Linux vs. BSD, What's the Difference?
Aug 24, 2007, 00:30 (4 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Dru Lavigne)
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"Ubuntu is known as Linux for Human Beings, because it's driven
by the philosophy that 'software should be available free of
charge, software tools should be usable by people in their local
language and despite any disabilities, and people should have the
freedom to customize and alter their software in whatever way they
see fit' (Ubuntu Documentation).
"PC-BSD, on the other hand, 'has been designed with the casual
computer user in mind. Installing the system is simply a matter of
a few clicks and a few minutes for the installation process to
finish. Hardware such as video, sound, network, and other devices
will be auto-detected and available at the first system startup.
Home users will immediately feel comfortable with PC-BSD's desktop
interface, with KDE 3.5 running under the hood. Software
installation has also been designed to be as painless as possible,
simply double-click and software will be installed...'"