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CHINA-SOFTWARE
RTX1BPWH
May 05, 2015
Sipu Enterprises Group Chief Executive Zhang Long poses at his office in Kunming, February 16, 2015....
Kunming, China
Sipu Enterprises Group Chief Executive Zhang Long poses at his office in Kunming
Sipu Enterprises Group Chief Executive Zhang Long poses at his office in Kunming, February 16, 2015. Zhang made his fortune selling Pu'er fermented tea and handcrafted furniture from the mountains of his native Yunnan Province in southwest China. Last November, the 49-year old entrepreneur, who has no technology background, strode into a Beijing ballroom to pitch his latest made-in-China product: SPGnux, a Linux-based operating system he says could replace Microsoft Corp's Windows. Picture taken February 16, 2015. REUTERS/Gerry Shih

GERMANY/
RTXSWEY
October 01, 2010
A customer examines the WeTab tablet computer during the first day of its sales in an electronics supermarket...
Berlin, Germany
A customer examines the WeTab tablet computer during the first day of its sales in an electronics supermarket...
A customer examines the WeTab tablet computer during the first day of its sales in an electronics supermarket in Berlin, October 1, 2010. WeTab uses a Linux-based open-source MeeGo operating system and is available with a starting price of 569 euro. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTXSWEW
October 01, 2010
A customer examines the WeTab tablet computer during the first day of its sales in an electronics supermarket...
Berlin, Germany
A customer examines the WeTab tablet computer during the first day of its sales in an electronics supermarket...
A customer examines the WeTab tablet computer during the first day of its sales in an electronics supermarket in Berlin, October 1, 2010. WeTab uses a Linux-based open-source MeeGo operating system and is available with a starting price of 569 euro. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
GERMANY/
RTXSWEU
October 01, 2010
A customer examines the WeTab tablet computer during the first day of its sales in an electronics supermarket...
Berlin, Germany
A customer examines the WeTab tablet computer during the first day of its sales in an electronics supermarket...
A customer examines the WeTab tablet computer during the first day of its sales in an electronics supermarket in Berlin, October 1, 2010. WeTab uses a Linux-based open-source MeeGo operating system and is available with a starting price of 569 euro. REUTERS/Pawel Kopczynski (GERMANY - Tags: BUSINESS)
TECH-SUMMIT/LIMO
RTXJY3U
May 20, 2009
LiMo Foundation Executive Director Morgan Gillis speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo May...
Tokyo, Japan
LiMo Foundation Executive Director Morgan Gillis speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo
LiMo Foundation Executive Director Morgan Gillis speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo May 20, 2009. Open-source wireless Linux foundation LiMo aims to grow its share of the mobile phone operating system market, dominated by Nokia, by adding about 10 members and launching 20 new models this year. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN BUSINESS)
TECH-SUMMIT/LIMO
RTXJY3R
May 20, 2009
LiMo Foundation Executive Director Morgan Gillis speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo May...
Tokyo, Japan
LiMo Foundation Executive Director Morgan Gillis speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo
LiMo Foundation Executive Director Morgan Gillis speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo May 20, 2009. Open-source wireless Linux foundation LiMo aims to grow its share of the mobile phone operating system market, dominated by Nokia, by adding about 10 members and launching 20 new models this year. REUTERS/Toru Hanai (JAPAN BUSINESS)
SPORT CFL FOOTBALL
RTRPH57
October 07, 2003
Hamilton native Robert Young, Chief Executive Officer and founder of
Lulu.com, an online marketplace...
Hamilton, Canada
ROBERT YOUNG ANNOUNCES HIS PURCHASE OF THE CFL HAMILTON TIGER CATS.
Hamilton native Robert Young, Chief Executive Officer and founder of
Lulu.com, an online marketplace for digital content, announces his
purchase of the Canadian Football League (CFL) Hamilton Tiger Cats at a
press conference in Hamilton, October 7, 2003. Young is also the
co-founder of Red Hat, a NASDAQ traded company and the leading seller
of Linux software. Ownership of the Tiger Cats was taken over by the
CFL in August after the previous owners failed to meet payroll
payments. REUTERS/Mike Cassese

