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Linux Magazine - Back Issue #140

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Chips & Gadgets

This month’s emphasis is on hardware. We look at video acceleration, smartphone security, and new life for old devices.

Cover Stories:

  • Video Acceleration: Accelerate Intel chips with the Video Acceleration API.
  • SEAndroid: The SEAndroid framework promises SELinux-like security.
  • Palm Recycled: Revive old Palm devices.
  • Gnublin Board: A learning device for embedded Linux.


On the DVD: Kubuntu 12.04 LTS "Precise Pangolin"

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Also in this issue:

  • Table of Contents
  • Comment: Burning Memories
  • On the DVD: Kubuntu 12.04 LTS "Precise Pangolin"
  • DVD Inlay
  • News
  • Tech Tools: OpenShift Origin, Larkspur, OpenMAMA 2.1, Yocto Project 1.2.
  • PHP-CLI: PHP for the command line makes recurring, complex, and tedious tasks easy.
  • Cmdfs: Build customized virtual filesystems from a source directory tree with the cmdfs tool.
  • LinkChecker: Find broken links on your website with LinkChecker.
  • Charly – Btrfs:  Converting a disk to Btrfs.
  • Security Lessons – Hacking Hardware: Software isn’t the only vulnerability in your network; find out how to keep your hardware safe.
  • oVirt: A free Java interface for Libvirt.
  • Ask Klaus! Klaus Knopper answers your questions.
  • Perl – Travis CI: Getting the low-down on continuous integration tests.
  • Command Line – Vim Outliner: Outlining with a Vim plugin.
  • Rekonq: The new KDE web browser.
  • Timeline: Timelines on your desktop.
  • Workspace: DAM with Glom Asset management database.
  • Alexandria Library: Manager Keep track of collections.
  • Doghouse – USB Promos: maddog wants to bring home some useful swag from all those conferences he attends.
  • Kernel News: Zack reports on the Linux 2.4 Git tree, Linus’s answer to autoconf.h bloat, and other kernel issues.
  • NoOps: Vigorous debates have broken out about the meaning and future of NoOps.

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