Which FreeBSD is best for my PC?

Da Rock rock_on_the_web at comcen.com.au
Mon Dec 1 18:09:01 PST 2008

On Mon, 2008-12-01 at 14:22 +0000, RW wrote:
> On Sun, 30 Nov 2008 23:54:38 -0800
> "Harry Veltman" <veltman at intergate.com> wrote:
> > Which version and GUI will work best on the internet with my AT
> > Pentium II 350MHz x86-based PC?  Some web sites require Flash Player
> > 8 or higher, 
> If flash is important to you then I'd suggest you run windows firefox
> under wine. Native Adobe Flash support is apparently working again in
> 7.1, but it's only just been restored as being broken for years. And by
> all accounts the linux flash-plugin isn't perfect even in Linux.
> > and some require 128-bit encryption I think, but doesn't
> > 40-bit encryption process data 3 times faster?  How many bit
> > encryption is the various versions of FreeBSD?  Thanks.
> All the supported versions of FreeBSD should have a wide range of
> ciphers available on browsers. IMO it's not really worth using
> ciphers below 128 bits. 128 bit is probably safe from the NSA, 40
> bits could easily be broken on a pc.  

Are you sure about the NSA part? :P

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