Best birthday present ever.
[Comment removed by author]
Time to donate to: OpenBSD Foundation or directly to OpenBSD
Good point, particularly for those of us who used to buy the CDs every six months.
Another neat thing is that OpenBSD works as a custom image on compute engine out of the box, (before it required some hacks to make DHCP work in the google environment).
I am planning on writing a blog post soonish on generating your own openbsd images to run on google compute.
Release announcement: http://marc.info/?l=openbsd-tech&m=149191695821636&w=2
<strike>Woah! amd64 now uses clang???? I completely missed that that was happening.</strike>
Arm64, not amd64. Were did you see that amd64 is using clang?
Oh crap! My eyes must be horrible!
And yes. Now that I look more closely at the tiny text, it does indeed say arm64.
FYI, you can do real strikethrough like this:
Thanks for the note! I was sure you could do it, but it’s not in the “Markdown formatting available” help, and I didn’t feel like trying to figure out more past that. I’ll PR lobsters to stick it in the help. :P
EDIT: Interesting history here. As of yesterday, the CommonMark stuff is in, so this can be fixed… at least seems to be the case: https://github.com/jcs/lobsters/pull/355
Guess today is as good as any to install her on my lowly PC.