just installed openbsd on my chromebook, seems to be working fine!
since it's my first time using openbsd, here are some stuff that i will start to do on my machines after installing openbsd:
doas is kinda the equivalent of
sudo. to enable it, run
cp /etc/examples/doas.conf /etc to copy the doas config file.
disable root account
doas is ready, we dont need to root account anymore. to disable it, run
usermod -p'*' root to set the root password to
*. this will prevent root from log on directly to the machine (with
su as an example), but with
doas we can run
doas sh to get a shell.
install missing firmware for your hardware
maybe your wifi card isn't working? or maybe you can't display any graphical interface? maybe that's because you don't have the firmware for it: here's how to install it:
doas fw_update -i to see the missing firmwares.
so grab a flash drive, format it in fat filesystem format, go to firmware.openbsd.org, download the missing firmwares, along with the SHA256.sig and index.txt files, and put them on the usb key.
mount the flash drive on openbsd, and run
doas fw_update -p *path of flash drive* to install the firmwares from the flash drive.
your missing firmware isn't now.