OpenBSD Journal

New Embedded OpenBSD released

Contributed by Dengue on from the New-Embedded-OpenBSD-released dept.

Jyhad Yanoff writes : "There are some people at emBSD who have just released version 1.0 of emBSD, a stripped down version of OpenBSD that runs on compact flash cards. They are just getting everything up and running, but are happy to help and very knowledgable."

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  1. By r2q2 () on

    does anyone know about a embedded openbsd that is on PPC hardware?

  2. By Rado () on

    I hope to see some more Real Time features in emBSD and other processor support

    Only that will make big diffence!

  3. By Anonymous Coward () on

    I wonder if there will be an ARM port (there should be enough code to thieve from NetBSD)?

    ARM cores are dirt cheap and in need of a decent OS at the moment (other than vxWorks which costs a fortune). Nice work whoever did this.

  4. By Anonymous Coward () on

    Is the purpose of EmBSD just to provide the community with a stripped down version of OpenBSD? Cause a few months back there was an article in SysAdmin magazine that highlighted and gave instructions on how to install OpenBSD on small hard drives/flash cards.


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