Feb. 6, 1911: Knoppix 3.8 paves the way for the future
October 26, 2007
Google Dates Linux to 1910
Obviously the 2.6 kernel was responsible for that year‘s great accomplishments: the introduction of airmail, Urdu typing, International Women’s Day, and Futurism; the inaugurations of the New York Public Library, the reign of George V, and Scientific Management; and the arrival of a meteor from outer space, clearly attracted by massive volumes of IRC-over-hot-air-balloon traffic. I just hope those Latvian anarchists didn’t have anything to do with it.