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Re: Would you recommend NetBSD for??

On Tue, Apr 24, 2012 at 09:56:44AM -0500, Robert Schmid wrote:
> Now that I've returned to NetBSD it seems that the attitude and intent of 
> NetBSD has changed slightly.  It seems to be much more geared toward 
> students, researchers and experimentalists.
> So, the question I have is "Would you as a NetBSD user recommend NetBSD for 
> production servers? Why or why not?"

I don't know what your use case is, but I know of thousands of production
systems that already run or soon will run NetBSD, and those are just the
ones I personally worked on.  NetBSD is very popular as an embedded Unix
for network devices that have to work the first time, every time, often
without the customer ever even noticing there's Unix underneath the CLI
or GUI.


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