wich are the difference among freebsd, NetBsd and HPUX?
eagletree at hughes.net
Sun Dec 14 08:39:46 PST 2008
On Dec 14, 2008, at 7:43 AM, Tomás Rodriguez wrote:
> Hi everybody
> somebody cand explain me wich are the difference among freebsd,
> NetBsd and HPUX?
Your question is too broad for a meaningful answer. You
could ask it more specifically based on what you are trying
to decide. It would be a massive response to answer it as
A quick and major difference (that may indicate my lack of
knowledge on HP-UX). HP-UX is an OS for a specific set
of hardware platforms. NetBSD and FreeBSD are
neither tied to a platform or vendor. If you had an HP-9000,
you would likely consider HP-UX first, if you have a generic
motherboard with a typical Pentium or AMD, you would
probably select one of the BSDs based on what you planned
to implement and how well that BSD runs on your hardware.
I could be wrong about the current state of HP-UX but this
was it's intended implementation in the days I looked at it.
> ----- Original Message ----
>> From: Tomás Rodriguez <admhardsoft at yahoo.ca>
>> To: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
>> Sent: Wednesday, December 10, 2008 11:31:03 AM
>> Subject: I need Install DB2 in Freebsd with a tool administration
>> like webmin but for database DB2
>> Hi, everyone.
>> I wanna install DB2 in my unix freebsd, but I never doing that, in
>> fact I need a
>> tool like GUI or like webmin, for the adminsitration of the DB2.
>> who can help me
>> with that.
>> I'll appreciate any help, because I have been very hurry with that
>> developer a tools in DB2 butnever worked in this database
>> management, I always
>> work in mysql server.
>> please any help?
>> have a great day for everyone here.
>> ----- Original Message ----
>> From: Richard KHOO Guan Chen
>> To: "freebsd-questions at freebsd.org"
>> Sent: Tuesday, December 9, 2008 9:58:13 PM
>> Subject: Re: portaudit -solved
>> Thank you Sahil Tandon
>> I have solved the problem. My ISP uses proxy for http (I think)
>> as I have
>> closed off port 80 and opened port 8080, and that has got me to
>> the web with no
>> problem. I have also been able to use ports installation with my
>> ipf firewall
>> setup, so I could not understand why portaudit command failed. I
>> have now opened
>> up port 80 and get the thing working.
>> Your message got me thinking in this direction as you confiremed
>> that the file
>> is from http://www.FreeBSD.org/ports.
>> Once again thanks and apologies for the late reply.
>> On Mon, 8 Dec 2008, Sahil Tandon wrote:
>>> Richard KHOO Guan Chen wrote:
>>>> I have recently installed 6.4 release and tried to do a
>>>> portausidt -F.
>>>> No go reply was that auditfile.tbz unavailable.
>>> By default, portaudit fetches the database from www.FreeBSD.org/
>>> What is the output of the following commands on your machine?
>>> % wget http://www.FreeBSD.org/ports/auditfile.tbz
>>> % fetch -1amp http://www.FreeBSD.org/ports/auditfile.tbz
>>> Have you created or modified /usr/local/etc/portaudit.conf?
>>> -- Sahil Tandon
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