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Article from Issue 211/2018

This month in Linux Voice. 

Akkk, I just broke my system! Linux gives you lots of power and with the power comes danger -- a dysfunctional driver or tweak gone awry could put you on the path to an unexpected troubleshooting headache. But the power of Linux also comes with great versatility and all the energy and creativity of the FOSS community. This month we look at a tool called Resetter that was created to roll back broken Linux systems. Of course, you could always reinstall, or use a rescue DVD to un-tweak a misconfigured configuration file, but Resetter takes a different approach, letting you reset a Debian-based system to its default installation state. Also in this month's LinuxVoice, we show you how to create a podcast with Audacity and build a desktop app the easy way with QML.

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