I just finished reading the latest edition of Linux Magazine. Alas again no DVD box (yes, I read your reply to the customer complaint). I still don't agree, and I'd rather have the DVD box back. I am willing to pay a little extra for the service.
Anyway, could you at least make the covers of the DVD boxes available as a download from your site? Consider it a service to your readers that really want the DVD box (like me). I am going to put the DVDs in a box, and I do want a nice cover with the necessary information in there also. If necessary, I can print the cover myself.
Thank you for your feedback!
The printable DVD covers are now back by popular demand. You will find the DVD inlays at our website. Visit the following page: http://www.linux-magazine.com/issues or (http://www.linuxpromagazine.com/issues). Click on the picture of the issue for which you'd like to obtain the DVD cover. On the issue page, select the link labeled DVD inlay. Download the PDF image to your desktop.
I am thinking of moving on from the Microsoft monopoly. I currently use Windows ME and XP operating systems; my main worry is a compatibility issue. Is Linux capable of accepting software not designed to run with the linux O/S, for example Microsoft messenger/hotmail? If you say generally OK, how do I start please? I'm looking forward to hearing from you.
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