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Old 29th January 2014
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Originally Posted by JWJones View Post
Nice necro thread bump! I'm in the process of swapping out all Linux installs with BSDs. I've got OpenBSD i386 on a desktop, and my ThinkPad will either get OpenBSD or PC-BSD. Another i386 desktop will either get OpenBSD, or FreeBSD (currently running Slackware 14.1).

I have Tails on a USB stick for paranoid surfing. I was a huge fan of BeOS back-in-the-day, and I have tried Haiku, but the thrill is gone, I just don't care any more. I'm thinking of giving Minix a try, haven't done so yet.
Yeah - I used to run Slack - way back then. Guess it's having a 20'th year anniversary.

Nice thing about Haiku is its "anyboot" image, which is a super easy USB-live-with-web setup, unlike FreeBSD where you have to build a stick manually - and set up various things like the memory-based-disk replacements for directories with heavy IO.

Lately, my pet project has been RicsOS (open). It's probably the only OS out there that is truly unique.
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