Get to know NetBSD – an operating system that travels

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NetBSD is best known for its portability and quality of design 🙂 It is often used in embedded systems.

FTA, “NetBSD has an interesting architecture, which is often taken for granted and rarely commented on outside Berkeley Software Distribution (BSD) circles. The system’s well thought-out design allows for wide hardware support, a small footprint, stability, and security. NetBSD’s unique features include a new paradigm for handling device drivers and other interesting innovations.”

Read more at IBM developerworks

Posted by: Vivek Gite

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