I have been busy in the Study Hall for quite some time. Now coming back to Linux...
A recent article on Itsfoss.com (not sure if it is really reputable, though I am aware of its presence) talks about why people move from Linux to BSD.
Is BSD really more superior compared to Linux? As a newbie in the Unix world (maybe a "moderate" user by now. ), which OS would all of you recommend and why?
I personally use CentOS because a NASA software that I want to use only works on RHEL and its likes. I have to admit that Linux is very nice and really teaches me about computing. But what about BSD? Does it worth learning? Will it be used more frequently in the future?
(It always makes me wonder why Linux is so successful in the server world and the high-end computing world but BSD loses out while both Linux and BSD are of UNIX descendants, open source and freely available.)
Edited by Nicholas_Kang, 10 August 2018 - 07:15 AM.