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Special Device Help Prevent Suddent Infant Death

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Happy 20th Anniversary, Linux!

Written on April 07, 2011 by Chris Martin

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Tux the Penguin is 20 years young and still rocking.

Who would have thought that a random hobby of a computer programmer would end up on your phones, televisions, and even 95% of the world’s super computers? Yep, Linux has been a part of our everyday lives for the past 20 years. Although there’s only a handful of consumers out there who are aware that they are using Linux, the open-source strived beyond what was expected and now is one of the world’s most used (yet unsung) operating system.

Now sit back, relax and take a dive into the famous FOSS operating system’s history through a very comical video. And if you’re aching for some more Linux celebration, visit their website and discover online and real-life events set soon.

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