Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 28th Mar 2006 16:54 UTC, submitted by Sunidhi Chauhan
OSNews, Generic OSes "As we all know, the operating system is an essential part of any computer system, but what most of us don't understand are the intricacies of how OS environments operate. This article discusses the ways of extending the operating system by various ways including, but not limited to, recompiling the kernel and managing libraries. Extensibility is the need of time. It gives the user more 'power' over the machine, since every user can have his 'personalized' copy of the OS. This approach of extending the operating system at user level is more advantageous than other methods."
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by Soulbender on Wed 29th Mar 2006 03:38 UTC
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Another substandard and pointless OSweekly article.
I'd comment on what's wrong with it but since it's pretty much every single thing he writes that would be quite a long post.

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