2011/2/13 folkert <email@example.com>:
> Has anyone considered GNU/kOpenBSD already?
> Because OpenBSD has the extra plus for being very much secure and such.
> Maybe an option can be added to the instller: install freebsd or openbsd
I'd like to add one thing to what Guillem said. OpenBSD
is known for being secure (this is not just a kernel feature
as Guillem explained), but it has also contributed a number
of great ideas and projects to the free software community.
More often than not, these find their way to other systems
and in particular Debian GNU/kFreeBSD features the following
improvements of clear OpenBSD heritage:
- Packet Filter
- a free nve driver (OpenBSD project rewrote this driver which
was previously a blob in FreeBSD)