Re: ftp vs. nfs install times

2000-10-26 Thread Poul-Henning Kamp
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], John Hay write s: I've tested last nights make release built install via both ftp and nfs and am seeing some rather strange results timeing wise: A full install (ie: select ALL) w/ ports. NFS: about 18 minutes. (ave. about 1000KB/sec) FTP:

Re: XFree86 3.3.6_3 build dies on -current

2000-10-26 Thread Marcel Moolenaar
Patrick Gardella wrote: In file included from /usr/include/sys/wait.h:93, from vgaHW.c:44: /usr/include/machine/endian.h:72: syntax error before `__uint16_swap_unit32' /usr/include/machine/endian.h:72: syntax error before `__x' snip The following 2 patches solve the

Re: ftp vs. nfs install times

2000-10-26 Thread John Hay
I've tested last nights make release built install via both ftp and nfs and am seeing some rather strange results timeing wise: A full install (ie: select ALL) w/ ports. NFS: about 18 minutes. (ave. about 1000KB/sec) FTP: about 70 minutes. (ave. about

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Re: strange problem of PPPoE + NAT

2000-10-26 Thread Terry Lambert
the other problem i had after switch that system to -current is that after a random time, the connection will frzzed. the routing table still exist, connection is still up. just cant connect to anywhere outside the network. no error or anything been loged in ppp.log. Interestingly

Re: ftp vs. nfs install times

2000-10-26 Thread Poul-Henning Kamp
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], John Hay write s: Try disabling newreno in both ends: sysctl -w net.inet.tcp.newreno=0 On my laptop with Wavelan cards this increases TCP throughput by a factor of 5. Yes, that makes a HUGE difference. I only did it on the current box. Internat is

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread Ed Hall
In real life, machines don't always get rebooted in a completely controlled fashion (panic, power failure, etc.). Anything that makes a reboot longer or less reliable is a definite non-starter. I can guarantee you, if the current /dev/random code isn't fixed before it makes STABLE, folks

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread David O'Brien
On Wed, Oct 25, 2000 at 09:28:31PM -0700, Doug Barton wrote: How exactly are you rebooting? If you're using the 'reboot' command, That is my standard rebooting method. ``reboot'' really has to be tolerated and something useful happen (ie, the next booting up doesn't hang (or delay for

Re: XFree86 3.3.6_3 build dies on -current

2000-10-26 Thread Satoshi - Ports Wraith - Asami
* From: Marcel Moolenaar [EMAIL PROTECTED] * The following 2 patches solve the problem when building XFree86-3.3.6 * with only the VGA16 and SVGA servers. Building other servers may still * be broken. Yikes. The same problem is killing (at least) all the emacsen too.

Re: sysinstall's console keymap menu

2000-10-26 Thread Jose M. Alcaide
Jordan Hubbard wrote: Jordan, what do you think about making the keymap selection the first step of the "Standard" installation? Most people don't need to set it, and the Standard install is all about trying to take the "most general" path. If I'm wildly wrong about this anywhere but

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread
On Wed, Oct 25, 2000 at 05:01:44PM -0700, Mark Murray wrote: I need logs. What logs you expect? It is just standard -current rc.* files. What is "did not work"? The same fortune quote again. What is "it worked"? Different fortune quote. What was the line you commented out? His

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Wed, Oct 25, 2000 at 10:35:55AM +, Terry Lambert wrote: I see the opposite. I see that without writing to the /dev/random device I get a cons is an object that cares fortune 99+% of the time on my first login. With it, I see more decently random fortunes (but I haven't done a

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Wed, Oct 25, 2000 at 02:50:29PM +0400, Andrej Cernov wrote: It is because /dev/random totally ignore _time_ and not reseed from it, but no other randomness source available at boot time. We should probably be using the time since boot as ONE thing we seed with, but it only provides maybe

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread
On Thu, Oct 26, 2000 at 12:48:19PM +0400, áÎÄÒÅÊ þÅÒÎÏ× wrote: On Wed, Oct 25, 2000 at 05:01:44PM -0700, Mark Murray wrote: I need logs. What logs you expect? It is just standard -current rc.* files. Here they are, in anycase, set -x as you requested (entropy-related lines only): + [ -w

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread
On Thu, Oct 26, 2000 at 02:21:22AM -0700, Kris Kennaway wrote: On Wed, Oct 25, 2000 at 02:50:29PM +0400, Andrej Cernov wrote: It is because /dev/random totally ignore _time_ and not reseed from it, but no other randomness source available at boot time. We should probably be using the

