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Discover the open source world of streaming as we fire up Open Broadcaster Software, compile it for the Raspberry Pi and broadcast ourselves and our Linux desktops to the world on YouTube, Twitch and even our own self-hosted platform.
PLUS: Terminal CPU testing, Nomacs image editor, VirtualBox network basics, emulate the Acorn Electron, build a Docusaurus, VPNs exposed, open source office suites, build a securer web apps, design PCBs, get more from the Pi HQ Camera and more!
Raspberry Pi Streaming
Camera shy Jonni Bidwell conquers his fears as he harnesses the power of open source to live-stream his extravagant lifestyle. (Jonni Bidwell) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Behind the VPN veil
If you take your privacy seriously then you need to take virtual private networks seriously. David Rutland goes off the record, on the QT and very hush-hush. (David Rutland) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Repair and restore
Fixit-bot Jonni Bidwell activates a hand-picked selection of rescue distros to diagnose and cure diverse Linux problems. (Jonni Bidwell) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
VPN audio notifications are reactivated, group password management advice and how to run Linux from a USB stick. Plus systemd timers are explained. (Neil Bothwick) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Alexander Tolstoy ignores the pain of Russia crashing out of Euro 2020 by providing the lastest FOSS gems, including Inkscape, Maestrial, Cinnamon, Qmplay2, GitQlient, Gifski, FreeTube, Open Surge, Quantum Game 2, YOGA and Cpufetch. (Alexander Tolstoy) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Will Windows 11 play nice with Linux? AMD releases open source upscaling tech, the only community-owned CentOS alternative makes its debut, while Intel makes a $2 billion offer for a semiconductor startup. (Matt Hanson) Available as a PDF to subscribers.