Combining boot floppies

2006-06-08 Thread Michael White
Hi all, I'm attempting my first install of OpenBSD (version 3.9) on an HP Omnibook 800CT (Pentium 166, 80 MB RAM, 4.3 GB HD, 3COM 3CXEM556 Carbus Ethernet card), coming over from RH9.0. One peculiarity of the 800CTs is that the SCSI CDROM is not bootable, so I'm down to booting with floppies.

state table, loopback and redirection

2006-06-08 Thread uc\.sheda
Hi, I'm trying to set up ftp-proxy on my OpenBSD 3.9 box. I'm using the following configuration: pf.conf: rdr pass proto tcp from any to any port 21 - 127.0.0.1 port 8021 block log (all) all pass proto tcp from any to 127.16.218.129 to 127.0.0.1 port 8021 flags S/SA

Re: Combining boot floppies

2006-06-08 Thread Darrin Chandler
On Thu, Jun 08, 2006 at 01:08:04AM -0500, Michael White wrote: Hi all, I'm attempting my first install of OpenBSD (version 3.9) on an HP Omnibook 800CT (Pentium 166, 80 MB RAM, 4.3 GB HD, 3COM 3CXEM556 Carbus Ethernet card), coming over from RH9.0. One peculiarity of the 800CTs is that

Re: ipv6 in openbsd 3.9

2006-06-08 Thread Rogier Krieger
On 6/8/06, Lars Hansson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: How I wish it was as easy with APNIC [...] Well, I'd say Google is your friend. The process at APNIC seems pretty similar to RIPE's. At least, it does so at first glance. Through Googling for obtain apnic person object, I end up at:

Re: Which free board software for PostgeSQL?

2006-06-08 Thread Alexander Farber
I use PunBB 1.2.12 with -current OpenBSD and postgresql from ports here: http://preferans.de/ On 6/7/06, Michael Lechtermann [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: anyone can recommend a free PHP board/forums software for use with PostgreSQL 8.x?

Toshiba Tecra 8000 xorg.conf

2006-06-08 Thread Joshua Sandbrook
Gidday... Anyone out there running 3.9 on a Toshiba Tecra 8000 ? Im trying to get it to run at 1024x768 but its being grumpy. Dmesg for good measure: OpenBSD 3.9 (GENERIC) #617: Thu Mar 2 02:26:48 MST 2006 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/src/sys/arch/i386/compile/GENERIC cpu0: Intel Pentium II

Re: Linksys USB200M device boot-time troubleshooting,

2006-06-08 Thread Fred Crowson
Chris Smith wrote: N00b here. My Linksys USB200M, which should use the axe driver, isn't recognized at boot. In dmesg, I have: uhub3: port2, set config at addr 2 failed uhub3: device problem, disabling port 2 Request some references to investigate. The documentation is great, but I'm not

entering custom AT commands into ppp.conf

2006-06-08 Thread Marius Van Deventer - Umzimkulu
Hi all. By asking this queston i admit that i have no idea how ppp.conf works. For a normal modem i am able to configure it fine, but for this problem i have to admit that i have no idea. I found some hits on google but nothing specific. I managed (finally) to get gprs working on OpenBSD using

Re: Toshiba Tecra 8000 xorg.conf

2006-06-08 Thread Paul de Weerd
Hi Joshua, On Thu, Jun 08, 2006 at 07:39:15PM +1200, Joshua Sandbrook wrote: | Anyone out there running 3.9 on a Toshiba Tecra 8000 ? Im trying to get it to | run at 1024x768 but its being grumpy. Check http://www.openbsd.org/i386-laptop.html - the machine is listed there with several tips on

Re: Toshiba Tecra 8000 xorg.conf

2006-06-08 Thread Fred Crowson
Joshua Sandbrook wrote: Gidday... Anyone out there running 3.9 on a Toshiba Tecra 8000 ? Im trying to get it to run at 1024x768 but its being grumpy. Dmesg for good measure: What are the errors in your Xorg.0.log? And searching MARC gave:

Re: Toshiba Tecra 8000 xorg.conf

2006-06-08 Thread Joshua Sandbrook
Yeah I saw that. But xorg does not just 'work by default' at 1024x768 for me. It just runs at 800x600 and it seems thats all it can be bothered doing right now... On Thursday 08 June 2006 19:59, you wrote: Hi Joshua, On Thu, Jun 08, 2006 at 07:39:15PM +1200, Joshua Sandbrook wrote: |

Re: Toshiba Tecra 8000 xorg.conf

2006-06-08 Thread Bachman Kharazmi
This is not a obsd related question. First make sure your screen and card can make that resolution. Then include your xorg.conf and the Xorg log. Please read the examples included first, and see if Xorg -configure can help. here is what it can look like http://bkw.lindesign.se/tmp/xorg.conf

Custom /bsd.rd to send in dmesgs?

