v.velox at vvelox.net
Thu Jul 15 09:57:01 PDT 2004
On Thu, 15 Jul 2004 12:23:11 -0400
Sigmascape1 at cs.com wrote:
> I am not a huge poster to this mailing list, but I am interested in
> FreeBSD. Generally speaking, is one goal of FreeBSD and its
> community, to make FreeBSD as easy to use a mainstream Linux distro?
> I'm just curious. I see a lot of potential for FreeBSD on the server
> side of things, but Linux and its various distros are now making
> Linux easier to use on the front end of things (client side) as well
> as being solid in the server department. Having used SuSE 8 and 9, I
> can say Linux has now entered a new world of 'ease-of-use.'
What is truely needed is a MMC clone. The linux is beat completely
Lol, from all the users of linux I've talked to I've still not seen
this 'easy-to-use'... once some one wants to expand beyond the base of
the distro they are running, it still has massive problems...
> >From my position, I am much more interested in BSD-based
> >alternatives that offer me and my staff alternatives on the client
> >side. Obviously, Mac OS X is a strong alternative, but most of our
> >hardware is x86-based. Our hardware is probably not change, so
> >Linux is an option that is difficult to ignore.
> Any thoughts?
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