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First Steps with OpenELEC on the Raspberry Pi 2
OpenELEC uses very little system resources for processor or memory. There's no need to use any special customization tips to get good performance with the RPi2. There's also no need to overclock the machine, reduce the resolution of videos, or use a different skin (although I really like the Amber skin).

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Mono provides the necessary software to develop and run .NET client and server applications. Mono includes compilers, an ECMA-compatible runtime engine (the Common Language Runtime, or CLR), and many libraries. Read more


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    Going Linux is for computer users who just want to use Linux to get things done. New to Linux, upgrading from Windows to Linux, or just thinking about moving to Linux? This website and audio program (podcast) will provide you with practical, day-to-day advice on how to use Linux and its applications. Read more hot
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    Hacker Public Radio (HPR) is an Internet Radio show (podcast) that releases shows every weekday Monday through Friday. Besides the frequency of the podcast, another distinguishing feature of HPR is that it is a community-produced podcast. There have been more than 1200 shows produced. Read more hot
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    The Ubuntu Podcast covers all the latest news and issues facing Ubuntu Linux users and Free Software lovers in general. The show aims to appeal to a Linux beginner as well as the oldest coder. Read more hot
  • Blender Guru Podcast
    A podcast devoted to Blender, the open source, cross platform suite of tools for 3D creation.
  • bsdtalk
    Talking about the BSD family of free operating systems.
  • Everyday Linux
    Everyday Linux is a weekly podcast which aims to make Linux comprehensible to computer enthusiasts. It aims to give breadth of knowledge, seeking to put life in the context of Linux. The podcast is unusual given that it is not really about Linux per se, but more about three guys who happen to use and enjoy Linux. Read more
  • Fedora UK Podcast
    Listen to us Brits ramble on. We?re not a professional team, but we can only get better.
  • Frostcast
    Frostcast is a podcast which interviews project leaders of free and open source software along with Linux operating systems. Read more
  • Full Circle Magazine
    Each episode of the podcast covers a roundup of what the presenters have been doing, Ubuntu news, a round up of the latest issue of the magazine, interviews, events, reviews and feedback from listeners. Read more
  • GAMERadio
    Games And More Entertainment Radio. Join C4, Kobar and guest(s) as they discuss everything that is important in entertainment - Video games, movies and occassionally comic books.
  • Gnome Podcast
    Gnome Podcast aims to keep users up to speed on what is happening in the GNOME community.
  • GNU World Order
    GNU World Order is an internet audio show about GNU, Linux, UNIX, and other technical and geeky topics. It was formerly known as "The Bad Apples", the title being dropped after its 5th season. The show initially started as a Macintosh support podcast, but quickly migrated away from the Apple-sphere. Read more
  • Kernel Panic Oggcast
    The Kernel Panic Oggcast is a friendly show recorded "live" on a fortnightly basis. The shows are unedited recordings so you need to be a little forgiving. Read more
  • LaGER
    LaGER is a GNU/Linux podcast about GNU/Linux Games and Entertainment. The focus of LaGER is to celebrate the entertainment side of GNU/Linux. LaGER will explore game technologies, review games, try to keep listeners up to date on some changes/releases of games and hopefully increase some interest in GNU/Linux gaming.
  • Linux Basement
    Linux Basement is an informational Podcast about Linux, open source software and lots of other wonderful technology. Read more
  • Linux For The Rest of Us
    Linux For the Rest of Us is a show about Linux items, news, software, hardware, and anything that tickles the fancy of the presenters. It offers a good balance for newcomers, intermediate and advanced Linux users. There should be something here whatever level you have reached. Read more
  • Linux in the Ham Shack
    Linux in the Ham Shack is billed as "a podcast, a state of mind and a phenomenon". Over the years, the scope of the show has widened. It consists of a bi-weekly audio podcast, and live streaming show, which aims to enlighten ham radio guys and gals to open source software, and also vice versa. Read more
  • Linux In the Shell
    Linux in the Shell is an exploration of Linux commands in the bash shell, a command-line interpreter that offers a traditional user interface for Linux and other Unix-like operating systems. Read more
