Linux Journal June Issue: Do-It-Yourself
As tech editor Kyle Ranklin so aptly put it, June's Do-It-Yourself issue is "like an extra-geeky episode of Cribs featuring single-board computers".
In this issue:
- Make Your Own RV Offsite Backup and Media Server
- Create a Custom Minimal Linux Distribution from Source
- Build a Voice-Controlled Front End for IoT Devices
- Introducing PyInstaller
- Shell Scripting a Password Generating Tool
- OpenStreetMap Should Be a Priority to the Open Source Community
- The Current State of Linux and Music
- Open Hardware and IoT
- A Programmer's Look at Jakarta EE
- JaxoDraw for Physics
- FOSS Project Spotlights: Codelobster and WallPaperDownloader
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