In this article, we will see the following Daily Tips for Linux.
Tip-1 Date: 05-Feb-21 Provided By: Sridhar
What is Operating System ?
👉 Operating system is an interface between user and the computer hardware.
Tip-2 Date: 08-Feb-21 Provided By: Sridhar
Types of Operating System :
👉 Single User – Single Tasking Operating System
👉 Single User – Multitasking Operating System
👉 Multi User – Multitasking Operating System
Tip-3 Date: 09-Feb-21 Provided By: Ramesh
Single User ( Single Tasking Operating System ) :
👉 In this type of operating system only one user can log into system and can perform only one task at a time.
👉 E.g.: MS-DOS
Tip-4 Date: 12-Feb-21 Provided By: Ramesh
Single User ( Multi tasking operating System ) :
👉 This type of O/S supports only one user to log into the system but a user can perform multiple tasks at a time, browsing internet while playing songs etc.
👉 E.g.: Windows -98, XP, vista, 7,8,10 etc.
Tip-5 Date: 15-Feb-21 Provided By: Ramesh
Multi User ( Multi Tasking Operating System ) :
👉 This type of O/S provides multiple users to log into the system and also each user can perform various tasks at a time.
👉 In a broader term multiple users can logged in to system and share the resources of the system at the same time.
👉 E.g.: UNIX, LINUX etc.
Tip-6 Date: 18-Feb-21 Provided By: Ramesh
What is Unix?
👉 Unix is an Operating System that is truly the base of all Operating Systems like Ubuntu, Solaris, POSIX, etc.
Tip-7 Date: 22-Feb-21 Provided By: Ramesh
History of Unix :
👉 It was developed in the 1970s by Ken Thompson, Dennis Ritchie, and others in the AT&T Laboratories.
👉 It was originally meant for programmers developing software rather than non-programmers.
Tip-8 Date: 23-Feb-21 Provided By: Ramesh
Layers of Unix :
👉 Layer-1: Hardware
👉 Layer-2: Kernel
👉 Layer-3: Shell commands
👉 Layer-4: Application Layer