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Hi folks, Previously I came across an article written by a folk on Internet explaining the operation of Linux OS. How it works, step by step. Unfortunately I lost its ...
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    Hi folks,

    Previously I came across an article written by a folk on Internet explaining the operation of Linux OS. How it works, step by step. Unfortunately I lost its URL. I can't find it again. Can any folk shed me some light where to find it.

    TIA

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    There are a couple sites that I can think of.
    www.tldp.org
    http://www.linux-tutorial.info//modu...ial&pageid=224
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    Hi budman7,

    Tks for your URLs.

    The article I read previously describes all processes evoked since turning on the PC. How Linux works starting from the bootloader continuously finished at command prompt. How each package is evoked, step by step.

    The author after having worked on several distro satisfied on non of them. So he started to build his own Linux OS and has the article written afterwards. It is a nice article. I have the link saved on a file. Unfortunately it was deleted accidentally. I tried to google it again but can't find that article any more.

    BR
    satimis

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    Any idea what the distro was?
    I would be interested in reading an article like that.
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