Re: Split-horizon dns

2021-03-27 Thread Gregory Edigarov
just run a second nsd on separate (ip)/port, then use unbound as a router On 3/25/21 12:52 PM, Родин Максим wrote: > Hello, > Is there a way to do split horizon dns using NSD? > I did not find anything similar in man nsd.conf

audio stops frequently with current

2021-02-26 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hello, symptoms like this: chromium plays video with audio (youtube) mostly after pause, it loses audio. while this happen it could show spinner, but sometimes it can play video no problem, but no audio.  dmesg: OpenBSD 6.9-beta (GENERIC.MP) #346: Fri Feb 19 23:56:21 MST 2021    

Re: baresip-gtk

2021-02-24 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 2/24/21 2:59 PM, Mihai Popescu wrote: >> How do you use baresip-gtk? > If I recall correctly, all you get is an icon in the system tray bar if you > have one. You can click there and get a not very rich GUI. Hmm, I understood. I am not using a DE, prefer  spectrwm.

baresip-gtk

2021-02-20 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hello, How do you use baresip-gtk? I have module_app    gtk.so uncommented, but nothing happens. Thanks. -- With best regards,     Gregory Edigarov

Re: firefox+web.skype.com+microphone (on OpenBSD)?

2021-01-22 Thread Gregory Edigarov
I use Skype probably once a year at best. yeah, text messaging works nicely in both firefox (if you use user-agent changer) and chromium. that's what I use skype for 99.9% of time. So it is just a matter of curiosity. What skype is missing on OpenBSD?   > On Fri, 22 Jan 2021 at 10:52, Gregory Edigarov

firefox+web.skype.com+microphone (on OpenBSD)?

2021-01-22 Thread Gregory Edigarov
hello, Just wondering if somebody made it work somehow? Sigh, I know it is not a secure solution but I am bounded to what people are using. Currently I have a linux notebook which I use nearly only for skype, but would prefer to be able to have a voice conversations from OpenBSD, too. any

iked && outgoing auth

2021-01-13 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hello, everybody sorry for possible misunderstanding,  but is iked capable of doing outgoing eap mschap-v2 auth? because in my situation I need to connect to server which requires this. thanks. -- With best regards,     Gregory Edigarov  

Re: misc panics

2020-12-28 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 12/28/20 12:18 PM, rgc wrote: > On Mon, Dec 28, 2020 at 10:39:56AM +0100, Otto Moerbeek wrote: >> On Mon, Dec 28, 2020 at 10:25:08AM +0100, Bastien Durel wrote: >> >>> Le lundi 28 d?cembre 2020 ? 09:17 +, Stuart Henderson a ?crit?: > So hardware failure confirmed :/ Do you think I

Re: mongodb port

2020-12-08 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 12/8/20 4:05 PM, Stuart Henderson wrote: > On 2020-12-08, Gregory Edigarov wrote: >> Hello, >> >> Just found that mongodb port/package doesn't not install >> mongodump/mongorestore binaries. >> Are there any problems with them? >> >> -- >&

mongodb port

2020-12-08 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hello, Just found that mongodb port/package doesn't not install mongodump/mongorestore binaries. Are there any problems with them? -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

dkim && ed25519

2020-12-04 Thread Gregory Edigarov
-keygen or signify do the trick? Thank you. -- With best regards,         Gregory Edigarov

Re: Reinstall to upgrade

2020-11-28 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 11/25/20 3:26 PM, Manuel Giraud wrote: > Hi, > > I'd like to upgrade (on -current) and, in the process, remove some cruft > accumulated over the years. I usually do sysupgrade and sysclean for > system. > > But for packages, I think I would be better to reinstall everything > since

Re: chromium has troubles showing videos from youtube

2020-11-11 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 11/11/20 4:45 AM, Aaron Mason wrote: On Wed, Nov 11, 2020 at 7:42 AM Gregory Edigarov wrote: Hello, chromium-86.0.4240.185, installed from packages is showing spinner and goes no further after the first ad before video, and not. at first I thought it is some extension, but with clean

chromium has troubles showing videos from youtube

2020-11-10 Thread Gregory Edigarov
? -- With best regards,   Gregory Edigarov

Re: procedure for making an msdos usb stick

2020-11-05 Thread Gregory Edigarov
what do you mean "shrinks"? On 11/5/20 1:24 PM, Peter J. Philipp wrote: Is there any documentation for this? I'm having a hard time with this. Particularily when I newfs_msdos a partition it shrinks every time. I'm on 6.8. Best Regards, -peter

