Thus spake Jordan K. Hubbard (jkh(at)zippy.cdrom.com):
> USENET/WEB/EMAIL articles it generates, is also a reasonable indicator
> of how approachable an OS is and "approachability" is another
> important factor in our favor, something which Stefan's article sort
> of touches on but doesn't really illustrate in depth.
But most of the questions and problems that appear in
Usenet/Web/Email/IRC are very general and the answer is almost the
same for other OS' (BSD), too. (I think of "How do I configure the
So far the user support which claims to be Linux support is also
partly BSD support.
> not saying that the other *BSDs are incapable of similar feats, but
> until they've powered a Yahoo, a Hotmail or an ftp.freebsd.org, it's
> an academic rather than proven fact. :-)
If you can believe Microsoft-payd studies, then it's proven that Linux
does NOT (see heise newsticker, some weeks ago, for the link).
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