Posted Mar 8, 2005 14:04 UTC (Tue) by eru
In reply to: Debian vs. FreeBSD as a Web Serving Platform, Part 2
Parent article: Debian vs. FreeBSD as a Web Serving Platform, Part 2
GNU project has developed their own shell utilities with arguments and switches that often differ from the traditional Unix ones used by BSD.
These days the BSD distributions are also gradually adopting rewritten BSD
-licensed versions of what used to be GNU project utilities in earlier versions. For an example, see NetBSD 2.0
release note at
and what it says about gzip and awk.
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