What is the "better / best " method to multi-boot different OSes natively WITHOUT VirtualBox(es) ?
galtsev at kicp.uchicago.edu
Wed Oct 28 14:32:36 UTC 2020
> On Oct 28, 2020, at 9:22 AM, Arthur Chance <freebsd at qeng-ho.org> wrote:
> On 28/10/2020 13:17, Polytropon wrote:
>> On Wed, 28 Oct 2020 08:11:10 +0000, Arthur Chance wrote:
>>> On 28/10/2020 06:36, Ralf Mardorf wrote:
>>>> In the end you need to read a lot of papers and decide on your own what
>>>> is "the best" for you or in your opinion.
>>> And know that will change a few months later anyway. :-)
>> If you are lucky (and do your homework!), you should be able to
>> settle for hardware that will work good for a long time, rather
>> than buying something for $$$$$ that is "the best" for two weeks,
>> then discovered as having faulty firmware, and break & brick
>> entirely after 6 months... ;-)
>> Personally, I prefer "good for a long time" over "best for a
>> short time", but for whatever you decide, the moment you make
>> the choice, there will be new options for (probably) better
>> choices, and if it's just "the same for less money". So in the
>> end, you'll have something that works, but be angry because you
>> could have had something better for less money.
> As an old friend of mine remarked (~25 years ago!), if you believe in
> waiting a few months to buy a new computer because a better one is due
> soon, you'll never buy a computer because there's always a better one
> due soon.
My boss almost 2 decades ago said: you buy new computer, but the moment you unpack it it is already obsolete.
>> Researching and buying hardware is no fun anymore.
> The number of people predicting the demise of Moore's Law doubles
> every 18 months.
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