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Linux technically refers to only the Linux kernel, or core of any Linux operating system, but it is commonly used to reference any distribution of software based on the Linux core. One of Linux' greatest strengths is its flexibility and potential for customization to suit virtually any computing need. Thus, there is no standard operating environment, and the image seen above represents only one version of the most common implementations.
To learn more about the Linux OS, visit the following links (brief info on what each link is about is in bold):
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