Linux is in the simplest terms it is an Operating System. It is the software on a computer that ready the application and the computer-operator to access the devices on the computer to perform the desired functions. The OS(Operating System) relays instructions from an a application to and for instance and the computer’s processor. Processor performs the instructed task and then it sends the results back to the application through the operating system.
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So, is there a question here, or are you just telling us what we already know? And in a very simplified explanation... I have to assume you just finished a course in operating systems. Feel confident to explain how schedulers work? Real-time systems (hard vs. soft)? What about interrupt priority …
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