Sometimes I read about the term userland and sometimes userspace.
From Wikipedia, it is said that userland is referring userspace: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Userland
Is there any difference between the terms userland and userspace?
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Taken from yourdictionary.com
Userland: (computing, informal) A conceptual space outside the kernel in which a user's applications can run without the risk of damage to the operating system.
Userspace: (computing) The area of memory used for a user's applications, etc., as opposed to that reserved for the operating system