Re: Relayd cannot load keypair

2021-02-28 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
port that the relay listens on. If these files are not present, the relay will continue to look in /etc/ssl/private/name.key and /etc/ssl/name.crt. So you need to tell acme-client to generate a fullchain certificate simply called name:port.crt, not name:port.fullchain.crt. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: relayd, ipv6, and tls keypair names

2021-02-27 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Pv6 in the same relay block. This might be a bug although I suppose it could be intentional (I've never found relayd's configuration very intuitive). -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: [net/rtorrent] no manual page (manpage) for rtorrent.

2021-02-15 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
sylvain.sab...@free.fr writes: > Ever since I've used this software, which must get > back to 6.4 or so, the manual page has been missing. The manpage was removed years ago by upstream. Sad but true. The current documentation for rtorrent is only accessible as a wiki:

Re: phonetics on OpenBSD: IPA transcription

2021-01-08 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
nal and cover those characters. The Doulos and Charis fonts you mentioned are also in ports. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: Content-Security-Policy makes page render differently

2020-12-18 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Paul Pace writes: > When I load a page from OpenBSD served with relayd and httpd with > Content-Security-Policy set to default-src self, I can see that a basic > HTML page that normally renders with all of the text in the center is > now rendered on the left. > > I have this currently configured

Re: relayd: Why doesn't "tls keypair" look for the fullchain certificate?

2020-04-30 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Chad Hoolie writes: > Why does "tls keypair" in relayd.conf look for the regular and not the > fullchain certificate? Certificate filenames are defined by your acme-client.conf. > Thus, forcing users who want an A+ certificate to spend hours > searching the web for this hack? > > cd /etc/ssl >

Re: user-agent spoofing info; working around site "requirements"

2020-04-11 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Bryan Stenson writes: > Given: > - the bank has a HTTP interface > - the bank "requires" a specific browser/version > - the bank "requires" a specific set of closed-source operating systems > - OpenBSD ships recent browsers (chromium, firefox, etc) > > Problem: > When logging into said financial

Re: Kernel Panics with rtorrent

2020-01-22 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
og timeouts on re(4) I switched to different networking hardware. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: netsurf-fb fails on framebuffer console

2019-12-25 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
s. Both of them require X. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: [PATCH] links update for www/openiked/papers.html

2019-12-03 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Alex Naumov writes: > Hey, > yet another patch for www. Thanks. Your mail client wrapped long lines though, corrupting the patch. I had to apply it by hand. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: [PATCH] link fix for www/openiked/index.html

2019-11-25 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Alex Naumov writes: > here is a small fix for www/openiked/index.html Committed, thanks.

Re: Is there an easier way to browse ports?

2019-11-07 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Adam Thompson writes: > openports.se Generated by scraping, and thus often incomplete. Taking a look, it's missing many of my recent commits, and even entire ports. > ports.su Extremely out of date. "These pages were generated 2018-11-21T13Z"...

Re: relayd reverse proxy with TLS to multiple servers

2019-09-29 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
confident the certificate has a valid hostname. For a simpler test, try ftp(1), which will fail if the certificate hostname doesn't match the domain visited: $ ftp -o - https://wrong.host.badssl.com/ Trying 104.154.89.105... Requesting https://wrong.host.badssl.com/ ftp: SSL write error: name `

Re: Transparent 301-to-https redirection with relayd

2019-06-19 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
block request > pass tagged "HOST_OK" > } That blocks every host not in the list, whereas I want to pass every unlisted host through unmolested. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Transparent 301-to-https redirection with relayd

2019-06-19 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
further doesn't seem to get me anywhere closer to redirecting only whitelisted domains. I must be missing something, but what? -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: Malloc config became global sysctl in 6.5

2019-04-26 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
k then, when both /etc/malloc.conf and MALLOC_OPTIONS were set, which did a program prefer? -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: Malloc config became global sysctl in 6.5

2019-04-26 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
didn't check the manpage. Upon the first call to the malloc() family of functions, an initialization sequence inspects the value of the vm.malloc_conf sysctl(2), next checks the environment for a variable called MALLOC_OPTIONS, and finally looks at the global variable malloc_options

Re: Substitute mandoc for tlb command

2019-02-08 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Артур Истомин writes: > I need t command to accomplish example from "The AWK Programming Language" > book. > Is it possible somehow substitute it with mandoc? Yes, simply substitute mandoc for tbl and the examples in the book will work. Just make sure to render the output in a large terminal to

