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How the Linux kernel works | TuxRadar
  Posted by: Digg on Mar 16th, 2009 12:50 AM
The kernel is a piece of software that, roughly speaking, provides a layer between the hardware and the application programs running on a computer. In a strict, computer-science sense, the term 'Linux' refers only to the kernel - the bit that Linus Torvalds wrote in the early 90s. <p><a rel="nofollow" target="_blank" href="http://feedads.googleadservices.com/~at/BLBDScufEzV7zQex6oiRuWwdvdY/a"><img src="http://feedads.googleadservices.com/~at/BLBDScufEzV7zQex6oiRuWwdvdY/i" border="0" ismap></a></p><img src="http://feeds2.feedburner.com/~r/digg/container/technology/popular/~4/0I-6a8_qqUI" height="1" width="1"/>

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