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 What FreeBSD does for me
Author: Deon 
Date:   11-04-02 20:29

What can I say, I am admin of a couple Solaris and Linux boxlets, and a whole buncha M$ things. We are a leading edge company so I get to play with cool new toys. I have been using BSD from about 2.2.5, before that was with SCO5. I would just like to list what I have running on my BSD box, its a 700intel with 256 megs ram and 3 20gig drives.

4.5 stable
Apache 1.3.24
PHP 4.12
Mysql 3.23
Heimdal
OpenSSL/OpenSSH
OpenLDAP
Netsaint/TCPdump
Snort
PortSentry
Sendmail 8.12/SASL/IMAP
.. this just being off the top of my head.
Its a production box, win2k pro desktops authenticating off the KDC, hosts multiple sites, streams MP3's, has a major backend database, and she just hums away merrily.

Get that on M$... and keep it running... I think not! Anyone else got some lists theyd like to share?

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