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  1. Yet another example of OpenBSD developers...

    Yet another example of OpenBSD developers downplaying the threat of a security bug.



    The bug was announced on October 6 and thus it took them so long to final realise that patch it,...
  2. Redhat contributes to the Linux kernel....

    Redhat contributes to the Linux kernel. Governance and what things are included in the next release of Linux is governed by community headed by Linux Torvalds and Greg Kroah Hartman. RedHat only has...
  3. Seriously, is this how blatantly you lie? ...

    Seriously, is this how blatantly you lie?



    The thing is not all open source project have mainly eyes looking for exploits. Some like the BSDs have very few eyes looking at the code and worse,...
  4. Hatred? No not hatred. Love and care, that's...

    Hatred? No not hatred.

    Love and care, that's what it is. I love our future generations and care for their freedom. I don't what to see them live in a world where they are held bondaged to...
  5. The most important and inevitable thing is BTRFS...

    The most important and inevitable thing is BTRFS will eventually replace EXT4FS in all distros.
  6. Read carefully, this bug, OpenDoS, allows hacker...

    Read carefully, this bug, OpenDoS, allows hacker to use OpenBSD to DoS other systems. OpenBSD is thus a liability and best not to have it anywhere on your networks.
  7. Yeah I know, OpenBSD farts always did that...

    Yeah I know, OpenBSD farts always did that (OpenSSH, OpenNTPD, OpenSMTPD and LibreSSL). Now is thier entire OS that has the bug and some one will fork it and clean the code and make it GPL Oh...
  8. More proof that OpenBSD IS INSECURE

    The cat's out of the bag once again and as happened over and over again, OpenBSD is NOT SECURE. Theo (the Rat) and his cronies do not live in reality. Yes their security implementations may have been...
  9. Yes, that is will be a good decision for Debian....

    Yes, that is will be a good decision for Debian. not only is having a spin of a distro based on a an old and slow kernel which lacks the adequate features. But it also drains manpower and causes...
  10. http://w3techs.com/diagram/history_technology/os-b...

    http://w3techs.com/diagram/history_technology/os-bsd
  11. No they will not. If fact they are on the decline...

    No they will not. If fact they are on the decline (link) with BSD market share crashing down below 1% of the server usage share in nearly 20 years. This trend has been going on for a long time with...
  12. An utter waste of programmer time aim to fragment FLOSS

    One thing this project will achieve is an obsolete compatibility layer that matches systemd versions from 10 years ago (Just like the Linux compatibility layer of BSD) but even then that's just be...
  13. I meant "OpenBSD and DragonflyBSD ASLR is a joke,...

    I meant "OpenBSD and DragonflyBSD ASLR is a joke, predictable and the variation is very small unlike Linux". Run this code on both OpenSBD and DragonflyBSD and compare it to Linux and you will see...
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    This project will never succeed because BSD...

    This project will never succeed because BSD doesn't have the required kernel feature which Linux has. Also, nearly all BSD fanboys including the devs run BSD in VMWare on their MacBook Pros,...
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    Everyone who switches to PC-BSD always say that...

    Everyone who switches to PC-BSD always say that but they sooner or later get driven back to good reliable Linux.:)
  16. No, AnonymousCoward is right, one can only choose...

    No, AnonymousCoward is right, one can only choose BSD or Security. Just look at FreeBSD. No ASLR, no PIE and no stack-protection for 3rd party packages, the very basic features that all other...
  17. Lennart Poettering is a smart and great person

    Please watch the following before mindlessly bad mouthing systemd.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-97qqUHwzGM
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    A video to help people accept systemd

    As you know, many people are still having difficulty accepting systemd and still trying to ignore reality. Such attitudes are counterproductive for society as a whole. Therefore, I would like to...
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    Says the guy who is a mindless fanatic fanboy of...

    Says the guy who is a mindless fanatic fanboy of BSD. An OS heavily infested with blobs and binary firmware like a dead cow full of maggots.
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    While we are at it, here is a typical NetBSD...

    While we are at it, here is a typical NetBSD "user" (just replace the thinkpad with a mac bookpro and you're spot on):

    http://springfieldpc.dyndns.org/shimmie/post/view/4136
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