opensmtpd php_mail /usr/sbin/sendmail

2012-05-30 Thread lilit-aibolit
Hello misc. There are many web applications that used php_mail function, which points to /usr/sbin/sendmail on localhost. In some case sendmail used with smart_host+masquerade options to deliver email via gmail for example. Configure sendmail to work with gmail (SMTP AUTH/TLS) is hard for me. The

Re: opensmtpd php_mail /usr/sbin/sendmail

2012-05-30 Thread Gilles Chehade
On Wed, May 30, 2012 at 09:57:47AM +0300, lilit-aibolit wrote: Hello misc. Hello, There are many web applications that used php_mail function, which points to /usr/sbin/sendmail on localhost. In some case sendmail used with smart_host+masquerade options to deliver email via gmail for

Re: OpenBSD in April's issue of the CACM

2012-05-30 Thread ropers
With apologies for the we because I don't really speak for the OpenBSD project, but maybe people will like this: Port 112 KV demands that we atone When we use ports we do not own But leaves the corporate actors fine Who take things that are yours and mine KV sides with the corporate actor Using

Re: More bgpd problems

2012-05-30 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2012-05-29, Matt Hamilton ma...@netsight.co.uk wrote: Otto Moerbeek otto at drijf.net writes: On Tue, May 29, 2012 at 08:57:54AM +, Matt Hamilton wrote: Hi all, More bgpd problems last night :( This happened last night on two of our routers. One running an old version of

Re: spamd 250 messages

2012-05-30 Thread Jan Stary
On May 29 22:22:35, Otto Moerbeek wrote: On Tue, May 29, 2012 at 09:53:40PM +0200, Jan Stary wrote: It seems that during the SMTP dialogue, spamd says things like 250 Hello spammer, this is gonna hurt you and similar - but it also happens for hosts that are GREY at the time. Is that

Re: nsd name server generates high load during zone update on slave

2012-05-30 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2012-05-29, Imre Oolberg i...@auul.pri.ee wrote: Hi! Thank you very much for quick answer! Tried it on 5.1 stable in the spirit on applying bind patch i.e. saying # cd /usr/src # patch -p0 /usr/src/nsd.patch # cd usr.sbin/nsd # make -f Makefile.bsd-wrapper obj # make -f

Re: p5-Net-SSLeay or p5-Net_SSLeay

2012-05-30 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2012-05-29, P. Pruett ppru...@webengr.com wrote: Just an FYI for OpenBSD 5.1 If someone else runs into this... I just did cvs for stable 5.1 on a i386 that was updated on May 29,2012 ...and... I could not find the port p5-Net-SSLeay nor could some of the dependencies for spamasssassin...

Re: spamd 250 messages

2012-05-30 Thread Otto Moerbeek
On Wed, May 30, 2012 at 10:25:01AM +0200, Jan Stary wrote: On May 29 22:22:35, Otto Moerbeek wrote: On Tue, May 29, 2012 at 09:53:40PM +0200, Jan Stary wrote: It seems that during the SMTP dialogue, spamd says things like 250 Hello spammer, this is gonna hurt you and similar - but

Re: OpenBSD in April's issue of the CACM

2012-05-30 Thread ropers
Alternatively: KV sides with the corporate actor Using the process to encumber Or: KV sides with the corporate actor Killing the commons to encumber On 30 May 2012 09:36, ropers rop...@gmail.com wrote: With apologies for the we because I don't really speak for the OpenBSD project, but maybe

spamd nitpicking

2012-05-30 Thread Jan Stary
Being a happy new user of spamd and friends (thank you Bob!), I have a few nitpicking questions as I go through the manpages. (1) spamd whitelists a given host by _adding_ it as a whitelist entry; the original GREY entry is left there. Why is is kept around, now that the host is WHITE anyway?

