www.kernel.orgQuote:> I am trying to find out what kernal LINUX uses.
Linux is the kernel, the rest of the operating system is made up of GNUQuote:> Is it proprietary or some
>open standard such as MACH (and if an open standard, which one and which
>version)? Also, how is the kernal organized in relation to the rest of the
Unix-style utilities, and various other bits and peices from individuals,
companies and organizations.
Both are available and both are commonly used. Linux boots into text mode andQuote:> A related question is: is the user interface a command line interface or a
>graphic interface (or are both available)?
the GUI is started either automatically or whenever the user specifies.
There are many GUI and text mode interfaces. Things like KDE, GNOME for graphicsQuote:> Does the user interface have a name?
(like the Win95 GUI environment), and ksh, csh, tcsh, etc for text mode
(similar, but much more powerful, to the CMD.EXE environment in Windows).
www.linux.orgQuote:> URLs or other references for further research (or just a quick answer) would