Re: system slow down strangeness

2020-09-08 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 2020-09-08 19:38, Nick Holland wrote: On 2020-09-08 04:16, Gregory Edigarov wrote: Hello, from around two weeks ago I am observing the overall system slow down. Everything work stable, but nearly every X application takes forever to open a window. also I am using tiling wm, and when

Re: system slow down strangeness

2020-09-08 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 2020-09-08 21:18, Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2020-09-08, Gregory Edigarov wrote: Hello, from around two weeks ago I am observing the overall system slow down. Everything work stable, but nearly every X application takes forever to open a window. also I am using tiling wm, and when

system slow down strangeness

2020-09-08 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hello, from around two weeks ago I am observing the overall system slow down. Everything work stable, but nearly every X application takes forever to open a window. also I am using tiling wm, and when workspace is switched, it takes a long time for the system to redraw a screen. I also noticed

an interesting case for BGP

2020-08-25 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hello Everybody, I was helping my friend to switch to new ip block and asn recently and run into situation, when I need to announce a new network over the same session here's how i implemented this with quagga: network xxx.xxx.xxx.0/24 route-map NEW route-map NEW permit 30 set as-path

ansible hostname.if role

2020-07-09 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hello everybody, introducing this little ansible role to configure hostname.if(5) files. comments are welcome  https://github.com/gred7/ansible-openbsd-interfaces-role.git

Re: ssh X forwarding and google-chrome

2020-07-03 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 2020-07-02 17:33, Gregory Edigarov wrote: Hello, everybody does anybody know if there is any tricks? In my office pc (currently linux) I have google-chrome installed, and I absolutely need to access it from home. "ssh -Y google-chrome" just shows an empty and blank window

ssh X forwarding and google-chrome

2020-07-02 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hello, everybody does anybody know if there is any tricks? In my office pc (currently linux) I have google-chrome installed, and I absolutely need to access it from home. "ssh -Y google-chrome" just shows an empty and blank window, no menu, no address bar. May be there is some command

AMD Ryzen

2020-06-23 Thread Gregory Edigarov
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Re: weird ansible + doas behaviour

2020-06-21 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 2020-06-21 23:55, Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2020-06-21, Gregory Edigarov wrote: Trying to run ansible-playbook with localhost. Playbook: --- - hosts: localhost   become: true   become_method: doas   roles:   - wrkstpkgs Expected behaviour - Ansible asks for the become pass

weird ansible + doas behaviour

2020-06-21 Thread Gregory Edigarov
] ** doas (g...@lbld12.duckdns.org) password: doas.conf only contains this line: permit persist greg Am I missing anything? Thanks a lot in advance. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: Article OpenBSD: Not Free Not Fuctional and Definetly Not Secure and BSD, the truth blog

2020-05-28 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 2020-05-28 07:16, Quantum Robin wrote: Hi, While surfing on the Google to learn more about OpenBSD, I encountered this one: "OpenBSD: Not Free Not Fuctional and Definetly Not Secure ( https://aboutthebsds.wordpress.com/2013/01/25/20/) Is the author telling the truth? Or just yet another

clang analyzer

2020-05-24 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hello, clang --analyze main.c error: action RunAnalysis not compiled in I find it strange.  Is there any particular reason for not including it? Is there any procedure I can use to get a "full" clang? Thank you. -- With best regards,     Gregory Edigarov

Re: BGP and carp slaves

2020-04-02 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 02.04.20 12:34, Luca Bodini wrote: Hi folks, I’m just having a strange issue using OpenBSD 6.6 and BGP . I have two OpenBSD firewalls with a carp configuration, let’s suppose the shared IP is 10.10.10.100, and I am able to announce 10.10.10.100/32 via BGP. Now, here is my /etc/bgpd.conf

Re: 10Gbit network work only 1Gbit

2019-11-15 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 13.11.19 21:18, Hrvoje Popovski wrote: On 13.11.2019. 16:37, Gregory Edigarov wrote: could you please do one more test: "forwarding over ix0 and ix1, pf enabled, 5 tcp states" with this generator i can't use tcp. generally pps with 5 or 50 states are more or less same .

