Linux Outlaws 188 - Minix Lint
This week on Linux Outlaws: Eric Schmidt replaced as Google CEO, OSI and FSF join forces to protect software freedom, Florian Mueller spreads anti-Android FUD, a review of Linux Mint 10 Debian Edition and much more…
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- Sorry for the bad audio quality in the last show, it was Fab’s fault
- Update on our new Minecraft server
- Minecraft is developing apace
- I shit you not: Duke Nukem Forever now has a release date
- Canada, Money For Nothing… whaaaaa?
- Info on the new Rathole Radio gig
- Bruce Schneier says: No privacy rights for corporations!
- Shared Git repository tutorial from Bradley Kuhn
0:17:38 Releases, Security & News
- Saline OS 1.0
- Pardus Linux 2011
- Development Release: Scientific Linux 6 Beta 1
- Oracle Enterprise Linux 5 Update 6
- Amarok 2.4
- Development Release: Blender 2.56a
- EPEL 6
- Eric Schmidt replaced as Google CEO
- HTML will get rid of the version number
- OSI and FSF join forces to protect software freedom
- UK government to subsidise linux computers
- Florian Mueller spreads anti-Android FUD
- Billy Burnette
- Does Fedora have an identity crisis?
- The OpenSuse Board evicts a community member
Fab reviews the Debian Edition of Linux Mint 10 and compares it with the regular Linux Mint 10 and the latest Ubuntu. We also discuss if Mint is still the best distribution for new Linux users.
- Donations: Thanks to Drew Fitzsimmons, Neil Viglieno, James McBride and Pål Levold!
- Chedi Toueiti writes from Tunisia and gives us some really valuable feedback on our recent discussion of the political situation there
- Neil Viglieno - asks when will we do another show documenting how we produce the show
- Christopher tells us he really enjoyed our latest distro review special and sends us a link to a writeup he did of flashing CyanogenMod 6 onto a locked-down Motorola Milestone
- Jonathan Nadeau, our accessibility correspondant, sent us some interesting emails about the state of accessibility and the Unity interface
- Juan Lara switched to Linux Mint after hearing Dan’s review and gives us some feedback on that
- Other emails this week from Nuno Justo, Alistair Munro aka. B1ackCr0w, Tarnus, koeart, Derrick and Marcus
The theme music for this podcast is a song called “Sudo Modprobe”, it was written by Fab and produced and performed by Dan and Fab. The artwork for the album cover and the site including the Outlaw Tux was created by Fab. All material in this podcast is released under the Creative Commons BY-SA 3.0 license, except the music at the end of the show which is always licensed under the Creative Commons license specified by the artist under the provided link.