Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 14th Mar 2008 20:48 UTC, submitted by Valour
FreeBSD "Here we are at the moment of truth for the FreeBSD operating system - the 7.0 release. This is what FreeBSD users and developers have been waiting for ever since the dark days of the 5.X series when the promises of superior performance, threading, and stability fell flat. Though each release in the FreeBSD 6.X series improved markedly in quality and performance, 7.0 has been widely anticipated as the release that FreeBSD fans can have confidence in. I wish I could say that FreeBSD 7.0 lived up to the hype."
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complete FUD by a complete idiot...
by celt on Sat 15th Mar 2008 11:37 UTC
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"Though FreeBSD's internals have changed for better, it still needs a lot of work before I'd recommend it as a production-ready as a server or desktop operating system."

This guy get out much?

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