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  1. GIMP Handbook 20 - Print Issue

    GIMP Handbook 20 - Print Issue

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    This single issue is a complete guide to the GNU Image Manipulation Program (GIMP), a remarkable photo editing tool that is available for free for all recent versions of Windows, Mac OS, and Linux. Learn More
  2. Ubuntu User #24 - Print Issue

    Ubuntu User #24 - Print Issue

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    Issue #24 (Winter 2015): Publishing

    Publishing and Privacy: In this issue, we look at some helpful tools for professional text production and then examine how you can protect your data, desktop, emails, and online phoning and messaging from snoopers.

    On the DVD: Kubuntu 14.10

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  3. ADMIN #26 - Print Issue

    ADMIN #26 - Print Issue

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    Issue #26: OpenShift

    We look at a Linux distro tailored to run on network switches and a PaaS for web devs to integrate the cloud.

    On the DVD: Oracle Linux 7.1 and pfSense

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  4. Linux Pro Magazine #175 - Print Issue

    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

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  5. Raspberry Pi Geek #09 - Print Issue

    Raspberry Pi Geek #09 - Print Issue

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    Inside this issue of Raspberry Pi Geek, we have more amazing apps and cool projects you’ve come to expect from Raspberry Pi Geek. Storybooks, custom keyboard, color-coded cables: meet the most accessible Rasp Pi learning environment for young children. We'll also show you how to build an infrared camera with the Raspberry Pi and the ingenious NoIR camera module. We interview Alex Klein about Kano, a computer anyone can make; explore the HummingBoard; add an Arduino brain to a classic toy; and much more!

    On the DVD: NOOBS 1.3.10

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