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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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Arcade Machine

August 15, 2014

Build a Raspberry Pi Arcade Machine

Relive the golden majesty of the 80s with a little help from a marvel of the current decade.

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Programmers Tools

August 1, 2014

Bitcoin

July 25, 2014

Linux Voice

July 21, 2014

Arch Linux

July 18, 2014



Podcasts

Latest: Voice of the Masses: What is your #1 reason for using Linux?

August 18, 2014

Our next podcast will be recorded in a few days — a bit later than usual, due to the summer holidays, but rest assured it’ll be a scorcher. And for this episode’s Voice of the Masses section, we want to hear from you: what is your main reason for running GNU/Linux?

Perhaps it’s the operating system’s famed stability, or its solid track record in security. Maybe you love the freedom that the GPL brings, or you just got damn sick of dealing with Windows problems. You might be a developer and love all of the tools and compilers that are easily available.

In any case, let us know what’s top of your list, and we’ll read out the best comments in our upcoming recording!

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Podcast Season 2 Episode 14 (July 31, 2014)
Voice of the Masses: What was your first Linux distro? (July 28, 2014)
Podcast Season 2 Episode 13 (July 17, 2014)
Voice of the Masses: What software combination do you run? (July 15, 2014)
Podcast Season 2 Episode 12 (June 30, 2014)




Latest Issue

Issue 6

August 6, 2014

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This issue, we look at eight of our favourite Raspberry Pi projects that help you get the most out of your little computer. Whether you’re interested in space, programming or the dark art of penetration testing, you’re bound to find something of interest.

 

Discover how to defend the internet with Tor relays, take a look how Slackware why continued to stay relevant in the face of wave after wave of newer distros, learn to paint masterpieces using Krita and find out how Wayland, the next generation graphics server, is coming along.

 
In the turotials section you can learn to build robotic weapons, craft ebooks, manage packages, program in Python. Oh, and did we mention robotic weapons?
 

Issue 6 is making its way to subscribers around the world now, and has just hit newsstands in the UK (WHSmith high street 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.

 
You can download the ISO of the free DVD that comes with issue 6 from http://www.linuxvoice.com/torrents/lv006.iso.torrent
 

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