Linux Pro Magazine - Back Issue #151

Quick Overview

Brain in the Desktop

The Nepomuk semantic desktop has matured with the KDE 4 series. We look at how you can use Nepomuk to structure information about the files, folders, and applications on your system. Then, discover Qt build tool Qmake, social media data mining, and the e-commerce services of eBay and Amazon.

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Linux Pro Magazine - Back Issue #151

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Cover Stories:

  • Nepomuk; Master RDFs, URIs, ontologies, and KDE tags to unlock the semantic web.
  • Qmake for Qt: See if Qmake trumps Cmake in your build environment.
  • Open-Xchange and Zarafa: Merge data from social web services in your groupware software.
  • e-Commerce APIs: Build a custom online shop with eBay and Amazon APIs.

Also in this issue:

  • Table of Contents
  • Comment: Features
  • On the DVD: openSUSE 12.3
  • DVD Inlay
  • News
  • Tech Tools: RunRev Releases Open Source Version of LiveCode; HP Launches Moonshot Server; Offensive Security Releases Kali Linux; TeamViewer Version 8 for Linux Now Available
  • Ask Klaus: Knoppix creator Klaus Knopper untangles MBRs, VBRs, and GRUB’s rightful place; then, he proposes a way to recover files from a proprietary filesystem.
  • I-Nex System Info Tool: Gather and view hardware information in a handy GUI.
  • Logstash: Stop hopping from one logfile to the next when troubleshooting. Logstash log server consolidates logs and has analysis tools, too.
  • Charly’s Column – Munin: Monitor you SNMP-compatible devices with the Munin system monitoring tool.
  • Security Lessons – Ruby Tools: We look at tools to keep your Ruby on Rails code secure.
  • Perl – Vagrant Package: Command-line management of VMs in VirtualBox.
  • Jekyll: This simple template engine lets you create blogs and static web pages without the use of PHP or a database.
  • Fractal Fr0st: Fractal Fr0st uses Flam3 to generate fascinating fractals.
  • Workspace – Gallery Apps: Lightweight photo-sharing options.
  • Command Line – Aria2: Fast downloads from the command line.
  • flareGet Download Manager: A multiprotocol downloader with an informative GUI.
  • Ardour3 Digital Audio Workstation: Discover this full-featured DAW.
  • WordPress Administration: Manage multiple blogs.
  • Doghouse – Device Drivers: Teaching students to write device drivers will help them learn the skills they need to succeed with much larger projects.
  • Kernel News: The Perl kernel build dependency, the linuxnext tree, and Linus on Microsoft keys.

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