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|Originally Published: Wednesday, 22 March 2000||Author: Roman Rochelt|
|Published to: news_develop_development/Development News||Page: 1/1 - [Std View]|
LinuxWorld: Customizing the FreeBSD Kernel
"Customizing a Unix kernel is a rite of passage for the system administrator. Linux and many System V Unixes have a friendly, menu-driven kernel configuration system. A system administrator needs to have a good grounding in a variety of Unixes, however. You would configure FreeBSD's kernel in a manner completely different than the one in which you would System V or Linux."