Linux Pro Magazine #184 - Print Issue

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Issue #184: Systemd

Many distros have switched to systemd, and Linux users need to adapt. Discover the new init system that starts and manages services in Linux.

On the DVD: Linux Mint 17.3 and openSUSE 42.1

Linux Pro Magazine #184 - Print Issue

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Systemd Journal
The new logging component included with systemd offers some advanced features you won’t find in Syslog.

Systemd Tips
We show you some tricks for improving security, managing processes, and analyzing boot times with systemd.

systemd-nspawn
systemd-nspawn is a container tool that serves as a simple Docker alternative.

Packages in Systemd
We look at a few ideas on converting your DEB packages for systemd.

Apricity OS
An Arch-based Linux for cloud users.

VPN with Pritunl
Built on the OpenVPN protocol, Pritunl offers a new kind of VPN.

Let’s Encrypt
A free, fast, and uncomplicated way to create SSL certificates.

Ask Klaus!
Klaus Knopper answers your Linux questions.

Cherrytree
A powerful note-taking application that orders text, images, tables, and references hierarchically.

agrep
Grep with fuzzy search.

Perl – Z-Wave
A Perl script gets you started with these home automation devices.

Charly’s Column – Pdnsd
Alleviate latency in satellite connections.

PHP 7
Important changes in PHP 7 will require developers to make changes in their PHP 5 scripts.

Command Line – OCR under Linux
Getting better results with Linux optical character recognition software.

Pi-Top
Assembling, customizing, and accessorizing the Pi-Top DIY laptop kit.

Workspace – Node-RED
Use Node-RED to automate tasks, work with web services, and do other clever things.

PeaZip
The PeaZip compression tool supports exotic formats and contributes to the security and integrity of your data.

gThumb
A quick, basic, and efficient Gnome image viewer and editing program.

Doghouse – FOSS Value
maddog ponders the ways in which FOSS is more than just technology.

Kernel News
Guidelines for memory usage in the kernel, fixing the Y2038 bug, and system call error reporting.

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