Linked by the_randymon on Fri 25th Jan 2013 09:21 UTC
Linux After about a year of work, the ArchLinux distribution now offers a variant running on the FreeBSD kernel. Says the developer, "Why would I do this? If like me, you enjoy FreeBSD and love it, but also like the philosophy behind Arch Linux, which is a fast, lightweight, optimized distro, I figured why not combine the both. Even though you could just do it on FreeBSD using the ports, not everyone wants to compile." This now puts Arch in the same category as Debian with Debian GNU/KFreeBSD, which offers a Debian userland on top of a FreeBSD kernel.
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RE[10]: Arch BSD, right?
by Soulbender on Sun 27th Jan 2013 08:15 UTC in reply to "RE[9]: Arch BSD, right?"
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The mobile operator that blocked the device is the only one allowed by law to unblock it, an operation to be done up to five days limit after being requested by the customer.

Does blocking equal locking in this case?

The Wikipedia link above gives similar scenarios for some European countries.

And NONE of them states that it is illegal to unlock your phone yourself or have someone do it for you, at least not for any of the European countries on the list.

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