Re: 10Gbit network work only 1Gbit

2019-11-13 Thread Gregory Edigarov
could you please do one more test: "forwarding over ix0 and ix1, pf enabled, 5 tcp states" On 13.11.19 12:52, Hrvoje Popovski wrote: On 13.11.2019. 10:59, Hrvoje Popovski wrote: On 12.11.2019. 10:54, Szél Gábor wrote: Dear Hrvoje, Theo, Thank you for your answers! answers to the questions:

Re: obsd web server

2019-09-03 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 02.09.19 02:49, Gustavo Rios wrote: Hi folks, 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. I mean: Every request for www.x.com is mapped into the root

Re: su - root => segmentation fault

2019-07-31 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 31.07.19 17:00, Solene Rapenne wrote: On Wed, Jul 31, 2019 at 04:49:54PM +0500, dmitry.sensei wrote: Hi! why did it happen? OpenBSD 6.5 current $su - root root's password: Segmentation fault $ doas su - root # -- Dmitry Orlov what current? What arch? works for me© OpenBSD 6.5-current

Re: Postscript printer recommendations

2019-07-18 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 18.07.19 10:57, Gregory Edigarov wrote: Just for myself  until the better solution arive I for a while have put such lines into rc.shutdown also, how about having kernel.conf file, that will be used by rc script after kernel relinking. i.e something like this in the end of /etc/rc

Re: Postscript printer recommendations

2019-07-18 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Just for myself  until the better solution arive I for a while have put such lines into rc.shutdown On 18.07.19 10:07, Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2019-07-16, Robert Klein wrote: How about: config -ef /bsd < It still works, but it prevents "kernel reordering" from taking place, which is both

Re: Ansible install Re: Reboot and re-link

2019-06-24 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 21.06.19 21:02, Frank Beuth wrote: On Wed, Jun 19, 2019 at 11:29:32PM +0200, Maxim Bourmistrov wrote: Installing via NOT RECOMMENDED WAY(following upgrade65.html) - scripting on steroides (ansible). I don't want to re-open the hostilities, but installing OpenBSD via Ansible is very

Re: Random system freeze.

2019-05-24 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hi Paco, could you please check if you can login over  network when the system freeze? if so - please do a backtrace of the X server. i.e.: su - gdb /usr/X11R6/bin/X `pgrep  X` bt just curious, if you'll my condition also. that may help developers in problem identification. thanks. On

Re: X hangs again while on integrated

2019-05-08 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 07.05.19 11:39, Gregory Edigarov wrote: I've got some more info on this. tried to run X with tiling wms: spectrwm (my main wm), dwm, i3 - all hang absolutely the same way. (see my last mail with X backtraced) then I've tried fvwm - works cwm - works kde & gnome - both work flawle

Re: X hangs again while on integrated

2019-05-07 Thread Gregory Edigarov
west versions of Xenocara, making it impossible to run with tiling window manager at least on i915. On 23.04.19 11:43, Gregory Edigarov wrote: Hello misc@ it happens with no traces in logs. most of the time while in chromium, but in firefox too. (with firefox it just needs more time) tho

Re: Xorg blanks until I switch to a TTY and back on 6.5

2019-05-01 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 29.04.19 10:05, Jonathan Gray wrote: On Sun, Apr 28, 2019 at 07:26:54PM -0400, Charles wrote: Hello list, Ever since the new inteldrm driver got merged into -current, shortly before the 6.5 release, I'm seeing an odd new behavior on my Thinkpad T430 -- when an external display is

Re: some more info about ?? hangs

2019-04-28 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Updated and rebuilt. Still hangs The same way and place. On Sun, Apr 28, 2019, 07:02 Jonathan Gray wrote: > On Sat, Apr 27, 2019 at 04:55:50PM +0300, Gregory Edigarov wrote: > > attached please find dmesg and backtrace of X when that happen again > > hope this bug report will

some more info about Х hangs

2019-04-27 Thread Gregory Edigarov
attached please find dmesg and backtrace of X when that happen again hope this bug report will be more useful than previous one. thank you. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov dmesg Description: Binary data x.backtrace Description: Binary data

