September 2018 Issue of Linux Journal

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Games for Linux are booming like never before. The revolution comes courtesy of cross-platform dev tools, passionate programmers and community support. Join us this month as we take a Deep Dive in to gaming.

Deep Dive features:

  • Crossing Platforms: a Talk with the Developers Building Games for Linux 
  • Would You Like to Play a Linux Game?
  • Meet TASBot, a Linux-Powered Robot Playing Video Games for Charity
  • Review: Thrones of Britannia

    Also featured in this issue:

    • ModSecurity and nginx
    • Clearing Out /boot
    • VCs Are Investing Big into a New Cryptocurrency: Introducing Handshake
    • Edit PDFs with Xournal
    • FOSS Project Spotlight: Nitrux, a Linux Distribution with a Focus on AppImages and Atomic Upgrades
    • Stop Killing Your Cattle: Server Infrastructure Advice

      Regular columns include:

      • Kyle Rankin's Hack and /: Two Portable DIY Retro Gaming Consoles
      • Shawn Powers' The Open-Source Classroom: Globbing and Regex
      • Reuven M. Lerner's At the Forge: Bytes, Characters and Python 2
      • Dave Taylor's Work the Shell: Creating the Concentration Game PAIRS with Bash, Part II
      • Zack Brown's diff -u: What's New in Kernel Development
      • Glyn Moody's Open Sauce: What Is the Point of Mozilla?