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Basically, you want to use GUI but with minimal packages. This is the action plan. if [access system through ssh == yes]; then tell your sysadmin to please create a new base template using just the minimal packages. RHEL gives this option at the time of installation. Also, tell him that you do not bother him with the installation of any new packages. ...


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Terminal codes might be what you need, see http://wiki.bash-hackers.org/scripting/terminalcodes and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ANSI_escape_code for details (or http://invisible-island.net/xterm/ctlseqs/ctlseqs.html for quite a technical description of the the codes relating to xterm). Here an example of how to set the title: set_title() { printf '\...


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Just output the relevant ANSI codes to stdout or stderr. The following works for me in an xterm: for i in {10..1} ; do printf '\e]0;'$i'\a' ; sleep 1 ; done & Some terminals might also provide API to change their titles programmatically.


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The VNC server is an X window server and it does not serve the text consoles. So, even if you send the Ctrl-Alt-F1 combination (there are options at the viewers menu to send some special key combinations), it will not be treated as you expect. Use an ssh or other kind of terminal connection to get terminal access.


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you can also try a SAAS solution for managing iptables -> https://www.efw.io/Forum it can do AWS cloud integration if needed.


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With PC-BSD 11.0-CURRENTJUNE2016 I can reproduce the problem with fonts in KDE Plasma 4 (not in Lumina) by disabling anti-aliasing – – or by disabling anti-aliasing then selecting system settings: Workaround Enable anti-aliasing – – after which, it's OK to re-select system settings: I could not reproduce the problem that affected progress ...


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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.


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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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