Re: amd64 cc error unknown argument '-msave-args'

2019-02-04 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
ost-6.4 checkout? That seems an impossible task, one that would take time away from other development efforts. Once again, the alternative is simple and well documented: build -stable from -stable, build -current from snaps. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: ports/devel/pygame make install error

2018-12-26 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
shadrock uhuru writes: > hi everyone > > i have openbsd 6.4 release installed > > when i try to make install  ports/devel/pygame i get an error stating > > create /usr/ports/packages/amd64/all/py-game-1.9.3.tgz > error: Libraries in packing-list in the port tree > and libraries from installed

Re: phonetic alphabet on OpenBSD

2018-10-14 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
asting is so painful that custom compose sequences must be more convenient than that. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: wifi gui manager

2018-08-22 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Consus writes: > On 18:07 Tue 21 Aug, Stuart Henderson wrote: > > On 2018-08-21, Consus wrote: > > > On 15:05 Tue 21 Aug, Stuart Henderson wrote: > > >> > Also what's wrong with gitlab/github? > > >> > > >> They encourage devs to be lazy and not produce proper stable release ass > ets. > > >>

Re: Let's Encrypt Error with cgit, httpd, acme-client

2018-08-21 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
he...@ezaquarii.com writes: > On 21/08/2018 20:46, Parikh, Samir wrote:> # cgit CGI > > root "/cgi-bin/cgit.cgi" > > fastcgi socket "/run/slowcgi.sock" > > location "/.well-known/acme-challenge/*" { > > root { "/acme", strip 2 } > > } > > } > > Do you have

Re: Let's Encrypt Error with cgit, httpd, acme-client

2018-08-21 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Hi Samir, Parikh, Samir writes: > I am running cgit to host my git repositories on OpenBSD 6.3 and am > trying enable https using Let's Encrypt. I run cgit as well (with the same httpd.conf, acme-client.conf, file permissions, etc), and have no trouble creating and renewing certs. Do you see

Re: nvi and unicode

2018-07-13 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Thuban writes: > Default vi (nvi) in OpenBSD doesn't handle correctly most of UTF-8 > sings such as "é", "à" or so. One need to install nvi package to do so. > Is it planned to replace the vi binary in the future? > Is there any reason I can't think to keep this vi version? nvi2's main deficiency

Re: re0: watchdog timeout on recent current

2018-05-01 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Gregory Edigarov writes: > Hello everybody, > > ok, so here is the symptoms. the thing happens usually during the high > traffic, like when I am trying to watch video on a tv, which is > connected to my home server/router on re0 (it is the local interface). > > the video freezes immediately.

Re: [Patch] remove xdm reference from X(7)

2018-03-14 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
o X updates. Improvements to OpenBSD-maintained docs like cwm(1) and xenodm(1) are welcome though. > I also found that the first line of the file is a comment with a > character 't' alone. Manpages often do that as a marker to run the tbl preprocessor (similarly with 'e' for eqn, and so on). -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: Flatbed scanner that works well with OpenBSD?

2018-01-19 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Base Pr1me writes: > Did you give your userland user/group permissions to use the uhub/ugen > device? Of course; without that I wasn't able to detect the scanner in the first place. > On Fri, Jan 19, 2018 at 9:59 AM, Anthony J. Bentley <anth...@anjbe.name> > wrote: > &g

Re: Flatbed scanner that works well with OpenBSD?

2018-01-19 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Bryan Linton writes: > Hello misc@ > > I'm currently looking to purchase a scanner that works well with OpenBSD. > > I'm aware of the list provided at: > > http://www.sane-project.org/sane-mfgs.html > > but I recently purchased (and returned) a scanner that was listed as being > fully

Re: identifying software and licenses used in base install

2018-01-18 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
cho...@jtan.com writes: > "Theo de Raadt" writes: > > > Is there, by chance, such a breakdown available for these already? > > > > > No. We did our best. > > To be fair, these statements are potentially contradictory. If you > (plural) only "did your best" (and what more could have been done?) >

Re: xterm(1) changing UTF-8 characters when copy-pasting?

2017-12-01 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Ingo Schwarze writes: > Hi, > > Anthony J. Bentley wrote on Fri, Dec 01, 2017 at 08:18:59AM -0700: > > Philippe Meunier writes: > > >> - In addition, when the precompose resource is set to false and TrueType > >> fonts are used, the result of printf

Re: xterm(1) changing UTF-8 characters when copy-pasting?

