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Linux Journal Issue #288/July 2018

From the Editor—Doc Searls

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Letters to the editor  


Road to RHCA—Preparation Meets Opportunity  by Taz Brown
FOSS Project Spotlight: ONLYOFFICE, an Online Office Suite  by Tatiana Kochedykova
At Rest Encryption  by Kyle Rankin
Progress with Your Image  by Kyle Rankin
Patreon and Linux Journal   
FOSS Project Spotlight: Pydio Cells, an Enterprise-Focused File-Sharing Solution  by Italo Vignoli
Atomic Modeling with GAMGI  by Joey Bernard
News Briefs  


Kyle Rankin's Hack and /   What Really IRCs Me: Slack  
Reuven M. Lerner's At the Forge   Introducing Python 3.7's Dataclasses  
Dave Taylor's Work the Shell   Shuffling Letters and Words  
Zack Brown's diff -u   What's New in Kernel Development  
Glyn Moody's Open Sauce   Why the Failure to Conquer the Desktop Was Great for GNU/Linux  
A Git Origin Story   A look at the Linux kernel developers' various revision control solutions through the years, Linus Torvalds' decision to use BitKeeper and the controversy that followed, and how Git came to be created.  
Git Quick Start Guide   Ditch USBs and start using real version control, and if you follow this guide, you can start using git in 30 minutes!  
Building a Bare-Bones Git Environment   How to migrate repositories from GitHub, configure the software and get started with hosting Git repositories on your own Linux server.  
Take Your Git In-House   If you're wary of the Microsoft takeover of GitHub, or if you've been looking for a way to ween yourself off free public repositories, or if you want to ramp up your DevOps efforts, now's a good time to look at installing and running GitLab yourself. It's not as difficult as you might think, and the free, open-source GitLab CE version provides a lot of flexibility to start from scratch, migrate or graduate to more full-fledged versions.  
Terrible Ideas in Git   This article was derived from a talk that GitHub Universe faithfully rejects every year. I can't understand why....  
Opinion: GitHub vs GitLab   Free software deserves free tools, not Microsoft-owned GitHub.  


Encrypting NFSv4 with Stunnel TLS  by Charles Fisher


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