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Also as FreeBSD has many terminals by default alt+f1 -> alt+f8 meaning if you go with jails you can build them in parallel saving you time when you use the ports system. Heck you could even setup a jail just to build software. I use qjail.
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I would recommend giving freebsd another go if you have time as i've found its jail feature very useful for development purposes. At the moment i have 5 jails: www(apache22+php53), www(apache22+php54), MySQL, PostgreSQL, email-server. I have found this invaluable in terms of testing different versions of php and databases
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You don't need to install samba for the above solution it works from a default install of FreeBSD.
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