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Lin·ux

 (lĭn′ŭks)
A trademark for an open-source version of the UNIX operating system.

Linux

(ˈlaɪnʌks) (ˈlɪnʌks)
n
(Computer Science) a nonproprietary computer operating system suitable for use on personal computers
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Noun1.Linux - an open-source version of the UNIX operating system
trademark - a formally registered symbol identifying the manufacturer or distributor of a product
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Linux
Linukso
järjestelmäLinuxLinux-pohjainen
Linux
Linuxリナックス
리눅스
Linux
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Thus under such conditions, symmetric loss functions are inappropriate, Zellner (1986) proposed an asymmetric loss function known as the LINEX loss function and expressed it as
BL] = u[exp(-k[theta]), exp(-kp)] under LINEX is given as
Cloud computing and big data are driving business use of Linux at the expense of Windows and Unix, a Linex Foundation survey has revealed.
Si bien el desarrollo de Linex (como se denomino la version propia de Linux) no ha estado exento de costes, permitio al gobierno extremeno ahorrar suficiente dinero en las licencias de programas (sistemas operativos, paquetes de ofimatica, antivirus y otros) para invertirlo en mas ordenadores.
Brands such as Linex, Vitrum, Hylak and Centrum hold strong positions and have remained market leaders for a long time.
Linex estimates that the market for IT outsourcing and consulting in Russia posted more than 20% CAGR growth in 2006-09E.
Su proyecto, denominado LinEx, bajo distribucion personalizada de Debian se incluye en el programa tecnologico cuyos dos objetivos principales son la dotacion de ordenadores en los centros y el desarrollo tecnologico de la economia de la region, tal como se puede leer en el documento de la Junta de Extremadura Antecedentes GNU/Linex:
Foken;, A Study of the Internal Boundary Layer due to a Roughness Change in Neutral Conditions Observed During the LINEX Field Campaigns, Theoretical and Applied Climatology: 62, 31-41 (1998).
El 26 de abril de 2002, el Gobierno extremeno presentaba publicamente el sistema operativo LinEx, desarrollado a partir de la distribucion Linux Debian y el entorno Gnome, convirtiendose asi en la primera Administracion europea que creaba una distribucion propia.
El proyecto Linex demostro que el software libre es ya una alternativa economicamente viable, tecnologicamente innovadora y estable sobre la cual construir una infraestructura de gestion y servicios.
Linex and the operative source has created a real social revolution, thus creating a real "spirit" which will conquer the world of software companies, countries and other organisations.