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This month in Linux Voice.

Free software licensing and the open source development model mean that FOSS tools are oh so easy to create and extend. If you don't like the solution, create your own! Over the years, with thousands of open source developers all working on building better mousetraps, the Linux environment has accumulated a vast array of small utilities that help with small but important tasks. This month we feature some useful command-line tools that will save you some steps if you ever need them. We also study some clever extensions that add power and convenience to your LibreOffice experience, and we continue our tutorial series with installments on Bash functions and the FreeCAD 3-dimensional design tool.

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