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Linux User & Developer Issue 161

Linux User & Developer Issue 161


Linux User & Developer Issue 161

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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. Build your own Linux PC from scratch with this hardware-packed issue, from selecting and assembling the components through to customising a distro to suit your tastes. Gamers need to read our Steam Machines Supertest – we review the Alienware, Syber and Zotac SteamOS consoles.

In this issue...

How to make your own computer

Build a Linux PC
– Custom hardware, custom software

Steam Machines Supertest
– Alienware, Syber and Zotac consoles reviewed

Pi Wars Returns
– Raspberry Pi robots invade Cambridge

Detect network intruders
– Use Snort to sniff rogue packet traffic

Also inside
– OpenSource: Your source of Linux news and views
– Interview: Digital signage with Screenly
– Feature: Build your own Linux PC
– Systems programming: Dealing with processes
– Set up an open source e-store for Wordpress
– Detect network intruders with Snort
– Detect object collisions in MonoGame
– Computer science: Dealing with linked lists
– Feature: Pi Wars Returns
– Python column: Multitasking with your Pi
– Capture photos at night with the NoIR Pi camera
– Build an iBeacon with a Bluetooth dongle
– Stream internet TV to your Raspberry Pi
– Code a Tempest-inspired clone in FUZE BASIC – Part 3
– Competition: Win a FUZE T2-SE-R workstation!
– Group Test: Audio editors
– Review: Alienware Steam Machine
– Review: Zotac NEN Steam Machine
– Review: Syber Steam Machine I
– Reviews: Free software
– Web hosting listings
– FileSilo: Your free resources this issue

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

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