ptys devfs

2001-06-24 Thread Valentin Nechayev
I. A session under screen, or sshd, or any another: netch@iv:~tty /dev/ttyp2 netch@iv:~ls -l /dev/tty /dev/ttyp2 crw--w 1 netch tty5, 2 Jun 24 13:09 /dev/tty crw--w 1 netch tty5, 2 Jun 24 13:09 /dev/ttyp2 root@iv:~##ls -l /dev/ttyp* crw--w 1 netch tty5, 2

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Re: [patch] netinet6/ip6_fw.c: use syslog for logging

2001-06-24 Thread Hajimu UMEMOTO
Fri, 22 Jun 2001 20:06:34 +0900, Jun Kuriyama [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: kuriyama I found logs from ipfw(8) and ip6fw(8) are stored to different place. kuriyama Former one is into security.info via syslog(3) but latter one is kuriyama into kern.crit via kernel printf(). kuriyama The reason of

Re: hints code bugs [Was: orm driver itches...]

2001-06-24 Thread Joerg Wunsch
Peter Wemm [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Definately a bug. :-( The scanner is effectively concatenating the device.hints and the config hints together when enumerating them. Speaking about bugs in the hints processing: Triggered by Michael Reifenberger [EMAIL PROTECTED], i started experimenting

su broken?

2001-06-24 Thread Bob Bishop
Hi, su appears to be asking for a password when invoked by root, eg: # su bin -c pwd Password: Broken, surely? -- Bob Bishop (0118) 977 4017 international code +44 118 [EMAIL PROTECTED]fax (0118) 989 4254 To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with

libalias, natd and punch_fw

2001-06-24 Thread Fürwitt, Bernd
hi, i've upgraded a system from 4.3-stable to 5.0-current (22.06.2001) and noticed that the punch_fw option of natd doesn't work anymore. i testet several active-ftp-connections and only got a response from the ftp-server 500 Invalid Port Command. natd did not punch new firewall-rules. is

Re: su broken?

2001-06-24 Thread Valentin Nechayev
Sun, Jun 24, 2001 at 19:21:20, rb (Bob Bishop) wrote about su broken?: su appears to be asking for a password when invoked by root, eg: # su bin -c pwd Password: root@iv:~##su bin -c pwd This account is currently not available. root@iv:~##su -m bin -c pwd /root Broken, surely?

unified pwutil library - thoughts?

2001-06-24 Thread Damieon Stark
Hey all, Ok, so my thinking goes a little like this: having chpass, vipw, passwd, rpc.yppasswdd et. al. using the same functions (pw_copy, pw_temp, pw_init...) and then, in order to update the database calling a function which does nothing more than execl(pwd_mkdb) and exit seems kinda

Re: Problems with md5 -p

2001-06-24 Thread Valentin Nechayev
Sun, Jun 24, 2001 at 09:25:22, stephen (Stephen Montgomery-Smith) wrote about Problems with md5 -p: I reproduce it stably on my -current. The second checksum is constant and it is MD5 checksum of an empty stream: root@iv:/usr/HEAD/src/sbin/md5##md5 /dev/null d41d8cd98f00b204e9800998ecf8427e

Re: Problems with md5 -p

2001-06-24 Thread Stephen Montgomery-Smith
OK, I'm going to make this into a PR so that it gets fixed soon. (The problem in stable appeared between May 19 and June 16.) Valentin Nechayev wrote: Sun, Jun 24, 2001 at 09:25:22, stephen (Stephen Montgomery-Smith) wrote about Problems with md5 -p: I reproduce it stably on my

Re: Problems with md5 -p

2001-06-24 Thread Valentin Nechayev
Sun, Jun 24, 2001 at 13:16:07, stephen (Stephen Montgomery-Smith) wrote about Re: Problems with md5 -p: OK, I'm going to make this into a PR so that it gets fixed soon. (The problem in stable appeared between May 19 and June 16.) Yes, it appeared with commits: ru 2001/05/22