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Hi all
What is the difference between
Kernel architecture and application architecture in Unix
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Sagar
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by:ddandekar
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Kernel builds the operating system.
Application uses the operating system to deliver certain functionality to system users.
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Hi administrator
please delete this question
as i have posted it twice
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Sagar
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Hi
As i have already posted a message saying delete this question and refund my points
as i have posted this question twice

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