Tag: linux kernel

What Is Linux nfsd Process and Meaning?

NFS is Unix and Linux type network based file system. This file system is served over network. In order to serve file system with files and directory nfsd daemon is used. It is actually a kernel module with a service. NFS is the short form of Network Files System. Installation We can install NFS client tools and service with the following

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How To Download, Compile and Install Custom Linux Kernel Manually In Ubuntu, Debian, Mint, Kali, CentOS?

Linux is a Operating System kernel and user space applications will create different distributions like CentOS, Ubuntu, Mint, Kali around this kernel. Kernel can be downloaded freely and used without any license fee. In this tutorial we will learn how to download Linux Kernel from kernel.org and compiling with GCC . An the last step installing or upgrading the kernel.

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Linux VMware Workstation Not Enough Physical Memory Is Available Error and Solution

VMware is a Linux based virtualization system which provides rich features. VMware supported by different platforms like Windows, MacOS, Linux. As WMware is a closed source product we need to make some manual work on Linux systems. If we are using Ubuntu, Fedora, Debian, Mint and similar up-to-date systems which owns kernel newer than 4.8 VMware do not works accordingly.

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Linux Uname Command Tutorial With Examples To List Operating System, Kernel, Machine, Processor Architecture

uname  command is simple tool which provides information about the kernel, machine, processor, and operating system. There are a lot of more complex and feature  applications that can provide more information but the simplicity makes uname best choose. Syntax We will use following syntax for uname command.

Help Brief help can be displayed with the –help option.


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Linux OS and Distributions

Newcomers to Linux world generally confuse or no idea about distributions. We call generally the operating system as Linux but actually Linux is just a kernel. So why we call all of them Linux because kernel is very important and without Linux kernel the distributions can not be exists. But reverse Linux can exists without distributions. Linux Kernel The Linux

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How To Get Linux Kernel Version?

Linux kernel is the core of the Linux based operating systems we call them simply Linux. But sometimes they called Linux Distributions. Kernel initialize system with hardware. Manages hardware to provide services for upper layer operating system application. Kernel do memory management which means allot memory for applications or frees the memory. Manages processes by creating, forking or killing them.

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