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Build a Linux Server with Linux User & Developer 125

Also learn how to test Ubuntu Touch on your Nexus device, and find out what the best 20 Raspberry Pi apps and tools are...

Building a server is not difficult. It’s no more challenging than building a PC, which in itself is as easy as plugging a set-top box or games console into a TV. There’s so much you can do with a server though, whether it’s for home use or otherwise, and our guide takes you through best practices of the initial construction, and finishes off with the essential software set-up using Amahi. Speaking of Amahi, we also chat to one of the lead developers about the server software itself, what makes it so useful, and what the future holds for it.

As well as this, we have a tutorial on how to install Ubuntu Touch onto your Nexus phone or tablet, reviews for openSUSE 12.3 and Sabayon 11 and much much more. You can grab your copy now in stores, or buy physical and digital copies online from the Imagine Shop.

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