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  1. Linux Magazine #238 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #238 - Print Issue

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    Issue #238: Speed Up Your System – Hot tweaks for a faster Linux

    Your Linux experience goes more smoothly if your system is running at peak performance. This month we focus on some timely tuning techniques, including the kernel's new Pressure Stall Information (PSI) feature.

    Other highlights:
    * Jitsi – A reliable solution for open source video conferencing
    * Repology – This useful web app serves as a universal search engine for Linux packages.
    * MakerSpace – We get ready for Halloween.
    * LinuxVoice – New insights on marketing Linux.

    On the DVD: openSUSE 15.2 and Bodhi Linux 5.1

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  2. Linux Magazine #237 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #237 - Print Issue

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    Issue #237: Webcams and Linux – Smoothing out hardware wrinkles with Guvcview and QtCAM

    This month we explore webcams, screencasting, and a cool teleprompter tool.

    Other highlights:
    * PHP Building Blocks – The PHPlattenbau project offers useful components for building PHP applications.
    * Guacamole A clientless remote access tool based on HTML5.
    * MakerSpace – Learn how to make your Pi Zero into a kitchen timer
    * LinuxVoice – Check out our study of the handy MystiQ Audio/Video conversion tool.

    On the DVD: Ubuntu Studio 20.04 and Kubuntu 20.04

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  3. Linux Magazine #236 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #236 - Print Issue

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    Issue #236: Smarter Directories – Reinventing the file storage metaphor with semantic tagging

    The rigid structure of nested files and directories used on computer systems around the world was created more than 60 years ago, and experts believe we can do better. This month, you'll learn about some scripts for semantic file tagging in Linux.

    Other highlights:
    * Manage personnel and projects with ProjectLibre
    * Build an e-commerce solution with OpenCart
    * MakerSpace – Learn how to water your plants with a Rasp Pi
    * LinuxVoice – Take a tour of two useful Markdown editors

    On the DVD: Fedora 32 workstation and Ubuntu Desktop 20.04 LTS

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  4. Linux Magazine #235 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #235 - Print Issue

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    Issue #235: What's New in systemd – Reinventing home directories with the powerful systemd-homed

    Systemd is a mystery that keeps on giving. Now a new feature of the leading Linux init system will change the way you think about user home directories. This month we take a closer look at systemd-homed.

    On the DVD: Knoppix 8.6.1 and OpenMandriva Lx Plasma 4.1

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  5. Linux Magazine #234 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #234 - Print Issue

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    Issue #234: Edge Computing – Get ready for the low-latency cloud

    The Edge is a popular buzz word in high-tech news, but what does it mean really? We introduce you to an exciting new technology that could be changing the way we think about the cloud.

    Other highlights include:
    * navi – interactive cheat sheet for easy help on shell commands
    * chromedp – extract data from complex dynamic web pages
    * MakerSpace – learn about the versatile CircuitPython runtime environment
    * LinuxVoice – this month includes studies on the FreeDOS retro OS and printing in the shell.

    On the DVD: Manjaro 19.02 Gnome Edition and SystemRescueCd 6.1

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  6. Linux Magazine #233 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #233 - Print Issue

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    Issue #233: Stream to Your TV – Cool Tools for Sound and Video

    This month we highlight some innovative apps for multimedia in Linux, including Gnome Cast for TV, and the easy-to-use Serviio media server.

    SPECIAL DVD: Complete Raspberry Pi Geek Archive

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  7. Linux Magazine #232 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #232 - Print Issue

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    Issue #232: Stop Ads – Before they reach your browser

    Web ads and ad scripts can slow down your system and gum up your web experience. Browser-based ad-blockers are useful for controlling many types of popups and banners, but they are less effective with ads built into applications – and they are often difficult to implement on mobile devices. This month we look at a couple of alternative tools for blocking ads at the network level: Pi-hole and Privoxy.

    Other highlights include:
    * Firewalld and OpenSnitch – a practical workshop on configuring firewalls for outgoing, as well as incoming, traffic.
    * Create a Personal Web Archive – Future-proof your bookmark library by downloading and archiving web pages.
    * MakerSpace – This month includes a study of the tiny BBC micro:bit.
    * LinuxVoice – Learn to build a unified game library with GameHub.

    On the DVD: GParted and Kali Linux

    DVD contents are not available with the digital version of the magazine.

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  8. Linux Magazine #231 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #231 - Print Issue

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    Issue #231: Tiling – Speed up your desktop experience with Regolith and the i3 tiling window manager

    Are tiling window managers still relevant for today's desktop? This month we explore the possibilities of the tiling paradigm with a modern Linux built for tiling.

    Other highlights include:
    * Cryptomator – A free tool for encrypting cloud data.
    * Unison – Access your files from anywhere with SSH and this popular sync tool.
    * MakerSpace – Build your own security camera with a Raspberry Pi and motionEyeOS.
    * LinuxVoice – We look at the Kube communication and collaboration client.

    On the DVD: MX Linux MX-19 (64-bit) and Zorin OS 15 Core (64-bit)

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  9. Linux Magazine #230 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #230 - Print Issue

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    Issue #230: Automation Tricks – Building custom solutions for the intelligent home

    SOLD OUT: This issue is sold out. To purchase the digital version, please click here.

    Home automation is no longer the stuff of science fiction. This month we explore some versatile tools for Linux users who are interested in IoT but don't want to surrender the freedom of open platforms and open source.

    On the DVD: Fedora Workstation 31 and Ubuntu "Eoan Ermine" Desktop 19.10

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  10. Linux Magazine #229 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #229 - Print Issue

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    Issue #229: The Future of Vector Graphics

    Vector graphics applications like Inkscape are a popular option for creating scalable graphics. Could these tools be even better? As is often the case, the science is out in front of the mainstream. We show you some innovations that could revolutionize tomorrow's graphics apps.

    Also in this month's issue:
    * Go Game Development – Create a gambling machine using the versatile Go programming language.
    * Mediapurge – Organize your media files and eliminate duplicates.
    * MakerSpace – Learn to configure a multiboot Raspberry Pi with BerryBoot.
    * LinuxVoice – This month we give you an introduction to Anbox, a cool tool that lets you launch Android apps on Linux.

    On the DVD: Arch Linux and CentOS 8.0.1905

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