New 12" Retina Macbook (Macbook9,1)

2016-05-18 Thread Bryan C. Everly
Hello tech@ I just received my 12" Retina Macbook (the Macbook9,1) which is the latest Skylake version. I would really like to get OpenBSD running on this and am happy to trace any code, build patches, stand on my head, etc. if I could get someone interested in working with me to figure this

[Q] NVMe 1TB Samsung drive, Thinkpad X1 Carbon 4th Generation

2016-12-11 Thread Bryan C. Everly
Hi tech@, I'm trying to install OpenBSD in a partition on this drive. I created an OpenBSD type (0xa600) partition type with a GPT layout from Arch Linux when I was installing it on this same hardware (I want to dual boot using refind). You can see from the lsblk output on Linux below how

Re: [Q] NVMe 1TB Samsung drive, Thinkpad X1 Carbon 4th Generation

2016-12-11 Thread Bryan C. Everly
On Sun, Dec 11, 2016 at 3:18 PM, Bryan Steele <bry...@gmail.com> wrote: > On Sun, Dec 11, 2016 at 01:43:32PM -0500, Bryan C. Everly wrote: >> [# fdisk -v sd0] >> >> Primary GPT: >> Disk: sd0 Usable LBA: 34 to 2000409230 [2000409265 Sectors] >> GUI

Re: [Q] NVMe 1TB Samsung drive, Thinkpad X1 Carbon 4th Generation

2016-12-11 Thread Bryan C. Everly
On Sun, Dec 11, 2016 at 3:45 PM, dkroczyn...@163.com wrote: > are you booting your USB drive in UEFI mode? or legacy? > > d > Good question. Turns out it was booting in Legacy by default. I completely disabled legacy boot in the bios and rebooted from the USB drive. I got

Diagnosed problem with GPT / NVMe - need guidance

2016-12-16 Thread Bryan C. Everly
Hi tech@, I had posted earlier about trying to dual boot Arch Linux and OpenBSD-current on a new Thinkpad X1 Carbon (4th generation) with a 1 TB NVMe drive. The problem I had was that when I set up things from Arch first, the OpenBSD fdisk and disklabel utilities acted like they could only see a