Re: Acer 5552-7858 notebook dmesg

2012-05-30 Thread David Scott
I'm sorry but I do not know enough to answer your questions. I did not phrase my question well. What I would like to know is have you managed to get the laptop to sleep and wake up on closing and then opening the lid? Does this work when X11 is running? On 30 May 2012 03:59, Robert Connolly

Re: More bgpd problems

2012-05-30 Thread Matt Hamilton
James Shupe jshupe at hermetek.com writes: I've been running it to peer with 3 IPv4 peers and 3 IPv6 peers (full views) and another partial IPv4 view with 12k routes (actually: varying amounts of peers over the years, but that's the current setup) since 4.5 without needing any cron jobs to

Re: More bgpd problems

2012-05-30 Thread Patrick Lamaiziere
Le Wed, 30 May 2012 09:27:23 + (UTC), Matt Hamilton ma...@netsight.co.uk a icrit : Hello, I'd be very interested to see your ifstated config and how you use that to verify peers being up as we could do with some better monitoring here. Here we use bgpctl show summary terse with a grep on

Re: OpenBSD in April's issue of the CACM

2012-05-30 Thread Nomen Nescio
Unfortunately the A in ACM should really mean Academic instead of Association. The article you quoted is despicable and unbecoming of any serious publication/organization. Because of their academic bent, there is political correctness gone amok. But this went too far. It was mean- spirited,

Re: ACPI problems on a W500 thinkpad: software or hardware?

2012-05-30 Thread Rafael Sadowski
On Tue May 29, 2012 at 11:19:32PM -0400, STeve Andre' wrote: So... I just had my trusty Thinkpad W500 repaired, getting a new system board. Things seemed fine, till the machine shut down on me. It was graceful so the filesystems wern't dirty, but still wrong. Today, trying to compile the

Re: opensmtpd php_mail /usr/sbin/sendmail

2012-05-30 Thread lilit-aibolit
30.05.2012 10:23, Gilles Chehade P?P8QP5Q: You can configure opensmtpd to work with gmail relatively easily: /etc/mail/gmail-credentials.txt: mail.google.com user:password /etc/mail/smtpd.conf: map gmail source plain /etc/mail/gmail-credentials.txt accept

Re: OpenBSD in April's issue of the CACM

2012-05-30 Thread David Diggles
On Wed, May 30, 2012 at 12:10:34PM +0200, Nomen Nescio wrote: Unfortunately the A in ACM should really mean Academic instead of Association. Heh, I was going to say it reminds me of the efforts of the Unseen University, to eradicate Sourcery from the Discworld.

Re: spamd 250 messages

2012-05-30 Thread Jan Stary
On May 30 10:34:31, Otto Moerbeek wrote: On Wed, May 30, 2012 at 10:25:01AM +0200, Jan Stary wrote: On May 29 22:22:35, Otto Moerbeek wrote: On Tue, May 29, 2012 at 09:53:40PM +0200, Jan Stary wrote: It seems that during the SMTP dialogue, spamd says things like 250 Hello

Re: Tuning for pppoe over fibre 30M/1M link

2012-05-30 Thread David Diggles
On Tue, May 29, 2012 at 07:23:32PM +1000, David Diggles wrote: [ snip ] http://bincrow.net/test.log [ snip ] Interesting, this single post got http://bincrow.net added to the Websense blocklist. Category: This Websense category is filtered: Potentially Damaging Content. Sites in this

nonexistent tables in pf.conf

2012-05-30 Thread Jan Stary
It seems that pf will accept rules in pf.conf that refer to a nonexistent table. I came to know about his in a sadly laughable way, trying to figure out why pf redirects even the connections comming from smapd-white to spamd. Apparently, this gets treated as an empty table. This is on OpenBSD

Re: spamd 250 messages

2012-05-30 Thread Nick Holland
On 05/30/12 06:56, Jan Stary wrote: On May 30 10:34:31, Otto Moerbeek wrote: On Wed, May 30, 2012 at 10:25:01AM +0200, Jan Stary wrote: On May 29 22:22:35, Otto Moerbeek wrote: On Tue, May 29, 2012 at 09:53:40PM +0200, Jan Stary wrote: It seems that during the SMTP dialogue, spamd

