New release of Sealing Wafter.

2006-01-10 Thread ober
http://www.linbsd.org/wafter.c Updates to include icmp, and udp support as well as a code cleanup. Works on i386. Feel free to provide any feedback. Thanks! -Ober

mod_auth_bsd

2006-01-10 Thread William Ahern
I've just released the first version of mod_auth_bsd which supports authentication of system accounts from a chrooted Apache. You can download version 0.8.0 of mod_auth_bsd from http://25thandclement.com/~william/projects/bsdauth.html This release was supported by Barracuda Networks.

Re: Remove all password restrictions?

2006-01-10 Thread Tony
On Tuesday, January 10, 2006 1:12 AM, Peter Bako wrote: To: misc@openbsd.org Subject: Remove all password restrictions? I have an internal OpenBSD 3.8 system that I use as a data dump, internal source for PXE installs and the like. It is not accessible to the outside world, so security is

Re: OpenBGP IPv6

2006-01-10 Thread Sylvain Coutant
Hi, Try: announce IPv4 unicast announce IPv6 unicast Nothing does :( -- Sylvain COUTANT ADVISEO http://www.adviseo.fr/ http://www.open-sp.fr/

Re: OpenBGPd filters

2006-01-10 Thread Sylvain Coutant
Yes they need the session up/down to be applyed I'm not sure, but some of them (I think localpref defined in a group) require the whole daemon to be restarted. Regards, -- Sylvain COUTANT ADVISEO http://www.adviseo.fr/ http://www.open-sp.fr/

Re: Remove all password restrictions?

2006-01-10 Thread Gaby vanhegan
On 10 Jan 2006, at 07:12, Peter Bako wrote: How do I change this so I can use any generic password? While for this case I want to dumb down the rules, for other more exposed servers I would like to do the opposite so I really would like to know how/where to modify this. Although it

New Message from Chase Online

2006-01-10 Thread Online Banking
[IMAGE] Dear JPMorgan Chase Client, This is your official notification from JPMorgan Chase that the service(s) listed below will be deactivated and deleted if not renewed immediately. Previous notifications have been sent to the Billing Contact assigned to this account. As the Primary

CVSup and stable

2006-01-10 Thread Stefan
Hi, I'm trying to sync the cvs tree with cvsup. As explained at this page: http://www.openbsd.org/cvsup.html The only thing I found about tags was in the sectiion Running CVSup in Checkout Mode which says to use the tag option when you want to use a specified version e.g. of a date. But how

login_ldap and /etc/passwd sync

2006-01-10 Thread Raul Aldaz
Hi all, Anybody out there is working with this scenery? (cron activated, no need for real time). I don't want to use YP just for this and I see a lot a people in linux world using scripts for remote ldap sync. But I have not found any obsd specific experience. Regads.

Re: CVSup and stable

2006-01-10 Thread Philip S. Schulz
on 10.01.2006 10:16 Uhr Stefan said the following: Hi, I'm trying to sync the cvs tree with cvsup. As explained at this page: http://www.openbsd.org/cvsup.html The only thing I found about tags was in the sectiion Running CVSup in Checkout Mode which says to use the tag option when you want

D-Link DWL-G650

2006-01-10 Thread M. Schatzl
Hi, I've got a D-Link DWL-G650 (H/W C2, F/W 3.1.6) PCMCIA wifi-card lying around here for some time. I haven't had tested it by now, but out of curiousity I was searching for some info yesterday why it wouldn't work on OpenBSD (though it seemed to be recognized as ath1, AR5212, but not registered

Re: OpenBGP IPv6

2006-01-10 Thread unixgeek
The works for me perring with the OCCAID network: www:occaid.net and Hurricane Electric's Tunnel Broker Service: http://tunnelbroker.net Both Cisco based equipmentthere must be something else wrong in the configuration... Glenn Hi, Try: announce IPv4 unicast

