Contributed by Dengue on from the bsd-for-dummies dept.
One item he mentions that I take issue with is his claim that FreeBSD is "...end-user oriented and easier to install than NetBSD or OpenBSD" . I can only imagine that it's an issue of personal familiarity. I find OpenBSD, NetBSD and Slackware Linux to be very easy to install. Debian, RedHat and FreeBSD all seem to be a real PITA (Debian in particular fails to pass the "WTF is this?" frustration test).
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