Linux entered the world of technology with little more than a kernel to call its own. That was the intent of a young computer science student from Helsinki named Linus Torvalds in doing this personal fun project. In 1991, he created code that would become the basis for a completely new approach to operating systems for computers. The rest, as they say, is history. The post 30 Years of Linux History Told via Distros appeared first on LinuxInsider.