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Wikipedia: Article Incubator/Peter MacDonald (computer programmer)

Peter MacDonald co-developed early features [1] [2] of the Linux kernel, including shared libraries, pseudo-ttys, the select call and virtual consoles. He is also the creator of SLS, widely regarded as the first Linux distribution. He is also creator of the Tcl web browser BrowseX (now defunct).

1. Biography
2. References
3. External links

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1. Biography

Peter Charles MacDonald was born and raised in Victoria, British Columbia in 1957. He graduated from the Computer Science program of the University of Victoria with a BSc (1989) and MSc (1996, masters thesis: Decomposing the Linux Kernel into Dynamically Loadable Modules).

2. References

  1. Barret (January 1991). "Linux Activists 91". linux-activists. Retrieved 2011-03-09.
  2. Barret (January 1992). "Linux Activists 92". linux-activists. Retrieved 2011-03-09.

3. External links

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