I'm a #scifi author and #metalhead who codes for a living. My work is problematic, and as a recovering techbro so am I, but I'm working on it.
@arturovm I've been using OpenBSD since October 2017.
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@noelle Feinstein had her chance.
A review just accused me of having a "vendetta" against "public figures."
Bitch, let me introduce you to my two friends, Dante Alighieri and Alexandre Dumas...
@GeekDaddy There's no rush. It'll be there when you're ready.
@GeekDaddy It might not be your fault. I had trouble making FreeBSD work as a desktop OS, too. But OpenBSD on a ThinkPad was as easy as Congress stealing from Social Security. :)
Oh, I almost forgot! Happy Bastille Day to all our friends in France 🇫🇷
@romanzolotarev @h3artbl33d Thanks. You probably know this, but it's a good idea to be careful when shopping for refurbs. Caveat emptor is the rule.
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@Elizafox I don't want the rich to live on this planet anymore. Let's send them and their imaginary dollars to Mars.
@h3artbl33d @starbreaker 245 USD on Amazon ;)
@romanzolotarev @h3artbl33d Nice. Did you notice that if you zoom in on the photo, it's a T430s. :)
@h3artbl33d I don't think I've used geteltorito before, so I'll have to look into it. Thanks!
@uranther @h3artbl33d I don't really have the expertise to definitively answer your question, but it's my understanding that while the kernel does concurrency OK, concurrency in userspace is harder.
@uranther @h3artbl33d SMP seems to work on my Core i5. All 4 cores get use.
@starbreakerMe too! If you run it on a notebook, wifi now supports hotswitching thanks to Peter Hessler!
@h3artbl33d I know. I use a ThinkPad T430s, so I was planning to update this weekend.
@h3artbl33d @brainblasted I did try FreeBSD and TrueOS first, but OpenBSD turned out to be just right.
@gargron It's 4chan with user accounts. As usual.
@hypolite @monsterbater So, exorcise the public square? :)
@h3artbl33d I think my wife would get jealous. Our anniversary is Halloween.
I ran -stable at first, but nowadays I run -current.