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How To Make OpenBSD Run Beautifully On X1C6

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Found the simple solution to the problem that's been bugging me for months now.

As I mentioned in a previous video, OpenBSD was running abysmally slow after a shutdown (or sleep).

Turns out it's a Thunderbolt issue.

Thunderbolt BIOS Assist is disabled by default.

Enable it.

Problem solved. (but unsure on its affect on battery life)

Redpill your friends:

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Donovan Nagel
Applied Linguistics graduate, translator and entrepreneur who uses FreeBSD and OpenBSD exclusively for work.
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