I have been using the "openup" service to keep my amd64 machine updated
to the latest stable, i.e. 6.5, available at
Recently I get:
===> Checking for openup
after reading the sh man page I have been wondering:
When is the line editing mode described just after the
'COMMAND HISTORY AND COMMAND LINE EDITING' heading relevant?
[I know there exist vi and emacs modes, but I cannot make my
ksh shell behave along the lines described in the
January 22, 2019 12:46 AM, "Stuart Henderson" wrote:
> Yes, as is pdfnup - "pkg_add pkglocatedb" then "pkglocate pdfjam".
> (For some reason the programs are in texlive_base but the manpages are in
To me it seems (I had texlive_base installed but not
January 21, 2019 11:00 PM, "Vincent" wrote:
> Personnally I'm doing it via the lp command in the cups package:
> lp -o number-up=2 filename
Well, that uses cups, which I don't use.
I want to print a pdf, but with two pages put
on one physical page.
On linux, pdfnup or pdfjam can do it.
I cannot find these for OpenBSD.
What do you use then?
December 4, 2018 9:18 PM, "Stuart Henderson" wrote:
> On 2018-12-04, rsyk...@disroot.org wrote:
>> Dear list,
>> I am running OpenBSD desktop, but I need to use my usb-connected
>> tablet wacom Intuos3, which, under OpenBSD, cannot be used together
>> with pressure sensitivity.
I am running OpenBSD desktop, but I need to use my usb-connected
tablet wacom Intuos3, which, under OpenBSD, cannot be used together
with pressure sensitivity.
Thus, I thought I could install, say, Alpine linux under vm, and
use the tablet via linux. I have Alpine running in vm now.
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