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  1. ADMIN Magazine #31 - Print Issue

    ADMIN Magazine #31 - Print Issue

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    Issue #31: Tuning MySQL - speed up your MySQL database

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    On the DVD: CentOS 7 (1511) and Rockstor

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  2. Linux Pro Magazine #184 - Print Issue

    Linux Pro Magazine #184 - Print Issue

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    Issue #184: Systemd

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    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

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  3. Raspberry Pi Geek #15 - Print Issue

    Raspberry Pi Geek #15 - Print Issue

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    Issue #15: Raspberry Pi Zero: Seriously, a computer for $5?

    We take a first look at the strengths and weaknesses of the tiny new Pi Zero.

    On the DVD:  NOOBS 1.5.0

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  4. GIMP Handbook Special Edition #24 - Print Issue

    GIMP Handbook Special Edition #24 - Print Issue

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    Special Edition #24: GIMP Handbook

    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.

    The DVD included in this issue contains GIMP installation files for Windows and Mac systems (look in the /gimp directory). GIMP comes pre-installed on most Linux systems. If you would like to compile GIMP yourself using the freely available source code, see the article on page 6.

    For more on obtaining GIMP, visit www. gimp.org/downloads.

    On the DVD: Ubuntu Studio 15.10

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  5. Ubuntu User #27 - Print Issue

    Ubuntu User #27 - Print Issue

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    Issue #27: SECURITY: HOW SAFE IS YOUR PRIVATE DATA?

    Security and Privacy: Assuming most citizens are innocent (which they are), there is no possible excuse for the mass surveillance being carried out by the likes of the NSA and GCHQ. As governments are slow to check the activities of these rogue agencies, we'll teach you how to take matters into your own hands.

    Editorial
    A proprietary software company uses FUD to derail a Linux migration!

    On the DVD: Ubuntu 15.10 – Wily Werewolf

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