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Linux Magazine - Back Issue #141

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Living with Windows

Interacting with the Windows world has never been easier. This month we look at Windows apps in Linux and Linux partitions in Windows.

Cover Stories:

Practical Wine: Use this classic Linux tool to run your Windows applications in a custom execution environment.
22Ext2Fsd: Connect to Linux partitions from Windows.
CrossOver: If the taste of Wine is a little too esoteric, try running your Windows apps in CrossOver.

On the DVD: Fedora 17

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Also in this issue:

  • Table of Contents
  • Comment: Net-Free Net
  • On the DVD: Fedora 17
  • DVD Inlay
  • News
  • Tech Tools: Linux Mint mintBox, ownCloud Version 4, Mozilla Thunderbird, Obnam 1.0
  • Password Reset with SystemRescueCd: Get back into your locked system.
  • Nao Humanoid Robot: Programming the pint-sized robot for human interaction.
  • Fabric Python Library: Repeatable scripts over SSH.
  • Uranos: Central administration of a mixed pool of computers.
  • Charly – QPS: A graphical process monitor.
  • Ask Klaus! Klaus helps you work around a DVD defect and talks about zRAM.
  • Security Lessons – Capabilities: Avoiding root access.
  • In-Memory DBMS: Main memory database systems provide lightening-fast evaluations and transactions.
  • Nested Virtualization: By nesting hypervisors, you can set up a complete virtualization scenario on a single laptop.
  • Perl – Clonezilla Backups: Burning a custom Perl script to a CD automates Clonezilla backups.
  • Command Line – Wodim: Wodim, the tool behind graphical burning software, is more powerful from the CLI.
  • Byobu: Extend the shell with Byobu session manager.
  • Workspace – AjaXplorer: Managing files on an Apache web server.
  • Tintii Colorizing: Playing with color and B&W.
  • Doghouse – Open Education: maddog looks at the advantages of using open source tools in education and research at universities.
  • Kernel News: Zack looks at the process of stable kernel development when a serious bug is discovered.
  • Bufferbloat: Controlled delay management will help deflate bufferbloat.

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