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As @mjturner states you would be best of finding a close approximation. But if you are really serious about font conversion - it can be done! The trick is to get these old raster format converted to more modern file formats which the modern tools uses. PSF Tools come in handy for that! It handles many of the old simple bitmap formats. You can then convert ...


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That looks to me like a problem with the make you're using. OpenBSD's default make is BSD make and it's not compatible with CMake (or GNU make for that matter). Looking at the PolarSSL source code, I can see the following: There are currently three active build systems within the mbed TLS releases: Make CMake Microsoft Visual Studio (Visual ...


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The z option tells tar to decompress an archive using gunzip (or its internal equivalent), and is appropriate only for gzip-compressed archives, typically with a .tar.gz extension. To decompress archives using other compression formats, you can try tar xvf file to see if your tar is clever enough to figure things out on its own. If it isn't, you can ...


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I think it's going to be tricky to find something to covert a .fnt file into TrueType. As has been mentioned by @Octopus, the former is a raster font and the latter is vector based. In addition, I believe the console font files used by FreeBSD and OpenBSD are not the same format as used by Windows, making finding a converter even trickier. You'll be better ...


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On /etc/rc search for : ssh-keygen -A then delete this line. You should not recreate any keys at startup. I did this and i got no error warning on boot, but if anyone knows a "cleaner" way to do this, please answer! Also this work for OpenBSD only(i think) but should only be a matter of finding the right init script to remove this line on other unix ...


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Using pkg_delete is almost certainly not what you want to do - that will remove GNOME system-wide. I assume you have a non-GNOME desktop environment installed in addition to GNOME? If so, GDM (the login manager) should present it as an option on the graphical login screen.


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First, here's the specific answer to your question of why the unknown user error persists: The error was in how you created the user. There are more files that need to be fixed than just /etc/passwd. The easiest way to properly create the user would be to simply remove that line from /etc/passwd and then run adduser -noconfig -shell -/sbin/nologin instead. ...


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A few points: You shouldn't need to duplicate the dnscrypt-proxy binary - just call it multiple times with different options When you created the _dnscrypt-proxy2 user, did you also create their primary group? I see that user has a different GID than _dnscrypt-proxy (689 instead of 688) but you didn't mention copying the group. If not, create the missing ...


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You don't need to use ed unless you really want to. Once you're at a single-user prompt (just hit Enter at the Enter pathname of shell or RETURN for sh: prompt, do the following: Mount the root filesystem as read-write, then mount the /var and /usr filesystems (this will allow you to run vi or any other editor of your choice) # mount -uw / # mount /var # ...


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Ideally, you should install the gnome meta-package to ensure that you have all of the required packages installed, particularly DBus - I'd highly recommend you do that. Once you've installed the gnome meta package, follow the post-installation instructions in /usr/local/share/doc/pkg-readme for the GNOME version you installed (check the file gnome-{version} ...


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Youtube and Google are served via a CDN, and having the DNS names they use map to many different IP addresses is normal and expected. If you want to make sure that queries are actually going through DNSCrypt, temporarily stop it: # pkill -STOP dnscrypt-proxy And see if you still get responses to new DNS queries. It shouldn't be the case any more. Then, ...


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By default, the user agent string in Chromium does not include Chromium. This means that, to a server, there's no distinction between a user running Chrome and a user running Chromium (given the versions are the same). However, distros compiling Chromium on their own can change what the default user agent string is. This is what Ubuntu does (at least). For ...


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There is no FreeBSD version of Google Chrome.


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I ran into the same problem installing OpenBSD 5.7 on a Jetway barebones box (JBC375F3AW-2930-B, but this probably applies to most or all models). The fix was to go into the BIOS setup program, and on the "Advanced" screen, set the "OS Selection" item to "Android".



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