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Linux User & Developer Issue 169

Linux User & Developer Issue 169

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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.
Are you a coder who wants to take their hardware projects to the next level? Don’t be held back if you don’t have experience of electronics - we’ll teach you everything you need to know in our complete guide to electronics for Pi hackers. Learn how to read circuit diagrams, explore the kit you need and have a go at breadboarding and soldering - you’ll be building next-level Pi projects in no time! Also in this issue we have the ultimate rescue kit to fix any computer woes, plus a complete guide on how to use it. Plus, learn how to use Red Hat’s Ansible, revitalise an old laptop with lightweight Linux, and much more!

In this issue...



Electronics for Pi hackers

Ultimate rescue kit
- 10 ways to fix your PC

Automate processes
Use Red Hat’s Ansible to run a variety of project tasks

Master File I/O in Go
- Learn how to develop Go programs that read and write to files

Revitalise an old laptop
- Give an ageing device a new lease of life with Linux

Also inside
- Find files with Bash scripts
- Run RiscOS on Raspberry Pi
- Linux Mint 18 on test
- Manage the Ubuntu system
- Build an explorer robot - part 3

Free with this issue...
Disc with the ultimate rescue kit including five

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