Re: userland ppp - startup

1999-07-07 Thread Brian Somers
On Mon, Jul 05, 1999 at 08:59:41PM +0100, Brian Somers wrote: [-current cc'd - please don't make this a big thread !] /etc/start_if.tun0 with an ``exec ppp ...''. This starts things up at the correct point. However, maybe it's time for a knob in rc.conf ? Something like

Re: [Fwd: Tun interface related panic]

1999-07-27 Thread Brian Somers
Brian Somers wrote: Ok, I found the culprit in ppp. I'm committing a change now. Thanks for the report ! It seems that have found other culpit, because I'm continuing to see "Error: ip_Input: deflink: wrote 0, got Input/output error" (3.2-STABLE) even using pp

Re: [Fwd: Tun interface related panic]

1999-07-28 Thread Brian Somers
[.] I've fixed it in -current, not yet in -stable. You could try the latest ppp archive from my web site if you want to confirm whether or not the fix works. No, you misunderstood me. I'm usually using on my 3.2 box the ppp compiled from the current sources of 4.0 (BTW ppp from

libalias or libnat. Vote ?

1999-08-22 Thread Brian Somers
This topic was discussed last January - should libalias be renamed to libnat ? As of a few days ago, ppp(8) supports the -nat flag (as well as the -alias flag for backwards compatibility), however, it's not clear that we really want to go the whole hog and change the library name interface

Re: Still can't install current via ftp!

1999-09-03 Thread Brian Somers
I just downloaded the latest floppies from current (19990827) and tried installing current on a different machine that did not have a previous version of FreeBSD on it. As before (search for vty3 and Alt-F3), once I went through the novice installation and got to the part to connect to

Re: DANGER: login and friends with libscrypt/libdescrypt

1999-09-21 Thread Brian Somers
I've just been bitten by the following, so I figured I might as well warn others. From a quick glance it doesn't seem to have been mentioned, or not clearly enough, in this list. Too late drat ! But xdm saves the day ! [.] -- Pierre Beyssac[EMAIL PROTECTED] --

Re: On hub.freebsd.org refusing to talk to dialups

1999-09-26 Thread Brian Somers
Basically, I think not allowing ISP's to allow the Dialup lines to forward email as a good thing, but for them to limit was businesses do with their IP traffic is simply too big brother'ish, no matter what their contract states. If _we_ don't start to do something about it, big brother

Re: New CVSup mirror sites

1999-10-03 Thread Brian Somers
As I recall, John Polstra wrote: In the US, cvsup[1-3] are very busy; clients get turned away from them on a regular basis because they are already at their limit. The other 4 mirrors are practically idle in comparison. These are all screaming fast, well-connected, well-maintained

Re: make install trick

1999-10-05 Thread Brian Somers
[.] Please read more of the thread before replying, the fact of [.] Now if everyone used mailers that actually wrote correct in-reply-to lines, this might be a realistic thing to suggest ! -- Brian [EMAIL PROTECTED][EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: make install trick

1999-10-05 Thread Brian Somers
In any case, you should not be doing lots of writes to root, so the lack of softupdates should not be a problem. So, are you suggesting make /tmp it's own disk, otherwise anytime you do development alot of writes are done to /. And, if you do lots of development, then you'll have the

Re: make install trick

1999-10-05 Thread Brian Somers
On 1999-Oct-06 09:55:26 +1000, Alfred Perlstein wrote: I've seen softupdates nearly eliminate disk io for systems that used an abmornal amount of temp files, but the fact that it can destabilize a system worries me greatly. What do you mean by `destabilize'? There are bugs in softupdates

People getting automatically unsub'ed from -arch

1999-10-11 Thread Brian Somers
I Can't believe this email only produced TWO responses! I would have thought that this wouldhav brought out the chainsaws! Maybe no-one is listenning on 'arch' any more, or maybe 'arch' doesn't work? (the only responders got it via 'core') Interesting. It appears that somehow I got

ftp client

1999-10-16 Thread Brian Somers
Anyone know what this is all about ? I'm using ``ftp -pV'' as my fetch command. Is ftpd on *all* these systems really stupid enough to time out the control channel when the data channels busy ? Should ftp be changed so that it does the occasional NOOP ? Attempting to fetch from

