Question about Microsoft Windows Server Standard 2003 for PC
Could u please explain me what is filesystem in Linux. and difference between Linux and solaris.
Linux has a number of file systems to choose from. The ext4 file system is pretty advanced but ext3 or ext2 are also good choices. Generally if you are installing a Linux or Unix-like distribution then it is a good idea to choose the default option provided by the installer. That option will be well supported and likely to work right out of the box.
If you aren't sure whether to use Linux or Solaris, then you should definitely use Linux. It has the widest support for different kinds of hardware. Solaris is likely to not work on many PC systems.
Posted on Jul 11, 2012
Might be Linux. It is widely availble, easy to use and has as much eye candy as vista. On the other hand you need to register for Solaris and I haven't seen any apps that work on Solaris. Linux filesytems include EXT2 EXT3.
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