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Old 23rd July 2012
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- OpenBSD's focus on implementing proper and *working* suspend/resume [1]
- OpenBSD's developers attitude, while OpenBSD developers actually use OpenBSD for their laptops/workstations and so, FreeBSD developers tend to use Macs/Macbooks for their workplace instead of FreeBSD and that is quite hypocrisy I must say :/
- OpenBSD team ported/implemented GEM/KMS a lot faster then FreeBSD team
- OpenBSD work on wireless drivers is impressive
- OpenBSD's 'software stack' - PF/OpenSSH/OpenSSL/OpenSMTPd/... - lots of great stuff.

[1] from FreeBSD 9.0 and later suspend/resume also works, but it worked a lot earlier and better on OpenBSD
For me i use FreeBSD desktop since it supports VBox and Wine which OpenBSD doesnot support.
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For me i use FreeBSD desktop since it supports VBox and Wine which OpenBSD doesnot support.
sw2wolf, the subject is performance, not what are your favorite missing applications. Please do not hijack discussion.

EDIT: split from parent thread.

Last edited by ocicat; 23rd July 2012 at 09:32 AM. Reason: Hijacked discussion split from parent thread.
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sw2wolf, the subject is performance, not what are your favorite missing applications. Please do not hijack discussion.
Then ... VirtualBox is faster then QEMU! ;p
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It's not my intention to derail the thread further, but regarding "features" the one thing I unfortunatly miss in OpenBSD is a proper implementation of 802.1X. I know its a complete abomination of a spec, but the damn universities across Europe insists on using it (EDUROAM in my case).
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