Hi; I'm looking for something to replace an elderly i-386 system that's provided firewall/lan router and sundry servers for my home network, and which has finally died. The rpi2 looks a fair contender; however the dead system ran freebsd, and ideally I'd want to run freebsd or something similar on the replacement.
I gather that fbsd sort-of runs on the pi - but there's an issue noted with the hdmi output - can anyone confirm this and suggest when (if?) it's likely to be fixed?
Otherwise netbsd looks a contender, but their website is fairly vague about running on the rpi (and multi-processor support looks an issue) - does anyone have this running successfully (and a useful set of ports such as apache)?
Any other useful thoughts on the subject welcome, thanks!