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Twenty years ago Linux was ported to a 64-bit RISC processor. Now the challenge is to put GNU/Linux on modern 64-bit ARM processors.
Calligra Suite goes beyond the standard four or five office suite programs by offering a range of applications for desktop and mobile computers.
Creating and solving letter and number puzzles is a popular pastime. We look at some of the free software that is available for this hobby on Linux.
Knoppix 7.5 is based on the current development version of Debian GNU/Linux and comes with hardware support from kernel 3.18 including many updates and new features.
Orchestration tools such as Chef, Puppet, and SaltStack provide uniform management of a system landscape, but they can't do everything. Foreman fills in the gaps and installs a uniform interface that makes the admin's life a lot easier.
Linux Magazine exclusive Knoppix 7.5
Netsed is a small communication tool that lets users modify the content of TCP and UDP data packets on the local network.
The latest version 1.1 of the Bitwig digital audio workstation provides an array of major improvements.
The Autokey utility automates desktop processes by triggering specific actions when the user enters predefined text shortcuts or presses hotkey combinations. Perl helps to manage these helpers.
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