2006-06-08 Thread vladas
Will devs ignore dmesgs from /bsd.rd that would resemble the -current GENERIC /bsd (if it is possible to do so)? I want to send in a few dmesgs from the machines where I cannot install OpenBSD, so I thought /bsd.rd would help.

Re: entering custom AT commands into ppp.conf

2006-06-08 Thread Pete Vickers
Hi, Here's my configs, should give you some hints.. mobile phone is connected to 'COM1' at 57600baud, adding a system default route via the new ppp link, and automatically redialing immediately after link failure: =/etc/ppp/peers/ISP /dev/tty00 57600

Re: Wireless card use

2006-06-08 Thread Andy Hayward
On 6/7/06, Gaby vanhegan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The reviews seem to rate them, it's listed as supported hardware and it's less than #30. Any reason I shouldn't get one of these to go with a 3.9 box? Edimax EW-7128G http://www.scan.co.uk/Products/ProductInfo.asp?WebProductID=152539 -- ach

Re: OpenOffice.org 2.0 works on OpenBSD

2006-06-08 Thread Nikolaus Hiebaum
On June 6, 2006 00:44, Tobias Ulmer wrote: Search the ports@ mailing list, there's a port for it. Thanks for the tip and also for the link with instructions. Yes, I was able to underatand it. :-) The title of the site chruetertee.ch, however, took me some more time. :- I found something

Re: OpenOffice.org 2.0 works on OpenBSD

2006-06-08 Thread Nikolaus Hiebaum
On Thu, June 8, 2006 00:44, Bob Beck wrote: ... I use OpenOffice with sudo soffice.bin .. Shudder. My glasses just went dark. That's fucking terrifying. Seriously dude, You are begging for a security problem doing this. Thank you for pointing this out to me. If you have perused my previous

Re: state table, loopback and redirection

2006-06-08 Thread Camiel Dobbelaar
On Thu, 8 Jun 2006, uc.sheda wrote: When 172.16.218.129 is trying to reach the port 21/tcp of 129.128.5.191, here is what happen: * tcpdump -tei pflog0 port 21 or 8021: don't show anything You don't have log on your rdr pass line. * tcpdump -tni bridge0 port 21 or 8021: just show the SYN

Re: Wireless card use

2006-06-08 Thread Dries Schellekens
Jonathan Gray wrote: The third is based on a TI ACX chip which can be picked by its blue PCB. http://kbserver.netgear.com/products/WG311v3.asp Is this likely to be supported by OpenBSD? Is TI still refusing to permit the distribution of the firmware blob? Linux people seem to have figured

Announcing OpenBSD/amd64 Xen port

2006-06-08 Thread Mathieu Ropert
Hi, I've been working toward porting OpenBSD/amd64 for the Xen Virtual Machine Monitor for a few months. It's not 100% complete, but most is already working for domU. Here's a list of the current issues/missing things: - virtual NIC driver is not fonctionnal, some part of the code still

ntp on soekris

2006-06-08 Thread Pailloncy Jean-Gerard
Hi, I have some flapping in ntp on soekris. Is it important ? First soekris (auto reboot each 15 and 45 minutes) Jun 8 06:17:46 r001 ntpd[17515]: adjusting local clock by 0.364500s Jun 8 06:47:45 r001 ntpd[26194]: adjusting local clock by 0.439883s Jun 8 07:17:41 r001 ntpd[22494]: adjusting

Re: Bind popa3d to local interface only

2006-06-08 Thread Gabriel Kihlman
Michael Lechtermann [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi, I am currently setting up a POP3 server and everything is working fine. Also added stunnel to handle SSL connections for popa3d. Now I would like to permit the usage of unencrypted connections to popa3d to enforce connections over SSL.

