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Our main goal is to be the most comprehensive Linux portal site.

One of the cornerstones of a computing portal site is to present users with a list of all the available software. LinuxLinks has the largest compilation of Linux links available. We're currently approaching 30,000 links that point you to all of the essential Linux software, the vast majority of which aren't included in a standard Linux distribution. We also recognise that Linux users aren't solely interested in software that runs 'natively' on their platform. Accordingly, we have separate categories for Java and Web based software, which run seamlessly in Linux. We also cater to Mac OS X users as well.

Reviewers at LinuxLinks list the latest Linux sites through exhaustive searches on the net. Additional links are also provided from Linux enthusiasts. Any assistance in keeping the links up-to-date is greatly appreciated, and of course benefits the whole Linux community.

LinuxLinks initially began as a private home page. Back in 1994 Linux was beginning to take off and our bookmarks had become increasingly disorganised. Over time, demand increased from other users to list the Linux sites on a more formal basis. LinuxLinks was then created.

As the internet grew we saw the need to register a domain name, to make it easy for people to find the latest Linux links. Our goal is to make it simple for all types of Linux users, whether they be a complete beginner or a UNIX wizard, to find the most useful Linux sites on the internet in the least amount of time. is more than just the most comprehensive set of Linux Links! With our unique "MyLinks" software we offer you a great way to follow the latest developments in the Linux world. Sit back and receive (at most) a daily email pointing you to the changes in the Linux world that matter to you! With our Linux forums you also have access to Linux experts who will endeavor to solve your questions!

No portal site is complete without a rolling news service. We cover all of the leading Linux news stories, articles, and press releases.

Last Updated Monday, May 02 2005 @ 04:12 PM EDT

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