Discussion in 'Linux' started by khushboo652, Jan 11, 2012.
pls give me the answer what is the difference between linux and unix operating system.
I wonder why people don't use Google.
Linux is an OS kernel.Linux is a computer OS which is a free and open source software.Linux is a kernel that means "unix-like".Linux is free.Linux is consider as user friendly.
Unix is a certification for OS.Unix is an open source system as such anyone can use its component.Unix operating based on CUI and does not support pointing device.
Unix and Linux are similar operating systems, but not identical.
Unix is a separate operating system created in 1969. It's not free software and it's not under GNU license.
Linux is the so-called UNIX-like operating system. Unlike Unix is distributed under the GNU license - therefore is used by the designation GNU/Linux.
The term originally described the Unix operating system developed by AT & T. Today, most Unix term usually used for any system based on similar principles. Linux is one of those systems. Some tabloid media but from ignorance tend to have a habit of taking Linux to generate articles and especially the "statistics extensions Windows, Unix and Linux."
Linux is an OS kernel.Linux is a computer OS which is a free and open source software. Linux is free.Unix is a certification for OS.Unix is an open source system as such anyone can use its component.Unix operating based on CUI.
i got confuse on what pollarstar says
Well, Linux is operating system (kernel) which can be used for computer hardware and software, game development, tablet PCS, mainframes etc. While Unix is an operating system(OS) used in internet servers and workstations etc.
Separate names with a comma.