I beg to differ.. FreeBSD comes with sendmail configured to run just fine
by default. Thats the main reason I and many others (probably) continue
using it, just because its there and it works. Yes, it would be nice if
it was easier to remove rather than simply disable (This is something that
needs work, removing unneeded parts of the base os)
On Fri, 19 Nov 1999, Hamish Moffatt wrote:
>On Wed, Oct 27, 1999 at 06:56:53PM +0200, Christian Kurz wrote:
>> On 99-10-26 Clint Adams wrote:
>> > > We are mostly trying to create a better package system for FreeBSD in
>> > > combination with the other good aspects of Debian. If I seem to recall
>> > > the discussion at the beginn correctly.
>> > What are "the other good aspects"?
>> Good preconfiguration.
>This is the thing I noticed most when I installed FreeBSD. Almost
>none of the software is configured for you during installation -- not
>even sendmail, which is dumped on you by default.
>I installed the exim port, but it didn't remove sendmail, so the install
>didn't work. Not very helpful. I don't think I've booted it up since.
>Too happy with debian gnu/linux.
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