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Linux User & Developer Issue 157

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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. Packed full of developer content and creative projects, this issue introduces you to systems programming and shows you how to start building new utilities for Linux. There’s also a great guide to running Windows software natively using Wine, an intro to Docker, plus a special feature on making a music visualiser using a Raspberry Pi and an LED strip.

In this issue...



Systems programming
Build your own system tools
– Harness system calls and the power of C

Run Windows apps with Wine
– No virtualisation, no multibooting

Raspberry Pi music visualiser
– Make an LED strip react to your tunes

Plasma Mobile interview
– Sebastian Kügler on the KDE phone

Also inside
– OpenSource: Your source of Linux news and views
– Interview: Plasma Mobile
– Feature: Build your own system tools
– Feature: Run Windows apps with Wine
– Manipulate and convert data in R
– Visualise your data using D3.js
– Launch your first Docker container
– Automate Linux on AWS
– Secure access to your AWS resources
– Start programming in C#
– Feature: Visualise music with LEDs
– Pi Project: ElectroSuper tunnel at Mons
– Stream media through your network with OSMC
– Harness the power of the 1-Wire bus
– Send an SMS from your Raspberry Pi
– Python column: Access Twitter with Python
– Group Test: GTD (Getting Things Done) software
– Review: Encryptr
– Review: Bodhi Linux 3.1.0
– 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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