Debian vs. FreeBSD as a Web Serving Platform, Part 1
Posted Mar 4, 2005 13:10 UTC (Fri) by l2fl2f
Parent article: Debian vs. FreeBSD as a Web Serving Platform, Part 1
Good job, The linux guys are not happy, read the post :)). I switched from Linux to FreeBSD few months ago and I am happy with what I get: 30 minutes to compile a new kernel, 45 minutes installation process, binary packages or ports compilation (www.freshports.org), a (real) unix kernel, good memory usage and a rock solid OS. Anyway, I use FreeBSD because I love it and it did and do the job for me (be honest and try FreeBSD).
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