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Linux User & Developer 114 is out now!

by Russell Barnes

Find out what’s happening in the latest edition of Linux User & Developer magazine. Buy it in all good newsagents or online. Regular readers can subscribe and save 30% on the retail price and – good news – you can now grab Linux User on Android courtesy of Zinio!

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Develop with Raspberry Pi
Program with Python and build a tiny web server

Still haven’t got a Raspberry Pi?
Virtualise a Pi while you wait

Monitor & graph your network
Take control of your network with Cacti

The new Chromium OS tested
Is the Aura window manager a game-changer?

Do science with Python
Create the ultimate environment for scientific programming

Also inside
- HTC One X reviewed
- Caldera – the one that got away
- Finish building your Django blog
- Take a tour of the new Mozilla offices in London

…and much more!

Linux User & Developer 114 is out now!
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    • Nils Stickan

      Hi, cant buy issue 114 online…??? not in the imagenshop!!!

    • http://cern.ch/wbell/ William H. Bell

      Hi,

      Would it be possible to bundle

      http://www.themagpi.com/

      with the Linux User & Developer ? At the moment there is no hard copy of the Mag Pi, while many people have expressed interest.

      Thanks and best regards, Will

    • Stef

      Just read article on Caldera OpenLinux, which certainly provides a guide to how NOT to do business. I mean, fighting a war on multiple fronts caused enormous problems. I mean, pissing off GNU GPL, Novell, UNIX and then Linux itself. Great run down by Richard, enjoyed the article immensely.
      Thanks.
      Stef
      Adelaide

    • John

      Aargh.
      Can’t find the DVD contents to check whether your Precise ‘Buntus are 64-bit!
      John