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Timeline of Linux and Unix (Operating Systems) by: group VI {6} : 

Timeline of Linux and Unix (Operating Systems) by: group VI {6}

Linuxis a Unix-like operating systems that was designed to provide personal computer users a free or very low-cost operating system comparable to traditional and usually more expensive Unix systems. : 

Linuxis a Unix-like operating systems that was designed to provide personal computer users a free or very low-cost operating system comparable to traditional and usually more expensive Unix systems. Linus Torvalds

1991 : 

1991 August “Linux” is a short term for “Linus-Minix” September Linux version 0.01 is released and put on the Net. October Linux 0.02, first mention of directory-name 'linux' on netnews December Version 0.11 adds floppy-driver; now 'standalone'

1992 : 

1992 February Linux and GNU join forces April Linux 0.96 can run X-Windows X-Windows

X Window Systemdefinition -The X Window System (sometimes referred to as "X" or as "XWindows") is an open, cross-platform, client/server system for managing a windowed graphical user interface in a distributed network. In general, such systems are known as windowing systems. In X Window, the client-server relationship is reversed from the usual. Remote computers contain applications that make client requests for display management services in each PC or workstation. : 

X Window Systemdefinition -The X Window System (sometimes referred to as "X" or as "XWindows") is an open, cross-platform, client/server system for managing a windowed graphical user interface in a distributed network. In general, such systems are known as windowing systems. In X Window, the client-server relationship is reversed from the usual. Remote computers contain applications that make client requests for display management services in each PC or workstation.

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1993 August The first book for Linux, Linux Installation and Getting Started, Version 1 by Matt Welsh is released September Linus meets future partner, karate champion Tove Monni

1994 : 

1994 March The first issue of Linux Journal is published Linux 1.0 is released. September Wired magazine features an article titled “Kernel Kid”, “So, is Linus going to become the Bill Gates of Finland? Maybe not. He claims to be 'by no means a good student' and is in no hurry to graduate since 'Linux has taken a lot of time from my studies, and I like the work I have at the University which keeps me alive.”

1995 : 

1995 March Linux kernel 1.2 April Linux Expo, the first Linux-specific tradeshow and conference series. (Most of the folks or congregation came from North Carolina State University)

1996 : 

1996 April Jurix linux has a clean file system layout and good support of networking programs. (Jurix is best used, if you are directly connected to the Internet. May Linus suggests penguin ('Tux') as Linux mascot June Linux 2.0 much improved

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1997 January First “Linux virus” discovered. Called Bliss. This virus spreads only under Linux operating system, infecting Elf-style executables. Bliss locates binaries with write access and overwrites them with it's own code.

1998 : 

1998 -At this year the Linux started to compete with the other organizations or companies. Bill Gates stated “Like a lot of products that are free, you get a loyal following even though it's small. I've never had a customer mention Linux to me.” December -A report from IDC says that Linux shipments rose by more than 200% in 1998, and its market share rose by more than 150%. Linux has a 17% market share and a growth rate unmatched by any other system on the market.

1999 : 

1999 -Linux started to be known at this year. Many companies and developers made a partnership with it. March -The first Linux World Conference and Expo is held in San Jose, California. As the first big commercial “tradeshow” event for Linux, it serves notice to the world that Linux has arrived; 12,000 people are said to have attended. “Those two little words—open source—have become a magical incantation, like portal in 1998 or push in 1997. Just whisper them and all will be yours: media attention, consumer interest and, of course, venture capital.” —Andrew Leonard, Wired

2000 : 

2000 January -Version 1.0 of Red Flag Linux is released in the People's Republic of China. February -Second most popular operating systems for server computers.- IDC September “I'm a bastard. I have absolutely no clue why people can ever think otherwise. Yet they do. People think I'm a nice guy, and the fact is that I'm a scheming, conniving bastard who doesn't care for any hurt feelings or lost hours of work if it just results in what I consider to be a better system.” —Linus Torvalds trying to change his image.

Current : 

Current -Since 2004, after version 2.6.0 was released, the kernel developers held several discussions regarding the release and version scheme and ultimately Linus Torvalds and others decided that a much shorter release cycle would be beneficial. Linus Torvalds on 2002

UNIXis a computer operating system originally developed in 1969 Unix was a self-contained software system. : 

UNIXis a computer operating system originally developed in 1969 Unix was a self-contained software system.

The Inventors and The Developersof the UNIX : 

The Inventors and The Developersof the UNIX

1969The BeginningThe history of UNIX starts back in 1969, when Ken Thompson, Dennis Ritchie and others started working on the "little-used PDP-7 in a corner" at Bell Labs and what was to become UNIX. : 

1969The BeginningThe history of UNIX starts back in 1969, when Ken Thompson, Dennis Ritchie and others started working on the "little-used PDP-7 in a corner" at Bell Labs and what was to become UNIX.

1971First EditionIt had a assembler for a PDP-11/20, file system, fork(), roff and ed. It was used for text processing of patent documents. : 

1971First EditionIt had a assembler for a PDP-11/20, file system, fork(), roff and ed. It was used for text processing of patent documents.

1975Sixth EditionUNIX leaves home. Also widely known as Version 6, this is the first to be widely available out side of Bell Labs. The first BSD version (1.x) was derived from V6. : 

1975Sixth EditionUNIX leaves home. Also widely known as Version 6, this is the first to be widely available out side of Bell Labs. The first BSD version (1.x) was derived from V6.

1982System IIIAT&T's UNIX System Group (USG) release System III, the first public release outside Bell Laboratories. . : 

1982System IIIAT&T's UNIX System Group (USG) release System III, the first public release outside Bell Laboratories. .

1984SVR2System V Release 2 introduced. At this time there are 100,000 UNIX installations around the world. : 

1984SVR2System V Release 2 introduced. At this time there are 100,000 UNIX installations around the world.

1995UNIX 95Open introduces the UNIX 95 branding programme for implementations of the Single UNIX Specification. Novell sells UnixWare business line to SCO. Digital UNIX introduced. UnixWare 2.0 ships. Open Server 5.0 debuts. : 

1995UNIX 95Open introduces the UNIX 95 branding programme for implementations of the Single UNIX Specification. Novell sells UnixWare business line to SCO. Digital UNIX introduced. UnixWare 2.0 ships. Open Server 5.0 debuts.

1999UNIX at 30The UNIX system reaches its 30th anniversary. : 

1999UNIX at 30The UNIX system reaches its 30th anniversary.

2007Apple Mac OS X certified to UNIX 03. : 

2007Apple Mac OS X certified to UNIX 03.

The End : 

The End By: Group VI (6) John Paul L. Arceno Arianne Escaro Hassel Reas Mark Anthony Quiroz Vidal Jr. Pacuri Gianne Sulanguit Ruth Alvaran