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread Rod Taylor
Doug Barton wrote: Wesley Morgan wrote: I'm not knocking anyone or any code, especially considering this IS -current... BUT... I don't need to read the code to know that I am seeing the same fortunes on first login after reboot more often than I can attribute to random chance. Maybe

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread
On Wed, Oct 25, 2000 at 07:50:28PM -0400, Wesley Morgan wrote: Now, the problem I am seeing is that not only do I get the same fortunes between reboots, but it is _always_ the same one: "Be ALERT (the world needs more lerts" BTW, my always-the-same fortune is different: "Adore, v.: To

Re: XFree86 3.3.6_3 build dies on -current

2000-10-26 Thread Bruce Evans
On 26 Oct 2000, Satoshi - Ports Wraith - Asami wrote: * From: Marcel Moolenaar [EMAIL PROTECTED] * The following 2 patches solve the problem when building XFree86-3.3.6 * with only the VGA16 and SVGA servers. Building other servers may still * be broken. Yikes. The same problem is

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread Jordan Hubbard
The issue is one of seeding the device strongly. If all you care about is getting a different fortune when you boot then seeding with e.g. the system boot time would be enough, but obviously it doesnt make /dev/random cryptographically secure. I think there's a more general point being made

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread John W. De Boskey
Jordan writes a nice piece of mail... If this was happening in -stable I'd be in total agreement. However, we're talking -current, and is not -current the integration area for new technologies, whether they be rough or round edged? This reminds me of the old development arguement: Don't do

Re: strange problem of PPPoE + NAT

2000-10-26 Thread Josh Tiefenbach
BTW: I believe PPPoE in both Julian and Archie's cases specifically uses the netgraph PPP implementation, so it's an "all in the kernel" approach; the problem may be your use of user space code (i.e. killable code, since you can't kill it in the kernel, only unlink or unload it). Actually,

Bug in ip_fw.c?

2000-10-26 Thread Harti Brandt
Hi, I stumbled over an interesting problem: the current kernel's NFS client code blocks when reading files of size 2828 byte over NFSv3 (see kern/22309). Today I tracked the problem down. It appears, that an IP packet cannot be reassembled, when the last fragment of it is from 1 to 7 bytes

Re: ftp vs. nfs install times

2000-10-26 Thread Andrew Gallatin
Poul-Henning Kamp writes: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], John Hay write s: Try disabling newreno in both ends: sysctl -w net.inet.tcp.newreno=0 On my laptop with Wavelan cards this increases TCP throughput by a factor of 5. Yes, that makes a HUGE difference. I

fsck in -current

2000-10-26 Thread Dmitry Valdov
Hello! fsck tries to run fsck_msdos for MSDOS partition, but there is no fsck_msdos in -current. Also fsck(8) says: SEE ALSO mount(8), fstab(5), fsck_msdos(8), fsck_ffs(8) ... man fsck_msdos No manual entry for fsck_msdos Dmitry. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Bug in ip_fw.c?

2000-10-26 Thread Ruslan Ermilov
[redirected to freebsd-ipfw] Certainly, there is a bug. Please test with attached patch. On Thu, Oct 26, 2000 at 04:01:07PM +0200, Harti Brandt wrote: Hi, I stumbled over an interesting problem: the current kernel's NFS client code blocks when reading files of size 2828 byte over NFSv3

Re: fsck in -current

2000-10-26 Thread Johan Karlsson
At Thu, 26 Oct 2000 19:23:27 +0400, Dmitry Valdov wrote: Hello! fsck tries to run fsck_msdos for MSDOS partition, but there is no fsck_msdos in -current. Also fsck(8) says: SEE ALSO mount(8), fstab(5), fsck_msdos(8), fsck_ffs(8) ... man fsck_msdos No manual entry for

Problem in fetch

2000-10-26 Thread Andrea Campi
When trying to install ports, very often I find everything freezes just after fetch completes. If I hit ^C and type "make install" again, the tarball is there, that's why I say that fetch is already done. If I hit ^T, I see fetch sitting in sbwait, the time not increasing. Any idea? -- You can

RE: fsck in -current

2000-10-26 Thread Andrea Campi
joke ln -sf /bin/true /sbin/fsck_msdos /joke Sorry, today I'm quite exausted... ;-) -Original Message- From: Dmitry Valdov [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Thursday, October 26, 2000 5:23 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: fsck in -current Hello! fsck tries to run fsck_msdos

