Immersive Sim classic System Shock now runs natively on #openbsd via the engine port "shockolate".
I previously recorded gameplay:
pass -funsafe-math-optimizations to your compiler to allow it to do math optimizations that are fun and safe
Woo my MUD has its first NPC
Attached is a screenshot of the code that makes her, which is really rough and verbose because well, its the first one!
But, she can send messages to players in the same room as her, and move herself room to room.
Hi #OpenBSD people on the Fediverse.
I have tried to install OpenBSD on a recently acquired GPD MicroPC. The problem I have with it is that it has a Gemini Lake Chipset with the associated Intel graphics chipset. This is apparently not supported by X.org and also I can't get the EFI framebuffer to work.
I have tried:
1. Vanilla 6.7 text console works, but cannot get graphics to work. Besides the build in keyboard detaches it self from USB and I have to connect an external keyboard to continue.
#OpenBSD people of the fediverse!
What is a good, blowfish supported, wifi card that can be used 24/7 in a server with no other means of connectivity?
I have heard good things about Intel cards, but do you have recommendations? 🐡
Dear @_tj ,
I think I once pestered you regarding details of controlling the fan on the gpd pocket under #FreeBSD. Now I seem to have lost all the pointers. Would you care to enlighten me again about this topic? I want to write a user program to control the fan under either #NetBSD or #OpenBSD. Thank you very much in advance. 💖💖💖
Well it seems to work. 😀
@ckeen @forthy @forth @cstrotm
I have a new toy: The Ministrel 4th from Tynemouth Software , a Jupiter Ace clone with a whopping 48K of main memory (48 times more than the original, Imagine that!!!). I will attempt to connect it to a TV and a cassette recorder tomorrow.
I will regale you with my continued progress, wether you want it or not.
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@ckeen, have you seen this:
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Dan Banay just released a few days ago, on the day of the 80th anniversary of Alan Kay, a fully functional Smalltalk-80 VM capable of running the original ST-80 images as distributed by Xerox Parc in 1979 and 1980