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Real-Time OS Based Upon Linux

Ankit Sharma


The Linux working framework has turned into the main contrasting option to the working frameworks from Microsoft Corporation that are introduced on all new PCs which use x86-good microchips. It gives a great situation to doing econometric exploration. In this audit, I will clarify what Linux is, talk about its points of interest also, drawbacks from the perspective of an econometrician, and give various references. A large number of the references will appear as "widespread asset locators," or URLs, which can be gotten to utilizing a web program.

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Ankit Sharma. Real-time OS based upon Linux. Journal of Advances in Shell Programming. 2016; 3(2): 19–23p.


GNU/Linux, UNIX frameworks, hypothetical

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