In the case that I was dealing with, I didn’t know what os would run on my sun machine. Trying openbsd, it ran. Freebsd did not. So in that case, oponbsd was better ewen tho both support the same machine.
openbsd you’ll be doing most of the work
freebsd the computer does most of the work
or at least from my use of it xD
Within the last 8-12 months the license bs gate whatever happened with linux. So, I listened to as many interviews about licenses and how they work so I could get it.
Yeah well its still trash documentation built to tear apart projects. And I learned that freebsd has a similar thing.
Is that something to think about later? Does that license difference effect the os that much? Are Free and Open handled differently because of it? What are the major differences to think over?
I think I want to try openbsd just because I’ve seen people say it takes 50% less bullshit to get it running and have a desktop. But if theres a better reason to do freebsd, I’d like to know it.