Alex

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Alex
  1. The basic answer to this is that on Cisco, you can look at everything as a part of one file. And the reason is because it has less overall config. So you can do that, and with Linux, you have a lot mo...
  2. The short answer is no. But in years gone by, that probably was something that was a bit of just a general opinion out there that Linux programmers, people who understood Linux very well were the expe...
  3. The main difference most people are concerned about is that Unix is a proprietary OS, while Linux is open source. Unix was originally written as a networking OS. For a very long time, it was the prima...