Linux Pro Magazine #205 - Digital Issue

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Issue #205: Bitkey

The mysterious world of cryptocurrency is quickly becoming part of everyday life. If you've been around computers and the Internet for the past five years, chances are you're either using Bitcoin or you're curious about it. This month we look at BitKey, a Debian-based Linux designed to serve in a hyper-secure Bitcoin cold storage environment.

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* Hardware Analysis Tools – we study some leading Linux tools for diagnosing hardware problems.
* HDF5 – this hierarchical filesystem supports several programming languages and is ideal for Big Data and machine learning environments.

This issue also unveils our new MakerSpace section, with articles on a Raspberry Pi access point and a tool for building an HPC cluster with tiny Pi Zero computers.

* Kubernetes 1.8 announced * Final Ubuntu Desktop 17.10 Beta arrives
* Linus Torvalds invites attackers to join the kernel community
* Oracle donates Java EE to the Eclipse Foundation
* Microsoft is building a programming language for quantum computers

Kernel News
* Replacing the random number generator
* Checking when a process dumps core
* Fixing filesystem security issues
* Adding build dependencies to clean the source tree

BitKey and Bitcoin
Bitcoin is the king of cryptocurrencies, which makes it attractive prey for Internet predators. BitKey is a Live Linux distribution designed to ensure that your Bitcoin wallet stays protected.

OpenStack Pike
The quintessential open source cloud platform unveils a new development model with its latest release.

Hardware Analysis Tools
If your hardware is causing trouble, good advice can be hard to find, but Linux users have a number of easily installed analysis tools to help systematically track down the root cause of problems.

The smenu tool reduces the effort necessary for creating a shell menu to one line, with numerous options for a wide range of design alternatives.

HDF5 is a flexible, self-describing, and portable hierarchical filesystem supported by a number of languages and tools, with the ability to run processes in parallel.

46 Programming Snapshot &nadsh; Markov Chains
Markov chains model systems that jump from state to state with predetermined probabilities.

Command Line &nadsh; Hacking Free Fonts
Thanks to OpenType and HarfBuzz, you can now modify fonts like a designer.

Professor Knopper's Lab &nadsh; Knoppix 8.1
Creator Klaus Knopper talks about changes in the latest edition of Knoppix, and offers a glimpse at some of the problems he faces when producing a new Knoppix version.

Charly's Column &nadsh; RTV
Facebook is not the only place you can chat. In Reddit, you can do without a web browser and use the RTV tool, which can even display photos and videos on plain text consoles.

Pony Programming Language
This object-oriented programming language delivers secure, highperformance code for concurrent applications.


Wireless APs with Ubuntu Core
Set up a wireless access point with a Raspberry Pi 3, Ubuntu Core, and snaps.

Rasp Pi ClusterHAT
An inexpensive, small, portable, lowpower cluster suitable for HPC.

Open Hardware &nadsh; Librem 5
This crowd-funded project aims to create a completely free phone to keep your data and communications private.

This month in Linux Voice.

Privacy and Re-Decentralization
Learning lessons from the business success of Linux and applying them to privacy.

Doghouse &nadsh; FOSS Activist
Even if you aren't a programmer, you can help spread the word about Free and Open Source Software and Hardware.

Web Security Dojo
Protecting your own websites from attack either costs a lot of money or requires a lot of expertise. Web Security Dojo helps you learn to think like an expert.

Graham Morrison looks at VCV Rack, Audible Instruments, TripleA, Neofetch 3.3.0, TripleA, Eolie 0.9, and more!

Tutorials &nadsh; Devilspie2
Stop battling your window manager to position things as you like – make scripts do all the hard work!

SUSE travels to Prague to celebrate its 25th anniversary.

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