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Linux Magazine #200 - Print Issue
The Story of the GPL
This month we celebrate our 200th issue with a special look at the great GNU Public License.
On the DVD: The Complete Linux Voice Archive – ALL 32 Issues of Linux Voice on a searchable DVD!
IN THIS ISSUE:
We bring you the view from the street at Europe's largest FOSS community event in Brussels, Belgium.
Five Log Monitoring Tools
Lightweight monitoring tools can sniff out threats as easily as the larger alternatives, and they take much less time to set up.
The GNU General Public License was born of the simple idea that freedom matters.
For Want of a Printer
An excerpt from the book Free as in Freedom 2.0: Richard Stallman and the Free Software Revolution.
Meet Free Software Pioneer Eben Moglen
We asked former lead counsel for the Free Software Foundation, Eben Moglen, about the legal basis for the GPL's famous copyleft protection and the long, steady effort to tell the world about free software.
Professor Knopper's Lab – Yocto Knoppix
The professor sets the stage for Knoppix on the Raspberry Pi.
Boot Repair Disk
If things go wrong when installing an operating system on a hard drive or solidstate disk, a boot repair disk can get your boot configuration back on its feet.
Programming Snapshot – Pushover
We apply the principles of home security to a login attempt on your SSH server.
Charly's Column – Pi-hole
Charly blocks garish advertising for all computers on his network centrally with the Pi-hole tool, which is not just for Raspberry Pi devices.
Add an extra layer of protection with onetime passwords.
Create advanced maps with tools and resources from the OpenStreetMap service.
A look at some of the latest open hardware projects.
Command Line – Pinning Sources
Debian discourages the use of pinning to set preferences for package repositories, because the practice can have disastrous results.
The unstoppable march of progress.
News with Simon Phipps
It’s not enough to tinker with copyright rules; the whole concept needs reviewing for the digital age.
Choice is good? We've chosen.
Start Your Own FOSS Project
Don’t just consume Free Software – contribute to it! We share the tips and tricks required to start a successful FOSS project.
What are the various factors that contribute toward creating good code?
FAQ – Common Crawl
Download the entire web to kickstart a data science empire.
Ever wondered what's happening inside a virtual machine? Join us for an exciting dive into the deep waters of virtualization.
KDevelop 5.1, Riot.im, Cursynth, QMapShack 1.8, and more.
Tutorials – systemd
Take control of the services running on your Linux machine.
Tutorials – LibreOffice
Discover some hidden and lesser known features in LibreOffice to help you work faster and smarter (and gain extra geek points).