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    That's a problem FreeBSD itself should fix....

    That's a problem FreeBSD itself should fix. Stables means stable but BSD devs decide to make things confusing and name their development branch stable and their stable branch release. I don't why...
  2. You've just shown how mindless typical BSD...

    You've just shown how mindless typical BSD zealots like as you are for this post that you have written through your pathetic MacBook Pro. You've ignore the fact that Linux has got far more drivers...
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    You mean:

    You mean:
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    Nothing to be proud of

    21 years of mediocre crap
    21 years of crappy usability
    21 years of appalling design
    21 years of record beating failed project management
    21 years of fueling proprietary software
    21 years of...
  5. I regularly check the mailing list and src repo...

    I regularly check the mailing list and src repo of a variety of FLOSS projects, Linux, GNU, BSD etc. and so I have learned what is good and what is bad.
  6. Thanks for the notification, I've looked at some...

    Thanks for the notification, I've looked at some of it and frankly, all I just see is insults, changes will are either mediocre or made by one who could only be insane.



    An example of childish...
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    Look at this:...

    Look at this: https://wiki.freebsd.org/FreeBSD-ng. There is now talking to abandon the base system and incorporate it into packages like Linux. Looks like the Linux way has won (as always). It just...
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    Example horrible BSD usability

    I've just found a very good example of how horrible usability is in FreeBSD and BSD in general. It's interesting.,

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Oh2b2GxU4Hg

    Apparently, they haven't got...
  9. BSD outcast tries/fails to Port Hammerfs to OpenBSD

    Sign! Sad world indeed.

    Over here is an example of some BSD zealot wasting his time on something that no one will use.

    This person's name is Brad Arrington, a former member of the OpenBSD...
  10. You know one where they really discriminate...

    You know one where they really discriminate against woman and portray them as a sex objects is the BSD projects. This been happening for very long and it's getting worse. Their promotional pictures...
  11. I think helping and thus encouraging installation...

    I think helping and thus encouraging installation of proprietary blobs should be prohibited. Therefore, I disagree with any article providing step by step instructions on how to install any NVidia or...
  12. OpenBSD removes loadable kernel module feature

    OpenBSD has just removed it's implementation of loadable kernel modules forcing users to recompile their kernel if new drivers are needed.

    http://www.openbsd.org/faq/current.html#20141013 (see:...
  13. 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,...
  14. 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...
  15. 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,...
  16. 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...
  17. The most important and inevitable thing is BTRFS...

    The most important and inevitable thing is BTRFS will eventually replace EXT4FS in all distros.
  18. 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.
  19. 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...
  20. 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...
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