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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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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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 damn small linux :D

 
 by scummos on: Apr 15 2007
 
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http://www.damnsmalllinux.org/index_de.html


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 Re: damn small linux :D

 
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Have another look, it's already there. :)


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 Meaning of bullets

 
 by niels-olson on: Apr 16 2007
 
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Hello,

what is the significance of the position of each distro's bullet? Question posed over at Edward Tufte's design forum:
https://www.edwardtufte.com/bboard/q-and-a-fetch-msg?msg_id=00018e&topic_id=1&topic=


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 Re: Meaning of bullets

 
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Hiya.

The bullet marks the date, the 45 degree angle is just a design thing (even though it's not consistent). Derek is right, it's confusing. I'm working on a different layout which will hopefully look better.


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 Ulteo

 
 by Smarter on: Apr 26 2007
 
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You forgot Ulteo(based on kubuntu).


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 Re: Ulteo

 
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Will add. Thanks.

Just reached 10 000 downloads! \o/


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 Timeline Frenzy

 
 by petersi on: May 9 2007
 
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Wow, this shows exactly the problem with Linux. You may say that there's a distro for every taste, but over 80 distro's developed from plm. 3 or 4 strains has more to do with the desire to expose one's individuality then anything else :-)


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Yeah, probably. And still, this is just a tip of the iceberg. It's hard to set restrictions to which should or shouldn't be added as it's difficult to find info on a distro's real significance. It's easy to set up a website which gives the impression your distro is the worlds most important one with a large user base. :) Checking repositories and community forums is very time consuming.

My priority is to improve the early years. I wasn't around back then so I have to rely on feedback and the few traces I can find on the net. So... any help appreciated!


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 Re: Re: Timeline Fre

 
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I think you did a pretty thorough job though. My first edition was Slackware, beginning 1995. You couldn't get Redhat from a store back then. I only knew of Slack, debian and Suse :-)

Remember "www" is from 1992, Mosaic from 1993 and people still had direct and free access to the NSF backbone, up until 1995...
This world is as young as it gets.


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 ELX Linux

 
 by DLHDavidLH on: May 24 2007
 
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check

ELX Linux


http://www.elxlinux.com/


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 Linux.org

 
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