MC
SPORT CFL FOOTBALL
RTRPH4T
October 07, 2003
Hamilton native Robert Young, Chief Executive Officer and founder of
Lulu.com, an online marketplace...
Hamilton, Canada
ROBERT YOUNG ANNOUNCES HIS PURCHASE OF THE CFL HAMILTON TIGER CATS.
Hamilton native Robert Young, Chief Executive Officer and founder of
Lulu.com, an online marketplace for digital content, poses for photos
by the cockpit of a Lockheed CF104 'Starfighter' after announcing his
purchase of the Canadian Football League (CFL) Hamilton Tiger Cats in
Hamilton, October 7, 2003. Young is also the co-founder of Red Hat, a
NASDAQ traded company and the leading seller of Linux software.
Ownership of the Tiger Cats was taken over by the CFL in August after
the previous owners failed to meet payroll payments. REUTERS/Mike
Cassese

MC
SPORT CFL FOOTBALL
RTRPH4Q
October 07, 2003
Hamilton native Robert Young, Chief Executive Officer and founder of
Lulu.com, an online marketplace...
Hamilton, Canada
ROBERT YOUNG ANNOUNCES HIS PURCHASE OF THE CFL HAMILTON TIGER CATS.
Hamilton native Robert Young, Chief Executive Officer and founder of
Lulu.com, an online marketplace for digital content, announces his
purchase of the Canadian Football League (CFL) Hamilton Tiger Cats at a
press conference in Hamilton, October 7, 2003. Young is also the
co-founder of Red Hat, a NASDAQ traded company and the leading seller
of Linux software. Ownership of the Tiger Cats was taken over by the
CFL in August after the previous owners failed to meet payroll
payments. REUTERS/Mike Cassese

MC
SPORT CFL FOOTBALL
RTRPH4L
October 07, 2003
Hamilton native Robert Young, Chief Executive Officer and founder of
Lulu.com, an online marketplace...
Hamilton, Canada
ROBERT YOUNG ANNOUNCES HIS PURCHASE OF THE CFL HAMILTON TIGER CATS.
Hamilton native Robert Young, Chief Executive Officer and founder of
Lulu.com, an online marketplace for digital content, announces his
purchase of the Canadian Football League (CFL) Hamilton Tiger Cats at a
press conference in Hamilton, October 7, 2003. Young is also the
co-founder of Red Hat, a NASDAQ traded company and the leading seller
of Linux software. Ownership of the Tiger Cats was taken over by the
CFL in August after the previous owners failed to meet payroll
payments. REUTERS/Mike Cassese

MC
TECH LINUX
RTRH2WO
January 23, 2003
Nathan Saunders (L) of Hewlett-Packard shows a HP Proliant server running
SuSE Linux Open Exchange Server...
New York
SUSE LINUX OPEN EXCHANGE SERVER SHOWN AT THE LINUX EXPO IN NEW YORK.
Nathan Saunders (L) of Hewlett-Packard shows a HP Proliant server running
SuSE Linux Open Exchange Server to Orson Champ (R) at the Linux Expo in New
York on January 23, 2003. The trade show featured products from more main
stream technology companies this year since the Linux operating system has
gained popularity among corporate users. REUTERS/Chip East

CME
TECH LINUX
RTRH2VG
January 23, 2003
Jay Lowe of IBM (R) talks about a version of Linux on a handheld
computer which extends battery life...
New York
IBM SHOWS LINUX ON A HANDHELD AT THE LINUX EXPO IN NEW YORK.
Jay Lowe of IBM (R) talks about a version of Linux on a handheld
computer which extends battery life and increases power, with Danika
Lewis (L) and Arnold Tobita (C) at the Linux Expo in New York on
January 23, 2003. The trade show featured products from more main
stream technology companies this year since the Linux operating system
has gained popularity among corporate users. REUTERS/Chip East

