Hi - I'm trying to connect my Lenovo Laptop a monitor via HDMI but I'm
getting no output (below I'm including messages regarding xrandr, dmesg,
Any pointing to the right direction would be much appreciated.
$ uname -a
OpenBSD S400 6.1 GENERIC.MP#115
>From all discussions:
1) a solution looking for a problem
2) the problems github tries to address are not considered urgent nor
important problems by OpenBSD developers
3) migration cost/benefit is not worth it - and using 2 different methods
of VC take away focus from the team".
On Sunday, 7
Hi all! I'm trying to use a Logitech wireless mouse - it gets detected
(dmesg attached) but it doesn't work. The laptop has trackpad and it is
working OK. A regular USB mouse works simply plugging, but not a wireless
It's not a bluetooth device, so AKAIU it should be working. I tried looking
Just my 2 cents (I hope my comments are not misleading in terms of the
The content you would usually find in Linux tutorials, as "recipes" (e.g.
"type these characters to find happiness") in OpenBSD
AFAIK are incorporated into:
1) "quasi-tutorials" man pages - e.g.
AFAIK systat displays info, it doesn't allow to limit bandwidth for example
On Thursday, 31 December 2015, Brian Conway wrote:
> systat will show you most of what pftop does, no package necessary.
As I understand, one of the reasons for the Foundation to avoid targeted
contributions is to preserve the independence of the project - in the
current model they are accountable for allocating the resources as they see
fit. So IMHO there is value in that model for that regard. On the other
ers should *NOT*
need to get involved in this discussion, this is between non-developers and
the OpenBSD foundation).
On Tue, Dec 1, 2015 at 6:18 PM, Michel Behr <michelb...@gmail.com> wrote:
> As I understand, one of the reasons for the Foundation to avoid targeted
Krzysztof, dmesg output could also be helpful for people trying to help you
Interesting how this applies to so many other contexts in our lives -
especially in business and overall management related matters: "Always
provide as much information as possible. Try to pin-point the exact
I don't have a server recommendation. Just my 0.02: for rootbsd, the fact
they might be too small do have its advantages in terms of exposure (who
would spend too much energy trying to hack them?). And for rootbsd or any
other option some backup policy would be recommended, right? (So even with
Countryguy, I guess my challenge would be this: If you consire all
this easy and important, why don't you start right away implementing on
those ideas and share the links with the results with everyone? (This
is what I say to myself every time I think about something on the lines of
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