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31 Oct 2019
18:58:47@racoh:matrix.orgracohsomehow i still want to try out parabola on my x1 tablet.
19:03:09@mntr0:matrix.orgmntr0racoh: oh if you actually want to run something good run openbsd. hands down. dont bother with anything else. never look back its pointless.
19:06:56@racoh:matrix.orgracohthe only thing i know about those 2 is that freebsd enjoys the wider adoption. is there are stark difference between those two (open and freebsd)?
19:09:15@racoh:matrix.orgracohi though if i go the bsd way, i wouldn't come far without cm. so regardless of what i choose i should be fine as long as the installation procedure is the same on booth. living in europe btw. the bsd adoption in career perspective is about 5% percent (just throwing numbers) in contrast to linux.
19:09:59@racoh:matrix.orgracoh * the only thing i know about those 2 is that freebsd enjoys the wider adoption. is there are stark difference between those two (open and freebsd)?


the only thing i know about those to is that freebsd enjoys the wider adoption. is there are stark difference between those two?

the intellect of the developers

19:39:51@mntr0:matrix.orgmntr0openbsd will teach you unix and posix and that knowledge is good for linux too
19:40:04@mntr0:matrix.orgmntr0but for career you have to know linux thats not avoidable
19:41:19@mntr0:matrix.orgmntr0freebsd is just a joke. it doesnt have the popularity of linux or the quality of openbsd so theres no excuse for it in my opinion. obviously freebsd has a larger user base than openbsd but thats just because openbsd is elitist and freebsd is stupid.
19:42:04@mntr0:matrix.orgmntr0 "stupid" out numbers "hard", but then again if you wanna be stupid and lazy use centos or something
19:42:27@mntr0:matrix.orgmntr0if youre gonna go all the way to do it right openbsd is always the first choice
19:58:30@racoh:matrix.orgracohthanks much for your wisdom. i just wanted to use a "round" system where things fit together. kinda lost the edge while using linux and just wanted to have fun again in doing mandate sysadmin tasks.
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10 Nov 2019
09:20:23@0-:matrix.org0-any pros/cons to recording dates of initiation vs dates of posting? (i.e. when a transaction happens vs when it shows up on record)
14:38:47@mntr0:matrix.orgmntr0please elaborate
14:38:55@mntr0:matrix.orgmntr0it depends on the application
14:39:17@mntr0:matrix.orgmntr0tell me more about the transactions and what they are for.
14:39:50@mntr0:matrix.orgmntr0obviously the more immediately accurate you want to be with consistency the more it will cost you.
21:09:39@0-:matrix.org0-oh dang just realized this is the wrong room, nvm
22:08:46@mntr0:matrix.orgmntr0what channel were you trying to post in?
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01:56:02@0-:matrix.org0- #freenode_#plaintextaccounting:matrix.org
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