Re: SYN Flood/DoS/PPP/ipfw

1999-11-02 Thread Brian Somers
The other day my machine was attacked with, what i believe is, a SYN flood. tcpdump gave me this output (1.1.1.1 is me and 2.2.2.2 is him) 20:57:05.828276 2.2.2.2.4064 1.1.1.1.33948: S 1409055765:14090557 65(0) win 32120 mss 1460,sackOK,timestamp 2513879 0,nop,wscale 0 (DF)

Re: ppp problems

1999-11-17 Thread Brian Somers
everything is working fine as it used to after installing current but i get this error message when ppp tries to connect "ppp[52]: tun0: Warning: deflink: /dev/cuaa1: Bad file descriptor" i'm not sure how to fix this any ideas ? [.] You'll need to explain a bit more, and maybe share

Re: ps on 4.0-current

1999-11-23 Thread Brian Somers
In the last episode (Nov 23), Forrest Aldrich said: Why does ps not show the full path on 4.0 as in 3.3? (for non-root users) 4.0 ps -ax 134 v2 Is+0:00.00 (getty) 135 v3 Is+0:00.00 (getty) 136 v4 Is+0:00.00 (getty) 137 v5 Is+0:00.00

Re: ps on 4.0-current

1999-11-23 Thread Brian Somers
In the last episode (Nov 23), Brian Somers said: $ ps jtva USER PID PPID PGID SESS JOBC STAT TT TIME COMMAND root 222 1 222 9dac400 Is+ va0:00.01 (getty) $ sudo ps jtva USER PID PPID PGID SESS JOBC STAT TT TIME COMMAND root 222 1

Re: ps on 4.0-current

1999-11-24 Thread Brian Somers
In the last episode (Nov 23), Lyndon Nerenberg said: After you verify that this change isn't going to break things that assume they can see the *argv list via ps(1). I.e. lightning bolts that do 'kill -MUMBLE `ps -ax|grep foo`'. Which may not be elegant style, but sometimes is the

HEADS UP - don't forget to MAKEDEV

1999-11-28 Thread Brian Somers
Hi, Just a quick HEADS UP since the final bits of the block device removal have gone in, it's now possible to dig yourself a hole if you forget to MAKEDEV your disk devices (with the latest version of MAKEDEV) and end up with a corrupt disk at boot fsck will fail to set the device

Re: HEADS UP - don't forget to MAKEDEV

1999-11-28 Thread Brian Somers
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Brian Somers writes: Hi, Just a quick HEADS UP since the final bits of the block device removal have gone in, it's now possible to dig yourself a hole if you forget to MAKEDEV your disk devices (with the latest version of MAKEDEV) and end up

Re: IPv6 setup...

2000-03-14 Thread Brian Somers
On Mon, 13 Mar 2000 10:22:08 +0900, Yoshinobu Inoue [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: echo 24.113.25.85 | sed -e s/"\."/" "/g | awk '{$5 = $1*256 + $2; $6 = $3*256 + $4; printf "2002:%x:%x:\n", $5, $6}' Or, without only one extra process: myaddr=24.113.25.85 OIFS="$IFS" IFS=".$IFS" set

Re: ppp oddity

2000-03-24 Thread Brian Somers
Check out http://www.FreeBSD.org/FAQ/userppp.html. The remote end is reflecting your data back at you. usually ppp from laptop (3.4+pao) to home (4.0-stable) works fine. and then sometimes it will get stuck in the following mode three N in a row. ppp[547]: tun0: Chat: Send: AT^M

Re: Strange new ppp warnings

2000-03-28 Thread Brian Somers
Hi, After upgrading my box to the 4.0-STABLE, I've discovered that ppp started produce regular warnings I've never seen before: Warning: nat_LayerPull: Dropped a packet What does it mean and what implications may it have? This is pretty strange. I've just added a diagnostic to

Re: Strange new ppp warnings

2000-03-29 Thread Brian Somers
Brian Somers wrote: Hi, After upgrading my box to the 4.0-STABLE, I've discovered that ppp started produce regular warnings I've never seen before: Warning: nat_LayerPull: Dropped a packet What does it mean and what implications may it have? This is pretty

Re: Strange new ppp warnings

2000-03-29 Thread Brian Somers
Brian Somers wrote: Ah, ok. This is incoming data that's being ignored by ppp - maybe because you've got ``nat deny_incoming yes'' configured ? Yes, I have ``nat deny_incoming yes''. Thanks for explaining. Maybe it would be worth to add more meaningful warning message like "Dr

Re: Summer/winter time problems with daily/460

2000-04-03 Thread Brian Somers
Just went through a few logfiles: Checking for rejected mail hosts: -1d: Cannot apply date adjustment usage: date [-nu] [-d dst] [-r seconds] [-t west] [-v[+|-]val[ymwdHMS]] ...

