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fs_usage shows information about file system usage (and related things). Given that, I suspect THROTTLED from fs_usage indicates it is disk access being throttled and not CPU (although THROTTLED is not clearly documented in the man page). OSX reduces I/O throughput of idle applications to give better performance to active ones (see this Ars article) so it's ...
When you booted your laptop and configured the wired bge0 interface via dhclient, it became the default route (as seen in the rightmost column in the output of netstat -r). When you later configured your wireless bwn0 interface and disconnected the wired interface, it wasn't set to be the default route. When you tried to access the network (or reply to ...
I'm not sure why you need to, but run sudo pkg install ImageMagick7-126.96.36.199 again. I've just tried it on my machine and the first time it only appears to install dependencies, the second time it installs ImageMagick and the expected commands. Update 25/06/16: This appeared to be due to a bug in pkg(1), and has now been fixed according to this bug report.
What is shell? In simple words, shell is a software which takes the command from your keyboard and passes it to the OS. So are konsole, xterm or gnome-terminals shells? No, they're called terminal emulators. They open a GUI to interact with the shell. You can think of them as a frontend to the shells. Different Shells There are different shells which ...
The shell is the program that runs in the terminal, that reads the commands you type and executes them. Unix and Unix-like operating systems today offer a choice between mostly the same set of shells, because these shells pre-date most of those operating systems. For further reading I recommend Evolution of shells in Linux (IBM) Edit to add information ...
See this answer. Since it was posted KMS drivers are available (inteldrm(4) and radeondrm(4)) on OpenBSD so changing machdep became unnecessary on some platforms and for some chipsets, thus rendering the installer question also unnecessary.
If you are using the official ISO to install (found here), than you should be asked if "you expect to run the X Window System". In fact, the default option is Yes, so as long as you have the newest, official version of OpenBSD, you will have the X Window System installed unless you explicitly say otherwise.
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