[TUHS] System Economics (was is Linux "officially branded UNIX")
clemc at ccc.com
Wed Mar 15 04:20:27 AEST 2017
That's not really fair. The compiler and the utilities was developed for
UNIX long before the Linux kernel existed. This is why so many of consider
"Linux" just the current version of UNIX.
On Tue, Mar 14, 2017 at 12:20 PM, Arthur Krewat <krewat at kilonet.net> wrote:
> Everything. I'm trying to grok how long Linux as a whole was in active
> development. That includes all the GNU utilities, GCC, everything.
> Just like a "regular" corporate development environment would have devoted
> to the cause :)
> On 3/14/2017 11:57 AM, Michael Kjörling wrote:
>> On 14 Mar 2017 11:51 -0400, from krewat at kilonet.net (Arthur Krewat):
>>> in reality, how much of Linux was based on previous works?
>> Linux the kernel, or Linux the usable operating system (which would
>> include at least the essential userspace parts)?
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