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- 0 : uid 0, see also [#root root]
A system for synchronising bug status in the Debian BTS with upstream bug tracking systems like Bugzilla. See [http://lists.debian.org/debian-devel-announce/2006/05/msg00001.html this mail].
- see [#Debian-Installer]
Debian Installer is the set of program used to install Debian on your hard disk "The first day". It is not the program you use to install (add|remove) more program (packages) once Debian Installed (see [#Apt]).
- Micro Kernel
A Micro Kernel is a minimalistic operating system kernel which provides only the most basic services, which generally include tasks, virtual memory policy, Inter Process Communication and basic hardware drivers. Examples of micro kernels are Mach (and GNUMach, OSKit-Mach) and L4. (sea also Wikipedia Micro_kernel )
- Multi Server
Multi server refers to a system which has several servers working together running on a [:#MicroKernel:MicroKernel] to perform the tasks normally done by a monolithic kernel; this is in contrast to a single server which is akin to a monolithic kernel running on a micro kernel.
1. the root user (uid 0), often named Super-User can do anything on a system (equivalent to "Administrator" on some systems). (see ["Root"]) 2. the ["root directory"] is the top level directory "/". 3. root's directory "/root" is the root user's home directory.
- File-extension used for package of debian-based distribution.
File-extension used for package containing [#Debian-Installer] modules. do not install it in a regular system.