OpenBSD is really easy to install.
It’s not shinning, but it asks for a few questions and only takes a couple of minutes to get a working system.
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For quite a long time now, I’ve been using the black console. My first contact with *N?X was around 1998, when my father brought me a Slackware CD from a hacking magazine that I don’t recall the name right now. At that time, I was using DOS and Windows 3. That was quite a change ; especially without any Internet access :) I quite often had to go to the bookshop to get UNIX books that were offering CD sets. That how I started fighting with Slackware and Debian distrib :)
About 2000, I got a mid-term job at the Jussieu University of Paris. That’s also when I started getting told that Linux was for kiddies and that real admins use BSD. I know that’s not really a good reason to start using an Operating System, but that’s how I came to the *BSD systems :)
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Model: Inspiron Mini 10 (1012)
CPU: Intel Atom N450(1.66GHz, 667MHz FSB, 512K L2 Cache)
Memory: 1GB SDRAM DDR2 @ 800 MHz
Video: Intel® NM10 Express + Crystal HD Broadcom Media Accelerator
Screen: 10.1″ Widescreen Display (1366×768)
Operating System: OpenBSD 4.8
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