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    Default Intel KMS/DRM Driver Readied For OpenBSD

    Phoronix: Intel KMS/DRM Driver Readied For OpenBSD

    BSDs have struggled with their graphics drivers for years but at least the situation is slowly improving...

    http://www.phoronix.com/vr.php?view=MTMzMDA

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    Excellent news! I've been looking forward to this for quite some time. NetBSD: you're up next ;-)

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    I thought this won't happen in a long time.

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    Default CVS ?

    Seriously ? They really use CVS for their version control ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mickabouille View Post
    Seriously ? They really use CVS for their version control ?
    Yep, they even reimplemented it (OpenCVS)!
    Given that subversion is BSD/Apache licensed, it is really strange..

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    Default wscons?

    Cool!

    "including a beautiful accelerated wscons framebuffer console!"

    btw, what is this wscons?
    Is it like kmscon on Linux?

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    Quote Originally Posted by renox View Post
    Yep, they even reimplemented it (OpenCVS)!
    Given that subversion is BSD/Apache licensed, it is really strange..
    Or reimplement Git instead, if GPL is unacceptable.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CthuIhux View Post
    I'm not surprise, BSD projects = **** program managment

    They always reinvent the wheel (to make a crappier wheel). So they can be better proprietary *****.
    Do explain how the BSD license is proprietary, will you?

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