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Linux User and Developer

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Linux User and Developer
Issue #1
EditorChris Thornett
CategoriesComputing, Linux
First issueSeptember 1999
Final issueSeptember 2018
CompanyFuture plc
CountryUnited Kingdom
Based inBournemouth
WebsiteOfficial Linux User & Developer website

Linux User & Developer was a monthly magazine about Linux and related Free and open source software published by Future. It was a UK magazine written specifically for Linux professionals and IT decision makers. It was available worldwide in newsagents or via subscription, and it could be downloaded via Zinio or Apple's Newsstand.

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History and profile

Linux User & Developer was first published in September 1999.[1] In August 2014 its sister magazine, RasPi, was launched.[2] The last issue of Linux User & developer was on 20 September 2018 (#196). All previous subscribers received issues of Linux Format as compensation for the next remaining issues of their subscription.


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  1. ^ "Linux User & Developer". Imagine Publishing. Retrieved 17 April 2017.
  2. ^ "British magazine LinuxUser & Developer launches sister magazine "RasPi"". adafruit. 8 August 2014. Retrieved 14 August 2015.

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