Re: entering custom AT commands into ppp.conf

2006-06-08 Thread Stuart Henderson
By asking this queston i admit that i have no idea how ppp.conf works. I have to enter the init strings manually using minicom before i dial. AT+CGDCONT=1,IP,internet Obviously there HAS to be a way to include these in ppp.conf. All my attempts have failed. It's difficult to get the

Re: Bind popa3d to local interface only

2006-06-08 Thread Damien Miller
On Thu, 8 Jun 2006, Gabriel Kihlman wrote: Because of that I just need popa3d to listen on 127.0.0.1. Index: standalone.c === RCS file: /cvs/src/usr.sbin/popa3d/standalone.c,v retrieving revision 1.10 diff -u -r1.10

Re: Bind popa3d to local interface only

2006-06-08 Thread Michael Lechtermann
Damien Miller schrieb: Why go through all of this trouble when you can just run it out of inetd(8)? Why running inetd for that alone and having an additional process open when popa3d is supposed to be able to do it alone when set to an address in params.h? Imho, that patch, (with my little

Re: entering custom AT commands into ppp.conf

2006-06-08 Thread Marius Van Deventer - Umzimkulu
-Original Message- From: Stuart Henderson [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 08 June 2006 12:19 PM To: Marius Van Deventer - Umzimkulu Cc: misc@openbsd.org Subject: Re: entering custom AT commands into ppp.conf By asking this queston i admit that i have no idea how ppp.conf

Re: entering custom AT commands into ppp.conf

2006-06-08 Thread Felix Kronlage
On Thu, Jun 08, 2006 at 08:07:21AM +0200, Marius Van Deventer - Umzimkulu wrote: By asking this queston i admit that i have no idea how ppp.conf works. for a setup with pppd, take a look here: url: http://hazardous.org/~fkr/openbsd/openbsd_gprs_umts.html It is for umts/gprs cards, but the same

SMP

2006-06-08 Thread Gustavo Rios
Dear friends, i have been having an increasing interest on OpenBSD internals. So, my first movement was to buy some Unix books on OS design like The Design of the 4.4BSD . One thing i would like to know better is about SMP. Up to now i could not figure it out about the algorithm choice and

Re: Bind popa3d to local interface only

2006-06-08 Thread Damien Miller
On Thu, 8 Jun 2006, Michael Lechtermann wrote: Damien Miller schrieb: Why go through all of this trouble when you can just run it out of inetd(8)? Why running inetd for that alone and having an additional process open when popa3d is supposed to be able to do it alone when set to an

Re: SMP

2006-06-08 Thread Marc Balmer
* Gustavo Rios wrote: Dear friends, i have been having an increasing interest on OpenBSD internals. So, my first movement was to buy some Unix books on OS design like The Design of the 4.4BSD . One thing i would like to know better is about SMP. Up to now i could not figure it out

Re: state table, loopback and redirection

2006-06-08 Thread Camiel Dobbelaar
On Thu, 8 Jun 2006, sheda wrote: There's a NAT box between the OpenBSD box and Internet, that's why I don't need outgoing NAT rules. Then the ftp-proxy needs to run on the NAT box, because the private space address is used _inside_ the FTP protocol as well (in active mode). For bridges

Re: OpenOffice.org 2.0 works on OpenBSD

2006-06-08 Thread John Fiore
Is it maybe a permissions issue on the directory that OpenOffice uses as temporary space to save your files while you're working on them? On 6/8/06, Nikolaus Hiebaum [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, June 8, 2006 00:44, Bob Beck wrote: ... I use OpenOffice with sudo soffice.bin ..

Re: b/g wifi card on wi list?

2006-06-08 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2006/06/08 14:33, Toni Mueller wrote: I am also just now shopping for a good PCMCIA (or CardBus) card for building an accesspoint and/or a router supporting wireless LAN and perused www.openbsd.org/i386.html which imho lists a lot of cards, only to find out that most if not all of them

Re: Which free board software for PostgeSQL?

2006-06-08 Thread Terry
On Wed, Jun 07, 2006 at 08:46:56PM +0200, Michael Lechtermann wrote: Hi, anyone can recommend a free PHP board/forums software for use with PostgreSQL 8.x? PgSQL isn't mentioned in the vBulletin homepage. PHPBB is supposed to work with 7.x, not sure about 8.x Thanks in advance.

Re: entering custom AT commands into ppp.conf

2006-06-08 Thread Stuart Henderson
oops. Well spotted Marius. + set phone *99# should have been + set phone *99\# I did test it but my phone obviously didn't require the #. Index: etc/ppp/ppp.conf.sample === RCS file:

Re: ntp on soekris

2006-06-08 Thread Pailloncy Jean-Gerard
Jun 8 09:47:46 r001 ntpd[23319]: adjusting local clock by 0.875716s Jun 8 09:51:26 r001 ntpd[23319]: adjusting local clock by 0.816038s Note that the time shown is *not* the time being adjusted, but the difference from true time. I.e at first the offset is 0.87s and later it is only 0.81s so

Re: Custom /bsd.rd to send in dmesgs?

