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Date:      Mon, 05 Mar 2012 09:52:15 +0000
From:      Matthew Seaman <>
Subject:   Re: PC-BSD on top of FreeBSD - does it matter ?
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On 04/03/2012 22:56, Da Rock wrote:
>> That's also an obligation to test it.
>> PC-BSD is a product, by a private company. The burden of proof is on
>> them.

> PC-BSD is an organisation or group; I wouldn't go as far as calling the=
> a private company.

No, the company behind PC-BSD is called iXsystems.  They do an awful lot
in the FreeBSD sphere, and PC-BSD is one of their products.  While
PC-BSD is a community driven project, iXsystems employs the project
founder and lead developer specifically to work on PC-BSD.  Click on the
'Professional PC-BSD Support' link of the PC-BSD menu on the
site, and you will see who it is that provides the paid-for support.

Hmmm... actually they might want to look at that, as it returns a 404 pag=



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