Interview with Graham

April 17, 2014

Slashdot have interviewed Linux Voice’s Graham Morrison to find out what our magazine’s all about. Get a sneaky peak into Graham’s life and his room full of synthesisers:

Gaming session

March 7, 2014

We’re celebrating the sucess of issue 1 with a Steam gaming session. We’re going to be playing Team Fortress 2 on Monday night at 8.30pm (UK time). We’ve picked this (more…)

Games games games!

March 5, 2014

If you like playing games and you like Linux, you should check out the new Linux Voice steam group (thanks Huw!). Pop in and say hi, or wreak fiery vengeance (more…)

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History of computing part 1

April 14, 2014

Ada Lovelace and the Analytical Engine

Use the Linux Voice time machine to take a trip to Victorian England, and visit one of the pioneers of the computer age.

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Python Drawing Competition

April 8, 2014

Issue 2 is out!

March 27, 2014

Competition time

March 11, 2014

Issue 1

March 5, 2014


Latest: Podcast Season 2 Episode 7

April 17, 2014

 Podcast RSS feeds: Ogg Vorbis, MP3 and Opus.

Title: The face is a penguin

In this episode: Heartbleed has disrupted online security. Edward Snowden used Linux. A new Civilization game is coming to Linux. Canonical has cancelled Ubuntu One and there’s a new Raspberry Pi. We’ve also got a rather good finds section, some neurons and a polemic Voice of the Masses.


Voice of the Masses: Should Gnome Foundation just focus on Gnome? (April 14, 2014)
Podcast Season 2 Episode 6 (April 3, 2014)
Voice of the Masses: X/Mir/Wayland – do you care? (March 28, 2014)
Podcast Season 2 Episode 5 (March 13, 2014)
Voice of the Masses: Best distro for older users? (March 10, 2014)

Latest Issue

Issue 2 is out!

March 27, 2014

Issue 2 is in UK newsagents now. It’s also our first issue available on US newsstands (try Barnes & Noble at the end of April). Of course, it’s also making its way around the globe to all the same locations as issue 1, so keep an eye out.
We’ve got features on learning to code on lots of different platforms, the city of Munich switching to Linux (despite Ballmer’s direct intervention) and how wonderful Young Rewired State is. There are tutorials on bug reporting, building an arcade machine, drawing fractals and UNIVAC, as used by our cover star – Grace Hopper.
Issue 2 comes with an 8GB dual-layer DVD, and we’ve stuffed it full! There’s the 3.7GB nine desktop version of Mageia 4, freedom-loving gNewSense 3.1, videos, podcasts and much of the software mentioned in the magazine.
Remember: Linux Voice has 114 pages and gives 50% of its profits back to the FOSS community. If you like what you see, head to or your local newsagents to grab your copy. And save money and time by getting a subscription!


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