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This is a timeline/cladogram of GNU/Linux distributions.

Check the README (available in SVG link) for details.

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Web: http://futurist.se/gldt
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Based on "Línea del tiempo Distribuciones Linux" by A. Sandoval (alexdark).




Changelog:

7.6 (2007-06-21)
* Added 50 distros: Armed, Asianux, Momonga, Berry, Bogus, Tao, Aurora, Backtrack (WHAX, Whoppix, Auditor Security Linux), BeatrIX, Shabdix, Bioknoppix, Linux Universe, eIT easyLinux, Bayanihan, MINI, Monkey, Ututo, AnNyung, BU Linux, Voltalinux, DOSLINUX (DILINUX), Bluewall, BinToo, LinuxPPC, Eridani, blackPanther, Happy, grml, BioBrew, Miracle, Kondara, Immunix, ELX, LinuxInstall, HP Secure, EvilEntity, SuperRescue, AUSTRUMI, BOSS, Bluewhite64, Trans-Ameritech, WGS Linux Pro, Xdenu, Craftworks, Linux-FT, AsianLinux (Thanks Andrea, Henrik, D. Gimpelevich, M. Prokop, D. Hill)
* Fixed Progeny, KANOTIX/Sidux, DeLi, Fedora (Fedora Core), Annvix (OpenSLS) (Thanks D. Gimpelevich)
* Renamed to "GNU/Linux distro timeline" and licensed it under GFDL.
* Finally a SVG version, thanks to the very helpful A. Urošević.

7.5 (2007-05-08)
* Added 34 distros: gNewSense, Linux Mint, Sidux, How-Tux, Skolelinux, e-smith/SME Server, Eurielec, SmoothWall, IPCop, Ulteo, Impi, Trustix, Elive, ALT Linux, Annvix, ATmission, Kurumin, Aurox, StartCom, Caixa Mágica, DARKSTAR, NimbleX, Sauver, DeLi, DeMuDi, GoboLinux, Parsix, Gnu-HALO, DSL-N, KnoppMyth, ZoneCD, nUbuntu, Oz. (Thanks janet, maco, B4ShHK, Thomas Bliesener, Tsunemi, tarumbar, Smarter, Líus F. Carneiro, Jake Neumann, REVTUX)
* Fixed Turbolinux/United Linux, Ubuntu/Freespire, Damn Small Linux, PLD, Stampede based on Slackware, Astaro based on SUSE, SLAX (Thanks duder, David Orban, Dylan Griffiths, Lars Strand, Mariusz Mazur, Jake Neumann)
* Removed SELinux (Thanks Graham White)

7.2 (2007-02-28)
* Added 16 distros: Pardus, Linux From Scratch, SELinux, EnGarde, TAMU, DLD/Delix, LST, Yellow Dog, Turbolinux, Rock Linux, Freespire, openSUSE, United Linux, PLD, Kate Linux/KateOS. (Thanks Pawel Michalik, B. Kandemir, T. Ainsworth)
* Fixed MCC, SLS, Slackware, Libranet, Arch, Frugalware. (Thanks D. Gimpelevich)

6.9 (2006-09-25)
* Added 3 distros: Ekaaty, Virtual Linux, Beehive. (Thanks tosta, nightwriter)

6.8.4 (2006-08-30)
* Added 11 distros: Caldera/SCO, Redmond/Lycoris, Libranet, Peanut/aLinux, Scientific, BLAG, dyne:bolic, Symphony OS.
* Fixed PCLinuxOS, Source Mage. (Thanks ruskie)

6.8.3 (2006-08-26)
* Added 3 distros: SimplyMEPIS, Storm, Progeny. (Thanks D. Gimpelevich, Moises, Jeff Self)
* Fixed Vector, Damn Small Linux. (Thanks J. Grindstone, D. Gimpelevich)

6.8.2 (2006-08-20)
* Added 14 distros: MCC, Yggdrasil, Stampede, Yoper, Sorcerer, Lunar, Source Mage, Enoch, Jurix, Specifix, Guadalinex, Edubuntu, RR4/RR64/Sabayon. (Thanks nightwriter + others)

6.8.1 (2006-08-16)
* Fixed SUSE, removed openSUSE until its official release. (Thanks M. Schlander)

6.8 (2006-08-14)
* First one.




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 GNU/Linux in 1991?

 
 by ariszlo on: Aug 31 2006
 
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Don't change history. No one called it GNU/Linux in 1991. That name came three years later.


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 Re: GNU/Linux in 1991?

 
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Hi. Trust me, I'm not deliberately trying to "change history".
Any suggestions on how to put that in the timeline?


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 Re: Re: GNU/Linux in

 
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It was called Linux in 1991. "GNU/Linux" was first used in the name of Debian GNU/Linux in 1994.
See: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/GNU_Linux_naming_controversy


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 Re: Re: Re: GNU/Linux in

 
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Thanks for the link.
My intention for the timeline is to make it somewhat simplified (an example is naming "Debian GNU/Linux" just "Debian"), and since I don't know how to put your suggestion in the timeline without making a mess I think I'll leave it the way it is for now, but I appreciate the comment.
If anyone has comments on this approach, please let me know.


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 One of the earliest

 
 by nightwriter on: Sep 6 2006
 
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Live Cd's (perhaps predating Knoppix is Virtual Linux started 2000-09-24 still available for d/l and based on mdk7.2

http://sourceforge.net/projects/virtual-linux/


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 One of the earliest

 
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Live Cd's (perhaps predating Knoppix is Virtual Linux started 2000-09-24 still available for d/l and based on mdk7.2

http://sourceforge.net/projects/virtual-linux/


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 Re: One of the earliest

 
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Thanks! Will add.
According to distrowatch it is now discontinued.


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Very cool :)


My software never has bugs. It just develops random features.

www.absinthesyringe.blogspot.com

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 2 Ubuntu derivatives

 
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Mint and gNewSense. They both popped up this year, some time in the last couple of months.


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 Re: 2 Ubuntu derivatives

 
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I'll include them. Thanks.


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 distros

 
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add how-tux :(
http://www.how-tux.com


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Will be added for the next version. Thanks.


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