Re: smp instability

2000-10-26 Thread Patrick Hartling
Patrick Hartling [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: } John Baldwin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: } } } } } On 25-Oct-00 Chuck Robey wrote: } } I'm having rather extreme problems with stability on my dual PIII } } setup. I know this is to be expected, but it's gotten so extreme on my } } system, I can't

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread Matt Dillon
:In real life, machines don't always get rebooted in a completely :controlled fashion (panic, power failure, etc.). Anything that :makes a reboot longer or less reliable is a definite non-starter. : :I can guarantee you, if the current /dev/random code isn't fixed before :it makes STABLE, folks

RE: Problem in fetch

2000-10-26 Thread Andrea Campi
Sorry to follow up on myself... I forgot to mention this is -CURRENT, updated to a couple of days ago... -Original Message- From: Andrea Campi Sent: Thursday, October 26, 2000 6:44 PM To: '[EMAIL PROTECTED]' Subject: Problem in fetch When trying to install ports, very often I

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread Mark Murray
What logs you expect? It is just standard -current rc.* files. Here they are, in anycase, set -x as you requested (entropy-related lines only): + [ -w /dev/random ] + [ -f /var/db/entropy -a -r /var/db/entropy -a -s /var/db/entropy ] + echo Using /var/db/entropy as an entropy file +

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread Mark Murray
What logs you expect? It is just standard -current rc.* files. Here they are, in anycase, set -x as you requested (entropy-related lines only): + [ -w /dev/random ] + [ -f /var/db/entropy -a -r /var/db/entropy -a -s /var/db/entropy ] + echo Using /var/db/entropy as an entropy file +

Re: XFree86 3.3.6_3 build dies on -current

2000-10-26 Thread Marcel Moolenaar
Satoshi - Ports Wraith - Asami wrote: * From: Marcel Moolenaar [EMAIL PROTECTED] * The following 2 patches solve the problem when building XFree86-3.3.6 * with only the VGA16 and SVGA servers. Building other servers may still * be broken. Yikes. The same problem is killing (at

Re: pccard_ether wouldn't kill dhclient when card is removed

2000-10-26 Thread Motomichi Matsuzaki
Please, please commit this. At Wed, 25 Oct 2000 01:31:57 +0900, Motomichi Matsuzaki [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: patch for revision 1.20: --- /etc/pccard_ether Thu Oct 19 16:24:35 2000 +++ pccard_ether Wed Oct 25 01:27:05 2000 @@ -46,7 +46,7 @@ interface=$1 shift -startstop=$2

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread John Baldwin
On 26-Oct-00 Rod Taylor wrote: Doug Barton wrote: Wesley Morgan wrote: I'm not knocking anyone or any code, especially considering this IS -current... BUT... I don't need to read the code to know that I am seeing the same fortunes on first login after reboot more often than I can

buildkernel error

2000-10-26 Thread Igor Timkin
check outed 1 hour ago. === ipfilter cc -O -pipe -DIPFILTER=1 -DIPFILTER_LKM -DIPFILTER_LOG -D_KERNEL -Wall -Wredundant-decls -Wnested-externs -Wstrict-prototypes -Wmissing-prototypes -Wpointer-arith -Winline -Wcast-qual -fformat-extensions -ansi -DKLD_MODULE -nostdinc -I- -I. -I@

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread
On Thu, Oct 26, 2000 at 09:56:00AM -0700, Matt Dillon wrote: simple: don't try to save the random seed from the shutdown script. I would argue that the very *LAST* thing you want to do when shutting a machine down is start writing out files. And, frankly, depending on I agree.

Re: new rc.network6 and rc.firewall6

2000-10-26 Thread Nik Clayton
On Tue, Oct 24, 2000 at 02:56:07PM -0700, Jordan Hubbard wrote: [redirected to just -current; I'm not sure what this has to do with -net] I agree. I've been using them for a while on my dog slow Windows CE machine. There were some minor issues when they were first committed to NetBSD

Re: strange problem of PPPoE + NAT

2000-10-26 Thread Terry Lambert
BTW: I believe PPPoE in both Julian and Archie's cases specifically uses the netgraph PPP implementation, so it's an "all in the kernel" approach; the problem may be your use of user space code (i.e. killable code, since you can't kill it in the kernel, only unlink or unload it).

