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September issue of Linux Journal
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This September Issue Features:
  • Understanding Firewalld in Multi-Zone Configurations by Nathan R. Vance and William F. Polik
  • Discover the power and flexibility of zones in firewalld.
  • Hard Drive Rescue with a Raspberry Pi and Relay by Andrew Nii Addo
  • Learn how you can trigger a chain process to recover a failing hard disk.
Columns
  • Dave Taylor's Work the Shell Let's Go to Mars with Martian Lander
  • Kyle Rankin's Hack and / Papa's Got a Brand New NAS
  • Shawn Powers' The Open-Source Classroom My Childhood in a Cigar Box
  • Under the Sink—Guest Columnist Andrew Kirch SNMP
  • Doc Searls' EOF Identity: Our Last Stand
In Every Issue
  • Current_Issue.tar.gz
  • Letters
  • upFRONT
  • Editors' Choice
  • New Products
  • Advertisers Index
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Carlie Fairchild is Linux Journal’s Publisher and guiding spirit. She’s been actively engaged in the Linux community for two decades and is responsible for setting the magazine’s overall direction. Carlie leads a motley team of geeks and journalists to ensure that Linux Journal stays true to its founding ideologies of personal freedom and open-source technical innovation. You can contact Carlie via e-mail, publisher@linuxjournal.com.

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