a little mini-ITX box here running DragonFlyBSD master that I use as a dports builder. It's a second-hand i5-3570T with 16G RAM. Since NVMM has been ported not so long ago, I'm planning to turn it into a hypervisor too.
in the same case I have a Ryzen 3200G running FreeBSD 13 as my personnal desktop/daily driver
a Raspberry Pi 4 8G running FreeBSD 13 with ZFS on a USB-attached SSD as a server for various services I selfhost
Me on my deathly laptop:
It was a Dell Alienware AW13 First Gen. I used OpenBSD on.
Upgraded (downgraded?) to a 17 inch monitor - just the right size.
Picked it up secondhand in good condition for less than 30 bucks, my entire setup is now worth less than $250 😅
oui Aint nothing wrong with that. It is minimalist and I like the set up!
I like the condensed keyboard and the palm rest, where did you find them?
tcmart14 Thank you! The keyboard is a Filco Minila (60% mechanical keyboard) and the palm wrest is also from Filco. I purchased it many years ago and it seems they have discontinued my specific model, but luckily there a lot of similar 60% mechanical keyboards out there.
FreeBSD 13.0-RELEASE-p3 on dell optiflex 7010.
I know it's FreeBSD and not NetBSD, but:
bsduck Do you know why NetBSD doesn't use devfs (dynamic /dev creation)? On FreeBSD, If I delete /dev/ada0*, those files will be just recreated. In NetBSD (i guess) this will destroy the disk. Also, mounting disks without devfs is hard - I had to search thousands of device files to work.
glowiak There's the /dev/MAKEDEV script to recreate device nodes if you ever accidentally delete them. And for listing disks there's sysctl hw.disknames
glowiak Do you know why NetBSD doesn't use devfs (dynamic /dev creation)?
It has devpubd for this.
Some weird old Japanese laptop from 2007, runs Firefox 86 on NetBSD like a champ.
Hardware used to be so beautiful back then..
oui Interesting wired connection. Looks like it's plugged straight into the wall 😆
This laptop is literally called "TheLife" in French, no wonder it's still lively :)
No pic, just want to steal pin's Spectrwm config. Long time no see
Leviticus When I moved away from GitHub over to Codeberg, I was already using frankenwm so, I no longer have the configuration files for spectrwm.
That said, @pfr had similar configuration files and he might still have a copy of those.
pin Yes, @Leviticus if you haven't already found it, my config is in my Codeberg repo (link in signature). Also check the ~/.config/spectrwm folder for baraction.sh and other scripts.
Upgraded my monitor again to a 19 inch Eizo monitor, 4:3 has become my favorite aspect ratio 😂
Here is a bit of an older screenshot. Do you see the BSD daemon in my computer? 😀
Raspberry Pi 4 running NetBSD current. Here's the hardware probe.
Since we're here, below is the IBM Thinkpad R51.
NetBSD 9.2 on a Lenovo Thinkpad X200 Tablet.
(edit: oh, that image quality...)
trinity i Have a x220 havent dared to commit to 100% netbsd yet on it
id love to know if you have any special settings in rc.conf