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|PCLinuxOS Magazine is a free,
independent, community produced magazine dedicated to the PCLinuxOS
family of operating systems. Each release will contain helpful how-tos,
articles and reader submitted stories. The magazine and website were
created to help users find their way around the OS, while at the same
time, pointing users to the proper website for the extra help that may
be needed. It is also our intention to promote PCLinuxOS, its remasters
and related websites.
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The PCLinuxOS Magazine was started in September 2006, to serve the PCLinuxOS community. It has been published monthly, for the most part, since its start, with the exception of a few months in 2009. Currently, the magazine is lead by Chief Editor Paul Arnote (known simply as parnote in the PCLinuxOS forum) and Assistant Editor Meemaw. David Moore, a.k.a. YouCanToo, assembles the online HTML version of the magazine every month.
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