[PLUG] Anyone using / can advise on FreeBSD/NetBSD?

sam oak samoak at gmail.com
Tue Jul 5 20:27:31 PDT 2011


I use Open BSD. The footprint is extremely minimal. One has to install,
almost everything other than the core OS, by hand.

Open BSD is one of the robust most operating systems in the world. Gients
such as Google uses Open BSD at the server end. One of the experts of Open
BSD, whom I know very well, is Amarendra Godbole (Symantec)


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Regards,
- sameer.oak


On Fri, Jul 1, 2011 at 8:13 PM, Mayuresh <mayuresh at acm.org> wrote:

> I don't intend to start any BSD/Linux or anything vs anything flame.
>
> There is ample material on such comparison on the web some of which I
> have browsed through.
>
> If somebody has used any of the BSD systems (FreeBSD or NetBSD), I'd have
> just liked to know the experience with them, any significant advantages or
> pain areas felt etc.
>
> I am a largely command line user, never use any feature rich desktop
> manager. I use a regular x86 desktop computer / laptop. For such a usage
> profile and hardware, which flavor of BSD will be good to use?
>
> Mayuresh.
>


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