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: i tried openbsd
on it, but it wouldn't even boot. i'm pretty sure it's an issue with integrated/discrete video cards
: i'm playing openbsd
quest most recently, as openbsd
didn't do drivers or reference implementation compilation
: hey pete_dushenski you may be entertained to hear that my openbsd
adventures have led me to download 10.6 and dd it onto a usb
has yet to see drama overflow into openbsd
-misc so dunno where it is happening
: ascii_butugychag: I only found out about the APU2 because openbsd
-misc has people occasionally derping about the unfinished firmware on the new one
: ben_vulpes: i'll take at look in the next few days, but one quick comment, fwiw i built it on a 32-bit openbsd
: Logged on 11-01-2016 03:35:14; asciilifeform: i do not understand why openbsd
is revered today
: there was an effort to shit portage onto openbsd
: my experience with openbsd
for daily life has not been very satisfying
: ben_vulpes: i have an openbsd
box here but it will not build trb, not enough ram (+swap even)
: ;;later tell phf i'm still getting segfaults with your openbsd
patch. care to look at bitcoind.core ?
: while compiling trb either on various linux or an openbsd
: V setup works fine on openbsd
: then it'd be make BUILDER=openbsd
: ben_vulpes: and in fact if the buildroot step were stuck inside Makefile.rotor, it'd be trivial to have a Makefile.openbsd
: gabriel_laddel │ I've tried, a few times now to get a handle on linux and... << leave gentoo for dead; I couldn't be more pleased with OpenBSD
: anyways, your penchant for finding what is wrong with anything aside, openbsd
happily supplants os x on mac hardware. for those willing to endure some pain to get away from the shitgnomes, and who have not been obsessively tending a gentoo installation since 1999.
: ascii_butugychag: if you're looking for something to do with those old mac laptops, openbsd
5.8 runs like a dream on 'em
: shinohai: btw, i can walk you through getting an openbsd
version going. you have to manually add some patches posted to the ML by 'phf'?
: Logged on 21-12-2015 00:06:59; mircea_popescu: asciilifeform> pressing of cd was perhaps the ONE good idea in openbsd
<<< certainly not a bad one.
: asciilifeform> pressing of cd was perhaps the ONE good idea in openbsd
<<< certainly not a bad one. ☟︎
: pressing of cd was perhaps the ONE good idea in openbsd
: ben_vulpes: Also still on OpenBSD
5.7 don't know if 5.8's introduced new weird
: ben_vulpes: LibreSSL node also runs with ~1GB of ram utilized at startup after last BDB locks patch because OpenBSD
malloc something or other
: 'My OpenBSD
5.7 CD arrived with a green label affixed to the shipping
: "On a personal "hate ramen noodles and tuna" level, I agree. But my good-for-project-good-for-the-world side says the OpenBSD
Foundation is more effective at growing the contribution pie and in particular funding the hackathons where great work happens." - Theo De Raadt ☟︎
: <trinque> why is openbsd
special here? << Still has dictator who works
: <ascii_field> and was mircea_popescu's however-many btc for openbsd
sent to the phoundation, or to de raadt ? << to whoever they wanted. what do i care.
: why is openbsd
: Microsoft will donate all the money in the world to OpenBSD
so long as no penny goes to keep Deraadt alive
: does openbsd
have a ~meaningful~ existence apart from 'what de raadt does' ?
: and was mircea_popescu's however-many btc for openbsd
sent to the phoundation, or to de raadt ?
: trinque: back to openbsd
, would you personally be willing to use an os with nonpublic source ?
: how bout sell openbsd
as a fucking product, you communists
: my openbsd
lappy: 10:05PM up 215 days, 13:42,
: <+shinohai> mod6: have you had any sucess with bsd yet ? << yeah, OpenBSD
, achieved a full sync a few months back. had to patch it by hand.
: ended up with barely usable openbsd
. 500mSec or so delay on fopen() !!! because no ram left over (from the 64M) for disk caching
: BingoBoingo any tools you use to analyze running bitcoind procs on OpenBSD
: Logged on 24-09-2015 19:30:42; gernika: Friend is claiming he can do a full sync in 6-8 hours using the phoundation client (non-ssd), while it took my OpenBSD
box 3 weeks using eatblock. Not sure what I'm doing wrong.
: Friend is claiming he can do a full sync in 6-8 hours using the phoundation client (non-ssd), while it took my OpenBSD
box 3 weeks using eatblock. Not sure what I'm doing wrong. ☟︎
: Logged on 20-09-2015 09:36:21; BingoBoingo: On OpenBSD
(non-pogoable) the latest BDB locks fix added ~800MB of memory allocation for bitcoind
: On OpenBSD
(non-pogoable) the latest BDB locks fix added ~800MB of memory allocation for bitcoind ☟︎
: i recently shutdown my fully sync'd openbsd
node a week or two ago -- took quite a wait for it to finally exit. but i didn't keep close track of the time. could have easily been an hour though.
: I built my own emacs by hand on the openbsd
box I put together
+ V repo of standard issue tools, and forget ports
: for something touted as 'de-shitgnomized' unix, openbsd
is uncommonly eager to pull the crud along
: and until it builds x11 emacs without dbus and related idiocy, openbsd
is WORTHLESS to me. ☟︎
kernel seems to lack all the virtualization, containerization, ...
: there was a project a while back to get portage on openbsd
: trinque: i played with openbsd
for a while and then got fed up with the dependency resolver retardation.
-quest a while back
: <punkman> I assumed "save-as" meant a button already in my browser << Of all things Chromium on OpenBSd
has this along with most other browsers
: BingoBoingo: does it run openbsd
: mike_c: there's a recent openbsd
presentation that argues against claiming. their point is that the problem of duplicate effort is a lot rarer then lock grabs. and i must add duplicate effort always results in increased understanding if both solutions are analyzed
: <trinque> so when I switch to OpenBSD
, they're going to announce their strategic partnership with the FBI? << iirc FBI tried the stealthy version of this around 2003 cleaned house quietly and FBI guy went full derp about it again around 2010
: so when I switch to OpenBSD
, they're going to announce their strategic partnership with the FBI?
: ;;later tell fluffypony You know of any working OpenBSD
: indeed there are, but methinks only one was actually excited about supporting openbsd
: ""phf [R.07] created two patches [R.08] for `stator' to build and run on OpenBSD
. This is very exciting, we've been looking forward to supporting this platform for some time now." << is the the royal "we"? :)
: <trinque> relatedly, I have a 1 for relaxedman when he comes back. I yelled at him to *read* his way through snags with gentoo, and he did! << Promised the same for OpenBSD
: Still trying to get this gentoo install going(openbsd
wouldn't support my gfx card no money to buy a new one) its n6, varia, but stuck on getting a window manager all the guides want me to change profiles. also not sure how wayland fits in any ideas?
: asciilifeform: took my openbsd
box 4 weeks
: but it is apparent, from the apoplectic reactions, and glaring when you look at the shards together, that the same jerking around is both behind the openbsd
story and the pgp story.
: FYI OpenBSD
w/o db patch wedged at 367850
: Logged on 11-08-2015 08:33:14; BingoBoingo: shinohai: I told n6 to just install OpenBSD
. Then he found a guide to set up a "desktop" which convinced him to edit fstab (treat as read only). Got him to reinstall and find a saner guide. Didn't check his hardware and because Nvidia his resolution is painful. Directed to keep reading man pages.