Linux for Suits - Use and Usefulness

Which comes first, the kernel chicken or the user-space egg?
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Doc Searls is Senior Editor of Linux Journal

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Great points

CPUFreak91's picture

"The purpose of this new world-this natural environment for business, study, games and countless other human activities-is to be useful. In the same way that our senses extend from our bodies to our tools and vehicles, the usefulness of kernel-space code extends into the Net that's built on that code."

I never thought of it that way. That idea was programmed into me, but I never took time to look at the source code.

All Your Base Are Belong To Us!!! chown -r us ./base

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