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GNU
Heckert GNU white.svg
Company / developer Commonty
Written in Various (Notably C an Assembly)
OS faimily Unix-lik[1]
Wirkin state Current
Soorce model mainly Free Software
Initial release 1983 (1992 as GNU/Linux)
Mercatin target Personal computers, mobile devices, embeddit devices, servers, mainframes, supercomputers
Available in Multilingual
Update method Various
Package manager Various
Platforms IA-32 (wi Hurd kernel anly) an Alpha, ARC, ARM, AVR32, Blackfin, C6x, ETRAX CRIS, FR-V, H8/300, Hexagon, Itanium, M32R, m68k, META, Microblaze, MIPS, MN103, OpenRISC, PA-RISC, PowerPC, s390, S+core, SuperH, SPARC, TILE64, Unicore32, x86, Xtensa (wi Linux-libre kernel anly)
Kernel type Multiserver Microkernel (GNU Hurd) or Monolithic kernel (GNU Linux-libre, fork o Linux kernel)
Userland Various, wi GNU C Library
Default uiser interface Mony
License GNU General Public License an ither free saftware licenses
Offeecial wabsteid gnu.org

GNU Listeni/ɡn/[2][3] is a Unix-lik computer operatin seestem developed bi the GNU Project.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Kirk St.Amant & Brian Still. Handbook of Research on Open Source Software: Technological, Economic, and Social Perspectives. ISBN 1591409993. 
  2. "What is GNU?". The GNU Operating System. Free Software Foundation. September 4, 2009. Retrieved October 9, 2009. "The name "GNU" is a recursive acronym for "GNU's Not Unix!"; it is pronounced g-noo, as one syllable with no vowel sound between the g and the n." 
  3. Stallman, Richard (March 9, 2006). The Free Software Movement and the Future of Freedom. Zagreb, Croatia: FSF Europe. Retrieved February 20, 2007. Lay summary.