We are very familiar with Linux and its relation with UNIX.But most us of don’t actually know what are differences between the two.
Linux is called Unix-like and is not a true Unix operating system.Linux is a Unix clone written from scratch by Linus Torvalds.
I'm learning off Linux (Ubuntu) right now. I want to move up to Unix, but I don't want to rush like I did when it came to Windows --> to Linux. What is the best Unix OS that fits in pretty well with Ubuntu.
In other words is there kind of an equal Linux with Unix?
Unix like kernels were in picture from a long time. But due to its limitations it is not as successful as linux kernel. What are those limitations.
Basically I want to understand the fundamental/advanced points which describes the differences between Linux kernel and Unix like kernels? Please be specific to Linux and Unix internals only.
i have just bought UNIX null shell book but now i am confused about Linux and UNIX which is the best if after learning UNIX i could have all the knowledge about Linux then it's OK but if not so please suggest me the desire pace.