jkl
I was just wondering, given that OpenBSD obviously also failed to install. ;)

Then again, FreeBSD is probably the most simple BSD.
z3bra
Well, I failed to install it on my notebook because it require a USB install. That's probably something I could have delt with, but I gave up pretty quickly. I'm not convinced by BSD as a desktop OS. FreeBSD is indeed the most "user-friendly" IMO. OpenBSD is more "admin-friendly"
swathe
I fired up VM to try out OpenBSD for the first time. So quick to install. Just running XFCE for now.
pranomostro
My next OS will be either one of these linuxes:
-crux
-alpine
-void

They all don't use systemd AFAIK. Or I might try OpenBSD.

But this will only happen if my hardware fails, and that may take a while.
z3bra
(28-05-2016, 11:16 AM)pranomostro Wrote: But this will only happen if my hardware fails, and that may take a while.

Someone wise once said: "If it seems more clean, move out of your comfort zone, dammit!"
pranomostro
(29-05-2016, 10:55 AM)z3bra Wrote:
Quote:But this will only happen if my hardware fails, and that may take a while.
Someone wise once said: "If it seems more clean, move out of your comfort zone, dammit!"

"But it's so haard!"
venam
I found it...Instead of using `menuconfig` to get the list of Linux supported hardwares you can check this handy link:

http://www.linuxquestions.org/hcl/index.php
stephant
Started linux with Mint, Ubuntu.
two and half year on Archlinux
Present: one and half year on Gentoo Since used this distro.
Btw I tried almost everything.
Asperger Syndrome Autistic
z3bra
(02-06-2016, 09:22 AM)stephant Wrote: Btw I tried almost everything.
You have no idea what it means ;)
stephant

LOL I think you mind is filthy :P

Edit I almost tried every DISTROS. :)
Asperger Syndrome Autistic




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