Whether you've just discovered Linux, or you're a full-time guru, Linux Format has everything you need to make the most of your OS. Published monthly and sold around the world, the leading UK Linux magazine highlights the latest developments in the world of open source, examines new software and book releases, and shows you how to go further with our hands-on tutorials.
Each month, Linux Format includes:
You also get a 4GB cover DVD featuring the best new distros (eg Mandriva, SUSE and Ubuntu) along with stacks of software - desktop apps, development tools and games, to keep you up-to-date. Plus, the disc includes extra guides and tutorials.
Since its launch in March 2000, Linux Format has run tutorials on software development, server management, using KDE to its full potential, exploring OpenOffice.org, mastering Emacs, and much more. We've interviewed Alan Cox and Larry Wall, and we've run features on speeding up your Linux machine and building your own distro.
Our Editor dreams up all the wonderful ideas that go into Linux Format. He uses KDE and has spent the GDP of a small European country on synthesisers and similar audio kit.
Our Deputy Editor makes sure the magazine is in top-notch shape, ensuring the highest concentration of Linux information per square inch of any material ever created by humans.
'Effy' is the magazine's Art Editor, and spends his (work)days meticulously designing pages. Outside the office, Effy enjoys playing football while wearing a large sombrero and wailing "no me gusta" at the offside rule.
Has your program, project or LUG been featured in Linux Format magazine? If so, you can use the images above to mention it on your website. If you just want the plain LXF logo without any text, you can get it from here.