Linux is an Open Source Operating system with its roots in UNIX. Linus Torvalds, a student, had spent much of his computing career using UNIX based operating systems.

He wanted a UNIX-based operating system to use on a home PC. In 1993, the earliest versions of Linux were created.

The early versions used a Linux command line interface, and these Linux systems were mostly aimed at experienced developers. However, as Linux is open source, many independent programmers and software houses tinkered with Linux to fit their needs.

One of the most common ways of adapting Linux was by adding Linux device drivers so that all kinds of hardware became Linux compatible. Linux GUIs (graphical user interfaces) were introduced, making Linux friendly for the End user as well as for Linux programmers and Linux system Administrators.


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