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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. 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. Linux User & Developer is the world’s premium magazine for Linux professionals and Raspberry Pi enthusiasts, dedicated to the proliferation of open source tools and knowledge.


In this issue...



Become a command line pro

100 Ways to master the command line
– Navigate and control your Linux system like a pro

10 Awesome Raspberry Pi upgrades
– Unlock new project possibilities with these add-ons

Program a Linux shell from scratch
– Learn how Bash works and build your own replacement

Make a Raspberry Pi Glove
– Wire up your own wearable to control social media


Also inside
– OpenSource: Your source of Linux news and views
– Feature: 100 Ways to master the command line
– Create your own VPN server
– Manage your business resources with ERPNext
– Spin your own Debian
– Build a RAID array
– Use your Kinect with Linux
– Program your own shell – part 1
– Feature: 10 Awesome Raspberry Pi upgrades
– Pi Project: Minecraft NFC
– Add a battery pack to your Raspberry Pi
– Monitor your local network with NagiosPi
– Use an Android device as a Raspberry Pi screen
– Build a Pi Glove – part 1
– Python column: Optimising Python code
– Group Test: Minimal Twitter clients
– Review: PiBorg UltraBorg
– Review: Solus Operating System Beta 2
– Review: Fedora 22
– Web hosting listings
– Your questions answered
– Your letters
– FileSilo: Your free resources this issue

Free with this issue...
4 Distros, 16 FOSS packages, 20 hours of video guides and seminars, tutorial code and assets

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