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Configure error with pkgsrc trying to build xf86-video-intel

I am trying to build xf86-video-intel driver on NetBSD 64bit, and I have this problem: checking whether to build Xorg PCI functions... checking for PCIACCESS... no configure: error: Package ...
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How to bootstrap a MIPS NetBSD iso in qemu?

I'm trying to bootstrap a NetBSD 4.0 iso in qemu, but am not having much luck. My host computer is running OS X, and I successfully installed qemu with homebrew, but have been unable to bootstrap the ...
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Reliable HFS+ Journaled mount in any OS for ARMv6

I need an operating system for ARMv6 (Raspberry Pi) that can reliably mount HFS+ Journaled as read/write, with volume sizes up to 16TB. I've not been able to find details on how stable HFS+ Journaled ...
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Is there a way to specify the number of CPUs which NetBSD may use throughout its uptime?

I am try to solve a very weird X problem, and I have noticed that changing number of CPU cores of the machine that NetBSD runs on may help me to solve it. What I wish to do is to give NetBSD 8 cores ...
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NetBSD as VMware workstation guest: `startx` hangs and maxes all CPUs utilization

I am using VMware workstation 8. I have attempted to install and run NetBSD 5.1.2 and 6.0. Installations all went OK and the system was usable until I install a window manager. After installed xfce4, ...
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NetBSD kernel - C Prog

I am trying to boot the system in silent mode by setting the AB_SILENT flag in the boothowto variable. I'm new to the NetBSD kernel - can anyone throw some light on how to proceed?
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NetBSD Networking

I have an old Toshiba Satellite 4015CDT, with Pentium II MMX, 32MB RAM, 4GB HDD. It also has one USB 1.0 port, parallel and serial ports, a 3.5" floppy drive and a CD-ROM drive (probably almost dead). ...
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Most Windows-like text editor that can be used through PuTTY in NetBSD?

Please help me find an editor that behaves more like the modern Windows editors do, that I could use on a NetBSD box through PuTTY. This includes the absense of the distinction between ...
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NetBSD, OpenBSD, *BSD and FreeBSD compared

I recall reading a comparison of NetBSD and FreeBSD a few years back, and in 2000 (okay many) it looked like NetBSD forked processes better, while FreeBSD threaded better, and so, for Apache 1 NetBSD ...