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i find it hard to believe you're involved in such project. "more
portable", "more secure" don't mean anything unless details are
involved. i mean, if it runs on your target hosts, what could "more
portable" possibly mean?
it's better to say: i'm trying out these two and i want a comparison.
lying, saying your boss wants a bsd solution, doesn't make it seem
On Fri, Aug 10, 2012 at 9:17 AM, <benhack@...> wrote:
> A client of mine asked me if I can develop a BSD project for them. I don't
have much experience with BSDs, and I have been collecting some background
> I was given the choice between OpenBSD and NetBSD.
> Now, since portability is not all that important, I was oriented towards
OpenBSD, which is more secure. The only problem might be the lack of certain
features on OpenBSD, such as support for a modern filesystem. As I said, I
don't know much about BSDs, so don't flame at me if I say something incorrect.
In fact, I am asking your advice.
> What I would need for my project is a filesystem that supports, at least,
journaling. From what I have seen, NetBSD already has that, while OpenBSD
> Has any modern filesystem been ported to OpenBSD? I really need to know,
because this issue may constitute a stumbling block to my adoption of
> Ben J. Rafter