Stallman's moral arguments are compelling. Theo's moral arguments are
There is more Unix tradition in OpenBSD than there is in any modern Posix
compliant system, where most projects change their interface needlessly,
OpenBSD is a classic where much documentation is in effect timeless.
On Wed, Aug 28, 2019 at 7:45 AM Mohamed salah
> I wanna put something in discussion, what's your motivational to use
The vastly superior mascot and soundtrack.
i would like to confgiure my obsd server as a web server.
I would like to configure my web server to handle multiple domains
without having to set each domain one by one.
Every request for www.x.com is mapped into the root directory
Got the idea ? If
Anyone running OBSD on DELL 840 server?
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For what it may be worth, I found xfce very usable and clean, even for someone
used to Windows 7 (my wife and some others required very little or no help, as
far as the GUI goes anyway). More recently, I took the time to learn about
tmux and fvwm and to customize their configs to my tastes,
Sebastian Benoit(benoit-li...@fb12.de) on 2019.09.01 16:44:37 +0200:
> Muhammad Kaisar Arkhan(h...@yukiisbo.red) on 2019.08.29 14:55:03 +0200:
> > Hi Tom,
> > > listen on 2a03:6000:9106::50f7:f07a:d1cc port 443 tls
> > I've tried this before, it just results in this:
Muhammad Kaisar Arkhan(h...@yukiisbo.red) on 2019.08.29 14:55:03 +0200:
> Hi Tom,
> > listen on 2a03:6000:9106::50f7:f07a:d1cc port 443 tls
> I've tried this before, it just results in this:
> /etc/relayd.conf:33: cannot load certificates for relay https2:443
Your error says "for relay
I had assumed I would be able to use the existing pf.conf (which has worked for
years) even after the introduction of the
vlan2 interface as the pppoe0 parent. To get anything to work I had to remove
all queueing references.
BTW, I am running 6.5:
# uname -a
OpenBSD malkmus.xx.xx 6.5
> On xxx.xxx Sep 2019, at 12:33 am, Stuart Henderson
> On 2019-08-30, Felix Hanley wrote:
>> Hello all,
>> My home internet connection (Internode Australia) has recently been
>> "upgraded" and is now delivered via vlan ID 2. Previously had the
>> following configuration which
I'm a "linux guy" who wants a little bit more security...
I'm still learning openBSD, but I like the project's idea to build software
with security in mind.Also, PF seems pretty good and I'm willing to learn it
and if possible to deploy a CARP-ed cluster.
Sadly, I am still hesitant to try the
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