Linux is the name of an operating system. It was named based on the name of Linus Torvalds, who created it, and to sound like Unix, since it is a flavor of Unix.
The name of the penguin that serves as Linux's mascot is "Tux."
Linux is the kernel.
"Unix" and "Linux."
Linux is an operating system for the computer. You can purchase computers that already have Linux pre-installed on the computer. Select Dell computers come equipped with Linux.
There is no abbreviation for Linux. The Linux name comes from Linus Torvalds(Linux Creator) and UNIX Linux is a Free UNIX like system so it is hence called LINUX.
There are no "joined" Linux and Windows operating systems, so there is no name for them.
No. Red Hat Enterprise Linux is simply a commercial Linux distribution primarily used for servers. It was never a nickname for Linux itself.
There are no abbreviations for Linux. Linux is an open-source kernel used by many varieties (distros) of Operating Systems: Ubuntu, Linux Mint, to name two!
There is no the text editor in Linux. There are dozens of possible text editors available for Linux, such as:edviVimEmacsJOENanoJEDKateGeditMousepadLeafpadjEditXeditGeanyNEditJuffEdJOVE
The Dell Dimension 4550 did not come with any version of Linux.
Linux is the kernel, from which many distributions (Ubuntu, Linux Mint, to name but two) radiate. Compared to Windows, Linux distros are considered to be more secure.