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It's hard to compared the two because they use completely different paradigms.
If you’ve ever used popular Linux distros such as Ubuntu, Mint, or Fedora, they are all Linux systems, with distinct flavors that’s all.
In Linux, the common thread among distros is the kernel, while in BSD/Unix the common thread among OSes is UNIX implementation.
There's no "central kernel group", but the BSDs do help each other sometimes.
Below, we’re outlining the 20 most important things to know when choosing from Free BSD vs Linux as your next system.
Stay with us to gain essential insights into these two Unix powerhouses and determine how they fit you.No one has forked the Linux kernel for anything other than pointless Code of Conduct protests.