Oops - I was keeping an eye on my home email account, and was blissfully unaware of the private messages thingie in this forum until your last message. Spot the forum newbie! I've found both messages and have taken note of your details.
No charge for the mag - it's just taking up space. It's been so long since it came out that I honestly can't remember if there was a CD with it, but if there was, I'll also have a spare copy of that somewhere, although it'll be even harder to dig out than the mag (I have all my old stuff stored away in boxes - please bear with me).
To be honest, a CD that old wouldn't contain anything of much use to current Linux users, unless there are some articles or tutorials on it. Open source software is developed at such a rate that I find that much of the cover disk software is out-of-date almost as soon as the mag hits the stands. A good broadband connection for downloading the newest software is much more important (however, if you're on dial-up...). The cover disks are a bonus, but the mags themselves are way more important.
But if you really want it, you can have it (if there was one - I'll find that out when I dig out the magazine). If you're an obsessive completist (like me). you'll definitely have to have it.
I'll let you know when I find the mag.