Re: More bgpd problems

2012-05-30 Thread James Shupe
On 05/30/2012 04:27 AM, Matt Hamilton wrote: James Shupe jshupe at hermetek.com writes: I've been running it to peer with 3 IPv4 peers and 3 IPv6 peers (full views) and another partial IPv4 view with 12k routes (actually: varying amounts of peers over the years, but that's the current setup)

Re: OpenBSD in April's issue of the CACM

2012-05-30 Thread Simon Perreault
On 2012-05-29 19:40, Theo de Raadt wrote: http://www.freebsd.org/news/status/report-2011-10-2011-12.html#The-New-CARP Look at that last entry about talking to IANA! The entry in question is: 4. Work with IANA to get an official protocol number. gnn@ to handle. This shows ignorance about how

Re: ciss(4) write very slow w/o bbwc

2012-05-30 Thread csszep
Hi! I tested the performance w and w/o the patch. There is no difference. ciss0 at pci3 dev 3 function 0 Compaq Smart Array 64xx rev 0x01: apic 10 int 3 ciss0: 2 LDs, HW rev 1, FW 2.84/2.84, 64bit fifo scsibus0 at ciss0: 2 targets sd0 at scsibus0 targ 0 lun 0: HP, LOGICAL VOLUME, 2.84 SCSI2

Re: ACPI problems on a W500 thinkpad: software or hardware?

2012-05-30 Thread Benny Lofgren
On 2012-05-30 05.19, STeve Andre' wrote: May 29 19:15:36 paladin /bsd: acpithinkpad0: unknown event 0x6022 May 29 19:15:36 paladin /bsd: acpitz1: critical temperature exceeded 100C (3732K), shutting down It's probably no help to you, but 100B0 C is not 3732 K. It is however

Re: Large scale DNS anycast setup: OpenBSD performance issues

2012-05-30 Thread David Diggles
On Tue, May 29, 2012 at 01:44:51PM +0300, Kostas Zorbadelos wrote: Henning Brauer lists-open...@bsws.de writes: if it is really thread related and not sth small stupid - try it. For testing purposes, do you have pf turned off, or a 1 line pf.conf, like: pass ?

Re: ACPI problems on a W500 thinkpad: software or hardware?

2012-05-30 Thread Stefan Wollny
Gesendet: Mittwoch, 30. Mai 2012 um 05:19 Uhr Von: STeve Andre' and...@msu.edu An: OpenBSD Misc misc@openbsd.org Betreff: ACPI problems on a W500 thinkpad: software or hardware? So... I just had my trusty Thinkpad W500 repaired, getting a new system board. Things seemed fine, till the machine shut

syslog.conf program tags

2012-05-30 Thread Jan Stary
On my 5.1-current, the syslog.conf(5) manpage says: If a received message matches the specified facility and is of the specified level (or a higher level), and the first word in the message after the date matches the program, the action specified in the action ^^

Re: OpenBSD in April's issue of the CACM

2012-05-30 Thread Peter Laufenberg
Ad hominem attacks on people they obviously know nothing about Actually it's this kind of slander that brought me to OpenBSD. While looking for an OS that didn't embrace Trusted Computing, I came across Theo's wikipedia entry which pounded on him so extensively that it raised a flag. Extra

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Re: spamd 250 messages

2012-05-30 Thread Kurt Mosiejczuk
Jan Stary wrote: On May 29 22:22:35, Otto Moerbeek wrote: Yes. Until the host is marked WHITE spamd will handle the connection attempts from that host. Yes, that's understood. But why does spamd talk like that even on the very first connection attempt? (Not that it hurts the greylisting

