The deal with Lemote is you want free box with no restricted anything
its the way to go. For 250 us dollar its not a bad network but for 500
for the 10.9 I can get a used I5 for that price easy.
Its just not the same to compair an intel aton or I3 to Lemote product.
I think it is and I
Henning Brauer lists-open...@bsws.de wrote:
I feel the price is too high
then don't buy a lemote, case closed.
The question was about where to get a good price on one. Scroll up asshole.
the person you insulted.
I insulted nobody except people who attacked me for daring to express the
If you don't have signal to add to the thread at least don't add to the
Could you please follow your own advise and simply STFU?
As long as you shitheads keep your gang bang going the STFU is going to have
to come from you.
Lars Hansson romaby...@gmail.com whined
I notice you spend much more time scolding people than actually saying
anything worthwhile. You should work on yourself and find out why that
is. Perhaps you could benefit from some anger management training?
I notice that Henning is contributing
And yet you, L.V. Lammert,
I am not Lammert. I don't approve of the way Lammert handled the issue but
that is separate from the fairly regular piss parades and walls of text
taking place here when a simple answer would work. The consensus of the
vocal parties is that contribution = abuseLicense
Currently my backup regime is woeful.
I have years worth of work on a Windows machine
and some stuff
scattered across OpenBSD machines.
I'm thinking of building a machine (the file server) to provide some
backup and central storage.
What newer smartphones do you recommend for using also as a tool for
managing OpenBSD servers (maybe windogs too) ? What experiences had you had
with smartphones and OpenBSD managing?
BlackBerry has built in VPN and you can also buy a few different SSH and
Violating copyright laws because software should be free or I found it
on the Internet!!! is dangerous if you actually have a job or your mommy
and daddy aren't willing to pay your legal costs if you get caught. Like
stealing money from winos, you might not get caught but it teaches
On Sunday 11 March 2012 07:57:35 Nomen Nescio wrote:
On Friday 09 March 2012 13:10:13 Nomen Nescio wrote:
Who in their right mind would EVER want to run this crap?
You answered your own question. My guess? People who are too cheap to
Finally! Some on-topic spam!
On Fri, Dec 11, 2009 at 06:24:24PM -0500, STeve Andre' wrote:
I am wondering if there is a port or otherwise available
code which is good at comparing large numbers of files in
an arbitrary number of directories? I always try avoid
wheel re-creation when possible. I'm trying to help some-
A client of mine asked me if I can develop a BSD project for them. I don't
have much experience with BSDs, and I have been collecting some background
I was given the choice between OpenBSD and NetBSD.
Now, since portability is not all that important, I was oriented
Is there a bitcoin client for OpenBSD or is anyone porting one? Seems like
OpenBSD would be a good OS to host a client considering there are viruses
and exploits of that well known *cough* OS *cough* that too many people use.
2012/10/16 Fritz Wuehler
...snip... Bottom line
appears to be a lone miner with a normal desktop computer is not going to be
able to do anything but heat up his room. I agree bitcoin is a cool concept
and design and the
> On Sat, Apr 27, 2019 at 03:13:00PM +0000, Anonymous wrote:
>> Here too: https://www.openbsd.org/65.html
> Does it matter? It is very common for publications to be dated in the
No, it's not common, neither for soft
Theo de Raadt:
> cho...@jtan.com wrote:
>> Anonymous writes:
>>> Otto Moerbeek:
>>>> On Sat, Apr 27, 2019 at 03:13:00PM +, Anonymous wrote:
>>>>> Here too: https://www.openbsd.org/65.html
Here too: https://www.openbsd.org/65.html
You wrote a brown nosed post.
No evidence of that from your post
that there are few things in this world that are held in as high esteem as
the C language.
Har dee har har. C is shite. Useful maybe but still shite.
It is a privilege to be able to write it really
Did you pay your
And in common tradition hoardes of OpenBSD devs shall come to the rescue
and spend hours of unpaid time so you won't have to spend US$300 on
a new computer. :rolleyes:
Fuck you man! Who needs a new computer? Blades rule! ;-)
I came to openbsd only recently trying to find a modern OS which will run
on my old sun blade 100.
