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-Linux Format is the UK's longest-running and best-selling Linux magazine. Published 13 times a year, it delivers the latest [[Linux]] news, reviews and tutorials for ''all'' [[Linux]] users, whether they are hobbyists, sysadmins, developers or whatever. Linux Format comes with a 24-page supplement each issue, called [[Linux Pro]]. The whole kaboodle is created by [[Team LXF]] at [[LXF Towers]].+Linux Format is the UK's longest-running and best-selling Linux magazine. Published 13 times a year, it delivers the latest [[Linux]] news, reviews and tutorials for ''all'' [[Linux]] users, whether they are hobbyists, sysadmins, developers or whatever. The whole kaboodle is created by [[Team LXF]] at [[LXF Towers]].
As well as a magazine, Linux Format maintain a popular website, with forums, back issue archives, latest news, regular polls and more. this [[Wiki]] is actually hosted on the Linux Format site. You can visit the main site here [http://www.linuxformat.co.uk] As well as a magazine, Linux Format maintain a popular website, with forums, back issue archives, latest news, regular polls and more. this [[Wiki]] is actually hosted on the Linux Format site. You can visit the main site here [http://www.linuxformat.co.uk]

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Linux Format is the UK's longest-running and best-selling Linux magazine. Published 13 times a year, it delivers the latest Linux news, reviews and tutorials for all Linux users, whether they are hobbyists, sysadmins, developers or whatever. The whole kaboodle is created by Team LXF at LXF Towers.

As well as a magazine, Linux Format maintain a popular website, with forums, back issue archives, latest news, regular polls and more. this Wiki is actually hosted on the Linux Format site. You can visit the main site here [1] (http://www.linuxformat.co.uk)


Often referred to as LXF.