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Photos: Gallery presenting the first twenty years of Linux
This year's LinuxCon, which begins today in Vancouver, celebrates this month as the twentieth anniversary of Linux. As a part of that celebration, they put together a gallery of items donated by the community representing those twenty years and the accomplishments of Linux.
The gallery is built around a timeline of the history of Linux:
See larger images of each section of the timeline:
It continues with boxes of many versions of Linux through the years, stickers, devices, and more.
Devices based on Linux; Whiskey bottle was presented to Linus Torvalds by Greg Kroah--Hartman in celebration of Linux kernel 3.0 and signed by community members at LinuxCon Japan 2011:
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From left to right, these are:
- The computer Ted Ts'o, the first North American kernel developer, used to write his first Linux code in 1991
- A 1999 Intel Dot.station Linux-powered web applicance
- Dell netbook that was sold preloaded with Ubuntu 11.04
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