Building a Linux distro is easier that you think, and we show you how. Whether you want more eye candy, or nothing but a terminal, you can tailor your very own OS as much or as little as you like.
We take a look at the rise of open hardware, peer back through the mists of time and discover how Linux gaming became the phenomenon that it is today, and build a remote control for an XBMC-powered smart hifi. You can put your skills to the test with our challenge which this month is all about password cracking. There’s a round up of Raspberry Pi distros, a guide to stop motion animation, an interview with Red Hat’s Jan Wildeboer, and much more. Take a look at the contents spread below for a full list.
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