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Core support: CPU, Memory, Process.
Management , Interrupt/Exception Handling etc.
Dynamically Loadable Kernel Modules.
User Mode Access to kernel facilities.
System Calls and Signals.
Filesystem Device Nodes.
Are not accessed through a device node but instead are accessed.
through a “network interface” abstraction.
What happens when we turn on our workstation and try to boot into Linux? The BIOS checks the system. The Boot loader finds the kernel image, loads it into memory, and starts it. The kernel initializes devices and their drivers. The kernel mounts the root filesystem. The kernel starts the init program. init gets the rest of the processes started The last process that init starts will allow you to login.