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So finally I've moved all services from my old server to my Christmas Xen box! This was not without problems due to the fact it had to run NetBSD -current

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After starting the year with curses work, I decided to do some more!

Currently we lack Soft Label Key functions as specified by POSIX. What are these? Glad you asked! Soft Label Keys ripoff a line from the bottom of the screen and allow for up to 8 keys to be displayed there. You can define lab...

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So over the holidays, I managed to get in some good quality family time and find some time to work on some Open Source stuff. I meant to work mainly on dhcpcd, but it turned out I spent most of my time working on NetBSD curses library so that Python Curses now works with it. Now, most people r...

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So one of the main features of dhcpcd was the ability to add and remove addresses and subnets in accordance with interface preference and state. This worked very well in Linux, both for IPv4 and IPv6.

When I discovered FreeBSD and then NetBSD making dhcpcd work with the same features provi...

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So, I've been slowing going back to using GNOME instead of using KDE-4. I do this flip flop every once in a while as I'm never truely satisfied by either. Now, GNOME works quite happily on my Gentoo/Linux machines, but this is not the case on my favoured NetBSD ones. Or rather, parts of GNO...

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