Linux Pro Magazine #159 - Print Issue

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Firefox OS vs. Android

This month we size up the new Firefox OS mobile system and study some techniques for data recovery.

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Linux Pro Magazine #159 - Print Issue

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Also in this issue:

  • Firefox OS vs. Android: The Mozilla foundation is on a mission to bring open platforms into the mobile space.
  • Data Recovery Services: Nothing protects your data like a well-conceived system of backups. However, no backup system is perfect. If all else fails, send your disk to a data recovery service.
  • Data Rescue: Armed with just standard Linux tools, users can recover files, resurrect partitions, and rescue damaged media.
  • Comment: Beyond the Edge
  • On the DVD: Linux Mint 16
  • News
  • DHCP and DNS on Rasp Pi: Set up the versatile Raspberry Pi to provide important home network services.
  • Duplicati: The free backup tool Duplicati simplifies cloud backup and provides strong cryptography.
  • Perl – Arduino Project: The Perlmeister trains a Linux computer with an Arduino board to switch electrical equipment.
  • Charly – Backup2l: Charly use to use backup2l to back up the family data. Now he has something manageable.
  • Security Lessons: Tips and tools to help you detect intrusion and data corruption.
  • Ask Klaus! Klaus Knopper answers your Linux questions.
  • SDL 2.0: Simple DirectMedia Layer (SDL) underpins many games and multimedia applications.
  • Qubes OS: Experts have tried many approaches for creating a secure operating system. Newcomer Qubes OS relies on a microkernel and pervasive virtualization.
  • Wifislax 4.6: The Wifislax Slackware derivative helps detect wifi vulnerabilities.
  • Media Sharing with MediaCrush: MediaCrush offers anonymous video and image uploads.
  • Workspace – WordPress: Transform WordPress into a powerful writing environment.
  • Shotcut Video Editor: Edit videos, add effects, and stitch material together to create a new movie.
  • Command Line – KDE Kiosk: KDE Kiosk lets administrators control user environments, including settings, themes, and access to the command shell.
  • Kernel News: Switching user creds, make menuconfig, VFS attacks, chroot breakouts, and trusted computing maintainers.
  • Doghouse – Twenty Years: maddog reflects on his 20 years as an advocate for Linux and open source.

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