I'm new to BSD and installed OpenBSD 6.3 to a test server for education purposes. It's going to be a dedicated firewall eventually.
During installation I used a graphics card to connect my monitor. Now I would like to remove it to save space and power (it also builds up unnecessary heat). I'm only going to use it remotely for administration. SSH works with gpu in place. The problem is that it doesn't allow me to connect through SSH when I take out the GPU.
The server connects to network after boot. I'm using standard generic kernel.
Should I try to disable X Windows?
I have a theory!
Maybe the boot process get stuck when trying to initialize the gpu? Network interfaces initialize before graphics right? That explains why it’s listed on my network.
Is there a log I could look in to check what happens when I booted without the GPU?