I'm a "linux guy" who wants a little bit more security... I'm still learning openBSD, but I like the project's idea to build software with security in mind.Also, PF seems pretty good and I'm willing to learn it and if possible to deploy a CARP-ed cluster.
Sadly, I am still hesitant to try the gui... yet, there are a lot of stuff this BSD can be used for - from a firewall/router to a full blown Laptop distro. And Of course, I love the documentation. Best Regards, Strahil Nikolov >I first started using it around version 4.3. I was trying BSD's after >using Linux for a bit, and tried FreeBSD first. > >But OpenBSD was the only one that supported my laptop's WiFi card. And >getting everything running was much less of a hassle. > >It's the best BSD for getting a fine workstation up quickly. > >My Thinkpad T60 running OpenBSD got me through college just fine. > >It's the first operating system that I was able to do lots of cool >sysadmin stuff because of how simple it is. > >And also the first operating system I found that was easier to find >answers in the manual, and not through Google. > >Also the OS that inspired me to learn C programming. > >OpenBSD is the best BSD, and getting better every release.