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  1. Linux Magazine #163 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #163 - Print Issue

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    Issue #163 (June 2014) Coding Tools

    Cool tools that will change the way you think about programming.

    Reactive Manifesto
    Clojure
    Frameworks 5
    Java 8

    DVD: Light Distro Sampler featuring 4MLinux 8.0 / Tiny Core 5.2 / SystemRescue Cd 4.0 / Slacko Puppy 5.6 / Clonezilla 2.2.1 / Slax 7.0.8

     

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  2. Linux Magazine #162 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #162 - Print Issue

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    Issue #162 (May 2014): A Smarter Network

    Globalization, increasing numbers of devices, virtualization, the cloud, and BYOD are changing the face of networks.

    • SDN Up Close: A number of factors make classically organized IP networks difficult to plan and manage. Some admins address these problems with software-defined networking.
    • The OpenFlow protocol and its surrounding technologies are bringing the promise of SDN to real networks.
    • Several players are collaborating on the foundations of future SDN products under the umbrella of the OpenDaylight open source project.
    • Mininet lets you construct software-defined networking topologies in a sandbox before you release them onto your network.


    On the DVD: Mageia 4 AND openSUSE 13.1 (64-bit)

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  3. Linux Magazine #161 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #161 - Print Issue

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    Issue #161 (April 2014): Home Routers

    Discover the vulnerabilities of typical home and small office routers, and consider the SafeSquid filter proxy for secure home surfing.

    Security and SOHO Routers: Home and small office networks typically place their security in the hands of an inexpensive device that serves as a router. How secure are these SOHO router devices?
    SafeSquid: If you are looking to secure your home surfing against questionable web content, you need a filtering proxy. SafeSquid filters content as it moves between the browser and the Internet.

    On the DVD: Knoppix 7.3 (Exclusive CeBIT Edition)

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  4. Linux Magazine #160 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #160 - Print Issue

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    Issue #160 (March 2014): SteamOS

    Linux gaming has emerged from the shadows with the arrival of the popular Steam platform. We look at the latest developments for Steam on Linux.

    Cover Stories:

    SteamOS: Valve has big plans for SteamOS, the new Linux that will run on the first generation of Steam machine gaming consoles.
    Portspoof: The Internet is a tough place to live – especially for publicly accessible computers. A small tool called Portspoof makes port scanning a real challenge for attackers.
    Software-Defined Radio: Glean radio-transmitted data from a weather station with inexpensive hardware and a free software-defined radio tool.

    On the DVD: Fedora 20 (32- and 64-bit)

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  5. Linux Magazine #159 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #159 - Print Issue

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    Firefox OS vs. Android

    This month we size up the new Firefox OS mobile system and study some techniques for data recovery.

    Cover Stories:

    Firefox OS vs. Android: The Mozilla foundation is on a mission to bring open platforms into the mobile space.
    Data Recovery Services: Nothing protects your data like a wellconceived system of backups. However, no backup system is perfect. If all else fails, send your disk to a data recovery service.
    Data Rescue: Armed with just standard Linux tools, users can recover files, resurrect partitions, and rescue damaged media.

    On the DVD: Linux Mint 16 "Petra" with Cinnamon & Mate

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  6. Linux Magazine #158 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #158 - Print Issue

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    Living with Windows

    This month we look at virtual Linux on Windows and virtual Windows on Linux.

    Linux Integration: Microsoft provides a collection of tools for faster and more efficient Linux virtualization in the Hyper-V environment.
    Virtual Windows 8.1 on Linux: For occasional Windows users, a virtual machine is the ideal solution. But will Windows 8.1 work in VirtualBox and VMware?

    On the DVD: Ubuntu 13.10 32- and 64-bit

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  7. Linux Magazine #157 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #157 - Print Issue

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    Privacy Tools

    The emphasis is on privacy this month, from security tools to encryption to systems that isolate you from the rest of the digital world.

    • Privacy Tools: Three tools to keep your data safe from wandering eyes.
    • Ubuntu Privacy Remix: UPR isolates you from the outside world.
    • Encrypting Block Devices: Encrypting a block device protects all the files you put on it.
    • PHP XHP Extension: Use HTML and XML tags in PHP to clean up your code.
    • Web Cryptography API


    On the DVD: ArtistX 1.5 + Arch Linux 2013.10.01

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  8. Linux Magazine #156 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #156 - Print Issue

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    Is ARM the Future of Linux?

    ARM Arch: The versatile ARM architecture is poised for a central role in the next generation of devices.
    Duplicity: Back up to the cloud with this easy Linux command-line utility.
    VM Depot: Check out Microsoft's library of Linux virtual images for the Azure cloud.
    Windows in OpenStack: We'll show you how to make Microsoft's Azure cloud play nicely with OpenStack.

    On the DVD: Fedora 19 (Security Spin) + Kali Linux v1.0.4

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  9. Linux Magazine #155 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #155 - Print Issue

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    Fighting Malware

    We introduce you to the tools that can help you detect malware and defend the portals of your realm.

    Cover Stories:
    Code Analysis: Look for gaps in your code that could make you vulnerable to attack.
    Dr. Portscan: Bring order and sense to automated port scans.
    Nmap Workshop: Seal your perimeter with a powerful tool that thinks like an intruder.

    On the DVD: Mageia 3 + Linux Mint Debian 201303 (LMDE)

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  10. Linux Magazine #154 - Print Issue

    Linux Magazine #154 - Print Issue

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    GNU HURD

    This month we follow the Hurd and take a close look at highperformance computing.

    Cover Stories:

    • Exploring the Hurd: GNU’s forgotten OS is back in the news with a new Debian port.
    • Getting Started with HPC Clusters: We show you how to get your first taste of high-performance computing.
    • The Cloud’s Role in HPC: If you don’t have your own supercomputer, the cloud might be the best option for exploring HPC.


    On the DVD: Knoppix 7.2 and Fedora 19

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