Language Selection

English French German Italian Portuguese Spanish

Full Circle Magazine #25 Available

Filed under

This month, we’ve got some awesome stuff coming your way, including a copy of Beginning OpenOffice 3 up for grabs by one of you!

stuff this month:

command and conquer - Shell History.
how to: Test Drive VirtualBox, Increase Game Speed In X, and Inkscape - Part 2.
my story - Why I Converted To Linux.
my opinion - First Experiences With Kubuntu
book review - Beginning OpenOffice 3, one copy up for grabs!
motu interview - Guillaume Martres
top 5 - Games You’ve Never Heard Of.
plus: all the usual goodness!

Get it now

More in Tux Machines

Itty bitty ARM module starts at $27

Variscite’s rugged, 50 x 25mm “DART-6UL” COM runs Linux on an i.MX6 UltraLite SoC, offers NAND, eMMC, and wireless, and starts at $27 in volume. In April, Variscite announced the world’s smallest i.MX6 computer-on-module with its 50 x 20mm, Freescale i.MX6-based DART-MX6. At 50 x 25mm, the DART-6UL doesn’t quite match those dimensions, but it offers greater power efficiency, making it well suited for IoT applications and battery-powered devices. Variscite claims it consumes only 5mA in suspend mode. Read more

Cleaning Linux: Jed’s Nappy

Utah State vs Missouri State Live Streaming Loyola (MD) vs Kansas Live Streaming UT-Arlington vs Texas Live Streaming Northwestern State vs Arkansas Live Streaming Indiana State vs Eastern Illinois Live Streaming Alabama State vs Evansville Live Streaming

Cleaning Linux: Jed’s Nappy /boot

My home NAS machine is an Ubuntu 14.04 machine with a ZFS volume. I need the linux-headers packages in order to compile my ZFS dkms modules. Those take more space than the kernels tend to, so I try and stay on top of removing them. Wonder how many I have? (Read the rest at FreedomPenguin)