Amount of texts to »Linux« 32, and there are 31 texts (96.88%) with a rating above the adjusted level (-3)
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First text on Apr 12th 2000, 23:37:41 wrote
Alvar about Linux
Latest text on Jul 1st 2015, 17:22:02 wrote
Yadgar about Linux
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on Jul 1st 2015, 17:22:02 wrote
Yadgar about Linux

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Texts to »Linux«

Fanny C wrote on Nov 6th 2001, 19:03:53 about


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Linux and Linus are there any connections? At the first sight no.But if you look closer, you can see the imgaination behind the ideas.
Linus, invented by Charles M.Schulz doesn't do much, but insisting on being a child, behaving like children do, refuses to be influenced by anybody or anything – that has made him famous for gnerations.
Behind Linux in the contrary you can discover the will of poeple not to be depend on huge firms with much money and many paid brains in the background.They developed their own computer-programm-effecitv, cheap and successfull.

So Linus an Linux are both winners, they go there own way.

elfboi wrote on Jul 17th 2003, 06:32:29 about


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Linux is not the name of that unixoid operating system – Linux is the name of the kernel. The operating system itself is called »GNU«, which is a recursive acronyme for »GNU's Not Unix«. The GNU project has its own kernel, Hurd, but since Hurd isn't finished yet, and will probably not be finished within the next few years, you can't use the GNU system without Linux.
The correct name of the entire operating system, with kernel, is therefore »GNU/Linux«. If you're using an experimental Hurd system, the entire OS is called »GNU/Hurd«, but since Hurd is the official GNU kernel, it might be referred to as »GNU« only.

substrate wrote on Apr 17th 2000, 15:26:35 about


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I like Linux. It may not be the greatest thing since sliced bread but it's at least as good as a free lunch and the recipe is even included. It's a great operating system for engineers, programmers and other geeks. It's in general not so good for other people. Perhaps that will change in time, maybe there will be a less filling Linux-lite for the average consumer.

Field Marshall Stack wrote on Apr 18th 2000, 22:38:31 about


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Linus Torvalds pronounces it »lynn-ucks«, but for some reason people where I live like to pronounce it »line-x«, which to me doesn't sound right at all.

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