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How Linux is Built

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While Linux is running our phones, friend requests, tweets, financial trades, ATMs and more, most of us don't know how it's actually built. This short video takes you inside the process by which the largest collaborative development project in the history of computing is organized.
Based on the annual report "Who Writes Linux," this is a powerful and inspiring story of how Linux has become a community-driven phenomenon.
More information about Linux and The Linux Foundation can be found at http://www.linuxfoundation.org and http://www.linux.com

The Story of Linux : Commemorating 20 Years of the Linux Operating System

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Celebrate the 20th Anniversary of Linux with us. Watch the Story of Linux to remember - or learn for the first time - how Linux disrupted a market and has begun to change the world. Do you see yourself in its story?

Debian - The Universal Operating System

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Debian is a free operating system (OS) for your computer. An operating system is the set of basic programs and utilities that make your computer run.

Debian provides more than a pure OS: it comes with over 29000 packages, precompiled software bundled up in a nice format for easy installation on your machine. Read more...

The latest stable release of Debian is 6.0. The last update to this release was made on February 23rd, 2013. Read more about available versions of Debian.Getting Started
  • If you'd like to start using Debian, you can easily obtain a copy, and then follow the installation instructions to install it.
  • If you're upgrading to the latest stable release from a previous version, please read the release notes before proceeding.
  • To get help in using or setting up Debian, see our documentation and support pages.
  • Users that speak languages other than English should check the international section.
  • People who use systems other than Intel x86 should check the ports section.