Linux Pro Magazine #259 - Print Issue

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Issue #259: Zero Trust

Twenty Years ago, everyone thought a gateway firewall was all you needed to stay safe from intruders, but recent history has told a different story. Today, the best advice is: Don't trust anyone. Your internal network could be just as dangerous as the Internet.

On the DVD: Zorin OS 16.1 Core and Super GRUB2 Disk

Linux Pro Magazine #259 - Print Issue

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News
* Microsoft Expands Their Windows Subsystem for Linux Offerings with AlmaLinux
* Debian 11.3 Released with Numerous Bug and Security Fixes
* The First Alpha of Asahi Linux Is Available
* Zorin OS 16.1 Released with a New Kernel for Better Hardware Compatibility
* Red Hat Adds Common Criteria Certification for RHEL 8.2
* Linux Kernel 5.17 Has Finally Arrived

Kernel News
* Retargeting the Magic SysRq Key
* The Seventh Circle of Bug-Tracking Hell

Zero Trust
The best strategy for network security is to trust no one.

Distro Walk – Pop!_OS
Pop!_OS, known for its innovation, customization, and user-friendliness, features one of the easiest tiling desktop options available.

Twister UI
Twister UI modernizes the Xfce desktop, making it ideal for both new users and old hardware.

Analytics with Python and KDD
The Knowledge Discovery in Data Mining (KDD) method breaks the business of data analytics into easy-to-understand steps.

Command Line – Snort
Detect intruders on your network.

Solving Wordle with Regexes
We'll show you how to solve any Wordle in just a few steps and gain practical experience using grep and regular expressions.

BlueSeer ERP
An open source ERP solution can save you thousands of dollars – in licensing fees as well as customization expenses.

OpenSnitch
Protect yourself from unwanted data leaks.

Tiling Desktops
Minimize clutter with a tiling desktop.

Assembler on Pi
Talk to your Raspberry Pi in its native assembler language.

Pluggable Pi Systems
Ecosystems with pluggable Raspberry Pi modules, sensors, and displays are a great choice if you don't want to solder but still want to extend your hardware.

Doghouse – Strategic Redundancy
Open source software and hardware are the best choice to protect against supply chain disruption.

XMonad Tiling Window Manager
Many users never look back once they get started with a tiling window manager. A close look at XMonad shows why.

FOSSPicks
This month Graham looks at Zotero 6, Conky, Czkawka, Rich, aha, Amazing-QR, horcrux, and more!

Tutorial – Vulkan darktable
The RAW converter Vulkan darktable outpaces its competitors with a modern node-graph-based architecture and massive use of the GPU.

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