Re: Please review newbus patch for amd and adv

2000-04-03 Thread Brian Somers
I converted the amd and adv drivers to new-bus. But, as I am not familiar with these drivers and new-bus, maybe I have mistaken. Will somebody please review these changes? For amd driver: http://home.jp.FreeBSD.org/~nyan/patches/amd.diff.gz Hi, I'm afraid this code fails in

Re: Summer/winter time problems with daily/460

2000-04-03 Thread Brian Somers
On Sun, 2 Apr 2000 15:08:17 +0200, Jeroen Ruigrok/Asmodai [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Someone more acquainted with the daily scripts may want to investigate/fix that. In the general case, it's hopeless. No, not if date -vblah DTRT. -GAWollman -- Garrett A. Wollman | O Siem / We are

Re: cvsup crash

2000-04-18 Thread Brian Somers
[John cc'd] Can (both of) you try the source distribution ? I was having a problem on cvsup2.uk.FreeBSD.org where clients kept getting disconnected. The problem went away (it seems) after I installed the source port (install ports/net/cvsup before cvsup-mirror). I'm an advocate of the

Re: cvsup crash

2000-04-19 Thread Brian Somers
Brian Somers wrote: [John cc'd] Can (both of) you try the source distribution ? This happened to me when I was using cvsup-bin. I didn't want all of the modula overhead. Any ideas? It's not modula any more !!! Was it re-written in C or C++? Or, how about

Re: cvsup crash

2000-04-19 Thread Brian Somers
This happened to me when I was using cvsup-bin. I didn't want all of the modula overhead. Any ideas? It's not modula any more !!! Eh? Sure it is. It would be too much work to rewrite it in a different language. Oops, I meant it's not the same version of modula :-/ John --

Re: HEADSUP! linprocfs going away in 72 hours.

2000-04-19 Thread Brian Somers
I can see moving it out to where the rest of the linux emulation code is but to remove it entirely seems the typical viking axe ^^ ^^ bloody-minded behaviour that's getting too familiar. I agree with those sentiments. From my

Re: MAKEDEV warning

2000-04-19 Thread Brian Somers
Warner Losh wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] Poul-Henning Kamp writes: : Almost none. I don't actually mount nfs partitions until I type mount : foo:/bar /bar. There's no network card active at that time anyway... : : But does the nfs filesystems you mount have any bdevs on them

Re: MAKEDEV warning

2000-04-22 Thread Brian Somers
I've got an mfs /tmp too :-] Hi, On 0, Ted Sikora [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: After building a new kernel yesterday after a cvsup the following appeared. Apr 17 23:07:42 telecast /kernel: WARNING: run /dev/MAKEDEV before 2000-06-01 to get rid of block devices I did a MAKEDEV all

Re: MAKEDEV warning

2000-04-23 Thread Brian Somers
Yep, that's the ticket ! Thanks. Yes, that was an oversight on my part. Please let me know if the fix I committed solves this issue. Poul-Henning In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Brian Somers writes: I've got an mfs /tmp too :-] Hi, On 0, Ted Sikora [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote

Re: FreeBSD build status

2000-04-25 Thread Brian Somers
=== SUMMARY === World compiled 637 Warnings 45 Errors Kernel LINT compiled 149 Warnings 0 Errors Kernel GENERIC compiled 59 Warnings 0 Errors Kernel GENERIC98

Re: cc1 sig 11'ing recently?

2000-04-26 Thread Brian Somers
Any getting these too? ild-tools cd /usr/src/bin/sh; make build-tools cc -O -pipe -DSHELL -I. -I/usr/src/bin/sh -Wall -Wformat -c /usr/src/bin/sh/mkinit.c cc: Internal compiler error: program cc1 got fatal signal 11 Only people with dodgy memory or cache (probably memory). -- Brian

Re: PATCH: Removal of unneeded sys/kernel.h

2000-04-27 Thread Brian Somers
In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Greg Lehey writes: On Wednesday, 26 April 2000 at 11:50:11 +0200, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: New patch at: http://phk.freebsd.dk/misc/sys_kernel_h.patch This patch removes 67 unneeded instances of #include sys/kernel.h Comments, tests and reviews please.