Re: spamd nitpicking

2012-05-30 Thread Kurt Mosiejczuk
Jan Stary wrote: Being a happy new user of spamd and friends (thank you Bob!), I have a few nitpicking questions as I go through the manpages. (1) spamd whitelists a given host by _adding_ it as a whitelist entry; the original GREY entry is left there. Why is is kept around, now that the

Re: nonexistent tables in pf.conf

2012-05-30 Thread Michel Blais
And what should happen when you delete a table ? PF should stop because there a rule that use that table ? No, it should only don't match anymore. Ruleset must load even if the're nonexistent tables for several reason like tables are deleted if empty, etc. Le 2012-05-30 07:05, Jan Stary a

Re: nonexistent tables in pf.conf

2012-05-30 Thread Jan Stary
Le 2012-05-30 07:05, Jan Stary a icrit : It seems that pf will accept rules in pf.conf that refer to a nonexistenttable. I came to know about his in a sadly laughable way, trying to figure out why pf redirects even the connections comming fromsmapd-white to spamd. Apparently, this gets

Re: nonexistent tables in pf.conf

2012-05-30 Thread Theo de Raadt
There is a difference between an empty table and a nonexistent table, and there is a difference between a table not existing at load time and table being deleted. Since you have such firm opinions, perhaps you should write your own packet filter.

Re: nonexistent tables in pf.conf

2012-05-30 Thread Tony Abernethy
Jan Stary wrote: There is a difference between an empty table and a nonexistent table, and there is a difference between a table not existing at load time and table being deleted. Exactly what difference in behavior is expected? This seems too much like NULL pointer exceptions in Java, where the

Re: nonexistent tables in pf.conf

2012-05-30 Thread Jan Stary
On May 30 12:14:22, Theo de Raadt wrote: There is a difference between an empty table and a nonexistent table, and there is a difference between a table not existing at load time and table being deleted. Since you have such firm opinions, perhaps you should write your own packet filter.

Re: nonexistent tables in pf.conf

2012-05-30 Thread Jan Stary
On May 30 14:29:01, Tony Abernethy wrote: Jan Stary wrote: There is a difference between an empty table and a nonexistent table, and there is a difference between a table not existing at load time and table being deleted. Exactly what difference in behavior is expected? If a table does not

Re: nonexistent tables in pf.conf

2012-05-30 Thread Theo de Raadt
On May 30 12:14:22, Theo de Raadt wrote: There is a difference between an empty table and a nonexistent table, and there is a difference between a table not existing at load time and table being deleted. Since you have such firm opinions, perhaps you should write your own packet

Re: Plan 9 to OpenBSD (Was Re: OpenBSD in April's issue of the CACM)

2012-05-30 Thread Peter Laufenberg
I'm not sure what you mean by social but Plan 9 development from Bell is pretty slow/opaque and the rest of the community scattered and headless. I don't care for Inferno and Rob Pike unfortunately took a job at Google (why Rob, why??:-). Plan 9's file paradigm is great but their 3-button mouse

realtek 8188ce not configured

2012-05-30 Thread patrick keshishian
Hi misc@, Lenovo won't let me replace the Realtek 8188CE mini-pci card that came with it with another. The hardware refuses to boot with an unauthorized network card detected or somesuch error (brilliant!). What are the chances of getting this card working with obsd? :) --patrick OpenBSD

Re: AMD Zacate E350 (ASUS E35M1-M) dmesg/experiences?

