mulander has moved to @mulander@bsd.network:
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mulander @mulander@mastodon.social

I'm permanently moving to bsd.network/@mulander

Feel free to follow me there :)

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Dammit.

@kurtm has me thinking of writing "Meatspace Minecraft."

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So... what games should we port to OpenBSD next? :D
#openbsd #gaming

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That intel embargo bug... am I seeing things or is #arm also affected? lwn.net/Articles/740393/

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Stardew Valley on OpenBSD is a thing! Found a fix for the save/load bug! Thanks-no-thanks MonoGame for shipping all kinds of system dll that messed things up...

Now I can have my own Puffy farm!

Thanks for everyone's advice on the way... They were all pieces in the puzzle of trial and error!

#autosavemyfarm
@bcallah @mulander @calvin @canadianbryan tenforward.social/media/Gb36Dj

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3 people fragging on tintagel.pl in #Quake2 - pkg_add yquake2 and join :)

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We are about to do some #Quake2 #gaming on the #OpenBSD server. Come all, frag all - join tintagel.pl using games/yquake2 or any other compatible client.

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I'm gradually moving to @mulander - maintaining both accounts for a while before I flip the switch but expect most activity & toots from me happening there from now on.

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Let's make it easier to find each other.

If you are a new user on the bsd.network toot with the hashtag #hellobsd

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@phessler Also, your front page needs art of Puffy & Beastie with tusks. OBVIOUSLY.

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Registrations on bsd.network are now *open*!

I have pre-reserved the names for the projects, and a few others. If you would like to take control of those, please email the admins so we can ensure the proper people have them.

#bsd #openbsd #freebsd #netbsd #hardenedbsd #bsdnow

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@mulander It's all accounting. Tarsnap will bill you for metadata back & forth. In this case, it will be "block 1 now only used in backups A, C, and E." Doesn't matter which order you delete in.

It won't re-download blocks you delete; it only updates the ledger.

IIRC --dry-run should give decent guesses on delete. It *should* 90% work from local tarsnap cache, unless you have corruption. (It'll use some bandwidth to verify local cache.)

Does that help?

@mwlucas apologies for birdsite link, I know you wrote a book about tarsnap in the past. Did you investigate how this specific situation would count against quotas? I'm finding it hard to estimate what / if any cost will be generated by pruning old archives.

twitter.com/dr_jekyll832/statu

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@mulander @thfr Finally caved in and bought Absolute OpenBSD after reading the post.