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|Common name||Yggdrasil Linux-tan|
|Also known as||n/a|
|First appearance||Nov 2007|
|Height||175 cm (5'9")|
|Hair color||blonde with brown ponytails|
|Lineage||Linux, own branch|
|System personified||Yggdrasil Linux|
|Developer(s)||Yggdrasil Computing, Incorporated|
|Debut||Dec 8 1992|
Yggdrasil Linux is an early Linux distribution and the first to come on LiveCDs. The developers of Yggdrasil made The Linux Bible, and compiled CDs of the then latest Linux and F/OSS software. Although discontinued over 15 years ago, Yggdrasil is still freely available.
Yggdrasil Linux-tan is represented as a winged Viking girl in an early medieval-style outfit; a simple reddish brown tunic with white sleeves, leggings, brown boots and gloves and wears a Viking helmet with gnu horns. Her 3 long brown ponytails with leaves tied at the end are references to the Yggdrasil tree of Norse Mythology which the distro is named after. She is a proud and strong-willed crusader and advocate for the advancement of Open Source, Linux and freedom. But since Yggdrasil Linux became defunct years ago, Yggdrasil Linux-tan's whereabouts today or even if she is still alive remain unknown.