FreeBSD Screen Shots

Trihexagonal

Daemon

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Maschinenmensch.jpg


My W520 just updated to FreeBSD 12,2-RELEASE-p7 tonight with a wallpaper image of False Maria from Metropolis.

My site for Demonica could end up with that theme. An image of Rotwang and False Maria are my avatar elsewhere, and most fitting I must admit.
 

grahamperrin

Aspiring Daemon

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Stretching the boundaries of what can be classified as a screenshot, this one's animated:

<https://photos.app.goo.gl/wKSCQtUWy1c4XYd4A>

because your cat played with the AC adapter

Pickle cat finds it simpler to occasionally tread on the massive power button of the dock that's conveniently locked-in behind the laptop display, where he likes to sit and watch me.

zpool status consequently reports catastrophic failure of the pool that's on a mobile hard disk drive connected via USB. Numerous reported catastrophes but never a truly permanent error. Thank you, OpenZFS. It's a miracle.

Catwoman is prowling

Billski Squeakelstiltskin (extensions manager) says hi.
 

Fuzzbox

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Pickle cat finds it simpler to occasionally tread on the massive power button of the dock that's conveniently locked-in behind the laptop display, where he likes to sit and watch me.
Ahahah, excellent !
Love the vid.
 

hunter0one

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Here's my go at this. Just finished a painstakingly difficult installation of TDE. I also had a hard time sending this screenshot, for some reason SeaMonkey doesnt play well with this forums image upload. Alas, here is my main computer running FreeBSD 13. :)
 

covacat

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You somehow ended up with a 10.3 binary in the midst of what should have been 13.0-RELEASE?
in the 1st step only the new kernel is installed, so that was expected. Probably it will be better if the new /rescue is installed along with the new kernel so you have more working tools if you get to single user after the first reboot.
 
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