Originally posted by RuDe_BuT_CoOoL
I am a super newbe if there is a super. I planned to work in a commertial telecommunication company. the required a unix expert. so I want to work and be familiar with unix so to be simple and clear this is the problem I want to solve:
1- should I use unix or linux
You should be good to go with either unless the place you want to work has a specific Unix OS that they work with. If they are working with something like AIX, you will not be able to run it on your x86 machine.
You can find a bunch of Linux distros available for download at http://www.linuxiso.org/.
You can also down FreeBSD from that site. FreeBSD is not the same as Linux but they are both Unix OSs just the same.
2- is there a unix OS available, only unix without any addetional features that take resourses. I mean unix without solarios. only the unix (I am not free for downloading 3 CDs) and my country there is not contriputer for unix. or there is but cost too much.
I am not sure if I totally understand that question. As far as downloading, you can download the FreeBSD mini-ISO from the above url with only 150 megabytes. There are also floppy disk versions of Linux/*BSD but they don't do a whole bunch other than network routing type jobs.
3-again should I use unix or linux because I get confused between both. is unix part of linux or is linux is GUI version of unix
Linux and Unix are cousins. Linux was born of Minix which split from Unix. For a cool family tree of Unix OSs, take a gander at this link: http://www.levenez.com/unix/