Monthly Archives: October 2013

OpenBSD: hibernation rules!!!!


Simply great! hibernation in i386 works great!. It seems it could be there some issues but in my experience is pretty usable. This is the first time I’m able to see hibernation working in a BSD laptop since my Thinkpads … Continue reading

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OpenBSD: How to avoid resolv.conf to be touched by dhclient


I prefer to provide DNS address of my choice instead those from my network provider. Usually OpenDNS servers are a good option. So, to avoid dhclient touch ‘/etc/resolv.conf’ I configure the /etc/dhclient.conf as follows: initial-interval 1; send host-name “myhostname”; #request … Continue reading

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OpenBSD: Laptop cpu temperature control with APM


In OpenBSD, all versions I tested, I note a performance decrease (in such way as not smooth mouse movement, or web page scrolling) when the maching is doing any heavy reading/writing task or cpu compsuming (i.e. ziping/unziping/copying a big file), … Continue reading

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