Complime to the folks at FreeBSD I write to extend my thanks and appreciation for your replies to my e-mail. Your responses were clear, easy and straight to the point. Keep up the good work!
Thank you so much for helping people like me to learn about FreeBSD. You deserve the Nobel Prize in software category. Regards Sammy Sumer On 7/23/06, David Stanford <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
On 7/22/06, sammy sumer <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: > To Whom It May Concern: Greeting from Australia I commend your efforts and your success. Following are some gripes with FreeBSD and ideas to fix them. I have been using FreeBSD for a few years. I have also played with lots of Linux distributions but still FreeBSD is my first choice as a computer system admin and backend web developer. But you know what pisses me off about FreeBSD? It is the little things. Every Linux Distributor in the world is hard at work reinventing the interface and making the Linux as user friendly as possible but we're still dogged by turn of the century hassle with our FreeBSD. Here is what I would fix: 1. Reinvent the installer and interface. Fundamental thing like system installer is still phenomenally arcane. There is no excuse for FreeBSD developers not to upgrade the system installer and why not using disk imaging technology like Norton ghost or Acronis TrueImageinstead of the traditional installation. http://wikitest.freebsd.org/BSDInstaller -David -- [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]# fortune Happiness is just an illusion, filled with sadness and confusion.
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