2017-12-01 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Philippe Meunier writes: > - When the precompose resource is set to false, copy-pasting the result of > printf "e\xcc\x81\n" never works correctly in xterm, regardless of > whether I use TrueType fonts or not. xterm copy-pastes the correct > sequence of bytes but that sequence is not

Re: xterm(1) changing UTF-8 characters when copy-pasting?

2017-12-01 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Ingo Schwarze writes: > >> +*precompose: false > > > Sure. > > On a more serious note, i'll commit that tomorrow then > based on OK bentley@ unless somebody can point out a downside. Please update the OPENBSD SPECIFICS section of the manual as well. > Hum, i don't doubt your analysis. But now i

Re: xterm(1) changing UTF-8 characters when copy-pasting?

2017-11-30 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
edium-r-normal--20-200-75-75-c-100-iso10646-1 These are already the default according to appres(1). -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: xterm(1) changing UTF-8 characters when copy-pasting?

2017-11-30 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Philippe Meunier writes: > The strange part is that, when I copy the first filename and paste > it to become the second filename, the second filename is shown without > any accent, even though the first and second filenames are now the exact > same sequence of bytes (I checked using od(1)). So on

Re: xterm(1) changing UTF-8 characters when copy-pasting?

2017-11-29 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
e. The only unexpected thing here is xterm doing these transformations without asking. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: Xbox 360 controller emulators/snes9x hangs at startup

2017-09-22 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Nam Nguyen writes: > After further research, this commit[1][2] may explain what is going on. > > > Remove SIGIO support. Base tools do not implement it and ports relying > > on libusbhid, generally via SDL, shouldn't do it either since it's not > > portable. > > If I understand correctly, I

Re: Mupen64plus dumps core on Intel(R) 945GME x86/MMX/SSE2 (OpenBSD 6.1-current)

2017-05-06 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
4mk2, which is more actively developed by upstream (although they haven't made it the default for some reason). The codebase is different, so it may or may not hit the same problem. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: Android device detach/attach loop

2017-01-02 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Adam Van Ymeren writes: > I was attempting to to use android's adb toolbut when I enable usb > debugging on my phoneit appears to repeatedly detach/reattach the device. > > Anyone experience this before or have any advice on how to debug this? ... > Jan 2 15:12:30 adam-laptop /bsd: ugen2 at

Re: LibreSSL on old OpenBSD

2016-08-12 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Roderick writes: > > Or what, do you think that guenther's commits to our headers are meant > > to make them worse? > > If guenthers commits to your headers made you better or worse, was not > the question. So what was your question? You make a roundabout email about libressl and endian.h and

Re: LibreSSL on old OpenBSD

2016-08-12 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Roderick writes: > I know, you will complain, because I mention here that I still use > OpenBSD 4.8 in a machine. Then why do you ask? Do you think people will happily take time to help you debug problems on a system that has been *explicitly* unsupported for the past five years? > In file

Re: letsencrypt && https && openbsd.org = https://www.openbsd.org/

2015-12-11 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
"Constantine A. Murenin" writes: > On 8 December 2015 at 19:26, Anthony J. Bentley <anth...@anjbe.name> wrote: > > Giancarlo Razzolini writes: > >> One of the main benefits of the TLS wouldn't only be to render > >> impossible for anyone to kn

Re: letsencrypt && https && openbsd.org = https://www.openbsd.org/

2015-12-11 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Kevin Chadwick writes: > What is your problem with it, there are many VPN services promoted > precisely for this issue as it completely rather than partially stops > ISP's monitoring traffic like TalkTalks homesafe service that is > likely hackable itself. Why encrypt anything? Just run it

Re: letsencrypt && https && openbsd.org = https://www.openbsd.org/

2015-12-09 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Kevin Chadwick writes: > The cvs page fingerprint page could be https enabled, however you can > use googles cache over https, also buy a CD to help the project greatly > would do far more for world security than TLS everywhere and even look > at mailing list archives over https as a web of trust.

Re: letsencrypt && https && openbsd.org = https://www.openbsd.org/

2015-12-08 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Giancarlo Razzolini writes: > One of the main benefits of the TLS wouldn't only be to render > impossible for anyone to know which pages you're accessing on the site, > but also the fact that we would get a little more security getting the > SSH fingerprints for the anoncvs servers. Having them in

Re: Is it possible to use pledge(2) to make something similar to firejail?