2006-06-08 Thread Nick Holland
vladas wrote: Will devs ignore dmesgs from /bsd.rd that would resemble the -current GENERIC /bsd (if it is possible to do so)? I want to send in a few dmesgs from the machines where I cannot install OpenBSD, so I thought /bsd.rd would help. There are a lot of reasons why developers want the

Problem logging in.

2006-06-08 Thread Jonas Lindskog
Hello, A week ago my open bsd firewall started to show a very strange behaviour. I have the ssh-daemon running and ususally log-in remotely to be able to administrate the pf.conf file. But now I cant log in. Ok, maybe I've just forgott my password. I booted in single user mode and changed it,

Re: entering custom AT commands into ppp.conf

2006-06-08 Thread Stuart Henderson
hmmm. Was right the first time with *99# - not sure why you needed *99\# then Marius...

Re: entering custom AT commands into ppp.conf

2006-06-08 Thread Marius Van Deventer - Umzimkulu
-Original Message- From: Stuart Henderson [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 08 June 2006 04:17 PM To: Marius Van Deventer - Umzimkulu Cc: misc@openbsd.org Subject: Re: entering custom AT commands into ppp.conf hmmm. Was right the first time with *99# - not sure why you needed

Re: ipv6 in openbsd 3.9

2006-06-08 Thread Jeroen Massar
On Thu, 2006-06-08 at 02:40 +, Lars Hansson wrote: [..] I wanted to try SixXs but I dont have an apnic (or other rir) handle. I guess you missed http://www.sixxs.net/signup/create/ Of course, if you are in APNIC area it is much wiser to use a broker from that area, see

Re: entering custom AT commands into ppp.conf

2006-06-08 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2006/06/08 16:37, Marius Van Deventer - Umzimkulu wrote: When I tried *99# my phone's display read Dialling *99 and then Disconnecting *99 shortly after. Did you have it in quotes as in my example? It is probably a quirk of the service provider. Each provider probably has a different

Lockups and Semop panics

2006-06-08 Thread Michael Erdely
Hi, I've got a Dell Dimension XPS B866r desktop running as my web/mail server (recently upgraded to 3.9). Occasionally, after a seemingly random amount of time, the machine will do one of two things: it will either lockup/freeze where there are no messages on the console, but you cannot

Re: Lockups and Semop panics

2006-06-08 Thread Otto Moerbeek
On Thu, 8 Jun 2006, Michael Erdely wrote: Hi, I've got a Dell Dimension XPS B866r desktop running as my web/mail server (recently upgraded to 3.9). Occasionally, after a seemingly random amount of time, the machine will do one of two things: it will either lockup/freeze where there are

Re: ntp on soekris

2006-06-08 Thread knitti
On 6/8/06, Peter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: --- knitti [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: the soekris are not very good at time keeping, in my experience. whether this is a problem is something you have to decide, do you need more precision? if yes, change the hardware, else don't worry What is your

Re: Lockups and Semop panics

2006-06-08 Thread Michael Erdely
Otto Moerbeek wrote: On Thu, 8 Jun 2006, Michael Erdely wrote: panic: semop - can't undo undos your system is running out of semaphore undo data structures. Try increasing at least kern.seminfo.semmnu. Other semaphore related sysctl's might need an increase as well. Thanks, Otto. I'll give

Re: ntp on soekris

2006-06-08 Thread Pailloncy Jean-Gerard
--- knitti [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: the soekris are not very good at time keeping, in my experience. whether this is a problem is something you have to decide, do you need more precision? if yes, change the hardware, else don't worry What is your experience and what did you observe? I have

Re: Lockups and Semop panics

2006-06-08 Thread Bob Beck
* Otto Moerbeek [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2006-06-08 10:00]: On Thu, 8 Jun 2006, Michael Erdely wrote: Hi, I've got a Dell Dimension XPS B866r desktop running as my web/mail server (recently upgraded to 3.9). Occasionally, after a seemingly random amount of time, the machine will do

Re: ntp on soekris

2006-06-08 Thread Peter
--- knitti [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 6/8/06, Pailloncy Jean-Gerard [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: minutes is larger than a fraction of one percent. I wonder if my understanding is correct, and why the skew is so fast. And last question, is it a real problem ? the soekris are not very good

nfe driver and Sun X2100

2006-06-08 Thread stan
Has anyone gotten teh nfe port on a Sun 2100 to work on 19M? I have one of these, that I am setting up as a firewall between 2 legacy networks, both of which are 10M, and when I plug that port into the 10M hub, I get continuing kernel error messages. I'm considering locking it down, to se if that

