It’s Here. The March 2018 Issue of Linux Journal Is Available for Download Now.

Boasting as many pages as most technical books, this month’s issue of Linux Journal comes in at a hefty 181—that’s 23 articles exploring topics near and dear to everyone from home automation hobbyists to Free Software advocates to hard-core hackers to high-level systems architects.


Best Laptop

What's the favorite LJ reader laptop?

The top three winners are: more>>

Weekend Reading: Using Python in Science and Machine Learning

Python is easy to use, powerful, versatile and a Linux Journal reader favorite. We've round up some of the most popular recent Python-related articles for your weekend reading. more>>

What's the Geek Take on the GDPR?

Let us know how the GDPR is affecting your work. more>>

Best Editor

Read on to see which editor is the LJ reader favorite.

Here's the breakdown (all editors listed below were nominated by readers): more>>

Looking for New Writers and Meet Us at SCaLE 16x

If you're interested in writing for us, we want to hear from you—or even better, here's a chance to meet us in person to discuss the possibilities. more>>

Building a March Madness Bracket in PHP

Jim Hall takes his March Madness script to the next level. more>>

Last chance: Subscribe now to get the highly anticipated comeback issue!

Linux Journal's special comeback issue features ~180 pages of hard-hitting and in-depth technical articles covering all aspects of the world's most essential operating system and the emerging technologies adjacent to it. Don't miss this highly anticipated issue (released next week)! Subscribe today.


diff -u: Linus Posting Habits

A look into how, when and why Linus posts to the kernel mailing list. more>>

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