2015-11-29 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
set of potential Firefox exploits right away with nothing but Unix filesystem permissions. http://lists.dragonflybsd.org/pipermail/users/2015-August/228324.html -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: Question about quotation rules

2015-09-11 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
and in troff's PDF output. Everywhere else (such as the xterm and firefox defaults) has displayed this unbalanced for years. " looks better and is easier to type. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: /etc/pkg.conf when installing from snapshots

2015-08-10 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Joel Rees writes: Is it unusual/unreasonable to install, not update, from a snapshot bsd.rd? If installing from a snapshot bsd.rd is not too unreasonable, does everyone doing that edit /etc/pkg.conf by hand to point to the local mirror's snapshots before re-booting, to pick up the firmware

watchdog timeouts on re(4) Realtek 8168

2015-07-15 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Hi, I recently built a new machine. Occasionally (meaning a couple of times a day), the network dies in the following fashion: First, the system slows down (mouse becomes jerky and unresponsive). Shortly after, dmesg prints: Jul 15 20:38:23 cathet re0: watchdog timeout Once the watchdog

Re: usbhidctl(1) and usbhidaction(1)

2015-05-28 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
outputs.master.mute=off Consumer:Volume_Decrement 1 mixerctl outputs.master=-8 mixerctl outputs.master.mute=off Consumer:Mute 1 mixerctl outputs.master.mute=toggle -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: null checks before free()

2014-12-14 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
to free? Double free is absolutely unsafe. Null checks are unnecessary. I *think* you're assuming that freeing a pointer sets it to null. This is not the case. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: ffs and utf8

2014-12-03 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
aliased according to the current locale. For instance, the user's music directory was shown as 「音楽」 when the locale was set to ja_JP.UTF-8. IMO this is totally crazy behavior and unrelated to the Unicode issue. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: ffs and utf8

2014-12-03 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
handle those restrictions? If not optimally, then how can they be made better? If it already handles them with aplomb, then is it applicable to the above scenarios? -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: ffs and utf8

2014-12-01 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
advocating doing that in OpenBSD). Spaces are bad enough. How many shell scripts handle *newlines* correctly? What about VT100 escape sequences? This whole thing is a security nightmare already. I happily use UTF-8 filenames on OpenBSD, and have done so for years. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: ffs and utf8

2014-12-01 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
? Yes, these have been possible in Unix since time immemorial. And the fact that to this day there's no way for me to sanitize them terrifies me. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: recommended input methods?

2014-10-14 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
needs a true IME. yasuoka@ has suggested uim/anthy in the past (http://yasuoka.net/~yasuoka/openbsd-desktop.html), and I haven't seen anyone suggest an alternate method for Japanese input. It beats typing romaji into Google Translate. -- Anthony J. Bentley

X200 tablet doesn't work

2014-07-13 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
I have a Lenovo X200 Tablet. The tablet and stylus work fine under Xubuntu but seem to have no effect under OpenBSD. I know a few people with working tablets apparently out of the box, so something seems wrong? dmesg and Xorg.0.log below... OpenBSD 5.5-current (GENERIC.MP) #247: Sun Jul 6

Re: X200 tablet doesn't work

2014-07-13 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
On 7/13/14, Anthony J. Bentley anth...@cathet.us wrote: [92.254] (--) checkDevMem: using aperture driver /dev/xf86 [92.281] (--) Using wscons driver on /dev/ttyC4 in pcvt compatibility mode (version 3.32) [92.353] X.Org X Server 1.15.1 Release Date: 2014-04-13 [92.353] X

Re: ksh (vi mode): discard line after editing with fc?

2014-04-22 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
as ksh here, it might be difficult to justify changing it. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: OpenBSD site SSL

2013-10-11 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
John Darrah writes: Hi. Would it be possible to get SSL on the OpenBSD website(s)? It would be just a couple lines to change in nginx.conf/httpd.conf. SSL certificates are free from Startcom and cheap from other vendors. It would be really nice to have, even if it's not the default. I feel

Re: mailx : mime handling?

