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    Linux Journals

    Hi, for one of my courses I have choosen Linux to present as a topic for my presentation but now I need some journals about it and can't get some.
    I tried IEEE but it requires membership.
    I would be happy if someone could help me.
    Thanks in advance.
    This will be over soon, and then I can ...

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    The absolute best Linux Journal would be Linux Weekly News (you require payment of access to content at once, all content older than a week is freely available).

    Also you might like:
    planet.gnome.org
    planet.freedesktop.org
    planet.fedoradesktop.org
    planet.kernel.org

    Blogs are an excellent source of Linux information, aside that digging around mailing lists is a good place for all kinds of information. What's your specific requirements?

    A premade presentation by one of the Fedora Advocates can be found here:
    http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Chitle...hance_chit.pdf
    You could pick a bit of the information for that one.
    Why are you not using Fedora Core?


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