Linked by vermaden on Sun 1st May 2011 21:57 UTC
OpenBSD OpenBSD 4.9 release is ready, now with enabled NTFS by default (read-only), SMP kernels can now boot on machines with up to 64 cores, maximum allocation size for i386 bumped to 2G, added support for AES-NI instructions found in recent Intel processors, further improvements in suspend and resume and much more.
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Gnash
by earksiinni on Mon 2nd May 2011 04:28 UTC
earksiinni
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2009-03-27

4.9 supports Gnash 0.8.8, which works (mostly, from what I've read, if poorly) with YouTube. If only Hulu would work, too!

Has anyone tried the Wine port yet? It was a WIP last time I checked. Seems like there's a package here: http://ftp.eu.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/distfiles/

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RE: Gnash
by brynet on Mon 2nd May 2011 04:33 in reply to "Gnash"
brynet Member since:
2010-03-02

Wine is really dependent on a specific memory layout (..specifically, Windows applications are).

A proper "working" port of Wine would require some low level kernel changes.. it might never work properly, so if Wine is important to you, look elsewhere.

BTW, distfiles are not packages, just a mirror of the source distribution.

Edited 2011-05-02 04:36 UTC

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