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Anyone heard about ArchBSD?

Started by GEARHEAD_TI, January 29, 2013, 11:42:13 AM

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GEARHEAD_TI

Hi everyone,

I was just casually browsing slashdot when I stumbled upon an article about ARCH-BSD a variant of Arch linux that uses the BSD kernel.

http://archbsd.net/

What is everyone's opinion of this and what do you think the draw backs or advantages will be?

GEARHEAD

Mark Greaves (PCNetSpec)

Nope, never heard of it .. but why would you want the BSD kernel ?
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greenian2

ive only used bsd in servers to be honest not sure how good it would be as a desktop kernal
debian linuxmint arch and crux oh hate to say it on a linux web page but freeBsd and OpenIndiana

GEARHEAD_TI

This was my thought. I have never had a great experience with BSD and I cant really see any advantage of using the BSD Kernel.

Maybe we are missing something.....but I doubt it.