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Re: Unified BSD?

On 2012-11-16, at 5:52 AM, Johnny Billquist <> wrote:

> On 2012-11-16 12:48, Tomas Bodzar wrote:
>> On Fri, Nov 16, 2012 at 9:34 AM, Hub- FreeBSD <> 
>> wrote:
>>> Actually, according to what we are tracking at, there 
>>> are currently *8*:
>>> PC-BSD
>>> FreeBSD
>>> PYC-BSD (aka Rus-BSD)
>>> DesktopBSD
>>> OpenBSD
>>> NetBSD
>>> DragonflyBSD
>>> MidnightBSD
>> Tracking something like DesktopBSD which doesn't exist for quite a
>> long time make statistics not much useful. MidnightBSD seems to be
>> same case as last activy on mailing list last year in May, forums
>> doesn't working at all so we are still on 4 core BSDs
>> (Open/Net/Free/Dfly).
> I find it rather meaningless as a tracking tool for BSD in general. There is 
> no way something like 2BSD would ever appear there, no matter how many 
> systems were installed.
> And I also do happen to consider OS-X to be a BSD system. :-)

I agree on that point, which is why I run it for my desktops … but until you 
mention it, I'd never thought of even trying to get the script to run … have to 
play with that this weekend and see how "out of the box" it works, if it does …

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