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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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Also in this issue:

  • Comment: The New Kid
  • On the DVD: Fedora 20
  • News
  • PiCam Surveillance: Video surveillance with the new Raspberry Pi camera.
  • Ask Klaus! Klaus Knopper answers your Linux questions.
  • Building an IRC Bot: Access an IRC channel using an automated bot.
  • Charly – Trickle: Shoot down resource-heavy applications to free up bandwidth.
  • Security Lessons – Tuf: A software update system with built-in security.
  • PDF Tools: Testing PDF readers and editors with PDF crash test dummies.
  • TV-Browser: The Java-based TV-Browser is your digital television guide.
  • Perl – CPAN Additions: It lives! CPAN keeps the aging Perl programming language relevant.
  • DNF: Behind the scenes of Fedora’s future package manager.
  • Command Line – Partitioning: We provide tips you should consider before choosing a partitioning scheme.
  • Workspace – Piggydb: Piggydb helps you turn a collection of data morsels into a flexible knowledgebase.
  • Urban Lightscape: Adjust local brightness levels within an image to enhance a simple snapshot.
  • Make Play Live SBC: The KDE Vivaldi tablet isn’t here yet, but its development team is proposing cooperative businesses and open hardware as the future of free software.
  • Doghouse – Computer Services: Business opportunities to earn money for education.
  • The Internet of Things The Internet of Things takes the dumb objects around us and makes them data-noisy.

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