Re: OpenOffice.org 2.0 works on OpenBSD

2006-06-08 Thread Nikolaus Hiebaum
* John Fiore wrote on Jun 8, 2006 [08:22, -0500] : Is it maybe a permissions issue on the directory that OpenOffice uses as temporary space to save your files while you're working on them? I checked the settings in OpenOffice: temporary files are written to /tmp and My Documents are written to

Re: nfe driver and Sun X2100

2006-06-08 Thread Srebrenko Sehic
On 6/8/06, stan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Has anyone gotten teh nfe port on a Sun 2100 to work on 19M? I have one of these, that I am setting up as a firewall between 2 legacy networks, both of which are 10M, and when I plug that port into the 10M hub, I get continuing kernel error messages. I'm

Re: ntp on soekris

2006-06-08 Thread Otto Moerbeek
On Thu, 8 Jun 2006, Pailloncy Jean-Gerard wrote: Jun 8 09:47:46 r001 ntpd[23319]: adjusting local clock by 0.875716s Jun 8 09:51:26 r001 ntpd[23319]: adjusting local clock by 0.816038s Note that the time shown is *not* the time being adjusted, but the difference from true time.

Re: double-letter problem in X.org

2006-06-08 Thread Cagdas Tulek
On 6/7/06, Fred Crowson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Cagdas Tulek wrote: Hi, I've installed OpenBSD 3.9 on Toshiba Satellite 1410 laptop, yesterday. Everything is fine except the problem I face on X which does not happed at console. When I press a key, it sometimes prints double-letters. I

Re: ntp on soekris

2006-06-08 Thread Darrin Chandler
On Thu, Jun 08, 2006 at 08:01:16PM +0200, Otto Moerbeek wrote: There are a couple of reasons why you can see alternating positive/negative adjustments: 1. Your time reference is wobbling. 2. Your clock is wobbling. 3. In some cases ntpd overcompensates. This is especially true for large

Re: ntp on soekris

2006-06-08 Thread Henning Brauer
* Otto Moerbeek [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2006-06-08 20:02]: If you see continuous positive or negative adjustments, it just means you clock is too slow or too fast. Currently, ntpd does not compensate for such a systematic clock error. this is actually what we lack most in the timekeeping area

Re: Problem logging in.

2006-06-08 Thread Bachman Kharazmi
A week ago my open bsd firewall started to show a very strange behaviour. I have the ssh-daemon running and ususally log-in remotely to be able to administrate the pf.conf file. But now I cant log in. Ok, maybe I've just forgott my password. I booted in single user mode and changed it, then

Re: Problem mounting/unmounting a CD

2006-06-08 Thread Otto Moerbeek
On Thu, 8 Jun 2006, Gabriel George POPA wrote: Hello BSD users, /dev/cd0a 93.9M 93.9M 0B 100%/mnt/dvdrw0 # umount /dev/cd0a umount: /mnt/dvdrw0: Input/output error # eject /dev/rcd0c # # (the tray doesn't move, it's shut) # eject -t /dev/rcd0c # eject /dev/rcd0c

savecore segfaults in June 7 i386 -current snapshot (#870)

2006-06-08 Thread Josh Grosse
I noticed it after just installing it as an upgrade. I was seeing a segmentation fault as /etc/rc was running, and traced it to savecore. The segmentation fault will drop a core file if I run it manually. gdb says: Core was generated by `savecore'. Program terminated with signal 11,

Re: ip address ?

2006-06-08 Thread Nick Guenther
On 6/8/06, akonsu [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: hello, my openbsd machine is conected to a windows machine. the windows machine has a wireless connection and gets its ip using dhcp. the openbsd machine gets its ip from the windows machine also by using dhcp on boot. the windows machine runs cygwin

squid and pf and dansguardian

2006-06-08 Thread Allen Theobald
Greetings, I get transparent proxying with squid and pf. I get dansguardian and pf. What I don't get is squid, dansguardian, and pf. pf.conf fragment: int_if=gem0 ext_if=kue0 # redirect to squid rdr on $int_if inet proto tcp from any to any \ port www - 127.0.0.1

Re: Which free board software for PostgeSQL?

2006-06-08 Thread Joachim Schipper
On Wed, Jun 07, 2006 at 08:46:56PM +0200, Michael Lechtermann wrote: Hi, anyone can recommend a free PHP board/forums software for use with PostgreSQL 8.x? PgSQL isn't mentioned in the vBulletin homepage. PHPBB is supposed to work with 7.x, not sure about 8.x I use PHPBB with PostgreSQL

Re: ip address ?

