"NFS over UDP on modern networks (1Gb+) can lead to data corruption caused by fragmentation during high loads"
Does this NFSv3 problem ring any bells for anyone?
Linux client mounts OpenBSD NFS server fine, but after a while:
kernel: [19272.815191] nfs: server x.x.x.x not responding, still trying
BSD clients just work.
I have a FAT32 formatted SD card with a directory that shows up as `OGG` on my OpenBSD machine, but `ogg` on Linux and Android devices. I need it to be the same case everywhere...
Yup. This probably has to do with FAT32's odd notions of short/long filenames. Could it be that OpenBSD considers short names with no long counterpart uppercase, but other systems do the opposite?
Has anyone ever tried adding zoom controls (the ability to zoom-in) to video(1)? I wonder if it would be hard...
Our team is hiring a Research Associate/Assistant to work on language migration for programming language VMs.
Until recently those "defeat optimisations" inline asm blocks (the ones you see in C and C++ code) had been pure magic to me.
Well, I pulled apart Google's `DoNotOptimize()` and (with encouragement from Laurie Tratt
) wrote it up as a blog post:
Any recommendations for a static site generator that I can use for my website? Ideally would have python scripting support and the ability to blog in markdown. Oh and must run easy on #OpenBSD.
Computer scientist, Programmer, OpenBSD Developer.
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