Written by David Kelly on 08/09/07 12:56>>
On Thu, Aug 09, 2007 at 12:33:20PM -0500, Reid Linnemann wrote:
Written by David Kelly on 08/09/07 12:30>>
On Thu, Aug 09, 2007 at 06:54:37PM +0200, Wojciech Puchar wrote:
For the best user experience, and Unix too: MacOS X.
a very little unix (few tools and kernel) + lots of bulky overhead ...
Try it, you will find otherwise. The user interface works without
hassle. MacOS X comes with more standard utilities than does FreeBSD,
for instance procmail, fetchmail, sqlite3, Apache, php 4.4.7, ...
Not that I'm against your argument that OS X is a good system, but since when are 3rd party services standard utilities?


What "standard utility" in FreeBSD didn't start somewhere outside of
BSD?


I'm not talking about origins, I'm talking about maintainers. The software you've listed are maintained by third parties not affiliated with either operating system, so I don't see how you can consider them "standard utilities".
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