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Linux Magazine #250 - Digital Issue

Linux Magazine #250 - Digital Issue

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Inside the Kernel

The only real way to celebrate the 30th anniversary of Linux is to write about Linux itself – not the agglomeration of software we know as a Linux distro, but the real Linux – the beating heart in the center of it all: the Linux kernel.

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    IN THIS ISSUE: 

    Kernel News
    * Trusting Trusted Computing
    * New Userspace Load-Balancing Framework
    * Ending Big Endian

    Kernel Intro
    We celebrate 30 years of Linux with a special issue that takes you inside the kernel.

    Kernel Hacks
    Explore some optimizations designed to deliver a smoother experience for desktop users.

    Kernel Security
    We analyze some well-known kernel security problems and give real-life examples of attacks that used these timehonored techniques.

    Compiling the Kernel
    Compiling the Linux kernel lets you add or remove features depending on your needs.

    Interview with Greg Kroah-Hartman
    Kernel coder Greg Kroah-Hartman explains how to take your first steps with the kernel team.

    Distro Walk – AlmaLinux
    Arising from the ashes of CentOS, AlmaLinux offers a community owned and governed CentOS alternative.

    Bash Web Server
    With one line of Bash code, you can create a Bash web server for viewing the output from Bash scripts and commands.

    Command Line – zstd
    Like other modern replacement commands, zstd offers significantly faster file compression.

    broot
    The broot file manager guarantees clearer, quicker navigation of the directory tree at the command line.

    Charly's Column – googler
    Charly uses googler to google at the command line.

    Integrity Measurement Architecture
    The Integrity Measurement Architecture adds important details to your audit logs, making it easier to track an intruder's footprints.

    Programming Snapshot – Golang
    The Go programming language flew under the radar for a long time until showcase projects like Docker pushed its popularity.

    Sniff WiFi with ESP8266
    The ESP8266 is in the core of many IoT devices. Thanks to ESP8266 sniffer mode, you can monitor the WiFi medium for diagnostics and optimization.

    Pi Control of USB Devices
    Command-line tools and Node-RED on a Raspberry Pi let you control projects that use the USB ports.

    Doghouse – 30th Anniversary of Linux
    In celebration of the 30th anniversary of Linux, maddog charts his career in free and open source software.

    Cubic
    With a little planning, Cubic makes customizing Ubuntu ISOs simple and intuitive.

    Static Website Generators
    If you only want to put a blog, technical documentation, or a web business card online, a static website generator can save you a lot of work.

    FOSSPicks
    This month Graham checks out OpenRGB, QMPlay2, OctaSine, HiFiBerryOS, Speed Dreams, and much more!

    Tutorial – Setting Up a VPS
    If managing a server on your own network doesn't appeal to you, a virtual private server might be the answer.