Articles: NetBSD would be perfect for Intel's ClassMatePC, and others
So I've stumbled across this blog entitled
"Pain and Glory from the Trenches of the IT World"
which happens to have a number of nice articles that mention NetBSD,
e.g. this article on why
NetBSD would be perfect for Intel's ClassMatePC.
After using Debian Linux in Qemu for a few days, I'm ALL (more than ever :)
in favour of using NetBSD on platforms with low CPU power -- Debian just was a
pain to boot through, while NetBSD was quick'n'spiffy.
Plus hey, NetBSD DOES run most of the Linux software, anyways. :)
FWIW, another article
"NetBSD: An alternative to Xubuntu and Ubuntu Lite for machines with low specs"
talks about the same topic, as does
"Inherent bloat with desktop-specific Linux distributions".
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