A Practical Guide to Red Hat(R) Linux(R): Fedora(TM) Core by Mark G. Sobell

By Mark G. Sobell

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This kernel has many features that offer increased security and speed. Some of these features benefit end users directly; others help developers produce better code and find problems more quickly. 6 kernel. The Heritage of Linux: UNIX The UNIX system was developed by researchers who needed a set of modern computing tools to help them with their projects. The system allowed a group of people working together on a project to share selected data and programs while keeping other information private.

Linux is a generic operating system because it runs on different types of hardware produced by different manufac turers. Of course, if manufacturers can pay only for development and avoid perunit costs (as they have to pay to Microsoft for each copy of Windows they sell), manufacturers are much better off. In turn, software developers need to keep the prices of their products down; they cannot afford to convert their products to run under many different proprietary operating systems. Like hardware manufacturers, software developers need a generic operating system.

Linux Is Portable A portable operating system is one that can run on many different machines. More than 95 percent of the Linux operating system is written in the C programming la nguage, and C is portable because it is written in a higher-level, machine-independent language. ) Because Linux is portable, it can be adapted (ported) to different machines and can meet special requirements. For example, Linux is used in embedded computers, such as the ones found in cellphones, PDAs, and the cable boxes on top of many TVs.

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