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Category: Open Bsd

Modifications on OpenBSD sysupgrade

Posted on 2019-11-10 17:04:00 by Vincent in Open Bsd

Since version 6.6 of OpenBSD we can upgrade a machine via a simple commmand: [sysupgrade](http://man.openbsd.org/sysupgrade). Unfortunately this tool as some side effects annoying for me: install all sets and reboot immediately without asking it. In this blog, I present modifications I did in order to solve those problems.

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Fapws4 is running without troubles since 100 days

Posted on 2019-10-13 21:27:00 by Vincent in Open Bsd Fapws4

Today it's exactly 100 days that my website is running on top of Fapws4 without any troubles.

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update version of xenodm loginscreen

Posted on 2019-07-20 08:54:00 by Vincent in Open Bsd

After my blog on [xenodm](/post/post_20190626), I've received several interesting remarks. So, this blog is to integrate some of those remarks (not all) and to include a nice looking dynamic picture.

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Fapws4 a Fast Asynchronous Python Web Server

Posted on 2019-07-17 14:34:00 by Vincent in Open Bsd Fapws4

Fapws4 is a re-write of [fapws3](http://www.fapws.org), but using libraries like [libuv](https://github.com/libuv/libuv) and [picohttpparser](https://github.com/h2o/picohttpparser). So, the goal is to build a very fast python web server where most of the processing aspects are written in C. The developer using it, will have to simply write the logic of his web pages in Python.

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Nice looking and light login screen for xenodm

Posted on 2019-06-26 22:23:00 by Vincent in Open Bsd

In this blog, I will describe how I've build a simple, but still nice looking login screen based on [xenodm](http://man.openbsd.org/xenodm).

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In the series of Fast Asynchronous Python web servers

Posted on 2019-06-15 08:22:00 by Vincent in Open Bsd Fapws4

As already discussed on this blog, I'm a user of [Fapws3](http://www.fapws.org) since several years. I like his small foot print in memory, simplicity to use in Python. But it runs only with Python-2.x and cannot manage correctly POST commands with big files. So, I've decided to jump into the C programming language and develop Fapws4. An evolution of Fapws3, that do not have those pain points. In this blog, I will show you first results of Fapws4

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How to filter files for a backup ?

Posted on 2019-05-05 16:12:00 by Vincent in Open Bsd

With the posix [tar](http://man.openbsd.org/tar) command, we cannot exclude files' pattern like [gnu-tar](https://www.gnu.org/software/tar/manual/tar.html) does. This article will propose some alternatives.

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Simple way to generate strong passwords

Posted on 2019-03-16 16:19:00 by Vincent in Open Bsd

More and more persons are using a password storage system. Thanks to those systems, we can put complex passwords in our different applications. So, the next need is to create such complex password. This blog will explain how to do it. At the end of the blog, you will see how to perform this on OpenBSD in a simple and efficient way

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moving from vim to nvim

Posted on 2019-03-08 13:47:00 by Vincent in Open Bsd

I'm a vim user since several years. This blog explain how I move to neovim.

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News concerning Yabitrot

Posted on 2019-02-19 20:36:00 by Vincent in Open Bsd yabitrot

In this blog some news concerning the last changes implemented in yabitrot version 0.4

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