with is the best UNIX x86 system to learn from?
I have already a very stable dual boot, Windows XP SP1 and RedHat 9, all configured OK and my GeForce4 Ti4200 works flawlessly in both OSs.
I just downloaded Solaris 9, 4 ISOs. I just want a goot UNIX system to learn from... I need to know UNIX, since I want to work in the corporate level. I study Computer Cience here in Rio de Janeiro, Brasil.
Do anyone here have any experience to lead me in the right way: learn from Solaris or freeBSD? I already have 3 HDs: one is Windows, other is Linux and the new one, I wish to install a "pure" UNIX system, and learn from it.
Any sugestions? freeBSD, Solaris.... or both? Are they that different, with one has better free documentation, etc?
Thanks for any reply!
PS.: nvidia always awesome... linux and now freeBSD drivers are far beyond anything the competition had come with yet. Keep up the good work!
PS2.: could any of those drivers run on Solaris 9 x86? =]
Bengt (from Rio de Janeiro, Brazil)
PC: Athlon XP 2200+, Epox 8K3A+, 512MB HiperX PC2700, GF4 Ti4200 128MB, SB Live! 5.1, NICs 3Com e Intel, CDRW LG 40/12/40, 40GB+60GB Maxtor 7200RPM, Sony G420 19", Altec Lansing 4.1
OS: Windows XP Professional SP1 e Linux RedHat 9