[rescue] modern OS's bloated?

Curtis H. Wilbar Jr. rescue at hawkmountain.net
Thu Jun 26 22:46:25 CDT 2003

>From: "C. Magnus Hedemark" <chris at yonderway.com>
>On Thursday, June 26, 2003, at 11:25 AM, Kurt Mosiejczuk wrote:
>> Especially this being the same list complaining about how
>> bloated software is nowadays =)
>How is OpenBSD 3.3 bloated?  I install it regularly on sun4m boxes with 
>500MB hard disks, and have plenty of room to spare most of the time 
>(usually at *least* half the disk is free after the OS is installed).

I've installed OpenBSD on x86 for a firewall in around 160 or so meg...
probably could have done it with less even but I didn't want to "fight"
that hard. (that 160 megs included some swap space).

-- Curt

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