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Here you can find digital issues of Linux Magazine and Linux Pro Magazine

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  1. Linux Magazine #216 - Digital Issue

    Linux Magazine #216 - Digital Issue

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    Issue #216: .NET Core – Running Microsoft's flagship framework on Linux

    Many in the Linux community don't put much trust in Microsoft, but a new guard in Redmond has been changing its ways. This month, we look at .NET Core, a piece of the .NET framework that Microsoft released under an open source license in 2014.

    Other highlights:
    * Haiku – a new beta release of this microkernel system leaves many wondering whether another open source OS has finally arrived.
    * Remote pair programming – a pair of free tools could help popularize an agile technique that allows remote coders to work together on the same code.
    * MakerSpace – Learn to how to build web-based controls for a Raspberry Pi sailboat.
    * LinuxVoice – We study the Eqonomize personal finance app and show you how to create a homegrown program that accesses sensor data on your smart phone.

    On the DVD:Knoppix 8.2 and Nitrux Linux 1.0.15

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  2. Linux Magazine #215 - Digital Issue

    Linux Magazine #215 - Digital Issue

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    Issue #215: Privacy – Stop snoopers and protect your identity

    This month we study some tricks for improving privacy on your Linux system. You'll learn how to turn off the webcam and mic when they are not in use, and we'll show you some extensions and advance configuration settings for dialing up your privacy in Firefox.

    Other highlights:
    * RSS Readers – With all the problems associated with getting news from social media, old-school RSS aggregators are making a comeback. We show you some leading contenders for organizing your news feeds.
    * Pi Zero Sailboat – The Node-RED dashboard tool lets you build a simple user interface for your IoT creations.
    * MakerSpace – Learn to how to build web-based controls for a Raspberry Pi sailboat.
    * LinuxVoice – Get an introduction to memory compression and a tutorial on getting useful information from LibreOffice metadata

    On the DVD: The Complete Linux Magazine Archive DVD – Every article from issue #1 through #214.

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  3. Linux Magazine #214 - Digital Issue

    Linux Magazine #214 - Digital Issue

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    Issue #214: Systemd – Getting more from the elusive new Linux init system

    The Systemd init system is here to stay. You probably know it is running on your system somewhere, but have you gotten inside and explored what you can do with it? This month we take a close look at Systemd.

    Other highlights:
    * Facial Recognition – Snapshot columnist Mike Schilli shows how to integrate a free facial recognition library with your Python scripts.
    * Bee Monitoring – Beekeepers keep watch over their hive with a Raspberry Pi.
    * Check out LinuxVoice for a look at how you can participate in science with the BOINC crowd-source analysis framework.

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  4. Linux Magazine #213 - Digital Issue

    Linux Magazine #213 - Digital Issue

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    Issue #213: Mapping Tools – Create and edit digital maps with QGIS and QMapShack

    This month's issue looks at Linux applications for viewing and customizing maps. You'll learn how to access and edit geospacial data with QGIS and QMapShack.

    Also inside:
    * Free Microblogging Software – You don't have sign away your privacy just to tell your friends about your life.
    * Caddy – A useful little web server with an easy path to HTTPS.
    * Turn to our MakerSpace section for nine cool Raspberry Pi projects, and visit LinuxVoice for music streaming and recipe collections.

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  5. Linux Magazine #212 - Digital Issue

    Linux Magazine #212 - Digital Issue

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    Issue #212: Internet of Things – Tools for home automation

    The Internet of Things revolution is tailor made for Linux. The ultimate hacker system is certainly well suited for automating the home.

    This month we report on some tools and techniques for Linux and the Internet of Things. You'll learn about ioBroker – a universal tool for managing different types of devices from a single interface. You'll also take a tour of the Eclipse IoT project, a collection of libraries and frameworks with the common goal of keeping the Internet of Things open and free.

    Other highlights this month include:
    * Linux on Old Hardware – no reason to recycle that old computer if you have access to a suitable Linux system
    * Raspberry Pi 3 B+ – faster networking, more CPU power, and enhanced wireless support bring new powers to the latest edition of the world's favorite tiny computer
    * LinuxVoice – a tutorial on the Recoll search engine and a look at some cool tools for digitizing audio CDs

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  6. Linux Magazine #211 - Digital Issue

    Linux Magazine #211 - Digital Issue

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    Issue #211: Mycroft – Can an open source personal assistant compete with Alexa?

    You can't get more sci fi than a little box that listens to your instructions and talks back. Most of the leading personal assistants come in very opaque little boxes, but the open source community is hard at work finding its own solutions. Mycroft is an open source assistant that comes on a hardware device, but you also can download the software and install it on a Linux system.

    Other highlights this month include:
    * Meltdown and Spectre – These catastrophic hardware bugs have created problems for computer users around world. Find out what Linux developers are doing to clean up the mess.
    * Knight's Tour – Practice your skills with a Python solution to this classic chess puzzle.
    * Check out MakerSpace for a look at how to control your Raspberry Pi from an Android.
    * Visit LinuxVoice for a tutorial on writing apps with the Qt Modeling Language (QML).

    On the DVD: Linux Mint 18.3 "Mate" 64-Bit and ArchLinux 64-Bit

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  7. Linux Magazine #210 - Digital Issue

    Linux Magazine #210 - Digital Issue

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    Issue #210: Free Boot! Libreboot and the liberation of firmware

    This month we tune into the Libreboot project – an effort to replace the proprietary firmware in laptop computers with an open source equivalent.

    Other highlights this month include:
    * Electron – Discover how to channel the cross-platform benefits of the web programming paradigm when writing desktop applications. * KNIME – a graphical tool that lets you perform complex data analysis with custom workflows.
    * MakerSpace – Check out a tutorial on building a countdown timer with the Raspberry Pi.
    * In the LinuxVoice section, learn to code your first Android app using Jasonette.

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  8. Linux Magazine #209 - Digital Issue

    Linux Magazine #209 - Digital 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.

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  9. Linux Magazine #208 - Digital Issue

    Linux Magazine #208 - Digital 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.

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  10. Linux Magazine #207 - Digital Issue

    Linux Magazine #207 - Digital Issue

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    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.

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