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Linux User & Developer Issue 145

Linux User & Developer Issue 145


Linux User & Developer Issue 145

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Linux User & Developer is the only Linux magazine that caters for IT professionals, business users and advanced enthusiasts. Whether you're a system administrator, software developer or a self-confessed Linux geek, the magazine features the latest cutting-edge techniques you need, explained by our crack team of open source experts that work at the heart of the open source movement. Now in its tenth year, Linux User & Developer has built up its long-held reputation as the ultimate choice for the GNU generation by delivering the most in-depth tutorials, features and commentary on the biggest topics in modern computing. With Linux User & Developer the future of open source computing is in your hands. The magazine comes with a DVD featuring the latest in distros, open source tools and project files.

In this issue...

Super Raspberry Pi + Ubuntu’s Birthday

Build a Super Raspberry Pi
– Pool the resources of multiple Pis to create a scalable supercomputer

10 Years of Ubuntu
– Celebrate a decade of Ubuntu and discover what's in store for the future

Super Test: Raspberry Pi OS
– Pidora 2014, RISC OS and Arch Linux ARM take on Raspbian

Virtual boxes with Puppet and Vagrant – Part 1
– Automate the deployment of virtual boxes

Also inside...
- OpenSource: Your source of Linux news and views
- Competition: Win a FUZE, Win a BitScope Micro
- 10 Years of Ubuntu
- Configure virtual boxes with Puppet and Vagrant – Part 1
- Monitor a Cisco router using MRTG
- Simplify HR management with OrangeHRM
- Continuous code analysis with Jenkins and SonarQube – Part 1
- Model data using Qt
- Learn to code BASIC with FUZE
- Build a Super Raspberry Pi
- My Pi Project: Joytone
- Upgrade your Pi-powered Bigtrak
- Transform your Pi into a micro oscilloscope
- Turn your Pi into a motion sensor with SimpleCV
- FAQ: What is the new browser?
- Group test: Raspberry PI Operating Systems
- Review: HummingBoard-i2eX
- Review: Webconverger 26
- Review: Epiphany Web
- Your questions answered
- Hosting listings
- Your view: Letters and comments

Free with this issue...
3 Ubuntu flavours, custom Ras Pi NOOBS image and 20 apps

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