Hello you all *nix gurus,
I am really confused about something lately, after watching this humorous "BSD is dying" video clip on Google Video:
. And I wonder, why do BSD people disdain the existence of Linux so much? I can get this mentality almost on every Linux or Unix forum. Aren't they close enough? Well, compared to Windows, Solaris, and others. I know Linux is a modification of Minix. In short, they all belong to the "Unix-like" family, no? I admit that I don't know enough about the history of the computing industry. So, can someone explain to me why there are the "true Unix" camp and the "Unix-like" camp? What and why the difference?
By the way, I started using Gentoo (installation = a hell of fun) and reading the books on LinuxFromScratch.org, pretty inspiring!