CME/ME
TECH LINUX
RTRH2UO
January 23, 2003
Dan Cox of Hewlett-Packard talks about Red Hat Linux at the Linux Expo
in New York on January 23, 2003....
New York
RED HAT LINUX SHOWN AT THE LINUX EXPO IN NEW YORK.
Dan Cox of Hewlett-Packard talks about Red Hat Linux at the Linux Expo
in New York on January 23, 2003. The trade show featured products from
more main stream technology companies this year since the Linux
operating system has gained popularity among corporate users.
REUTERS/Chip East

CME/ME
KOREA
RTRFBVR
December 13, 2002
Linus Torvalds, creator of the Linux computer operating system, in
Seoul after he received a medal and...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
CREATOR OF THE LINUX COMPUTER OPERATING SYSTEM IN SEOUL.
Linus Torvalds, creator of the Linux computer operating system, in
Seoul after he received a medal and a certificate of honorary Seoul
citizenship, December 13, 2002. Torvalds arrived in Seoul on Wednesday
for a three-day visit. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won

LJW/YN
KOREA
RTRFBVK
December 13, 2002
Linus Torvalds (L), creator of the Linux computer operating system,
poses with Lee Myong-bak, the mayor...
Seoul, Korea - Republic of
CREATOR OF THE LINUX COMPUTER OPERATING SYSTEM IN SEOUL.
Linus Torvalds (L), creator of the Linux computer operating system,
poses with Lee Myong-bak, the mayor of Seoul as the former receives a
medal and a certificate of honorary Seoul citizenship, in Seoul
December 13, 2002. Torvalds arrived in Seoul on Wednesday for a
three-day visit. REUTERS/Lee Jae-Won REUTER

LJW/RCS
JAPAN
RTRDPXH
November 12, 2002
An employee of Japanese manufacturer Sharp demonstrates its new SL-C700
Zaurus at an unveiling of the...
Tokyo, Japan
EMPLOYEE OF JAPANESE MANUFACTURER SHARP DEMONSTRATES NEW ZAURUS MODEL
IN TOKYO.
An employee of Japanese manufacturer Sharp demonstrates its new SL-C700
Zaurus at an unveiling of the new personal digital assistant (PDA) in
Tokyo November 12, 2002. The SL-C700 Zaurus uses Linux and Java
software, has a two-way system monitor for horizontal and vertical
swivel-viewing and is priced around 60,000 yen (U.S. $503)
REUTERS/Issei Kato

IK
JAPAN
RTRDPXC
November 12, 2002
An employee of Japanese electronics manufacturer Sharp shows off its
new SL-C700 Zaurus at an unveiling...
Tokyo, Japan
EMPLOYEE OF JAPANESE MANUFACTURER SHARP SHOWS OFF NEW ZAURUS MODEL IN
TOKYO.
An employee of Japanese electronics manufacturer Sharp shows off its
new SL-C700 Zaurus at an unveiling of the new personal digital
assistant (PDA) in Tokyo on November 12, 2002. The SL-C700 Zaurus uses
Linux and Java software and has a two-way system monitor for horizontal
and vertical swivel-viewing and is priced around 60,000 yen (U.S. $503
). REUTERS/Issei Kato

IK/DL/AH
GERMANY SCHROEDER
RTRELLW
February 21, 2001
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (L) smiles with Erwin Staudt, head of IBM Germany (R) after he received...
Stuttgart, Germany
GERMAN CHANCELLOR GERHARD SCHROEDER RECEIVES A STUFFED ANIMAL DURING HIS VISIT IN STUTTGART.
German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder (L) smiles with Erwin Staudt, head of IBM Germany (R) after he received a stuffed animal, the mascot of the Linux operating system, during his visit at the IT technologies group IBM in Stuttgart, February 21, 2001. Schroeder is on a three-day visit in the German state of Baden Wuertemberg prior to the state elections on March 25.

