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Torvalds: Linux not becoming obsolete would be "sad"

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I admire Linus Torvalds' candor (This is the guy who freely admits his own family doesn't use the Linux desktop, after all), as well as his foresight. In an excellent interview, Torvalds covers a range of topics, including the Linux operating system's place in history:

I can certainly imagine the Linux kernel becoming obsolete - anything else would just be sad, really, in the big picture.

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