Re: unwind: is it possible to prevent using a dhcp callback?

2019-11-19 Thread Felix Maschek
Hi Otto, I have to apologize. After trying your proposal it is working as expected. Thank you for your help and sorry for the noise. Kind regards Felix On 2019-11-19 20:40, Otto Moerbeek wrote: On Tue, Nov 19, 2019 at 08:33:39PM +0100, Felix Maschek wrote: I want to use DHCP to get an IP

Re: unwind: is it possible to prevent using a dhcp callback?

2019-11-19 Thread Felix Maschek
I want to use DHCP to get an IP address and the gateway address. But I want to use my explicit defined nameserver (not the one given by DHCP). Is that possible? Kind regards Felix On 2019-11-19 20:06, Otto Moerbeek wrote: On Tue, Nov 19, 2019 at 06:33:43PM +0100, Felix Maschek wrote: I've

Re: unwind: is it possible to prevent using a dhcp callback?

2019-11-19 Thread Felix Maschek
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Re: unwind: is it possible to prevent using a dhcp callback?

2019-11-19 Thread Felix Maschek
, that not only the configured DNS is called. There are several DNS as given by DHCP called, too. They, of course are supporting DoT as well. Kind regards Felix On 2019-11-19 16:56, Otto Moerbeek wrote: On Tue, Nov 19, 2019 at 04:51:09PM +0100, Felix Maschek wrote: Hi, I have a running unwind

unwind: is it possible to prevent using a dhcp callback?

2019-11-19 Thread Felix Maschek
Hi, I have a running unwind configuration: /etc/unwind.conf     forwarder 46.182.19.48 port 853 authentication name dns2.digitalcourage.de DoT     preference { DoT recursor } Unfortunately this DNS from Digitalcourage is sometimes slow and so the DNS learned from DHCP (which is

Questions regarding unwind.conf (block list)

2019-11-13 Thread Felix Maschek
Hi, I'm using unwind for a time and it is running perfect for me. Now with the upcoming new plugin api of chrome with limited support for uBlock I'm looking for an alternative. Unfortunately I'm not able to specify a valid block list in unwind.conf. I've added     block list

Fixed! (was: unwindctl doesn't connect to unwind, error message: "unwindctl: connect: /var/run/unwind.sock: No such file or directory")

2019-11-06 Thread Felix Maschek
Hi, with the latest snapshot the problem is solved:     vatrox$ unwindctl status DoT         selected type status            *  DoT validating            histogram[ms]            <10   <20   <40   <60   <80  <100 <200  <400  <600  <800 <1000 

Re: unwindctl doesn't connect to unwind, error message: "unwindctl: connect: /var/run/unwind.sock: No such file or directory"

2019-11-06 Thread Felix Maschek
Done so. But I'm not able to understand the trace. I have attached it. Kind regards Felix On 2019-11-06 16:29, Otto Moerbeek wrote: On Wed, Nov 06, 2019 at 04:16:10PM +0100, Felix Maschek wrote: Hi, unwind is running and does talk to 9.9.9.9 (checked with DNS Leak Test - bash.ws <ht

Re: unwindctl doesn't connect to unwind, error message: "unwindctl: connect: /var/run/unwind.sock: No such file or directory"

2019-11-06 Thread Felix Maschek
  dbus    dmesg.boot  ntpd.sock smtpd.sock  user Kind regards Felix On 2019-11-06 16:08, Otto Moerbeek wrote: On Wed, Nov 06, 2019 at 03:41:10PM +0100, Felix Maschek wrote: Hi, I've used unwind for some weeks and observed a problem after upgrading to last snapshot (after some weeks). C

unwindctl doesn't connect to unwind, error message: "unwindctl: connect: /var/run/unwind.sock: No such file or directory"

