Linux Pro Magazine #169 - Print Issue

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Issue #169 (Dec 2014) New Start For Android Security

A sneak peek at security features in the upcoming Android L release.

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New Android Security
Google announced that Android L will be far more secure than its predecessors. The new version supports SE Linux and includes SamsungÕs Knox security framework.

ECMAScript 6
The ECMAScript 6 language helps you avoid vendor lock-in and eliminates many historical problems associated with JavaScript.

Interested in downloading stock quotes from the Internet in machine-readable form? This cool tool retrieves data from websites and wraps it in JSON format.

The Flask micro framework emerged from an April FoolÕs prank, but this simple and easy web development aid is no joke.

Stat-like Tools for Admins
ASCII tools can be lifesavers when they provide the only access you have to a misbehaving server.

Ask Klaus!
Answers to your Linux questions.

This handy app lets you add GUI-like dialog boxes to your custom shell scripts.

Optical discs vary greatly in quality. Use QPxTool to check for errors that might result in data loss.

Charly: Air Traffic Control
Charly tracks airplanes flying overhead.

Discourse Forum Framework
Bringing civilized discussion to the Internet

Perl: Network Monitoring
Automatically monitor your home network.

Display Facebook streams at the command line, and even post and comment messages.

Command Line: Calendar Tools
We take a spin through several personal calendar apps that you can manage from the command line.

Krita Project
Krita began as a hobby but became one of free softwareÕs success stories.

Create slideshows and other presentations quickly and easily Ð with no compatibility issues.

Workspace: ExifTool
ExifTool can be daunting. We show how to use this popular tool for editing photographic metadata.

Doghouse: Product Testing
maddog tells a tale illustrating the importance of thorough product testing.

Kernel News
Extending containers, random number generators, and printk().

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Linux Pro Magazine #168 - Print Issue

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