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From Jay States <jsta...@mac.com>
Subject Re: quick and dirty linix/SSL
Date Sun, 18 Aug 2002 14:38:10 GMT
>
> okay, but I can't even get my bleeding edge mandrake to lock up, never 
> mind crash. ( looks like they are getting it together. ~g~)
> nothing wrong with paid support, specially for a business 
> installation, it does become a write-off at tax time. ( mandrake 8.2 
> pro-pack came with over 300 in paid support vouchers, figuring each 
> call is roughly 50 (thier rate) you can have running before used up, 
> though never had to use any..sweet install, found and configured all 
> hardware no problems)
>
> red hat 7.3 won't boot aver installing, no valid root partiton.
>
> free bsd is a nightmare to install
>
> haven't tried deb yet.

I have been using FreeBSD since 4.2, I've tried Mandrake, Red Hat and 
Deb.  FreeBSD is it to use, the online manual is the best I've of any 
Unix/Linux OS and ssl/apache is installed with the packages.

My opinion 


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