What is Linux?
Linux is a UNIX based computer operating system.
There are many Linux distributions available, but some of the most popular ones include:
- Ubuntu: Ubuntu is one of the most popular Linux distributions, known for its ease of use and user-friendly interface. It is widely used as a desktop operating system, as well as in servers and cloud environments.
- Debian: Debian is a stable, reliable and secure Linux distribution. It is widely used in servers, workstations and personal computers.
- Fedora: Fedora is a Linux distribution sponsored by Red Hat, known for its focus on cutting-edge technology and its use in scientific, engineering, and artistic work.
- Mint: Linux Mint is a community-driven Linux distribution based on Ubuntu and Debian, it is known for its ease of use and its user-friendly interface.
- Arch Linux: Arch Linux is a lightweight and flexible Linux distribution that is designed to be simple, minimalistic, and highly customizable.
- Manjaro: Manjaro is a user-friendly Linux distribution based on Arch Linux, it offers the benefits of Arch Linux with a more user-friendly approach.
- OpenSUSE: OpenSUSE is a Linux distribution sponsored by SUSE Linux, it is known for its stability and enterprise features, it is widely used in servers and workstations.
These are some of the most popular Linux distributions, but there are many others available as well, each with their own unique features and target audiences.
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