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Step by Step USB Install of OpenBSD Unix

OpenBSD Unix was born in the 1990's after its creator, Theo de Raadt, separated from the NetBSD Unix project, which he was also a founder of. Shortly after its creation, OpenBSD focused on being a strong and secure operating system free of defects that could be exploited by bad actors such as cybercriminals. OpenBSD now has an excellent reputation as being a secure operating system and also is ported to many different platforms, including the common AMD64, as well as ports for ARM and SPARC. OpenBSD Unix has minimal hardware requirements and can be run effectively even on older, slower computing platforms. OpenBSD is also used as a base operating system for various firewall appliances sold and distributed by different companies.

Theo de Raadt is the founder and lead developer for OpenBSD Unix. Before starting the OpenBSD project in the 1990's, he was a founder and developer on the NetBSD Unix project. He was born in South Africa in 1968, but his family immigrated to Canada whi…

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