2001 Linux Journal Buyer's Guide

The 2001 Linux Journal Buyer's Guide is now open for product entries. Linux has gained acceptance as a mainstream OS, and millions of people around the world are searching for hardware, software and services for Linux. This comprehensive directory of Linux-specific products and services is a valuable resource, and is in high demand each year. Vendors can submit listings at http://www.linuxjournal.

Linux Journal, an industry leader for over six years, welcomes this opportunity to make Linux more accessible to the public and ensures that users will be able to find the products and services they require. Phil Hughes, publisher of Linux Journal, commented, "I'm really excited about the 2001 Buyer's Guide. This will be a great opportunity for everyone to witness how companies are working to meet the needs of the Linux community."

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Rebecca Cassity is the Director of Sales for Linux Journal

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