Firefox 100, WINE Bottles, Tails 5.0, Unity Desktop, Ubuntu and more Linux news!

On this episode of This Week in Linux: Mozilla Firefox 100, Bottles 2022.5.2, Tails 5.0, Deb-Get for 3rd-Party Software, Unity 7.6 For Testing, Trinity Desktop R14.0.12, Open Media Vault 6, GCC 12.1, Ubuntu Christian Edition 22.04 and an Unofficial SteamOS 3. All that and much more on Your Weekly Source for Linux GNews!

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This Week in Linux is a TuxDigital podcast:



00:00 = Welcome to TWIL 197
00:35 = The TuxDigital Network!
01:22 = Mozilla Firefox 100 Released
05:29 = Bottles 2022.5.2 Released
07:33 = Tails 5.0 Released
09:03 = DigitalOcean Cloud Platform ( )
10:27 = Deb-Get for 3rd-Party Software
12:12 = Unity 7.6 Released For Testing
17:35 = Trinity Desktop R14.0.12 Released
19:06 = Bitwarden Password Manager ( )
20:35 = Open Media Vault 6 Released
21:53 = GCC 12.1 Released
23:22 = Ubuntu Christian Edition 22.04 Released
25:49 = Unofficial SteamOS 3.0 from HoloISO
27:15 = Outro


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5 Reasons Why I Use KDE Plasma:
7 Reasons Why Firefox Is My Favorite Web Browser:
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22 thoughts on “Firefox 100, WINE Bottles, Tails 5.0, Unity Desktop, Ubuntu and more Linux news!”

  1. 4:40, Frankly if the site is reliant on a specific number of digits in the user agent string then they are AUTOMATICALLY untrustworthy and should be avoided like the plague (or more recently covid but avoided like covid just doesn't have the same ring to it)

  2. 9:00 I'd keep it amnesiac by default with a quick and easy to activate toggle.
    Additionally, I'd make an installer which allows "make your own amisiac tails spin". Basically the same idea as Qubes template VMs.

  3. “Is God willing to prevent evil, but not able? Then he is not omnipotent.
    Is he able, but not willing? Then he is malevolent.
    Is he both able and willing? Then whence cometh evil?
    Is he neither able nor willing? Then why call him God?” ― Epicurus

    I sure hope all of the Linux the forums, bug trackers… don't let christians get away with proselytizing, because many of them do it every chance they get, at least here in the US, "good christian morals" are nowhere near as good as just plain good morals. They can get real nasty, judgemental and persecutory, and pretty darned quick too. Then when they are told to just tone it down, they hissy fit rant about being persecuted themselves , and being the most oppressed of any peoples ever to try to justify and get away with it. You have to realize that many of them take it to literally "Because the bible tells me so". If you don't know just read it, but don't let your kids get their hands on it as it can be very traumatic. If you are a christian and disagree, then maybe you should read it yourself for a change, instead of the cherry picked verses your indoctrinators feed you using extreme mental gymnastics to defend it as "The god book".

  4. This is some great content! The thumbnail made me think this was an audio only format but I’m glad I clicked

  5. Yes if you make a comprehensive video of the the history, what reasons canonical had to make unity, what it did good, what it did bad, the controversy of unity would be a great video to watch.

  6. I wonder if the builtin web filter for Ubuntu CE will filter out any information about other religions and any critic about Christina religion too? And if not, I wonder if they have the power to change it in the future? I wonder a lot.

  7. I rather like TDE , but i get the feeling that TDE just does not have the same level of support/development of say MATE , I get the feeling their development group (TDE) is smaller.

  8. 13:01 "Unity was beloved by some and hated by many". Hm, not sure if that was actually the case – at least if you're couting in normal human beings and business users that is. Unity was loved and used by many. That being said, I really enjoyed using Unity myself and I like the idea of the Unity community Remix, but I'm highly sceptical when it comes to security, which is why I'm waiting for it to become an official flavour first.

  9. Nice episode. Btw there are news about Fedora not supporting BIOS anymore, you talked about that in the episode 195 if i remember correctly, it seems they listen to the comunity and choosen to maintain the support 🙂

  10. Trinity looks like a big ol blast from the past… But from the screenshots I saw of it, it seems to be missing the big rectangle that the old KDE had for the desktop folder…

  11. Hi, any idea if bitwarden has a plan to implement auto fill for other UI not just inside the browser? Like in the login screen of steam?


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