- pkg_add mate
- exec mate-session
OpenBSD has /etc/doas.conf to configure who can play with doas with specific command if we wish.
To allow user1 doing mount and umount without password edit your doas.conf as follow :
permit nopass user1 as root cmd mount
permit nopass user1 as root cmd umount
Its a great news to hear OpenBSD 6.6 has been released today !
This release feature performance improvement.
SMP-Improvements, System call unlocking:
- Unlocked getrlimit(2) and setrlimit(2) syscalls.
- Unlocked read(2) and write(2) syscalls.
- Removed the KERNEL_LOCK from the bridge(4) output fast-path.
- Made resource limit access MP-safe.
- Made file(9) offset access MP-safe.
This one work for my old AMD E-450 laptop on OpenBSD 6.5 after searching for some time.
- Edit /etc/wsconsctl.conf using your favorite text editor.
- add a line : mouse.tp.tapping=1
- Test tapping on xfce4 desktop environment !
OpenBSD new feature to do version upgrade is coming …
Found some usefull article here
Thanks to the writer ….
Yesterday a new version has been released.
Trying to follow instruction from http://php.net/manual/en/install.unix.openbsd.php (thanks to the creator).
Steps taken to install php7 on httpd (OpenBSD 6.3) as follow.
- install php packages
- pkg_add php
- choose php version 7
- rcctl enable php70_fpm
- create /etc/httpd.conf
Location for packages readme as follow
This is for openbsd 6.3
Interesting web programming stacks using OpenBSD.
Sample from website below in case it cease to exist in the future.