MAD/WS
COWPLAND
RTXJX09
August 15, 2000
Corel Corporation president, chief executive, and chairman of the board Michael Cowpland announced his...
Ottawa, Canada
Corel Corporation president, chief executive, and chairman of the board Michael Cowpland announced h.....
Corel Corporation president, chief executive, and chairman of the board Michael Cowpland announced his resignation at a news conference in Ottawa, August 15, 2000. Cowpland says he wants to dedicate his time and resources to new start-up opportunities especially developing Linux software technology.
CANADA COREL
RTR7AX8
August 15, 2000
Corel Corporation President Michael Cowpland (L) leaves a news conference with his interim successor...
Ottawa, Canada
COREL PRESIDENT COWPLAND LEAVES NEWS CONFERENCE WITH BURNEY.
Corel Corporation President Michael Cowpland (L) leaves a news conference with his interim successor Derek J. Burney after Cowpland announced his resignation in Ottawa, August 15, 2000. Cowpland said he wants to dedicate his time and resources to new start-up opportunities, especially developing Linux software technology.

JY/SV
CANADA COREL
RTR7AVZ
August 15, 2000
Corel Corporation president, chief executive, and chairman of the board Michael Cowpland (L) shakes hands...
Ottawa, Canada
COREL PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE COWPLAND SHAKES HANDS WITH HIS SUCCESSOR.
Corel Corporation president, chief executive, and chairman of the board Michael Cowpland (L) shakes hands with his interim successor Derek J. Burney (R) after Cowpland announced his resignation at a news conference in Ottawa, August 15, 2000. Cowpland says he wants to dedicate his time and resources to new start-up opportunities especially developing Linux software technology.

JY
CANADA COREL
RTR7AVC
August 15, 2000
Corel Corporation president, chief executive, and chairman of the board Michael Cowpland announced his...
Ottawa, Canada
COREL PRESIDENT AND CHIEF EXECUTIVE MICHAEL COWPLAND ANNOUCES HIS RESIGNATION.
Corel Corporation president, chief executive, and chairman of the board Michael Cowpland announced his resignation at a news conference in Ottawa, August 15, 2000. Cowpland says he wants to dedicate his time and resources to new start-up opportunities especially developing Linux software technology.

JY
TAIWAN
RTR52Q3
June 08, 2000
Richard Stallman, one of the Linux founders gestures during a speech in Taipei June 8 as the second day...
Taipei, Taiwan
LINUX FOUNDER RICHARD STALLMAN POINTS OUT DURING A SPEECH IN TAIPEI.
Richard Stallman, one of the Linux founders gestures during a speech in Taipei June 8 as the second day of his eight-day visit in Taiwan. Stallman, a professor of computer engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), is the founder of the Free Software Foundation, which contributed to develop Linux in the spirit that anyone should be free to use or distribute software. The Linux operating system is a free and open operating system for computers and in direct competition to industry giant Microsoft's Windows operating systems.

SK/TS
TAIWAN
RTR52PS
June 08, 2000
Richard Stallman, one of the founders of Linux, prepares his speech in Taipei June 8, the second day...
Taipei, Taiwan
LINUX FOUNDER RICHARD STALLMAN PREPARES HIS SPEECH IN TAIPEI.
Richard Stallman, one of the founders of Linux, prepares his speech in Taipei June 8, the second day of his eight-day visit in Taiwan. Stallman, a professor of computer engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), is the founder of the Free Software Foundation, which contributed to develop Linux in the spirit that anyone should be free to use or distribute software. The Linux operating system is a free and open operating system for computers and in direct competition to industry giant Microsoft's Windows operating systems.

