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I agree whole heatedly with you about the quality of a obsd router/fw. I don't support enterprise networks so my viewpoint is a little different. Unlike ios and cisco hardware current OpenBSD releases are finicky with commodity hardware. I remember being able to pick any old box (486, ancient pizza box sparcstations) and being able to set up a OpenBSD firewall on it pre/post ipf debacle. Recently I have ran into a number of boxes that I could not get openbsd to boot on, most recently two older shuttle boxes. On a much lesser scale they have also given a lot to the OSS community with OpenNTP. For clock synchronization you have the ntp reference implementation, openntp and Miroslav's chrony. For desktop machines the reference implementation leaves a lot Nike Air Max 90 Yeezy Series to be desired (especially when it comes to power saving) and or is massive overkill for the problem at hand. Unfortunately Air Max 90 Escape

Crowding out OpenBSD

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What does it do differently than chrony or the reference implementation?

shove OpenBSD onto the desktop is the ultimate case of square peg/round hole.

thaumaturgy 648 days ago link

Fair point, but Cisco IOS is supported by a large company with deep pockets and a vested interest in its continued development. I agree that that is not its niche. But I am arguing that without a desktop presence, upstream support for OpenBSD will continue to diminish, and at some point that is going to seriously harm the project. Today, it's Gnome; imagine if tomorrow the Samba team decided that future versions of Air Max 90 Usa

It's also a great platform for C development/testing. Its really tight security configuration has a way of shaking out subtle memory bugs that go unnoticed on Linux or OSX.

dfc 648 days ago link

"Well, the question is how long OpenBSD will continue to survive without a modern desktop version."How long will Cisco IOS continue to survive without a modern desktop version?Even our most die hard OpenBSD "everywhere" fanatics (and we have a number of them) don't run it as their Desktop OS, and have never suggested you should. It owns the market for stable, well defined, well documented, consistent, x86 Firewalls and secure servers. People need to realize that trying to Nike Air Max 90 Pink And Grey

silentbicycle 648 days ago link

ghshephard 648 days ago link

dfc 648 days ago link

Funny enough, this is how I see and use Linux as well as a server OS. I have little concern of its Desktop prominence.

Nick_C 647 days ago link

thaumaturgy 648 days ago link

I run OpenBSD with a desktop on an iMac G4, mainly as a hobby machine to continuously loop through and display photo slideshows. (For the uninitiated, it's NetBSD that is supposed to be the one that runs on anything.)I really like having it around to do things like experiment with pf, and test C development in a non Linux environment. I wish more of them offered the BSDs.

In 15 years of working in IT organizations at various companies I've seen hundreds of people run Solaris as their Desktop OS (mostly 1996 1998 at Netscape), various Macintosh System OS's and Irix as their desktop, at times everyone was running Linux as their Desktop OS, and nowadays OS X seems to be popular (obviously there has always been a lot of Windows Desktop Usage)I have never, once, seen OpenBSD run as a Desktop OS. I've never installed it on the desktop. I've never seen anybody install it on the desktop. Not once in 15 years. It was around 2004, I think, and what caused me to transition was a slightly too big number of bugs in FreeBSD at the time. It supported all of my hardware at the time, the sound card was enabled by default and the ports were in much better shape than in FBSD they actually compiled, every single one that I tried, while FBSD had quite a few broken ones. Overall, the experience was very good and I migrated back to FreeBSD much later than I was able to (ie. For people like me FreeBSD is an obvious solution, but if it irritates me again I'll look in OpenBSD direction. I'd be very happy if it was ready to accept me as a desktop user then.

sedachv 648 days ago link

And DragonFly's dntpd! It's time sync algorithms are actually pretty cool.

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vsrinivas 648 days ago link

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smbd would require systemd, and justified their decision by saying, "Well, it's not like the BSDs have been active on our mailing list." What does OpenBSD do then?At what point does their niche become too small to sustain the project?

"I, and several of my colleagues, have been running dozens of OpenBSD systems for about 10+ years. In particularly, OpenBSD had an elegant IPv6 Firewall/failover mechanism about 5 years before Cisco finally decided to port Active/Failover to their ASA platform so we were forced through sheer necessity to deploy OpenBSD in what was otherwise an all Cisco shop. So the entire thesis of this article is beyond silly to me.

Well, the question is how long OpenBSD will continue to survive without a modern desktop version. Linux has been enjoying a remarkable growth of support over the last few years thanks primarily to its slow incursion of the desktop market. But, I expect that it's rapidly shrinking relative to the amount of support that Linux is currently enjoying, and that's going to lead to OpenBSD getting less and less upstream support, which is eventually going to strangle the project. The small OpenBSD development team simply won't have the resources to rewrite all of the big upstream packages. (And I'm not talking about Gnome here; OpenBSD already has its own httpd and its own smtpd, for example.)

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Even our most die hard OpenBSD "everywhere" fanatics (and we have a number of them) don't run it as their Desktop OS, and have never suggested you should. I had to switch to Linux because Adobe will not port Flash to OpenBSD, and all the shiny plug and play stuff that comes by default with Lubuntu. OpenBSD ports was also really behind for things like Firefox. If OpenBSD had Flash, pulseaudio, Chrome with gtalk plugin and/or Skype, and good plug and play support for memory cards/USB sticks/external displays, it would be a perfectly fine desktop OS.

chrony seems to be the only clock synch tool that is mindful of power saving and suspend/hibernation. OpenNTP synchs clocks with acceptable accuracy for common use cases without running a ton of code that only a few people fully understand.

Thanks. OP is misleading because it implies OpenBSD used to have a non negligible share of the desktop.

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