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Wide Open Linux to Debut

There's a new Linux magazine in town catering to the more technical crowd, called Wide Open Linux. Sure it's published by Red Hat, and sure it will contain much marketing hype/fodder for Red Hat software, certification, and such, but if...

There's a new Linux magazine in town catering to the more technical crowd, called Wide Open Linux. Sure it's published by Red Hat, and sure it will contain much marketing hype/fodder for Red Hat software, certification, and such, but if it can provide the useful chops for both professionals and enthusiasts, who cares. It sounds like a valuable addition to the tech publishing universe. Sign me up.

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