Linux Origins

LINUX ORIGINS:

Linux was started in 1990.

Linux was developed by Finnish student Linus Torvalds as his project (Free operating
system Kernel).

Linus Torvalds released the first version of Linux on 5 October 1991.

Later Students of Helsinki university, from California's.

Some of the releases of Linux are as follows:
  • 1992, Linux 1.0 version, it needed Unix to run on system.
  • 1996, Linux 2.0 version
  • 1999, Linux 2.2 version
  • 1999, Linux 2.2 version

In 2001, The version of Linux of very easy as compare to old versions of Linux. It supports dozens of processors. It also supports USB and plug and play hardwares.

All the softwares related to Linux are available under the GNU General Public License. It means from source code to all the software of Linux can be find easily. Its available free on internet.

Linux is a free operating system.

Linux source code can be manipulated and converted according to our need.

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