Definition of Linux:

  1. An open-source operating system modelled on UNIX.

  2. Worlds most popular open source (non-proprietary) computer operating system (OS), favored because of its proven efficiency, dependability, and reliability. Linux implements the core (kernel) of the unix OS, and runs on practically every type of hardware platform from hand-held devices to mainframe computers. Reported to be the fastest growing OS on servers, and the one with the lowest total cost of ownership (TCO), it is in public domain and may be downloaded free of charge from several websites. Invented by Linus Torvalds (born 1969 in Finland) when he was a student at Helsinki University, it is continuously being improved by the worldwide cooperative effort of thousands of volunteer programmers.

How to use Linux in a sentence?

  1. The unit and its hard drive can be accessed by any Windows, Mac, Linux or Unix client.

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Linux is a Unix-based computer operating system that was originally developed as free and open source development software. The source code may be freely modified, used and distributed by anyone under the GNU Public License. Several graphical interfaces run on Linux, including the K desktop environment and the GNU Network Object Model environment. Among the many Linux distributions, some of the most popular enterprise editions are Red Hat (Red Hat Enterprise Linux), Novell (SUSE Enterprise Linux), Ubuntu, and Debian, as well as regional editions such as Mandriva, Red Flag, and Asianux. † There are two sub-segments of Linux in our segmentation: Linux (client) and Linux (server).