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Issue 253 (Summer 2019) - Stop the snoopers!

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From mega corporations to insidious social media firms and never forget the creeping menace of state actors, all trying to hoover up, store and monetize your online identity from your internet activity. From monitoring your browsing to trying to break your encryption these despicable players can be thwarted and blocked by the open source world and Linux Format.

Plus geneology with Gramps, OnlyOffice and OwnCloud, open source fonts, live plotting in the terminal, better databases, the best photo managers, music production and loads more projects!

 Features

Stop the snoopers

(Jonni Bidwell)

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Linux music production

(John Knight)

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Answers

NTFS errors, browsing system stats, moving home again, mobile remote access, text wrapping and clipboards (Neil Bothwick)

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Interview: Do you CVE, what I CVE?

Wind River Systems’ David Reyna talks to Jonni Bidwell about keeping the embedded space safe – and also fixing robots on Mars. (Jonni Bidwell)

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 Coverdisc

DVD pages

Tails 3.1.4.2, KDE neon 5.16, PCLinuxOS 6.2019 (Jonni Bidwell)

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Hotpicks

Slate, Celluloid, Cumulus, GParted, Ranger, Ffsend, Drawpile, XMoto.js, Minetest, Draco Wizardli (Alexander Tolstoy)

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 Tutorials

Manage fonts in Ubuntu

(Nick Peers)

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Live plotting data

(Andrew Davison)

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Build a self-hosted OnlyOffice

(Aaron Peters)

Available as a PDF to subscribers.

Gramps - record your family history

(Nick Peers)

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TMSU: tagging made easy

(Shashank Sharma)

Available as a PDF to subscribers.

Json - API access for train times

(Les Pounder)

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NAgios - monitor your network

(Christian Cawley)

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 Coding Academy

Parsing tricks with Go

(Mihalis Tsoukalos)

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MariaDB getting started

(Stuart Burns)

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 Reviews

OpenMandriva Lx 4.0

(Mayank Sharma)

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ArcoLinux 19.06

(Mayank Sharma)

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Zorin OS 15 Core

(Mayank Sharma)

Available as a PDF to subscribers.

Total War: Three Kingdoms

(Linux Format)

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Raspberry Pi 4

(Les Pounder)

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GameShell kit

(Christian Cawley)

Available as a PDF to subscribers.

Piper Computer Kit

(Christian Cawley)

Available as a PDF to subscribers.

Photo managers

digiKam, gThumb, Picty, Shotwell, XnView MP (Mike Bedford)

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 More

News: News

Ubuntu is doing what ti 32-bit libraries? Mozilla enhances Android firefox. India makes RISC-V CPUs. NSA submit Core boot code. Bluetooth gets an upgrade and Mozilla put up for evil award. (Matt Hanson)

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News: Kernel news

Jon gets his work in late again, talks maintainer jobs and kernel 5.2rc8. (Jon Masters)

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News: Pi news

11-year old Avye introduces and the Pi 4 is released. (Les Pounder)

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