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Re: FreeBSD vs. Linux
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- Date: Mon, 13 Nov 2000 22:46:16 +0900
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Hi, > On Sun, Nov 12, 2000 at 05:59:33PM +0200, Sorin Savastre wrote: > > > FreeBSD is very restrictive with the hardware and is not very friendly. Huh? If you know what you are doing, there is nothing that's non-friendly about freebsd... feels just like any other (well, non SYSV) U*IX. It works great on both my current development box (a SMP Celeron 500Mhz) using Alpha kernel code for my SB Live card, and on my 486 doing router duty, not very restrictive either. > > Also I don't no why standard distribution is coming with sh not bash like > > shell. cd /usr/ports/shells/bash2/; make; make install; make clean It's only Linux IIRc that ships with bash as default all other comercial UN*Xes ship csh, sh, and ksh. -- Austin K. Kurahone Tokyo Linux Users Group / SIGUSR1 R&D Hail Eris! All Hail Discordia! "Never frighten a small man. He'll kill you." --Lazarus Long
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