List of Top Linux Magazines

Best Linux Magazines List By Linux.Tips

Posted by Amritpal Singh on February 25, 2018

This list contains some of the most popular Linux magazines, covering from news to tips and tricks to make life easy for developers and Linux os users.

7. - Linux Weekly News - aims to be the premier news and information source for the free software community.

6. Open Source For You -

Open Source For You serves you opensource related news, articles, interviews and case studies under one roof.

5. Ubuntu User -

In Ubuntu User you'll find news and articles about Ubuntu. We'll help with your first steps, give advanced tips and introduce exciting applications.

4. Linux Journal -

Linux Journal is a monthly technology magazine published by Linux Journal, LLC. (Denver, CO). It focuses specifically on Linux, allowing the content to be a highly specialized source of information for open source enthusiasts.

3. Linux Pro Magazine -

Linux Pro Magazine keeps the emphasis on real-life, practical techniques, which has helped make it one of the fastest growing Linux magazines worldwide.

2. Linux User and Developer - a.k.a.

The essential magazine for the GNU generation. Every issue of Linux User & Developer is packed with tips, tricks and tutorials created by professionals to help you do more with your Linux system and expand your programming knowledge.

1. Linux Format -

News, reviews, features and tutorials - your complete guide to the world of Linux



how is 6 TEN????

Uuno Turhapuro

Mr. Damnit has a valid point here.

Amritpal Singh

Added Linux Weekly News to the list as it is also a paid subscription-based magazine.

Victoria Tegg

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Alisha Ross

mention any Arch Linux based distros or even Arch Linux for that matter. Manjaro is perfect for gaming too as Steam comes preinstalled and with great hardware detection capabilities too. Regards <a href="">Ross Alisha</a>

Moses Brodin

"I have to strongly disagree with the Pi Zero being the best price/performance ratio... The Pi Zero is certainly great, but the Orange Pi One performs much better than the Zero and you'll never find the Zero at the advertised $5 (4 pounds) because you have to include shipping costs and unlike most boards, you'll probably need some accessories to get started (especially if you want to connect it over ethernet) unless you already have them anyway, so after all is said and done it'll be closer to about $15 whereas the Orange Pi is $13 ($15 for the op lite which has wifi) including shipping and the only thing you'll need is a 4x1.7mm power adapter. The main benefit and reason as to why you'd pick the Pi over anything else is it being incredibly small and has the best software/community support out of anything else, but if you can deal with a slightly bigger board and without the better software, then the Orange Pi is certainly a better value by far." Ragerds:<a herf="">Moses Brodin</a>

Alan Rocker

"Linux Journal", alas, is no more. (July 2019 was the last edition).

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