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horia honked 16 May 2022 11:19 -0700

$27/yr standard #VPS at SSD Nodes

4GB RAM
80GB SSD
2 vCPU
2TB transfer
1 IPv4
1 IPv6

Install OpenBSD with dd if=installXX.img of=/dev/sda

horia honked 16 May 2022 05:28 -0700

Console by candlelight - Adding a blue-filtered night mode, green-screen simulator, dim attribute, and more to the OpenBSD framebuffer console

horia honked 14 May 2022 07:40 -0700

Skeema eliminates the stress of too many tabs, making it easy to pull information together and make decisions.

horia honked 14 May 2022 06:00 -0700

CLIOnly.host - free OpenBSD shell accounts if you have a FIDO2/U2F enabled security key

horia honked 14 May 2022 05:24 -0700

omir - create a local #OpenBSD mirror including site.tgz, autoinstall and custom install ramdisk

horia bonked 13 May 2022 05:52 -0700
original: jpmens@mastodon.social

did you folks know that dig(1) can read queries from a file/stdin? I've known that for ages. Since 10:09Z. Today.

printf "example.com\nisc.org\n" | dig +short SOA -f -

horia bonked 10 May 2022 17:29 -0700
original: solene@bsd.network

I committed a change to the #OpenBSD kernel related to CPU frequency scaling.

Most laptop users will benefit from a better battery life (estimated like +15% to +30% from my experience).

Explanations in the commit message: https://marc.info/?l=openbsd-cvs&m=165222104109566&w=2

It should be available in one or two days in the snapshots, but you can build your up to date kernel now if you know how (or follow instructions, it's easy https://man.openbsd.org/release#2._Build_and_install_a_new_kernel )