This week we’ve been to FOSS Talk Live and created games in Bash. We have a little LXD love in and discuss 32-bit Intel being dropped from Ubuntu 19.10. OggCamp tickets are on sale and we round up some tech news.

It’s Season 12 Episode 11 of the Ubuntu Podcast! Alan Pope, Mark Johnson and Martin Wimpress are connected and speaking to your brain.

In this week’s show:

  • We discuss what we’ve been up to recently:

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5 Comments » for S12E11 – 1942
  1. Kenneth LNOR says:

    Hello. Was listening to the podcast Monday morning about grumpy 32 bit Linux users and their old hardware. A few hours later I got an email from The Pi Hut in the UK, ” The New Raspberry Pi 4 is here”. Who needs a 32 bit old machine when you can spend 50 squids on a brand new Pi 4?
    Martin, how much work do you need to do to get the MATE working on RPi4? Can’t wait.
    Greetings from Norway.

  2. I’ve got a Pi 4 and will start investigating what is required to Ubuntu MATE up and running over the coming weeks.

  3. Kenneth LNOR says:

    Thanks Martin.
    I just donated 40GBP. I appreciate the hard work you and your team does. I’ve been using Ubuntu MATE since 2017 and I know next to nothing about Linux and maybe understand 10% of the content presented on Ubuntu Podcast, Late Night Linux, LAN, LUP etc.

  4. Kenneth LNOR says:

    Since 2015, not 2017. So sad, 4 years and I still know nothing 🙁

  5. Very kind, thank you!