Ubuntu User

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Ubuntu User
Ubuntu-UserLogo.png
Editor in Chief Joe Casad[1]
Categories Linux magazine
Frequency Quarterly
First issue May 2009[1]
Company Linux New Media AG
Country Germany
Language English
Website www.ubuntu-user.com
ISSN 2040-8080
UbuntuUserIssue1.jpg

Ubuntu User is a paper magazine that was launched by Linux New Media AG in May 2009.[1][2]

The publication is aimed at users of the Ubuntu operating system and focuses on reviews, community news, how to articles and troubleshooting tips. It also includes a Discovery Guide aimed at beginners.[1][2]

Background[edit]

Ubuntu User is published quarterly. The paper magazine is supported by a website that includes a selection of articles from the magazine available to the public as PDFs, Ubuntu news and free computer wallpaper downloads.[3][4][5]

Issue number one consisted of 100 pages (including covers) and in its North American edition had a cover price of US$15.99 and Cdn$17.99.[6] Each issue also includes an Ubuntu live CD in the form of a DVD that new users can use to try out Ubuntu or to install it.[3]

Linux New Media is headquartered in Munich, Germany and has offices of its US subsidiary, Linux New Media USA, LLC, in Lawrence, Kansas. The company also publishes Linux Magazine, LinuxUser, EasyLinux in German, and Linux Community.[1][3]

Reception[edit]

In announcing the launch of the magazine, the company said:

DistroWatch questioned the wisdom of launching a new paper magazine at this point in history:

Linux reviewer Ken Hess gave the first issue a very positive reception, saying:

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e Linux Pro (May 2009). "Linux New Media Launches Ubuntu User Magazine". Retrieved 2009-06-15. 
  2. ^ a b c DistroWatch (June 2009). "DistroWatch Weekly, Issue 305, 1 June 2009". Retrieved 2009-06-06. 
  3. ^ a b c d Linux New Media AG (June 2009). "Ubuntu User home page". Retrieved 2009-06-06. 
  4. ^ Linux New Media AG (June 2009). "Ubuntu User Order". Retrieved 2009-06-06. 
  5. ^ Linux New Media AG (June 2009). "Ubuntu User News". Retrieved 2009-06-06. [dead link]
  6. ^ Linux New Media AG: Ubuntu User Issue 1 May 2009. ISSN 2040-8080
  7. ^ Hess, Ken (July 2009). "Ubuntu User, You Have Some Big Issues.". Retrieved 2009-07-08. 

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