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Subscribers: click here to get access to more PDFs and full issues! (Click for larger image) Issue 117 (April 2009) - Fix Linux
Got problems? We feel your pain and provide quick-fire remedies!
- Choose the ultimate hardware to get Linux in your lounge
- Keep your digital life secure for free with GnuPG
: Kick-ass Live distro Knoppix 6, plus 15 other OSes to discover, guides from Apress, the TuxRadar podcast and more
on Gramps, Aspire One, graphics tools, Latex, Samba and Google App Engine
Features Inside Xorg.conf
Most distributions configure your graphics card and display automatically, but xorg.conf is still well worth fidding with.
(Graham Morrison) Available as a PDF to subscribers. Build the ultimate MythTV box
Graham goes on a shopping spree to build a MythTV box without destroying our meagre budget for the month.
(Graham Morrison) Click here to read! Can you keep a secret?
We introduce the GNU Privacy Guard, which encrypts and decrypts files sent between trusted users. Take note, UK Home Office!
(Mayank Sharma) Available as a PDF to subscribers. Interview: Benoit Schillings
Chief Technologist of Qt at Nokia, amateur astronomer, KDE hacker and former BeOS developer - what a guy!
(Graham Morrison) Click here to read! Coverdisc Knoppix 6 and OS discovery pack
Killer Live distro meets 15 alternative operating systems - hours of exploring fun! Plus 150 PDF pages of coding guides from Apress, the TuxRadar podcast, and more...
(Mike Saunders) Available as a PDF to subscribers. Tutorials Gimp: user other tools
Mixing raster, vector and text is easier than you think. We explain how to integrate Gimp with Inkscape, Scribus and OpenOffice.org
(Michael J Hammel) Available as a PDF to subscribers. Lyx: For superior documents
We take all the stress out of Latex for complex, attractive documents without the bonkers learning curve.
(John Hudson) Available as a PDF to subscribers. NFS and Samba: Share disks
Part 4: Is the file you want always on the other computer? Short of space on your netbook? We show you how to share your disks.
(Neil Bothwick) Available as a PDF to subscribers. GAE: Deploy a web application
Google App Engine enables you to build scalable apps without worrying about scaling details. Here's how to get your first cloud app off the ground.
(Dan Frost) Click here to read! Reviews Out of the Park 9
Simon fulfils his inner statistician by managing his own baseball team, not to mention contending with a 600-page manual...
(Simon Pickstock) Available as a PDF to subscribers. More News: Opening enterprise
Developer hopes to foster 'universal client' for virtual desktops. Plus: Google Earth 5; Dell and Novell ink thin client deal; Debian Lenny approaches; Microsoft's changing relationship with open source; Linux Defenders.
(Andy Channelle) Available as a PDF to subscribers. Distrowatch: Mass appeal
Sabayon Linux 4 - growing in maturity and looking nice. Plus: Austrumi; Mandriva and Ubuntu alphas; Windows 7 predictions.
(Susan Linton) Available as a PDF to subscribers. What on Earth: Moonlight
As if Microsoft .NET on Linux weren't bad enough, what if it managed to infiltrate your web browser too?
(Paul Hudson) Available as a PDF to subscribers.