Re: Simple question
From: Teilhard Knight (teilhk_at_privacy.net)
Date: Mon, 14 Mar 2005 05:38:42 -0600
"DoN. Nichols" <email@example.com> wrote in message
> In article <39e3ucF62s54sU1@individual.net>,
> Teilhard Knight <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> [ ... ]
>>I have already made my mind to try 5.3. I had a look at the installation
>>instructions of OpenBSD, and I think I am better off with something I am
>>more familiar with. Besides, apparently FreeBSD is a much more complete
>>system. Not that I need many things, but I would like to compile my own
>>kernel, among other things. Thanks for your advise.
> This implies that you believe that you cannot compile your own
> kernel with OpenBSD? If so, this is news to me, as I have done so both
> with OpenBSD 3.4 and OpenBSD 3.5 with no problems -- both on i386
> architectures and on SPARC architectures. (No need, yet, to try it on
> SPARC64 architectures, but I would expect it to work just as well.
I believe you, but apparently, for what I have been told, it's not the thing
to do. According with the references I've had, OpenBSD is a system for
installing and working with it. "No need to do anything else". I am just an
ignorant trying to find out more. Thanks for your feedback.
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