FreeBSD/i386 6.3-RELEASE Release Notes

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| The release notes for FreeBSD 6.3-RELEASE contain a summary of the changes
| made to the FreeBSD base system on the 6.3-STABLE development line. This
| document lists applicable security advisories that were issued since the last
| release, as well as significant changes to the FreeBSD kernel and userland.
| Some brief remarks on upgrading are also presented. ┬* ┬*
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http://www.freebsd.org/releases/6.3R/relnotes-i386.html

Posted earlier by mistake instead of this one:

ATI CatalystÔäó 8.1 Proprietary Linux x86_64 Display Driver

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| For Intel® EM64T and AMD64 Platform Architecture
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http://ati.amd.com/support/drivers/l...64-radeon.html


Related:

Moving from FreeBSD to Linux - why?

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| Here is my list of why Linux is better than FreeBSD for me. Of course,
| everyone will have their own ideas, but this is my article, so this is my
| list! ┬*
|
| ┬* ┬* * Better support...
|
| ┬* ┬* * Better tools...
|
| ┬* ┬* * Bigger installed base...
|
| ┬* ┬* * More resources...
|
| ┬* ┬* * Fun...
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http://linuxbraindump.org/2007/08/24...-to-linux-why/


FreeBSD as a Desktop

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| Aside from the four somewhat limited titles discussed, I can play and
| author CD's, DVD's, and movies using GNU and BSD licensed titles just
| as the Linux counterparts can. NVidia also offers native accelerated
| drivers for their cards, which deliver the same performance as the
| Linux platform has. KDE, Gnome, Fluxbox, WindowMaker, and virtually
| all software titles which have source available have been "ported"
| to the BSD platform. Many proprietary titles, such as Opera, which
| is binary based, and QT dependent also work via Linux emulation
| which no performance regrets.
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http://www.open-node.net/archive/200...a-desktop.aspx