2006-06-08 Thread Joachim Schipper
On Wed, Jun 07, 2006 at 10:42:41PM -0700, akonsu wrote: hello, my openbsd machine is conected to a windows machine. the windows machine has a wireless connection and gets its ip using dhcp. the openbsd machine gets its ip from the windows machine also by using dhcp on boot. the windows

Re: Combining boot floppies

2006-06-08 Thread Joachim Schipper
On Wed, Jun 07, 2006 at 11:36:14PM -0700, Darrin Chandler wrote: On Thu, Jun 08, 2006 at 01:08:04AM -0500, Michael White wrote: Hi all, I'm attempting my first install of OpenBSD (version 3.9) on an HP Omnibook 800CT (Pentium 166, 80 MB RAM, 4.3 GB HD, 3COM 3CXEM556 Carbus Ethernet

Re: ip address ?

2006-06-08 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2006/06/08 22:16, Joachim Schipper wrote: is there a way to automatically retrieve the ip address of the windows machine and set up DISPLAY variable in the login script on openbsd machine? also, how to handle ip renewals? If this is for programs started from an ssh session to the OpenBSD

Re: ip address ?

2006-06-08 Thread Chris 'Xenon' Hanson
Joachim Schipper wrote: my openbsd machine is conected to a windows machine. the windows machine has a wireless connection and gets its ip using dhcp. the openbsd machine gets its ip from the windows machine also by using dhcp on boot. is there a way to automatically retrieve the ip address of

Re: Problem logging in.

2006-06-08 Thread Joachim Schipper
On Thu, Jun 08, 2006 at 02:22:19PM +0200, Jonas Lindskog wrote: Hello, A week ago my open bsd firewall started to show a very strange behaviour. I have the ssh-daemon running and ususally log-in remotely to be able to administrate the pf.conf file. But now I cant log in. Ok, maybe I've just

Re: SMP

2006-06-08 Thread Joachim Schipper
On Thu, Jun 08, 2006 at 08:34:28AM -0300, Gustavo Rios wrote: Dear friends, i have been having an increasing interest on OpenBSD internals. So, my first movement was to buy some Unix books on OS design like The Design of the 4.4BSD . One thing i would like to know better is about

which package to install?

2006-06-08 Thread Gustavo Rios
Hey folks, i would like to install python in my 3.8 box, but when i cd'ed to /usr/ports/lang/python, i saw two directories, once for 2.3 another for 2.4. I would like to install on 2.4, but not both. I could not figure it out how to install only 2.4 the official way, since a make install the

like the faq 14.16.1, partition is not in my disklabel ... need help anyway

2006-06-08 Thread Didier Wiroth
Hello, My ntfs amd comaq diag. partition is not in the disklabel. Unfortunately I don't know how to add correctly in the disklabel. I've read the faq 14.16.1 but it only shows a modification. Here is my fdisk output, which shows id 0 the ntfs partition: Disk: wd0 geometry: 12921/240/63

Re: Linphone installation

2006-06-08 Thread Nikolaus Hiebaum
* Nikolaus Hiebaum wrote on Jun 8, 2006 [22:43, +0200] : My approach was to download the source and compile it myself. However, I am running into this error as I run ./configure --with-osip=/usr/local/include/osip2 I forgot to write that I am trying to install linphone-1.3.5. -- Beste

Linphone installation

2006-06-08 Thread Nikolaus Hiebaum
Hello, I was looking for a SIP softphone working under OpenBSD and from I found it sounded as if Linphone would work. There is an unofficial port for it (cf. http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=openbsd-portsm=113297483831524w=2) of an older version which doesn't build, however. My approach was to

Re: savecore segfaults in June 7 i386 -current snapshot (#870)

2006-06-08 Thread Josh Grosse
On Thu, Jun 08, 2006 at 02:32:39PM -0400, Josh Grosse wrote: I noticed it after just installing it as an upgrade. I was seeing a segmentation fault as /etc/rc was running, and traced it to savecore In response to my own post, Ray Lai very politely asked me to rebuild savecore with

Yes, MySQL sucks (was: Re: Lockups and Semop panics)

2006-06-08 Thread Joachim Schipper
On Thu, Jun 08, 2006 at 10:19:31AM -0600, Bob Beck wrote: * Otto Moerbeek [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2006-06-08 10:00]: On Thu, 8 Jun 2006, Michael Erdely wrote: Hi, I've got a Dell Dimension XPS B866r desktop running as my web/mail server (recently upgraded to 3.9).

Re: which package to install?

