On Wed, 25 Feb 2004, Remko Lodder wrote: > Hi > > Within my personal experience *BSD (thus FreeBSD) can do everything your > linux box can, and more, This is absolutely true, but depending on the number of users you should be careful about just tearing a working system down. Things that work out of the box with let's say 30 users might need some more subtle handling with 800 (this is my own experience). If - for example - one of your services on your old machine lacks performance, it might be a good idea to just transfer this service to your new FreeBSD server. So you can collect experience with FreeBSD and improve your network.
> Last year I started off with RH 8. I got a new server for the student campus > and would like to install something ells than RH8 due that they have > privatised. But I do have my concerns. How would FreeBSD integrate into a > windows environment? If you are thinking of samba and gatewaying/proxying: very well. Windows users won't see a difference. > databasing with > MySQL, Front-ends like mysqlcc and phpmyadmin are available via ports. Regards, Uli. +---------------------------+ | Peter Ulrich Kruppa | | Wuppertal | | Germany | +---------------------------+ _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"