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[[Category:Operating Systems]]
 
'''Linux''' is an open source monolithic Unix-like [[POSIX]]-compliant kernel created by Linus Torvalds. Unlike some complete operating systems, Linux is a base for OS developers to create an OS with the software of their own while using a pre-made widely-supported kernel.
 
'''Linux''' is an open source monolithic Unix-like [[POSIX]]-compliant kernel created by Linus Torvalds. Unlike some complete operating systems, Linux is a base for OS developers to create an OS with the software of their own while using a pre-made widely-supported kernel.
  
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