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Tutorials on tweaking Gnome, archiving files, mixing Mono and POSIX, scripting KDE with DCOP, fixing network problems and virtualisation with VirtualBox
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We all love Free Software, but sometimes it just doesn't work quite how we want it to. Team LXF put their heads together to figure out the top problems that people face on a daily basis, and went about fixing them for you... (Nick Veitch, Paul Hudson, Neil Bothwick, Chris Brown) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
The Road to KDE 4
Years of development have brought the KDE 4 development team to the cusp of a major release. We look at some of the features that have made the final grade, as well as some of those attempts that have fallen by the wayside. (Graham Morrison) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Interview: Dell's Matt Domsch and Judy Chavez
Dell's new Linux-powered consumer machines are a major step forward for open source on the mainstream desktop. But how did they come about, and what challenges does the company face? (Mike Saunders) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Three complete distros
Dual-booting disc with media production suite 64 Studio 2.0, and newbie-friendly distro Ark Linux 2007.1. Plus: polished Ubuntu spin-off Linux Mint 3.0 Light, security toolkit (apps and tutorials), and much more. (Mike Saunders) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
If your network is sick, call the Doctor! Luckily, though he can't make house calls for readers, Dr Chris Brown is here to share his diagnostic tips with us all... (Chris Brown) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Computer Aided Design on Linux? We can only imagine you want to use this app, unless any ofthe reader suggestions on the Mailserver page impress... (Nick Veitch) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Blundering around in the cold, Graham discovers that the partial illumination alluded to in the title of this game is perfectly fitting. (Graham Morrison) Click here to read!
Hankering after something like AppleTV or Windows Media Center Edition for Linux? Then hanker no more - this open source alternative shows great promise. (Graham Morrison) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Long-running legal battle ends with a little fizz but no real bang. Plus: Freespire 2.0, Mozilla spins-off Thunderbird, Citrix acquires XenSource, Gnome 2.20 approaching, Lotus 8 and Domino for Linux released (Andy Channelle) Available as a PDF to subscribers.