Ask stupid questions and you'll get a stupid answers, was: Technological advantages over Linux
galtsev at kicp.uchicago.edu
Fri Jul 24 17:59:01 UTC 2020
On 2020-07-24 12:11, Michael Watters wrote:
> While it's fun to test out and play with different OSes it makes life
> much simpler if you standardize on *one* platform. Most organizations
> have standards and policies about what operating systems are allowed on
> their servers.
I do not agree or disagree with you. Yet, being sysadmin, and having
everything built around 4 "standardized" systems (FreeBSD + jails -
servers, CentOS Linux - number crunchers and workstations, Ubuntu Linux
- laptops, MS Windows, MacOS), I do play or use other systems, and my
end users get the one they like and I do provide full support of the
system of their choice for them. I never had to deal with outrageous
choices - lucky me.
> On 7/24/2020 9:39 AM, Ottavio Caruso via freebsd-questions wrote:
>> Why do I have to choose between Linux and FreeBSD? Why can't I have
>> both? I also use NetBSD, OpenBSD, Android, occasionally Windows. Am I
>> a traitor? Am I an infidel?
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