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LJ Interviews Larry Augustin

Marjorie Richardson Issue #44, December 1997 I did an interview with Larry Augustin, founder and President of VA Research, by e-mail on August 19, 1997.     VA Research was founded in 1993 to develop affordable workstation, server and Internet products using the Linux operating system. I did an interview with Larry Augustin, their founder and President, by e-mail on ...

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Using Linux in a Training Environment

B. Scott Burkett Issue #41, September 1997 One company’s experience using Linux as the operating system of choice for their training classes. The proliferation of the Linux operating system has done much to stimulate the interests and activities of hobbyists around the globe. Many developers and users are taking advantage of this freely available, 32-bit wonder, as a viable home ...

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A New Project or a GNU Project?

Mark Bolzern Issue #13, May 1995 How old is Linux? The Linux project was started about four years ago, but the Linux distributions are really far more than four years old. Linux is the product of many years of hard work. Everyone knows that the Linux operating system was created from scratch about four years ago, right? Actually, while the ...

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