Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sat 13th May 2006 18:32 UTC, submitted by Valour
FreeBSD SoftwareInReview, well, reviews FreeBSD 6.1, and concludes: "Overall I found FreeBSD 6.1 to be another step in the right direction, and I think it's encouraging that there weren't any revolutionary base system changes in this release. Sometimes big changes are unavoidable, but historically the FreeBSD team has bungled such leaps as the switch to the ULE scheduler, the introduction of SMP, and the liberation of the base system from the big giant lock. Sometimes you have to stop and make sure that what you presently have is working properly, and it looks like now is that time for FreeBSD. I applaud their efforts with 6.1 and look forward to testing 6.2."
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RE: RE[2]: one nitpick
by dennis on Sun 14th May 2006 09:17 UTC
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I think you are missing the point of Debian Stable.
My opinion is hardly authoritative though, I don't run a server, and I have no experience with BSD (no free primary partition ;) ).

I think you miss the point of this thread. Go away with your Debian, it's annoying.

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