|After many many hours of fiddling around with qt, I've decided that I don't like OpenBSD after all. When a system's tsort can't even sort a few nodes of things without permanently freezing, and the best help you can find online says to use packages, and when deleting a directory takes over an hour, that says to me that I should install another OS. FreeBSD, perhaps, since I had no objections to that when I was using it... Though I'm finding its inability to allow a decent
cached minimal install rather aggravating. OpenBSD is probably alright for those willing to submit to using packages, much like Debian, for Linux. By that analogy, I think FreeBSD is the Slackware of the BSD world. My apologies to my non-geek readers.