Excellent. I am not using any software that runs on BSD at the moment. Most scientific computing software run on Linux for my case. I am very intrigued by the prospects offered by BSD, especially on security.
Now I have a plan. I am going to try out OpenBSD, but not on my laptop. I plan to replace the Puppy Linux with OpenBSD on my USB drive. (Sorry Mike. I couldn't resist secure systems... especially after joining the Study Hall. )
So, is that (referring to making a bootable USB OpenBSD system):
a ) advisable?
b ) feasible?
Edited by Nicholas_Kang, 17 August 2018 - 09:37 AM.