X hangs again while on integrated

2019-04-23 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hello misc@ it happens with no traces in logs. most of the time while in chromium, but in firefox too. (with firefox it just needs more time) thought it is memory, but memtest reveal nothing. the same is the video memory tests. it happens only on intel i915. no hangs on radeon(non

Re: procmail and new grammar in smtpd.conf

2018-12-05 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 05.12.18 13:22, Eda Sky wrote: Hi I'm preparing an update from 6.3 to 6.4 and fix the required configuration files For many years I've been using fetchmail/procmail and I do not know how to overwrite smtpd.conf to a new grammar the original rule is accept from any for domain

ssh -w in macosx (sorry I know it's a deep offtopic)

2018-11-02 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hello, need to get ssh tunnel quickly. the other side is linux. running this: ssh -i /home/MAC_A_120614/.ssh/id_rsa -vvv -o PermitLocalCommand=yes -o LocalCommand="ifconfig tun1 192.168.100.4 pointtopoint 192.168.100.3 netmask 255.255.255.255" -o ServerAliveInterval=60 -w 1:1 somehost.com

Re: Redistributing between bgpd and ospfd

2018-10-15 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 15.10.18 12:58, Sebastian Benoit wrote: open...@kene.nu(open...@kene.nu) on 2018.10.15 11:05:41 +0200: Hello, I am trying to get bgpd and ospfd play nicely with route redistribution. So far the only way I have found that suits my need is to use bgpd.conf network statements and rtlabels.

Re: Certificate authority software

2018-09-21 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 21.09.18 15:28, Tim Jones wrote: ‐‐‐ Original Message ‐‐‐ On Friday, September 21, 2018 1:21 PM, Gregory Edigarov wrote: Hello, list. I need to setup a CA for intranet. I have some (rather not very positive) experience with ejbca. before I will set it up, I want to take a look

Re: Certificate authority software

2018-09-21 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Forgot to say: something with dual (command line/web) interface would be even more preferred. On 21.09.18 15:21, Gregory Edigarov wrote: Hello, list. I need to setup a CA for intranet. I have some (rather not very positive) experience with ejbca. before I will set it up, I want to take

Certificate authority software

2018-09-21 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hello, list. I need to setup a CA for intranet. I have some (rather not very positive) experience with ejbca. before I will set it up, I want to take a look at alternatives, and so i need an advice on the choice of software. what would you guys use? something with less dependencies is

Re: OpenBSD and letsencrypt in Amazon AWS

2018-09-11 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 10.09.18 09:08, Jordan Geoghegan wrote: On 09/09/18 07:05, Monah Baki wrote: Hi All, I have a OpenBSD 6.3 server in Amazon AWS, and I am trying to install from ports letsencrypt. Install was running fine till I got a Fatal message after it was done with the patching process ...

Re: Configuration of a umb device

2018-07-11 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 11.07.18 07:13, salan...@ouvaton.org wrote: 9 juillet 2018 08:12 "Gregory Edigarov" a écrit: perhaps a simple route add -net default 100.144.58.18 will do the trick I have done that, but this result does not change. # ifconfig umb0 umb0: flags=8851 mtu 1500 index 13

Re: Configuration of a umb device

2018-07-09 Thread Gregory Edigarov
perhaps a simple route add -net default 100.144.58.18 will do the trick On 09.07.18 03:37, salan...@ouvaton.org wrote: Could someone direct me as to how to set up my computer such that I can get internet access through? I installed a this model of US Mobile SIM card.

Re: Pf syntax, need help understanding an example

2018-06-06 Thread Gregory Edigarov
hi, $ext_if -     expands to the name of the interface ($ext_if) - expands to the ip address assigned to the interface On 06.06.18 12:21, Johan Mellberg wrote: Hi, I am working my way through "The Book of Pf" and got hung up on the example on page 31 of edition 3 (I am reading edition 2 but

re0: watchdog timeout on recent current

2018-05-01 Thread Gregory Edigarov
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. something like ifconfig re0 down &&

Re: Cold / warm spare for OpenBSD server

2018-04-11 Thread Gregory Edigarov
I would solve the problem of config sync vice versa. instead of syncing the files from one host to another you could just create the same files using any software configuration management system like ansible. of course, you will still need to sync the data, and rsync is your best friend

Re: httpd - serving index.html & index.php at the same time

2018-04-11 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 11.04.18 11:40, Mischa wrote Ok, good to know. It doesn't work as written. The only thing I see in the error.log is the fact that the PHP script is not found. Access to the script '/htdocs/s/' has been denied (see security.limit_extensions) Which tells me index.php is not requested.

