Difference Between Unix and Linux Administration?

What is the difference between Unix and Linux administration I asked this question because most companies use the term “Unix/Linux” administration required can u please help me.

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  1. Jayson King
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    It’s *nix, can be anything like SunOS, OEL just that they are different flavors. Unix is everything, Linux was derived after Unix – so what recruiters mean is by Unix that says one of Sun Solaris, AIX, UX. Those are Unix based OS and for Linux, you have RHEL, Ubuntu etc.

  2. Alexander Murray
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    Due to macOS’ roots in Unix, I have met some Linux/Unix admins who enjoy using Macs as their personal devices. And often Linux admin skillsets transfer to macOS administration.

  3. Elliot Khan
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    Linux is a UNIX Clone. But if you consider Portable Operating System Interface (POSIX) standards then Linux can be considered as UNIX. To quote from Official Linux kernel README file: Linux is a Unix clone written from scratch by Linus Torvalds with assistance from a loosely-knit team of hackers across the Net.

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