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Issue #192: 25 Years of Linux

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This issue celebrates 25 years of Linux, and 25 years is a remarkable run for an operating system that began as a college student's hobby, but the story of Linux is a truly remarkable story.

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The World According to Linus
We talk with Linux creator Linus Torvalds.

Peculiar Distributions
We went hunting for some strange and particularly surprising Linux distributions.

Expletives and the Kernel List
We analyze 2.5 million postings to study the density of cursing on the Linux Kernel Mailing List (LKML).

Free Media Centers
Free and commercial media center programs promise streaming HD videos, television, music, and picture galleries – all from the comfort of your living room.

Free Digital
Assistants Researchers from the University of Michigan have built an intelligent personal assistant akin to Siri and Cortana from free components.

Ask Klaus!
How to downgrade a package or select a specific version.

Perl – Programming Tips
The Perlmeister reveals his personal bag of tricks and best practices he's gathered over the years.

LXC Basics
The LXC container management tool refines the chroot technique with a comprehensive range of additional functions.

Charly – Socket Stats
The socket collector, ss, provides a good overview of your ports.

Workspace – Emacs
Turn Emacs into a powerful writing environment.

GPG Key Management
Protect yourself from digital crime and government surveillance with PGP/ GnuPG.

Maperitive
Create high-quality maps with additional information from OpenStreetMap data.

Command Line – Logrotate
Manage your logfiles.

Doghouse: maddog's "True Tails"
In which our hero relates a "True Tail" where lack of testing almost created a divorce.

LinuxCon NA 2016
The Linux community celebrates the 25th anniversary of Linux in Toronto.

Kernel News
Reports on kernel communities, conundrums, and controversies.

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