On Mon, 15 Feb 2010 01:29:04 +0100 Ivan Voras <ivo...@freebsd.org> articulated:
> Samuel Martín Moro wrote: > > It's not officialy supported, but it still works. > > You have to link some libraries to give them their freebsd 6.2 > > names. > > > > I had to do it for the servers we sell at work. > > It works perfectly. > > I'm glad it works, and it is not surprising. It would be easier for a > company to support FreeBSD with its stable ABI across minor releases > (and a great deal of userland stability even across major ones) than > support the myriad of Linuxes out there. Hacking the system to make it work is potentially dangerous. While it may work for awhile, there is no guarantee that it will continue to do so. I believe that finding or developing an alternative solution would be a better course of action. As far as supporting FreeBSD as opposed to the myriad of Linuxes, I believe what Willie Sutton stated is apropos: "Go where the money is .. and go there often." After all, they are in business to make money, which allows them to pay their employees, which means they can support their families, which in turn means I do not have to pay taxes to support them. Personally, I find that acceptable. -- Jerry ges...@yahoo.com |::::======= |::::======= |=========== |=========== | While it may be true that a watched pot never boils, the one you don't keep an eye on can make an awful mess of your stove. Edward Stevenson _______________________________________________ email@example.com mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "freebsd-questions-unsubscr...@freebsd.org"