Ask Noah Show

The Ask Noah Show is a weekly radio call in show where we take your tech questions or business in tech questions live on the air. The show airs Tuesdays at 6pm CST on and at KEQQ 88.3 FM in Grand Forks ND. It's a free call 1-855-450-NOAH so join us and start on your way to owning your operating system, your software, and technology.

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Episode 72: Talking Over IP

Ever wanted your own phone system? Maybe you want an intercom system for you house? How about the ability to use use an internet connected ham radio? We're talking Audio over IP this hour! We show you how simple it is to get AOIP setup and all the things you never knew you could do with it. The first 3 minutes have some poor audio but we work the issues out live and bring you a quality product so please hang in there!


 2018-06-19  59m

Episode 71: CopperheadOS Takeover Explained

A hostile takeover has just happened to the Copperhead OS Project. Lead developer Daniel Micay has been fired by Copperhead CEO James Donaldson. Micay claims Donaldson is up to no good, and Donaldson says it's Micay who doesn't have the company's best interest in mind. Who's to blame? Was the government part of this? What has been publicly released? Will the CopperheadOS project survive? We break that down for you plus your calls in this week's episode.


 2018-06-12  59m

Episode 70: Small Business Theme Hour

Do you run a small business? Do you work for a small business? Join us this hour as we talk to Keith Perry from DAO Technologies. Keith has been running a small business for a long time and implementing open source where possible. We get Keith's insight as well as bring in Chris DeLuca to tell us when it's okay to tell a client "No!"


 2018-06-09  59m

Episode 69: When you're ready to scale, so is Linux.

This week on the Ask Noah Show we take you live to the SELF floor! We take a look at a broadcasting company that was founded and runs entirely on Linux. That company? Jupiter Broadcasting. We tell you what you can expect from Southeast Linux Fest and how you can participate from anywhere in the world.


 2018-06-08  59m

Episode 68: Microsoft Buys GitHub

This week on the show we give you the quick and dirty on Microsoft buying GitHub. We speak to Jason Plum from GitLab and he gives us a brief overview of the services GitLab offers and how they've worked to create a product that blows GitHub out of the water. Plus a brief overview on what you can expect from Southeast Linuxfest this year!


 2018-06-06  59m

Episode 67: A New Way to Rag Chew

We talk quite a bit about owning your communication and how you can do that with Ham Radio. What if you love your Linux and want to continue to use your computer to communicate? This week we dive into an all new way to use ham radio, all on Linux, all with open source software. We take a call from a a caller who wants to automate his door lock, a caller who wants to replace quicken and Noah dives into why it’s important to have a central home automation system.


 2018-05-29  59m

Episode 66: We Found Another Spectre Meltdown Flaw

This week on the show give you the latest on the new Intel flaw. We take an interesting question from a caller who asks Noah, can a router be virtualized? Plus we give you the run down on our Small Business Theme Hour coming up in early June.


 2018-05-22  59m

Episode 65: Can This Be Virtualized?

This week on the show we talk about everything from DMX lighting on Linux to USB-C. We take an interesting question from a listener who has a massive virtual desktop infrastructure project and he asks Noah if Linux can handle this project or if he should stick with Windows


 2018-05-15  59m

Episode 64: Should I Buy a Chromebook?

Last week we broke the news to you that rumor has it Google is making Linux apps for the desktop a reality on Chromebooks. This week Keith Myers joins us and tells us what the experience on a Google Pixelbook is like. He explains what it took to get native Linux apps on his Chromebook and give us an update from Google IO and what you can expect on your Chromebook. This is a loaded hour with a lot of calls and very good questions!


 2018-05-08  59m

Episode 63: The Next Chromebooks

Google has everyone wondering, is what they're doing going to finally lead to the year of the Linux Desktop? Are we okay with Google being in charge with Linux on the desktop? 18.04 is out and we talk about our initial impressions. Simon Quigley the release manager for Lubuntu joins us this hour to break some exclusive Lubuntu news! As always your calls go to the front of the line.


 2018-05-01  59m