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My desktop needs are very basic so I can migrate just fine. I really enjoyed OpenBSF and tinkering with it. The high quality code and high security made me like it even more. As I post this I am moving the files on my ext4 partition, getting ready for a migration.
You can say that, indeed. Off all the BSD's NetBSD works the best for me. I tried OpenBSD but I couldn't get X up and running, somehow I missed a videodriver. DragonflyBSD segfaulted constantly. No daubt they are all great in their own field, but I got NetBSD installed without a hitch. And I'm using it for several years now. I think I got lucky with it. NetBSD is extremely stable, safe and easy to configure. Kudoo's to the developers!
Last edited by Hannes Worst; 05-18-2014 at 08:03 AM.