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I've been running the first release candidate for Freebsd-4.5 for over a week and a half now.... It's been very stable, not a single thing to complain about. I've got the usual software installed: XFree86-4, KDE2, galeon, xmms, all from the ports tree. I've compiled all of my software from the ports tree, and I also run a distributed.net client. All of these tasks, especially compiling large apps such as X Windows or KDE, stress the OS sub-systems. Granted, I'm not serving 100+ hits a second on Apache, and I'm not running a 100+ GB file server either. But I can honestly say that it is the most stable OS I've ever ran and I welcome everyone to at least give it try. It could very well surprise you.
Sounds very impressive. Anyone out there use FreeBSD as their primary desktop?