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Old 04-13-2004, 10:21 AM   #1
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FreeBSD .... yahp.


Anyone know how to use FreeBSD? By looking at the unix kernel structure, it seems that all unix/distributions work the same way except for it's binary capability.

Sooo, my question is, is that is used anymore on any linux/unix OS? I have linux binary capability on my FreeBSD system and I try running some programs that wants this file.

Arrggghhh, why not all these programs use glibc and the like.


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