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I've used OpenBSD in the past and found it much simpler than Linux. But didn't always support what I needed to do. These days I'm doing less but doing it better.



I've always found the problem with alt os's is that I have to pick my device to match the OS. I just want a small but adequately powerful laptop, so Linux is my only real choice.


> These days I'm doing less but doing it better.

On Linux or OpenBSD?


Pretty sure he means OpenBSD and I'm in the same boat.

Also, Erlang and Elixir run out of the box on it, so it's suitable for nearly all of my personal projects.


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