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Linux User and Developer Magazine

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"Every issue of Linux User & Developer is packed with tips, tricks and tutorials created by professionals to help you do more with your Linux system and expand your programming knowledge.

The magazine also features a dedicated, practical Raspberry Pi section packed with maker projects, and full of advice and essential techniques for building and coding with the iconic SBC.

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Issue 196 OPTIMISE LINUX Use Linux’s famed malleability and streamline it to power everything from old computers to IoT devices – Mayank Sharma explains how. Having sad that, we have some sad news, readers. After almost nineteen years, this will be last issue of Linux User & Developer. While that sinks in, the team would like to take the opportunity to thank you all for reading and being part of our adventures in Linux and the world of open source and free software.


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OPTIMISE LINUX
Use Linux’s famed malleability and streamline it to power everything from old computers to IoT devices – Mayank Sharma explains how. Having sad that, we have some sad news, readers. After almost nineteen years, this will be last issue of Linux User & Developer. While that sinks in, the team would like to take
the opportunity to thank you all for reading and being part of our adventures in Linux and the world of open source and free software.
read more read less
"Every issue of Linux User & Developer is packed with tips, tricks and tutorials created by professionals to help you do more with your Linux system and expand your programming knowledge.

The magazine also features a dedicated, practical Raspberry Pi section packed with maker projects, and full of advice and essential techniques for building and coding with the iconic SBC.

Please note: Digital versions of the magaszines do not include the convermount items or supplements that you would find on printed edtitions."

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