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Old 05-07-10, 12:58 AM   #3
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Default Re: Revolution OS: How FOSS and Linux came to be.

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Originally Posted by t3hl33td4rg0n View Post
Got a few lost/flash forward episodes to catch up on.
You're gonna get p1ssed. Lost will p1ss you off.

re: the OT, I remember doing quite a bit of reading about Linux back in '99, and I really though at that point or at least a couple years from then that it would start to become a consumer-friendly OS that was a popular alternative to Windows. .. As it turns out it look a few more years, as IMO the first real n00b friendly Linux was the 2007 releases of Ubuntu.

I'll definitely check this movie out. It'll get my mind off of how p1ssed I am at Lost.
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