What year was the first release of a Linux operating system?
The first release of the Linux Operating System was in 1991. Linux was created by Linus Torvalds, a Finnish computer science student. And it released an initial version of the Linux kernel on September 17, 1991. This release marked the beginning of the Linux operating system, which has since grown into a popular and widely used open-source operating system.
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