HI I am interested in getting a copy of Free BSD. I am also wondering if
Linux is comperable to this program.
In the sense that it's a free UNIX, yes. In the sense that it's the same
variant of UNIX (sysV) then no.
I believe FreeBSD is much more "organized" as compared to Linux, with
respect to support, and source code. Linux may be more popular though,
so this might attest to its satisfactory performance. In my case, I'd
choose FreeBSD anytime.
Which will serve me better if I set
up a server.
Let me note that you are asking in the FreeBSD SUPPORT forum..:)
I know of several FreeBSD Web servers (including mine) that are doing an
The usenix review also pointed out FreeBSD showed the best network
Is your program more easy to
set up than Linux?
About as easy. A group ant Stanford who published a paper for Usenix
thought that Linux was the easiest to install, then FreeBSD and Solaris x86.
I really feel FreeSD is easier... Don't know how that report came to
show that result.