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Old 13th July 2014
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Default Recommend: A simple GUI for OpenBSD install

I wish to recommend that OpenBSD developers create a simple GUI to help novice users to install the OS.

If anyone had opted to use the "Expert Install" option of Debian, you would have realized how easy and intuitive the simple GUI was.

Special note: if OpenBSD developers plan to take up my suggestion, please simplify the process by which one partitions the disk drive. Debian's "Expert Install" option does not even mention C/H/S or LBA. When I was using Debian for the first time, I was able to partition my disk drive without problem.
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