bfallon at itbuildersinc.com
Wed Aug 19 03:34:06 UTC 2009
Why is that? I registered with my info... Its just been my experience with FreeBSD that it's the elegance of how well and easy it just works from editing the files. When something doesn't work there is no faulty GUI to have to troubleshoot just go strait to the source of the issue in the file. Anyway, you could always use a locked down version of webmin if you want a quick fix. And also aids you in doing things graphically if that's how you prefer.
Sent from my Windows Mobile phone
From: <osp at aloha.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 18, 2009 9:44 PM
To: freebsd-mobile at freebsd.org
Subject: RE: USB WiFi
> Use Ubuntu if you're looking gor GUI
> Sent from my Windows Mobile phone
Well then I suggest you find out how to configure your mail app to prevent
it from creating Windows-unique addess like these:
> =?windows-1252?Q?Ben_Fallon?= <bfallon at itbuildersinc.com>,
> =?windows-1252?Q?Gary_Dunn?= <osp at aloha.com>,
> =?windows-1252?Q?freebsd-mobile?= <freebsd-mobile at freebsd.org>
As for your advice, well, no thanks. I want the UI on the router to be
text. My point is I do not want the user to have to edit conf files in the
field. Ubuntu is nice, but this is a FreeBSD list and FreeBSD runs very
nicely with Gnome, which I am using right now to type this with Epiphany
and my ISP's clunky web mail system. I have been using FreeBSD since
version 2 and Gnome since 1.4. I am certain others here have been at it a
lot longer than me.
This is not an excuse to start a FreeBSD vs Ubuntu war.
Looking forward to hearing you contribute something about FreeBSD.
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