Linux & Sandbox

Eddie Paul Litz

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So basically Linux OS & Company (All other Linux OSs) is a Giant Sandbox Application OS where apps/snaps can run w/ limited or restricted access to main resources?
 


jglen490

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Most Linux distros are built to be well integrated and to work by using a somewhat custom kernel tree. All applications require certain drivers, modules, and the kernel itself. Some applications run in privileged user space (root), some applications run in non-privileged user space (you). I would not characterize the kernel as a sandbox, and I would not characterize apps as independent of what the kernel provides.

So I guess I'm not sure what you're getting at
:confused::confused:
 

Eddie Paul Litz

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I was just guessing & seeing if I guessed right seeing as how Linux works alot differently than Windows.
 


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