either one? or? both... no? harm in having? two repositories.? Ed#
In a message dated 5/28/2018 9:32:30 PM US Mountain Standard Time, cctalk at
On 05/28/2018 10:28 AM, Guy N. via cctalk wrote:
I started with Linux kernel version 0.12 (not a typo),
which I believe
was the first version that was self-hosting.
I need to go back and learn more history of Linux, particularly about
before it was self hosting.
I've heard vague reference to Unix not being self hosting either when it
first started out. I think it relied on GE Computer Operating System.
(I think that's where the "gecos" field comes from.)
Is there any collector value or interest in old issues
of Linux Journal?
I have a continuous run for "several" years, beginning with the very
I don't know how much value there is presently for the old issues. But
I suspect that there will be some historic value in the future.
Anyone interested? As many as you want could be yours
for the cost of
shipping (USPS Media Mail).
My instinct would be BitSavers or The Internet Archive might be
interested. Though I don't know how that works seeing as how Linux
Journal is still (again?) alive and selling subscriptions.
Grant. . . .
unix || die