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Linux Magazine #247 - Print Issue

Linux Magazine #247 - Print Issue

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Post-Quantum Encryption

Quantum computers are still at the experimental stage, but mathematicians have already discovered some quantum-based algorithms that will demolish the best of our current encryption methods. What better time to look for quantum encryption alternatives?

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    IN THIS ISSUE: 

    Kernel News
    * "Welcoming" a New Kernel Developer
    * An Ancient Feature Goes Belly Up

    Quantum Computing and Encryption
    The encryption methods we use today are no match for tomorrow's quantum computers. We'll show you why and what's ahead for cryptography in the post-quantum era.

    Distro Walk – Knoppix
    Knoppix, a portable operating system and rescue disk, continues to evolve.

    distri
    The experimental distri research project investigates ways to speed up package management.

    Command Line – Installers
    Testing cutting-edge applications may require learning about the installer first.

    DTLS – Encryption for UDP
    TLS encryption is wonderful if it is running over a reliable transport protocol like TCP; but if your needs call for the less reliable UDP transport, you'd better start learning about DTLS.

    JSON Deep Dive
    JSON data format is a standard feature of today's Internet. We'll take a close look at JSON format and explore some tools for reading and manipulating JSON data.

    dgamelaunch
    Set up a server to play Roguelike games and preserve a piece of gaming history.

    Charly's Column – Zint
    Doing a hardware inventory in a data center is never easy. Charly uses Zint to provide each newly acquired system with a QR code sticker.

    Programming Snapshot – fsnotify
    Inotify lets applications subscribe to change notifications in the filesystem. Mike Schilli uses the cross-platform fsnotify library to detect what's happening.

    ARM64 Assembly and GPIO
    Reading, writing, and arithmetic with the Raspberry Pi in ARM64 assembly language.

    Pi OS 2020-12-02
    The latest Raspberry Pi OS adds the PulseAudio sound server and a print manager.

    Zenity
    Add a dialog box to your command-line app.

    Doghouse – Code Longevity
    Maddog discusses the long history of text editors and the RAND message handling system.

    EdUBudgie
    EdUBudgie Linux is an Ubuntu clone created by a teacher and aimed directly at the education market.

    Kit Scenarist
    Creative writers take note! Kit Scenarist is a free application designed to simplify the process of writing a screenplay.

    FOSSPicks
    This month Graham looks at SonoBus, NewsFlash, Kinto.sh, RetroShare, Emilia Pinball, and much more!

    Tutorial – Obsidian
    Obsidian helps you work more effectively by giving you a tool to record, connect, and catalog your ideas and notes.