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Issue 2 is out!

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. You can download the DVD via bit torrent.

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 http://shop.linuxvoice.com or your local newsagents to grab your copy. And save money and time by getting a subscription!

 


Contents pages (click for PDF)

This is what fills the 114 pages of issue 2

  • News analysis
  • Distrohopper
  • Gaming on Linux
  • Letters
  • LUGs on tour
  • Show reports on QCon and OCR Raspberry Jamboree
  • Dell XPS 13 review
  • Retrode review
  • Krita 2.8 review
  • PyBorg review
  • SolydXK review
  • Book reviews
  • Group test: text editors
  • Code Android, Javascript and Python
  • Interview: Carrie Anne Philbin, Clive Beale & Ben Nuttall
  • Munich switches to Linux
  • Spotlight on Young Rewired State
  • FAQ: Docker
  • Sysadmin
  • Cloudadmin
  • FOSSpicks
  • Learn how to file bug reports
  • Build a Raspberry Pi arcade machine
  • Make KDE even more awesome
  • Grace Hopper and the UNIVAC
  • Conquer UEFI
  • Python: Building fractals
  • Key distribution explained
  • Your first kernel module
  • Using Filezilla
  • An introduction to SSH
  • DVD pages
  • /dev/random

 

 

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