2013-09-28 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
-nail, yes, it is BSD-licensed. cd /usr/ports/mail/s-nail make extract then look at the individual source files under WRKOBJDIR. Of course, there are several small bits (MD5, etc) that are external contributions. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: update my box and Cinnamon avaible

2013-09-22 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
, that fulfill the same purpose but make use of the infrastructure to do a better job. http://ports.su/ is based on this. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: Man page that explains the file format of man pages?

2013-08-12 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
the advantage of being a semantic format, unlike the old man language where the commands mostly change only the presentation. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: Seeking GUI refuge

2013-05-27 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Hi Patrick, Patrick Mc(avery writes: Hi Jan I just tried the fvwm from my linux distro repos. It's pretty nice. I could always compile the GPL version from source on OpenBSD, i will give it a shot. You don't need to compile from source to use the newer fvwm. Just install the fvwm2

Re: up/down in pdksh-history with set -o vi

2013-04-11 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Stefan Olsson writes: Hello, I suspect my problem is not entirely OpenBSD-related but more to do with pdksh and keybindings. I usually do set -o vi in my .profile. In bash on OS/X it then works to go up and down in history with both j+k or up+down-keys. If I ssh to a OpenBSD host from my

Re: Strange ksh history behaviour

2013-01-07 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Stefan Sperling writes: On Mon, Jan 07, 2013 at 02:09:01PM +0100, Lars von den Driesch wrote: However, I like vim and as soon as I set the EDITOR env variable to it the arrow up/down functionality is gone. In fact even if EDITOR is set with export EDITOR= the functionality is gone. Commands

Re: BSD licensed gnupg replacement question

2012-12-11 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Reyk Floeter writes: On Thu, Dec 6, 2012 at 8:36 PM, Dustin Fechner d...@hush.com wrote: On 12/06/2012 08:10 PM, Maximo Pech wrote: that there isn't a single production ready, gnupg-like, BSD licensed tool out there (I don't have the skills and time to program one myself). NetBSD has

Re: Bitcoin client for OpenBSD?

2012-10-15 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Anonymous writes: Is there a bitcoin client for OpenBSD or is anyone porting one? pstumpf@ posted one to ports@ a few months back: http://marc.info/?l=openbsd-portsm=133804045927036w=2 Haven't heard of any updates since then.

Re: OpenBSD 5.1 Raid 10

2012-10-14 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Matt Morrow writes: I cannot find anything anywhere to indicate whether softraid supports raid 10, and if so, how it is done. Can anyone shed any light? I'm working with 4 disks. I want to stripe the first 2, and mirror on the second set. The softraid(4) man page lists which softraid

Re: !!!!

2012-09-06 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Jérémie Courrèges-Anglas writes: Kevin Chadwick ma1l1i...@yahoo.co.uk writes: [...] Another issue may be that isn't gpg GNU/GPL and can't be in base. That's only a detail regarding the whole problem, but there is netpgp[1], for which there is no port yet. [1]

Re: Signatures for distribution sets and packages?

2012-09-05 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
/sparc/all/tcl-8.4.7.tgz -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: man page contents [was: Re: C******.org]

2012-07-27 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Eric Oyen writes: h. that may be another method of viewing a man page, converting it to a text based PDF. that is something to consider. mandoc supports PDF output as well. For example, with the following command: mandoc -Tpdf /usr/share/man/man1/ls.1 /tmp/ls.pdf

Re: mojibake

2012-07-01 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
tags. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: mojibake

2012-07-01 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
was limiting the options to those that can be easily mirrored. All of those are basically server-agnostic; yours is not. And I can't imagine a situation when you'd ever want to do that anyway--sticking to one encoding is much simpler and saner. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: OpenBSD's webpage desing

2012-06-28 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
frantisek holop writes: For dynamic content it's even simpler -- the program producing the content should also provide the corresponding header information. and it does so inside the head of the page. a perfectly normal and accepted practice. btw. a content-type meta tag is _mandatory_

Re: Portable version of cwm(1)?

2012-06-23 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Aaron W. Hsu writes: Has anyone done a portable version of cwm(1) from the OpenBSD tree? I just made an attempt, and it was pretty straightforward, but if someone has made a more serious attempt I would prefer to consider that. Christian Neukirchen has one, and plans to keep it in sync

Re: llround(), round() broken?

2012-06-05 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
russell writes: $man math DESCRIPTION These functions constitute the C math library, libm. The link editor searches this library under the ``-lm'' option. Declarations for these functions may be obtained from the include file math.h. That manpage was removed from base 11 months ago.

