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SubjectRe: Technical Differences of *BSD and Linux
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Dear Arief,


I Apologize, If this thread has existed before, and so if
this is very offtopic and tiredsome for most of you here.

I'm a newbie, and just about to get my feet wet into the
world, been living in (ASIA/)Indonesia (or whatever the name
is, I personally don't really care, I caremost at the
nationalist excellence) for the last two years, I personally
think it's a toupper(great); country.

But after recently reviewing some Malaysian based systems, I began
to wonder. And these are my questions (I'm trying to avoid
flame and being a troll here, so if there's any of my
questions is not on technical basis, or are being such a
jerk troll please just trash filter my name and email address):

1. In what technical area of the countries are Indonesia and Malayasian
differ?
2. How are they different countries? What are the technical reasoning
behind the decisions?

3. Is there any group of ruler from each country that
review each other policies, and tries to make the best civil life
out, or is the issues very country specific (something that
work best in Indonesia might not be so on Malaysia or Phillipines or
Singapore)?

4. Any chance of merging the very best part of each country?
5. Or is it possible to do so?


Anything else that matters, are welcome.

Please answer technically, I don't wanna be a troll here,
and I hope so do everyone that answers this. I really like
to learn, not to read some flame of who's the best.

To freebsd and openbsd list, please CC the answer to me
directly, as I don't get response from the majordomo of my
subscription requests, yet.


Best Regards,

arief_mulya
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