Linux move to FreeBSD
TelkomSA87213 at telkomsa.net
Sun Jul 3 21:51:08 GMT 2005
I'm religious as well and thought about connecting religion to
everything connected to OS's
Ok...let's see...Coming from South Africa, I could easily find a meaning
Ubuntu : "I am what I am because of who we all are".(Coming from
South Africa, I could easily find a meaning)
thus...no greater being...just all the others input.
Mandrake: MAn Dragon...according to Revolations...not good.
FreeBSD : Well...the daemon ;)
so...linux and bsd could be said to be "evil" or non-religious.
Then we must turn to Windows...
In Africa there is a place called "God's Window". We can thus not place
ourselves in such a greater being's status to look out his window.
At last I found one...MS-DOS. Old and no religios connectations...Apart
from above mentioned Windows problem...must have been new management;)
That is way I here your problem but could not clearly see the problem with
any Os's. How about you install BSD and just clear the conf file which
shows Beastie at startup.
Tertius van Zyl
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dmitry Mityugov" <dmitry.mityugov at gmail.com>
To: "Lane" <lane at joeandlane.com>
Cc: <freebsd-questions at freebsd.org>
Sent: Sunday, July 03, 2005 11:02 PM
Subject: Re: Linux move to FreeBSD
On 7/3/05, Lane <lane at joeandlane.com> wrote:
> It truly boggles the mind at how frequently people protest the on-going
> decision to use beastie on the public face of FreeBSD. It's almost like a
> guest who comes into your home and then starts redecorating!
I believe there was nothing in the original question that would
resemble "redecorating". It was a polite question about why FreeBSD
had this "feature".
I am, personally, currently helping my friend to buy and configure a
computer for him and his family. Although I know FreeBSD better than
Linux (and this does not mean I am a FreeBSD guru), I'll be installing
something like Ubuntu on that machine, not FreeBSD, because my friend
and his family are religious men.
"We live less by imagination than despite it" - Rockwell Kent, "N by E"
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