Linked by Corey Holcomb-Hockin on Wed 5th Nov 2003 19:48 UTC
FreeBSD I've been using computers since I was quite young and have been using Unixlike OSes for about two years. Most of my life I've used Macs and only started using Windows and Unixlike OSes recently for programming. I'm good at learning OSes as long as they are documented. I've been using FreeBSD for about a year and a half.
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"FreeBSd will probably pickup a lot more users if the adopted Debian's apt-get system (like fink in OSX).

Try Gentoo, it is more then Ports and apt-get, and it realy works."

Yuck!

I seems a matter of opinion more than anything but man, I don't want atp-get or portage, and neither do any of the BSD users that I know personally, or have talked to online. Yes, the ports and packages system could be improved, and likely will be, but importing whole new (and much less robust IMO) packaging systems is an insane idea.

Yuck!