Linux 3.11-rc7 Celebrates 22 Years Of Linux
Phoronix: Linux 3.11-rc7 Celebrates 22 Years Of Linux
It was on this day twenty-two years ago that Linus Torvalds made the first public release of his Linux operating system. In celebrating the 22nd birthday, the Linux 3.11-rc7 kernel has been tagged...
So one more week. I suppose that does give me some time to sort out my remote control issues, before looking at that DPM...
Operating System? Kernel wasn't it? OS is more then just a kernel?
I don't think that there was much of a separation between the kernel and userland back then. Plus he also ported some of the userland applications as well, so it counts as developing an entire operating system.
Originally Posted by oliver