  • Linux Install Podcast
    The Linux Install Podcast brings you weekly live installations of different distributions of Linux. It hopes to encourage potential Linux users to become actual Linux users by letting them peek (or rather listen) under the hood of a basic Linux install.
  • Linux Link Tech Show
    The Linux Link Tech Show was Started in September 2003 by the founders of the Lehigh Valley Linux User Group. Our goal is to provide a weekly *live* webcasted radio style show about GNU/Linux and Technology. Read more
  • Linux Outlaws
    Linux Outlaws is a Linux news and technology podcast produced by Sixgun Productions and hosted by Fabian Scherschel and Dan Lynch. Read more
  • Linux Radio
    Linux Radio is an online radio station broadcasting the Linux kernel! Each time someone visit the site, a random source file is selected and read loudly by a virtual speaker materialized through the open source speech synthesizer eSpeak.
  • Linux Reality
    Linux Reality was a podcast aimed at the new Linux user. Our intent is to start from the beginning, and to take it slowly. We will help Windows and Macintosh users learn about the history of Linux, the importance of the principles of free and open-source software, and the exciting Linux community.
  • Linux Unplugged
    Jupiter Broadcasting, the guys that bring you the Linux Action Show, now bring Linux enthusiasts a new Linux podcast.
  • LinuxBasix
    LinuxBasix's tagline is "As we learn so will you". It is a podcast that is not targeted specifically at newbies to Linux, nor the Basic programming language. The podcast takes things back to the beginning, with the presenters wanting the community to drive the direction of the show. Read more
  • Lotta Linux Links
    A Linux Podcast produced by Dave Yates covering a wide variety of topics.
  • LugRadio
    LugRadio is a British internet radio show, recorded every two weeks and published at in ogg and mp3 formats. LugRadio is a light hearted, humorous look at Linux and open source issues. Our intention has always been to reflect the camaradery and relaxed atmosphere of one of our LUG meetings. LugRadio's presenters are all members of Wolverhampton LUG.
  • mintCast
    mintCast is billed as "the podcast by the Linux Mint community for all users of Linux". In other words, the shows are not exclusively about the Linux Mint distro. The recording sessions are streamed most Mondays. Read more
  • Novell Open Audio
    Novell Open Audio features interviews with the people at Novell who are driving the technical direction of Novell, covering open source software, Linux, security and identity, and many other topics of interest.
  • Open Source Musician Podcast
    Open Source Musician Podcast is a guide to open source for musicians. It discusses the use of Linux and other open-source software in the creation of music. Read more
  • Security Monkey Podcast
    Follow an Information Security Investigator as he recounts his unique experiences working with federal, corporate, and military institutions and provides his perspective on the security issues impacting the IT industry today.
  • Source21
    Source21 is a Dutch Video cast about free and open source software in the Netherlands.
  • Sourcetrunk
    Sourcetrunk 'your junkload of open source' is a monthly podcast that brings the newest exciting software released under an open source license. The aim of the podcast is to seek to demystify the beautiful beast that is open source and show the listeners the more practical examples of open source and free software. Read more
  • Sunday Morning Linux Review
    Sunday Morning Linux Review is a Linux podcast hosted by Tony Bemus, Mat Enders and Mary Tomich. TGTMNews
    Talk Geek to Me News (TGTMNews) is billed as "a voice of the resistance", an alternative news podcast that explores what "the man" would not wish you to know, and topics that are not taken by mainstream news organisations. Read more
  • The Command Line Podcast
    The Command Line Podcast is a weekly podcast hosted by Thomas Gideon ('cmdln'), a professional programmer, self-described hacker, curmudgeon and hacktivist. Read more
  • The Techie Geek Podcast
    The Techie Geek is a live, bi-weekly, general technology podcast that has the aim of being "The Linux podcast for Windows users". Read more
  • the_source
    the_source is a video podcast produced entirely with open source software.
  • Tux Radar Podcast
    The podcast has Linux news, the hosts' discoveries of the week, a half way reminder, rants and raves dispersed through the show, challenge reports, and more discussion about general Linux topics.
  • TuxJam
    TuxJam is a family friendly show that combines Linux news with Creative Commons music. Generally, a new podcast release is broadcast each month. Read more

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