Technological advantages over Linux

Don Wilde dwilde1 at
Fri Jul 24 14:19:55 UTC 2020

On 7/24/20 6:27 AM, Valeri Galtsev wrote:
> On 7/24/20 4:28 AM, Andrea Venturoli wrote:
>> On 2020-07-24 10:50, Christos Chatzaras wrote:
>>> I use jails for multiple PHP versions and I prefer it this way 
>>> because it's a neat method and keeps my main system "clean" from 
>>> EOLed PHP versions.
>> I always install PHP only in jails, as it keeps my system "clean" of 
>> something for which there's always a security hole being announced in 
>> a few days :)
> I fully agree with you. The whole flame war of this thread is between 
> "I want my system just work and have everything without effort" and "I 
> want my system really secure". Some of us split from Linux to FreeBSD 
> (servers at least) in pursuit of security, others may be splitting 
> from FreeBSD to Linux with their goals.
I came back because I love the BSD architecture and dislike the ad-hoc 
nature of Ubuntu's new "features." i keep a Ubuntu machine around for 
the convenience of a desktop, but I don't expect it to be safe or free 
of surprises.
> And the only reason this flame war starts on FreeBSD mail list is: 
> Linux mail lists will kick you out pretty quickly ;-)
Hmmm... sounds like America these days. 'Political Correctness' and 
'cancel culture' are the new RightThink.

Don Wilde
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