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Old 08-16-2012, 02:31 PM   #1
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Smile Que es una distribución de linux

Una distribución Linux es una distribución de software basada en el núcleo Linux que incluye determinados paquetes de software para satisfacer las necesidades de un grupo específico de usuarios, dando así origen a ediciones domésticas, empresariales y para servidores. Por lo general están compuestas, total o mayoritariamente, de software libre, aunque a menudo incorporan aplicaciones o controladores propietarios.
Además del núcleo Linux, las distribuciones incluyen habitualmente las bibliotecas y herramientas del proyecto GNU y el sistema de ventanas X Windows System. Dependiendo del tipo de usuarios a los que la distribución esté dirigida se incluye también otro tipo de software como procesadores de texto, hoja de cálculo, reproductores multimedia, herramientas administrativas, etcétera. En el caso de incluir herramientas del proyecto GNU, también se utiliza el término distribución GNU/Linux.
Existen distribuciones que están soportadas comercialmente, como Fedora (Red Hat), openSUSE (Novell), Ubuntu (Canonical Ltd.), Mandriva, y distribuciones mantenidas por la comunidad como Debian y Gentoo. Aunque hay otras distribuciones que no están relacionadas con alguna empresa o comunidad, como es el caso de Slackware.
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Una Distribución de Linux es el software de la UNA Distribución Basada En El Núcleo Linux Que INCLUYE determinados Paquetes de software de satisfacer las necesidades párrafo de las Naciones Unidas Grupo de Usuarios ESPECIFICO, ASI Dando origen una Domésticas Ediciones, Empresariales y Servidores párr
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A Linux distribution is a distribution of software based on the Linux kernel which includes certain software packages to meet the needs of a specific group of users, thus giving rise to domestic and business editions and servers. Generally speaking they are composed, wholly or mainly, free software, although they often incorporate proprietary drivers or applications.In addition to the Linux kernel distributions usually include libraries and tools from the GNU project and the X Windows System window system. Depending on the type of users to which the distribution is directed also includes other types of software as processors of text, spreadsheet, multimedia players, administrative tools, and so on. If you include the GNU project tools, it also uses the term GNU/Linux distribution.There are distributions that are commercially supported, such as Fedora (Red Hat), openSUSE (Novell), Ubuntu (Canonical Ltd.) and Mandriva distributions maintained by the community such as Debian and Gentoo. Though there are other distributions that are not related to any company or community, as it is the case of Slackware.
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