Big things are promised for Linux in 2006, on the desktop and server - and for once, those aren't empty promises. We've seen the software of the future - downloaded it, installed it and even played with it - and want to share it with you... (Mike Saunders, Nick Veitch, Paul Hudson) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
You might not have heard of MythTV, a personal video recorder and multimedia plaything for Linux. It's brilliant, but a challenge to install, so we wrote a guide to this super-cool app. (Graham Morrison) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Interview: Larry Wall
Perl 6 has been in production for several years now, and still doesn't seem to be close to release. We cornered Larry Wall and asked him just what was going on. (Paul Hudson) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Rated: AVG Anti-Virus, BitDefender Linux Edition, ClamAV, F-Prot Anti-Virus, F-Secure Anti-Virus Linux Workstation, InterScan VirusWall, Kaspersky Workstation (Graham Morrison) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
News: 2006 - a desktop odyssey?
Mandriva upbeat while KDE and Gnome prepare for Vista. Plus: Firefox market share, Novell job losses, Linspire's cheap PC, VMware Player, Xara Xtreme (Andy Channelle) Available as a PDF to subscribers.