Can I enable framebuffer support in xterm? If yes, how can I do it? If no, what terminal emulator have a framebuffer support?
I am migrating from Linux to OpenBSD, and one of the things I miss from my old OS is how even the consoles looked nice (so nice you could actually watch movies in there) under framebuffer using a ...
With KMS, the graphics drivers are moved into the kernel. Since the framebuffer was already in the kernel, I wouldn't expect this to affect framebuffer operation. Yet, I read that KMS supercedes the ...