Linux Format January 2018 Issue 232

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Published 19th December

This issue we look at how Linux distros are made to support older hardware, how they’re tuned to run on low-memory systems and generally run faster on limited hardware. With more mainline distros cutting 32-bit support − even though it appears 32-bit systems still account for around 20 per cent of PCs out there − the question is how much longer will up-to-date software be available for them?

We can’t all stand still software wise, so we’re looking at the latest Gnome distros. The latest developments with the Linux audio and multimedia layer in Pipeworks. Explore how social engineering works with Kali. Pop NextCloud on Amazon Web Services. Build the classic Red Alert game with OpenRA and so much more; only Linux makes it possible!