Once again this BSD loser (Sergio) proves how stupid he is. Palwerson has already said that why TdR's a hippocrite.Originally Posted by Sergio
TdR accuses Linux distros of using binary blobs while he himself uses to proprietary friendly BSDL and also proprietary blobs in OpenBSD.
TdR is a Loser,
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Man, I like these threads, they are quite effective at improving my ignore list
- TdR is a hypocrite,
- bsd which is an academic style license doesn't fit into modern world, because it doesn't provide any protection against competition,
- OpenBSD is less secure than Linux and even FreeBSD.
- That should explain why YOU depend on BSD-licensed software to troll over here...
- It is fairly obvious by now, but I'll say it: you are LIGHT YEARS away from having the knowledge to at least give an opinion about this.
Here's something funny:
SDF actually runs NetBSD and not OpenBSD. But it's still pretty funny considering your suggestion that OpenBSD (or any BSD) be less secure than Linux. HAS SDF EVER BEEN COMPROMISED?
The first time was in 1991 when a person from France dialed in
to our machine (then running SystemVr3.2 1.0) and was able to get
root (administrative) access. He promptly notified us.
During our short lived stint of attempting to run SDF under 'linux' on
IBM compatibles the system was compromised a number of times, but the
individuals who did it were much more secretive and malicious. For
each case users were forced to change their passwords and patched
software was installed (though this of course introduced other bugs
that could be found later on)
After dumping linux and x86 in favour of return to real computers, we
have not had any major security issues. We are however, just as vigilant
to be sure that your account here on SDF is safe and that any security
issues are resolved quickly before public announcements (cert, et cetera)
Please NOTE, an administrator will NEVER ask you for your password.
Anyone impersonating an administrator is BREAKING THE LAW. You can
report them to your local authorities if you identify them.
That happened a decade ago. I don't really believe any of these systems are superior in security to any other by any large margin and I think it really depends mostly on the configuration and usage.