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Old 06-20-2005, 03:59 AM   #1
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linux kernel and fedora add-ons

I haven't quite understood. For example there are the bluetooth services; are these -implemented (at least for fedora distro, but also in general) inside the default linux kernel as modules,
-are they fedora add-ons inside the kernel, or
-or linux kernel default modules, which have however been improved by fedora developers?

Another example is the Redhat GFS support; will these be implemented as part of the Fedora-flavoured kernel or as a totally independent application/daemon/program,etc?

I try to understand the general layout of this os.


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