LAN 209: Linux Action News 209¶
- Air Date: 2021-10-03
- Duration: 21 mins 46 secs
About this episode¶
Why Linus believes keeping Linux fun is critical, the massive investment Fedora is about to make in video, and why we suspect Clourflare's R2 service will make Amazon squirm.
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- Linus Torvalds on Community, Rust and Linux’s Longevity — The ceremony opened by acknowledging a special moment in time with a birthday cake ceremoniously delivered to Torvalds to mark Linux’s 30th anniversary, drawing a round of applause from the audience.
- Fedora To Focus On Driving New Linux Video Improvements Around PipeWire — The ceremony opened by acknowledging a special moment in time with a birthday cake ceremoniously delivered to Torvalds to mark Linux’s 30th anniversary, drawing a round of applause from the audience.
- docker - compose-switch
- Raspberry Pi 4 model Bs arriving with newer ‘C0’ stepping — The local Micro Center only had the 8 GB model in stock, so I went a little over budget and bought it. When I arrived home, I checked the board, and noticed a bit of a difference on the Broadcom SoC
- What’s In A Raspberry Pi Processor Update?
- Linode on Twitter — We’re rolling out ultra-fast, better-performing, and more reliable NVMe block storage across all 11 of our global data centers
- Ubuntu Community on Twitter — An experimental open-source/libre snap server and wrapper by @RudraSaraswat1 is ready with the name 'lol'. You can daily-drive it on most distributions which support snaps.
- Announcing Project Kebe
- Announcing Cloudflare R2 Storage: Object Storage, minus the egress fees — Cloudflare R2 Storage includes full S3 API compatibility, working with existing tools and applications as built.
- Sad Server Stories | LINUX Unplugged 425 — Sometimes things go wrong; this week, we admit we've got a problem.
amazon s3, camera capture, christian schaller, cloudflare, compute module 4, dirk hohndel, docker compose 2.0, docker plugin, docker-compose, fedora, freax, gstreamer, jeff geerling, kebe, libcamera, linus torvalds, linux action news, linux community, linux news podcast, mathew prince, object storage, obs, open source summit, pi 4 cpu upgrade, pipewire, pipewire plugin, r2, red hat, s3, self-hosted snap store, v4l2, wim taymans