Net and FreeBSD probably also support it. Depending on what you want to do
with your system I would recommend OpenBSD or FreeBSD. FreeBSD will have
more current apps (your complaint below) and is
I say again: The prices at the official European shop in the Netherlands
are sky high.
Thanks and HAPPY NEW YEAR EVERYBODY
i saw them on face book and amazon also 250 500 us dollars
Like Kurt Russell said, That's TOO FUCKING HIGH!!!
When they start selling them for a fair price let's say 50 bucks for the
black box and maybe 150 for a loaded laptop then it's time to buy. Until
then, tekmote isn't getting my
Perhaps he did. Wouldn't it be useful to help the guy trying to help
you (you know, the wheat) by giving a really simple and
straightforward answer, even if it is repeating yourself ? Probably
would've been less typing than what you just did (e.g. Sorry, I think
it runs as user ).
Now that I have it setup with the correct package path, etc, I am finding
out 5.0 is much better than 4.9 was;
Can you say exactly what is better? I found 4.9 very nice and had no issues
running it on a server.
What's so funny is that they put GNU/Linux on it, when gNU is supposed to
be about FREE dom. LOL. Fucking LOL.
That's perfect. GNU has nothing to do with free, it has to do with butt
fucking people until they become ASSimilated. Sounds like a match.
For poor people in third world countries I
Anonymous cripto () ecn ! org wrote:
I've heard of it (ZFS) but here's the thing, I struggle enough keeping
up with Wndows and OpenBSD I don't want to put another system into the
Understood. Unfortunately or fortunately however you look at it OpenBSD
doesn't have ZFS
I just downloaded PaderSync SSH Trial and I think I will buy the
I got it before it was a paid app whilst still in testing. It seems very
good and handles large keys well enough. The only objection I've got is the
menus and dialogs can be a bit wordy but it does seem to work fine.
* Patrick Lamaiziere patf...@davenulle.org [2012-02-29 13:12]:
I don't think.
it is very tempting to comment on that :)
As far I can see here with a rate of 50K packets through the system, it
already spents 50% in interrupt.
oh, really! that applies to each and every
the reason is you can download source code, look at it, make sure for
yourself there's no backdoors, build your own ISO from source code
You can but nobody does. If the entire OpenBSD team can't finish a complete
audit of OpenBSD in one release cycle how long do you suppose it would take
So I downloaded all the package files, wrote them to a USB stick,
created a bootable image with GRUB, booted into the OpenBSD installer
and off we go. Now, this computer already had Windows 7 and Linux,
plus about 16 GB of unpartitioned space where OpenBSD is going. It's
actually the same
That's interesting, as for me bsd.rd only creates sd0, so I have to find
the right sdN in dmesg and then cd /dev; sh MAKEDEV sdN if I want to
install OS there...
as somebody else said the easiest thing is to use whatever fdisk you prefer
and make an OpenBSD partition before starting the OBSD
Call IBM support. You will have 10 technicians onsite in a week.
And 10 invoices in tomorrow's mail.
I am running OpenBSD 5.1 SPARC (32 bit) under QEMU. It seems to work
perfectly except for a couple of minor annoyances one of which may be QEMU
In Emacs 23.4.1 -no-x from packages I am having a problem getting both
backspace and delete to work correctly at the same time,
What do you guys think about the reliability of the news (unfortunatelly
in German only) on www.golem.de
entschluesseln-1205-92031.html) that the German government claims to be
able to break
Marc Espie wrote:
W. Richard Stevens was THE best unix books author *ever*, bar none.
He's on a par with such CS giants as Don Knuth, writing-wise.
Advanced Unix programming is *the* best book to understand how
to write Unix code, PERIOD.
Are you saying the 1992 edition is still
Is there a bitcoin client for OpenBSD or is anyone porting one?
pstumpf@ posted one to ports@ a few months back:
Haven't heard of any updates since then.
Thanks I'll have a look.
On 16 October 2012 19:48, David Coppa dco...@gmail.com wrote:
On Tue, Oct 16, 2012 at 7:40 AM, Jay Patel rockworl...@gmail.com wrote:
Hi ... i copied the libskype.so under /usr/local/purple/ but it wont
show up under adding account or in plugin options ...how to link this
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