krylon at gmx.net
Fri Aug 15 09:29:08 PDT 2003
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Since my ISDN-card does not work on FreeBSD (so far), I am unable to connect
to the internet from FreeBSD, so I am largely unable to access the ports tree.
Now I got hold of a six-CD-set of NetBSD-1.6 + lots of packages. I installed
it on my machine, but I think I like FreeBSD-5.x better (easier to use and
configure, plus I got "The Complete FreeBSD" lying around).
I've heard great things about binary compatibility between the three
BSD-systems, so I thought, maybe I can just install the NetBSD-packages on my
Has anyone ever tried something like this? Did it work?
How does this work performance-wise?
eMail: krylon at gmx.net
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