On Mon, 18 Sep 2006, Gerard Seibert wrote:

David Robillard wrote:


What I suggest you do is have one of the sales rep set you up with a
test machine. The easiest way to do so is to go at their offices with
a FreeBSD install disk and try to boot/install it on the hardware
you're interested in. That's what I do with HP, Sun and IBM (IMHO, try
to avoid Dell).


Dell is, or at least they were, supplying PCs with FBSD installed.
Personally, I have had FBSD installed on Dell, IBM and HP, with HP
causing the most problems. IBM and Dell have worked for the most part
quite nicely.

I'm up to 3 HP servers right now, and nary a problem with any of them ... probably the best servers I've picked up yet ... everything 'just worked' ...

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