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What is the difference between the *BSDs and GNU/Linux, apart from licensing?

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Here's a decent article: http://www.freesoftwaremagazine.com/articles/comparing_linux_and_freebsd
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Years ago there was a schism in the *nix community. I don't know the details, but the basic is that we ended up with an AT&T and a BSD (Berkley Software Division [I think]) versions of *nix. They've developed separately, but similarly for years. Some of the differences are in the run levels, the init and rc scripts, and disk partitions.

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