• Old Dogs, New Tricks

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  • Book Binder

    Saving web pages to ebooks conserves space and leads to easier reading.

  • Open Source Store

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  • Programming Snapshot – Go Bandwidth Display

    A Go program running on a Raspberry Pi grabs metrics from a pfSense firewall and displays them on a miniature display to help Mike Schilli keep an eye on his Internet connection's bandwidth usage.

News and Articles

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  • Command Line – Environmental Variables

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  • Zack's Kernel News

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  • FOSSPicks

    This is Nate's first time writing FOSSPicks after Graham passed on the baton. On behalf of all at Linux Magazine, we're eternally grateful for Graham's years of spotting the top FOSS picks. This month Nate looks at Audacity, Endless Sky, GCompris, Switcheroo, MS-DOS, Qemu, and more!

  • Tutorial – Ubuntu VM in the Azure Cloud

    Are you ready to get started with the cloud? Microsoft's Azure Cloud Services provides easy access to an Ubuntu virtual machine.

  • Tight Ship

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  • Distro Walk – Ubuntu Budgie

    Ubuntu Budgie combines the simplicity of the Budgie desktop with the power of Ubuntu, resulting in a customizable desktop experience.

  • Welcome

    AI has continued its meteoric rise in the news headlines and stock market reports. Companies are betting their futures on AI, and the whole tech world seems tuned in, breathlessly waiting for a clue about where it might be going. But despite all the media hoopla, AI is not having a great month.

  • Strong Arm Performance

    Coding for the ARM NEON vector hardware can significantly improve performance and help you get the most out of low-power systems such as the Raspberry Pi.

  • On the DVD

    Ubuntu Budgie 24.04 LTS and Rescuezilla 2.5

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