Bug Buster's guide to OpenBSDCommonly Encountered Issues Recent updates
This guide is supplemental documentation to the man pages, available both in the installed system and online. The guide covers the active release of OpenBSD, currently v5.1. There are likely features and changes to features in the development version (-current) of OpenBSD that are not covered in the guide.
The guide in plain text form is available in the pub/OpenBSD/doc directory from many FTP mirrors, along with archival versions.
We ain't afraid of fixing bugs!
The Freely Licenced Productivity Accelerator!
Are you troubled by bugs in the middle of the night?
Calling the Bug Busters!
Easier than operating a proton pack!
Just don't cross the streams.
That's great! Actual network contact! Can you communicate?
Are you the keyboard master?
There's something very important I forgot to tell you.
You don't know what it's like out there! I've worked in the private sector... they expect bugs!
That would have worked if you hadn't stopped me.
We must prepare for the coming of Browser!
Hey... Where these stairs go?
How you gonna play the theme song?
Quite simple, really.
Usually we dont mingle with possessed people. But that's more a guideline than a rule
We have the tools, and we have the talent.
Commonly Encountered Issues
The Bug Buster's Guide to OpenBSD maintainers, following principles of honesty and idealism and where you can stuff them both, are Nick Holland and Stuart Henderson
Past maintainers include Steven Mestdagh, Joel Knight, Eric Jackson, Wim Vandeputte and Chris Cappuccio.
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