Linked by ZacharyM on Fri 19th Nov 2010 23:50 UTC
NetBSD Another version of the extremely portable unix-like operating system NetBSD was released today. This release fixes many security issues and bugs. It also includes a good amount of new features. Please read the announcement here.
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RE[2]: Unix-like??
by dylansmrjones on Sat 20th Nov 2010 22:55 UTC in reply to "RE: Unix-like??"
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By your logic, Tru64 isn't Unix then.

Huh? I didn't state that certified Unix wasn't Unix. The only thing you can say by my logic is that any descendant of Unix is Unix. Tru64 is obviously Unix. Genetically as well as certified. That said I don't consider all certified Unicen for Unix. OS X is not Unix in my mind, even though it is certified Unix. Compatibility layers are not enough for me ;)

Why worry? Ubuntu is much better then Gentoo - by normal standards of course.

Define normal. Ubuntu is good for beginners coming from Windows, but the build system is horribly broken (evolution-sharp does not compile at all in newer Ubuntu's - unlike the situation in other distributions). Below the surface Ubuntu is an ugly mess.

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