The History of Linux

The History of Linux (2 CD)

Date: 1993-1994
License: GPL

* Debian Linux 0.90 BETA, 1992/1993 (kernel 0.99pl14w)
* jurix (SuSE 4.2 pre-release), (kernel 1.3.91)
* Red Hat Linux – Mother’s Day Release 1.1, 1994/1995 (kernel 1.2.11)
* Slackware Linux 1.1.2, 1993/1994 (kernel 0.99.15)
* BOGUS Linux 1.0, 1994 (kernel 1.1.19)
* MCC Interim Linux 1.0+, 1994 (kernel 1.0.4)
* Softlanding Linux System 1.05, 1994 (kernel 1.0)
* Xdenu 2.0, 1993 (kernel 1.1.73)

RedHat-1-CLI

RedHat-1-GUI

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Fedora 1

Fedora 1 (ISO, 3CD)

Linux Distro: Fedora 1
Type: Stable
Date: 5 November 2003
Kernel: 2.4.19
Feature: The first release of Fedora.

Fedora Core 1, codenamed “Yarrow”, was the first version of Fedora and was released in 2003. Fedora distro was based on Red Hat Linux 9 and shipped with kernel 2.4.19, GNOME 2.4, and KDE 3.1.

Fedora-1-Install

Fedora-1-Usage

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SUSE 1.09

SUSE 1.09 (ISO, 1CD)

Linux Distro: SUSE 1.09
Type: Stable
Date: 29 March 1994
Kernel: 1.0
Feature: SUSE 1.09. Slackware-based Linux released in 1994.

In 1994, in support with Linux expert Patrick Volkerding, Slackware scripts were translated into German and English languages, which was marked as the first official release of S.u.S.E. Linux 1.0 distribution. First time it was available first on floppies, and then on CD.

SUSE-1.0

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