Linked by Tony Arcieri on Thu 15th May 2003 00:46 UTC
Internet & Networking When you think of platforms upon which you would deploy a Java Application Server, FreeBSD probably isn't the first one that comes to mind. However, I hope to show in this tutorial how easy it is to deploy Apache Tomcat on a FreeBSD system, complete with a native build of the JDK.
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re: re: bsdrocks
by Bas on Thu 15th May 2003 10:17 UTC

>False, Nvidia driver runs faster on FreeBSD than on RedHat,
>which my machine is only 450Mhz and other machine is 1.4Mhz.
>I tested it on the glxgears. Even, the tuxracer runs a lot
>smoother on 450Mhz (FreeBSD) and not on 1.4Mhz (RedHat8).

I gues 1.4mhz would be 1.4ghz..

I do not shgare those figures...maybe your 3D card (nvidia) is note the same i the redhat pc or you missconfigured it..
Anyway Nvidia is not the only player in 3D land ever heard of 3Dlabs or Elsa? i am talking about 3D as in Maya and Softimage not games..

>So, you mean Linux is <u>still</u> catch<u>ing</u> up very
>quickly and FreeBSD is still ahead?

No i ment Linux is catching up with OpenBSD not FreeBSD and yes there are certain terrains where i would choose FreeBSD
over Linux and the other way around.

>Time? FreeBSD saves a lot of time, it's a lot easier to
>admin than Linux does.