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FreeBSD vs. Linux

FreeBSD vs. Linux




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FreeBSD is strong in stability and security, at the expense of having not so many devices supported out of the box: Most of the latest hardware is unusable under FreeBSD, and moderately usable under Linux. However the claim that it runs on nearly every piece of hardware that Linux runs under ...

This article was originally published on Dec 17, 2005
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