SK/TAN
STALLMAN
RTXJSSU
June 07, 2000
Linux founder Richard Stallman answers questions at a press conference June 7 after he arrived in Taipei...
Taipei, Taiwan
Linux founder Richard Stallman answers questions at a press conference June 7 after he arrived in Ta.....
Linux founder Richard Stallman answers questions at a press conference June 7 after he arrived in Taipei to begin his eight-day visit in Taiwan. Stallman, a professor of computer engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), is the founder of the Free Software Foundation, which contributed to develop Linux in the spirit that anyone should be free to use or distribute software. The Linux operating system is a free and open operating system for computers [and in direct competition to industry giant Microsoft's Windows operating systems. ]
STALLMAN
RTXJSST
June 07, 2000
Richard Stallman, one of the Linux founders gestures during a speech in Taipei June 8 as the second day...
Taipei, Taiwan
Richard Stallman, one of the Linux founders gestures during a speech in Taipei June 8 as the second .....
Richard Stallman, one of the Linux founders gestures during a speech in Taipei June 8 as the second day of his eight-day visit in Taiwan. Stallman, a professor of computer engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), is the founder of the Free Software Foundation, which contributed to develop Linux in the spirit that anyone should be free to use or distribute software. The Linux operating system is a free and open operating system for computers [and in direct competition to industry giant Microsoft's Windows operating systems. ]
STALLMAN
RTXJSSS
June 07, 2000
Linux founder Richard Stallman plays a wooden flute during a press conference June 7 after he just arrived...
Taipei, Taiwan
Linux founder Richard Stallman plays a wooden flute during a press conference June 7 after he just a.....
Linux founder Richard Stallman plays a wooden flute during a press conference June 7 after he just arrived in Taipei to begin his eight-day visit in Taiwan. Stallman, a professor of computer engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is the founder of the Free Software Foundation, which contributed to develop Linux in the spirit that anyone should be free to use or distribute software. The Linux operating system is a free and open operating system for computers [and in direct competition to industry giant Microsoft's Windows operating systems. ]
STALLMAN
RTXJSSR
June 07, 2000
Richard Stallman, one of the founders of Linux, prepares his speech in Taipei June 8, the second day...
Taipei, Taiwan
Richard Stallman, one of the founders of Linux, prepares his speech in Taipei June 8, the second day.....
Richard Stallman, one of the founders of Linux, prepares his speech in Taipei June 8, the second day of his eight-day visit in Taiwan. Stallman, a professor of computer engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), is the founder of the Free Software Foundation, which contributed to develop Linux in the spirit that anyone should be free to use or distribute software. The Linux operating system is a free and open operating system for computers [and in direct competition to industry giant Microsoft's Windows operating systems. ]
TAIWAN
RTR15IO6
June 07, 2000
Linux founder Richard Stallman plays a wooden flute during a press conference June 7 after he just arrived...
Taipei, Taiwan
RICHARD STALLMAN PLAYS A WOODEN FLUTE BEFORE A PRESS CONFERENCE IN TAIPEI.
Linux founder Richard Stallman plays a wooden flute during a press conference June 7 after he just arrived in Taipei to begin his eight-day visit in Taiwan. Stallman, a professor of computer engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) is the founder of the Free Software Foundation, which contributed to develop Linux in the spirit that anyone should be free to use or distribute software. The Linux operating system is a free and open operating system for computers and in direct competition to industry giant Microsoft's Windows operating systems.

SK/PB
TAIWAN
RTR51VY
June 07, 2000
Linux founder Richard Stallman answers questions at a press conference June 7 after he arrived in Taipei...
Taipei, Taiwan
RICHARD STALLMAN ANSWERS QUESTIONS AT A PRESS CONFERENCE IN TAIPEI.
Linux founder Richard Stallman answers questions at a press conference June 7 after he arrived in Taipei to begin his eight-day visit in Taiwan. Stallman, a professor of computer engineering at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), is the founder of the Free Software Foundation, which contributed to develop Linux in the spirit that anyone should be free to use or distribute software. The Linux operating system is a free and open operating system for computers and in direct competition to industry giant Microsoft's Windows operating systems.

