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    yay!!!!!!!!!

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    Hot Dog, I don't know much about it, but here we go......Thanks Jason
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    happy birthday bsd section!

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    oh, and i'd like to take this opportunity to post a link to an article i found informative titled "BSD for Linux Users"

    http://www.over-yonder.net/~fullermd...bsd4linux1.php

    as there are probably going to be some Linux users on this site who want a better understanding of *BSD. i found the article to be unbiased (though the author does run FreeBSD) and very helpful for understanding the differences between *BSD and Linux.

    so yeah, i'm sure someone's going to start a thread called "What's *BSD about, anyways??" or something similar, so we can just point people who ask this question to the article. tell me what you guys think.

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    Thanks for the post sether, I will keep that one bookmarked, and yes for those who get snotty about BSD, link them there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sether
    oh, and i'd like to take this opportunity to post a link to an article i found informative titled "BSD for Linux Users"

    http://www.over-yonder.net/~fullermd...bsd4linux1.php

    as there are probably going to be some Linux users on this site who want a better understanding of *BSD. i found the article to be unbiased (though the author does run FreeBSD) and very helpful for understanding the differences between *BSD and Linux.

    so yeah, i'm sure someone's going to start a thread called "What's *BSD about, anyways??" or something similar, so we can just point people who ask this question to the article. tell me what you guys think.
    I read that quite a while ago and almost forgot about it. It's an excellent comparison for anyone who's looking to know what's so different about a *BSD.
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