RedHat Linux or FreeBSD
v.velox at vvelox.net
Tue Nov 13 07:46:39 PST 2007
On Tue, 13 Nov 2007 14:05:29 +0100 (CET)
Konrad Heuer <kheuer2 at gwdg.de> wrote:
> On Tue, 13 Nov 2007, Giorgos Keramidas wrote:
> > On 2007-11-11 23:09, yahya wafula <yawafula at hotmail.com> wrote:
> >> To whoever it may concern, sometime ago i posted a question
> >> asking for some assistance on how to install and operate
> >> FreeBSD, unfortunately, i still got stranded.
> > I don't remember the particular question, so it may be worth
> > asking it again, by a posting to our technical questions' mailing
> > list:
> > <freebsd-questions at freebsd.org>
> >> right now an idea has come to my mind and i've been thinking of
> >> enrolling for an RHCT & RHCE with a hope that i may gain
> >> substantial knowledge to help me not only manage RedHat Linux
> >> but also FreeBSD incase both have common performance.
> > Redhat GNU/Linux is a UNIX-like system too, so there are
> > definitely good things to gain from that system. As UNIX-like
> > systems, FreeBSD and the Redhat GNU/Linux distributions share a
> > lot of common 'design' attributes, and many features are
> > implemented in very similar ways.
> > My own recommendation would be to try *both* systems. My own
> > personal preference is greatly in support of FreeBSD, but that is
> > just that: a personal preference for the way the FreeBSD releases
> > work, the way the FreeBSD team operates, and the way the overall
> > 'FreeBSD experience' tends to match my style of work.
> >> well, am i on the right path? are there any similarities between
> >> RHCT/ RHCE and FreeBSD. thanks alot with regards. YAHYA WAFULA
> >> OJWANG. CAIRO. EGYPT
> > There are both similarities and differences. It's not easy to
> > guess what *you* would prefer, in advance. Hence my suggestion
> > to try both systems and see for yourself :-)
> I can only back the things Giorgos states. Both operatings systems
> are worth to try. Technically, both have advantages und
> To my mind, personal preferences are important when deciding for an
> operating system. Thus, I'd never blame anyone for using Linux or
> Windows or whatever else.
I suggest learning FreeBSD, Linux, and Windows as in the IT field you
will have to be familiar with them all and feel comfy with making
them all talk and work together.
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