The Depenguinator Version 2.0 converts your Linux into FreeBSD

Many people choose Linux if they are fed up with Windows because it is -- beside Max OS X -- one of the most widespread alternatives to Windows. But there are also other OSS operating systems which are also suitable for servers as well as desktop environments. FreeBSD and its desktop derivate PC-BSD is an Unix operating system which is one of the most known alternatives to GNU/Linux. So if you are an administrator or an advanced user who want to convert an existing Linux setup into FreeBSD, you should consider to use the Depinguinator v2 script which blows the penguin out of your PC remotely replacing him by the powerful BSD daemon.

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