Hi

I'm not really pro-linux and I really like freebsd but if have to use linux (because I need things not available on bsd). I always use fedora, it's fast to install lot's of info on the net and it is not time consuming (1 hour to install).





Danny Pansters schreef:
If you have a (Free)BSD mindset and like your rc.conf but don't mind typing "pacman" instead of pkg_* or portupgrade -P * and you don't mind using something called ABS for src packages, which is like ports, only with a stage install before live-system install, then you may just like ArchLinux.

I tried many but besides Debian, Arch is the only one I really enjoyed toying with. Haven't used Arch on serious production system, but it appears that other people do. Gentoo is nice (and keeps you busy/entertained) until it blows up on you.

Just my 0.02 as a long time FreeBSD user. The linux I used most was Debian but that was long ago before I landed at BSD.

Dan
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