LINUX Unplugged

An open show powered by community LINUX Unplugged takes the best attributes of open collaboration and turns it into a weekly show about Linux.


477: The Feeling of Fast

We finally give Brent his new laptop and get his reaction. Plus our best pick for replacing stock Android with something private.

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  • GrapheneOS — The private and secure mobile OS.
  • Nokia 2760 Flip feature mobile phone
  • KaiOS Devices
  • Jupiter Broadcasting Meetups
  • West Coast Crew Matrix Room
  • LUP 462: One Cosmic Collaboration — From skeptic to buyer, why the HP Dev One is the best Linux laptop yet.
  • HP Dev One — From preinstalled Linux Pop!_OS to a tuned Linux keyboard with a Super key, HP Dev One is designed with powerful features and tools to help you code your way.
  • Pop!_OS Tutorials
  • Phoronix Test Suite for Docker
  • Workstation Test Suite -
  • Timed Linux Kernel Compilation Benchmark -
  • Unigine Superposition Benchmark -
  • Superposition benchmark - UNIGINE
  • Phoronix Test Suite — Linux Testing & Benchmarking Platform, Automated Testing, Open-Source Benchmarking.
  • Geekbench5
  • Brent’s Hugo Build Times · Issue #349
  • Linux Kernel Build Benchmark Comparison - X250 vs. Dev One
  • Workstation Benchmark Comparison - X250 vs. Dev One
  • Geekbench CPU - LENOVO X250 vs HP Dev One
  • Geekbench Vulkan Score - LENOVO X250 vs HP Dev One
  • Unigine Superposition Benchmark - LENOVO X250 vs HP Dev One
  • Pointiest Stick — Adventures in Linux and KDE
  • dwm — dwm is a dynamic window manager for X. It manages windows in tiled, monocle and floating layouts.
  • Pick: systeroid — A more powerful alternative to sysctl(8) with a terminal user interface.


 2022-09-25  1h25m