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Timeline Distros Linux

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Time line Distros Linux

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Changelog:

ver 0.2
some corrections.

ver 0.3
corrected thanks to the commentaries
Suse from Slackware, for example.

ver 0.4
more corrections. Thank you to everybody




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 nice

 
 by hadrurus on: Apr 27 2006
 
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great idea :), but afaik first suse was derivate from slack.

From Wikipedia:
The SUSE Linux distribution was originally a German translation of Slackware Linux

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 Re: nice

 
 by loki on: Apr 29 2006
 
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Not quite correct.
Yes, 1 or 2 very early versions were based on Slackware but from 4.2 (that is pretty much seen as the first "real" S.u.S.E. Linux release) on it had its own codebase and had nothing in common with Slackware any more.

Now how to put that on the graph... ;)


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 Linsipre/lindows

 
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Linspire/lindows derived from Debian.

From Wikipedia:

Linspire, previously known as LindowsOS (also Lin---s, pronounced as Lindash), is a GNU/Linux distribution based on Debian.


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 thank you

 
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thank you for comment!

Fix it soon


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 timeline

 
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mandrake derived from redhat and damn small was first based on debian then later knoppix for the hardware detection.


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 1991

 
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RMS didn't start demanding it be called "GNU/Linux" until; 1996, but your chart is calling it that in 1991. Huh?


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 Re: 1991

 
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ok, is right. fix it in version 0.3


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 Source?

 
 by Linuxerist on: Apr 29 2006
 
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Could I have some sort of source code (also gpl ;) to translate this to English?


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fix some things and I place the image "source".


Sorry my english.

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