Linux 3.11-rc7 Celebrates 22 Years Of Linux
It was on this day twenty-two years ago that Linus Torvalds made the first public release of his Linux operating system. In celebrating the 22nd birthday, the Linux 3.11-rc7 kernel has been tagged.
Linux 3.11-rc7 isn't particularly special itself as it's late in the release cycle and just offers up bug/regression fixes. However, in general, there is a lot of new features to the Linux 3.11 kernel.
Linus tagged 3.11-rc7 this afternoon and then made the following Google+ post to play on his original Linux announcement from 25 August 1991:
Hello everybody out there using Linux -The only other news from his 3.11-rc7 announcement today is that he hopes to have the Linux 3.11 kernel officially released within the next week or so.
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