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Worried about your privacy? We show you how to protect your data and privacy, in the cloud and on the desktop with guides to anonymous browsing, secure and private email and military-grade encryption.
Also in this issue we look at completely securing your Android device, guide you through turning a Raspberry Pi into a low-power always-on Torrent box and chat to Mark Shuttleworth, "the king of Ubuntu".
As usual we also have top-notch coding tutorials, the latest reviews and more, only in Linux Format.
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Features Going Pro with Linux
The Linux gurus at UKFast explain the best routes to a career in Linux
and explain how the LPI qualifications relate to life as a sysadmin.
(UKFast) Available as a PDF to subscribers. Interview: Mark Shuttleworth
We cut through the rumours and controversy to ask Canonical's founder Mark Shuttleworth what's happening with Ubuntu.
(Tamsin Oxford) Available as a PDF to subscribers. Dr Brown's Administeria
Dr Chris explains all about the kernel, and remains sceptical about CentOS and Red Hat's partnership.
(Chris Brown) Available as a PDF to subscribers. Coverdisc The best new open source software on the planet
Enlightenment, E18, GnuCash, DevCoin, abc2midi, GNU Octave, Shell,
AudioScope, Brackets, PlaneShift, Hnefatafl, MKVToolNix and GNU Grep.
(Richard Smedley) Available as a PDF to subscribers. Tutorials Pipelight plugin
Can’t watch the football because some services only use Microsoft’s Silverlight for streaming? Neil Bothwick has a pragmatic work around.
(Neil Bothwick) Available as a PDF to subscribers. Gentoo: Install it
What’s Gentoo got to do, got to do with it? We ask Joe Jordan to gently
guide you through an installation of the highly customisable distro.
(Joe Jordon) Available as a PDF to subscribers. Calibre: Build an ebook server
Marco Fioretti shows how to share your whole digital library so your
ebooks can always be at your fingertips, wherever you are.
(Marco Fioretti) Available as a PDF to subscribers. Deluge: Setup a torrent server
We show you how to turn an old computer, or even a
Raspberry Pi, into an always-on torrent box using Deluge.
(Mayank Sharma) Available as a PDF to subscribers. Coding Academy PHP: Custom website scraping
Based on your personal specifications, Kent Elchuk helps you
find the exact data you want without any obstacles.
(Kent Elchuk) Available as a PDF to subscribers. OCaml: Get started
Juliet Kemp shows how to get some graphical coding going in OCaml, a flexible, high-performance functional language.
(Juliet Kemp) Available as a PDF to subscribers. Reviews Securstore 12.2
After tinkering away with different open source backup solutions for a month, Mayank Sharma tests Securstore, which is aimed towards businesses.
(Mayank Sharma) Available as a PDF to subscribers. NAS4Free
NAS units may take all the limelight, but NAS4Free takes your old PC and gives it a new lease of life as your media hub.
(David Hayward) Available as a PDF to subscribers. Broken Age
Richard Cobbett is not in two minds about the legendary Tim Schafer’s
Kickstarted return to quirky classic point-and-click adventuring.
(Richard Cobbett) Available as a PDF to subscribers. More