Re: cvs commit: src/sys/netinet tcp.h tcp_input.c tcp_output.c tcp_timer.c tcp_var.h

2000-05-13 Thread Brian Somers
On Tue, May 09, 2000 at 02:56:58PM +0400, Igor Timkin wrote: The same problem. Local is openssh (current), remote is ssh-1.2.22 (2.2.6), slip ~24kbps connection. Remote log: May 9 09:59:17 crocus sshd[21285]: fatal: Local: Corrupted check bytes on input. This thing is even worse - I

modules

2000-05-17 Thread Brian Somers
Hi, Sorry to whinge, but wWhat's the state of play with modules at the moment ? 1. To update things, I was under the impression that ``make buildworld buildkernel'' then ``make installworld installkernel'' was the idea. This doesn't build modules, but building from

Re: Panic during boot under current

2000-05-25 Thread Brian Somers
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Mark Knight [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes World and kernel of approx 1100 GMT Sunday 21st May: Sorry to reply to my own thread, but new world and kernel/modules of 24th May 22:00 GMT still exhibit this behaviour... Any ideas appreciated before I start the

Re: linux broken

2000-06-03 Thread Brian Somers
cd /usr mv include include.not cd src make includes rm -fr ../include.not This worked for me. Michael Harnois wrote: On Sat, 03 Jun 2000 00:33:10 -0700, "George W. Dinolt" [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: The following change to /usr/src/modules/linux/Makefile will allow one

Re: Panic during boot under current

2000-06-05 Thread Brian Somers
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Archie Cobbs [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes Brian Somers writes: Also (Mark sits beside me at work), is there anyone else out there that actually runs FreeBSD-current under VMWare (irrespective of the host OS) ? This problem has now been traced down to a bug

Re: HEADS UP: Destabilization due to SMP development

2000-06-20 Thread Brian Somers
What about doing the changes on a branch with the understanding that the branch will *replace* HEAD when it stabilises ? This sounds odd at first glance, but it means that others are forced to MFC into the smp branch - if they don't they lose. Anybody that's not confident to be able to merge

Re: HEADS UP: Destabilization due to SMP development

2000-06-20 Thread Brian Somers
What about doing the changes on a branch with the understanding that the branch will *replace* HEAD when it stabilises ? This sounds odd at first glance, but it means that others are forced to MFC into the smp branch - if they don't they lose. Anybody that's not confident to

Re: daily/420.status-network rev 1.4

2000-06-23 Thread Brian Somers
Hi, Oops - committed - thanks ! ---snip--- Index: 420.status-network === RCS file: /big/FreeBSD-CVS/src/etc/periodic/daily/420.status-network,v retrieving revision 1.4 diff -u -r1.4 420.status-network --- 420.status-network

Re: Huh? ssh stopped working with new kernel.

2000-06-28 Thread Brian Somers
* Julian Elischer [EMAIL PROTECTED] [000627 12:36] wrote: So I cvsupped yesterday, and tehn made a new kernel. so suddenly ssh doesn't work any more. cvsup again and recompile and reload the randomdev module, it should resume working. And ``sed -n /^2624:$/,/^$/p /usr/src/UPDATING''

Re: What's going on with crypto all of a sudden ?

2000-06-29 Thread Brian Somers
if you're using -CURRENT, it's because you havn't followed the advice about the new randomdev. This doesn't explain why it suggests that the user reads a non-existent man page (ssl(8)) :-P = | Kenneth Culver |

Re: roots shell == /bin/sh please

2000-06-30 Thread Brian Somers
Is the /bin/sh in freebsd more buggy than, say, the solaris /bin/sh? If so, thats's probably why it's currently /bin/csh. I doubt it; Solaris /bin/sh is likely more buggy. *GASP* Tell me about it ! I am eternally surprised by it ! -- Will Andrews [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: PPPoE not working

2000-07-03 Thread Brian Somers
I see literally the exact same thing. I thought it was just my screwup, as i had installed 0609-CURRENT (the latest installs don't work, at least, on my desktop, so i picked the one from my birthday :P), which worked fine, then cvsup'd, installed the new kernel, did a make world, rebooted,

Re: PPPoE not working

2000-07-03 Thread Brian Somers
It's worth cc'ing Archie on this Archie, it seems people are having problems using PPPoE since your ng_ether changes. Any suggestions ? Brian Somers [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I see literally the exact same thing. I thought it was just my screwup, as i had installed 0609-CURRENT

