November 7th, 2023 | 1 hr 29 mins
automation, automation dreams, car trips, ces, cleaning, dog, gaming, gutter cleaning, john riccitiello, lawn care, linux, nvidia gpu, organizing, podcast editing, robotic solutions, shopping, spa chemicals, steamdeck mod, tech news, trash cans, unity ceo, watering plants, wireless charging
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.
October 9th, 2023 | 1 hr 13 mins
crowbar kernel panic, episode 44, game developers, game development, game development insights, game development tools, game development trends, game industry, game industry analysis., gaming, gaming news, ironsource, linux, linux community, linux gaming, open letter, pc gaming, podcast, podcast discussion, pricing changes, pricing updates, shareholder focus, unity engine, unity personal, unity pricing, unity pro
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.
September 17th, 2023 | 1 hr 20 mins
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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!
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August 19th, 2023 | 1 hr 11 mins
gaming news, linus media group drama, linus tech tips drama, linux gaming, pc gaming, pc hardware, protondb, proxmox server, proxmox setup, steam deck, technology, valve
🔥 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!
August 14th, 2023 | 1 hr 14 mins
apple hardware testing, asahi linux, baldur's gate 3 game, early adoption challenges, fedora m1 and m2 hardware support, gamingonlinux steam tracker, home lab build progress, linux mint 21.3, linux mint edge, motivation challenges, nobara steam deck edition, palia game, pc game releases, phoronix steam survey, secure boot, starfield game, steam linux usage, ubuntu base discussion, wayland
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.
June 25th, 2023 | 1 hr 12 mins
data breach, home lab setup, red hat, system76, to the moon game, voices of vvardenfall
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.
May 24th, 2023 | 1 hr 15 mins
ai game dev, fedora linux, intel arc a770, linux, linux gaming, pc gaming, pc hardware, roblox, rpg maker, tesla lawsuit, valve steamdeck
Does Redhat still believe in the Fedora project, we question the 4% let go from the company in cutbacks // Somebody tell Elon he'd be a real internet cool guy if he opensourced Tesla software updates // RPG Maker Unity asset finally luanches with suspicious comments // Valve is still crushing with good will from the Linux gaming community // 'About that linux support..' - Roblox // The AI game concept gets a new skeleton village // Don't worry, my monitor is still flickering on and off on Linux
April 23rd, 2023 | 1 hr 5 mins
ai game engines, ai in game development, ai-powered gaming, arc a770, fedora 38, game ai programming, game development with ai, gaming on arc a770, gaming on fedora 38, gaming on linux, gaming on linux for beginners, gaming on linux vs windows, linux gaming, linux gaming benchmarks, linux gaming community, linux gaming news, linux gaming performance, linux gaming setup, machine learning in gaming, neural networks in game development, open source gaming
This episode was short prepped and spontaneous. It's been a little while since our last show and we've both had several life events holding us up from doing show prep. We didn't want to keep prolonging the recording of this episode so we decided to give it a shot recording with no prep.
March 12th, 2023 | 54 mins 38 secs
arc a770 gpu, flathub app store, gaming hardware for linux, gaming on linux, graphics card compatibility, linux gaming, linux gaming benchmarks, linux gaming news, linux gaming performance, linux gaming reviews, linux gaming setup, open-source gaming
In this episode Josh and I both test out our new ARC A770 GPU, While it's not easily compatible with Linux just yet, this card has some exciting potential because of it's performance and cost.
We dive into what Wayland support for Wine means for Linux gamers, Flathub to support purchases and donations, Fungus computing power, and much more.
February 9th, 2023 | 1 hr 5 mins
arc a770, arc drivers, debian, debian 11, gaming on debian, gaming on linux, geforce rtx 4070, linux gaming podcast, linux nvidia, linux podcast, mozilla, nvidia vulkan, proton, ryzen 5800x3d, ryzen 7600x, stadia, steam, steam deck, valve
linuxgaming #Debian #pcgaming
This week we review some news items we missed in the last few weeks as well as come to our conclusion on the Debian challenge.
January 18th, 2023 | 55 mins 2 secs
debian, debian 11, gaming on debian, gaming on linux, linux nvidia, mozilla, nvidia vulkan, proton, stadia, steam, steam deck, the mutalk, unity 7.7, unityx, valve
This episode we discuss the Mutalk, the new Proton, remembering Unity, Open Source Nvidia Vulkan driver, and would you believe Mozilla is changin the face of social media? We end the episode with our discussion of the first week of Debian, more to come.
January 9th, 2023 | 1 hr 3 mins
2022 year end review, debian challenge, linux in 2023, linux news, x11 vs wayland
We're talking Linux gaming in 2022, HDR could be coming to Steam Deck, X11 is flatlined, and we're coming up with a challenge for 2023.
December 11th, 2022 | 1 hr 18 mins
death stranding 2, elden ring, linux, linux gaming, steam, steam deck, stray, the game awards, valve
The Game Awards went down with a few hitches; A guy sneaks on stage and shouts out Rabbi Clinton, Chat spams nonsense in an attempt to win a Steam Deck, and Elden Ring dodge rolled it's way to victory.
December 7th, 2022 | 1 hr 16 mins
am5, anbernic, gpu scalpers, linux, neon prime, nvidia 4080, pc gaming, pc hardware, retro gamin, rpg maker, steam deck
This episode we discuss.. / a new AM5 PC build with custom liquid cooling / how happy we are that Scalpers are left holding the bag on Nvidia 4080s / RPG Maker MV / Unity Game dev / Anbernic Retro Gaming / Neon Prime / Steam Deck giveaway
November 22nd, 2022 | 1 hr 16 mins
fedora 37, intel arc, nvidia, tempest rising, undetected
We review this weeks news stories on the HOT topic of Nvidia cards, CAMM, and Intel ARC cards main lining kernel 6.2. After the news we cover Fedora 37 how well it's treating our workflow.
November 15th, 2022 | 1 hr 7 mins
amd radeon, duckstation, game emulation, intel arc a770, linux gaming, nvidia vs radeon, radeon 7000, rtx 4090, unity gamin engine
Our first live episode in a little while, we're going to talk about Josh's retro gaming setup and how Bo plans to max out his credit card on Black Friday.