Linus & Solaris
Linux is operating system from the family of Unix, Linux can be installed on a variety of computer hardware, ranging from mobile phones, tablet computers and video game consoles, to mainframes and supercomputers. Linux is a leading server operating system, and runs the ten fastest supercomputers in the world The development of Linux is one of the prominent examples of free and open source software collaboration; freely modified , perfectly all the underlying source code can be used and redistributed both commercially and non-commercially, A distribution intended to run as a server may leave any graphical environment from the standard install and instead include other software such as the Apache HTTP Server and a SSH server like open SSH Because Linux is freely redistributable, it is o convert for anyone to create a distribution for any intended use. Commonly used applications with desktop Linux systems include the Mozilla Firefox web browser, office application suite and the GIMP image editor.

Linux distributions are the point of the LAMP server-software combination (Linux, Apache, MySQL, Perl/PHP/Python, which has achieved popularity among developers, and which is one of the more common platforms for website hosting.


Solaris : Open Solaris was an open source computer operating system based on Solaris created by Sun Microsystems, now it's a part of Oracle Corporation Solaris can be installed from various pre-collected software groups, ranging from a "Reduced Network Support" to a complete "Entire Plus OEM". Installation of Solaris is need not necessary for an individual to use the system. Additional software, like Apache, MySQL can be installed as well in a collected form from sunfreeware, OpenCSW and Blastwave

Solaris can be installed from physical media, a network for use on a desktop or server.

Solaris can be mutually installed from a text console on platforms without a video display and mouse. This may be selected for servers, in a rack, in a remote data center, from a terminal server or dial up modem.

Solaris can be used without separately installing the operating system on a desktop/server.

Solaris can be booted from a remote server providing an operating system image in a diskless surrounding or in an environment where an internal disk is only used for alternate space.

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