Re: PPPoE not working

2000-07-05 Thread Brian Somers
Brian Somers writes: Archie, it seems people are having problems using PPPoE since your ng_ether changes. Any suggestions ? Unfortunately I have limited email contact righ tnow.. but a couple of things come to mind.. - Is is possible to get a tcpdump of before and after? One thing I

**HEADS UP** if you used to cvsup the crypto repo from internat !

2000-07-12 Thread Brian Somers
I haven't looked into it too deeply yet because of other source tree problems, but if you used to get your crypto ,v files from internat, you will suffer some funny problems unless you nuke the old checked-out files. My apologies if this is old news, but I see nothing in UPDATING. The

Re: ppp-related panic in sbdrop()

2000-07-12 Thread Brian Somers
I'd like to disclaim all responsibility :-I I'd normally try to figure out what the problem is or ask for more info, but seen as ppp caused a kernel panic on me this morning on the train, and since then cvsup has caused a similar panic, htc panics and just about anything else interesting I do

Re: ppp -auto gone again

2000-07-12 Thread Brian Somers
Udo Erdelhoff schrieb: Hi, ppp -auto stopped working fater I've updated my box from 06/17-Sources to yesterday's version (07/06, approx. 1500 GMT). tcpdump -ni tun0 shows the traffic but that's it. ppp.log doesn't show any obvious problems. -ddial works, sending a manual dial

Re: **HEADS UP** if you used to cvsup the crypto repo from internat !

2000-07-13 Thread Brian Somers
"Mark" == Mark Murray [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED] John Polstra writes: : This is probably a candidate for UPDATING. : : That wouldn't hurt. But it actually affects _all_ branches, I : believe. So in a way, UPDATING doesn't cover

Re: **HEADS UP** if you used to cvsup the crypto repo from internat !

2000-07-14 Thread Brian Somers
On Thu, 13 Jul 2000 19:19:48 +0200, Mark Murray wrote: 2711: If you used to get your crypto files from internat, AND you used cvsup to get cvs' ,v files, then the latest changes to the source collections will impact you. You will need to remove all the crypto

Re: **HEADS UP** if you used to cvsup the crypto repo from internat !

2000-07-14 Thread Brian Somers
for crypto, and I have all of the files that were commited. (secure/lib/libcrypto/Makefile Makefile.inc from earlier today crypto/openssh/ readconf.c, servconf.c, ssh_config, sshd.8, /telnet/libtelnet/auth.c from 7/11/00) thanks, -Charlie On Wed, Jul 12, 2000 at 03:05:25PM +0100, Brian Somers

More SIG4s during make world

2001-08-28 Thread Brian Somers
Hi, Just a quick note to say that my -current box has started dropping cores during make world again. I have a kernel from August 11 that works ok, and had one from August 18 that was causing sig 4 at random places. I accidently overwrote my Aug 18 kernel.old, but Aug 25, 27 and 28 are

Re: stdio change, other libraries needs bumping too!

2001-09-22 Thread Brian Somers
Andrey A. Chernov wrote: On Thu, Sep 20, 2001 at 18:32:57 +0400, Andrey A. Chernov wrote: After stdio changes 4.4 binaries linked with libtermcap/libcurses refuse to work: /usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: /usr/lib/libcurses.so: Undefined symbol __stdout p It is because

Re: Anyone had luck with 3Com HomeConnect ADSL Modem Dual Link???

2001-09-25 Thread Brian Somers
Hi... Has anyone on this list had any luck dealing with 3Com HomeConnect ADSL Modem Dual Link? I am stuck with this peace of hardware and please don't flame me ;) I connect the modem to an xl card sitting on the PC. I am running a fairly recent -CURRENT system. Here is my

Re: cvsup-devel port build problem (pm3-base)

2001-11-21 Thread Brian Somers
I sent John Polstra a similar patch some time ago Any news about getting this committed John (P) ? Hi, I ran into some problems building the cvsup-devel port. In one of it's dependants, the c file is attempting to include nfs/nfs.h which is nolonger valid.

