> According to Marius:
> >weak points, just like everything else does, but I just wanted to say
> >a few words in its defense...
> A very reasonable response!
> And to redress Karl's omission - you can also go the path of NetBSD
> which, unlike FreeBSD, has ports to a whole gaggle of different
> machines - not just PC's. The ports that are running are listed on
> the WWW page at www.netbsd.org, ones I can remember are Mac, Suns,
> Amiga, some HP boxen - there are others.
Once you have installed a distribution and actually started using it,
it doesn't make sense to think about distributions: I just update
kernel, compiler, libraries, utilities, etc. as they are updated.
Distributions are always behind the curve quite a bit.
> Brett Lymn, Computer Systems Administrator, AWA Defence Industries
> "It's fifteen hundred miles to Ankh-Morpork" he said. "We've got
> three hundred and sixty three elephants, fifty carts of forage, the
> monsoon's about to break and we're wearing ... we're wearing ... sort
> of things, like glass, only dark... dark glass things on our eyes..."
> - Terry Pratchett "Moving Pictures".
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