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    Not even a single photo of said dog, disappointed!

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      Running OpenBSD on an RPI3 is much easier than it seems, only non-standard RPI requirement is doing an actual install from the SD card and requiring a serial terminal our external monitor/keyboard instead of just flashing an image and booting.

      One trick I ended up doing post-install was mounting /tmp as type mfs to avoid writes to the SD card when possible.

      It’s overall stable and there are a good number of arm64 pkgs to install and setup smaller network appliances like a dnscrypt-proxy or a gemini capsule.

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        terminal

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