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  1. Linux Magazine #209 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #209 - Print Issue

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    Issue #209: Is Firefox Back? We compare Mozilla's reborn browser with recent versions of Chrome

    This month we compare Mozilla's reborn browser with recent versions of Chrome. The release of Firefox 57 last November offered new hope that Mozilla's free browser was back at last and ready to compete with Chrome.

    This month we take up the challenge with a head-on performance comparison of Firefox 57 with Chrome, Vivaldi, and Opera. We also offer some tips on how to clean up the user data stored with your browser and how to configure custom privacy settings.

    Other highlights:
    * Kernel Protection – Athe Kernel Self-Protection initiative promotes safer coding practices for the Linux kernel community.
    * YouTube Metadata – write a script that changes your YouTube metadata automatically, allowing you to roll back to previous profile settings.
    * MakerSpace – this month's MakerSpace will show you how to control a maker project remotely with the Tkinter Python library.
    * And don't forget to check out LinuxVoice for LFTP, the Compendium mind mapper, and more great FOSSPicks from Graham.

    On the DVD: Ubuntu 17.10 "Budgie" and TrueOS Desktop 17.12

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  2. Linux Magazine #208 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #208 - Print Issue

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    Issue #208: Terminal Tuning: Tips and tools for a better Bash shell

    This month we present some interesting utilities for enhancing your command-line experience.

    Other highlights include:
    * YunoHost – A cool Linux alternative that easily installs an array of important server applications.
    * Lightpack – Check out this weird technology that lights up the wall behind your TV.
    * Over at Linux Voice, you'll learn about the new apt package tool and how it differs from apt-get. We'll also show you how to calibrate your monitor with DisplayCAL.

    On the DVD: Fedora 27 (64 bit) and NetBSD 7.1.1

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  3. Linux Magazine #207 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #207 - Print Issue

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    SOLD OUT: Issue #207: Inside a Compiler

    This month we take a look inside one of the most deeply complex and unfathomable tools in the programmer's toolkit: the compiler. We also compare the GCC, Clang, and MSVC compilers, with the emphasis on support for C++ standards.

    Other highlights:
    * Ubuntu 17.10 – Ubuntu gives up the Unity desktop and returns to Gnome. How's that working out?
    * Neural Network – This month's Programming Snapshot puts Python to work on a classic brain teaser.
    * Check out LinuxVoice for alternative directory navigation commands and system rescue with SystemRescueCD.

    On the DVD: Linux Mint 18.3 Cinnamon (64-bit) and Ubuntu Mate 17.10 (32-bit)

    This print issue is sold out. To purchase the digital issue, please click here.

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  4. Linux Magazine #206 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #206 - Print Issue

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    SOLD OUT: Issue #206: Safer Boot

    This month we look at the Linux boot process and explore some tools and tricks for better and safer startup, including the Shim first-stage bootloader and the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) chip.

    This month enjoy a safer Linux boot process: tools and tricks, including the Shim first-stage bootloader and the Trusted Platform Module (TPM) chip.

    Other highlights:
    * DDoS Defense – Some providers offer special services aimed at thwarting denial-of-service attacks.
    * MakerSpace – Check out our articles on FM radio and Volumio audio playback on the Raspberry Pi.
    * LinuxVoice looks at audio and video with Audacity and the FFmpeg command-line video editor, and Graham puts the focus on small stuff with minimal browsers and minimal text editors in this month's FOSSPicks.

    The print edition is sold out. To purchase the digital issue, please click here.

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  5. Linux Magazine #205 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #205 - Print Issue

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    Issue #205: Bitkey

    The mysterious world of cryptocurrency is quickly becoming part of everyday life. If you've been around computers and the Internet for the past five years, chances are you're either using Bitcoin or you're curious about it. This month we look at BitKey, a Debian-based Linux designed to serve in a hyper-secure Bitcoin cold storage environment.

