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Leon Stafford Apr 18
Thanks for a thorough walkthrough of Ubuntu on w/ vmm(4). Needed to build a yarn project against my will and after usual JS dependency mess and "not supported on OpenBSD" libraries, it deserves its own cage to live in
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👽V6Shell(Jeff)🐡 Apr 19
Are some spleen versions possible too since spleen is the (non-X11) console font on . Of course, the console has black, not white background. So, white on black (or a nice variation of it) would represent reality better in this case. =^) /dev/ttyC[0-35] .. yay (^=
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Leon Stafford Apr 18
Replying to @IbneIqbal @ubuntu
In the meantime, can download the installer a few/ten times
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Wesley Apr 19
encryption utility using LibreSSL :
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Niko Rosvall 11h
Reason I prefer using OpenBSD over Linux nowadays is that it's very well integrated system. In general all BSD's are.
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Sahaj Sarup @ home Apr 18
Damn... build isn't very friendly :/ But it works now (Mute before watching)
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(((Dr. Brian Robert Callahan))) 12h
Replying to @tpenguinltg
In my repo, there's a branch named red. If you check out that branch and run `configure --program-name=red' you'll get the restricted ed behavior. Not sure I want to add it to master (since I want to keep it as close to ed as possible) but it's easy to maintain both.
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Bruno Flückiger 17h
I don't use Linux, I use .
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Michael Salmon Apr 18
do you know how encryption works? Have you read Bruce Schneider, written optimized C on ? Your article talks about , your headline is on - they are different things. should have a real technologist eg
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Roman 🦄🐡 Apr 13
Asking for a friend: Audible hiss/static from audio on X230. Any ideas why? and how to fix? -- I've never experienced that myself, audio on my OpenBSD computers works perfectly.
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Jan-Piet MENS 8h
The thingsd proxy daemon provides a mechanism for clients and client processes to communicate with an array of serial and IoT things. At its core, thingsd is primarily a data aggregator and repeater.
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ListNUX 20h
httpd: Adding mime types to avoid "Content-Type: Application/Octed-Stream" ``` # /etc/httpd.conf types { text/css css text/html html htm text/plain txt image/gif gif image/jpeg jpeg jpg image/png png application/javascript js application/xml xml } ```
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Leon Stafford 1h
Time to re-awaken the muscle-memory! "In ksh(1), bound ^L (ctrl-l) to clear the screen rather than redrawing." Among the 835 fixes/changes in 6.5
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Niko Rosvall 10h
Maybe would like to sponsor me a laptop for BSD development? It would help me, OpenBSD, FreeBSD and open source in general.
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Vincent Delft 🇧🇪 Apr 19
. Update shared drm code, inteldrm(4) and radeondrm(4) from linux 4.4 to linux 4.19.34.
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Vetelko Apr 19
My little fish at moved from -stable flood to -current 🙂🐡
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Leon Stafford 13h
Replying to @nrosva @freetonik
In Linux-land, I felt like an advanced user. rightly reminds me of what a beginner I am. But allows me to do so much with an investment in learning. It's such a rewarding OS to learn.
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Tom Smyth Apr 16
6.5 beta... I never knew that the gui would be so fast ... i typically use as a router... but the Ui ...is very very fast... blender, gimp, chrome ... just being so responsive... on a Lenovo T430 ... I just need to get used to the right click vs left click
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Vetelko 9h
I removed . drill tonight :) --
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8008 10h
What is the must have desktop softwar for your installation? Besides of Window manager etc
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