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Episode 178: Ubuntu 20.04 LTS


The latest release of Ubuntu is out and it takes polish to a whole new level! ZFS support, security enhancements, snap packages and so much more!

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Links:

  • Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes — Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management for Kubernetes
  • EncryptPad - Text Editor and OpenPGP File Encryption Utility
  • GitHub - evpo/EncryptPad: Minimalist secure text editor and binary encryptor that implements RFC 4880 Open PGP format: symmetrically encrypted, compressed and integrity protected. The editor can protect files with passwords, key files or both.
  • OpenShift 4.4 continues the evolution of the Kubernetes platform
  • Coming soon: Fedora on Lenovo laptops! - Fedora Magazine
  • ProtonMail Bridge is available on Linux - ProtonMail Blog


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