Re: llround(), round() broken?

2012-06-04 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
reading on the mandoc mailing lists that OpenBSD man pages do not contain this section, but I don't know why that is. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: 5.0 - 5.1 Touchpad mouse tap now ignored

2012-05-29 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
looking for. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: using xmodmap to make Caps Lock a control key: worked = 4.9, broken in 5.0

2011-11-08 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
to be a no-op: Caps Lock stays a caps-lock key. You can just run setxkbmap -option ctrl:swapcaps. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: Loongson -- is it actually encumbered now?

2011-09-09 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
]. But you will be hard-pressed to find a free FPGA or ASIC platform to run said designs on. The world of digital hardware is even more proprietary and locked-down than most software developers can imagine. [1] http://www.opensparc.net/ -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: Does anybody use deroff(1)?

2011-09-01 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
encountered with deroff(1). -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: Outdated example in smtpd.conf(5)

2011-05-01 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Scratch that, I did not read smtpd(8) carefully enough. Sorry for the noise. On Sun, May 1, 2011 at 7:23 PM, Anthony J. Bentley anthonyjbent...@gmail.com wrote: I recently upgraded to a snapshot and tried to set up smtpd. But the first example in the smtpd.conf(5) manpage fails with a usage

Outdated example in smtpd.conf(5)

2011-05-01 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
] [-u] [-v] type mapname What is the correct way to perform this step? Should the manpage be updated? -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: Webcam detected as uaudio(4) device

2011-03-20 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Hi Jacob, uaudio0 at uhub1 port 1 configuration 1 interface 1 Logitech Camera rev 2.0 0/1.00 addr 2 uaudio0: audio descriptors make no sense, error=4 ugen0 at uhub1 port 1 configuration 1 Logitech Camera rev 2.00/1.00 addr 2 Should it should be connecting to uvideo(4) instead?

Webcam detected as uaudio(4) device

2011-03-19 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Hi, I have a USB webcam. No model number on the cam, but looks to be a Logitech QuickCam Communicate STX. When I plug it in, I get this: uaudio0 at uhub1 port 1 configuration 1 interface 1 Logitech Camera rev 2.00/1.00 addr 2 uaudio0: audio descriptors make no sense, error=4 ugen0 at uhub1

Re: Mounting NTFS, Invalid argument

2011-03-07 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
On Mon, Mar 07, 2011 at 07:57:56AM +0100, Otto Moerbeek wrote: NTFS support is not enabled in the GENERIC kernel. Oops, I may be wrong. It is enabled on recent i386 and amd64 kernels. But since you neglect to give us a dmesg, we cannot tell if it is actually enable on your machine.

Mounting NTFS, Invalid argument

2011-03-06 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Hi, When I attempt to mount a NTFS-formatted external drive, it fails: # mount -t ntfs /dev/sd2i /media/usb/ mount_ntfs: /dev/sd2i on /media/usb: Invalid argument There is a note about this under BUGS in mount_ntfs(8): If the attempt to mount NTFS gives you an error like this: #

Re: change cwm screensaver?

2011-03-03 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
. The defaults are xterm(1) and xlock(1), respectively. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: test for installed status of package, ports questions

2011-01-31 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
(EMACS, and even if I set FLAVOR=no_x11). B What's up with that? Covered in the FAQ: http://www.openbsd.org/faq/faq4.html#FilesNeededX -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: indent style(9)

2011-01-04 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
try making a -knf switch? -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: indent style(9)

2011-01-04 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
page right now, it looks like some of these are either on by default or unimplemented. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: Keyboard Layout on Xorg or GNOME

2011-01-03 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
full access to Unicode with LC_CTYPE=en_US.UTF-8 set. -- Anthony J. Bentley

Re: How to open PDF that requires Adobe 9

2010-12-04 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
to a computer lab and use Acrobat on a Mac to pull out the individual files. It's probably not a hard problem to solve, but I don't know of any open-source programs that do this yet. -- Anthony J. Bentley b

Re: LLVM build

2010-08-23 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
Also, the same concept could be ported to OpenBSD? In my opinion, the openbsd want to be a GPL-free OpenSource OS, and the BSD-licensed C compiler provided by the LLVM can help. This has been discussed here before. I believe there's some resistance to using LLVM as a system compiler for

Re: Which netbook for OpenBSD

2010-06-28 Thread Anthony J. Bentley
-- Anthony J. Bentley