Podcast

  • Episode 49: The Untold Secrets of Ubuntu 24.04

    First up, we explore the release of Ubuntu 24.04 and its implications for the Linux community. From new features to improved performance, discover what this latest version has in store for users.

  • Episode 48: New PC build and Proxmox Cloud Init

    🚀 Tech, Gaming, Linux—Oh My! 🎮🐧 Crowbar Kernel Panic - Ep. 48 Welcome back to Crowbar Kernel Panic, your go-to hub for all things tech, gaming, and Linux! In this pre-recorded episode, we're diving deep into the digital realm to bring you the latest insights and updates. Tune in as we unpack the week's hottest news, discuss home lab adventures, and explore the world of gaming.

  • Episode 47: Keyboards, Cooling Woes, and VR

    Welcome back to Crowbar Kernel Panic, where we delve deep into the tech trenches and emerge with the latest insights! 🚀 In this episode, join us as we navigate the thrilling world of keyboards, liquid cooling woes, and the fascinating frontier of virtual reality. Tune in for an exploration of the practicalities and potentials of VR for both gaming and remote work, alongside a dive into the intricacies of Apple's Vision Pro.

  • Episode 46: Unveiling the Steam Deck OLED

    #LinuxGaming #SteamDeck #GamingTech #LinuxPodcast Welcome to another riveting episode of Crowbar Kernel Panic, the premier podcast at the crossroads of Linux and gaming. In Episode 46, we're delving into the exciting world of the Steam Deck OLED. This episode is pre-recorded and will be available on YouTube, iTunes, and your favorite podcast apps. Don't forget to like, subscribe, and comment to support the show! Your engagement means the world to us.

  • Episode 45: Automation Dreams and Tech News

    Welcome to Crowbar Kernel Panic, the Podcast at the intersection of Linux and Gaming! In this pre-recorded episode, we're diving into the latest tech news and discussing what we'd automate if we could. Whether you're listening on YouTube, iTunes, or your favorite podcast app, don't forget to like, subscribe, and comment to show your support.

  • Episode 44: Unity’s Pricing & What It Means for Game Developers

    In this episode, we discuss Unity's recent pricing and packaging updates, including the removal of the revenue limit for Unity Personal users, the introduction of runtime fees, and Unity Pro's new pricing structure. We explore the industry's shift toward shareholder focus and the importance of keeping game development tools like Unity as flexible learning and development aids, rather than becoming overly committed to any one engine.

  • Episode 43: Is Linux good for gaming in 2023?

    Welcome to another exciting episode of Crowbar Kernel Panic, the ultimate podcast at the crossroads of Linux and gaming! In this Episode 43, we're diving deep into the world of Linux and gaming, bringing you the latest news, tech updates, and gaming insights. Join us on this journey as we explore the dynamic landscape of the Linux gaming community. Remember, this episode is pre-recorded and will be available on YouTube, iTunes, and your favorite podcast apps. Don't forget to like, subscribe, and comment to support the show. Your feedback means the world to us! Have questions or suggestions? Reach out to us at CrowbarKernelPanic@pm.me or join our vibrant community on Discord at Discord Invite Link.

  • Episode 42: LTT Drama and more

    🔥 Join us as we dissect the gripping tale of Linuxs Media Group's controversy, ignited by a video from Gamer's Nexus. But wait, that's just the beginning!

  • Episode 41: Trackball vs. Mouse Showdown

    Get ready for another exhilarating episode of Crowbar Kernel Panic, where we dive deep into the Linux world and the ever-evolving landscape of PC gaming on Linux. In this lively installment, your hosts engage in a spirited debate about trackball vs. regular mouse usage, scrutinize the latest developments in the Linux Mint project, and provide insightful reviews of some new and exciting PC game titles.

  • Episode 40: Red Hat Closed Source Code

    This episode we review the latest news on Red Hat source code, System 76 data breach, and a community lead project to AI voice Morrowind. We also discuss plans for a home lab/NAS build and review some interesting demos from the Steam Next Fest.