[nycbug-talk] soho router options (soekris?)

G. Rosamond george
Wed Jan 26 13:13:08 EST 2005

On Jan 26, 2005, at 1:02 PM, Charles Sprickman wrote:

> On Tue, 25 Jan 2005, Marc Spitzer wrote:
>> Since things have quited down here, let me pour gas on the coals:
>> We should use NetBSD for the OS and not OpenBSD and here is why:
> That's an interesting idea...  My best guess is that this list is 
> mainly freebsd users with a sprinkling of openbsd users and just about 
> no NetBSD users.  That's kind of sad considering the number of NYC 
> folks on the Net team...  Anyhow it sounds very interesting.  I've 
> been meaning to play with NetBSD again (haven't used it since 0.9).

Not at all Chip.

> Any NetBSD folks here?

There's a bunch, besides Roland. . .

> Anyone want to give a quick market-speak rundown on XEN?  I know you 
> need a specific OS port to make it work, but I'm unsure if a Linux 
> "host" is required or not and what kind of resource allocation control 
> the host OS has over the guests.
> I'm all for your idea.  I'd rather learn NetBSD than some 
> distro-du-jour.


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