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unix scripting

unix scripting

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Published by: linhanuma on Feb 28, 2010
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Where I can use Linux?
You can use Linux as Server Os or as standalone Os on your PC. (But it is best suited forServer.) As a server Os it provides different services/network resources to client. Server Os mustbe:
High PerformanceLinux offers all of the above characteristics plus its Open Source and Free OS. So Linux can beused as:(1) On
standalone workstation
 /PC for word processing, graphics, software development,internet, e-mail, chatting, small personal database management system etc.(2) In
network environment 
File and Print or Application
ServerShare the data, Connect the expensive device like printer and share it, e-mail within theLAN/intranet etc are some of the application.
Linux Server with different Client Os
 (B) Linux sever cab be connected to Internet, So that PC's on intranet can share the internet/e-mail etc. You can put your web server that run your web site or transmit the information on theinternet.
Linux Server can act as Proxy/Mail/WWW/Router Server etc.
 So you can use Linux for:
Personal Work 
Web Server
Software Development Workstation
Workgroup Server
In Data Center for various server activities such as FTP, Telnet, SSH, Web, Mail, Proxy,Proxy Cache Appliance etc
What Kernel Is?
Kernel is heart of Linux Os.It manages resource of Linux Os .Resources means facilities available in Linux. For e.g. Facilityto store data, print data on printer, memory, file management etc.Kernel decides who will use this resource, for how long and when. It runs your programs (or setup to execute binary files).The kernel acts as an intermediary between the computer hardware and variousprograms/application/shell.It's Memory resident portion of Linux. It performance following tasks:-
I/O management
Process management
Device management
File management
Memory management

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