I walk-through downloading OpenBSD 5.2, burning it on a CD-ROM, and finally installing it on my IBM ThinkPad T30 and booting it up for the first time and then shutting it down. My next video will show you how to set up OpenBSD 5.2 after the first boot up.
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.
Also, I will proceed in using Java listeners to my market data to populate a MYSQL database, have R access the data for the analytics. This should work for the time being instead of spinning my wheels with the wonky inadequate install guides for RHadoop and RHIPE. Sorry, but if anyone can provide detailed complete end to end documents that work to get either RHadoop or RHIPE working, I am eager to listen. I like to see something like this which works flawlessly: