64bit/aarch64 and building stuff
Season 1, Ep. 18
Phil talks about his 64-bit aarch64 project and tries (in vain) to convince Stuart to buy a Raspberry Pi4.
The SARPi build system
Season 1, Ep. 17
Phil's discusses what he's been doing on the SARPi build system and his adventures with the 'dialog' tool.
Season 1, Ep. 16
Phil and Stuart chat about building stuff, hacking, workarounds and things of that germane.
Trust and Security practices in the Open Source ecosystem
Season 1, Ep. 15
We're talking about security practices and trust within the Open Source ecosystem. Why do you trust software published by people you don't know?
Vulkan 3D, and package integration with Slackware ARM
Season 1, Ep. 14
We talk about Vulkan 3D, and packaging it, whilst managing the interlinks between the Slackware ARM default settings that it needs to modify.
Hackathon - fixing QEMU with Brent Earl
Season 1, Ep. 13
Brent Earl stepped up to maintain the QEMU support within Slackware ARM, and with the latest release of QEMU we needed to fix it up.This is a recording of our mini virtual hackathon.
012 - Slackware ARM Docker container project, continued
Season 1, Ep. 12
Stuart talks about the recent hardware failures and how he recovered it. We continue on Phil's Slackware ARM on docker project, and discuss the use cases for it and how to distribute it.
011 - Slackware ARM in Docker
Season 1, Ep. 11
We discuss Phil's latest project: producing a 'docker' container for Slackware ARM. Stuart explains the best practices for naming distributable packages in x86/64 and ARM, in relation to the Architecture, ABIs and APIs
010: Part 2 of 2 - In conversation with Angel Montanez
Season 1, Ep. 10
In part 2 of this conversation with Angel Montanez , we talk about how rapidly the Linux industry is changing, and how we must continually sharpen our saw to keep up with it, and the maintenance and upheaval that occurs with Enterprise-grade distributions.Angel talks about how he was introduced to Slackware ARM by Slackware developer Robby Workman, through the SheevaPlug, and on to the Raspberry Pi through Phil's SARPi project, and how he uses that for CCTV at his front door!We talk about using the cross compiler with "icecream" to speed up compilation.