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 Re: Linux <---> FreeBSD
Author: ibonny 
Date:   03-01-08 17:14

I've been a Linux user since probably the early 90s, and its done everything I've wanted it to. The main reason for me to look into FreeBSD is because I find having "backup plans" and greater knowledge gives you greater leverage when finding the right solution for a client. While Linux is good at what it does, and does have the greatest source of drivers and code, FreeBSD is incredibly stable. I've had several Linux boxes blow up in my face for no reason. FreeBSD though, has not. Plus, due to licensing issues, FreeBSD has covered some areas that Linux can't even touch. So, depending on the solution, both can be applied well.

Ian

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 Linux <--> FreeBSD   new
codephreaker 05-08-03 20:54 
 Re: Linux &lt;--&gt; FreeBSD   new
Jason Browne 04-09-03 21:44 
 Re: Linux <--> FreeBSD   new
Dan 04-09-03 22:21 
 Re: Linux FreeBSD   new
John 06-09-03 19:07 
 Re: Linux FreeBSD   new
jai.unix 30-03-06 09:31 
 Re: Linux FreeBSD   new
Shannon 26-09-03 04:08 
 Re: Linux <---> FreeBSD   new
ibonny 03-01-08 17:14 


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