Re: cvsup-devel port build problem (pm3-base)

2001-11-21 Thread Brian Somers
John Polstra [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Brian Somers [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I sent John Polstra a similar patch some time ago Any news about getting this committed John (P) ? There is already an open PR with a patch. I think Mark Murray is working

Re: rm -rf /usr/obj/usr/src/usr.bin/tip helps build -CURRENT

2001-11-27 Thread Brian Somers
On Tue, Nov 27, 2001 at 06:35:49AM -0800, David Wolfskill wrote: Found this to be helpful after seeing: stage 2: cleaning up the object tree ... === usr.bin/tip .depend, line 886: Inconsistent operator for tip make: fatal errors encountered -- cannot continue and the tail

Re: rm -rf /usr/obj/usr/src/usr.bin/tip helps build -CURRENT

2001-11-27 Thread Brian Somers
On Tue, 27 Nov 2001 18:03:45 +0200, Ruslan Ermilov wrote: | Did you do a component build without `make obj'? That would leave | turds, and I'm pretty sure the buildworld target doesn't repeat the | cleandir target. | | depend is included by make(1) automatically, before a cleandir

Re: rm -rf /usr/obj/usr/src/usr.bin/tip helps build -CURRENT

2001-11-27 Thread Brian Somers
On Tue, Nov 27, 2001 at 04:20:54PM +, Brian Somers wrote: A ``rm -fr /usr/obj; make -DNOCLEAN buildworld'' is quicker than ``make buildworld'' anyway :*) Really? Is this recommended? Yes, except I meant ``rm -fr /usr/obj/*''. ==Michael Mad doc PR submitter Lucas

ACPI panic at boot time in -current

2001-10-11 Thread Brian Somers
Hi, I was wondering if anybody has any suggestions about why this might be happening in -current: Booting [/boot/kernel/kernel]... /boot/kernel/acpi.ko text=0x32f34 data=0xf9c+0x1028 syms=[0x4+0x49c0+0x4+0x61a]- Copyright (c) 1992-2001 The FreeBSD Project. Copyright (c) 1979,

Re: rev 1.61 of /sys/netinet/in.c breaks ISDN

2001-12-06 Thread Brian Somers
Hi, with rev 1.61 of in.c I4B directly hangs up after dialing out. At the moment I run a current kernel as of yesterday with a netinet directory as of today except for in.c (which is at rev 1.60 here) and everything works fine. Hi, Can you give me more details about the failure - error

Re: PPP Dial of External Modem Fails in 'Current'

2002-01-22 Thread Brian Somers
I rebuilt 'Current' over the weekend with a make buildworld/install world and make buildkernel/install kernel and 'ppp -ddial papchap' gives the following error(s) when trying to dial an external modem: Warning set ifadr: Invalid command Warning set ifadr: Falied 1 Does anyone

Re: MS CHAP v2 in -current?

2000-07-22 Thread Brian Somers
Ping... Does anyone know if ms chap v2 will be integrated into -current any time soon? I need it for pptpclient. If anyone has any patches they'd like public testing on, I'll volunteer. :) I have some code submitted by Nathan Blinkert - I'll apply them later today. ==ml -- Brian

Re: MS CHAP v2 in -current?

2000-07-22 Thread Brian Somers
Ping... Does anyone know if ms chap v2 will be integrated into -current any time soon? I need it for pptpclient. If anyone has any patches they'd like public testing on, I'll volunteer. :) I have some code submitted by Nathan Blinkert - I'll apply them later today. Oops, it

Re: if_tun.ko seems broken

2000-08-06 Thread Brian Somers
Sorry for the delay (I've been away for 2 weeks). As Ben pointed out, the act of opening the /dev device is the key - specifically, the if_attach() called from tuncreate() called from tunopen() does some permanent damage^Wgood. I don't think ifconfig really has a chance of doing the right

Re: ppp.linkdown

2000-08-12 Thread Brian Somers
Is ppp.linkdown executed before or after the link is down? I'd like to change a dyndns, but will link activity done in linkdown defeat the timeout, or start a new call? It'll start a new call in auto mode. Leif -- Brian [EMAIL PROTECTED]brian@[uk.]FreeBSD.org

Re: cvsup overzealous

2000-08-12 Thread Brian Somers
With world and kernel of 10th August, 01:00 GMT cvsup is reporting 'SetAttrs' adjustments for every file it encounters on repeated runs against a server that has not been updated. Running under an old kernel, cvsup is not performing any updates. This isn't by any chance because you cvsup'd

Re: ppp troubles

2000-08-12 Thread Brian Somers
On Fri, Aug 11, 2000 at 08:58:48PM -0700, Eric Anholt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've been seeing these errors for about a month now. When PPP is first started, it outputs: calwell:/usr/src/bzflagppp -ddial -nat papchap Working in ddial mode Using interface: tun0 Warning: Add route

Re: MAKEDEV broken

2000-08-18 Thread Brian Somers
Oops, I meant unit2minor for ugen urio :-/ Hi It looks like a function got left out of MAKEDEV. This seems to fix it: Index: /usr/src/etc/MAKEDEV === RCS file: /home/ncvs/src/etc/MAKEDEV,v retrieving revision 1.268

Re: the ifp to a removed pcmcia ethernet card is left in struct ip_moptions and struct ifmultiaddr

2000-09-08 Thread Brian Somers
Seigo Tanimura wrote: I have been suffering from this problem for almost 2 months. When I remove a pcmcia ethernet card from my laptop PC, routed(8) announces updated routing information by multicast, leading to a kernel panic. Ejecting an interface configured up will do that.

