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Understanding ubuntu [closed]

I understand that Linux is an open source OS, in other words I have the ability to change whatever I want with the source code of the system. Where is the source code located? For example I would like ...
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1answer
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Which programming-model does Ubuntu follow?

I am curious to know which programming model does the ubuntu follows in its own development process; does it follow the object-oriented programming model (and use languages like python, java etc ) or ...
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What do I need to write device drivers on Ubuntu?

What do I need to write device drivers on Ubuntu? Do I need source code for Linux? What else is needed?
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3answers
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Is there a Source Insight alternative?

I am not a developer, but for my work I trace a lot of codes. It is actually rather difficult reading other people's code, especially for bigger projects. Source Insight is a great application that ...
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1answer
530 views

Snippet code manager like Snippets? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Code snippet manager for Ubuntu? I'm looking some snippets code manager on Ubuntu like Snippets (for the MAC) with syntax highlighting (html, css, php). Thanks for ...
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6answers
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Making diff output more readable

I'm looking for a tool that will take diff / debdiff output (and more specifically, the output of this script) and display the result of the comparison in a highly readable, graphical way. Any ...
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8answers
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Code snippet manager for Ubuntu?

I'm looking for a good code snippet manager, with syntax highlighting and search capabilities. Another important feature is the capability of changing the code area background color. I have tested ...