Is Unix different from Linux?

Linux is an operating system which is developed by Linus Torvalds in 1991. The name “Linux” originates from the Linux kernel. Unix is a portable, multi-tasking, a multi-user operating system developed by AT&T.

Does Linux equal Unix What is their relation?

UNIX OS was created in the late 1960s at AT&T Bell Labs whereas Linux is an operating system built by Linus Torvalds at the University of Helsinki in 1991. When we compare Unix to Linux, Linux default shell is BASH while the Unix shell is Bourne Shell.

Was Linux stolen from UNIX?

Linux operating system does not use or share any part of Unix or BSD code. It was built entirely new by Linus and the GNU Project to become … a clone version of Unix. That’s why Linux and the current Unix descendant operating systems (such as MacOS) have a lot in common.

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