Linked by Tony Bourke on Thu 29th Apr 2004 19:08 UTC
OpenBSD OpenBSD is a name synonymous with security, having earned the respect and adoration of security-concious sysadmins everywhere. OpenBSD is used in data centers all over the world, is the basis for several security products (from OpenBSD's site), and is even the basis for Microsoft's Services For Unix.
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RE: dpi
by cybrjackle on Fri 30th Apr 2004 02:38 UTC


It can hold 2 ide hd + 1 if you took the cdrom out. But, the ide bus on u5/10 really suck. I would definatly recommend dropping a scsi card in and jumping to scsi drives. That is what i do w/ my u10's that i have.


I run gentoo on all my sun equipment, but i have been thinking of giveing *bsd a try on one of them. The whole 32 vs 64 worrys me some because it sounds like I might not be able to put much on there, is that what everyone is saying? Is there much of the ports packages built for the sparc64 arch?