Also Slackware has a rather Unix-like concept. The versions until 11 (if
I remember right) still run on the 2.4 kernel and have an option to
install without X11 and KDE and such. I still use it on a slow server,
it is easy to understand when you come from BSD-land.

Cheers
herbs


On Wed, Jun 11, 2008 at 12:54:07PM +0300, Heikki Suonsivu wrote:
> I need to get something to run on x86 computers which do not contain 
> math in hardware, and FreeBSD dropped non-math cpus long time ago. 
> NetBSD did the same, so Linux seems to be the only possibility.
> 
> So, the question:
> 
> What is the linux distro which is closest to FreeBSD in terms of 
> installation and use.  A linux with basic userland and ports(-like) 
> system, and quick and easy install like FreeBSD ?
> 
> Heikki Suonsivu

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