Re: OpenBGPd filters

2006-01-10 Thread Henning Brauer
* Sylvain Coutant [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2006-01-10 10:15]: Yes they need the session up/down to be applyed I'm not sure, but some of them (I think localpref defined in a group) require the whole daemon to be restarted. certainly not. -- BS Web Services, http://www.bsws.de/ OpenBSD-based

Re: CVSup and stable

2006-01-10 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Stefan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The only thing I found about tags was in the sectiion Running CVSup in Checkout Mode which says to use the tag option when you want to use a specified version e.g. of a date. But how can I use ONLY the stable version? I thought about something like

safte errors

2006-01-10 Thread Diego Woitasen
Under heavy load (restoring a tape or copying files, for example) i get the following messages from the kernel: safte0: error getting enclosure status safte0: enclosure back online safte0: error getting enclosure status safte0: enclosure back online safte0: error getting enclosure status safte0:

Re: Remove all password restrictions?

2006-01-10 Thread Joel Dinel
On 01/09/06 at 23:12, Peter Bako wrote: How do I change this so I can use any generic password? While for this case I want to dumb down the rules, for other more exposed servers I would like to do the opposite so I really would like to know how/where to modify this. Have you tried changing the

Re: DRI on OpenBSD (again, but with Xorg)

2006-01-10 Thread Bruno Carnazzi
Is DRI support activated in GENERIC kernel (OpenBSD 3.8/i386) ? Thank you, On 1/10/06, Andreas Bihlmaier [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mon, Jan 09, 2006 at 03:25:34PM +0400, Bruno Carnazzi wrote: Hi All, Referencing to this post :

safte errors

2006-01-10 Thread Diego Woitasen
Under heavy load (restoring a tape or copying files, for example) i get the following messages from the kernel: safte0: error getting enclosure status safte0: enclosure back online safte0: error getting enclosure status safte0: enclosure back online safte0: error getting enclosure status safte0:

Re: ftp-proxy help needed...

2006-01-10 Thread Peter Landry
We don't (yet) do any egress filtering pass out on $ext_if proto tcp all modulate state flags S/SA tcpdump on the pflog0 interface as you suggested returns nothing being blocked when trying to connect -- not the internal IP, external IP, or ftp server. So I think the problem is with my config of

Unsupported Wifi dongle

2006-01-10 Thread Bruno Carnazzi
Hi all, I've been given a Wifi USB dongle (the one given with the LiveBox (France Telecom ADSL access) : the Inventel UR054g (in fact, it's a Thomson Telecom product). With my OBSD 3.8/i386 (GENERIC), it's not recognized (in fact, as ugen0), here is the dmesg : OpenBSD 3.8 (GENERIC) #138: Sat

Re: safte errors

2006-01-10 Thread David Gwynne
this was fixed in revision 1.92 of src/sys/dev/ic/ami.c. the problem is that a busy logical disk can starve the available openings on the passthrough bus. this means that the safte io is being attempted, but insufficient resources are available to complete it. a lack of resources causes an

bioctl weirdness - wha???

2006-01-10 Thread Matthew S Elmore
Greetings misc@ (Marco in particular! :), I am having some unusual issues with bioctl while using an ami-based RAID card. The card is a LSI/Symbios MegaRAID 150-4 (FW 713N) in a 64-bit PCI slot. Drives are Seagate SATA drives. Case is a Supermicro 5033C-T with built-in drive cage.

problems compiling helloworld.cpp on openbsd3.8

2006-01-10 Thread Jeffrey R. Meyer
Hello all, I have a recently built openBSD 3.8 machine and I wanted to be able to do some simple c++ programming on it. I wrote the following helloworld program: #include iostream using namespace std; int main() { cout Hello World!\n; } I installed the following packages:

Re: problems compiling helloworld.cpp on openbsd3.8

2006-01-10 Thread Marc Espie
On Tue, Jan 10, 2006 at 10:09:46AM -0600, Jeffrey R. Meyer wrote: Hello all, I have a recently built openBSD 3.8 machine and I wanted to be able to do some simple c++ programming on it. I wrote the following helloworld program: #include iostream using namespace std; int main() {

