BSDstats: February Statistics - 18 494 Hosts Reported In
Abdullah Ibn Hamad Al-Marri
wearabnet at yahoo.ca
Sat Mar 8 12:36:56 UTC 2008
These links don't work.
Drivers/HW Stats CPU Stats Port Stats
Do you know why?
-Abdullah Ibn Hamad Al-Marri
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> From: Marc G. Fournier <scrappy at hub.org>
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> Sent: Saturday, March 8, 2008 6:43:11 AM
> Subject: BSDstats: February Statistics - 18 494 Hosts Reported In
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> As of March 7th, 2008, the project is seeing 18 494 hosts reporting in, with a
> break down as follows:
> DesktopBSD 3 242 hosts
> DragonFly 27 hosts
> FreeBSD 6 260 hosts
> GNU/kFreeBSD 5 hosts
> MidnightBSD 6 hosts
> MirBSD 14 hosts
> NetBSD 109 hosts
> OpenBSD 56 hosts
> PC-BSD 8 775 hosts
> Top 10 Countries reporting in (out of 85 Countries total):
> United States 23.5%
> Russian Federation 7.4%
> Australia 6.4%
> Brazil 6.3%
> Germany 6.2%
> France 3.4%
> Ukraine 3.2%
> Japan 3.2%
> United Kingdom 3.0%
> Canada 2.7%
> Project Objective:
> "The mission of this site is to compile semi-accurate numbers for advocacy and
> marketing of the *BSD operating systems."
> PC-BSD, to the best of our knowledge, is the only one that defaults to enabled,
> while the rest have to be enabled manually.
> For FreeBSD users, you just need to install /usr/ports/sysutils/bsdstats to set
> things up.
> If you aren't participating, we very much encourage you to start ... the report
> script is a shell script, so you can scan it to figure out what, exactly, is
> being sent in .. and there is only one level of reporting that is required,
> and that is Operating System + Version ... Device and Ports reporting are 100%
> optional ...
> For those that are participating ... once more, thank you ... and spread the
> word, we need more ...
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