Re: httpd - serving index.html & index.php at the same time

2018-04-11 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 10.04.18 22:24, Mischa wrote: Hi All, Is there a way to serve both static and dynamic content, eg. index.html and index.php within the same server { } definition? I am looking for something like: server "default" { listen on $ext_addr port 80 root "/htdocs" directory index

Re: Flow Tools

2018-03-14 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Sorry, if I hijack the thread, but what do you guys use for netflow analysis? Only know nfsen in ports, but sometimes I need more versatile tool. On 13.03.18 20:35, Diana Eichert wrote: I've been using samplicator to fanout UDP flow data for years. https://github.com/sleinen/samplicator

deadfs, fifofs

2018-01-17 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hello, Curiosity killed the cat. What are those for? I cannot find any reference in docs. Thank you. -- With best  regards,     Gregory Edigarov

Re: state of Netdata on OpenBSD

2018-01-11 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 10.01.18 18:58, Alceu R. de Freitas Jr. wrote: Hello folks, I'm considering installing Netdata on OpenBSD 6.2, but I found this issue on Github: https://github.com/firehol/netdata/issues/1083 Unfortunately, it doesn't tell if Netdata works out of the box on OpenBSD, if requires the Collectd

Re: reboot loop on -current, one machine of several

2017-11-13 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 12.11.17 21:59, Nick Holland wrote: On 11/12/17 14:13, Otto Moerbeek wrote: On Sun, Nov 12, 2017 at 01:28:39PM -0500, Nick Holland wrote: Help. I was upgrading a few very similar machines to -current today. ONE of the three decided to be unpleasant. The thing has a serial console, and

Re: Is there an option switch to lower minimum DH strength in SSH client?

2017-11-03 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 03.11.17 14:37, Janne Johansson wrote: 2017-11-03 5:06 GMT+01:00 Jacob Leifman : I was finally able to bring our OpenBSD based Network Management System up to the current OS release (it was a couple of years out of date) but this process broke access to a

Re: Fail2ban alternative for OpenBSD

2017-11-03 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 02.11.17 20:19, Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2017-10-30, Gregory Edigarov <ediga...@qarea.com> wrote: On 29.10.17 03:20, x9p wrote: Coming from the Linux world, I wonder if there is a better alternative to fail2ban, already being used in OpenBSD servers by the majority. I suggest you

Re: Fail2ban alternative for OpenBSD

2017-10-30 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 29.10.17 03:20, x9p wrote: Coming from the Linux world, I wonder if there is a better alternative to fail2ban, already being used in OpenBSD servers by the majority. I suggest you NEVER use such "solutions". It's security by obscurity model, and therefore a bad very very bad thing. You'd

Re: Flask app as UWSGI returning 500 when accessed through OpenBSD HTTPD

2017-10-18 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 18.10.17 10:36, Ajitabh Pandey wrote: $ uwsgi --http : --wsgi-file myproject.py --master --callable app $ curl http://127.0.0.1:/ returns the contents, but when I access the page as http://192.168.1.111/hello/ I get 500. Any pointers will be helpful. hi, what's in your

Re: migrate .htaccess conent to httpd.conf

2017-10-03 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 03.10.17 15:10, rosjat wrote: Hi there, I was wondering if there is some guidence out there for this sort of thing? I know it's possible to simply block directories or put basic auth in front of it but what's about some more fine grained stuff for a file in a directory? Like this    

Re: Need help securing SMTP (thunderbird says it's not encrypted)

2017-07-28 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 27.07.17 15:56, Paul Covello wrote: I have an OpenBSD 6.1 box set up with OpenSMTPD and Dovecot on Vultr (a VPS provider). This machine is intended for use as my primary mail server. I have a Let’s Encrypt certificate installed and declared in the smtpd.conf file like so: I can

Re: Skylake experience with -current

2017-07-12 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Well, I notice some artifacts on my system. Using spectrwm and spacemacs, the status bar in spacemacs shows artifacts often. it looks like something screws that and only that video page area while I am being switched away from emacs. Found this line on my dmesg: error:

Re: shouldn't ping -I bypass all normal routing?