Re: new rc.network6 and rc.firewall6

2000-10-26 Thread Warner Losh
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Nik Clayton writes: : On Tue, Oct 24, 2000 at 02:56:07PM -0700, Jordan Hubbard wrote: : [redirected to just -current; I'm not sure what this has to do with -net] : : I agree. I've been using them for a while on my dog slow Windows CE : machine. There were

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread Terry Lambert
It is because /dev/random totally ignore _time_ and not reseed from it, but no other randomness source available at boot time. We should probably be using the time since boot as ONE thing we seed with, but it only provides maybe 3-4 bits of randomness - meaning if thats all you seed

Re: new rc.network6 and rc.firewall6

2000-10-26 Thread Gerhard Sittig
On Wed, Oct 25, 2000 at 15:17 -0500, Mike Meyer wrote: Gerhard Sittig writes: What's new is: - include the general config at the start (and yes, in every single script -- but this should be neglectable in terms of speed penalty and makes them work separately, too -- which is a

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread Mark Murray
The actual time would probably be more useful than the time since boot. Heck - I can use both. Its cheap enough. I still have a problem with what I see as a fundamental weakness in storing "randomness" across reboots. Schneier recommends this in his Yarrow paper. Logically, given a

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread Doug Barton
On Thu, 26 Oct 2000, John Baldwin wrote: How about when I hit the reset button? That case SHOULD be taken care of too! Would it not be possible to sample /dev/random to store the entropy every hour or so that the system runs? Atleast that way you would be guarenteed to have something.

Re: Problem in fetch

2000-10-26 Thread Jeroen Ruigrok van der Werven
[Making sure Dag-Erling gets the mail] -On [20001026 18:45], Andrea Campi ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: When trying to install ports, very often I find everything freezes just after fetch completes. If I hit ^C and type "make install" again, the tarball is there, that's why I say

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Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread David O'Brien
On Thu, Oct 26, 2000 at 09:25:05AM -0400, John W. De Boskey wrote: If this was happening in -stable I'd be in total agreement. However, we're talking -current, and is not -current the integration area for new technologies, whether they be rough or round edged? Yes, -CURRENT is for new

ipfw question.

2000-10-26 Thread Glen Gross
I built a 4.1.1 kernel, and the module was built, but when I load the ipfw module with #kldload ipfw it defaults to a deny_all policy, even though I have default_to_accept in my kernel configuration. This makes it difficult to configure remotely without getting locked out of the system. Is

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread Mark Murray
I stated this same objection until I actually attended Mark's presentation at the 'con. The yarrow algorithm uses an encrypted hash for the entropy on the way in, and encrypts the output on the way out. This would make it extremely difficult to guess the state at reboot, even if we

Re: ipfw question.

2000-10-26 Thread Bill Fumerola
On Thu, Oct 26, 2000 at 01:31:03PM -0700, Glen Gross wrote: I built a 4.1.1 kernel, and the module was built, but when I load the ipfw module with #kldload ipfw it defaults to a deny_all policy, even though I have default_to_accept in my kernel configuration. This makes it difficult

RE: ipfw question.

2000-10-26 Thread Glen Gross
Thanks, I suppose I should have been able to figure that one out... if I could log in! I will fix it when I get home. :-) On Thursday, October 26, 2000 1:32 PM, Bill Fumerola [SMTP:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: On Thu, Oct 26, 2000 at 01:31:03PM -0700, Glen Gross wrote: I built a 4.1.1

A few issues I ran into (and a quick question)

2000-10-26 Thread Rogier R. Mulhuijzen
First of all (using -current of 26 October) I was not able to attach pcm to my Yamaha OPL-SAx soundcard in my Toshiba Tecra8000 when using snd_pcm.ko. Using a statically compiled driver though I had no trouble whatsoever. The module was pre-loaded at boot time. 2nd with a working pcm driver I

Re: ipfw question.

2000-10-26 Thread Bill Fumerola
On Thu, Oct 26, 2000 at 01:36:40PM -0700, Glen Gross wrote: Thanks, I suppose I should have been able to figure that one out... if I could log in! I will fix it when I get home. :-) Playing with firewalls without out-of-band (serial console, nocmonkey, etc) is dangerous. -- Bill Fumerola

Re: $B$O$8$a$^$7$F!#(B

2000-10-26 Thread Rogier R. Mulhuijzen
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Re: ipfw question.

