Video: The Origins of Linux - Linus Torvalds (2001)

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Sept 19, 2001
Linus Torvalds, the creator of the operating system phenomenon Linux, tells the story of how he went from writing code as a graduate student in Helsinki in the early 1990s to becoming an icon for open source software by the end of the decade.
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