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NetBSD 5.0 on a Sony Vaio PCG-GRZ530

Posted 05-31-2009 at 07:25 PM by Mr-Bisquit

It works some. Still shutting down. Rebuilding with a lot of help from the community.
Yeah, it's for hacking and cracking. I picked the BSD's for this project and NetBSD in particular for the following reasons:

Windows has no security. I did a bit of c:\path\ and d:\path hacking, cross site scripting, embedded hacks, css hacks, java hacks. These work great which is scary.

Linux works but acpi has to be defined, apic, noapic, etc all have to be loaded. Newer distributions are hogging at 512M and more for ram. I am limited at 512.

BSD: First was FreeBSD but it didn't work. ACPI troubles.
NetBSD live and some other. Forgot what it was. wait, let me look. Okay, jibbed. Yeah.
It's pretty fucking biscuity and all that.
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