Brilliant and very useful for FreeBSD, IMHO

kitsune kitsune at
Sun Apr 6 13:28:34 PDT 2003

On Sun, 6 Apr 2003 21:32:39 +0200
Daniela <dgw at> wrote:

> On Sunday 06 April 2003 19:20, Gregory A. Gilliss wrote:
> > This was posted on
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> > I would recommend that *everyone* read this today (Sunday) and ask your-
> > selves whether the current FreeBSD distro (4.x or 5.x) meets the goals
> > set out by this study?  We've all seen the excreta of these and many other
> > frustrations in the list archives.  Can the FreeBSD core team address
> > some of these issues and *market* the results to make FreeBSD a more
> > worthwhile upgrade path than *any* Linux distro?  I patently hope so!
> PLEASE don't give FreeBSD a GUI for installation and system configuration.
> If the users want it, make another distribution.
> What I like best in FreeBSD is its user interface. I just love it. Upgrading 
> the system and installing software from source is so easy (I'm just a 
> newbie). Sysinstall is really well-designed. It took me less than a day to 
> get acquainted with the user interface. Please don't change it.
> Regards,
> Daniela

I agree FreeBSD was my first experience with a unix like OS and sysinstall was very easy to use.

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