Charlie Li on 3 Jul 2017 23:26:33 -0700

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Re: [PLUG] Firewall choices for a small software development business

On 03/07/17 22:54, Lee H. Marzke wrote:
> So not knowing BSD has very few downsides.    The Ethernet interface
> names are strange,  and matching
> up the name to correct interface is the only issue,  but if you buy a
> device , they should be marked well.
The network interface names in BSD are not much different than Linux
before/without systemd. ie em0 for Ethernet compared to eth0…

If you know your way around a Linux system before/without systemd
(specifically with vanilla sysvinit), you should have no problem using
BSD. Stuff just works. Though you may have to pay attention to
Linux-isms that may creep in from habit.

Charlie Li
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