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TomAoki »
@TomAoki@mastodon.bsd.cafe

@grahamperrin
IIRC and IIUC, I2O tried that on hardware level.
I think the idea should be correct and the way to go even for now, with huge refreshes.
At worst, firmwares on motherboard should work as hypervisor (monitors on mainframes) and ALL OPERATING SYSTEMS RUNNING ON IT SHOULD CALL IT TO ACCESS HARDWARE REGARDLESS THE TYPE (graphics, audio, disk, networking, and all others) abstracted (virtualized). Yes, Windows should, too. It must be strictly standardized and highly extensible in spec.
This way, hardware vendors can provide maximum performance regardless the OS it's used by for their products.

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gyptazy »
@gyptazy@gyptazy.ch

@BoxyBSD@bsd.cafe People asked me, if I could share the current distribution stats of the used systems on my service. has taken the lead! and (still beta) share the second place. Unfortunately, follows as the last one.

BoxyBSD »
@BoxyBSD@mastodon.bsd.cafe

Distribution of the most used operating systems on . Most users tend to use for their free VM. and (still in beta) share the second place, followed by .

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Toasterson »
@Toasterson@chaos.social

snapshot 2024.04 is here

Check out the release announcement for more info!

openindiana.org/announcements/

Toasterson »
@Toasterson@chaos.social

The work on continues. Join us tomorrow Sunday at 17:00 CEST at meet.chaostreffbern.ch/OpenInd there are rumblings of people working on software and we want to look again into package quality.

BoxyBSD »
@BoxyBSD@mastodon.bsd.cafe

Shhh! Something is coming... Don't tell anyone.

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gyptazy »
@gyptazy@gyptazy.ch

@Toasterson@chaos.social In that case I can provide you a nested VM running on a dedicated Proxmox instance with full root access for debugging for you where ( is running.

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gyptazy »
@gyptazy@gyptazy.ch

Is it intended that the default text installer of ( does not support only network configuration and forces me to add configuration (even I do not have one)?

Guess, I spoilered something for now.


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gyptazy »
@gyptazy@gyptazy.ch

⚠️ Weekly Meeting ⚠️

Our first weekly will start on the 25th, April 2024 at 7 PM (GMT+2).

You can find all the details on the wiki:
https://wiki.bsd.cafe/docs:weekly-bsdpub

For the first one, I already created a small agenda (https://wiki.bsd.cafe/docs:weekly-bsdpub-meeting-minutes-2024-04-25). You are highly encouraged to modify and extend this, as well as upcoming agendas!

Overview:
Day: Thursdays (weekly)
Time: 7 PM - 8 PM (GMT +2)
Where: https://meet.gyptazy.ch/BSDPub (Jitsi)
Infos: https://wiki.bsd.cafe/docs:weekly-bsdpub
Agenda: https://wiki.bsd.cafe/docs:weekly-bsdpub-meeting-minutes-2024-04-25
Info: No recordings, no deep tech dives (keep it simple, we have calls for the details, no pressures to anyone, have fun and enjoy)

When I started the poll to ask for interests in such a meeting I wasn’t sure that even more than 5 people would be interested. I’m happy to see this amount of interested BSD users. I’m aware of the different timezones and it might make sense to have a second timeslot. This one mostly covers the European and near-east users. I’m happy to hear suggestions regarding preferred timeslots for the US, Asia,… so far, I’m happy to see at least a few of you next Thursday in the call!


Toasterson »
@Toasterson@chaos.social

release is coming up soon, but even sooner we have another Coworking Session. Join us this Sunday 17:00 CEST at meet.chaostreffbern.ch/OpenInd

TomAoki »
@TomAoki@mastodon.bsd.cafe

@chrisgerhard @david_chisnall @darrenmoffat @alfonsosiciliano
Maybe there would be significant differences about kernel memory management between based (including and ) OS'es and . On , if there are large enough RAM and swap is used only for backend of tmpfs and for crash dumps, there should be completely no problem with swap on ZVOLs or swap file on ZFS.
But once swap is used for paging/swaping, ZFS code possibly fails to allocate memory to handle paging/swapping, thus panics with (usually) double fault.

Jay 🚩 »
@jaypatelani@bsd.network

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gyptazy »
@gyptazy@gyptazy.ch