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Fork, exec, wait and exit System Calls Explained in Linux

In this article, we are going to discuss the Linux syscalls fork(), exec(), wait() and exit() in detail with examples and the use cases.
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Linux Distro Types Explained: Originals, Derivatives, & Flavors

If you’ve heard of Linux, you’ve probably heard terms like Fork, Derivative, and Flavor. They refer to different Linux distro types, so let’s learn more about them.
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InitWare as a systemd Fork Now for macOS

Now that InitWare can run on NetBSD, FreeBSD, DragonFly BSD and openBSD, the only thing left is porting to another important BSD operating system, namely macOS, according to the developer. No sooner said than done, he got a second-hand iMac and started…

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