First, I'd like to say to say thank you to the developers for
sysupgrade(8). As a hobbyist with limited time and energy, anything
that reduces the pain of keeping software up-to-date is always going
to be a boon for security (in the sense that I'm more likely to find
the time to do an
> Interesting. Wonder how common this is.
It could possibly come back in some future bios update bug/change as well
but very very rarely I would expect. This problem showed up for me in a
different way as well; My clock would always drift and ntpd would report
that it was always
> On Jul 13, 2020, at 6:58 AM, Alfred Morgan wrote:
> Brian wrote:
> > (echo boot /bsd.upgrade; echo boot) > /etc/boot.conf
> Brian, that doesn't work. I tried that already before. It seems to stop at
> the error not finding bsd.upgrade and won't continue.
> Aaron Mason writes:
> > What are you looking for in such a service?
> Minimally, SSH login, 100GB disk space, and build tools
On Sat, Jul 11, 2020 at 07:38:58PM +0200, Caspar Schutijser wrote:
> > > [501037.408] _XSERVTransSocketUNIXAccept: accept() failed
> > > ...
> This message may be of interest:
I must have missed that message - thanks for pointing it
that's aweseome! Thanks!
On 16.07.20 15:43, Ben Jahmine wrote:
>> Is there somewhere to get higher resolution OpenBSD artwork?
>> I see the stuff on the website, and it's great, but on my 8k screen it's
>> kind of like a postage stamp in the middle.
>> Do higher Res copies exist
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On Wednesday, July 15, 2020 12:49 PM, Theo Buehler wrote:
> One server had an incorrect config. This should be fixed now.
Thanks for your notification, so I didn't go mad ;) I can confirm, it works
like a charm. Thanks again for fixing!
> Is there somewhere to get higher resolution OpenBSD artwork?
> I see the stuff on the website, and it's great, but on my 8k screen it's
> kind of like a postage stamp in the middle.
> Do higher Res copies exist somewhere? Can they be made available?
Scale to your needs.
On Thu, 16 Jul 2020 at 02:56, Wesley wrote:
> Ibsen S Ripsbusker wrote:
> > Are there services that sell managed OpenBSD shell accounts?
> > I mean a service similar to sdf.org.
> Try google with keywords "online unix terminal for shell scripting", you
> will find a lot results.
If you connect to IRC on irc.ircnow.org and join #ircnow, we offer free openbsd
shell accounts. Our web page is at https://ircnow.org.
On Thu, Jul 16, 2020 at 01:51:44AM +, Ibsen S Ripsbusker wrote:
> Are there services that sell managed OpenBSD shell accounts?
> I mean a
Am 10.07.2020 23:30, schrieb Demi M. Obenour:
For me, OpenBSD boots fine in HVM mode (with an I/O emulator).
I have not tried PVH mode and would not expect it to work. PV mode
definitely won’t work, and should be avoided anyway for both security
and performance reasons.
Is HVM mode
I'm testing an athn(4) wireless adapter (Qualcomm Atheros AR9280) in
"Host AP" mode on OpenBSD 6.7 (amd64). While trying the hidenwid flag,
I discovered that the ESSID is sent in responses to unspecified probe
requests. This can be seen by capturing packets on another machine with
On Thu, Jul 16, 2020 at 11:10:58AM +0200, Stefan Sperling wrote:
> Line 1927 of
> This code runs before a response is generated for a probe request and it
> should ensure that a probe request is only
Is there somewhere to get higher resolution OpenBSD artwork?
I see the stuff on the website, and it's great, but on my 8k screen it's
kind of like a postage stamp in the middle.
Do higher Res copies exist somewhere? Can they be made available?
On Thu, Jul 16, 2020 at 06:19:40AM +, Mogens Jensen wrote:
> I'm not trying to start a discussion on whether hiding the ESSID is
> ridiculous or not, I'm just testing different things, so I know which
> features work and which don't.
Thanks for digging into this. Since there are no automated
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