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As android is based on a Linux core, is it possible to use POSIX System Programming tools, techniques and libraries to program and customize the environemnt like I would have done on my Ubuntu for example ?

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It appears that Android is "Mostly POSIX-compliant" and that it is available through the Android NDK. Which can be found here.

According to Wikipedia for what its worth. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/POSIX

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