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Comment: October 1992 MCC interim release (Score 1) 739

by c0manche (#27711673) Attached to: What Did You Do First With Linux?
My first foray into linux was the MCC interim release on October 1992 whilst at Manchester University. I installed it on a 40Meg Partition on my 386DX25 and the reason was to allow me to do the programming course works without been tied to going into the Unix computer lab. I still remember using 0.95 of the linux kernel and remember the excitement on the course when 1.0 of the linux kernel was released. Ah them were the days. Memories..............

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