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    Hi,

    I have some experience as a Linux programmer but am quite new from a user point of view. I would like to start buying some Linux related magazine, and would like to hear your suggestions on which one is the best and why.

    Thanks
    Josef

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    where are you from?

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    Use Suse 10.1 and occasionally play with Kubuntu
    Also have Windows 98SE and BeOS

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    Malta, Europe

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    LinuxFormat is a very good mag. If you don't find it where you live, check out www.linuxformat.co.uk, you can find a lot of stuff that's been in the mag there.

    Good luck

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    Or Linux Magazine, uk
    Lansbury's Lido

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    Avoid "linux journal" if you can.

    They use windows software in their office while writing a magazine about GNU/Linux.

    A double standard that really takes the biscuit if you ask me.

    Jason

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    Thanks for your input. I got the trial subscription for Linux Magazine (3 issues including DVD for 9 Euros) and went out and got the latest issue of Linux Format. I'll continue to buy the one that I like best.

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    Avoid "linux journal" if you can.

    They use windows software in their office while writing a magazine about GNU/Linux.

    A double standard that really takes the biscuit if you ask me.

    Jason
    Jason,

    I asked LJ is they use MS and this was their response:

    Hi Jeremy,

    In the past we have used Windows systems to run our Accounting office,
    and Desktop Publishing systems, for lack of a robust alternative, but
    now our offices are Windows Free. (Our desktop publishing machine is a
    Mac, as we haven't found a production-capable program for linux yet, but
    I'm sure it's coming along).

    Thank you for your inquiry, let me know if I can be of any further
    assistance.

    Regards,
    Clarica
    As an added bonus, their response took less then twelve hours.
    Just thought you'd like to know LJ is Windows free! One down, so many million to go.
    Jeremy
    Registered Linux user #346571
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    In INDIA

    hay
    Anyone in INDIA
    have only one good option : LinuxForYOu (LFY)
    another is PCQuest which regularly delivers good Linux Stuffs..

    Thanks

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