OS to replace FreeBSD
pkagan at videotron.ca
Fri Mar 19 19:14:58 UTC 2021
Jerry you are projecting and being inherently offensive. All the insults you have put towards me are a deflection of yourself.
Freebsd is incorporated into the largest systems out there and is of the most reputed and highest quality computer operating systems in existence in the world. Your comments that negate our efforts whether it is myself, my compatriots , members of the Computer Society or BSD community. We are trying to help you and you insult us. We don’t accept your insults but we simply respond by trying to help you. It seems you are destined to get lost but I ask that you refrain from trying to take us down with you. Thank you for your understanding. I don’t use Dell Computers, it’s against our companies policy. I have to build the computers with components. You should be able to take it up with Dell but it sounds like they want you to invest more money to get the SLA that supports the use of your intentions. For example they would sell you a computer specific to server purposes, etc.. My company allows LeNovo ie. for laptops, etc.. Nevertheless there is a compatibility of components list. Freebsd does not work on assembled systems compatibility but on a component basis. If you want to determine what is compatible with your system talk to Dell and ask them to give you a factory installation or restore for the opera system that they intended to be used with your system. Solves the problem right there. And take your insults with you.
Envoyé de mon iPhone
> Le 19 mars 2021 à 13:59, Jerry <jerry at seibercom.net> a écrit :
> On Fri, 19 Mar 2021 13:20:34 -0400, Paul stated:
>> Envoyé de mon iPhone
>>> Le 19 mars 2021 à 13:14, David Christensen
>>> <dpchrist at holgerdanske.com> a écrit :
>>> On 3/19/21 7:10 AM, Jerry wrote:
>>>> With the soon-to-be release of version 13 of FreeBSD and the EOL of
>>>> FreeBSD 11.x, I will need to invest in a new OS. Due to FreeBSD’s
>>>> unfortunate inability to squash bug
>>>> https://bugs.freebsd.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=237666, l am left
>>>> with no choice but to seek out a new OS. I need a bare-bones system
>>>> that can run a mail server, Postfix with Dovecot, and a few other
>>> Looking at that link, I see:
>>> Gerard Seibert 2021-02-25 21:01:04 UTC
>>> # dmidecode 3.3
>>> Handle 0x0001, DMI type 1, 27 bytes
>>> System Information
>>> Manufacturer: Dell Inc.
>>> Product Name: XPS 8930
>>> Version: 1.1.15
>>> Serial Number: 19WS903
>>> UUID: 4c4c4544-0039-5710-8053-b1c04f393033
>>> Wake-up Type: Power Switch
>>> SKU Number: 0859
>>> Family: XPS
>>> Dell says:
>>> Operating system
>>> With Windows 10 Home
>>> So, Windows 10 Home is the only operating system supported by Dell
>>> on that computer. Windows 10 Home should not exhibit the bug you
>>> have encountered.
>>> Check if your software is supported on Windows 10 Home. If so,
>>> install Windows 10 Home and install your software.
>>> Alternatively, get another computer that is known to be compatible
>>> with your OS and software of choice.
>>> I am running 12.2-RELEASE-p4 GENERIC amd64 without any problems on:
>>> * Dell PowerEdge T30 with Intel Xeon E3-1225 v5
>>> * Intel S1200V3RPL with Intel Xeon E3-1225 v3
>> Jerry any system that is legal/ legitimate following the law and posix
>> , ieee 1003 iec/iso/eac etc.. will not be able to do what you want.
>> Refer to the following article:
>> Hardware Trojan Horse Device Based on Unintended USB Channels
>> Year: 2009, Volume: 1, Pages: 1-8
>> DOI Bookmark: 10.1109/NSS.2009.48
>> John Clark
>> Sylvain Leblanc
>> Scott Knight
>> You need to implement a virtual USB Host driver as per USB transaction
>> relay techniques...
> Seriously Paul, do you write this dribble to keep yourself amused or is
> this a language problem? Are you attempting to insinuate that any
> system that works correctly will not do what I want? What type of
> gibberish is that? Furthermore, I have no intention of reading an
> eleven year old publication, even if I could easily find it.
> Since you obviously have nothing to legitimately add to this thread,
> there is no need for you to continue.
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