[linux-elitists] Re: Which Linux distribution is the most powerful?
Mon Jul 5 20:13:45 PDT 2004
On Sat, 2004-07-03 at 19:03, The Robber Of Zork wrote:
> On Sat, 2004-07-03 at 22:02, Sean Neakums wrote:
> > If it's saying "argument list too long" or somesuch, you need xargs.
> That was the complaint.
> > $ find /usr/ports -name DESCR -print | xargs grep '[Pp]owerful' | wc -l
> Ok. For FreeBSD 4.10 we have:
> > ls -lR /usr/ports | grep pkg-descr |wc -l
> > find /usr/ports/ -name pkg-descr -print | xargs grep '[Pp]owerful' |wc
> ...giving FreeBSD a 2.5% power rating.
But, but, but...
There is a level of BASE POWERFULNESS, according to the almighty GOOGLE.
of about 220,000
of about 168,000
of about 144,000
of about 106,000
of about 46,600
of about 39,900
of about 29,400
of about 27,900
of about 12,400
7. Fedora Core
So, put that in perspective!
(Dam, I really thought/hoped Debian would be first!)
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