History of the Linux kernel
The history of Linux began in 1991 with the commencement of a personal project by Finnish student Linus Torvalds to create a new free operating system kernel.Since then, the resulting Linux kernel has...
History of the Linux kernel - Wikipedia
GNU/Linux naming controversy
The GNU/Linux naming controversy is a dispute among members of the free and open source software community over how to refer to the computer operating system commonly called Linux.GNU/Linux is a term ...
GNU/Linux naming controversy - Wikipedia
Tux
Tux is a penguin character and the official mascot of the Linux kernel. Originally created as an entry to a Linux logo competition, Tux is the most commonly used icon for Linux, although different Lin...
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Tanenbaum-Torvalds debate
The Tanenbaum–Torvalds debate was a debate between Andrew S. Tanenbaum and Linus Torvalds, regarding Linux and kernel architecture in general. Tanenbaum began the debate in 1992 on the Usenet discuss...
Tanenbaum-Torvalds debate - Wikipedia
SCO-Linux controversies
The SCO–Linux controversies are a series of legal and public disputes between the software company SCO Group (SCO) and various Linux vendors and users. The SCO Group alleges that its license agreemen...
Linux adoption
Linux adoption refers to new use of the Linux kernel based operating systems on computers by homes, organizations, companies, and governments.Many factors have resulted in increased use of Linux syste...
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Red Hat v. SCO
Red Hat v. SCO is a lawsuit filed by Red Hat against The SCO Group on August 4, 2003. Red Hat is asking for a permanent injunction against SCO's Linux campaign and a number of declaratory judgments th...
SCO v. DaimlerChrysler
SCO Group v. DaimlerChrysler was a lawsuit filed in the United States, in the state of Michigan. In December 2003, SCO sent a number of letters to Unix licensees. In these letters, SCO demanded that t...
Linux devices
Linux-based devices or Linux devices are computer appliances that are powered by the Linux kernel and possibly parts of the GNU operating system. Device manufacturers' reasons to use Linux may be vari...
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Virtual machine
In computing, a virtual machine (VM) is an emulation of a particular computer system. Virtual machines operate based on the computer architecture and functions of a real or hypothetical computer, and...
Desktop Linux
Linux (/ˈlɪnəks/ LIN-uks or, less frequently used, /ˈlaɪnəks/ LYN-uks) is a Unix-like and mostly POSIX-compliant computer operating system assembled under the model of free and open-source software de...
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List of Linux adopters
Linux adopters are organizations and individuals who have moved from other operating systems to Linux.
As local governments come under pressure from institutions such as the World Trade Organizati...
List of Linux adopters - Wikipedia
History of Linux
The history of Linux began in 1991 with the commencement of a personal project by Finnish student Linus Torvalds to create a new free operating system kernel.Since then, the resulting Linux kernel has...
History of Linux - Wikipedia
SCO v. Novell
SCO v. Novell was a United States lawsuit in which the The SCO Group (SCO) claimed ownership of the source code for the Unix operating system, including portions of Linux. SCO sought to have the cour...
SCO v. Novell - Wikipedia
SCO v. IBM
SCO v. IBM is a civil lawsuit in the United States District Court of Utah. The SCO Group asserted that there are legal uncertainties regarding the use of the Linux operating system due to alleged vio...
SCO v. IBM - Wikipedia