American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A trademark for an open-source version of the UNIX operating system.
- n. an open-source version of the UNIX operating system
“Tealeaf utilizes Red Hat Enterprise edition, Oracle is releasing their own version of linux, HP has been talking about releasing their own distribution of Linux, and Android is a version of linux as well.”
“A+ core objectives using Linux, or moving completely to an Linux+ or LPI model.”
“The problem is that there isnt enough people using linux yet to justify most companies making games for Linux but its great that”
“Fastest linux on the road - Did you think Linux is something for geeks?”
“I am taking a 3 month course on Ubuntu Linux with the goal of getting a Linux+ certification.”
“Other Thoughts: It would be nice if the linux drivers were included ob the CD but the website has detailed instructions on setting up the printer in Linux.”
“With no linux on the slim, I think it is a pretty safe assumption that Sony has not been planning on allowing linux on the PS4. funny but Sony supported installing Linux on earlier versions.”
“LINUX Professional 9.2 (a version of Linux based on the 2.6 kernel).”
“I specialize in linux servers, and I can take care of your VPS or Dedicated server that runs on Linux, preferably with cPanel.”
“When it comes to linux, feels like the biggest problem is still that the HW suppliers often gives out drivers to Windows but not to Linux.”
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