“A World Without Linux” celebrates 24th anniversary of Linux kernel release

October 8, 2015 at 9:50 am | Posted in LPI, Vendor news | Leave a comment
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To raise awareness of the ubiquity of open-source processes in general, and Linux in particular, the Linux Foundation has kicked off a series of YouTube videos titled “A World Without Linux.” Coincidentally (or not!), the videos coincide with the 24th anniversary of the initial Linux kernel release.

Though the videos can appeal to a general (non-tech) public, they hide content geared toward the Linux pros.

Most of the episodes in the #WorldWithoutLinux video series include both subtle and overt Linux references, or Easter eggs. Those of us close to Linux should be able to spot them. If you can’t, how well do you really know Linux? Show us!

 

For details on how to find and report your Linux easter egg – and win your swag – visit the Linux.com blog.

To watch the first World Without Linux episode and subscribe to future updates, visit The Linux Foundation’s YouTube Channel.

Happy hunting!

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