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– Disaster Recovery Advice (eg: medical issues while keeping tech accessible)
GL.iNet GL-MT300N-V2 Mini Travel Router
Mpow CH6 Kids Headphones
– Clarification on Noah’s stance on Microsoft bringing various software to Linux
– Feedback on Ubuntu might not be the safe fallback distro anymore

Topics covered in this episode:
New Firefox 72 Released
Linus Say No To ZFS In Kernel
New Dell Linux Laptop
Nvidia Wakes Up

Software Spotlight:
Virtual Machine Manager

Tips & Tricks:
Intel PRO/1000 Pt Dual Port Server Adapter


  1. I’ve been using VirtualBox. I’d be interested in hearing more details of your conversion to libvirt and virt-manager. Did you run both virtualization products on the same PC during your conversion? Can a virtual machine be converted from VirtualBox to virt-manager?

  2. this is due to the video embeds of the YouTube videos. I set it to use the nocookie domain but something else is a miss. I will have to look into this.

  3. What problems did Noah have with Jellyfin? I have mine setup via Docker, but it’s not on all the time and it’s only available locally. I was surprised he had so many issues he gave up!

  4. I don’t really have a need for it but I tried Mattermost just to play around with it and it seems like a reasonable, open source alternative to Slack.

  5. agreed, Mattermost is the closest to an alternative to Slack at this point. There are many others but Mattermost is the closest.

    I haven’t tried Taiga yet though.

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