Re: Debian FreeBSD
On Thu, Apr 22, 1999 at 10:56:47AM -0600, email@example.com wrote:
> I don't mean to resurrect an old argument.. but I was just
> wondering.. A few months back I remember you guys talking about making a
> version of Debian with teh FreeBSD kernel (or OpenBSD) kinda like what you
> did with HURD. Well, I was wondering why this idea was turned down?
I followed that thread with interest before it turned itself into a
flamefest... I was left wondering... why FreeBSD? I've installed FreeBSD
and I must say I kinda like it, but I've got an old Digital 3000 box here
where I intend to install NetBSD (Alpha + TurboChannel != linux friendly).
What's the advantage of using FreeBSD instead of NetBSD or OpenBSD?
totally atonished after seeing the advertising clause in action