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Linux kernel was created in 1991.


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Linux Kernel Developers Summit was created in 2001.

The operating system kernel is the core of every operating system. Linus Torvalds created the Linux kernel.

Linus Torvalds is CREDITED with inventing the Linux kernel (thus the name).

In truth, there is no "linux system" per se'. There is the kernel, developed by Linus Torvalds, properly called "Linux" but a kernel alone is not a system. Most operating systems that run on the linux kernel are unix-like derivations, but not all.

The Linux kernel sources can be downloaded from the official Linux Kernel Archives, found at the link below.

No, it is unix-based but Linux is a kernel not an operating system.Ubuntu,Linux Mint,Debian,and puppy Linux,ect. are OS's that use the Linux kernel.

The 2.6 Linux kernel supports up to 4,294,967,296 user IDs. The 2.4 kernel only supports 65,536.

The Linux is a kernel was initially conceived and created by Finnish computer science student Linus Torvalds in 1991.

The Linux kernel mascot is a penguin named Tux.

No. "Kernel programming" is the writing of code that runs in kernel mode. It is not specific to Linux. "Linux programming" usually refers to any programming done in/for the Linux environment, and is not necessarily specific to the kernel.

Linux is the kernel. As of 8-10-12 the latest stable Linux kernel is 3.5.1.

The 2.4 version of the Linux kernel was released in 2001.

Linus Torvalds created the Linux kernel in 1991 and, by extension the Linux operating system which Linux distributions are built on.

Linus Torvalds, born in Helsinki, Finland, created the Linux Kernel. So Linux is simply named after Linus Torvalds.

All versions of the Linux kernel are "full featured." The latest stable version of the Linux kernel as of May 17, 2011 is

Linux is an Operating System Kernel which was created by Linus Torvalds and other assistants around the world. Tux is a penguin which is the mascot of Linux.

Linux is just the kernel. If you combine utilities that were made as a result of the GNU project with the linux kernel, you get GNU Linux, which is considered as a complete operating system

It is a kernel version that enables realtime.

As Unix isn't any particular operating system, there is no distinct name for the kernel. Different versions of Unix may have vastly different kernel structures. The Linux kernel is called, well, the Linux kernel. The Vista kernel is a continuation of the "NT kernel" designed for Windows NT 3.1.

Linux is the name of a Unix-like operating system kernel. Ubuntu is an operating system that uses the Linux kernel.

Linux is open source. There is no owner of linux, it is a free kernel.

It means that Linux is a kernel for Linux-based operating systems. In the strictest sense, Linux itself is only the kernel, however I tend to view it as a full operating system core due to how most kernel spece works (Which tends to include not just the kernel, but most device drivers.).

It is actually, Linux. Linux is the kernel created by Linus Benedict Torvalds (a Finnish American software engineer), who (with the help of others) developed the kernel on which many distros (operating systems) have radiated out: Linux Mint, Ubuntu, to name only two.

Linus Torvalds, the creator of the Linux kernel.

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