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In this edition of Linux Identity, we explore the limitless possibilities of a liberated operating environment. We'll take you through the installation process, whether you want to use Ubuntu full time, or you are just exploring Ubuntu and would prefer to dual boot your computer between Ubuntu and a proprietary OS. We'll show you the new features of Ubuntu 13.10, and how to use them. We'll even show you how to leverage Ubuntu 13.10 and technologies like LUKS, Truecrypt, and openPGP to encrypt every last bit of you data, bringing you privacy and data security in ways particularly significant in light of recent NSA revelations.
Ubuntu is more than just an operating system, though. It's a culture, a community of users eager to help one another and learn new technologies, and it's the software that we all run to be more productive and creative. That's where Ubuntu's strength is felt most of all.
The magazine is offered with 2 install DVDs containing Ubuntu 13.10 (32 and 64 bits), Kubuntu, Xubuntu, Lubuntu and Ubuntu Gnome 13.10 (64 bits)
Magazine properties: title line: Linux Identity Starter; issue: 17; pages: 44; DVDs attached: 2; price (US): $14.99
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