On Saturday 08 February 2003 17:43, Bill Moran wrote:
> dark dragonz wrote:
> > how many time it can take to master FreeBSD?
> Oh, 3 or 4.  Depends on how fast of a learner you are.

Like Bill says, depends on how fast a learner you are, but also, it's how 
much time you are willing to spend.

> > is it true that c/c++ isn't as stable as it is
> > supposed to be?
> I've never seen C/C++ be unstable at all.  So, no, it isn't true.

They are programming languages, he would be referring to the compilers being 
unstable, which gcc is not. The only complaint I could have with gcc is 
that g++ is slow, but that is true for all C++ compilers. Still, they are 
not unstable, it's usually just the code people write using them that might 

> > what is specialtylity of FreeBSD, OpenBSD and NetBSD.
> They're operating systems.  Read the information on the home
> page for each one to get a more detailed answer.

The sarcastic answer:
NetBSD:         Portability
OpenBSD:        Security
FreeBSD:                Actually working

The real answer:
What Bill said.

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