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  1. It would be nice if you mentioned this was in...

    It would be nice if you mentioned this was in 11-CURRENT, aka: development branch, and not in the -STABLE / -RELEASE branch. As it is, it's just link / flame bait. 4 months is a bit long, in my...
  2. Ugh, no it doesn't. It pulled in all the lib32...

    Ugh, no it doesn't. It pulled in all the lib32 libraries if you had a base freebsd-update.conf, but that was easily avoided by editing your freebsd-update.conf line from:
    Components src world kernel...
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    Use XenServer and the Citrix management tools?...

    Use XenServer and the Citrix management tools? XenServer is the commercial support version of Xen.
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    No, Canonical is perfectly fine in locking their...

    No, Canonical is perfectly fine in locking their compiled files behind a pay wall or legal wall. The only thing the GPL forces them to do is to provide the source openly. They don't have to provide...
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    You are not allowed to re-license BSD code. The...

    You are not allowed to re-license BSD code. The BSD code headers / comments have to stay in your code. However, you're allowed to make changes, compile it and not disclose those changes and/or just...
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    If you're rebooting your server or desktop that...

    If you're rebooting your server or desktop that often that the extra 10 seconds really matter then you're doing it wrong. The current FreeBSD init system isn't fast, but it works just fine....
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    The best for data transfer between FreeBSD and...

    The best for data transfer between FreeBSD and Linux is ext2.
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    awesome!

    That would be great :) I'm currently limping along on an older laptop because none of the newer intel i3 / i5 IGP's have support under FreeBSD due to this or at least such was my understanding. ATI...
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    Any links to these "security holes" that don't...

    Any links to these "security holes" that don't get fixed and that are part of the core OS? I'm not talking 3rd party vendors (apache, php, mysql, etc...). I've found the FreeBSD team to be very...
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    Well, unlike Linux which likes to make sweeping...

    Well, unlike Linux which likes to make sweeping core API / ABI changes between minor releases FreeBSD tries to err on the side of stability and although 8.0 -> 8.1 will see some software version...
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    God, I hope they don't kill or close source it....

    God, I hope they don't kill or close source it. It's the only VM that works well on FreeBSD and I use it daily to run 2008 server VMs, Win 7 desktops and one-off development environments. I even have...
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    Yeah, I agree. What's the partition layout that...

    Yeah, I agree. What's the partition layout that Phoronix uses? If you do just a single slice of / then by default softupdates are disabled.
  13. Another item is that if they do default installs...

    Another item is that if they do default installs on single partitions on BSD then UFS normally doesn't install with softupdates enabled. Any "sane" admin would install a *nix box with multiple...
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