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Lye nux?

theillien's picture

You're pronouncing that wrong. tsk tsk

Incorrect? Nah..

Moofoo's picture

He's not pronouncing Linux incorrectly, he's pronouncing it the way that most people pronounce it naturally before they hear an American say it ;-)

Linux (not lye-nux)

jostle's picture

One of the early distributions of Linux (RH 5.1?) that I installed used a sound file of Linus Torvalds saying

"Hello, this is Linus Torvalds, and I pronounce Linux as Linux!"

as the test sound for sound card configuration. You can find the .wav file at
http://www.paul.sladen.org/pronunciation/torvalds-says-linux.wav

There is also a video at
http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=1061159908534146317&q=Linux
in which Linus explicitly states how Linux should be pronounced.

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