On Sat, Nov 15, 2008 at 01:18:07AM +0100, Wojciech Puchar wrote:
> >FreeBSD is a very powerful and stable system, but that said it is also
> >very hands on - the opposite extreme of vista which is all hands off.
> >This means that you will have a very steep learning curve.
> simply reading FreeBSD handbook will be the best move for the beginning.
> But it is NOT windoze replacement.
It is if you put it on the system instead of MS-Win stuff.
It will totally replace it if you use fdisk to create a FreeBSD slice
and then partition that slice and install FreeBSD. Win will be totally
gone and the user will be merrily using something better.
Of course, if the user had said he wanted something like Vista to
run on his machine, then it wouldn't fit that category. But that is
not what he said.
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