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OpenBSD booting multi-user on Apple M1

Contributed by rueda on from the seM1-opened dept.

Mark Kettenis (kettenis@) is teasing OpenBSD booting multi-user on Apple M1 hardware:

So OpenBSD boots multi-user on the new Apple M1 hardware.  This still
has some hacks in it that need to be fixed, so don't expect support
for this in the tree right now.  But a big thank you to those that
contributed to the pool for getting us some hardware.

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See the full post for the dmesg.

Congratulations to all those involved!

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