- Together with the tools from the GNU project there suddenly was a complete system consisting only of free software
- Everyone called it Linux despite Linux being only the kernel
- GNU/Linux is more appropriate to differentiate to GNU/Hurd which is still experimental
- Alan Cox ported Linux to the 68k platform
- Today Linux supports x86, 68k, PowerPC (Motorola, IBM, AMCC), ARM (StrongARM, X-Scale), MIPS, System/390, etc.
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