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English: Linus Torvalds, creator of the Linux kernel.
Deutsch: Linus Torvalds, Schöpfer des Linux Kernels.
Français : Linus Torvalds, créateur du noyau Linux.
Italiano: Linus Torvalds, l'ideatore del kernel Linux.
Polski: Linus Torvalds, twórca jądra Linuksa.
Русский: Линус Торвальдс, создатель ядра Linux.
Українська: Лінус Торвальдс, творець ядра Linux.
Српски / srpski: Линус Торвалдс, творац језгра Linux.
Date 2008-09-04 09:07 (UTC)
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