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June 13, 2014

If you’ve not yet tried Linux Voice, you’re missing out on the most in-depth tutorials, features, reviews and interviews in the GNU/Linux and Free Software world. Every issue is packed (more…)

Python Gallery

May 29, 2014

In issue 2 we challenged you to create the best drawing you could in 100 lines of Python using just the turtle module. These are the results, and we think (more…)

Learn to love Vim

May 21, 2014

Find Vim scary? Don’t understand why people love it so much? Check out our video and get on the path to text editing enlightenment…

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September 5, 2014

FAQ: Docker

The ultimate deployment tool, or just another tech fad?



September 1, 2014

House Price Analysis

August 25, 2014

Arcade Machine

August 15, 2014

Programmers Tools

August 1, 2014


Latest: Podcast Season 2 Episode 16

September 15, 2014


 Podcast RSS feeds: Ogg Vorbis, MP3 and Opus.

Title: Ghost in the machine

In this episode: The NHS dumps Oracle for an open source solution. Five million GMail account details have been leaked. There’s a MEGAsync GUI client for Linux and the Free Software Foundation and Debian are getting together to help with a free software hardware database. We’ve got are usual array of finds, possibly a neuron or three and a rather complex Voice of the Masses.


Voice of the Masses: Do you like systemd? (September 9, 2014)
Podcast Season 2 Episode 15 (August 21, 2014)
Voice of the Masses: What is your #1 reason for using Linux? (August 18, 2014)
Podcast Season 2 Episode 14 (July 31, 2014)
Voice of the Masses: What was your first Linux distro? (July 28, 2014)

Latest Issue

Issue 7

September 4, 2014

lv7-coverWhat’s the best Linux distro available right now? It’s a thorny question, but our intrepid band of reporters tackle it head on by investigating some of the best loved Linuxes and seeing how they compare.


It’s not all controversial flame-bait though. We also take a look at what you can expect in KDE 5, play with a brand new model B+ Pi (and try to break an old model B), reverse engineer a toy car, get to grips with UDP, learn how to get the most out of Bash and more. There’s far too much in the 115 pages of Linux joy to mention here, so click on the image below to see the full contents spread.

Issue 7 is making its way to subscribers around the world now, and has just hit newsstands in the UK (WHSmith high street and travel stores, Sainsbury’s, Morrisons, McColls/Martin’s). It will be in Barnes and Noble in the USA soon, along with Eason in Ireland and independent newsagents in Canada, Australia and many other countries.


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