^ made my day.
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^ made my day.
A lot of people came from Linux to BSD as they noticed its flaws.
I gladly doubt that's relevant in the BSD world.
Also, "migrating" from default Apache to default nginx is not much of an effort, right?
See, that's why no one can take Linsux users serious.
I, for one, would have preferred lighttpd; but I guess the OpenBSD devs had good reasons for their choice.
... which is wrong.
Nice, Lennart breaks another Linux distribution now. I, as a BSD user, appreciate this.
However I find those discussions "ZOMG DAT MARKET SHARE!" disturbing. Linux's market share is a joke...
Gnome is dead. Face it.
BLAME THEM! THEY USE A WORKING INFRASTRUCTURE INSTEAD OF THE NEWEST AND LATEST HYPE TOY! ;)
I think you get it.
Or no, wait. You don't.
Probably it would be easier to just commit to NetBSD itself.
That's not what licenses are for.
Prove it or you're wrong.
They just don't care, I presume. :cool:
Ironically you fail to read quotation marks.
That's the spirit!
Anti-BSD trolls are common here, so there's not much to invent. I just wanted to deny them before they appear.
"More secure than even Linux" is a 90s term you should not use anymore.
A different packaging/ports system and a different core system with a focus on security, mainly.
Sure, Canonical could easily fund OpenBSD for some exclusive access to OpenSSH (and similar tools). I wonder why they haven't done so yet. Maybe because they prefer their stuff for free.
In opposite to FreeBSD, OpenBSD doesn't have a wide coverage in embedded devices or similar; it's mainly used for being cannibalized by Linux distributors.