Also in this issue:
- Table of Contents
- Comment: Mining and Meaning
- On the DVD: Knoppix 7.0.4
- DVD Inlay
- Tech Tools: Citrix Announces XenServer 6.1; Red Hat Updates Enterprise MRG; Xen.org Releases Xen 4.2
- RPM Tools: Package management helpers rpmorphan and rpmrestore keep your system clean.
- hdparm: This tool tunes your drive and delivers drive statistics.
- Charly – Swaks: Diagnose ailing mail servers.
- Security Lessons – Web Frameworks: Plenty of tools exist for building web apps; don’t roll your own unless you have to.
- Kotlin: A work in progress, Kotlin borrows freely from Java, Scala, and Groovy and runs on the Java Virtual Machine.
- Perl – k-means Clusters: Identifying clusters is easy for us, but difficult for computers. Perl has a CPAN module for that.
- Ask Klaus! Klaus Knopper answers questions about swap, zRam, routers in bridge mode, and Linux on Macs.
- Color Temperature Tools: Changing monitor brightness through the day could help you sleep at night.
- Workspace – Calibre Tips: Get more from the Calibre ebook manager.
- Geary Email Client: We look at an early version of a new IMAP email client.
- Command Line – Killing Processes: Learn how to shut down systems and processes.
- Doghouse – Free Favela: Free Software project in Brazil empowers favela residents.
- LinuxCon 2012: Security and the open cloud were featured at this year’s LinuxCon in San Diego, CA.
- Kernel News: PWM subsystem to main kernel tree; throwaway device IDs; Linux 3.2.y goes long-term stable.
- Future Platforms: Web-based operating systems and the future of Linux.
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