Linux Pro Magazine #218 - Print Issue

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Issue #218: Navigation – Free services that extend OpenStreetMap

A free mapping service is a wonderful thing, but you might not find all the information you need in OpenStreetMap's standard view. A number of other free mapping projects extend and enhance OpenStreetMap data to add new features and services. This month, we tour some useful mapping tools based on OpenStreetMap.

On the DVD: Ubuntu 18.10 and Fedora 29

Linux Pro Magazine #218 - Print Issue

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* Kernel Disposal – Nuke those old kernels taking up space on your hard drive.
* Out of Memory Killer – This important component keeps the kernel from running out of memory – but is there a better way?
* Makerspace – This month includes a lesson in wearables.
* Linux Voice – Learn about the dark market for security exploits.

* IBM Acquires Red Hat
* Fedora 29 and Ubuntu 18.10 Released
* Redis Labs Modules Forked
* Microsoft Offers Its Patent Portfolio

Kernel News
* Linus Returns to the Kernel
* Coscheduling and Intel Vulnerabilities

2018 OS Summit
The European leg of the Open Source Summit took place at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre on October 22-24, 2018. The conference was co-located with the Embedded Linux Conference and the OpenIoT Summit.

OSM-Based Online Services
A variety of online services rely on the data collected by the OpenStreetMap project. This article introduces you to the most useful options.

Zorin OS
If you are looking to migrate from Windows and Mac OS to Linux, but you still need Windows compatibility and applications, Zorin OS might be the solution.

Getting Rid of Old Kernels
When you update the kernel, the old version remains on the disk. If you clean up, the reward could be several hundred megabytes of freed space.

Command Line – CSS
Cascading Style Sheets can provide a sophisticated layout for articles and books. A few tips will help you get started.

Charly's Column – Hue and Rasp Pi
Since his TrÂdfri Smarthome article over a year ago, sys admin columnist Charly has been receiving messages from readers with two questions: "Can you do that with the Philips' Hue system?" and "Can this also be done with a normal brightness sensor?" Yes and yes!

Programming Snapshot – termui
Even command-line lovers appreciate a classic terminal UI. Mike Schilli shows how to whip up a Go program that dynamically displays network interfaces and IPs.

OOM Killer
When a Linux system runs out of memory, a special agent called the out-of-memory killer rushes to its aid.

FIDO2 authentication with WebAuthn may be sounding the end of the password age.

The GoPiGo3 kit provides components and software for a small robot car with a Raspberry Pi brain.

Open Hardware – Palitra
This special portable keyboard is designed for entering keyboard shortcuts.

Wearable Tech
Create some interesting wearable projects with an Android device, an armband case, headphones, and MIT's free App Inventor package.

This month in Linux Voice

Doghouse – IoT
In conjunction with Caninos Loucos, maddog helps develop a hardware platform for the Brazilian IoT project.

Communication on the Internet is not as secure as you might think. We show you how to eliminate curious eavesdroppers.

Military-Malware Complex
Modern cyberwarfare and its resulting monetary allocations have significantly impacted the exploit market.

This month Graham looks as, musikcube, Whalebird, and more.

Tutorial – Plasma
Get started with KDE's powerful desktop.

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