NetBSD

NetBSD: An Alternative to Xubuntu and Ubuntu Lite for Machines With Low Specs

I know a number of people who advocate the use of Xubuntu on resource-constrained desktop systems. But there has recently been talk about how the resource usage of Xubuntu is growing at a rapid pace. Along these lines, today I read an article that considers the use of Ubuntu Lite as an alternative to Xubuntu [...]

NetBSD is a perfect example of bloat-free software.

There was some discussion at Slashdot recently about bloat-free software. Many people were giving examples such as Firefox, Opera, and GIMP. But when it comes to truly bloat-free software, I think NetBSD is a perfect example. Necessity is part of the reason why NetBSD is bloat-free. A bloated operating system just cannot run on the [...]