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This month Graham reviews PeaZip, LibreSprite, NeoChat, Beaker, Giada, Thrive, Kurve, and much more!

Not content with reliving his youth through retro gaming, Graham recently used OpenSCAD to design and build a bike ramp to practice bike jumps in his garden!

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An ergonomic laptop keyboard

A first for laptops, Keyboardio Atreus offers an ergonomic, portable keyboard with customizable key programming.

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Linux Magazine Full Feed 2021-03-05 04:31:57

This month in Linux Voice.

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Gopher, Gemini, and the rise of the small Internet

The danger and irritations of the modern web have unleashed a movement dedicated to creating a safer and simpler alternative. The old Gopher network and the new Gemini protocol have emerged as building blocks for this new "small Internet."

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Linux Magazine Full Feed 2021-03-05 04:31:47

Arch Linux 2021.02.01 and MX Linux mx-19.3

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Rendering images as text

If you need to display an image in the terminal or as plain HTML, a variety of smart tools can help with the conversion.

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Simplify font selection with Font Manager

Font Manager makes it simpler to find the specific font you’re looking for and to compare font options side by side.

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We compare the Bash, Zsh, and fish shells

Don’t let your familiarity with the Bash shell stop you from exploring other options. We take a look at a pair of alternatives that are easy to install and easy to use: Zsh and fish.

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Manjaro Linux

Standing on the shoulders of Arch Linux, Manjaro offers simplicity and stability.

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Search more efficiently with ugrep

Searching for text in files or data streams is a common and important function. Ugrep tackles this task quickly, efficiently, and even interactively if needed.

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Linux Magazine Full Feed 2021-03-05 04:31:18

Chronicler Zack Brown reports on the latest news, views, dilemmas, and developments within the Linux kernel community.

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Small Business Software

An affordable open source POS/ERP system has many potential benefits for small businesses.

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Build a minimal Raspberry Pi OS from source

The detLFS project provides an ideal foundation for compiling Linux from source code, either to experience the fundamentals of how Linux works or to prepare an operating system for a project with very specific requirements.

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The sys admin’s daily grind: gping and Nextinspace

Due to the COVID-19 lockdown, Charly has time to devote to gadgets like graphical ping tools, flashing space stations, and space walks.

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A programmable scratchpad

Boop, a digital scratchpad, lets you convert data from your desktop instead of exposing confidential data online. You can even extend Boop with your own functions using JavaScript.

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Home automation with a Raspberry Pi

Control devices from different manufacturers of home automation devices from a single interface by combining free software and a Raspberry Pi.

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Installing Xubuntu on a Dell notebook

Combining a Dell notebook with Xubuntu and an M.2 SSD makes for a reasonably priced, high-performance system for all your 3D printing projects.

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Creating and solving mazes with Go

Mazes fascinated even the ancient Greeks. Mike Schilli uses his Go programming skills to create a maze and then efficiently travel through it.

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An efficient command-line email client

Mutt, a command-line email client, can do anything a desktop client can with less overhead and a smaller attack surface. Here’s how to get started.

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Getting started with the ELK Stack monitoring solution

ELK Stack is a powerful monitoring system known for efficient log management and versatile visualization. This hands-on workshop will help you take your first steps with setting up your own ELK Stack monitoring solution.

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