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 Re: well said
Author: paul 
Date:   10-05-02 07:27

for my part, I wish there were FAQs like how to migrate from linux or some other OSes, ie, the differences between them: with linux you upgrade the kernel and the distribution stuff separately on someone else's timetable, while with *BSD, you do the _whole system_ on yours. But how to grok all that and make it work? I still feel like I'm fumbling around when I read the handbook: it talks over my head, or so it feels.

The best way to do this, I guess, would be to build a system from scratch (as in the diary's approach) but with the added information about translating your expertise to a new world.

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