Editorial Profile

Linux Journal- The Premier Linux Magazine

Use of Linux is growing at a phenomenal rate: kernel changes, the latest applications, news from the Linux community. New developments seem to surface every day. Linux Journal helps our readers keep track of it all.

Whether your product target is a Linux novice, a computing professional or systems adminstrator - Linux Journal delivers. Our no nonsense tutorials, informative product reviews, and cutting edge news from the Linux front have made LJ a great resource for Readers and Advertisers alike.

Regular Linux Journal features include:

  • Kernel Korner serves as a technical guide for kernel programming
  • Linux System Administration offers technical wisdom and ideas for system administrators
  • Best of Technical Support is a forum where short, specific questions, especially those regarding installing and setting up a Linux system, are answered
  • Paranoid Penguin provides the Linux user with the latest information, alerts and fixes for security concerns they are faced with
  • Stop the Presses is a late breaking news column
  • Suitwatch explains how companies have succeeded with Linux
  • Book reviews offer readers authoritative evaluations of the latest books applicable to Linux
  • New Products prints product annoucements and vendor contact information
  • Product reviews in LJ feature ``Test-drives'' of the latest Linux products
  • Embedded Linux focuses on the use of open-source software and Linux to increase efficiency, economy and stability in embedded design and developement
  • Driving Me Nuts presents the information one needs to write Linux support for new devices
  • Geek Law offers legal advice for open source software developers
  • Cooking with Linux features tutorials for working with Linux