Download Linux Voice issue 10

Issue 10 of Linux Voice is now nine months old, so we’re releasing it under the Creative Commons BY-SA license. You can share and modify all content from the magazine (apart from adverts), providing you credit Linux Voice as the original source and retain the same license.

Highlights in this issue: how Linux beats Windows 10; fix Grub problems; understand how Systemd works; master the i3 tiling window manager; and do cool stuff with your Raspberry Pi. Plus many more tutorials, features and interviews — 116 pages in total!

Click the image below to download the complete magazine PDF, or if you prefer ePub, get it here (31MB). Scroll on for individual article PDFs, and if you like what you see, click here to subscribe from just £38 for 12 Linux and FOSS-packed issues!

Full issue (70MB)

Download individual articles:

  • News analysis: PDF
  • Distrohopper – Picaros, BackBox, Netrunner, Knoppix: PDF
  • Gaming On Linux: PDF
  • Mailserver – your letters: PDF
  • LUGs on tour: PDF
  • Show report – OggCamp: PDF
  • Feature: How Linux beats Windows 10: PDF
  • Feature: Raspberry Pi Model A+: PDF
  • Feature: Litigation vs Free Software: PDF
  • Feature: The Linux Voice Awards 2015: PDF
  • FAQ: OpenRISC: PDF
  • Review: Ubuntu 14.10: PDF
  • Review: FRITZ!Box 7490: PDF
  • Review: OpenBSD 5.6: PDF
  • Review: Google Cardboard: PDF
  • Book Reviews: Citizen Four, Jaquard’s Web and Metasploit: The Penetration Tester’s Guide: PDF
  • Group test: Lightweight distros: PDF
  • Core technology: File access controls: PDF
  • FOSSPicks: PDF
  • Tutorial: The i3 tiling window manager: PDF
  • Tutorial: Raspberry Pi – simple forms of input: PDF
  • Tutorial: Write once and publish anywhere with Markdown: PDF
  • Tutorial: Get the most out of Systemd: PDF
  • Tutorial: Fix Grub 2 boot problems: PDF
  • Coding: Atlas – the UK’s first supercomputer: PDF
  • Coding: Make your own Julia fractals in Python: PDF
  • Code ninja: Stdin and stdout: PDF
  • Coding: Robocode: PDF
  • Masterclass: Ripping DVDs: PDF
  • /dev/random – final thoughts, musings and reflections: PDF

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