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Comment: Re:again? (Score 3, Informative) 235

by rmadmin (#45180361) Attached to: NFTables To Replace iptables In the Linux Kernel
http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/nutshell.html#introduction-nutshell-users You also forgot some biggies, like Netflix, oh and Apache themselves. Sampling an OS's usage numbers off of how many public facing web servers are out there will give you very biased results. I have two FreeBSD servers running OpenBGPd and OpenOSPFd, and two that are NFS servers, there is absolutely no web server on them. They are ROCKS of stability. This is just FreeBSD, a partner ISP I work with runs OpenBSD route reflectors.

Comment: Re:The pre-existing condition is a claim of fraud. (Score 1) 16

by rmadmin (#27736753) Attached to: Murder Victim's Claim Denied for 'Pre-Existing Condition'
He couldn't afford a test but he could afford the insurance? Why is everyone assuming that he doesn't have money if he's a junkie.. I've known a few junkies with some serious cash.

Disclaimer: I really don't know what I'm talking about, just hit some weird red flags. :)

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