2017-05-22 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 21.05.17 17:16, Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2017-05-19, Gregory Edigarov <ediga...@qarea.com> wrote: Hi, everybody I've run into a strange problem while trying to implement cisco's 'ip sla' replacement for a customer. at an openbsd router i have em0: 192.168.0.1/24 - local networ

Re: shouldn't ping -I bypass all normal routing?

2017-05-19 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 19.05.17 18:47, Gregory Edigarov wrote: Hi, everybody I've run into a strange problem while trying to implement cisco's 'ip sla' replacement for a customer. at an openbsd router i have em0: 192.168.0.1/24 - local network em1: 111.111.111.2/30 - uplink 1 em2: 222.222.222.2/30 - uplink

shouldn't ping -I bypass all normal routing?

2017-05-19 Thread Gregory Edigarov
rhaps I am overlooking something very-very basic, so help me to get off the brake. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: why does unbound listen as root

2017-05-12 Thread Gregory Edigarov
s don't tell that to my unbound ) ➜ ~ ps aux |grep unb _unbound 65312 0.0 0.2 30960 26056 ?? IsThu06AM0:00.41 unbound -c /var/unbound/etc/unbound.conf On 12.05.17 11:12, Luke Small wrote: pf rule execution says it listens as root, but it connects as the _unbound user,

Re: With Multiple PPPoE interfaces on one will work

2017-05-10 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hi, before anything it is necessary to provide a defintion of "not working" and some evidence, like ifconfig, netstat -rn, ping, etc. then somebody will be able to help you. the more information you will provide, the quicker response with a solution you will get. On 10.05.17 07:53, Steve

Re: Using "Pretty" permalinks with httpd in wordpress

2017-01-09 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 06.01.17 15:42, Atanas Vladimirov wrote: On 06.01.2017 13:35, Jiri B wrote: On Fri, Jan 06, 2017 at 01:32:10PM +0200, Atanas Vladimirov wrote: Hi, I can't figure it out. Is it possible to use Wordpress with OpenBSD httpd and configure both for "Pretty" permalinks. Does anyone have a

Re: rsyslog does not produce log on OpenBSD 6.0

2016-12-22 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 20.12.16 13:47, Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2016-12-17, Remi Locherer wrote: On December 17, 2016 12:07:18 PM GMT+01:00, Federico Donati wrote: Hi all, I've a problem with an OpenBSD 6.0 box with rsyslog. I need to send every local logs to a

Re: Browser is getting slower?

2016-11-21 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 21.11.16 15:56, George Pediaditis wrote: Ok you are right im sorry. Im definitively sure that iridium(its like chromium) is getting slower after a couple of weeks. Its so slow that im waiting 7+ sec to start. Also cpu is high and everything on the browser is really slow. The problem is

Re: What are the security features in OpenBSD 6.0 that are by default disabled?

2016-10-17 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 14.10.16 22:48, Raul Miller wrote: On Fri, Oct 14, 2016 at 2:50 PM, thrph.i...@gmail.com wrote: " The only truly secure system is one that is powered off, cast in a block of concrete and sealed in a lead-lined room with armed guards - and even then I have my doubts."

Re: unbound and truly multihomed setup

2016-09-30 Thread Gregory Edigarov
after all, it revealed to be just fiber connection fucked up, and causing the enormous packet drops. sorry for the noise On 29.09.16 10:48, Gregory Edigarov wrote: Hi, Need an advice. I have a bgp router with 3 interfaces: em0 (xxx.yyy,zzz.1/24), em1, em2 - looking at uplinks bgp is up

Re: unbound and truly multihomed setup

2016-09-29 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hi Craig, On 29.09.16 13:28, Craig Skinner wrote: Hi Gregory, On Thu, 29 Sep 2016 10:48:37 +0300 Gregory Edigarov wrote: em0 (xxx.yyy,zzz.1/24), em1, em2 - looking at uplinks ... outgoing-interface: 0.0.0.0 Removing the outgoing-interface line would probably resolve it. Adding

Re: unbound and truly multihomed setup

2016-09-29 Thread Gregory Edigarov
corrected unbound.conf snippet, just to be sure I am properly understood On 29.09.16 10:48, Gregory Edigarov wrote: Hi, Need an advice. I have a bgp router with 3 interfaces: em0 (xxx.yyy,zzz.1/24), em1, em2 - looking at uplinks bgp is up and running, packets are forwarded just fine. also

unbound and truly multihomed setup

2016-09-29 Thread Gregory Edigarov
unbound work in such setup? thank you. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: traceroute and pf

2016-09-28 Thread Gregory Edigarov
because it drops privs once initialization done. On 28.09.16 14:24, johnw wrote: On 09/28/2016 07:05 PM, Janne Johansson wrote: Apart from PF failing the syntax, what would one expect to achieve with =0 ? That would always cover all users, since its never a negative number.

