Recent and not so recent changes in OpenBSD that make life better

Known to be “functional, free and secure by default”, the OpenBSD operating system has played an important role in open source for more than a quarter century. It has also been fairly central to what I have done for the last two decades and some. What follows is my personal view of what life with OpenBSD has been like, with an emphasis on moments and developments that I feel made life, or at least my life, better.

Good article about an operating system that seems to just do its thing, and do it well.

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  1. 2021-08-28 9:30 am