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Discussion in 'Linux / BSD / Mac OS X' started by Drone, Oct 22, 2012.

  1. Drone

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    They've just released the newest versions.

    NetBSD 6 Final

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    FreeBSD 9.1 RC2 iso x86

    FreeBSD 9.1 RC2 iso x64

    No comments required, it's FreeBSD :p

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    PCBSD 9.1 RC2 x86 and x64 ISO

     
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    i havn't used freebsd in ages. i do remember really liking it but hating that it never seemed to support my hardware out of the box. that was and still is my main reason for using centos.
     
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    centos is practically redhat without the redhat name right?
     
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    yup!
     
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    Pretty damned close to fedora also. We use CentOS for our servers here at work for obvious reasons.
     
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    Just wanted to chime in and say that CentOS is for that purpose (stability stabilty stability) while Fedora is on the edge of technology, modern but untested. The people reading this thread knows this but still.

    I've been thinking about trying FreeBSD but haven't been arsed. But now I have the netbook in sig to play around with! Hmm, might have to do that actually.. Would be interesting.
     
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