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Linux Magazine - English issue 58, September 2005

Linux Magazine (ISSN 1432-640X) is a European professional journal. It addresses itself to readers who work professionally with the Linux operating system. Linux Magazine is published by Linux New Media AG and was born after the great success of Linux-Magazin. It is published in English and every issue includes a DVD, usually featuring a recent version of some Linux distribution. The website keeps a comprehensive archive of back issues, with content more than 6 months old available as a free download in PDF format.
Recently Polish, Romanian, Brazilian Portuguese and Spanish versions were introduced.

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Name

The magazine is referred to by the publisher as Linux Magazine International because it is not exclusively distributed in England, but also in other countries around the world. This caused some confusion with another magazine called Linux Magazine (published in USA by InfoStrada). In the U.S. the European Linux Magazine takes the name Linux Pro Magazine.

In 2008, Linux New Media, the publishers of Linux Magazine, purchased[1] assets related to InfoStrada's Linux Magazine (USA). Linux Magazine (USA) continues to exist as an online publication, so no name-change was applied to Linux New Media's magazine.

Frequency

The magazine is published on the first Thursday of each month. Since the 11/2004 issue, cost per issue is as follows: 5,50 EUR in Germany, 6,30 EUR in Austria, 11,00 sfr in Switzerland, 14,50 EUR in Italy, R$14,90 in Brazil (or EUR 6,50 in Portugal) and £5.99 in the UK.

Publisher

Linux Magazine is published by the Linux New Media AG.

Other languages

Linux Magazine stand

Linux Magazine is also published in German, Polish, Romanian, Brazilian Portuguese and Spanish.

See also

External links

References

  1. ^ Linux New Media purchases Linux Magazine USA's assets
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