John Smith wrote:
I'd expected a more level headed reply from this FreeBSD list. How is
a newbie supposed to know the differenced and how can I test this if I
don't have a spare machine?
My question was more out of interest. This mailing list is called
FreeBSD-Questions, so why can't I asked a reasonable question and
expect a reasonable reply...?
On Nov 10, 2007 9:40 AM, Giorgos Keramidas <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
On 2007-11-09 17:01, John Smith <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
Can anybody please explain to my what the differences are between
nanobsd, picobsd and tinybsd.
They all seem to be doing the same (creating a minimal FreeBSD image
that can be used in embedded systems), or is this not right?
What don't you experiment with them, and see? :)
Please read the explanations on each page. You'll find that they differ
http://www.tinybsd.org/tinybsd -- TinyBSD (I emphasize the words
"tools", "scripts", "development", and "dynamically linked").
-- nanobsd (sounds like a complete, read-only system).
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PicoBSD -- picobsd (obsolete; replaced by
nanobsd according to the Wiki page).
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