    Also inside:
    * Hardware Analysis Tools – we study some leading Linux tools for diagnosing hardware problems.
    * HDF5 – this hierarchical filesystem supports several programming languages and is ideal for Big Data and machine learning environments.

    This issue also unveils our new MakerSpace section, with articles on a Raspberry Pi access point and a tool for building an HPC cluster with tiny Pi Zero computers.

    On the DVD: Lubuntu 17.04 and Knoppix 8.1

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  6. Linux Magazine #204 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #204 - Print Issue

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    Issue #204: VMware vs. VirtualBox

    This month we compare VirtualBox with the free version of VMware Workstation Player and explore the possibilities for modeling a network on a host computer with KVM and Qemu.

    Other highlights:

    * KolibriOS – a teeny tiny operating system that runs in memory and boots in 10 seconds or less.
    * Devuan 1.0 – Developers who didn’t like the switch to the systemd init forked Debian to found Devuan. We tour the first major release.
    * Check out LinuxVoice for a look at Minetest, the open source answer to the Minecraft phenomenon.

    On the DVD: Manjaro Gnome 17.0 (64-bit) and Kubuntu 17.04 (32-bit)

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  7. Linux Magazine #203 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #203 - Print Issue

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    Issue #203: IoT at Home – Control your possessions from a mobile device

    This month, we feature some cool open source tools for automating your home, including Home Assistant and the Adafruit IO API. We also explore a streaming solution based on the Raspberry Pi Zero and take a look at what's ahead for the upcoming Ubuntu 17.10 release

    Other highlights inside:
    * Whonix – a privacy Linux tailored for the TOR network.
    * Etckeeper – bring the power of a version control system to the config files of the /etc directory.
    * Plus check out the Linux Voice section for a report on tiny Linux distros and a look at some popular application profiling tools.

    On the DVD: openSUSE Leap 42.3 and Fedora 26 Workstation

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  8. Linux Magazine #202 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #202 - Print Issue

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    Issue #202: Power Management

    If you work from a laptop or other portable device, extending the time between charges is a great way to improve your productivity. The Linux environment includes several utilities that will help you configure and monitor the system's power consumption settings. This month we focus on tools for power management.

    Also Inside:

    * Amahi – This hearty home server system lets you turn your old computer into a file server, streaming server, or network backup target.
    * JavaScript Alternatives – If you like JavaScript but you're looking for a language with fewer issues, try CoffeeScript, Dart, Elm, or TrueScript.
    * Plus this month's Linux Voice includes articles on ELF executables, network scanning, Apache Spark, and more.

    On the DVD: Debian 9 "Stretch" (32-bit Live) and Tails 3 (64-bit live)

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  9. Linux Magazine #201 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #201 - Print Issue

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    Issue #201: Locked Down with the Network Security Toolkit

    This month we show you the Network Security Toolkit, a smart collection of powerful security tools bundled into a single interface.

    Other highlights:
    * I-Nex – a graphical tool for monitoring system information
    * Calamares – universal Linux installer.
    * Plus new features in our Linux Voice section including a look at interactive scripts, a brief history of Ubuntu, and a tutorial on the ImageMagick photo processing utility.

    On the DVD: Ubuntu 17.04 (32-bit Live) and Devuan 1.0 (64-bit live)

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  10. Linux Magazine #200 - Print Issue -- SOLD OUT

    Linux Magazine #200 - Print Issue -- SOLD OUT

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    Issue #200: The Story of the GPL

    This month we celebrate our 200th issue with a special look at the great GNU Public License.

    Other highlights:
    * Log Monitoring Tools – We look at LOGalyze, Logcheck, Logwatch, MultiTail, and Swatchdog.

    * Two-Factor Authentication – A single password isn't enough if you really want to keep your data safe.

    * Plus you'll find more great articles in our Linux Voice section including some LibreOffice tricks, and you'll learn to scrape the web with Common Crawl.

    On the DVD: The Complete Linux Voice Archive – ALL 32 Issues of Linux Voice on a searchable DVD!

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