Johan Claesson wrote:
Hi, I'm quite new to the world of linux, and I are going to set up a linux server, and I'm looking aroud for a good linux system, and I find FreeBSD quite interesting. Does FreeBSD have a X-mode and is it easy to handle? Whats the difference between FreeBSD, Slackware and Redhat?
Thanks for your time.
Best regards, Johan
As said before FreeBSD is not a linux distribution, FreeBSD is a more direct descendant of Unix.
Red Hat is the most user friendly of the ones you name, but in my opinion it's not very good
Slackware is the most 'clean' linux distribution around, It has good performance and is very customisable and very very stable. I'd say it's one of the most unix like linux in structure.
FreeBSD is not a linux, But the best on your list in my opinion. It's extremely stable, very easy to maintain, update and fix.
Performance, especially with multiple things going on, is much better then on linux in my expereince.
All 3 come with the X window system and a few GUIs like KDE and Gnome etc...
Slackware and FreeBSD dont have them set up and configured by default, you have to do that yourself. (it's not scary)
If you understand the basics of a Unix OS, FreeBSD is very clear and easy to handle.
If you are comletely new I do recommend reading up on some Unix basics, and/or the chapters in the FreeBSD handbook on this.
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