Interview We meet Robert 'r0ml' Lefkowitz, a man who crams 2,000 years of open source philosophy into 3,000 words.
Tutorial Give yourself more control over how you install Raspbian to your Raspberry Pi by using an Ubuntu live CD.
Interview Raspberry Pi creator Eben Upton talks about the project's beginnings - and when we'll see a new Pi.
Tutorial With the appropriate hardware, Raspberry Pi is perfectly suited to being turned into a powerful low-cost digital video recorder, complete with streaming, scheduling and time shift.
Interview Over the last 10 years, Dave Neary has worked on Gimp, Gnome, MeeGo and now at Red Hat, where he helps communities work together.
Interview We meet Monty Widenius, the co-creator of the MySQL database and the man who put the 'M' in LAMP.
Tutorial There are many different Linux distributions designed specifically to turn your machine into a router or a gateway, complete with any number of enhancements.
Tutorial Linux-based PCs aren't second-tier machines any longer - you can now build one that's the only PC you need.
A sensational educational tool that doubles as hacker paradise - now with double the memory. How far it has come.
Opinion Although the idea of Secure Boot is a good one, can it be better implemented to allow users to have full control over what software they use on their PCs?
In Depth The only way to do security is, in my opinion, with complete and unblinded transparency. Obfuscating your procedures only gives you a false sense of your non-security.
In Depth The general speed and snappiness of the Linux desktop is a winning advantage - but there's always more room for improvement.
Tutorial We're going to use your laptop's underused webcam as a CCTV for stuff you'd like to keep an eye on, like the garage door or your rare Barry Manilow records.
In Depth We rain positivity onto the world's most configurable desktop and pick out some of its best functions and applications.
Graham Morrison visits a non-profit hardware emporium in Portland, Oregon, that recycles old hardware, gives people new skills and installs Linux on thousands of machines
Tutorial We prove that tiling window managers can be a genuine advantage when it comes to hardware and productivity
In Depth While the fight for desktop dominance is still raging somewhere in the distance, Linux has quietly succeeded in the places no one thinks to look.
In Depth Don't let your photo, music and video files get any more chaotic. Graham Morrison covers the cream of Linux software to help you master your media
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