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    Re:FreeBSD 5 kicks ass

    very

    My FreeBSD box is a beast. Replaced my video card (e-geforce 2), got my mysql and apache servers running, and it doesnt break a sweat under loads. Great server OS.

    Much more testing to do though....

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    Re:FreeBSD 5 kicks ass

    I still have a boner for OpenBSD. But FreeBSD is still one slick OS.

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    Re:FreeBSD 5 kicks ass

    I ran the NVidia drivers on 5.0rc2 long ago. Just took some modification of a config.h file, and some added kernel mods, and all was good. Still don't have a reason to use them now, so I've been slacking on installing them.

    AS for OpenBSD, I think RH just got moved down the list by 1. OpenBSD is very kickass, but gotta love FreeBSD too. Hell. I bet if I used NetBSD I would just like them all (excluding all the side project BSDs).

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    Re:FreeBSD 5 kicks ass

    [quote author=Kernel_Killer link=board=10;threadid=6906;start=0#msg69625 date=1061791014]

    AS for OpenBSD, I think RH just got moved down the list by 1.
    [/quote]

    /music plays "Another one bites the dust"

    Ahh, the sweet music to my ears ;D

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    Re:FreeBSD 5 kicks ass

    With a little help I'm now 100% on FreeBSD and I love it.

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    Re:FreeBSD 5 kicks ass

    [quote author=Master Copy link=board=10;threadid=6906;start=0#msg69625 date=1061791014]
    AS for OpenBSD, I think RH just got moved down the list by 1. OpenBSD is very kickass, but gotta love FreeBSD too. Hell. I bet if I used NetBSD I would just like them all (excluding all the side project BSDs).
    [/quote]

    Yes OpenBSD is super sexy awsome fun flash woohaw OS UNIX BSD.

    NetBSD is very similar to OpenBSD except it doesn't have the strong code audits and has an interesting portable subsystem in place for porting. They rely on strn* in kernel instead of strl* but feels very similar to OpenBSD.

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