Linked by Thom Holwerda on Sun 30th Oct 2005 15:30 UTC, submitted by vinref
Privacy, Security, Encryption "When choosing an operating system for use in your enterprise, you need to look beyond the security capabilities 'on the box' and think about how the OS really affects you over the long haul. You need to be prepared for the patching, upgrading, and maintenance issues each OS has and understand how these activities affect your security and availability."
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RE[3]: why linux is more secure
by Beresford on Sun 30th Oct 2005 20:52 UTC in reply to "RE: why linux is more secure"
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Is there an easier way?
With arch-linux, all you have to do is:
#pacman -Syu
and your entire system is up to date.
Although, I think your method updates using source, and arch-linux method uses binary so not really comparible.

I was thinking of trying FreeBSD6 on my laptop when it comes out, but it seems a bit too different than what I'm used to :-(

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