COSMIC! Check out these playful, colorful, and imaginative Pop OS movie posters, generated by artificial intelligence.
With System76 reducing its reliance on Ubuntu and slowly building its own Rust-based desktop environment, Pop OS 22.04 feels like an important release. Want to help test i
System76 continues its steady march towards an in-house, RUST-based desktop with the 1.0 release of system76-scheduler for Pop OS. But what the heck does it do?
With Pop OS 21.10, System76 continues its “leading edge” approach. Here’s a detailed look at how new Linux kernels are tested and approved.
Is Linux distro Pop OS inching closer and closer to a rolling release model? A recent change to version 21.10 might be a clue.
All good things must come to an end, but sometimes they’re reborn into something better! Jason says goodbye (sort of), then has a lengthy conversation with System76 Happiness Architect Aaron Honeycutt. And we wrap it up with some hopes and concerns about Valve’s Steam Deck.
It’s the second hour of my chat with System76 Engineer Jeremy Soller, and we covering everything from VR gaming to firmware. Plus, a new Discovery of the Week, a server bug, and “Pull Request #835.”
Welcome back! Let’s kick off the return of Linux For Everyone with an amazing announcement and a massive, info-packed, 2-part interview with Jeremy Soller of System76.
A very special episode from Denver, Colorado at System76 Headquarters!