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    I know, but I was talking about things FreeBSD...

    I know, but I was talking about things FreeBSD plans to do in upcoming years. Somebody said most of them are already done at apple. If that's true apple doesn't want to help FreeBSD by contributing...
  2. Different desktop environments, perhaps? ...

    Different desktop environments, perhaps?



    Maybe they should pay him? They don't give their trash for free. Furthermore, why would anyone sane support closed source system?
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    And none of them contributed back. They should...

    And none of them contributed back. They should get rid of those leeches.
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    Sounds good.

    Sounds good.
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    Facst, please. You're very mistaken, because...

    Facst, please. You're very mistaken, because Linux owns most of the markets, so it's not a jack of all trades, but a real master.
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    That's funny. I feel exactly opposite. Linux +...

    That's funny. I feel exactly opposite. Linux + KDE simply rocks. OS X is one of the shittiest operating systems I've ever used in my life.
  7. You're right, both inits are shit. I do care...

    You're right, both inits are shit. I do care about this, because there are sometimes big differences in OS loading speed. When comes to systemd it has nice advantages over rc init and sysvinit. It...
  8. In 2006 the gaming experience on Linux was really...

    In 2006 the gaming experience on Linux was really awful. The main problem was CPU scheduler, but thankfully it was replaced by Ingo in 2008. However, FreeBSD has the new scheduler as well, but if old...
  9. Talk for yourself. The OSS and rc init are pure...

    Talk for yourself. The OSS and rc init are pure shit to me. I didn't ever see anything worse than rc init. There's also Upstart if you're not aware. I prefer ALSA over PA, but PA become standard, so...
  10. I don't deny. I am aware Clang/LLVM has some...

    I don't deny. I am aware Clang/LLVM has some advantages over GCC.
  11. You should, because 5 FPS makes a huge...

    You should, because 5 FPS makes a huge improvement for some people. As a customer why should I care if you compiled your project in five or eight hours? It's a nonsense to use a slower compiler....
  12. That may be true, but only when comes to broad...

    That may be true, but only when comes to broad usage of Clang. When comes to its development I think it's exactly opposite. The BSD license is interesting when you don't plan to bring improvements...
  13. I agree, thanks.

    I agree, thanks.
  14. Yes, they're 'stealing' from BSD, but same time...

    Yes, they're 'stealing' from BSD, but same time they don't like when somebody 'steals' their code. That's why they usually don't release it and *BSD doesn't get patches in such case. GPL enforces...
  15. I hope you don't believe there's so many...

    I hope you don't believe there's so many masochists? Linux wiped out *BSD from the server market, so if Linux TCP sucks, BSD sucks more.



    I bet it makes it very scalable, am I correct? I'm...
  16. That's not true at all. Just take a look how many...

    That's not true at all. Just take a look how many companies support Linux in comparison to BSD. While BSD developers do like when some company 'steals' their code, companies do not. And this is not...
  17. Then explain why BSD is nearly dead? Servers?...

    Then explain why BSD is nearly dead? Servers? Nope. HPC? Not a chance. Mainframes? Wishful thinking. Linux offers superior networking performance, superior file systems and better security. Tell me,...
  18. Nice try, troll. It's so well designed that soft...

    Nice try, troll. It's so well designed that soft updates turned out to be dead end. Does FreeBSD supports kernel preemption or serializing tokens?



    And yet it didn't help *BSD to improve...
  19. Nobody wants this MS controlled shit here.

    Nobody wants this MS controlled shit here.
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    It seems you have no idea. FreeBSD isn't...

    It seems you have no idea. FreeBSD isn't UNIX-like anymore. It has abandoned the Unix way years ago. Soft updates, ZFS, DTrace and its networking stack are testament to this. Linux is much closer to...
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