Issue #127 / Jun 2011
Cover Theme: New Tech
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This month, we open the door to some promising new technologies, including facial recognition and the semantic web. We show you how to create, process and analyze semantic data with the Apache Jena platform. You'll learn how the innovative ZFS filesystem integrates RAID and volume management. And see how digiKam and libface bring facial recognition to your desktop.
Also in this issue:
- Ultimate Distro Toolbox DVD: Linux Mint “Debian”, Parted Magic, PCLinuxOS "Gnome” , Zenwalk Core, Sabayon Linux "E17", PFire, and Puppy Linux!
- Tech Tools: Tools for discriminating professionals
- Buy a Linux PC: 10 options for pre-installed Linux
- Editorial: Don't try this at home.
- OpenCL: Use your graphics processor and OpenCL for parallel processing problems.
- Blender: We show you how to build, constrain, and control a skeleton so you can pose and animate your Blender models.
- Ask Klaus!
- Charly: tcpflow and Huge URL
- Security Lessons: Bufferbloat
- Perl: OpenOffice Label Merge
- Sentinella: This vigilant sentry is just what you need for automatic monitoring of resources on your KDE desktop.
- GPS Tracking and Geocoding: Open GPS Tracker, GPS Photo Correlator, Geotag, and Prune
- Quassel: Chat with this flexible IRC client.
- Hotot: Post text messages from your netbook with this microblogger.
- Darktable: This photographer's tool helps you manipulate RAW files.
- Command Line: The handy abcde command will rip CDs to your favorite format.
- Cache: What was your first Linux?
- Doghouse: A new software business model
- PyCon Pythonistas meet in Atlanta
- Linux New Media Awards: 2011 awards for the best in Linux
- Projects on the Move: 3 open hardware projects
- Kernel News: Keeping up with the kernel community
New release targets Linux professionals.
The Fedora project adds Wayland and Gnome 3.22
CeBIT 2017: Open Source Forum Call for Papers
Long-time Linux antagonist joins the revolution.
Major bug affects Debian/Ubuntu distributions.
Canonical releases the minimal edition for embedded devices, Internet of Things, and cloud deployments.
The new release features improvements across the board, from performance to security.
Two out of three of the new members are women.
More than 5,000 people attended the event.
Linux Magazine will include the best of both magazines.