Revolution OS

I finally watched the entire movie straight through; up until Saturday I had only seen brief patches of it — like Stallman’s Han Solo-rebel fleet comment, or Gates’ letter to the hobby community.

It’s a good film if you haven’t seen it already, but you’ll probably find it somewhat dated — I know I did. With as many years passed as the film covers, anything post-2001 is news. A lot of what happened since then — things like Ubuntu, or anything in its wake — might warrant a sequel, if you ask me. I’m biased, but the post-2001 Linux expansion is a lot more interesting than the circa-dot-com-boom events.

If you haven’t heard of it, you can get a synopsis of it here or here.

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May 6, 2011
Musca 0.9.24 on Crux Linux
150Mhz Pentium 96Mb 8Gb CF
 


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