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Linux Focus

Linux Focus is a bi-monthly webzine covering Linux. It is part of the Linux Documentation Project, and a sister webzine of the Linux Gazette. Each issue is published in a number of languages.

Linux Focus was started in 1997 by Miguel Angel Sepulveda, primarily as a resource for Linux users in non-English speaking countries.

Linux Focus is issued under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License.

External links: Linux Focus (http://www.linuxfocus.org/English/)


See also: computer magazine



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