Linux Pro Magazine #183 - Print Issue

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Issue #183: Securing Linux

Secure your system from the first boot, and know how to find the evidence if you’re ever attacked.

On the DVD: netrunner OS and Knoppix 7.6

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Linux Pro Magazine #183 - Print Issue

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Host-Based IDS
A host-based intrusion detection system is a simple but powerful tool for finding traces of an attacker’s footprint.

Securing Linux
When you set up a new Linux server, take a few extra steps to ensure the system is truly secure.

Tool Tips
Tool tests on the fast track.

Modern SQL
Discover the state of the art in modern SQL databases.

DocBook XML Publishing
Three documentation tools: DAPS, Publican, and Yelp.

Charly: Gatling
A lightweight web server that can accommodate old PCs and nanocomputers.

Ask Klaus!
Strategies for getting around flash drive limitations and updating OSs on flash drives.

Version 4.4 of this free digital audio workstation impresses with optimum stability and well-conceived, functional extensions.

Perl: Producing Labels
Bring order to chaos with Dymo LabelWriter and Perl.

Manage membership data, events, appointments, and participants online.

Calc Conditional Formatting
Integrate graphical information alongside the data it represents.

Command Line – Users and Groups
Create and maintain multiple accounts and manage your system more effectively.

Workspace – Geofix
Record and track locations and build a simple Python-based app in the process.

Video Conferencing
Jitsi video and audio conferences in web browsers.

Group directories or hard disks on a union filesystem to create a single, large, virtual filesystem.

Doghouse: Raspberry Pi Zero
Just chill. You’ll get one.

Event Report: SUSECon 2015
Highlights from Amsterdam.

Open Arts
Open source hardware and software in the arts.

openSUSE Tumbleweed
Richard Brown on the rolling release process.

Kernel News
Reports on kernel communities, conundrums, and controversies.

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