FreeBSD packages

2006-01-10 Thread Gaby vanhegan
Hi, I have a FreeBSD package that contains the networker backup software. I've made the software run on OpenBSD by installing the FreeBSD compat stuff. What I want to know is if there's a cleaner way to install the package, or if there's a way to convert a package to the OpenBSD package

Re: OpenBGP IPv6

2006-01-10 Thread Sylvain Coutant
Both Cisco based equipmentthere must be something else wrong in the configuration... Any idea what could be else ? ;-) BR, -- Sylvain COUTANT ADVISEO http://www.adviseo.fr/ http://www.open-sp.fr/

safte0: error getting enclosure status

2006-01-10 Thread Thierry Lacoste
I'm running 3.8 on a Dell PowerEdge 1800 with 3 140 G SCSI disks configured as a RAID5 array. I'm having those messages quite regularly: Jan 10 14:07:14 polaris /bsd: safte0: error getting enclosure status Jan 10 14:07:34 polaris /bsd: safte0: enclosure back online Jan 10 14:08:04 polaris /bsd:

Re: problems compiling helloworld.cpp on openbsd3.8

2006-01-10 Thread Alexander Hall
Jeffrey R. Meyer wrote: Hello all, I have a recently built openBSD 3.8 machine and I wanted to be able to do some simple c++ programming on it. I wrote the following helloworld program: #include iostream using namespace std; int main() { cout Hello World!\n; } I installed the

dante (sockd) + BSD passwd authentication

2006-01-10 Thread Matthew Closson
Hello, I'm trying to get sockd (A SOCKS4/5 proxy from the /usr/ports/security/dante port) working with BSD username/password authentication. Currently it is saying userauthentication failed. I have made sure it is not something simple like wrong password. Here is the relevant info: Here

How to hangup from normal user.

2006-01-10 Thread DrumFire
bugreport number 137: http://cvs.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/query-pr-wrapper?full=yesnumbers=137 is not yet close. If you have access on a OpenBSD system, you can hangup it using this command: while true; do grep pippo /dev/zero done Why, this bug is yet open? Everyone can crash my OpenBSD server,

Re: FreeBSD packages

2006-01-10 Thread Jasper Lievisse Adriaanse
On Tue, 10 Jan 2006 16:36:51 + Gaby vanhegan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I have a FreeBSD package that contains the networker backup software. I've made the software run on OpenBSD by installing the FreeBSD compat stuff. What I want to know is if there's a cleaner way to install the

Re: SOLVED: Tuning NFS file transfer speed

2006-01-10 Thread Denny White
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Mon, 9 Jan 2006, Denny White wrote: Date: Mon, 9 Jan 2006 12:13:38 + (UTC) From: Denny White [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: OpenBSD Questions Mailing List misc@openbsd.org Subject: Tuning NFS file transfer speed I know the usual complaint is,

Re: OpenBGP IPv6

2006-01-10 Thread Sylvain Coutant
so the neighbor refuses our OPEN messgae because we announce some capability it dioesn't like, I traced frames and had a look at BGP's OPEN frames. I think neighbor doesn't like the IPv4 capability !! However, I can't change the configuration (reload, neighbour clear), IPv4 is always the only

Re: problems compiling helloworld.cpp on openbsd3.8

2006-01-10 Thread Jeffrey R. Meyer
Alexander Hall wrote: Jeffrey R. Meyer wrote: Hello all, I have a recently built openBSD 3.8 machine and I wanted to be able to do some simple c++ programming on it. I wrote the following helloworld program: #include iostream using namespace std; int main() { cout Hello World!\n; }

Re: Recommendations for wireless ethernet adapters for AP

2006-01-10 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Damon McMahon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Does anyone have any recommendations for a wireless ethernet adapter for a Pentium III 500 MHz box which will become a wireless access point for a 2-3 node network? I'm intending to use IPSec or PPTP to secure the WLAN - will this machine be up to

