Welcome to LinuxWorld.com.au

The LinuxWorld.com.au Web site addresses the information needs of the diverse range of the Australian Linux community. Beginners, technically experienced users, large enterprise users, small to medium business and special interest groups have all been catered for, with relevant, up-to-date information on Linux and where it is going.

However, it doesn't end there! LinuxWorld.com.au will also be integrated strongly with PC World. The section that you are reading now will appear every month in the magazine, and relevant LinuxWorld.com.au stories will also appear on the LinuxWorld.com.au section of the PC World Web site.

LinuxWorld.com.au is, of course, as much about using the operating system and associated software as reading about it. We will include the latest and hottest Linux updates and applications on PC World's cover CD, again in a section branded LinuxWorld.com.au.

The combination of Linux World.com.au, and PC World's magazine, CD and Web site will be an invaluable resource for Linux users and those interested in finding out more about Linux.

We hope you like the new section in PC World and the integrated approach to LinuxWorld.com.au. If you have suggestions, ideas or contributions, just e-mail me at gavin_sherry@idg.com.au.

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Gavin Sherry

PC World
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