Article: BSD: The Other Free UNIX Family
for those that think Linux is the only competition to
Windows out there. Nothing new, but I like the conclusion
of the author, that answers the eternal question of
which BSD is the best that
``[...] which to use is a matter of personal taste. On a low-volume server, the security and ease of use of OpenBSD can be attractive. On a laptop, the hardware support of FreeBSD can be more attractive. On anything else, NetBSD may be the only choice, and on other hardware, the ease of package management and the lightweight design might make it a better choice.''
(I think emphasis should be on the first part here :-)
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