Sam Williams Issue #44, December 1997 This report on the HP conference freatures the announcement by Hewlett Packard of a port of MkLinux to its HP PA-RISC machines. It may seem odd to be reading about an HP conference in Linux Journal. The fact of the matter is that interest in Linux is growing world wide. Many hardware vendors are ...Read More »
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How does Linux differ from other operating systems?
In many ways Linux is similar to other operating systems you may have used before, such as Windows, OS X, or iOS. Like other operating systems, Linux has a graphical interface, and types of software you are accustomed to using on other operating systems, such as word processing applications, have Linux equivalents. In many cases, the software’s creator may have ...Read More »
How can I contribute to Linux?
Most of the Linux kernel is written in the C programming language, with a little bit of assembly and other languages sprinkled in. If you’re interested in writing code for the Linux kernel itself, which will explain some of the concepts and processes you’ll want to be familiar with. But the Linux community is much more than the kernel, and ...Read More »