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Linux and the Fedora distribution

Emat EOOD develops Linux kernel modules
Linux is the most widely used operating system in the world. Most known supercomputers run on it. The basis of any operating system is its kernel, and the Linux kernel is certainly one of the best in terms of hardware compatibility. It is monolithic, consisting of a single file, and modules are used to extend its functionality. All programs are standardised and communicate with the kernel via system calls, which means that the same software can run under Linux on different platforms without having to be modified.

Linux runs on computers and mobile phones, system-on-chip (SoC) boards for amateur and industrial use, RAID cards, sewing machines and much more.
Emat EODD it company uses Fedora Workstation
Kernel developers, hardware manufacturers and support staff are used to adapting their work to keep up with constant updates as new hardware is released. Many of them use drivers that are sent directly to the kernel team for inclusion in Linux.

For developers, Linux provides a simple, stable and secure environment for coding and programming applications for the web, Android and the cloud. This is particularly important as Linux has long been a mainstay of the internet, mobile devices and now cloud computing systems.

One of Emat EOOD's activities is the development of Linux kernel modules, code fragments and drivers for various devices that are loaded into the kernel. This extends the functionality of the kernel and eliminates the need to reboot the system. A module developed by the team can be embedded in the kernel or loaded while the operating system is running.
Emat EOOD it company uses one of the Fedora Linux distributions. Fedora Workstation is a robust, user-friendly and powerful operating system, a Linux distribution designed primarily for developers. The Fedora repositories also include Eclipse, a full-featured and multilingual IDE. Eclipse is best known for Java, but also has a C/C++ and PHP IDE.

Fedora is quite dynamic, it is convenient to develop both kernels and the latest software products, to develop the latest kernel or the latest custom software, to develop and integrate the latest open source freeware, software libraries and other tools.
Fedora is used not only for the servers that power the Internet, but also for the virtual networks that underpin cloud computing, controller programming and robot assembly.

For servers, Emat development uses Fedora Server, which is a dedicated OS implementation designed to help deploy and manage server installations both on bare metal and in the cloud. The distribution creates installation images for 64-bit machines and ARM servers, as well as images for various cloud environments (Openstack, Vagrant, Amazon Public Cloud).
Emat development writes code for the Linux system
The FreeIPA storage servers included with Fedora Server allow you to manage authentication credentials and control system access information. Fedora Server is unique in that it groups certain packages as modules that are available in threads and can be run in different versions for a consistent environment.

The Linux kernel is probably the most ambitious software development project in the world. New stable releases are made approximately every three months, with Emat EOOD ltd and thousands of developers from different countries contributing to each release.
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