I'm using acme also on OpenBSD.
I don't know any better editor than that.
Of course, where acme cannot use, such as cui only, I use ed.
Post by 岡本健二
in-current means stable 6.4?
No. Look in the FAQ. Look at the running -current page
Look at what release -> stable is.
Run -current only if you need something new, are developing base/ports
or wish to help test the software/hardware being developed.
It is not always stable. It could have new security problems temporarily
before those changes are fixed or pulled out.
However, OpenBSD runs ports and base code as a unit. You cannot run
current without making your current up to date and using the latest
version of ports/packages. Unless you find a nice spot and just stay
OpenBSD is not a jumbled mess of code all over the place. It's one of
many reasons that it has fewer bugs -> better security. Also, security
specific methods are always under active development.
Please read the entire FAQ and PF Guide. Please read all of the man
pages for any commands you need to use or are interested in.
Please learn what you can do with boot -s or boot -c. You will at some
point need to use them. Search the mailing list archives for interesting
topics. Figure out how to handle the filesystem when it gets hosed
during a power failure. Figure out how to arrange your disklabel at
install to let you use growfs.
I also suggest that you learn to use ed. It's not hard to use, but it's
really, really old. It's still actively maintained because it's 100%
The command line is so powerful once you learn to use it. We don't want
GUI interfaces for this stuff because we expect you to truly learn what
to do and why.
Have a good day,