The Origins of Linux [Video]

Linus Torvalds tells the story of how he went from writing code as a graduate student in Helsinki in the early 1990s to becoming an icon for open source software by the end of the decade.

This video was put together by the folks at the Computer History Museum who kindly gave us permission to share this video with Linux Journal readers. http://www.computerhistory.org

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Carlie Fairchild is the publisher of Linux Journal.

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Anonymous Adam's picture

Thank you for providing this video. It was quite long, but definitely worth watching (listening to anyway).

transcript anywhere?

snkr's picture

does anyone have the transcript of this interview for those who don't have enough bandwidth to watch the video(like me)?

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