The 2.6 kernel is the latest series of LInux kernels. There are far too many programs that run on Linux to list them all.
You can if you really want to! But, most Linux software is already compiled and ready to be downloaded and installed. Note that Linux is the kernel from which many distributions (distos) branch out - Ubuntu, Linux Mint are but two examples.
Pop-secret has 431 kernels and will pop 343.you have to find out how many kernels are left over
You can have any number of Apache2 instances between 1 and 200,000 servers. This can be changed at compile-time, though.
This depends on the age of the kernel being used, the type of drive, and the software used to partition the drive. Older Linux systems had a limit of 63 partitions for IDE drives and 15 for SCSI. Kernels before around 184.108.40.206 that used libATA limited all drives to 15 partitions. Experimentation with more recent kernels indicates a limit around 130 partitions per drive. Many partitioning programs available for Linux are still limited to 63 partitions or less.
GLBasic can be used to write games and utilities for Windows, Mac, Linux, iPhone and many other platforms You do this by using the integrated editor and then compile the program.
how many corn kernels are on one ear of corn
an average of 69 kernels
It is about 800 corn kernels on a cob of a corn.
You need to know the density of popcorn kernels.
An ear of corn averages 800 kernels in 16 rows.
Yes. All kernels in the 2.6 series have support for SATA (though the distributor may not have compiled them in). The later 2.4 kernels also have SATA support, but many distributions (Damn Small Linux is the only current one that uses a 2.4 kernel anymore) don't have it compiled in. Almost all modern desktop distributions (Ubuntu, Debian, Fedora, OpenSUSE, etc...) have support for SATA built-in.
Ears of corn are not all the same size and don't have the same number of kernels on them.
The number of rows of kernels in corn vary and some do not have rows at all.
One ear of corn contains roughly 800 kernels in 16 rows.
That depends on the size of the can.
There could be infinite kernels on the corn. It depends on how big your corn grows. If your corn grows infinite, you'll have infinite kernels. If your corn grows little, you'll have about 57 kernels.
gcc is a c compiler among many other things. It can also be used to compile code in other languages. gcc is a fairly advanced compiler and is used to compile Linux along with most other free(as in free speech) software.
I think it was the Linux kernel. There are many used with Linux now.
About 12 13 kernels if 1 cup measuring cup can hold 165 dried corn kernels.
Wheat can vary from 10,000 to 20,000 kernels per pound, but if one assumes the middle rate at 15,000 per pound, then there would be about 900,000 kernels in a bushel.