Hello, I remember reading in The Complete FreeBSD, by Greg Lehey, that you'll be better off with an ISP that runs FreeBSD or BSD/OS. Can anyone provide a scenario(s) where this would be most apparent?
I don't know what OS my ISP uses but I do know that they only support Windows and Mac platforms. I've run OS/2 and FreeBSD using their email services and never really needed technical support.
Now, I'm considering a new ISP primarily due to cost. Also, considering obtaining my own domain name and exploring web hosting.
I assume that recommending an ISP is inappropriate but if you know of any forums that have discussed ISPs for FreeBSD, feel free to recommend them.
-- I've learned that whatever hits the fan will not be evenly distributed.
FreeBSD 4.9-RELEASE-p2 #0
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