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Anonymous 10/24/2020 (Sat) 16:52:38 [Preview] No. 14395
I know these OS-threads are becoming more boring over time, but I just wanted to ask you guys for advice. I have used Gentoo some time ago, 9 days to be exact, due some bad kernel-config, it broke for me and I just switched to Arch. Arch is ok, but not quite what I would like to have from an OS. Do do not have any problem with systemd, like I do not prefer it, but I am ok with it * existing * in my machine. I have tried OpenBSD once on hardware and several times in a VM. All my work on a computer is basically just done with Vim, Firefox/Icecat and some C compiler, so I do not require any special software.
1. Is it true that OpenBSD has problems with drivers? I will run it on my desktop, so that is probably not a problem at all.
2. Do you use it? Why do you use it? Why do you not use it?
3. Some important things I should know ( I will run it with dwm and st probably?
4. Can I operate it basically like some Linux system?

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