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Old 4th November 2013
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Default OpenBSD on study laptop - a good idea?

I am getting really frustrated with both Microsoft and Apple.
So I am considering installing OpenBSD on my MacBook Pro and use it as my main operating system.
But I am not certain it is a good idea (I am used to use OpenBSD for server).
What I am doing is:
Programming C
Writing reports in LaTeX
Need access to wireless network
Doing Linear algebra in MathLab (for this I believe I need a small OS X partition)
So would it be a good idea or should just drop the project?
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