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Issue 250 (June 2019) - Hack your Chromebook

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Hack your Chromebook! Get the most from these low-cost, super powerful, Linux-powered devices as we show you how to put the full Tux back into your Chrome OS device, getting more power and more privacy. It might even tempt you to buy one!

PLUS: We test the best in rescue distros, get more from our webcams, explore better Linux gaming with Steam and Lutris, run our own thin clients, build a better find command, control servos and LEDs, discover how Linux is powering better hearing aids and how open source can rescue children.

 Features

Hack your Chromebook

(Jonni Bidwell)

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I see you...

Tamsin Oxford investigates the AI platform that never stops searching for missing children: GMCNgine – built to behave like a parent. (Tamsin Oxford)

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Answers

recover your root password, Gimp load times, $home sharing, restart init services, SSH blocked, Config files (Neil Bothwick)

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Interview: Hear me now

Jonni Bidwell takes a break from his frantic conference snacking schedule to interview audiophiles and gentlemen, 64 Studio - Daniel James and Chris Obbard. (Jonni Bidwell)

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 Coverdisc

DVD pages

Solus 4.0, Sparky 5.7 (Jonni Bidwell)

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Hotpicks

OpenSnitch, Ananicy, PDFsam, TLP, Geary, File Commander, Bookworm, Escape Space, Mr. Rescue, Apart GTK, Falkon (Alexander Tolstoy)

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 Tutorials

Lutris

Manage your game collection (John Knight)

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Terminal - dmidecode

Hardware information (Shashank Sharma)

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Get more from Steam Controllers and Steam VR

(Jonni Bidwell)

Available as a PDF to subscribers.

Berry terminal - thin clients

(Christian Cawley)

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Administeria

Dtrace and Pyroute2 (Valentin Sinitsyn)

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Pulse width modulation

flashing LEDs and moving servos (Sean Conway)

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Tweak your Raspbian config

(Christian Cawley)

Available as a PDF to subscribers.

DAKboard: Create an information radiator

(Les Pounder)

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 Coding Academy

InfluxDB

(Mihalis Tsoukalos)

Available as a PDF to subscribers.

Bash: write a better find

(John Schwartzman)

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 Reviews

Solus 4.0

(Mayank Sharma)

Available as a PDF to subscribers.

Nvidia Jetson AGX Xavier dev kit

(Linux Format)

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ExTiX 19.3

(Mayank Sharma)

Available as a PDF to subscribers.

Condres OS 2019.03

(Mayank Sharma)

Available as a PDF to subscribers.

MAX30105 Multi sensor

(Les Pounder)

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Rescue distros

AIO System Rescue Toolkit, ALT Linux Rescue, MorpheusArch, SystemRescueCd, Ultimate Boot CD (Shashank Sharma)

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 More

News: News

Ubuntu 19.04 is imminent, Firefox 66 flies in, Snap up Visual Studio Code, Valve going VR?, nano 4.0 squabbles (Matt Hanson)

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News: Pi news

Official Pi keyboard and mouse, Devs love the Pi, new Mathematica projects (Les Pounder)

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News: Kernel Watch

A.out is out, Kernel 5.1, AMD Epyc performance (Jon Masters)

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