I think HT stands for "Hyperthreading" and yes: The kernel-development for GNU/Linux had to admit that OpenBSD was absolutely right about deactivating this.
I agree with that as well.
That makes sense that HT = hyper-threading.
Btw, I had a few suggestions
default install when completed, having a way to enable internet via command line curses via dhcpcd, or somrthing else or if possible, better yet, a simple gui.
I would also say, making a guide for using dhcpcd-cli would be pretty useful if no gui is added.
I wonder if there is a way to make HyperbolaBSD have a power manager like auto-cpufreq work on it.
Btw, if this unpopular, no worries, but I may have said this a lot of times already elsewhere, but yeah I still think this:
It would be wise if the focus for Stable was done in permissive code first and foremost probably.
BSD-4 is going be a hurdle otherwise in some places. Besides, I am not convinced that copyleft is even close to a silver bullet given that
OpenBSD's code is already mostly permissive anyhow. I am not sure what would be gained aka.
Even if you want to make alternative code to the BSD-4 stuff, it might slow down development in a rather annoying way firsthand.
That's just my feelings though.
I also would love to have a filesystem with stability greater than EXT4 but with all the benefits that OpenZFS has, if possible.
This would be good due to power outage issues.
Btw this is last part is for the user below:
I think those "mitigations" have that effect usually anyhow.
Does OpenBSD not have, base system seperate from userland?
I would be surprised if this was the case, given OpenBSD's security protocol thinking.
And last but not least, Hyperbola will likely take the best of what they can find and use for their implementations.
This is still being planned on certain aspects, so its a stay tuned moment - the TV aspect which normally is involved in stay tuned...
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