SK/PB
CRUSOE
RTXJG6C
January 19, 2000
Transmeta Corp. developer Linus Torvalds, the creator of the Linux Operating System, smiles as he plays...
Saratoga, United States of America
Transmeta Corp. developer Linus Torvalds, the creator of the Linux Operating System, smiles as he pl.....
Transmeta Corp. developer Linus Torvalds, the creator of the Linux Operating System, smiles as he plays a computer game as part of a demonstration of Transmeta's new Crusoe microprocessors at a press event January 19 in Saratoga, California. Transmeta is touting the Crusoe as the world's first smart microprocessor which will revolutionize the field of mobile computing.
CRUSOE
RTXJG6B
January 19, 2000
Transmeta Corp. developer Linus Torvalds (L), the creator of the Linux Operating System, is joined by...
Saratoga, United States of America
Transmeta Corp. developer Linus Torvalds (L), the creator of the Linux Operating System, is joined b.....
Transmeta Corp. developer Linus Torvalds (L), the creator of the Linux Operating System, is joined by Transmeta CEO David Ditzel as the two of them hold up newly unvieled Crusoe microprocessors at a press event January 19. Transmeta is touting the Crusoe as the world's first smart microprocessor which will revolutionize the field of mobile computing.
MICROPROCESSOR
RTRGD7
January 19, 2000
Transmeta Corp. developer Linus Torvalds (L), the creator of the Linux Operating System, is joined by...
Saratoga, United States of America
LINUS TORVALDS WITH NEW CRUSOE MICROPROCESSOR.
Transmeta Corp. developer Linus Torvalds (L), the creator of the Linux Operating System, is joined by Transmeta CEO David Ditzel as the two of them hold up newly unvieled Crusoe microprocessors at a press event January 19. Transmeta is touting the Crusoe as the world's first smart microprocessor which will revolutionize the field of mobile computing.

LD/TRA
MICROPROCESSOR
RTRGCY
January 19, 2000
Transmeta Corp. developer Linus Torvalds, the creator of the Linux Operating System, smiles as he plays...
Saratoga, United States of America
LINUS TORVALDS DEMONSTRATES NEW CRUSOE MICROPROCESSOR.
Transmeta Corp. developer Linus Torvalds, the creator of the Linux Operating System, smiles as he plays a computer game as part of a demonstration of Transmeta's new Crusoe microprocessors at a press event January 19 in Saratoga, California. Transmeta is touting the Crusoe as the world's first smart microprocessor which will revolutionize the field of mobile computing.

LD/TRA
COMPUTERS COMDEX
RTRSF5I
November 16, 1999
Linus Torvalds, founder of the Linux Operating System, has a sip of water before beginning his address...
Las Vegas, USA
LINUS TORVALDS FOUNDER OF THE LINUX OPERATING SYSTEM.
Linus Torvalds, founder of the Linux Operating System, has a sip of water before beginning his address to hundreds of energetic supporters during his keynote speech at the Comdex Computer Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada November 15. The Linux operating system is a free and open operating system for computers and in direct competition to industry giant Microsoft's Windows operating systems.

MB/JP
COMPUTERS COMDEX
RTRSF57
November 16, 1999
Linus Torvalds, founder of the Linux Operating System, speaks to hundreds of energetic supporters during...
Las Vegas, USA
LINUS TORVALDS FOUNDER OF THE LINUX OPERATING SYSTEM SPEAKS AT COMDEX.
Linus Torvalds, founder of the Linux Operating System, speaks to hundreds of energetic supporters during his keynote speech at the Comdex Computer Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada November 15. The Linux operating system is a free and open operating system for computers and in direct competition to industry giant Microsoft's Windows operating systems.

