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froop wrote

I've considered. But BSD is even less mainstream than linux, which means more things not working/not being userfriendly and needing to be hacked.

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dieselriot OP wrote

That's one of the reasons I learned more from BSD in a couple days than from using linux for years. FreeBSD has a handbook that actually tells you how the system works and walks you through advanced tasks. On my current setup (laptop) everything works, (after some hacking) with a few perks I didn't have in linux. The only thing that half works is setting the backlight, I have to do it from sysctl but it works.

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