2000-10-26 Thread Rogier R. Mulhuijzen
This makes it difficult to configure remotely without getting locked out of the system. Is there a way to cause the ipfw module to default to a different policy upon loading? I'm not sure about influencing modules with options in kernel config, I'll leave that to the pro's but you could as a

No Subject

2000-10-26 Thread Ed Hall
Doug Barton wrote: : Pending Mark's approval, I'd like to suggest we add a cron job to : dump X k of data from /dev/random to a file (/boot/.periodic_entropy : maybe?) and use that, AND ${entropy_file:/var/db/entropy} to reseed at : boot, and only do the "long, annoying" failover process if

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread Matt Dillon
:I like that, but I'd like to see more than one file. This avoids the race :where fsck may blat an incompletely written file after a (in)convenient :crash. : :We are really headed towards saving state in the first swap partition :(if there is one). :M :-- :Mark Murray :Join the anti-SPAM

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread Ed Hall
Doug Barton wrote: : Pending Mark's approval, I'd like to suggest we add a cron job to : dump X k of data from /dev/random to a file (/boot/.periodic_entropy : maybe?) and use that, AND ${entropy_file:/var/db/entropy} to reseed at : boot, and only do the "long, annoying" failover process if

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread Mark Murray
This would be trivial, you can use the swap allocation code (example: see the VN device, dev/vn/vn.c) to reserve, read, and write the swap. Thanks! :-) However, I don't see much of a point in doing this. Not everyone configures swap, so you can't count on it, and a system

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread Matt Dillon
: This would be trivial, you can use the swap allocation code (example: : see the VN device, dev/vn/vn.c) to reserve, read, and write the swap. : :Thanks! :-) : : However, I don't see much of a point in doing this. Not everyone : configures swap, so you can't count on it, and a

Is this a typo?

2000-10-26 Thread Julian Elischer
in the bus_alloc_resource() man page it states: dev is the device that requests ownership of the resource. Before allo- cation, the device is owned by the parent bus. should that be: "Before allocation, the resource is owned by the parent bus." ? (It doesn't make sense t me as it

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread Doug Barton
On Thu, 26 Oct 2000, Ed Hall wrote: How about skipping the "long, annoying failover process" altogether and simply logging to the console that the entropy reseeding process was incomplete? Forcing an indeterminate delay to gather entropy is more than a little paternalistic. The

Re: A few issues I ran into (and a quick question)

2000-10-26 Thread Cameron Grant
First of all (using -current of 26 October) I was not able to attach pcm to my Yamaha OPL-SAx soundcard in my Toshiba Tecra8000 when using snd_pcm.ko. Using a statically compiled driver though I had no trouble whatsoever. The module was pre-loaded at boot time. snd_pcm is the core module, it

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread Poul-Henning Kamp
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Doug Barton writes: On Thu, 26 Oct 2000, Ed Hall wrote: How about skipping the "long, annoying failover process" altogether and simply logging to the console that the entropy reseeding process was incomplete? Forcing an indeterminate delay to gather entropy is

Re: ipfw question.

2000-10-26 Thread David O'Brien
On Thu, Oct 26, 2000 at 04:31:57PM -0400, Bill Fumerola wrote: #If you want it verbose #CFLAGS+= -DIPFIREWALL_VERBOSE #CFLAGS+= -DIPFIREWALL_VERBOSE_LIMIT=100 # #If you want it to pass all packets by default #CFLAGS+= -DIPFIREWALL_DEFAULT_TO_ACCEPT So one doesn't have to change the source,

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread Wesley Morgan
On Thu, 26 Oct 2000, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: I don't really care that much how good my random bits are right after boot, but I do care about my machine coming up quickly. I don't know about that, look at your boot logs: Oct 26 17:32:19 catalyst /boot/kernel/kernel: Copyright (c) 1992-2000

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread David O'Brien
On Thu, Oct 26, 2000 at 02:25:58PM -0700, Matt Dillon wrote: /etc/rc already assumes that /var is writable. I recommend that you make that assumption by default... have the default entropy file be something like "/var/db/entropy_seed" and allow the administrator to override it

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread Poul-Henning Kamp
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] om, Wesley Morgan writes: On Thu, 26 Oct 2000, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: I don't really care that much how good my random bits are right after boot, but I do care about my machine coming up quickly. I don't know about that, look at your boot logs: Oct 26 17:32:19

Re: ipfw question.

