Am 24.02.2014 15:56, schrieb Daniel Kalchev:

On 24.02.14 13:47, Thomas Mueller wrote:
I don't believe BSD users use base system of itself to send and receive
email.  They use ports (FreeBSD) or equivalent in other BSDs.

One of the beauties of the BSD 'base system' is that upon installation you
have an usable workstation/server environment that can be immediately used
for most Internet-related tasks -- and this most certainly includes SMTP. Or
NTP. Or... used to include DNS.
We can strip pieces of FreeBSD off and end up with an kernel. Or we could
keep the system very much usable out of the box.


and I want nsupdate back in base.


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