2012-05-30 Thread Manolis Tzanidakis
I'm answering to myself here.. I finally got this motherboard and it's been running some services 24/7 for a week now, without problems. With 5.1-RELEASE. It's no server board (non-ECC ram, no IPMI, re(4) ) but I highly recommend it for cheap silent/low-power systems. A bit faster than Atoms,

Re: realtek 8188ce not configured

2012-05-30 Thread Fred Crowson
On 30 May 2012 21:45, patrick keshishian pkesh...@gmail.com wrote: Hi misc@, Lenovo won't let me replace the Realtek 8188CE mini-pci card that came with it with another. The hardware refuses to boot with an unauthorized network card detected or somesuch error (brilliant!). What are the

Re: realtek 8188ce not configured

2012-05-30 Thread patrick keshishian
On Wed, May 30, 2012 at 2:52 PM, Fred Crowson fred.crow...@gmail.com wrote: On 30 May 2012 21:45, patrick keshishian pkesh...@gmail.com wrote: Hi misc@, Lenovo won't let me replace the Realtek 8188CE mini-pci card that came with it with another. The hardware refuses to boot with an

Re: realtek 8188ce not configured

2012-05-30 Thread Theo de Raadt
On Wed, May 30, 2012 at 2:52 PM, Fred Crowson fred.crow...@gmail.com wrote: On 30 May 2012 21:45, patrick keshishian pkesh...@gmail.com wrote: Hi misc@, Lenovo won't let me replace the Realtek 8188CE mini-pci card that came with it with another. The hardware refuses to boot with an

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Re: realtek 8188ce not configured

2012-05-30 Thread Peter Laufenberg
Lenovo won't let me replace the Realtek 8188CE mini-pci card that came with it with another. The hardware refuses to boot with an unauthorized network card detected or somesuch error (brilliant!). What are the chances of getting this card working with obsd? :) bios-mods.com has high-wire patches

Re: realtek 8188ce not configured

2012-05-30 Thread Theo de Raadt
Lenovo won't let me replace the Realtek 8188CE mini-pci card that came with it with another. The hardware refuses to boot with an unauthorized network card detected or somesuch error (brilliant!). What are the chances of getting this card working with obsd? :) bios-mods.com has high-wire

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2012-05-30 Thread Paulina Santiago M.
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(Kinda O.T.) Digital Millennium Copyright Act used to censor hardware specifications

2012-05-30 Thread Brett
Hi misc, While looking up motherboard connections on https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peripheral_Component_Interconnect I found this ominous notice: === Pursuant to a rights owner notice under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), the Wikimedia Foundation acted under the law and took down

Idea for apmd

2012-05-30 Thread Juan Francisco Cantero Hurtado
Hi. I've been using OpenBSD on my netbook daily for a few months. I was using apmd with the -C setting. My netbook is slow and the battery life is important, so 800Mhz (apmd -C) or 1600Mhz (apm -A) is not a big difference for me. Now I have a desktop computer with support for cpu speed scaling.

Re: Acer 5552-7858 notebook dmesg

2012-05-30 Thread Robert Connolly
Yes, 'zzz' works smoothly, while running X, and closing the lid also suspends the system. It seems to suspend to RAM since it only takes a second or two. The system reports that the webcam/video, usb, and scsibus detached during suspend, and then return after resume. On Wed, May 30, 2012 at 2:04

Laptop lid closing script

2012-05-30 Thread Robert Connolly
Hello. Is there any way to configure an ACPI event, such as closing the lid of a laptop, to run a script, like 'apm -C' and screensaver? apm(8) and sensorsd(8) don't seem to do anything like this. Thanks Robert

Re: Laptop lid closing script

2012-05-30 Thread Philip Guenther
On Wed, May 30, 2012 at 8:15 PM, Robert Connolly robertconnolly1...@gmail.com wrote: Is there any way to configure an ACPI event, such as closing the lid of a laptop, to run a script, like 'apm -C' and screensaver? apm(8) and sensorsd(8) don't seem to do anything like this. acpibtn(4) doesn't

Re: Laptop lid closing script

2012-05-30 Thread Jan Stary
On May 30 20:15:42, Robert Connolly wrote: Hello. Is there any way to configure an ACPI event, such as closing the lid of a laptop, to run a script, like 'apm -C' and screensaver? apm(8) and sensorsd(8) don't seem to do anything like this. Not exactly hooked to a lid close but to a suspend