2000-10-26 Thread John Baldwin
On 26-Oct-00 David O'Brien wrote: On Thu, Oct 26, 2000 at 04:31:57PM -0400, Bill Fumerola wrote: #If you want it verbose #CFLAGS+= -DIPFIREWALL_VERBOSE #CFLAGS+= -DIPFIREWALL_VERBOSE_LIMIT=100 # #If you want it to pass all packets by default #CFLAGS+= -DIPFIREWALL_DEFAULT_TO_ACCEPT So

No Subject

2000-10-26 Thread vtycer
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Re: ipfw question.

2000-10-26 Thread David O'Brien
On Thu, Oct 26, 2000 at 03:18:55PM -0700, John Baldwin wrote: Ugh, no. Peter's forthcoming config(8) changes will allow you to specify kernel options to use when building modules (actually, it builds modules in the same environment as the kernel) to properly handle this. Just be patient

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread Jim Bryant
hmmm... I just got a message from chris, he said he will be adding AES/Rijndael to the kernel ASAP... According to the Rijndael spec, it seems to also function as an excellant pseudo-random number generator... You can find this info at: http://www.esat.kuleuven.ac.be/~rijmen/rijndael Section

Re: ipfw question.

2000-10-26 Thread John Baldwin
On 26-Oct-00 David O'Brien wrote: On Thu, Oct 26, 2000 at 03:18:55PM -0700, John Baldwin wrote: Ugh, no. Peter's forthcoming config(8) changes will allow you to specify kernel options to use when building modules (actually, it builds modules in the same environment as the kernel) to

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread Mark Murray
Hi Very wonderful ideas! It will take me a bit of time to implement this cleanly as I am not close enough to my Prime Development Platform, but I will do something as soon as possible. Consider it to be not less than two weeks, unless someone submits patches first. :-) M :There is the

Re: A few issues I ran into (and a quick question)

2000-10-26 Thread Dan Papasian
On Thu, Oct 26, 2000 at 10:43:44PM +0200, Rogier R. Mulhuijzen wrote: Oh, just out of curiosity, I build both my kernel and world with -mcpu=pentiumpro and -march=pentiumpro. Would there be any reasons not to? Anything above -O -pipe is not offically supported. While you didn't give your

Re: XFree86 3.3.6_3 build dies on -current

2000-10-26 Thread Garrett Wollman
On Thu, 26 Oct 2000 13:58:09 -0400, Marcel Moolenaar [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Eventually yes, but not this way. According to Bruce sys/types is a prerequisite for sys/wait. This is currently true, but should be fixed this year (probably not this month -- it depends on how much energy I have).

Re: ipfw question.

2000-10-26 Thread Jordan Hubbard
I disagree. Vaporware (example Son of Sysinstall) has kept us from improving things until the fabled newstuff arrives. That's actually a bad example since just a brief glance at the cvs commit logs for sysinstall will show that a number of fingers have dived into it over the years and

Re: $B$O$8$a$^$7$F!#(B

2000-10-26 Thread Jun Kuriyama
At 26 Oct 2000 20:37:48 GMT, Rogier R. Mulhuijzen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Does this look like english to anyone and is my mailer messed, or is this gobbledegook to anyone not using Outlook + japanese character set? That is spam like a "get money fast!" written in Japanese. That is not

Re: entropy reseeding is totally broken

2000-10-26 Thread Doug Barton
David O'Brien wrote: On Thu, Oct 26, 2000 at 02:25:58PM -0700, Matt Dillon wrote: /etc/rc already assumes that /var is writable. I recommend that you make that assumption by default... have the default entropy file be something like "/var/db/entropy_seed" and allow the

AMD broken in -current?

2000-10-26 Thread Jordan Hubbard
It use to work in early October, but now I get the following using the stock (/etc/defaults/rc.conf) amd flags: amd[321]: /host: mount: Operation not supported by device amd[322]: /net: mount: Operation not supported by device amd[321]: /host: mount: No such file or directory amd[322]: /net:

Re: ipfw question.

2000-10-26 Thread David O'Brien
On Thu, Oct 26, 2000 at 08:47:35PM -0700, Jordan Hubbard wrote: G. Hot button. :) Quite sorry, didn't mean to push any buttons. But once again I just got hit by having a anchient /stand/sysinstall not be able to find any devices when I wanted to use it's Fdisk editor. Way back when I

Re: AMD broken in -current?

2000-10-26 Thread David O'Brien
On Thu, Oct 26, 2000 at 09:04:45PM -0700, Jordan Hubbard wrote: It use to work in early October, but now I get the following using the stock (/etc/defaults/rc.conf) amd flags: It works on my Oct 22nd world. -- David ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with