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Linus may refer to:
- Pope Linus (died c. 76), the second Pope of the Catholic Church
- Francis Line (1595–1675), also known as Linus of Liège, Jesuit priest and scientist
- Linus B. Comins (1817-1892), member of the U.S. House of Representatives from Massachusetts in 1857–59
- Lonny Frey (1910-2009), Major League Baseball player
- Linus Gerdemann (born 1982), German professional road bicycle racer
- J. Linus McAtee (1897-1963), American Hall of Fame jockey
- Linus Pauling (1901–1994), chemist, winner of two Nobel Prizes (chemistry and peace)
- Linus Roache (born 1964), actor
- Linus Thörnblad (born 1985), Swedish high jumper
- Linus Torvalds (born 1969), programmer, creator of the Linux kernel
- Linus Yale, Sr. (1797—1858), American inventor and manufacturer of locks
- Linus Yale, Jr. (1821–1868), American mechanical engineer, son of Yale, Sr.
- Linus (mythology), any of three sons of Apollo
- Linus van Pelt, in the comic strip Peanuts
- Ben Linus, in the US television show Lost
- Linus Larrabee, in Sabrina (1954 film)
- Linus Caldwell, in Ocean's Eleven (2001 film), played by Matt Damon
- Linus Rawlings, in How the West Was Won (film), played by James Stewart
- Linus (magazine), an Italian magazine published since 1965
- Linus (moon), a moon of the asteroid 22 Kalliope
- Linus, one of the lost operas by Jean-Philippe Rameau
- Linus Entertainment, a Canadian record label
- (Like) Linus, the Deftones' first demo tape
- Linus Airways, a regional airline in Indonesia that ceased operations in 2009
- Linus Pauling Quartet, a Houston psychedelic rock band
- Linus' law, named for Linus Torvalds, states that "given enough eyeballs, all bugs are shallow"
- Linos distribution of Linux, used on the Elonex ONE laptop
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