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Re: When would you NOT use OpenBSD?



> I'm not saying that having a blobbed driver in-tree would be an
> improvement - however, a machine that runs is likely to be an
> improvement over one that doesn't, at least for a while (because, as
> pointed out, bugs like blobs).

bzzzt *wrong*

There is a whole market out there for this.  It's called proprietary operating
systems.  These systems do a fine job at whatever they are doing.  You are
reversing the argument from what it should be.



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