Linux Pro Magazine #175 - Print Issue

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Issue #175: Android with Linux

This month we study some useful interoperability tools.

On the DVD: CentOS 7 & Linux Lite 2.4

Linux Pro Magazine #175 - Print Issue

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On the DVD: CentOS 7 & Linux Lite 2.4

Android/Linux Integration
With a bit of work and few apps, you can make an Android smartphone into an organic part of your Linux-based working environment.

Crossover 14 Linux
Need to run a Windows program in Linux? You could set up a virtual machine, but CrossOver Linux offers a faster and more efficient approach.

PlayOnLinux
Getting Windows programs to work on Linux is difficult even if you’re using Wine. Fortunately, the PlayOnLinux graphical interface can ease some of the pain.

Tool Tips
Quick takes on cool tools for Linux.

FQ CoDel and MPTCP
We’ll show you a pair of experimental protocols designed to speed up mobile networking.

openQA
OpenSUSE’s openQA project is a powerful tool for testing Linux distributions – and even Android images.

Ask Klaus!
Klaus Knopper answers your Linux questions.

Charly: Pmap and Lshw
Analyze RAM requirements and check the computer’s hardware.

Castnow
Stream a movie from a hard disk using Chromecast.

Firefox Phone
The integrated developer environment in Firefox makes Firefox OS ideal for users who always wanted to develop their very own apps.

YouTube Remote Control
Use an Android smartphone or tablet as a remote control for your PC or laptop.

Inkscape
Inkscape is a powerful substitute for commercial vector graphics tools.

Command Line: Byobu
Open multiple screens to compartmentalize command-line tasks.

Workspace: Pebble Smartwatch
Teach your Pebble smartwatch some clever tricks.

Lightworks 12
This professional video editing solution now runs on Linux.

LOOL: LibreOffice Online
Collabora and Ice Warp team up to create LibreOffice Online.

Doghouse: FOSS Compliance
The seemingly clear concept of Free and Open Source Software is not clear to everyone.

Kernel News
Inheriting filesystem capabilities, reporting on inactive CPUs, adding timekeeping tests, and freezing file writes.

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