Linux Pro Magazine #158 - Print Issue

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Living with Windows

This month we look at virtual Linux on Windows and virtual Windows on Linux.

Linux Integration: Microsoft provides a collection of tools for faster and more efficient Linux virtualization in the Hyper-V environment.
Virtual Windows 8.1 on Linux: For occasional Windows users, a virtual machine is the ideal solution. But will Windows 8.1 work in VirtualBox and VMware?

On the DVD: Ubuntu 13.10 32- and 64-bit

Linux Pro Magazine #158 - Print Issue

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Also in this issue:

  • Comment: Cookies and Cream
  • On the DVD: Ubuntu 13.10
  • News
  • Tool Tips: Tool review: Dialog 0.7, virtenv 0.8.6, collectd 5.4.0, convmv 1.15, Drukkar 1.11, and ngIRCd 20.3.
  • Android Remote: We look at some smartphone and tablet apps for remote Linux admins.
  • Xeon Phi: Instead of GPUs, the Xeon Phi accelerator card from Intel features a cluster of CPUs for easier programming.
  • Incron: This helpful utility initiates commands and scripts triggered by filesystem events.
  • Csound: The powerful Csound audio production environment provides an impressive set of features. We walk you through the entire system.
  • Perl – Security Snapshots: Store snapshots from a home security camera with just two scripts and the Tumblr API.
  • Charly – Go Access: Charly is lured by the charms of a new logfile tool.
  • Security Lessons – Squid Filtering: Limiting access to web content.
  • Bitparade: Pomodoro Tools Learn how four nifty tools can improve your concentration.
  • Workspace – Taskwarrior: Organize your life with this command-line task manager.
  • Command Line – Pass: Manage passwords with the powerful Pass utility.
  • UberWriter: Professional publishing with this Markdown markup tool.
  • Linux-libre Project: How free is the Linux kernel? Some Free software advocates want to make it freer.
  • LinuxCon Europe 2013: LinuxCon Europe – one of the best GNU/ Linux events of 2013.
  • Doghouse – Showing Respect: “maddog” laments yet another instance where GNU/Linux fails to get a mention.
  • Kernel News: Bug hunts and programmable instruction sets.

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