Your thoughts become things! - Rhonda Byrne, The Secret
This course is the best way to make a strong career with out having any experience in IT. the course name is Linux Adminstration and This course is having 3 parts , 1. Basics , Part-1 and Part-2 you need to install skype and teamviewer in your computer and please refer software links section in the right side top corner of this website to download the software
Unix (officially UNIX) is a registered trademark of The Open Group that refers to a family of computer operating systems and tools conforming to The Open Group Base Specification, Issue 7 (also known as POSIX.1-2008 or IEEE Std 1003.1 - 2008).
The original Unix operating system was developed at AT&T's Bell Labs research center in 1969. In the 1970s and 1980s, AT&T licensed Unix to third-party vendors, leading to the development of several Unix variants, including Berkeley Unix, HP-UX, AIX, and Microsoft's Xenix. In 1993, AT&T sold the rights to the Unix operating system to Novell, Inc., which a few years later sold the Unix trademark to the consortium that eventually became The Open Group.
Unix was developed using a high-level programming language (C) instead of platform-specific assembly language, enabling its portability across multiple computer platforms. Unix also was developed as a self-contained software system, comprising the operating system, development environment, utilities, documentation, and modifiable source code. These key factors led to widespread use and further development in commercial settings, and helped Unix and its variants become an important teaching and learning tool used in academic settings.
Dennis M. Ritchie
Dennis MacAlistair Ritchie was an American computer scientist. He created the C programming language and, with long-time colleague Ken Thompson, the Unix operating system
Born: September 9, 1941, Bronxville, New York, United States Died: October 12, 2011, Berkeley Heights, New Jersey, United StatesAs Dennis's siblings, Lynn, John, and Bill Ritchie--on behalf of the entire Ritchie family--we wanted to convey to all of you how deeply moved, astonished, and appreciative we are of the loving tributes to Dennis that we have been reading. We can confirm what we keep hearing again and again:
Linux started in 1991 as a pet project from Linus Torvalds. The biggest accomplishment of Torvalds is not the fact that he brought us the Linux kernel, more likely it is the fact that he was the first to start using the bazaar development model.