At the start of the show, Fab tells us why this episode will probably be released a bit late (as it indeed is) — but to make up for this, he announces our brand new line of Linux Outlaws merchandise.
Peter Cannon sends us another hilarious email and tells us about his experiences with gOS and Linux Mint. Next, Cam DeCoster congratulates us on the podcast and prompts us about Zune support in Linux. We don’t really know about that and rathole a bit about the Zune and other media players in general instead and we also talk about squircles and tigons. Cam also tells us about ReactOS, which we haven’t seen either but are determined to have a look at. In another email, Jason gives us an alternative to yum for rpm-based package management: the Smart Package Manager, which sounds like it’s really useful.
Releases & News
Before we get into the releases proper, Fab mentions the Endian firewall, which he recently discovered at work and says that he likes the web-based admin interface a lot. We then cover the following new software releases: