The Linux kernel is 30 years old, come celebrate with us as we explore how it went from the bedroom project of a young Finnish university student to running the world! We take you through the early development, how distros evolved and so much more!
PLUS: we review the key distros of our time, run classic distros via Qemu, build a Raspberry Pi Nextcloud server, get to grips with Scribus, use Midnight Commander, build an information kiosk, Roundup terminal browsers and loads more!
After being around for 30 years, let’s take a peek inside… Linux is just a kernel, but as Jonni Bidwell discovers there’s an awful
lot going on in there. (Jonni Bidwell) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Alexander Tolstoy has no plan to start a land war in Afghanistan, as we all know how that ends. Instead he’s declaring war on the best ever FOSS gems, like: VLC, Ksnip, Waterfox, Far2l, G’MIC, OpenSnitch, WinXP, OpenTTD,
0 A.D., Lutris and KDE Connect. (Alexander Tolstoy) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
Valve announces the Linux-based Steam Deck portable gaming system, Audacity forks are announced, Linux Foundation announces a new gaming engine and GIMP announces a funding drive. (Matt Hanson) Available as a PDF to subscribers.
With Dave Jones from the Canonical Foundations team. The Raspberry Pi Foundation and University of Cambridge join forces in the name of research! Pi Storm helps old Amiga’s live beyond the CPU grave and USB booting arrives. (Les Pounder) Available as a PDF to subscribers.