OpenBSD as a laptop

Im trying to get OpenBSD running as a laptop but there are some problems that i came across. The first one is OpenBSD x64 cannot run linux compability mode which makes it alot harder to use MatLab. Im thinking of running in under QEMU but i think that it will have worse performance though.

To compile projects with Arduino works good, its console based but i dont care about that. I will check if there is any possibility to use geany as an IDE for arduino.

I also want to be able to program microcontrollers, specificly the microchip controllers. I have bought an PICKIT3 and im trying to make it work under OpenBSD now. I noticed that QEMU does not support USB passthrough, that makes it alot harder to make it work though.

 

Lets see where it goes!

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