[linux-elitists] OpenBSD or Debian?

Thom May thom@debian.org
Tue Sep 11 19:18:48 PDT 2001

Depends what you want to do - I'm slightly ;) biased but I'd suggest that
for day to day use Debian would be more suitable than OpenBSD. FreeBSD is an
excellent desktop distro but the change from Linux -> BSD is a lot more
noticeable than the change from Red Hat -> Debian. Depends how much spare
time you have to get used to the nuances of BSD, I guess.

* Eugene Leitl (Eugene.Leitl@lrz.uni-muenchen.de) wrote :
> I've been getting increasingly disappointed with mainstream Linux distros
> recently, most notably RH. Before I go Debian, I figured out I could as
> well look outside of the soup bowl, and try one of the *BSDs, assuming
> it's worth it.
> Is it?
> -- Eugen* Leitl <a href="http://www.lrz.de/~ui22204/">leitl</a>
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