Am Samstag, 1. November 2014 schrieb Robert Peters: > FreeBSD sounds like a possibility (and no systemd). Thinking of > installing to see about running TDE in it. But its boot image > requires a MBR primary or GUID partition. So I would have to back up > my disk in order to convert to GUID partitioning...one thing leads to > another...will consider it...Robert I'm already evaluating FreeBSD for my desktop. As far as I've come it's working at least as good as wheezy on older laptops (T60 / T61 / X60 - I don't have newer). At the moment I have XFCE and FVWM running, but it's definitly missing a good file manager like konqueror. I'm verry happy that François and Slávek put effort in getting TDE working on OpenBSD, so chances are I'll escape systemd :-) Nik -- Please do not email me anything that you are not comfortable also sharing with the NSA.