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Weekend Reading: FOSS Projects

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<div class="field field--name-node-author field--type-ds field--label-hidden field--item">by <a title="View user profile." href="" lang="" about="" typeof="schemaTongueerson" property="schema:name" datatype="" xml:lang="">Carlie Fairchild</a></div>

<div class="field field--name-body field--type-text-with-summary field--label-hidden field--item"><p>FOSS Project Spotlights provide an opportunity for free and open-source project team members to show <em>Linux Journal</em> readers what makes their project compelling. </p>

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<p><strong><a href="">FOSS Project Spotlight: LinuxBoot</a></strong></p>

<p>by <a href="" lang="" title="View user profile." xml:lang="">David Hendricks</a></p>

<p><em>Linux as firmware.</em></p>

<p>The more things change, the more they stay the same. That may sound cliché, but it's still as true for the firmware that boots your operating system as it was in 2001 when <em>Linux Journal</em> first published Eric Biederman's "<a href="">About LinuxBIOS</a>". LinuxBoot is the latest incarnation of an idea that has persisted for around two decades now: use Linux as your bootstrap.</p>

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<p><strong><a href="">FOSS Project Spotlight: CloudMapper, an AWS Visualization Tool</a></strong></p>

<p>by <a href="" lang="" title="View user profile." xml:lang="">Scott Piper</a></p>

<p><em>Duo Security has released CloudMapper, an open-source tool for visualizing Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud environments.</em></p>

<p>When working with AWS, it's common to have a number of separate accounts run by different teams for different projects. Gaining an understanding of how those accounts are configured is best accomplished by visually displaying the resources of the account and how these resources can communicate. This complements a traditional asset inventory.</p>

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<p><strong><a href="">FOSS Project Spotlight: Ravada</a></strong></p>

<p>by <a href="" lang="" title="View user profile." xml:lang="">Francesc Guasch</a></p>

<p><em><a href="">Ravada</a> is an open-source project that allows users to connect to a virtual desktop.</em></p>

<p>Currently, it supports KVM, but its back end has been designed and implemented in order to allow future hypervisors to be added to the framework. The client's only requirements are a web-browser and a remote viewer supporting the spice protocol.</p>

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<strong><a href="">FOSS Project Spotlight: WallpaperDownloader</a></strong></p>

<p>by <a href="" lang="" title="View user profile." xml:lang="">Eloy Garcia Almaden</a></p></div>

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