Contributed by jason on from the they-know-good-code-when-they-taste-it dept.
Software in Review has a very positive review of OpenBSD 4.0. In particular, they rave on the stability of the system, the quality of the new wireless drivers, and how well the upgrade path works from OpenBSD 3.9.
"I've tried hard to find a significant weak point in this operating system, but there just isn't one. Put simply, OpenBSD makes Unix fun and interesting. It's the only Unix-like operating system that you can build, customize, and update without running into strange problems, bugs, and growing pains. Upgrades are done with confidence, not trepidation, and once configured, there isn't a whole lot of worrying to do."
Read the full review here.
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