[nycbug-talk] Hello nycbug
Sun Sep 5 11:20:54 EDT 2004
I'm actually a newcomer too. Been on the lists for about a week now.
So far I like what I see.
My experience is pretty much only FreeBSD. I use it at work, at home,
etc. All my boxes run it, except for one, which runs slackware (and
thats my laptop and I really dont know how to use it).
So far I'm using FreeBSD for the following:
- A router/firewall for a /22
- A development webserver/db server and a production webserver/db server
- My "small" webhosting server in Florida uses FreeBSD.
- My computer @ work and my computer @ home run FreeBSD.
I really love it :) But I'd love to learn more. I'd like to attend all
the meetings I can, so I'll stay posted to this list!
> On Sep 4, 2004, at 11:46 PM, rick.poach.nycbug at nixfixers.com wrote:
>> Hey guys,
>> Just found out about you and signed up today.
>> I live in central CT so I could make it down
>> to a meeting in NYC from time to time.
>> Running OpenBSD 3.5 & FreeBSD 4.9 at home.
>> Currently reading No Starch Press, Absolute OpenBSD.
>> Work in a solaris/windows shop, no chance at all
>> for migration to a BSD there :(
> You never know. . .print server, mail gateway, firewall, dns. .
> .there's lots of options. . .
>> Like the look of the page.
> Good. . .it's been a while, but the consensus is the new site is
> awesome. .
>> It's good to finally see a BSD ug around.
> Hey, NYCBUG hits its one year anniversary in January. . .we should
> have a party. . .
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