I have OpenBSD running on my Lenovo Thinkpad X250.
I consider OpenBSD to be my daily driver. It took a little while to set up and I didn't take quality notes during the process, but now that it's running I'm able to do just about all the computery things I care to using OpenBSD.
doas syspatch doas pkg_add -u
- search manpages for "unveil" with
- introduction to the C libraries.
- mount sd card in
doas mount.exfat /dev/sd1i /mnt/sd
- mount thumbdrive in OpenBSD:
doas mount /dev/sd1i /mnt/thumbdrive
- burn image to thumbdrive sd1 (verify with
dmesg) in OpenBSD:
doas dd if=some.img of=/dev/rsd1c
- execute a command over ssh as if it were a local shell:
ksh -l -c your_command
- brother printer driver using cups on localhost and brlaser: http://localhost:631/printers/
- brother printer queue is at: http://printer_ip_address:631/ipp
- ksh has a user process data limit that can keep qemu from spawning VMs. You
can view ksh's limits with
ulimit -aand adjust the data limit to 4 GB with
ulimit -d 4194304.
- specify compiler for GNU configure scripts:
- Free Pascal Compiler installation.
specify /usr/local libraries for compiling with configure scripts and gcc:
export CPATH=/usr/local/include export LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/lib export LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/local/lib
configure wifi with hostname.if:
join home-net wpakey passwordhere join work-net wpakey passwordhere join cafe-wifi dhcp