So I know that Linux is considered "Unix-like" while OSX is Unix. Why is this? I feel like Linux is much more "Unix-like" than OSX is. What makes OSX more "Unix" than Linux?
I frequently come across the term "unix-like" on the internet on many sites. There is no standard; it is just in the way it behaves. But if I were to develop a kernel from scratch, what would make ...
I was reading Eric Raymond's the Art of Unix Programming, (Amazon and online) and at the very beginning of the book where he analyses what Unix does wrong he says: Having a file system at all may ...