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Lucid Lynx server - is the new long-term release of Ubuntu a giant leap for mankind? Plus: reverse DNS, and FTP serving with ProFTPD. (Chris Brown) Click here to read!
Four great distros to explore: Dreamlinux, Slitaz, Unity and Absolute. Plus: Open Clip Art 2.0, eBox 1.4, FlightGear 2.0, Amarok, Bluefish, newbie guides, podcasts and more... (Mike Saunders) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Need graphics for a presentation, newsletter or website? Here's how to get creative with Inkscape and the Open Clip Art Library. Plus: presentations with OpenOffice.org Impress. (Andy Channelle) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Firefox: Boost your browsing
The list of Firefox add-ons is so long that it can become quite bewildering. We give you a helping hand by picking our a selection of the best. (Juliet Kemp) Click here to read!
libferris: Mount Web 2.0
Want to upload an image to Flickr or a video to YouTube - without having to fire up a browser? With libferris and our tutorial you can. (Ben Martin) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Base: Organise your data
If you've ever wondered whether there's a more efficient way to manage your DVD collection or contacts list, we can show you how. (Bob Moss) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Industry partnerships and more great financial results. Plus: iPad inspires host of open alternatives; Sony kills Linux on PlayStation 3; SoftMaker updates office alternatives; and Prefab, a way of editing the interfaces of closed applications. (Andy Channelle) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Distrowatch: Elive Topaz 2.0
Enlightenment and Debian-based distro breathes new life into older hardware, but it doesn't come for free. Plus: Igelle DSV 1.0, PC-BSD 8.0 and Google evilness polls. (Susan Linton) Click here to read!
What on Earth: Quickly
We explain the fastest, easiest and most opinionated way to get started with this crazy little thing we call programming. (Paul Hudson) Available as a PDF to subscribers.