Solution 1 – Change MTS setting on TV or remote from SAP to Stereo or Mono. One solution mentioned changing the MTS setting which is used by the hearing impaired. My remote didn’t have this option so I checked the digital adapter menu items.
Solution 2 – Change Language\Audio setting to English. I found that my Language\Audio setting was set to Espanol. Changing this to English brought my sound back. Funny since I got no sound with the Espanol setting, not even Spanish.
Problem – Which CMS should I use?
Solution – WordPress seems to be the easiest for home users. A comparison of WordPress, Drupal and Joomla can be found here.
Problem – Not sure what video card type I need to purchase.
Solution – An image of the different video card slots can be found here. A copy of this image is below.
Problem – sudo command doesn’t work after upgrading from OpenBSD 5.7 to OpenBSD 5.8. I’m supposed to use the doas command but I haven’t used it much.
Solution – Install sudo from ports. The sudo command was moved to ports in OpenBSD 5.8. Install sudo from ports to continue using sudo.
Problem – I get the message ‘you are not in group wheel’ when I su even though I am in the wheel group. Ran groups command showing wheel username
Solution – Enter command sudo user mod -G wheel username to add username to wheel when user already exists. Help on this info found here.
Enter the command groupinfo wheel to find out what users are in the wheel group.
Some people report still having problems. One solution found here seems to be running the following command chmod +s /bin/su
OpenBSD 5.8 moved sudo to ports so it has to be installed separately.
Edit the ~/.profile file to change the command line prompt. Add the following line
export PS1=’\u@\h\w\\$ ‘
to get a prompt like
Run the command tcpdump -n -e -ttt -I pflog0 to continuously view logged packets from your pfctl ruleset. Check out the OpenBSD PF Logging section for more info on tcpdump.