Well that is certainly a Grade A analysis.
OpenBSD as a complete OS includes highly modified and integrated services including DNS, Web, SSH, SMTP, NTPD; activating these components is trivial and there are no special compromises or unique approaches to doing so. OpenBSD is simple like any UNIX should be, and that simplicity means running services is quite easy and these services are secure by default. Lots of other OS may not include these patched, and in many cases, original services. If you think it's all about a service-less default install being the goal, you're being shortsighted.
All good news, but ZFS is soon going to hit a ceiling. Oracle has tightened up the license for their ZFS, and who knows if the open source version is ever going to have those features.
Well Reddit is suffering a massive DDoS, strangely.
I couldn't have said it better. I've been running Wheezy for the past two months without issue, and when Debian 7 is released, all I need to do is aptitude update && aptitude upgrade and I will be at 7.
Just change your environment variable, troll.
Can't tell if you're be sarcastic. Trolling advances in security? Why?
You think this wasn't discussed? Read the lists, geesh!
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I'm still subscribed to the print edition of 2600 magazine. I moreso collect them than read the new editions. I get the DRM-free PDFs to read.
This book is great. My school used the previous edition for intro to Linux. It's a great distro-agnostic reference.
It just keeps getting more bizzare...
Owncloud 5 is out and it has a builtin RSS reader
So they're going to have one frozen release and a continuous rolling release... just like Debian.
So I assume touchscreen laptops will reduce battery life on all new devices?