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    Oh ok kool. I was talking about a KVM switch. ...

    Oh ok kool. I was talking about a KVM switch.


    No need to worry about GRUB2. Just add something along the lines of this to your /etc/grub.d/xx_custom: ("xx" being whatever number you may have...
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    I've always been interested in KVM, but when u...

    I've always been interested in KVM, but when u look up KVM boxes etc they cost a bomb. So i have never really bothered setting one up.

    Is it good? like in terms of performance, does KVM run alot...
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    Sure you can :rolleyes: it will be just like...

    Sure you can :rolleyes: it will be just like trying to type on your iphone or whatever "smartphone" you have.

    Just hope you don't have fat fingers or are little uncoordinated otherwise it might...
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    Personally i don't see how the desktop will die....

    Personally i don't see how the desktop will die. I mean their is such a huge market for the desktop, not to mention alot of companies that have based themselves on desktop products for people and...
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    Yeah though pkgsrc isn't just binaries, it can...

    Yeah though pkgsrc isn't just binaries, it can also do source.



    Yeah, though FreeBSD is pretty good with xorg, if you compare it to the other BSD's. Though that is down to simply manpower.
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    Pretty quick if your using ports or pkgsrc...

    Pretty quick if your using ports or pkgsrc binaries. No slower than using DEB or RPM in Linux.

    FreeBSD like the others has GNOME 2.30, but i think it is possible to upgrade to GNOME 3 if you want...
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    Kool, may give it a go. I have always liked JFS...

    Kool, may give it a go. I have always liked JFS so may try porting it.

    Also just for interest sake, FreeBSD has pretty good binary compatibility with Linux.

    You can run most things through it,...
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    FreeBSD is the most popular. Don't know the...

    FreeBSD is the most popular.


    Don't know the answer to that, i have a feeling it is actually controlled by a board of members, similar to NetBSD.
    The best way to be apart of the community is...
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    I don't know if any of you have heard of rump?? ...

    I don't know if any of you have heard of rump??

    Rump allows existing kernel drivers to run in a multitude of configurations: monolithic kernel, microkernel, exokernel and others. ...
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