[semi-off-topic:-] Reasons for Debian/Linux over FreeBSD
I was wondering what sort of arguments folks would give for selecting
Linux over FreeBSD. This is for a production server in an educational
environment. The arguments used against Linux were that it was buggy
and goes through too many changes. I, of course, countered those to a
degree and my main point of advocacy was that Linux works on a wider
variety of hardware. However, I felt I did an inadequate job; any other
arguments that folks would've used in such a situation? Please feel
free to reply via e-mail; thanks in advance.
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