If you have a wifi on your laptop you can connect manually by :
- login as root or do su
- ifconfig [device] nwid [network name] wpakey [password]
- dhclient [device]
Device example is iwn0, vlan0,alc0 (see man ifconfig for detailed option available)
To automatically connect after boot we need to do as follow :
- edit /etc/hostname.[device name]
- set parameter
- save file
pretty easy huh …
To install Qutebrowser
- login as root to openbsd
- make sure PKG_PATH is correct
- pkg_add qutebrowser
- run qutebrowser
dont forget to read quick start to understand key to use
good night !
Some time we need to debug a program which run using cmd.exe under system account(NT AUTHORITY\SYSTEM).
We can use psexec program from sysinternals’ PsTools to achieve this.
To use it, put pstools folder on your system path and execute
psexec -i -s cmd.exe
where arguments -i if for interactive and -s is for system account
To get java we can install jdk. OpenBSD 6.1 have 2 packages of jdk which is 1.7 and 1.8.
To install jdk package do pkg_add jdk then choose which version you want to install.
Continue reading OpenBSD Java 8 Install
OpenBSD have a package called sqlports and sqlports-compact which contain sqlite database about ports.
add to your system using
see pkg_info on sqlports-compact below
Location of the database and sample query
We can use a GUI sqlite manager program called sqliteman, its easier.
Add it to your system
see below the look and fee of sqliteman
bye for now …
To be able to take screenshot we can use xpaint program on OpenBSD.
Install xpaint using pkg_add xpaint.
To select screen area to be captured use a menu from xpaint
Use menu save from parent menu file to save your screen capture.
Thats it …
Before executing below step login as root to your OpenBSD
1. make sure PKG_PATH is correctly pointing to mirror containing openbsd package.
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