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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
Translations
Linux
Linukso
järjestelmäLinuxLinux-pohjainen
Linux
Linuxリナックス
리눅스
Linux
Linux
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The increase in the European sales and services team will help to maintain MontaVista's dominant share of the commercial Linux market as demand for the open-source OS explodes across nearly every sector of the embedded market.
The stability and security of SUSE LINUX, as well as its strong support and availability, is evidence of Novell's position as a leader in the commercial Linux market.
As the commercial Linux market consolidates around Red Hat, it enables Red Hat to bring Linux to new markets that smaller companies simply cannot address," said Michael Tiemann, Red Hat CTO.

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