2006-06-08 Thread viq
On 6/8/06, Gustavo Rios [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey folks, i would like to install python in my 3.8 box, but when i cd'ed to /usr/ports/lang/python, i saw two directories, once for 2.3 another for 2.4. I would like to install on 2.4, but not both. I could not figure it out how to install only

Re: popular mail squid virus scanning technique for openbsd

2006-06-08 Thread Craig Skinner
On Mon, Jun 05, 2006 at 12:33:23PM +0530, Siju George wrote: Hi, One of my openBSD server is the Gateway/Firewall to internet. Our mal server(s) is on the Internet. What would be the best method to scan all mail traffic through the firewall? Currenly I am using plain NAT. It would be

Re: which package to install?

2006-06-08 Thread Bryan Irvine
Go into the 2.4 dir and make install. --Bryan On 6/8/06, Gustavo Rios [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey folks, i would like to install python in my 3.8 box, but when i cd'ed to /usr/ports/lang/python, i saw two directories, once for 2.3 another for 2.4. I would like to install on 2.4, but not

Re: ip address ?

2006-06-08 Thread Dan Farrell
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Chris 'Xenon' Hanson Sent: Thursday, June 08, 2006 4:28 PM To: misc Subject: Re: ip address ? Joachim Schipper wrote: my openbsd machine is conected to a windows machine. the windows machine has

[4.0 release] PR event

2006-06-08 Thread Craig Skinner
Hiya list, If you are like me, you are probably pondering how the milestone OpenBSD 4.0 release should be launched in the public eye. Due to the extraordinary volume of additional software that any point0 release brings to our valued customer base, I thought it high time to elect a specialist

Re: Linphone installation

2006-06-08 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2006/06/08 22:43, Nikolaus Hiebaum wrote: My approach was to download the source and compile it myself. However, I am running into this error as I run ./configure --with-osip=/usr/local/include/osip2 I've just been trying to get a softphone running too. You'll get a bit further using

Re: Toshiba Tecra 8000 xorg.conf

2006-06-08 Thread Paul de Weerd
On Thu, Jun 08, 2006 at 08:04:43PM +1200, Joshua Sandbrook wrote: | Yeah I saw that. But xorg does not just 'work by default' at 1024x768 for me. | It just runs at 800x600 and it seems thats all it can be bothered doing right | now... Ah ok, so that's what being grumpy means ;) You could try

Re: Linphone installation

2006-06-08 Thread Craig Skinner
On Thu, Jun 08, 2006 at 10:43:55PM +0200, Nikolaus Hiebaum wrote: If you know of another SIP softphone working under OpenBSD, I am open to suggestions. This is the only VoIP phone that I have found to work well: http://www.shop.bt.com/invt/caw126 I used to work for an ISP that had its own

Re: ip address ?

2006-06-08 Thread akonsu
thanks all for help. i can change my whole setup. what i have now is the best that i could think of. basically the problem is that my laptop's wireless card is not supported yet and i run a VMWare virtual machine under my windows and openbsd runs from a physical disk partition on this virtual

Re: Yes, MySQL sucks (was: Re: Lockups and Semop panics)

2006-06-08 Thread Craig Skinner
On Thu, Jun 08, 2006 at 10:54:01PM +0200, Joachim Schipper wrote: Did I mention that mysqueal sucks? Finally, it's the wrong solution in almost every case. It's not a database - again, use PostgreSQL. Seconded. MySQL is only an SQLish interface to a file system, it is not a database.

Re: OpenOffice.org 2.0 works on OpenBSD

2006-06-08 Thread Tobias Ulmer
On Thu, Jun 08, 2006 at 10:21:02AM +0200, Nikolaus Hiebaum wrote: On June 6, 2006 00:44, Tobias Ulmer wrote: Search the ports@ mailing list, there's a port for it. Thanks for the tip and also for the link with instructions. Yes, I was able to underatand it. :-) The title of the site

Re: new port: OpenBSD/aviion

2006-06-08 Thread Dries Schellekens
Miod Vallat wrote: I would like to extend the hardware coverage of this port by supporting more models and more on-board devices. But as long as I do not have AViiON hardware and rely on other people for testing, development will not progress very fast, and will hit on our nerves. So if you

Re: ip address ?

2006-06-08 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2006/06/08 14:35, akonsu wrote: i can change my whole setup. what i have now is the best that i could think of. basically the problem is that my laptop's wireless card is not supported yet If it's minipci, it's usually cheap and not difficult to swap it for a ralink-based card (but check

Re: ip address ?

