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Posted by dave on Apr 5, 2004 12:27 PM EDT
eWEEK Linux; By Jim Rapoza
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...there are some pretty big differences between Linux and Unix. The biggest difference, by far, is the Linux kernel itself. When Unix forked, each variant had a different kernel. In other words, the core code of each Unix system was unique, which often resulted in incompatibilities and difficult cross-platform application integrations.

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