For over a decade we've taken complex technology and simplified it for the everyday Open Source user.
LinuxLookup established roots as an information portal back in 1999 and was one of the first websites to provide independent Open Source/Linux news, reviews, support and related literature all in one place. This defined us as a popular online destination for the Linux community.
In 2008 we decided to change the direction of LinuxLookup, focusing only on product reviews and guides. No longer publishing daily news stories. Instead, in an effort to exhibit the ever changing flow of Linux & Open Source information, we've created LinuxLeak. A daily destination which aggregates all the latest happenings, news stories, articles, podcasts, photos, videos and software releases straight from over 200 websites in the Open Source community.
2010 will mark yet another migration point as we launch OSEqual, an Open Source software search site providing equivalents to popular commercial software for Windows, Mac and Devices.
LinuxLookup is under the sole control of our editors. Since we firmly believe in distinguishing our independent editorial content through words, design, and placement from promotional information, our articles are all written and edited under a "call it like we see it policy" to assure unbiased content. In other words, there are no "advertorials" here at LinuxLookup.com, regardless of who advertises on our site.
You may put trust in that LinuxLookup will always offer an unbiased evaluation of hardware, software, and other products while providing a robust information platform for anyone who loves technology.
History & Milestones
December 27, 2009
VERSION 4 LAUNCH: A new intuitive design, along with major code updates and features, today we introduce version 4.
August 27, 2006
VERSION 3 LAUNCH: After stepping back from the Linux community to re-evaluate our direction, Linuxlookup launches again with an entirely new backend and enhanced features.
August 23, 2002
VERSION 2 LAUNCH: We launched LinuxLookup version 2 today. The new site is 100% database driven, greatly improving content organization and functionality. Not to mention new user features.
June 1, 2000
GRAND OPENING: The domain LinuxLookup.com was purchased and all content from the original site was migrated over. We officially have our own domain, wish us luck.