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Introduction to LINUX
Introduction to LINUX

Linux, the common name GNU/Linux1 free operating system, is a variant of the system GNU2, working with the Linux kernel. This is a free implementation of UNIX PO SIX compliance specifications.This system was born in the middle of hacker meeting between the emancipatory movement of free software and the collaborative development model and decentralized over the Internet.

Linux has established itself as a free alternative to proprietary systems Microsoft Windows and Mac OS X. There are other free alternatives, including FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD. It allows the operation of any type of applications such as web browsers,systems, database management, mail clients, office environments,editing software and image processing, games, etc.. Some proprietary software can also run on Linux.

The system with all these applications is distributed under the name "Linux", including, Ubuntu, Red Hat, Debian, Slackware,which are intended for personal computers as the servers. Finally, Linux is now distributed on most platforms and on many platforms, from supercomputers to embedded systems in mobile phones.

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