Re: FreeBSD packages

2006-01-10 Thread Gaby vanhegan
On 10 Jan 2006, at 17:36, Jasper Lievisse Adriaanse wrote: Well, it would be easier to just convert the port to an OpenBSD port, and then build the package on OpenBSD directly. This is what I'm thinking. It is a bunch of binaries that sit in a separate subfolder in /usr/local, some man

Re: OpenBGP IPv6

2006-01-10 Thread Henning Brauer
* Sylvain Coutant [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2006-01-10 18:51]: so the neighbor refuses our OPEN messgae because we announce some capability it dioesn't like, I traced frames and had a look at BGP's OPEN frames. I think neighbor doesn't like the IPv4 capability !! However, I can't change the

Re: How to hangup from normal user.

2006-01-10 Thread Paul de Weerd
On Tue, Jan 10, 2006 at 05:39:06PM +0100, DrumFire wrote: | bugreport number 137: | | http://cvs.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/query-pr-wrapper?full=yesnumbers=137 | | is not yet close. If you have access on a OpenBSD system, | you can hangup it using this command: | | while true; do grep pippo /dev/zero

Unable to reach server in dmz. Whats wrong?

2006-01-10 Thread Jonas Lindskog
Hello, We are using OpenBSD 3.8 as a firewall/router. We have two internal nets; one with workstations (NAT) and one DMZ with a single server. And thus we have three network interfaces installed in the router: one for the NAT, one for the DMZ and one for the external net. Our ISP has given

Re: [unclassified] Simple Question about PF

2006-01-10 Thread Giancarlo Razzolini
Chris Zakelj wrote: Welcome to the crew. Sounds like you're doing pretty much the exact same thing I was doing last year on an ADSL line shared between myself and two roomies. If you haven't gotten all the way through it yet, read the PF user's guide at

Re: pf not logging to /var/log/pflog...

2006-01-10 Thread Otto Moerbeek
On Mon, 9 Jan 2006, Olivier Mehani wrote: On Mon, Jan 09, 2006 at 08:37:04PM +0100, Otto Moerbeek wrote: adsl: ! sh -c /sbin/ifconfig pflog0 up As far as I remember, it's not necessary to ifconfig pflog0 up to use it. Why enable pf only when the link is up? It's non-standard

Re: Unable to reach server in dmz. Whats wrong?

2006-01-10 Thread Abraham Al-Saleh
On 1/10/06, Jonas Lindskog [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, We are using OpenBSD 3.8 as a firewall/router. We have two internal nets; one with workstations (NAT) and one DMZ with a single server. And thus we have three network interfaces installed in the router: one for the NAT, one for the

Backup/Restore -panic: cannot open disk..., error 6

2006-01-10 Thread Dede Dascalu
Hi, I have been trying to follow the backup/restore procedures for recovering the an OpenBSD installation to a different machine an ran into some problems. Used http://www.openbsd.org/faq/faq14.html#Backup to create a backup using dump of my partitions - went fine Went through the restore

Re: Sony DSC T7 camera works with OpenBSD

2006-01-10 Thread Mechiel Lukkien
On Mon, Jan 09, 2006 at 12:55:00PM +0100, Fred Crowson wrote: Hi Misc, This is just a quick message to say that the issue [1] I had with a Sony DSC T7 camera not attaching has been resolved with the snapshots from 5 Jan 06. Thanks to all the developers for a great OS! same here. just

Re: Unable to reach server in dmz. Whats wrong?

2006-01-10 Thread Bryan Irvine
Our ISP has given us a range of IP adresses (the ones below are obfuscated ;)): Segment: 38.87.5.112 /28 net address: 38.87.5.112 gateway adress: 38.87.5.113 firewall: 38.87.5.114 fria fasta ip: 38.87.5.115-126 broadcast address:38.87.5.127 netmask:

Re: Sony DSC T7 camera works with OpenBSD

2006-01-10 Thread Andrés Delfino
same here... again! =). I tried the a snapshot and my camera (Sony DSC-S40) works great. Thanks!!

bibd 9.3 dnssec-makekeyset missing?

