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  1. Btrfs is cool but it's still experimental not...

    Btrfs is cool but it's still experimental not production ready, better still stick with EXT4 or XFS .
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    Debian is one of the greatest Linux distros,...

    Debian is one of the greatest Linux distros, mature, stable, i hope they never change their philosophy and became a crappy unstable distro like fedora , ubuntu and etc
  3. Many of the benchmarks publicated here are...

    Many of the benchmarks publicated here are graphics benchmarks using 3D games, benchmarkers and some applications, would be nice to see more server benchmarks like databases, web servers and etc,...
  4. Both systems are great , Linux won't beat OS X in...

    Both systems are great , Linux won't beat OS X in every benchmark, both systems have particular applications which one performs better than the other….
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    OpenBSD developers probably have many ideas that...

    OpenBSD developers probably have many ideas that would conflict with ideas from the original project, but for the security point they can make much better implementation than openssl.
  6. OpenBSD and Linux are diferent projects with not...

    OpenBSD and Linux are diferent projects with not exactly the same focus, both are stable and secure, but OpenBSD developers are more strict with the code , so naturally new features will come later...
  7. PC-BSD is just a FreeBSD with a graphic installer...

    PC-BSD is just a FreeBSD with a graphic installer and some extra stuff like their PBI packagement, there is no modifications in kernel.
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    Too make a application lightest as possible C is...

    Too make a application lightest as possible C is still unbeatable today .
  9. Ubuntu LTS doesn't even use a long term kernel...

    Ubuntu LTS doesn't even use a long term kernel version, i think Debian 7 and the upcoming CentOS and Scientific Linux 7 are still far more apropriated for servers
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    Have you tried some distros with long term stable...

    Have you tried some distros with long term stable kernel versions like Debian or Slackware ?
  11. In few words , Fedora is trying to be buggy as...

    In few words , Fedora is trying to be buggy as possible
  12. PC-BSD is just FreeBSD with a customized ...

    PC-BSD is just FreeBSD with a customized installer, there is no changes on the system, pkg install binary packages older than the ports packages but they are tested by the FreeBSD team, ports...
  13. Linux is generally faster than FreeBSD , safer...

    Linux is generally faster than FreeBSD , safer no, just take at the number of linux CVE's , is much bigger than BSD cve's .
  14. have you ever tried Freebsd before ? You can also...

    have you ever tried Freebsd before ? You can also install binary packages if you want.using the Ports System or the pkg_add command .
    About GCC , it's only significative faster when you are...
  15. Java 6 is still more mature , recently java 1.7...

    Java 6 is still more mature , recently java 1.7 had a lot of security issues just take a look of Java 1.7 CVE's , maybe in environments when security is the most critical factor java 1.6 still fits...
  16. i don't like theses distros, suits well for ...

    i don't like theses distros, suits well for desktop but not for servers, they are not enough stable
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    Both Linux and BSD learn from each othet, Linux...

    Both Linux and BSD learn from each othet, Linux is ahead of BSD in n many things but not security, just look at OpenBSD, no other system can match him in terms of security, his packet filter...
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    Only Apple can make a BSD base system , what do...

    Only Apple can make a BSD base system , what do you mean ? Systems like OpenBSD , NetBSD and DragonflyBSD started as a FreeBSD fork.
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    Bsd loose in some things and beats Linux , for...

    Bsd loose in some things and beats Linux , for example firewall application BSD today is better , PF packet filter is much better and easier to maintain than iptables , but openbsd is not so good...
  20. I hope i'm wrong but i think Linux kernel...

    I hope i'm wrong but i think Linux kernel developers are forgetting to maintain the quality of code, adding features to the system is important but the quality should come on top of priority.
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