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Whats so difficult about ISSU



Saku Ytti (saku) writes:
> 
> I've sometimes wondered why Linux is so common, and not FreeBSD.

	Historical reasons and good timing.

> Is it easier to hire people if you use Linux?

	As opposed to... ?

> Or is GPL not really problematic issue,
> as you can hide your intellectual property in binary kernel modules?

	You can't. The GPL has provisions for that. Common mistake, several
	lawsuits have shown.

	As Randy pointed out, Juniper is FreeBSD inside, and NetApp uses
	it as well (+ number of other vendors that don't advertise it because
	they don't have to).

	Phil