The Gaming Issue of Linux Journal is Here!

gaming issue

Games for Linux are booming like never before. The revolution comes courtesy of cross-platform dev tools, passionate programmers and community support. Join us this month as we take a Deep Dive in to gaming.

Deep Dive features:

Also featured in this issue:

  • ModSecurity and nginx

  • Clearing Out /boot

  • VCs Are Investing Big into a New Cryptocurrency: Introducing Handshake

  • Edit PDFs with Xournal

  • FOSS Project Spotlight: Nitrux, a Linux Distribution with a Focus on AppImages and Atomic Upgrades

  • Stop Killing Your Cattle: Server Infrastructure Advice

Regular columns include:

  • Kyle Rankin's Hack and /: Two Portable DIY Retro Gaming Consoles
  • Shawn Powers' The Open-Source Classroom: Globbing and Regex
  • Reuven M. Lerner's At the Forge: Bytes, Characters and Python 2
  • Dave Taylor's Work the Shell: Creating the Concentration Game PAIRS with Bash, Part II
  • Zack Brown's diff -u: What's New in Kernel Development
  • Glyn Moody's Open Sauce: What Is the Point of Mozilla?

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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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