MB/JP
COWPLAND
RTXJBH7
November 15, 1999
Corel President Dr. Michael C.J. Cowpland stands next to a display copy of Corel Linux OS at Comdex in...
Las Vegas, United States of America
Corel President Dr. Michael C.J. Cowpland stands next to a display copy of Corel Linux OS at Comdex .....
Corel President Dr. Michael C.J. Cowpland stands next to a display copy of Corel Linux OS at Comdex in Las Vegas November 15. Cowpland officially launched the new operating system which is expected to be a competitor to Microsoft Windows. Comdex is the largest tradeshow of its kind in the United States, with more than 1 million square feet of exhibit space and it attracts more than 200,000 visitors.
**DIGITAL IMAGE**
TORVALDS
RTXJBGY
November 15, 1999
Linus Torvalds, founder of the Linux Operating System, has a sip of water before beginning his address...
Las Vegas, USA
Linus Torvalds, founder of the Linux Operating System, has a sip of water before beginning his addre.....
Linus Torvalds, founder of the Linux Operating System, has a sip of water before beginning his address to hundreds of energetic supporters during his keynote speech at the Comdex Computer Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada November 15. The Linux operating system is a free and open operating system for computers and in direct competition to industry giant Microsoft's Windows operating systems.
**DIGITAL IMAGE**
TORVALDS
RTXJBGX
November 15, 1999
Linus Torvalds, founder of the Linux Operating System, speaks to hundreds of energetic supporters during...
Las Vegas, USA
Linus Torvalds, founder of the Linux Operating System, speaks to hundreds of energetic supporters d.....
Linus Torvalds, founder of the Linux Operating System, speaks to hundreds of energetic supporters during his keynote speech at the Comdex Computer Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada November 15. The Linux operating system is a free and open operating system for computers and in direct competition to industry giant Microsoft's Windows operating systems.
**DIGITAL IMAGE**
TECH COMDEX
RTRSF00
November 15, 1999
Corel President Dr. Michael C.J. Cowpland stands next to a display copy of Corel Linux OS at Comdex in...
Las Vegas, USA
COREL PRESIDENT COWPLAND LINKS WITH LINUS.
Corel President Dr. Michael C.J. Cowpland stands next to a display copy of Corel Linux OS at Comdex in Las Vegas November 15. He officially launched the new operating system which will be a competitor to Microsoft Windows. Comdex is the largest tradeshow of its kind in the United States, with more than 1 million square feet of exhibit space and it attracts more than 200,000 visitors.

PTB
LINUX
RTRMG7T
March 03, 1999
Linus Torvalds, the Finnish programer who created the Linux operating system, makes a point during his...
San Jose, USA
LINUS TORVALDS SPEAKS AT LINUX WORLD EXPO.
Linus Torvalds, the Finnish programer who created the Linux operating system, makes a point during his keynote address at the first ever LinuxWorld Conference and Expo at the San Jose Convention Center March 2.

LD
LINUX
RTRMG7N
March 03, 1999
Linus Torvalds, the Finnish programer who created the Linux operating system, gives the keynote address...
San Jose, USA
LINUS TORVALDS SPEAKS AT LINUX WORLD EXPO.
Linus Torvalds, the Finnish programer who created the Linux operating system, gives the keynote address at the first ever LinuxWorld Conference and Expo at the San Jose Convention Center March 2.

LD/CLH/
LINUX
RTXIVEP
March 02, 1999
Linus Torvalds, the Finnish programer who created the Linux operating system, gives the keynote address...
San Jose, USA
Linus Torvalds, the Finnish programer who created the Linux operating system, gives the keynote addr.....
Linus Torvalds, the Finnish programer who created the Linux operating system, gives the keynote address at the first ever LinuxWorld Conference and Expo at the San Jose Convention Center March 2.
LINUX
RTXIT4Q
March 02, 1999
Linus Torvalds, the Finnish programer who created the Linux operating system, gives the keynote address...
San Jose, USA
Linus Torvalds, the Finnish programer who created the Linux operating system, gives the keynote addr.....
Linus Torvalds, the Finnish programer who created the Linux operating system, gives the keynote address at the first ever LinuxWorld Conference and Expo at the San Jose Convention Center March 2.
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