2006-01-10 Thread Chris
3.7 Stable BIND 9.3.0 I m trying to set up some zones with DNSSEC for dynamic updates. Can someone did it in Openbsd? Chroot give some problems? And I just decided to post here after seeing that I can see in my src tree the files /usr/src/usr.sbin/bind/bin/dnssec/dnssec-makekeyset.8

Re: [unclassified] Simple Question about PF

2006-01-10 Thread Chris Zakelj
Giancarlo Razzolini wrote: Thanks for the prompt reply. I had some luck yesterday with altq. I've put 300kb as bandwidht limit in my internal iface and 150Kb in my external iface. And assigned traffic to the download queue (300Kb) and it worked. The only problem is that i'm using keep state in

Re: bibd 9.3 dnssec-makekeyset missing?

2006-01-10 Thread Rogier Krieger
On 1/10/06, Chris [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: but dnssec-makekeyset dont seem to exist in my system. I m doing something wrong or it is not possible to allow dynamic updates with SIG in openbsd. I think with BIND 9 is possible. You may want to look into dnssec-keygen(8). It can also generate the

Re: OpenBGP IPv6

2006-01-10 Thread Sylvain Coutant
However, I can't change the configuration (reload, neighbour clear), IPv4 is always the only capability announced. I believe I need to kill bgpd and restart it for the change in the configuration to take effect. I can't for now. hmm, there might have been an issue with changing the

Re: OpenBGP IPv6

2006-01-10 Thread Henning Brauer
* Sylvain Coutant [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2006-01-11 00:18]: 3/ Now bgpctl show nexthop shows a nexthop which does not exist. Its IPv4 address is nothing I know about (and is not the first 32 bits of a v6 address). ok, you are definately running relatively old code. please try with a -current

Re: OpenBGPd filters

2006-01-10 Thread Sylvain Coutant
I'm not sure, but some of them (I think localpref defined in a group) require the whole daemon to be restarted. certainly not. So what should I do to change the localpref assigned this way ? neighbor clear did not changed the localpref last time I checked ... I didn't try to delete the

Re: OpenBGPd filters

2006-01-10 Thread Henning Brauer
* Sylvain Coutant [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2006-01-11 00:53]: I'm not sure, but some of them (I think localpref defined in a group) require the whole daemon to be restarted. certainly not. So what should I do to change the localpref assigned this way ? neighbor clear did not changed the

Problems mounting cdrom

2006-01-10 Thread Anders Normann
I am a newbie when it comes to OpenBSD, but have already set up my web-server with 3.8 and is quite happy with the ease of installation and the way it behaves. Have also installed 3.8 on a spare pc which sits in a closet and is used for testing. Use ssh to connect to that pc. But ran into

error on ifconfig, bssid

2006-01-10 Thread Lucas Reddinger
hi misc, the man page for ifconfig is very concise for bssid. why isn't this correct? $ sudo ifconfig wi0 bssid 00:13:10:e8:9f:44 ifconfig: SIOCS80211BSSID: Invalid argument $ thanks for your help. (more info follows) lucas -- $ uname -a OpenBSD release.wingedleopard.net 3.8 GENERIC#138 i386

OpenBSD logo in xlock(1) life mode should be updated

2006-01-10 Thread Andrés Delfino
The logo which one can see is the old daemon, shouldn't it be Puffy now?

Re: OpenBSD logo in xlock(1) life mode should be updated

2006-01-10 Thread veins
AndrC)s Delfino wrote: The logo which one can see is the old daemon, shouldn't it be Puffy now? should my tatoo be be updated too ? :-)

Re: OpenBSD logo in xlock(1) life mode should be updated

2006-01-10 Thread Theo de Raadt
The logo which one can see is the old daemon, shouldn't it be Puffy now? I'm sure we will get right on that, after we stop working on improving the code.