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- To: misc_(_at_)_openbsd_(_dot_)_org
- Subject: Sony Portable
- From: "L. S." <lxcom_(_at_)_operamail_(_dot_)_com>
- Date: Wed, 8 Dec 1999 19:56:48 -0500
Does/Should OpenBSD work properly on the Sony PCG-F390 (portable)?
Running properly means that the i/o interfaces also work reliably. I like it,
but need to know this before purchasing one. If not, what 15"-screened laptop
is a good choice with connections for external hardware?
I'm a Power Mac guy who's looking for a portable OpenBSD *desktop-replacement*
system (I can't get a security-focused Linux/BSD on current Mac hardware)
which I can use to do work while on the move, then come home and plug into my
home network, connect to my big Trinitron monitor for imaging work, back-up
from to a stationary server, etcetera.
Don't let the smooth face fool ya.
:-| :-) ;-) :-)
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