This could be the best OpenBSD Linux tutorial I have seen for installing on VMWARE

(Last Updated On: December 11, 2014)

This could be the best OpenBSD Linux tutorial I have seen for installing on VMWARE

Yes barebones system is what I am looking at install with here for a potential production system. Redis has been confirmed to run on this

http://portsmon.freebsd.org/portoverview.py?category=databases&portname=redis

I also found some queries on Erlang for OpenBSD as well so we may be good there . GCC for C++ and C with Open JDK for Java should be obvious as well.

So that is an extra check!

This got me thinking about Java 8 using lambdas calling Redis on a barebones system. You could also involve a Matlab code generated C Files (from Coder toolbox) as well. This means you cut all the other stuff like Erlang, Python, R, etc. We are talking barebones with pure C and Java with lambdas. Latest advancements of Redis makes this all possible.

Update: There is no OpenJDK 8 for OpenBSD at all so forget this option of OpenBSD

So it back to that Ubuntu vs Debian vs CentOS debate but that is minor.

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