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Old 6th November 2021
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I succesfully booted the .img file off a USB stick (surpisingly, is seems at the time IBM had introduced the capability of booting from flash drives in BIOS already) , and haven't tried booting *BSD from CD-ROM as the thinkpad was previously running OS/Warp

Yeah fond of that aspect ration as well, and TBH web browsing on w3m, dillo o netsurf is still quite feasible nonetheless
I will try 9.2 soon (9.1 CDROM failed too), hoping I can get back to NetBSD. I never tried the USB, will give the USB a try first.

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PS, I like your ctwm prints and I think NetBSD moving to ctwm as the default was a great decision.
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Default ctwm, 9.2

Back on NetBSD on my T420, installed last week and all working fine. I use to use ctwm as my WM many years ago, but recent changes and the fact it is the default on NetBSD, ctwm it is
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Back on NetBSD on my T420, installed last week and all working fine. I use to use ctwm as my WM many years ago, but recent changes and the fact it is the default on NetBSD, ctwm it is

I really love this slate blue colorscheme, very consistent. Would you mind sharing your ~/.ctwmrc ?
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I really love this slate blue colorscheme, very consistent. Would you mind sharing your ~/.ctwmrc ?
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try 2, having a hard time attaching it, I think this time it worked

Edit, added corresponding ~/.Xdefaults
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The best NetBSD version for my Raspberry 4: 9.99.99 with ctwm. Runs perfect for me.

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