Unix® and Linux® Comparison Matrix
Directions: Choose three different versions of the UNIX® or Linux® operating systems to compare. Insert the three chosen versions and fill out the requested information in the Components column.
UNIX® or Linux® operating system version: Red Hat Linux Server
|Components |Your response | |Role of shell |The Shell provides the ability to interact and access a computer system. This is mostly | | |used for administrative purpose to either update the server, or add a role to server, or | | |install a program. | |Three features and roles of each |Mail: E-mail Server | |feature |File Server: To store files or server as a directory for users to have their /home drive | | |Print Server: Manage the printers on a network for users to point to. | |Comments on security |Linux can use firewalls, IPS, IDS, and antivirus software. It can also be configured to | | |serve in these rolls to protect these systems unlike Windows, **additional software has to be| | |purchased**, while you can download free packages for Linux. | |Comments on administration |The administration is incredibly powerful on Linux, there are shadow passwords that can be | | |used to access the system if a password is forgotten. | |Comments on networking |Networking...