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Old 06-05-2008
Invitation to BSD Forum Members

If you are a former member of the abandoned forums over at bsdforums.org, please feel free to suggest subforums for BSD here and we will add them, if you would like to be active here.

We have plenty of room for the BSD community here.

Welcome!
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Old 06-17-2008
Suggest to not divide *BSD into different churches.
There are less variants than Linux distros, and most traffic is not *BSD specific, but rather Xorg, applications or shell specific.
These threads you already have.
Suggest posters just specify the OS they are running on, current (specify) or release (number).
Many *BSD users multiboot UNIXes, *BSDs, Windows, OSX, ... aware of heterogenous networks.
Other people who can't dual boot, or startx, ... well ... this is not OS specific.
Unless there is a need to,
if it ain't broke, why fix it?

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