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Issue 180 (February 2014) - Extra strong Mint 16
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Is the latest release of the popular distro enough to make you switch? We find out!
We also show you how expand your Raspberry Pi with some of the best add-ons available, and we investigate equality and the open source community.
Also in the issue we talk to Matthew Garrett about cloud storage, UEFI and fruit flies, explore the OpenStreetMap project and review the best hostage storage services.
As usual we also have top-notch coding tutorials, the latest reviews and more, only in Linux Format.
On the DVD: OpenSUSE 13.1, Clonezilla 2.2.0-31, hot picks, tutorial code and a lot more!
Les Pounder shows off an easy to use visual language that’s great for beginners. It’s also been helping kids as young as six learn the basics of programming. (Les Pounder) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Juliet Kemp introduces the object orientated
language that has some fantastic educational
properties. It’s easy to get started with, but offers
plenty of depth once you become more familiar. (Juliet Kemp) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
We’ve got a bit of a mag crush on the latest release. Find out the new features and
innovations that have got us excited. (Mayank Sharma) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Fedora 20 Beta
Another delay to the long awaited distro has prevented us reviewing the final version. We’ve bravely soldiered on with the beta. (Shashank Sharma) Available as a PDF to subscribers.