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First Peek at XBian on the Raspberry Pi 2
There are so many things to like about XBian; in particular snapshots and rolling releases. It's also the best out-of-the box configured Raspberry Pi 2 Kodi distribution.

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Fish Fillets - Next Generation
Fish Fillets - Next Generation is a Linux port of the puzzle game Fish Fillets from ALTAR interactive. The goal in every of the seventy levels is always the same: find a safe way out. The fish utter witty remarks about their surroundings, the various inhabitants of their underwater realm quarrel among themselves or comment on the efforts of your fish. The whole game is accompanied by quiet, comforting music. Read more


  • CGI Programming with Tcl
    by David Maggiano: illustrates the many advantages Tcl holds for CGI programmers and demonstrates how to create powerful CGI applications. This book presents a series of increasingly sophisticated applications, beginning with a simple Hello World application and culminating in Web-based interfaces to back-end databases such as Oracle
  • Complete Tcl/Tk Training Course, The
    by Brent B. Welch, Dave Zeltserman: an interactive multimedia CD-ROM that provides comprehensive Tcl/Tk training for Windows 95, 98, NT, and Unix
  • Effective Tcl/Tk Programming : Writing Better Programs in Tcl and Tk
    by Mark Harrison, Michael J. McLennan: uses a holistic view of application development that shows the reader how to work from the initial concept to a prototype to a finished product. Focuses on such commonly misunderstood features as the command, the mechanism, and the canvas widget
  • Graphical Applications With Tcl and Tk
    by Eric Foster-Johnson: learn how to create cross-platform graphical applications with the powerful Tcl scripting language for UNIX and Windows and the Tk toolkit
  • Interactive Web Applications With Tcl/Tk
    by Hattie Schroeder, Mike Doyle, Michael Doyle: this book was written for novice programmers -- to introduce them to the ease and power of Tcl/Tk and to show how amazing Web applications, such as interactive Web applets, Web browsers, Web servers, autonomous agents, client/server databases, browser-pull, and server push applications can be quickly built using Tcl/Tk, without the developer having to get a degree in computer science
  • Practical Programming in Tcl & Tk
    by Brent B. Welch: intended for both novices and experts. However, in practice, novices who are not familiar with a C-like language or Unix shell programming will find the going difficult. The book is divided into six parts: Tcl basics, advanced Tcl, Tk
  • Sams Teach Yourself Tcl/Tk in 24 Hours
    by Lakshmi Sastry, Venkat V. S. S. Sastry: quickly empowers you to create your own programs using the popular open-source Tcl language and the Tk toolkit
  • Tcl/Tk : Programmer's Reference
    by Christopher Nelson: in this book you'll find everything you need to know abut Tcl, including cross-referenced descriptions of all Tcl and Tk commands, and pointers to many free Tcl extensions and resources
  • Tcl/Tk For Dummies
    by Tim Webster, Alex Francis, Timothy Webste: a practical, comprehensive reference
  • Tcl/Tk for Real Programmers
    by Clif Flynt: makes it easy to create and implement testing, network, system administration, and user applications to run under Unix, Linux, Windows 95 and NT, or on the Macintosh-all without modifications and in less time than you'd believe possible

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