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👽V6Shell(Jeff)🐡
Etsh (V6Shell) provides 2 ports of the original /bin/sh from V6 (circa 1975). Jeff,aka ,develops this project. ❤♓
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Peter N. M. Hansteen Jul 16
I'm very happy to have my own The Book of PF included in this Humble Bundle by No Starch Press for the benefit of the Electronic Frontier Foundation: (You also get 's Absolute OpenBSD)
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👽V6Shell(Jeff)🐡 3h
I can count on losing about 1 or 2% of the available charge every 10 or 15 minutes or so.
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👽V6Shell(Jeff)🐡 3h
Gotcha (on point 1), and I wish mine did too (on point 2); fortunately, I'm satisfied with my Dell Inspiron 5567's battery performance on . It almost exactly matches the description that wrote (?on his blog?) for his new laptop in 2016 or 17 (before BSDCan 2017).
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👽V6Shell(Jeff)🐡 8h
wsconsctl display.brightness=... has no effect for me, as my hardware <-> OpenBSD don't make it possible .. I can only adjust brightness from the BIOS :( .. But on the bright side, xrandr does the job :)
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👽V6Shell(Jeff)🐡 8h
pkg_add(ed) it a bit ago and just gave it a whirl. Cool. ( I use xrandr like you do ( or did now? ;) ), Roman. Normally 0.8 for me. ~~~ 1 disadvantage of xrandr for dimming is that it doesn't help to slow battery drain
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👽V6Shell(Jeff)🐡 22h
Never used sct before... Man page time.. Thanks, your guys' conversation taught me something new and useful that I needed to know! :)
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👽V6Shell(Jeff)🐡 23h
@v6shell@mastodon.sdf.org 🔗 - - So, I made it home safe & sound from Windsor, Ontario, Canada... Where I tapped all available resources & bought enough & to last for 6 months.. Either way, I'm a happy camper atm! 😀🎉
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👽V6Shell(Jeff)🐡 Jul 19
Replying to @tuxbsd
Yikes. I wish you well in the meantime (as your feet landing progresses).
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👽V6Shell(Jeff)🐡 Jul 18
BG == shiny (89 mg/dL) while driving to buy my and stuff in ... :)
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Reyk Flöter Jul 17
Replying to @mwlauthor
”Hey, Linux geek, here’s some OpenBSD – and some PF. Just come a bit closer.“ 🎈
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👽V6Shell(Jeff)🐡 Jul 17
=^) ! next year .. yay ! (^= ~~~ thanks to & dmr for reminding us !
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👽V6Shell(Jeff)🐡 Jul 17
Replying to @tribblix
Thank you for including / adding () 5.2.0 to ! =)
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Antoine Jacoutot Jul 16
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Peter Tribble Jul 16
Changes in 0m20.5 prerelease
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👽V6Shell(Jeff)🐡 Jul 15
@v6shell@bsd.network 🔗 - % sysctl(1) - ; I believe you may like it. Do a 'systat uvm' and see ===== Stats Counters pageins pgswapin pgswapout .. This should help if 'systat swap' doesn't .. I think =)
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👽V6Shell(Jeff)🐡 Jul 14
Replying to @DoctorWkt
Aaah ok. That makes sense and puts it into perspective. Thank you kindly, Warren.
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👽V6Shell(Jeff)🐡 Jul 14
Replying to @v6shell
The weird thing to me is that it really doesn't feel like it's any slower! But wait, isn't swapping supposed to be a bad thing? And who says so anyway?? I've always had enough RAM that swap usage was always 0. So, I really never thought about it, but I'm curious now :^)
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👽V6Shell(Jeff)🐡 Jul 14
Curious, if you're running with 512MB of RAM, are you using any of your swap or not? I ask because we reduced my vmd(8) VM's RAM from 1GB at . Before, it never used any of it's swap, but now it does. Not much, 16MB of 750MB.
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Roman Zolotarev Jul 13
Book your VM today! 60 EUR per year (10% goes to Foundation)
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PatríciaMMarcos Jul 13
| ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄ ̄| History doesn’t Repeat itself. People repeat history. History is a human production |___________| (\__/) || (•ㅅ•) || /   づ
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