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Issue 147 (August 2011) - Distro showdown!
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For cutting-edge software, stability, easy of use and more - get the best distro for you
Massive 8GB double-sided DVD with Fedora 15, including almost 3,000 packages. Plus Mint, Arch, Debian, OpenSUSE, Ubuntu and much more
Mageia 1.0 is here and on test
Find out how a distro is made with our in-depth look at the Fedora community
Pick the perfect geek podcast in our roundup
Tutorials on LXDE, cloud storage, Gnome Shell... Plus our special Coding Academy supplement
We've selected the most popular distros of the day to go head-to-head in a cage fight for your affections. Exhaustive trials and contentious conclusions ahoy! (Nick Veitch) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Putting together a distribution is a mind-blowingly complicated task. Jon takes us behind the scenes at Fedora to see how it's done. (Jonathan Roberts) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
20 ways to break Linux
Linux has a reputation for robustness but we prove there are still plenty of ways to damage a perfectly working system. (Neil Bothwick) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Android app roundup
The Android app market is positively booming with more than 200,000 different downloads now available. We guide you through the very best. (Damien McFerran) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
The full Fedora 15 with almost 3,000 packages - a powerful, cutting-edge distro. Plus Arch, Debian, Mint, SUSE, Ubuntu, games, guides, development tools, podcasts and more. (Mike Saunders) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
On test: The Linux Link Tech Show, Linux Outlaws, Going Linux, Linux Basement, The Linux Action Show, MintCast, FLOSS Weekly, Hacker Public Radio (Mayank Sharma) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
News: Attachmate takes full control of SUSE project
Company claims it's business as usual - but layoffs affect core development staff. Plus: Ximian team launches Xamarin; Linus pushes Linux up to version 3; new firewall options for 2.8 series kernel; CentOS finds fans in Redmond; Ricoh launches eQuill Linu (Andy Channelle) Available as a PDF to subscribers.