installing bsd with speech
eric.oyen at icloud.com
Thu Mar 23 02:44:07 UTC 2017
I will have to dig up the old info on server jails. It might be related to application jails.
On Mar 22, 2017, at 7:32 PM, Tim Chase wrote:
> On March 22, 2017, Eric Oyen wrote:
>> I have been a pro user of OpenBSD for years. It was a lot easier to
>> use when all I had to deal with was low vision on a big display.
>> Pros to OpenBSD:
>> 1. best firewall out there, hands down
>> 2. application jails
>> 3. server jails
> Could you point me to info on this? I know that OpenBSD has chroot
> and a few other features like systrace, but I haven't seen anything
> comparable to FreeBSD's full jails.
>> 5. able to run on 2 GB or less reliably
> This is a nice plus. FreeBSD (without ZFS) can do this, as can at
> least Debian as I have several boxes with 2GB of RAM or less. Though
> I'd note that OpenBSD can run remarkably comfortably in 256MB of RAM
> which is a lot harder for other OSes to do.
>> 6. takes minimal disk space for all but an X-desktop installation
> even with X, it's pretty svelte. I just installed a fresh OpenBSD
> with X but no additional packages yet, and the entire install clocks
> in at under 570MB. Foregoing X saves you about 200MB.
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