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Linux Journal Issue #223/November 2012


Python Scripts as a Replacement for Bash Utility Scripts  by Richard Delaney
Learn how to use Python and existing UNIX tools to improve your productivity in the shell.
Extending GlusterFS with Python  by Jeff Darcy
GlusterFS is a distributed filesystem with a strong emphasis on extensibility. Now extensions can be written in Python, bringing significant performance and other improvements within reach of even more programmers.
Getting Started with Salt Stack—the Other Configuration Management System Built with Python  by Ben Hosmer
Install and configure software on multiple servers at once.


The Past, Present and Future of GIS: PostGIS 2.0 Is Here!  by Stefano Iacovella
Have the workhorse of GIS at your fingertips.


Reuven M. Lerner's At the Forge   Chrome Extensions  
Dave Taylor's Work the Shell   SIGALRM Timers and Stdin Analysis  
Kyle Rankin's Hack and /   What's Up Dock?  
Shawn Powers' The Open-Source Classroom   People in Glass Houses Are Stuck with Windows  
Doc Searls' EOF   Playing Value Subtraction Games  

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