Linux Format covers Linux for desktop user, developers and professionals. Each issue comes full of reviews, features and tutorials on diverse topics. Our Hot Picks section highlight's the best new open source software every month, all of which is available on the covermounted CD ROM. DVD edition available. Worldwide subscriptions available. hot
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Hakin9 is a magazine about security. The magazine is of Polish origin, but now it is distributed in thirteen European countries (in four language versions - Polish, German, French and Spanish). Since January 2004 we also start the English and Italian versions.
LINUX For You
Launched in India by the "Electronics For You" group. It broadly caters to 5 sections of Linux enthusiasts namely: Newbie, Power User, Developer, Industry & system admin. Along with the regular section it contains reviews, tutorials, case studies etc, the magazine also carries a CD which contains LINUX related software.
Linux Identity magazines
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Linux Magazine covers technical issues, industry events, and everything Linux in between.
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