Here I Am

From: Eric Dittman <>
Date: Wed Jan 23 00:14:41 2002

> > > b) When I got back I discovered some little punk assed bitch had hacked
> > > into my server and it had to be taken off the local network where it sits
> > > for security reasons.
> >
> > This sucks!!! Something you might want to consider is using OpenBSD for
> > your server. I've been using Linux for over 10 years now, and while I think
> > it's a pretty good desktop OS, and OK as a server, if I want a stable secure
> > server I'll use OpenBSD! Of course OpenBSD sucks in that it doesn't support
> > multiprocessor systems!
> That's why you go with NetBSD.

I seem to remember the difference between NetBSD and FreeBSD
was NetBSD's goal was to run on anything, while FreeBSD's goal
was to run on x86 systems. Has that changed?
Eric Dittman
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Received on Wed Jan 23 2002 - 00:14:41 GMT

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