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    Yeah I spent a weekend setting up FreeBSD 5.4 about a week ago. The most time consuming thing was compiling Java.

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    I read the article. Funny It is obviously a joke.

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    I tried freebsd 5.3 a while back and i loved it. If it detected my dvdrw right i'd be using it right no probably. Did a few kernel recompiles like the manual said and it still dosn't work right. Currently i'm giving netbsd 2.0 a try....you better have a manual on hand if you give it a try.

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    Umm, I don't think it will detect it on NetBSD either.

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    blasphemy! from what i hear, netbsd will run on a dead squirel carcus in a box!

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    Yes, but it doesnt mean it will detect your hardware, the ports for netbsd are all arch based.

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