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Distros
News
by Rob Zwetsloot
Mageia 3 has finally been released after a two week delay, fixing the installation bugs of the release candidate, and bringing with it updates and refinements over Mageia 2

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Distros
News
by Rob Zwetsloot
Linux Mint 15’s release candidate is now out, with major improvements to MDM, Cinnamon, MATE and more

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News
by Rob Zwetsloot
Firefox 21 includes new social aspects for desktop, as well as new fonts and better HTML 5 support on Android

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News
Raspberry Pi
by Rob Zwetsloot
The long-awaited Camera for Raspberry Pi is now available from RS Components and Element14

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Features
Programming
by Jon Masters
Jon Masters summarises the latest happenings in the Linux kernel community

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Programming
Raspberry Pi
Tutorials
by Liam Fraser
Learn how to relay the input from a USB keyboard to a Bluetooth-capable device using the Raspberry Pi

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News
by Russell Barnes
As the curtain was lifted on the 126th issue of Linux User & Developer it came to our attention that there’s a fault with the DVD supplied with the magazine…

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Programming
Reviews
by Gareth Halfacree
A fully functional low-cost single-board computer with dual Gigabit Ethernet and two USB 3.0 ports, is the MiraBox an ARM-based miracle?

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Features
by Simon Brew
Human beings are still worth cherishing, even if the computer can do it all, argues Simon

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Programming
Tutorials
by Kunal Deo
Make your own private cloud so you can access your files from any device, including PCs, smartphones and tablets, from anywhere in the world…

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Features
Programming
by Richard Hillesley
Mono was never going to be an easy fit for the Linux desktop. Users didn’t like it, and neither did the developers, and not simply for coding reasons. Richard Hillesley takes a looks at its complicated history

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