- Listen to The Bad Apples GNU/Linux Oggcast.
- LHS has a presence on identi.ca at identi.ca/lhspodcast.
- LHS will be at the 2010 Dayton Hamvention, May 14-16, in booth 265 in the North Hall (NH0265). See hamvention.org for more information.
- Russ will also be at the SouthEast LinuxFest, June 11-13, 2010, at the Marriott at Renaissance Park hotel in Spartanburg, SC. He will be giving a talk on Linux and Ham Radio.
- We received donations from Peter, Walter and Maddie (daughter of Bill, KA9WKA). Thank you! Donations help defray the hosting expenses.
- Jim, W9GNG, sent Richard a noise gate! Thank you, Jim!
- LHS merchandise is now available at http://www.printfection.com/lhs. There are a variety of shirts, mugs and other items. Every item purchased will help the podcast. If you're interested in caps, wall clocks, or hoodies with the LHS logo, visit our store at http://www.cafepress.com/lhspodcast. A portion of each sale goes to the podcast. If you visit Dayton wearing or carrying an LHS item, you could win a prize!
- Resonant Frequency is still on hiatus as Richard is still in the process of moving the site to a new host. Watch the LHS web page for more information as it develops.
- Ubuntu 10.04 will be released on April 30. Russ has the second beta test version running and discusses the new theme and other changes. It boots much faster, but once running, it seems slower than the previous release, at least on his hardware.
- Pete, VE2XPL, in the chat room asks which version of Linux would run best on his 500MHz Pentium II machine. Richard recommends trying Crunchbang Linux Lite. Russ agrees, and suggests that just about any distribution might work with one of the light-weight window managers, such as FVWM or XFCE. Other possibilies are Damn Small Linux, or one of the netbook remix distributions.
- Danny, KJ4UHI, writes and leaves an audio message about Frostbite Systems and passing his Technicians license test. He asks where he might get recordings to study Morse code. Richard discusses various options. There are some Linux applications, like cwcp.
- Gary, KE2YK, also left an audio message. Visit his Random Oscillations blog, and his online store at http://www.ehamstore.com/.
- Mark, KC4GIA, wonders about Linux support for syncing his Zune audio player. Our hosts discuss this. One possible source of information is the Zuneboards site.
- Contact Richard at firstname.lastname@example.org, Russ at email@example.com, or both at the same time at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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