Re: the ifp to a removed pcmcia ethernet card is left in struct ip_moptions and struct ifmultiaddr

2000-09-10 Thread Brian Somers
Interfaces in promiscuous mode will always result in a reboot. I *usually* get away with ejecting an active card if it's not in promiscuous mode. A while back I committed patches to use bpf_detach(), which elminated the struct ifnet pointer in the bpf described at detach time. This

Re: How to use RSA with USA_RESIDENT=NO?

2000-09-13 Thread Brian Somers
Are you sure this isn't because you've forgotten to kldload random (it changed from randomdev) ? See UPDATING. After installworld, I can not use ssh with RSA. Does someone know how to fix this problem? - % ssh white ssh: no RSA support in libssl and libcrypto. See ssl(8).

Re: Fdescfs updates--coming to a devfs near you!

2000-09-15 Thread Brian Somers
The majority of these programs could be handled by adding knowledge of "-" as a magic filename to fopen(3). [.] I would argue that the programs and the scripts that call them are already broken, but hey... So (just to add fuel to the mass opposition), do this without temporary files:

Re: ssh and scp fail connecting to a root account

2000-09-15 Thread Brian Somers
On Fri, 15 Sep 2000, Udo Schweigert wrote: The strange: both commands succeed if connecting to a non-root account. Are there any others with these problems? Any clues? run sshd -d on the server, ssh -d on the client, and send me the output Hmm, I've been seeing this problem too. I

Re: ssh and scp fail connecting to a root account

2000-09-16 Thread Brian Somers
On Fri, 15 Sep 2000, Udo Schweigert wrote: The strange: both commands succeed if connecting to a non-root account. Are there any others with these problems? Any clues? run sshd -d on the server, ssh -d on the client, and send me the output Hmm, I've been seeing this problem

Re: ssh and scp fail connecting to a root account

2000-09-19 Thread Brian Somers
On 17 Sep 2000, Jason Evans wrote: On Fri, Sep 15, 2000 at 03:40:12PM +0100, Konstantin Chuguev wrote: Udo Schweigert wrote: after a fresh build of -current openssh does not work if connecting to the root-user. For example (tested from a -stable machine, but the same from

Re: Current periodic change

2000-09-20 Thread Brian Somers
periodic is broken in current # /usr/sbin/periodic daily /usr/sbin/periodic: 43: Syntax error: ")" unexpected (expecting ";;") Oops, fixed. Thanks. == || [EMAIL PROTECTED] || || Ph. (415) 681-6235 ||

Re: ppp.linkdown

2000-09-22 Thread Brian Somers
On Sat, 12 Aug 2000, Brian Somers wrote: Is ppp.linkdown executed before or after the link is down? I'd like to change a dyndns, but will link activity done in linkdown defeat the timeout, or start a new call? It'll start a new call in auto mode. So any ideas how to use

Re: pw_class in _pw_passwd is null if __hashpw() is not called in prior

2000-09-24 Thread Brian Somers
Kris, I guess once this is committed, the patch I sent you for ssh will no longer be necessary. To the cc list: My patch just told ssh to xstrdup(pw_class ? pw_class : "") On Sun, Sep 24, 2000 at 11:43:01PM +0900, Seigo Tanimura wrote: As we are supposed to fill in all of the members

**HEADS UP** /usr/include/netnatm/

2000-10-15 Thread Brian Somers
People may see problems with make buildworld. I recently added the directory /usr/include/netnatm/ to BSD.include.dist, and the ppp build now depends on this. Old installations may have a bogus file called /usr/include/netnatm that needs to be removed before mtree (at the start of

Re: **HEADS UP** /usr/include/netnatm/

2000-10-16 Thread Brian Somers
brian I recently added the directory /usr/include/netnatm/ to brian BSD.include.dist, and the ppp build now depends on this. Would you please add netnatm to 'LDIRS' definition of src/include/Makefile ? Without this, "make buildworld" fails just like this, since no header file in

Re: more endian.h breakage; patch included.

