Yeah… Hi. Is it possible for the Qubes team to release a Qubes version that just have the name openbsd in it? Like linux mint versions… Some linux mint version use debian. ( LMDE is a Linux Mint project which stands for “Linux Mint Debian Edition”.)
In what ways would Qubes be even greater if OpenBSD was integrated in Qubes? Qubes is already great in my opinion, but there’s way much more room for improvement in anything really… So Qubes could be like 4% of what it could be. Not that i’m saying it’s bad. Windows 10 would be like 0,00035% of what it could be in that expression. I’m exaggerating here about Qubes and my examples. Qubes is awesome!
Just saying… Imagine the thought of the Qubes idea in 200 years. That’s my point.
How would an openbsd netVM be a better solution then fedora or debian? Even dom0…
Plus disposable netvm even. sys-net. That sounds like security.
Operating systems are always evolving and designs… And it’s an experimental OS.
How would people not love qubes even more if there where builds so people could pick and choose?
2 or 3 max i guess… I’ve read about OpenBSD and that needs to be integrated in Qubes in my opinion. Even dom0 should use it…
Is this possible, if so, why has it not been done yet?
Might just be hard to do i don’t know. I understand if the people have much to do already with such an advanced OS though… Might be too much to ask to implement openBSD, but it would be better then fedora i’m guessing and it’s possible to blend different OSes in one OS which is cool.
If some have time, or when… If they feel like it. This is something i think should be very cool in Qubes. OpenBSD.
edit: The power of the questions… Note to self.