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Re: [tlug] Who was first?
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- Date: Sun, 20 Jan 2002 05:30:41 +0900
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On Thu, Jan 17, 2002 at 11:03:31AM +0100, Martin Baehr wrote: > On Thu, Jan 17, 2002 at 03:44:59PM +0900, Tomita Alberto wrote: > > SoftLanding Software (SLS), kernel 0.xx? > > yggdrasil and mcc/interim also already existed during that time. > which one was really first should best be answered by a google > search, now that they have the old archives online. MCC was the first distro available via ftp. SLS and Yggdrasal came out shortly later from what I recall. I still have the my original floppies in storage. The first distro on CD is rather a tie. I recall SLS and Slackware bundled on a CD together by Unix Magazine before both distros did it themselves. BTW I have the initial release of Slackware with the 0.98pl12 kernel on floppies and CD. Slackware was the easiest to install out of the 4 distros. Slackware's ease of use made it the leading distro back then. I remember downloading SLS and Slackware from a BBS ran by a R. Young in North Carolina. -- Uva
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