Speak Freely

Secure online communication with MOFO Linux

Nov 30, 2020

Controls, surveillance, and censorship are increasing rapidly on the Internet. MOFO Linux lets you anonymize your communication on the web with an easy-to-use live system.


Your Feature Presentation

Nov 30, 2020

Using Inkscape with the JessyInk add-on helps you to create graphically appealing presentations that can be run in a web browser and are indexable by search engines.

System maintenance with Stacer

Digital House Cleaning

Nov 30, 2020

Stacer simplifies the configuration and maintenance of Linux for newcomers by allowing users to handle most of these tasks conveniently in a graphical interface.

Attack of the Clones

Cloning multiple computers with Clonezilla SE

Oct 28, 2020

Managing a network of computers can be an involved process. Clonezilla SE lets you image and roll out multiple machines with ease.

Measure system runtime with tuptime Stopwatch

Oct 28, 2020

How long has the Linux server been running without rebooting? And how often has the system rebooted without you noticing? These questions and more are answered by the tuptime tool.

Useful Companion

Personal micro server

Nov 30, 2020

Turn a Raspberry Pi into a useful personal micro server for streaming Internet radio, reading RSS feeds, jotting down notes, sharing files, and more.

New Life

A user-friendly Arch Linux derivative

Oct 28, 2020

RebornOS offers an innovative alternative to Arch Linux that will appeal to Linux newcomers.

Back End Backup

Rsync for website backup in a shared hosting environment

Oct 28, 2020

Shared hosting is the best way for first-time webmasters to get started. But what do you do about backup?

Data Window

Building a database front end with Jam.py

Oct 28, 2020

Create a convenient interface to your database with Jam.py.

Space Flyby

Stream processing made easy with Apache StreamPipes

Feb 02, 2021

You don't need to be a stream processing expert to create useful custom solutions with Apache StreamPipes. We'll use StreamPipes to build a simple app that calculates when the International Space Station will fly overhead.

Subscribe to our Linux Newsletters
Find Linux and Open Source Jobs
Subscribe to our ADMIN Newsletters

Support Our Work

Linux Magazine content is made possible with support from readers like you. Please consider contributing when you’ve found an article to be beneficial.

Learn More