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Amazing Raspberry Pi Projects – Part 2

Follow @LinuxUserMag We continue our countdown of the top 10 amazing Raspberry Pi projects The one-button audio player Music to a grandma’s ears…it’s the easy-to-use audio player The difficult part came in automatic mounting of the USB flash drive and deleting the old audiobook Michael Clemens’s idea for his Raspberry Pi project came less out of hobbyism and more out ... Read More »

TurnKey Core Live CD 12.1 Is Based on Debian Squeeze 6.0.7

TurnKey Core Live CD, the common base system on top of which all TurnKey Linux appliances are built, has now reached version 12.1. TurnKey Core Live CD 12.1 is based on Debian Squeeze 6.0.7, upgrading several key components and fixing some important bugs. The distribution is available for the 32-bit and 64-bit platforms. Highlights of TurnKey Core Live CD 12.1: ... Read More »

Linux Kernel 3.0.81 LTS Is Out, Get It While It's Hot

Greg Kroah-Hartman announced the immediate availability for download of Linux kernel 3.0.81 LTS. This is a very small update for the 3.0.x branch of Linux kernel, with just a handful of commits and changes. Highlights of Linux kernel 3.0.81 LTS: • Device IDs have been added for the Dell 5804 (Novatel E371) WWAN card;• A couple races have been fixed ... Read More »

Hamachi Graphical Frontend, Haguichi 1.0.21, Now Has Backup and Restore

Haguichi, a graphical frontend for Hamachi on Linux that integrates smoothly into the GNOME desktop, is now at version 1.0.2.1. Haguichi features fully customizable commands, notification bubbles, meaningful tooltips, collapsible networklist, and more. Highlights of Haguichi 1.0.21: • The functionality to open, backup and restore the Hamachi configuration folder has been added;• Support has been added for pkexec to gain ... Read More »

Amazing Raspberry Pi Projects – Part 1

Follow @LinuxUserMag As portable computing goes, the Raspberry Pi could hardly be bettered. Small enough to slip inside a pocket, it can go anywhere and everywhere with you. Yet to use the Pi as a standard Linux machine kind of misses the point – or, at the very least, the opportunities afforded by this small-form-factor, high-spec wonder. Over the past ... Read More »