2000-10-16 Thread Brian Somers
On Sun, 15 Oct 2000, Steven G. Kargl wrote: There is another patch needed in libdialog. No patches are needed in applications; endian.h should be unbroken. In what way ? ntohl() ntonl() were previously wrong to return u_long. They now return uint32_t (which requires sys/types.h). They

Re: usr.sbin/ppp breakage

2000-10-16 Thread Brian Somers
=== usr.sbin/ppp rm -f .depend mkdep -f .depend -a-DHAVE_DES -I/usr/obj/usr/src/i386/usr/include /usr/src/usr.sbin/ppp/acf.c /usr/src/usr.sbin/ppp/arp.c /usr/src/usr.sbin/ppp/async.c /usr/src/usr.sbin/ppp/auth.c /usr/src/usr.sbin/ppp/bundle.c /usr/src/usr.sbin/ppp/cbcp.c

Re: -current still broken as of today, just in case anyone's interested. :)

2000-10-18 Thread Brian Somers
=== usr.bin === usr.bin/apply cc -O -pipe -Wall -I/usr/obj/usr/src/i386/usr/include -c /usr/src/usr.bin/appl y/apply.c In file included from /usr/obj/usr/src/i386/usr/include/sys/wait.h:93, from /usr/src/usr.bin/apply/apply.c:45:

Re: PPP patch (CHAP81 + MPPE)

2000-10-29 Thread Brian Somers
Hi, Thanks for the patches. I've committed the changes although I'm having problems with MPPE. I suspect the problems are actually in the CCP stuff though - and I've suspected this for some time, something to do with running ppp back-to-back (and not over a tty). I'll look into this soon.

Re: PPP over ATM

2000-11-06 Thread Brian Somers
Sorry to chime in so late, but ppp(8) already has ATM support... I must confess that I haven't tested it and don't know how it works, but it may be worth looking at. A netgraph node would definitely be preferable. On Sun, 22 Oct 2000 03:41:27 +0200, Poul-Henning Kamp wrote: Who knows

Re: How to debug ppp

2000-11-28 Thread Brian Somers
Well, I haven't seen this before !!! Your ISP is *insisting* that you negotiate a multi-link connection. You can do this by simply adding set mrru 1506 to your config. I sometimes have trouble connecting to my flat-rate isp via i4bsd. Most of the time it works, but sometimes the

Re: How to debug ppp

2000-12-05 Thread Brian Somers
- From: "Brian Somers" [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: "Leif Neland" [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, November 29, 2000 2:10 AM Subject: Re: How to debug ppp Well, I haven't seen this before !!! Your ISP is *insisting* that you ne

Re: How to debug ppp

2000-12-05 Thread Brian Somers
Dec 6 00:21:40 arnold ppp[56941]: tun0: Phase: 1: hangup - closed Dec 6 00:21:40 arnold ppp[56941]: tun0: Phase: bundle: Dead - Original Message - From: "Brian Somers" [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: "Leif Neland" [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: "Brian Somers" [EMAI

Re: IGMP queries

2001-01-01 Thread Brian Somers
If it is true, how can I filter it to stop resetting the idle-timeout? I'm on flat rate now, but even so I don't want to be online 24h/day... Add this to your ppp profile: set filter alive N deny igmp Leif -- Brian [EMAIL PROTECTED]brian@[uk.]FreeBSD.org

Re: weird cvs update problem

2001-01-07 Thread Brian Somers
ISTR Christian Weisgerber [EMAIL PROTECTED] was having this problem too. I don't know if there was any fix as such I have a -current system from Dec. 7 on which I'm trying to do a cvs update in preparation of make world, and am seeing wierd stuff like this: cvs server: Updating

Re: weird cvs update problem

2001-01-07 Thread Brian Somers
Brian Somers [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: ISTR Christian Weisgerber [EMAIL PROTECTED] was having this problem too. Sorry, you're misremembering. I've never seen anything like this. You're right you know - my apologies ! -- Christian "naddy" Weisgerber

Re: ppp/samba (configuration?) question

2001-01-11 Thread Brian Somers
You should get away with adding your ``set ifaddr'' line to ppp.linkdown (you can remove the ``iface clear'' too). If this isn't the right place for this, I apologize. Feel free to set followups appropriately. I'm running ppp on a -current system (12/7/2000 vintage) named `moran'. I'm

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