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Phoronix has done another benchmark test of FreeBSD against other *nix systems: Fedora and OpenSolaris. “With the stable release of FreeBSD 8.0 arriving last week we finally were able to put it up on the test bench and give it … Continue reading
Dru Lavigne has uploaded her presentation done at Ohio LinuxFest. This slideshow describes the differences between (Free)BSD and Linux.
Some say comparing FreeBSD vs Linux benchmarks is unreliable and is as it were, comparing apples with pears. For what it’s worth: the Phoronix team has done some FreeBSD 8.0 RC1 vs Ubuntu 9.10 Alpha 6 benchmarking: Both FreeBSD 8.0 … Continue reading
The well-know bench marking website Phoronix has carried out a benchmark run between Kubuntu 9.04 and PC-BSD 7.1 (20/04/2009) Earlier this month PC-BSD 7.1 was released, which is based upon the FreeBSD 7.1 stable release, but of course with the … Continue reading
Great Bay Software has announced (Press Release) that it has migrated their the OS of their appliances from Linux to FreeBSD. The decision was motivated by FreeBSD’s license, stability and version control. … In addition, the Great Bay has changed to … Continue reading
The open-source Debian operating system (Linux) gained support for the FreeBSD kernel last weekend (unstable / experimental), allowing users to run the same operating system on two different software cores. The project was announced in a message to the Debian … Continue reading
As of 21 March 2009 Linsux.org is no longer hosted on Linux, but proudly powered by FreeBSD. Announcement