I've been trying to use OpenBSD on an older (2009) Toshiba laptop but I am
running into some difficulty with ACPI. What appears to be happening is that
as soon as the \_PIC method is invoked inside acpimadt the machine usually
just reboots (with the May 31st snapshot it now no longer reboots,
For a while now I've been unable to get my cardbus controller to recognize
a card insertion or card ejection event. Or at least the kernel does not
print out any messages that seem to indicate that the controller is even
working. The controller recognizes a card has been inserted only if a
Jacob Meuser wrote:
or, quit using firefox. it's security record is rather lousy, wouldn't
That's a stupid outlook on things... 18.104.22.168 was released in July, that's
a hell of a long time between April, exploits in depencies are bound to
show up in that time frame.
Are there any other Java developers using OpenBSD as their native
I'm using Java (well actually the Kaffe port) to do J2ME development
as a hobby. Currently I have a problem with getting any J2ME emulator
to run under kaffe, but
i've been happily testing acpi following -current since six or seven
and i've noticed a little regressions :
- before June, it worked perfectly, halt -p power-offs the machine, i have
acpi detected in dmesg.
- after around start of June, halt -p doesn't poweroff the machine
What about using the EFIKA board? (http://www.pegasosppc.com/efika.php).
Seems like it would meet all the requirements that Uwe was looking for. Oh
and it's a PPC system on a chip. Not x86. I believe it works with NetBSD.
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