OpenBSD 3.7 review
A few days ago I bought the official CDís and installed OpenBSD 3.7 on a dual Pentium III box. Being BSD 4.4 based, OpenBSD is an OS for purists. It still uses a very simple boot process with a general rc shell script so itís probably easier for traditional Unix system administrators. The use of a default Bourne or C shell makes the transition easy as well, and the no bells text based installation script make it simple to install over serial consoles.
(Submitted by Flavio Villanustre Mon May 30, 2005 )
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