Episode 257

Supply Chain Attacks

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November 2nd, 2021

56 mins 21 secs

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Researchers at the University of Cambridge discovered a bug that affects most computer code compilers. Fedora 35 is out, Matrix is now offering a bridging service for $5/mo. We tackle your questions, plus our picks!

-- During The Show --

01:00 Steve's House

  • Steve's Home Automation Disaster
  • Zigbee

07:42 Questions about the Industry - Jackson

  • Direction of the IT industry
  • Cloud/User Devices
  • Managed Hosted Services
  • Start at the "Edge" move to the "Center"

15:44 Open Source Security Keys? - Matthew

1832 TwoBit Asks: SDR to find wireless mic interferance

19:55 How to Learn Servers & Networking? - Cody

26:55 Planning Center / MDM solutions for IPads? - Brett

30:30 Risc V & CPU Fragmentation - Chris

  • Competition is good

34:38 Matrix Web Chat - Chris

  • Yes Matrix will work!

37:20 Ticketing System - Matt

40:15 Pick of the Week

41:55 Gadget of the Week

44:00 Element One

  • A new service from matrix folks to bridge whatsapp, signal, telegram, and more
  • Element Blog post
  • Element One is not a dedicated home server

50:26 Fedora 35

  • Fedora Cloud now uses BTRFS
  • Wireplumber for Pipewire (Audio and Video)
  • Fedora Kinoite
  • And much more!
  • Fedora Magazine Article

52:48 Supply Chain Attacks

07:42 Questions about the Industry - Jackson

  • Direction of the IT industry
  • Cloud/User Devices
  • Managed Hosted Services
  • Start at the "Edge" move to the "Center"

15:44 Open Source Security Keys? - Matthew

1832 TwoBit Asks: SDR to find wireless mic interferance

19:55 How to Learn Servers & Networking? - Cody

26:55 Planning Center / MDM solutions for IPads? - Brett

30:30 Risc V & CPU Fragmentation - Chris

  • Competition is good

34:38 Matrix Web Chat - Chris

  • Yes Matrix will work!

37:20 Ticketing System - Matt

40:15 Pick of the Week

41:55 Gadget of the Week

44:00 Element One

  • A new service from matrix folks to bridge whatsapp, signal, telegram, and more
  • Element Blog post
  • Element One is not a dedicated home server

50:26 Fedora 35

  • Fedora Cloud now uses BTRFS
  • Wireplumber for Pipewire (Audio and Video)
  • Fedora Kinoite
  • And much more!
  • Fedora Magazine Article

52:48 Supply Chain Attacks

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Interview with Gregory Kurtzur of Rocky Linux on OSV Podcast

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