2019-11-06 Thread Felix Maschek
Hi, I've used unwind for some weeks and observed a problem after upgrading to last snapshot (after some weeks). Calling unwindctl leads to the following error message:     vatrox$ unwindctl status DoT     unwindctl: connect: /var/run/unwind.sock: No such file or directory My configuration

Re: Clarification about mfs/tmpfs on /tmp

2018-10-10 Thread Felix Maschek
On 10/9/18 11:46 PM, Alexander Hall wrote: On a sidenote, 777 is not the proper permissions for /tmp. What is the proper permission for /tmp? ~Felix

Re: Clarification about mfs/tmpfs on /tmp

2018-10-09 Thread Felix Maschek
On 10/8/18 11:27 PM, r...@tutanota.com wrote: chrome --disk-cache/dir=/tmp/chrome? This works fine for me. BTW, I've set up a RAM based /tmp directory using the following /etc/fstab entry:     #/dev/sd0f /tmp ffs rw,nodev,nosuid 1 2     swap /tmp mfs rw,noexec,nodev,nosuid,-s=512m 0 0 But

Re: Which really small, portable and lightweight system/device is usable running OpenBSD?

2018-09-22 Thread Felix Maschek
I'm using a HP Elitebook 2530p which is in size and weight comparable to the X61s. But I'm looking for a second very portable device after the retirement of my "smart" cellphone. So the GPD Pocket seems to be a good fit - if the OpenBSD support is ok. I can live with an external WLAN dongle.

Which really small, portable and lightweight system/device is usable running OpenBSD?

2018-09-22 Thread Felix Maschek
Hi! I'm looking for a really small portable OpenBSD-based system which meets the following requirements: - running OpenBSD with a current webbrowser (e. g. chromium), pidgin and mailclient - WLAN support Any suggestion? Kind regards Felix

How can I mount an USB stick during update / installation?

2018-08-02 Thread Felix Maschek
Hi! After upgrading my system (using bsd.rd) I get the prompt "Exit to (S)hell, (H)alt or (R)eboot?". When I select S I get a shell. Now I want to mount a USB stick. when I insert it I get the expected log message, that the device is found and has the name "sd2". How can I mount this

How can I mount a HDD with full encryption on another system?

2018-08-02 Thread Felix Maschek
Hi! I've used a full encrypted HDD (created as described in the OpenBSD FAQ) on a broken system and want to backup some data from it. I've assembled this HDD into an external USB case and want to mount the HDD on another system. How can I mount this HDD? Needless to say that I know the

Fwd: Lemovo Thinkpad E130: *ERROR* PCH transcoder

2018-03-24 Thread Felix Maschek
Hi, I've installed the latest snapshot on my Lenovo Thinkpad E130 and most seems to work (even the wireless modem). But in the dmesg I have the following error messages (full dmesg is at the end of the mail): error: [drm:pid0:cpt_set_fifo_underrun_reporting] *ERROR* uncleared pch fifo

Re: pkg using "6.3" instead of "snapshots"

2018-03-24 Thread Felix Maschek
Hi, the switch is '-D snap'. Felix On 24.03.2018 08:21, Tony Boston wrote: Hello list, am using -current on my x230 for a while now which was working okay since today. When I downloaded the new bsd.rd and did an upgrade, it said that it would download from /pub/OpenBSD/6.3/amd64 which I had

Which hexeditor may I use to import binary files via shell?

2018-03-10 Thread Felix Maschek
Hi, I have a running tor node ("scurra") and want to move it to a newer server hosted by my ISP. For this task I have to move (binary) key files from the old server to the new oner. I don't want to open any remote access to the new server (despite the tor services, of course). So I've

Re: Using OpenBSD on a thinkpad?

2018-02-19 Thread Felix Maschek
Hi, Thinkpads are in general a good choice for OpenBSD. I have OpenBSD installed and running on my T510 and T400. :q! Felix On 19.02.2018 10:00, crimeangot...@nigge.rs wrote: Hey everyone, I am pretty stupid when it comes to less user friendly operating systems. I currently use