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Category Archives: BSD Stats
BSDCan 2010 is over. Time to glean pictures, videos and presentations: FreeBSD Dev Summit FreeBSD Dev Summit – day 1 (db.net) FreeBSD Dev Summit – day 2 (tricolour) FreeBSD Dev Summit – day 2 (db.net) 11 May (tricolour) 11 May … Continue reading
These are the final BSD usage numbers for June 2009 from BSDstats.org showing the use of *BSD operating systems: PC-BSD 17,156 (71.39%) FreeBSD 5,483 (22.82%) DesktopBSD 1206 (5.02%) NetBSD 70 (0.29%) OpenBSD 55 (0.23%) DragonFlyBSD 12 (0.12%) MidnightBSD 14 (0.06%) MirBSD 11 … Continue reading
I’ve noticed today that BSDstats.org is showing only 1,145 users for FreeBSD and 1,393 for PC-BSD so far this month. Usually the number for FreeBSD is around 4,000 servers/PCs at the beginning of each month, which then climbs up to … Continue reading
These are the final BSD usage numbers for December 2007 from BSDstats.org showing the use of *BSD operating systems: FreeBSD 5,780 (47.2%) PC-BSD 5,506 (44.9%) DesktopBSD 745 (6.1%) NetBSD 116 (0.9%) OpenBSD 61 (0.5%) DragonFlyBSD 25 (0.2%) MidnightBSD 12 (0.1%) … Continue reading
These are the final figures from BSDstats.org for October 2007 showing the use of *BSD operating systems: PC-BSD 7554 (54.2%) FreeBSD 5614 (40.3%) DesktopBSD 554 (4.0%) NetBSD 111 (0.8%) OpenBSD 71 (0.5%) DragonFlyBSD 21 (0.2%) MirBSD 7 (0.1%) MidnightBSD 6 … Continue reading
BSDStats.org is a website that records the numbers of PCs/servers running a particular BSD system. This is broken down per country, releases, drivers/HW stats, CPU stats, and port stats. Though these figures are interesting enough, they cannot be used for … Continue reading