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What is the major difference between the Linux and Unix operating systems?

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It belongs to the family of multitasking, multiuser operating systems.

These are mostly used in internet servers and workstations.

It is originally derived from AT&T Unix, developed starting in the 1970s at the Bell Labs research center by Ken Thompson, Dennis Ritchie, and others.

Both the operating systems are open source but UNIX is relatively similar one as compared to LINUX.

Linux:

Linux has probably been home to every programming language known to humankind.

These are used for personal computers.

The LINUX is based on the kernel of the UNIX operating system.
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