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    No, but if you hear of any let me know. Orlando is right around the corner for me and I am there at least 2x a week.
    Allright. If you know of a single geek in Orlando, let me know. ;D

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    How different is it from linux? is it based on *nix too?
    It is pretty darn diffrent. It is unix.

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    I bet I could convert my g/f to linux... she's entertained by installing stuff : I'm not sure if it's the getting new stuff, or the dialogue boxes that entertain her though.. ah well

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    I bet I could convert my g/f to linux... she's entertained by installing stuff : I'm not sure if it's the getting new stuff, or the dialogue boxes that entertain her though.. ah well
    You've got to be careful, though. Once you convert her, she might try to take over your computer! And that would be bad!!! Very bad!!!!

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    It is pretty darn diffrent. It is unix.
    As in propietary hardware unix?

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    No, it's open source under the BSD license.

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    No, it's open source under the BSD license.
    So I can run it on my pc?

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    So I can run it on my pc?
    I'm in it right now on my Thunderbird. BSD is the closest predecessor to Unix that exists. There are some proprietary BSD's, but the major 3 are open source like Linux and together run on practically anything Linux does.

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    BSD is the closest predecessor to Unix that exists
    Predecessor? I thought the BSDs were spinoffs of the original Unix...

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