On May 6, 2019 8:55:41 PM UTC, Wolfgang Pfeiffer wrote:
> Has anyone actually tried to use that controller on a fresh or older
>OpenBSD? If yes: successful?
> I found hints in the 6.5 ports tree relating to that controller (and
>the sdl2 package seems to be part of the regular
On April 29, 2019 6:51:30 PM UTC, Benny wrote:
>I am planning an openbsd arm AR glasses setup. Is it possible for Xorg
>to split an output into two, which I can use xrandr to mirror them?
>I have tried fakeXrandr which creates virtual monitors that can't be
>mirrored. Xephyr is not
On April 28, 2019 10:47:25 AM UTC, Strahil Nikolov
>Well, the link gives enough info.
>Did anyone test the html to plaintext reformat option?
>Sadly my phone apps do not support plain text (maybe someone can
>recoomend one for Android).
K9 mail on Android supports plaintext (account
On April 6, 2019 5:01:17 PM UTC, Leonid Bobrov wrote:
>Here's a small story: my boyfriend temporary has a laptop and he's not
>allowed to prune Windows 8.1 from it, so he has to setup dualboot. Also
>he wants OpenBSD part of the disk to be encrypted. And one more thing:
>That MAKEDEV solution would not be permanent,
>maybe I should try to see what devices the
>System has when nothing is inserted.
>> On Mar 30, 2019, at 16:19, "tfrohw...@fastmail.com"
>>> On March 29, 2019 9:42:44 PM UTC, Normen Wohne
On March 29, 2019 9:42:44 PM UTC, Normen Wohner wrote:
>I cannot use my SD Reader for keydisk purposes.
>It does show up in dmesg and should be there on boot.
>Since my SD reader is bundled with a
>Sony MemoryStick reader I see them both coming up
>when I plug in the SD Card.
>The MS umass shows
On March 19, 2019 7:59:49 PM UTC, fink...@dismail.de wrote:
>I'm trying to run
On February 19, 2019 2:16:04 PM UTC, Leonid Bobrov wrote:
>I want to write a program that executes a particular code at key press,
>where can I find documentation about that? I have example program which
>int kbdfd = open("/dev/wskbd", O_RDWR,
On February 16, 2019 6:41:49 PM UTC, Jason McIntyre wrote:
>hi. hoping someone knows what's happening here...
>i installed -current amd64 on an old dell latitude e6320 laptop.
>it ran fine for a few hours, but on a subsequent reboot the disk (an
>seemed to disappear:
>>>>> Wow, it makes the Jahshaka works!
>>>>> However, it still has some bugs, because it moves and stop
>>>>> move again. Whine the animation stops, t
On December 5, 2018 9:41:44 AM UTC, "岡本健二" wrote:
>This errors come from
>The mesa version of OpenBSD6.4 is 13.0.6.
>I'm running this Jahshaka on Ubutu 18.04, where the mesa version is
>So, it may be the mesa
On November 12, 2018 3:35:10 AM UTC, Michael Steeves
>I'd e-mailed about the list about getting this error when trying to
>22:29 steevmi1@pattern:~$ R
>R version 3.5.1 (2018-07-02) -- "Feather Spray"
>Copyright (C) 2018 The R Foundation for Statistical Computing
>Adding a "#!/bin/sh" at the top of the scripts made them all work
Sounds like now the behavior is as it should be. If you really need the old
behavior back you could try running the scripts with the dot command.
On September 4, 2018 2:11:11 PM UTC, Maurice McCarthy
>On 03/09/2018, Thomas de Grivel wrote:
>> Is there any way to use the DRM drivers without X11 ?
>Probably not. The X sets in base are an integral part of the whole
>operating system. You install them whether or not you use X.
It should work as otherwise outlined in the FAQ. The softraid partition is
marked as RAID when you check with disklabel. Let's say that patrtition is
sd2a. In that case run
# bioctl -c C -l /dev/sd2a softraid0
It will ask you for the encryption password and then tell you what device it
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