Linux Pro Magazine #180 - Print Issue

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Issue #180: Find a Cloud

In this issue we look at cloud tools for the corporate network.

On the DVD: Ubuntu Studio 15.04 and Arch Linux 2015.09.01

Linux Pro Magazine #180 - Print Issue

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Pydio
Synchronize data across several computers and share folders with colleagues and friends.

Getting Started with CloudStack
Walk through a deployment of Apache’s CloudStack, an open source cloud system with a long history and unified design.

Comparing Cloud Providers
Seven cloud storage alternatives tested, with a close look at security features.

Single Sourcing in Writer
LibreOffice lets you tailor one document for different end users.

Perl – Build a Sniffer
A network analyzer using TShark, and a terminal-friendly Curses UI.

Ask Klaus!
Klaus Knopper answers your Linux questions.

Charly – paping
If ping and Nmap are blocked, try paping to check physical connections between computers.

chkrootkit
Detect rootkits, worms, and other malware to keep the bad guys at bay.

Performance Tools
Five tools to monitor, troubleshoot, and manage your system’s behavior.

Tool Tips
Tools tested: MenuMaker, CLOC, ddrescueview, Hiawatha, pam_honeycreds.so, and XDM.

Recoll
KDE’s unofficial search engine may be the most usable choice.

Syncthing
Synchronize data on computers and mobile devices.

Command Line – Magic Rescue
This recovery utility saves corrupt or deleted files.

Workspace – Scribus
Lay out a ready-to-publish book or brochure.

MuPDF
View even the thickest digital tomes on your screen in the blink of an eye.

LinuxCon NA 2015
The home turf of Microsoft was invaded by Linux enthusiasts for three days of keynotes, talks, and community.

Doghouse – Computer Design
Balancing materials, power, and cost in computer design.

Linux Beer Hike
The annual gathering brought Linux enthusiasts to Wiltz, Luxembourg, for coding, quaffing, and hiking.

Zack’s Kernel News
Reports on kernel community, conundrums, and controversies.

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