The latest issue of Future’s best-selling Mac title is out now, and features two tutorials and a review from yours truly.
The tutorials reveal how to set up your own free VPN service using macOS Server, plus install Elementary OS on to older Macs. I’ve also submitted a single-page review of Crossover for Mac 16.
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Finally, my guide to setting up macOS Server on an older Mac, published in issue 310, is now available to read online at TechRadar.
The latest issue of Linux Format is out now, and my lead feature – Super Pi – adorns the cover. It’s a ten-page guide to building various Pi-related projects, from desktop or laptop PC to media server and IoT add-on. Also in this issue – my latest piece on using the Terminal, this month focussing on running multiple shells from a single window using Screen.
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The latest issue of Future’s best-selling title for Linux enthusiasts is available now, and features two of my tutorials: a guide to controlling X-Window apps remotely using a Terminal ssh session, and a project on setting up a Turtl server as a free alternative to Evernote. Please click here for more details and to order. Subscribers can access both articles (and indeed everything I’ve written so far for the magazine) in PDF format by clicking here.
Around 12 months ago I was commissioned by That Media Thing to write a series of blog posts on digital signage for Asus. I’ve finally discovered that all four have been published online at the new Asus-Business site, namely:
Live-Smart, Time Inc UK’s website for “a connected life”, has just published two of my pieces:
Three of my previously published guides have now been placed online at the TechRadar website. They are:
My article on how to build a Raspberry Pi Zero-powered AirPlay receiver, published in issue 298 of MacFormat, is now available to read online at the TechRadar website. An expanded version will also be published in an upcoming issue of Linux Format – more details on that when it’s published.
Live-Smart has published my painstakingly written guide to deciphering smart home network protocols and standards. The sad fact is, there’s no single standard linking devices together, and this guide attempts to help explain what everything means and how to discover which devices work with which. Please click here to read it.
Three of my tutorials feature in the latest issue of Linux Format: the first of a new series examining basic Terminal use, plus in-depth guides to installing Ubuntu on a hybrid Windows tablet device, and building your own media streaming stick using the Pi Zero and OpenELEC.
Visit the magazine website for full details – subscribers can also access these and all my previously published tutorials in PDF format through the magazine’s PDF archive. The latter article has also been published online at TechRadar.
My first published piece for the Live-Smart blog has gone live, and is a complete guide to using IFTTT to connect services and apps with your smart home devices.
Live-Smart is dedicated to explaining the new generation of smart technology in the home, from smart water filters to home automation systems. It’s published by Time, Inc.
A number of my articles have found their way on to the TechRadar website in recent weeks – these are mostly republished articles from Windows Help & Advice, plus a series of Linux roundups that I updated for the website:
TechRadar has published two of my guides from issue 116 of Windows Help & Advice – access them via the links below: