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I love freebsd

Postby darkshadow » 17 Nov 2008, 07:46

it have been 7 month when I first install freebsd , it is lovely and realy suite your need ,,,,I love it ;), thank you for opening this forum now we can share our Idean I have some experince in setup freebsd for desktop ( wirless ,auth ,xserver ) and I can help in adminstration section subversion apache and other issue ,, love you freebsd viva for freebsd
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Postby arust » 17 Nov 2008, 08:30

me too
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Postby abarmot » 17 Nov 2008, 08:41

i think each one present here loves FreeBSD :)
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Postby Daemony » 17 Nov 2008, 08:48

[SIZE="4"][font="Comic Sans MS"]Well, finally it happened![/font][/SIZE] :beergrin


A lot of forums on the Internet that discuss FreeBSD, but [font="Tahoma"]OFFICIAL[/font] Forum of FreeBSD Project - that's realy cool!

My personal congratulations to all fans and developers of FreeBSD system with the event!
$ uname -a
FreeBSD lonestar 7.0-RELEASE FreeBSD 7.0-RELEASE #0: Sat Apr 19 07:51:21 EET 2008
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Congrats!

Postby yks » 17 Nov 2008, 09:39

With FreeBSD for 6 years already. It was sometimes a real hard way to go searching the world for a solution to a problem, and for many it was the threshold that prevented using FreeBSD as main system. Now hopefully the number of grateful and devoted users will grow, because finally the great OS FreeBSD has got its own single place to share problems and get answers. We thank the developers for their grand job every day by using it :) and now we've got the possibility to thank them here.
Hold on guys!
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Postby Qaz » 17 Nov 2008, 09:55

me too :)
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Postby smooth » 17 Nov 2008, 21:39

FreeBSD all the way ;)
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Postby SirDice » 17 Nov 2008, 21:57

Ever since 3.1 or 2, can't remember exactly anymore :D

And looking at the amount of postings in a short period a forum like this was much needed :)
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Postby ninjaslim » 17 Nov 2008, 22:19

FreeBSD all the way!
[color="Blue"]"UNIX is basically a simple operating system, but you have to be a genius to understand the simplicity."[/color]
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Postby kevinbin » 18 Nov 2008, 03:26

very very very .......love
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Postby Johnny » 18 Nov 2008, 04:19

hoho~~!! up up!!
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Postby marcrosoft » 18 Nov 2008, 18:18

Roll call, checking in!
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Postby robertclemens » 19 Nov 2008, 20:43

<3.
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Postby bluesoftail » 20 Nov 2008, 04:33

Several years ago I read about all the available flavors of linux then discovered freebsd, built my first server with it and now its on my desktops. FreeBSD is awesome!
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Postby cmc4bsd » 20 Nov 2008, 04:37

I always come back to FreeBSD since 2.4, and it
always works, running 7.0 on a Dell PIII 500 mhz
now and I never even think of it as an old machine.

My workstation :-).
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Postby bestwc » 20 Nov 2008, 18:35

yeah, every body loves freebsd
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Postby rliegh » 22 Nov 2008, 12:25

With the possible exceptions of Linus, Theo and Matt. ;)
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Postby developer » 22 Nov 2008, 18:34

love too~~

But install the ZendStudio hava a little error...:(
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Postby ninjaslim » 23 Nov 2008, 06:59

I doubt even Theo or Matt would put their dislike at that of the level of dislike for Linux. Linus hates all of Unix, particularly BSD of the specificity of the different BSD operating systems. He likes an all-inclusive system, but that doesn't seem to be working well.
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Postby tecer » 23 Nov 2008, 09:54

ninjaslim wrote:I doubt even Theo or Matt would put their dislike at that of the level of dislike for Linux. Linus hates all of Unix, particularly BSD of the specificity of the different BSD operating systems. He likes an all-inclusive system, but that doesn't seem to be working well.


let linus go on hating his BSD,BSD isn't dying for his hate
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Postby sT4k3 » 24 Nov 2008, 12:13

FreeBSD - forever! ))
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Hey, FreeBSD !

Postby corebug » 12 Jun 2010, 10:39

I LOVE FREEBSD ! ! !
I've never seen such a stable, reliable OS with such a flexible and configurable environment to meet all our servers needs: routing, NATing, firewalling, web/file/database/authorization servers etc...
VIVA FreeBSD !
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Postby corebug » 12 Jun 2010, 10:40

tecer wrote:let linus go on hating his BSD,BSD isn't dying for his hate


Why compare two OS's ? Is this a just another holywar topic LinuPS vs. FreeBSD ? I suppose, no :)
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Postby sw2wolf » 13 Jun 2010, 01:25

Now, freebsd is my favorite desktop where i install openbox, virtualbox-ose+xp, roxterm, firefox, thunderbird.

Code: Select all
>uname -a
FreeBSD mybsd.zsoft.com 8.0-RELEASE-p2 FreeBSD 8.0-RELEASE-p2 #9: Sat Mar 27 15:06:39 CST 2010     
[email]root@mybsd.zsoft.com[/email]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/MYKERNEL  i386
e^(Ï€.i) + 1 = 0
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Postby mgp » 13 Jun 2010, 10:45

God uses FreeBSD! :)
"Free software" is a matter of liberty, not price.
Free software is a matter of the users' freedom to run, copy, distribute, study, change and improve the software.
The word "open" never refers to freedom.

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