2006-06-08 Thread Raja Subramanian
On 6/9/06, akonsu [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: i run a VMWare virtual machine under my windows and openbsd runs from a physical disk partition on this virtual machine. so openbsd connects to windows through these virtual ethernet connections installed with the VMWare player. this way openbsd can use

setting ath txpower via ifconfig errors out

2006-06-08 Thread Antonios Anastasiadis
Trying to change txpower on atheros wireless cards does not set the power accordingly, just errors out. I submitted this mail to bugs@ but I cannot find it in the bug tracking system page, so I send it here also in case there was a problem. I don't have the skills to figure out anything by

Re: Linphone installation

2006-06-08 Thread pedro la peu
On Thursday 08 June 2006 22:28, Stuart Henderson wrote: I've just been trying to get a softphone running too. You'll get a bit further using --with-osip=/usr/local/include but I haven't got the build to complete yet. It works with ossaudio(3), except audio. Me too! I thought minisip looked

Re: like the faq 14.16.1, partition is not in my disklabel ... need help anyway

2006-06-08 Thread Joachim Schipper
On Thu, Jun 08, 2006 at 08:31:59PM +, Didier Wiroth wrote: Hello, My ntfs amd comaq diag. partition is not in the disklabel. Unfortunately I don't know how to add correctly in the disklabel. I've read the faq 14.16.1 but it only shows a modification. Here is my fdisk output, which shows

Cryptography Accelerators

2006-06-08 Thread Breen Ouellette
Hello. Given the recent post by Theo about the poor state of Hifn cooperation, I am curious to know how OpenBSD developers rate the other companies producing cryptography accelerators. The Cryptography page (http://www.openbsd.org/crypto.html) seems to be somewhat outdated, stating 'Hifn was

Re: Cryptography Accelerators

2006-06-08 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2006/06/08 17:13, Breen Ouellette wrote: total solution like the VIA C3? Not sure you can still get C3, Intel revoked VIA's license to use the bus. Think they worked-around it by combining cpu and chipset into the same chip for the 'corefusion' stuff and then there's the C7 with a new bus.

Re: Stability of bge on 3.8 SMP

2006-06-08 Thread Karl Kopp
Hi - we just had the exact same experience on a SMP AMD64 box with OpenBSD 3.9. Anyone got any further on this? On 3/23/06, Daniel Hamlin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Daniel Hamlin wrote: I have a server acting as a router/firewall (dmesg below) that stopped passing traffic on one network card

Re: like the faq 14.16.1, partition is not in my disklabel ... need help anyway

2006-06-08 Thread Tony Abernethy
Joachim Schipper wrote: On Thu, Jun 08, 2006 at 08:31:59PM +, Didier Wiroth wrote: Hello, My ntfs amd comaq diag. partition is not in the disklabel. Unfortunately I don't know how to add correctly in the disklabel. I've read the faq 14.16.1 but it only shows a modification. Here

bge0 - Watchdog Timeout

2006-06-08 Thread Karl Kopp
Hi! We recently moved from a Cisco based router to OpenBSD and have been wrapped. The only issue is that recently, every 2 days or so, the OBSD 3.9 router stops moving packets and has to be rebooted. The system is an dual AMD 64 with The console reports bge0: Watchdog timeout The console

Re: OpenBSD 3.9 on a Sun Fire x4100

2006-06-08 Thread Nick Shank
I have not put -current on this system. Would making this machine public and available to developers be of any use? I would also include ilom access. Thoughts? Nick

Re: OpenBSD 3.9 on a Sun Fire x4100

2006-06-08 Thread Nick Shank
Er, rather I have put current on the x4100. Hmmm... I must still be brain dead from work... -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Nick Shank Sent: Thursday, June 08, 2006 6:54 PM To: misc@openbsd.org Subject: Re: OpenBSD 3.9 on a Sun Fire x4100

Re: squid and pf and dansguardian

2006-06-08 Thread Steven Surdock
Allen Theobald wrote: Greetings, I get transparent proxying with squid and pf. I get dansguardian and pf. What I don't get is squid, dansguardian, and pf. pf.conf fragment: int_if=gem0 ext_if=kue0 # redirect to squid rdr on $int_if inet proto tcp from any to any \

Re: Combining boot floppies

2006-06-08 Thread Nick Holland
When I saw your note, I figured Something Ain't Right here. I wasn't the only one. Theo noticed. I'm on a mission from Theo. Michael White wrote: Hi all, I'm attempting my first install of OpenBSD (version 3.9) on an HP Omnibook 800CT (Pentium 166, 80 MB RAM, 4.3 GB HD, 3COM 3CXEM556

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