Re: Raspberry Pi 4 Model B

2021-09-24 Thread Andrew Klaus
Have you read the Raspberry Pi instructions from ? What does your UART output show after it boots? Andrew On Fri, Sep 24, 2021 at 2:45 PM Joseph Olatt wrote: > Hi, > > I'm trying to load OpenBSD on a Raspberry Pi 4 Model B and I'm

Re: native wireguard + nat

2021-03-04 Thread Andrew Klaus
Please provide your whole pf.conf file and ifconfig output. It's difficult to help with only a small subset of the configuration. There are PF macros referenced, but they weren't included either. On Thu, Mar 4, 2021 at 10:53 AM Riccardo Giuntoli wrote: > root@ganesha:/etc# cat pf.conf | grep

Re: USB 3.0 flash drive not functional

2020-05-13 Thread Andrew Klaus
, and is bypassed: 222: if (error == 0) { 223: printf("%s: %lluMB, %u bytes/sector, %llu sectors", ... This explains why I'm not seeing seeing the "bytes/sector" output. On Tue, May 12, 2020 at 10:15 PM Andrew Klaus wrote: > > I recently tried using a USB Flash Drive (64

USB 3.0 flash drive not functional

2020-05-12 Thread Andrew Klaus
I recently tried using a USB Flash Drive (64GB Capacity) under OpenBSD 6.7 on both amd64 and arm64. It's detected as a umass0 device, but won't display the disksize/sector line in dmesg and is not available for me to use as a drive. This drive does work on other operating systems, so I know the

pflow version 10 not set on boot

2019-07-11 Thread Andrew Klaus
I noticed that my pflow device keeps rebooting with Netflow version 5, despite "pflowproto 10" being set in /etc/hostname.pflow0. I'm running OpenBSD 6.5 with the latest patches. ifconfig: pflow0: flags=41 mtu 1448 index 9 priority 0 llprio 3 pflow: sender: [] receiver: []:2055 version: 5 groups:

syspatch(8) and patches requiring fw_update

2019-06-03 Thread Andrew Klaus
In the latest mds errata patch, I noticed that one of the steps is to run fw_update. From briefly looking over the syspatch script, I don't see it calling fw_update once a patch is applied. Would you welcome a diff to add support for this? If so I can look at writing one. It would check

Re: This is what Linus Torvalds calls openBSD crowd

2008-07-17 Thread Andrew Klaus
Umm.. Well if the OS is properly documented, why would you need to ask the question in the first place? It's one thing to read things for yourself throroughly, and another to just take some answer given to you. I'm sure the people saying RTFM would tell you to do that unless it wasn't actuall in