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Folks from the and community; what is the difference exactly? I'm looking to try out one of these systems, but I'm not sure what the core difference is and what project I should try to install 🤔

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@Bloodaxe they are different in most aspects. Different kernels, defaults, filesystems, preinstalled apps and services...

Openbsd is generally speaking, by default more secure, slower, polished and ready to use from start.

Freebsd has better performance, it has modern filesystem (ZFS) and it is does not install to ready to use graphical desktop.

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