About what a user should be done to use Gnu/Linux before first distributions

J dreadpiratejeff at gmail.com
Sun Feb 14 13:27:20 UTC 2010

On Sun, Feb 14, 2010 at 05:21, dehqan65 <dehqan65 at gmail.com> wrote:
> In The Name Of God The compassionate merciful
> Hello;
> No that was not point  ;

Your point is moot.

> If we want write 2 lines about what a user should has done to boot and run
> Gnu/Linux before first distributions of gnu/linux at 1991 (first days) ,
> what can we write in about 2 lines (it's required for a book that humble
> will write)?

Not too much.  What you are asking is: What can we write in 2 lines
about how a user could install software that does not exist yet.

>  for example user should knew about libs and proper gnu executables to boot
> and run OS himself .

GNU/Linux did not exist until GNU/Linux existed, therefore, no matter
how savvy a user may have been, he/she could not have installed
GNU/Linux before that point.

>  What other did he require to know ?

He probably required to know how to install GNU/HURD, which is and was
NOT Linux at all. It was a direct UNIX that STILL has yet to be

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