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Create a USB flash drive with which they install OpenBSD directly from the serial console. Without external monitor. Direct with the Laptop! Port com0 speed 115200 1) Download image from: https://openbsd.delfic.org/pub/OpenBSD/snapshots/amd64/install60.fs 2) Enter on the OpenBSD host: pwd /home/tom Then vnconfig -c vnd0 /...


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It seems that: pass out on $ext_if from $int_net to any nat-to $ext_if ... doesn't work, it has to be this: match out on $ext_if from $int_net to any nat-to $ext_if pass on $ext_if from $int_net to any Also, it helps to make sure net.inet.ip.forwarding is set to 1.


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It’s not clear to me why you need a static route on your router, but, regardless, you have no rule in your pf.conf that relates to NAT. Try something like the following after your macros in pf.conf: match out on egress from ! ( egress ) nat-to ( egress ) Or: match out on $int_if from ! ( $int_if ) nat-to ( $int_if ) If those don’t work, post the ...


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Not all OpenBSD mirrors support FTP—FTP is depreciated in favor of HTTP. I recommend you visit the official OpenBSD site for more information—a list of mirrors is available at http://www.openbsd.org/ftp.html.


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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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