I would love to use OpenBSD on my LG GRAM laptop.
The boot until up to a point is quite fast, but then slows down
dramatically. The same behavior if installed on disk or booting from
the USB Installer, every operation takes seconds to complete, the
keyboard input seems ok, but after
set misc unique,selfcopy
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> Subject: Thoughts or links on optimally secure defaults for pf.conf and
> fstab, whilst aiming to minimise support issues.
> We are basing the server
On Mon, 8 Jun 2020 at 13:51, Marcus MERIGHI wrote:
> Sorry to hear that; I just made sure that "it works for me", on amd64
> -current. dmesg below.
OK, thanks for the Info, maybe I have to check the driver, although my
C is very rusty :-)
p.s. my complete dmesg:
On Sun, 7 Jun 2020 at 23:07, wrote:
> "Switch 1024" wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have a Ultimate Hacking Keyboard  and it seems to prevent my
> undefined external reference: 
AAAhrgl, you got me there %)
I have a Ultimate Hacking Keyboard  and it seems to prevent my
lenovo X1 Carbon 4th gen. from suspending and hibernating.
Sometimes it works, but more often than not, the power led flashes
rapidly, the displays turn off, hdmi cuts out, the fan starts up and
after quite some
On Sun, 7 Jun 2020 at 14:06, Marcus MERIGHI wrote:
> switch1...@gmail.com (Switch 1024), 2020.06.07 (Sun) 08:59 (CEST):
> > tldr; My question is, how can I get HDMI Events, I want to execute scripts
> > when a new HDMI (or DP, for that matter) device is connected or
> One suggestion would be to, just like on Linux, run jobs that need to
> run at least once a day (if the machine is up at least once a day) using
> anacron. The anacron tool is available as a package.
> You would trigger anacron with a "@reboot", and possibly also with a
> "@daily" cron job.
tldr; My question is, how can I get HDMI Events, I want to execute scripts
when a new HDMI (or DP, for that matter) device is connected or disconnected.
Maybe there is a really obvious or simple way or solution but I did not see it.
Reading the man page for kqueue, I was very
first time OpenBSD user here. I came from 20 years of linux, then 6
years of freebsd, and finally arrived at OpenBSD, thank you guys for
doing such a great job. It just feels right, feels like home!
While checking about how to backup the system correctly, and what
files I need to recover
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