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IDG: Torvalds: More Delays for Linux

Oct 06, 2000, 16:46 (17 Talkback[s])

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"FRANKFURT - The much-anticipated 2.4 Version of the Linux kernel will take at least another two months to complete, Linus Torvalds, creator of the open source operating system, said Friday."

"It's been a slower process than many people would like," he said, remarking that developers are no longer adding new features, only fixing bugs. "With luck, we'll see it in early December, and with not so good luck, I still hope that we can do it this side of the year."

"Torvalds answered questions as part of a roundtable of experts, entitled "Quo Vadis Linux?" at the Linux World Conference and Expo here."

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