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Where can I download the hash of an OpenBSD release ISO? [closed]

To check that it's 100% ok, and to check that it doesn't containt anything "bad" :) I tried to google but with no luck. Of course it's need to be downloaded over a secure connection, HTTPS! Thank ...
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Find server with small ping latency (my script, but can anyone write it in e.g.: Perl?) [closed]

I want to download OpenBSD with FTP with a script, and I want to download it from a server that is near me. So I want to choose a mirror that has low "ping latency". I wrote a little script, that ...
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Does PGPDesktop supports OpenBSD or e.g. Fedora?

Does PGPDesktop support OpenBSD or e.g. Fedora, or can I only encrypt my whole hard drive when I use Windows?
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OpenBSD on a SDHC or an microSDHC card - tips

Any ideas for making an OpenBSD usable (how to turn off logs, "put os into memory"?) on a SDHC or an microSDHC card? Since full-disk encryption is not really a solution under OpenBSD so I though I ...
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OpenBSD SMP support

The OpenBSD 4.9 release announcement says "SMP kernels can now boot on machines with up to 64 cores;" So OpenBSD does support several CPU's/cores? If i have a Core2Duo cpu in my laptop (t7100) ...
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How can I press key of “keycode 53” every minute in X?

I want to automate my typing. I can use window managers such as gnome and fvwm. I can access to ubuntu and obsd.
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How to change the USB keyboard layout in an OpenBSD console?

I may be abusing the word console but I mean the mode without X i.e. pressing ^+Alt F1 and then log as other user where I want to use my chosen layout with USB keyboard. X works, it configures the ...
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OpenBSD X, mouse only scrolls down

I just got a new OpenBSD 4.8 instance up and running with Xfce. The only issue I'm having is that the mouse wheel only ever scrolls down. When I physically scroll up, X scrolls down. When I do scroll ...
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Getting better resolution using X on OpenBSD w/VMWare Fusion

Just setup an OpenBSD 4.8 VM for VMWare Fusion. Can't seem to force X to any decent resolution. I attempted to try and use the VMWare tools for FreeBSD, but no dice. Any suggestions to try and get ...
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Adding Ctrl-L as “clear” hotkey in OpenBSD's ksh

I've been looking for a way to use Ctrl-L to clear the monitor instead of typing clear in each time. I found nothing except a patch which didn't work for me. How do I add hotkeys/shortcuts to my ...
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Does OpenBSD use bcrypt by default?

http://codahale.com/how-to-safely-store-a-password/ with what does OpenBSD store the password by default? They say bcrypt is way more secure then hashing. I googled' it and obsd supports bcrypt, but ...
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OpenBSD patch system

If I install OpenBSD from CD-ROM: http://www.openbsd.org/ftp.html with install48.iso then is it patched? All 10 patches from here are in the ISO file? If those are not included, how can I apply ...
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How to guarantee the integrity of an OS?

In information security, integrity means that data cannot be modified undetectably. This answer raised my interest, of course, I want to guarantee the integrity of my OS, outlined here. ...
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Google Chrome on OpenBSD

How can I install Google Chrome on OpenBSD?
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How should one set up full-disk encryption on OpenBSD?

Is there a preferred method to set up full-disk encryption under OpenBSD, similar to dm-crypt under Linux? I'm looking for full-disk encryption, as if someone were to steal my notebook they could ...
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NFS permissions and slow copy

I have an NFS share on an OpenBsd server. When I assess the share from my Ubuntu box I don't seem to have all permission eg write. Also copying a file from the NFS share to the Ubuntu machine can take ...
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rc control user

I am playing around with rc scripts. I am starting a daemon from rc.local. I would like to know how I start the process under a specific user instead of root?
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Starting A Bind/DHCP server

I am looking for some reading material on starting my own BIND/DHCP server. I mainly want the bind server to just be a caching server and for my home computers but it may also need to be authoritative ...
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Prevent a USB external hard drive from sleeping

Does anyone know if there is an elegant way to tell an external usb drive not to spin down after a period of inactivity? I've seen cron based solutions that write a file every minute, but nothing ...
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OpenBSD: 32 bit or 64 bit

I would like to use the 64 bit version of OpenBSD, but I'm not really sure how good it works. Are there any known problems? Is the 32 bit version more recommended for productive environment?
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How to install OpenBSD/vax 4.7 on multiple disks?

I've got an old VAXstation 3100 Model 76, and I'd like to install OpenBSD/vax 4.7 on it. I've got two drives in it, an RZ23 (104MB) and a another 1.09GB. Now, since the 1.09GB is too large for an ...