… Apologies for the lack of updates recently, it’s not down to a sudden fallow patch, but just a lack of time. Here’s part one of a list of what’s been published in the past couple of months.
MacFormat: my guide to optimising the performance of virtual machines in macOS was published in issue 309, and is now available to read online at TechRadar. Issue 310 has now been published, and includes my four-page guide to setting up an older Mac as a centralised server.
Linux Format: my regular series on using the command line via the Terminal has come to a temporary halt with a pair of tutorials: the first, on using environmental variables, appeared in issue 219, and the second, which looks at alternative Terminal emulators, was published in issue 220. Issue 220 also saw my four-page tutorial on programming IoT devices using Wyliodrin appear.
The latest issue of Future’s best-selling magazine for Linux enthusiasts is on-sale now, and features two of my contributions: a tutorial on installing Mopidy on a Pi Zero, and a guide to accessing and controlling your Android device from the Terminal. For more details and to order, please click here.
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.
For more details and to order, please click here. Subscribers can also access these and the rest of the magazine content in PDF format here.
The latest issue of Future’s best-selling title for Linux users is out now. It features the latest in my ongoing series of using the Terminal – this issue I look at time-saving ways that speed up the way you use it. For more details and to order, please click here.
The latest issue of Future’s best-selling title for Linux users is out now, and aside from celebrating 25 years of the Linux kernel (it’s also 25 years since I passed my A Levels and started at university, gulp!) features my two-page project on manipulating your display from the Terminal using Xrandr. Please click here for more information and to order.
I’ve contributed three tutorials to this Bookazine aimed at Windows switchers looking to try Ubuntu for the first time. These comprise guides to setting up a gamepad, recording and watching live TV through MythTV, and using an OpenVPN server to secure your web connection. The bookazine costs £9.99 in print, or £6.99 as a digital download and can be ordered here.
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.
The current issue of Future’s best-selling magazine for Linux users features my two-page Terminal series, this month examining how to partition and format your hard drive using the command line. For more details and to order, please click here.
The latest issue of Future’s best-selling Linux title is on the newsstands now, and features my latest tutorial on mastering the basics of using the Terminal, this time focussing on getting system and hardware information from the command line. Please click here for more details and to order or subscribe.
The latest issue of Linux Format is out now, and includes two of my contributions: a fleshed-out version of my Pi Zero media streamer project, and a guide to editing configuration files in the Terminal. Both articles are online in PDF format for subscribers to download via the magazine archive, or you can purchase it online.
I also feature heavily in a brand new bookazine, Linux Made Simple. This 148-page tome features my Escape Windows cover feature from a previous edition of Linux Format, plus seven brand new tutorials aimed firmly at Windows switchers and beginners, spanning topics such as identifying how Linux works with drives and the basics of networking to understanding Linux file permissions and optimising your graphics card. It’s £9.99 in print, or £6.99 as a digital download.
Three of my previously published guides have now been placed online at the TechRadar website. They are:
The latest issue of Future’s best-selling magazine for Linux enthusiasts is on sale now, and features my ongoing series on learning how to use the Terminal (this issue, navigating your file system and simple file management from the command line). There’s also a single-page review of FlexiHub 2.2, a service for connecting USB devices remotely. Click here for more details and to order.