I’ve been running FreeBSD 9.0 since it was released. Before that, I had been running FreeBSD 8.2. Before that, 8.0 and 7.2 prior. I really enjoy this OS. I think it comes from the enjoyment I got running Gentoo, however I learned most of what I did about POSIX environments thanks to Gentoo breaking all the time. It was definitely not an environment I could maintain. FreeBSD brings the Ports software distribution system to a stable BSD kernel. It’s my favorite operating system, even if I happen to suck somewhat at securing it. I’m still learning, and I’ll continue to learn as I go. The best part, to me, is that pretty much every problem you may encounter is almost readily solved with Google and log watching.
Sorry, I was going to write a more informative post, but I’m just not into it today.