Re: It is too late for that all the developers to do the right thing?

2016-09-21 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Yeah, everybody is too old here, so pass away, do not stay here, troll On 20.09.16 20:06, velocidade da luz wrote: Theo de Raadt wrote: "The Race is there to be run, for ourselves, not for others. We do what we do to run our own race, and finish it the best we can. We don't rush off at every

Re: Long life on SSD in a firewall environment

2016-06-21 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 21.06.16 16:55, Kenneth Gober wrote: On Sun, Jun 19, 2016 at 5:56 AM, Sjöholm Per-Olov wrote: Does anyone know if there exist any list of recommendations about how to make an SSD disk to live as long as possible when using it for firewall purpose on OpenBSD? I don't

wx violations (a question)

2016-05-31 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hi, I have a question about the implementation of W^X protection. We now have a per filesystem knob wxallowed. but wouldn't it be better to implement with per-exec granularity? i.e. chflags wxallowed -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: Alternate Puffy Logo Design

2016-05-19 Thread Gregory Edigarov
seemingly, the spring was near its end... On 19.05.16 17:58, Joe Schillinger wrote: Not sure if the new site design going to go anywhere, but it seems like an alright time to share a little logo I did based on a hackathon t-shirt graphic. Here's a modified and colorized version of Puffy from

Re: Happy Birthday Theo!

2016-05-19 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Many many happiest returns of the day! On 19.05.16 09:26, Craig Skinner wrote: May you triumphly hike whatever hills you like! Cheers!

non-wintel hardware choices

2016-05-05 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hi everybody, if I want to build a non-wintel system with commodity running OpenBSD without problems, what are my options? preferably something non-apple also, which i will be able to connect display, mouse, and keyboard, and hopefully run X, etc. -- With best regards, Gregory

Re: providing users with equal bandwidth

2016-02-04 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 04.02.16 01:09, Tarkan Açan wrote: hello misc, i am using openbsd 5.8 amd64 on my apu 1d4 with success but i have one big problem. the queue mechanism in pf allows some traffic shaping but what i really need is to give users their share of the bandwidth. for this i need some connection based

Re: [OpenBGPD] Problem with many (fast connecting) Peers

2016-01-26 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 26.01.16 16:41, Daniel Seidenstücker wrote: Dear OpenBGPD Community, in order of measuring the performance of OpenBGPD I need to connect it with a huge amount of peers (realized by ExaBGP). OpenBGPD 5.8 works well with 100 Peers but if I increase that number to 250 I got every try the same

Re: OpenSMTPD problem with filter-dnsbl

2015-11-18 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 11/17/2015 09:03 PM, Gianluca D.Muscelli wrote: Hi, I'v problem with filters in OpenSMTPD. I would try to implement the filter-dnsbl, I also installed the extras opensmtpd but I can't find it! Any suggestions?? Thank you! The filters are not available in stock version of smtpd, you should

Re: Virtualization: vmm with Linux guests - when?

2015-11-17 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 11/17/2015 05:46 PM, Luis P. Mendes wrote: Hi, I know that development time is not a determinisc thing, but nonetheless I'd like to know if it's closer to one, six, twelve (or more) months until we get the possibility to run Linux guests through vmm. I'd be happy even

Re: quick question about unbound

2015-11-06 Thread Gregory Edigarov
t-query-localhost: no" to your config in the "server" section. Right. On Wed, Nov 4, 2015 at 11:25 AM, Gregory Edigarov <ediga...@qarea.com> wrote: Hello, Trying to make unbound and nsd co-exist on one server, the goal is to have unbound listen for all requests redirecting re

quick question about unbound

2015-11-04 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hello, Trying to make unbound and nsd co-exist on one server, the goal is to have unbound listen for all requests redirecting requests for local zones to nsd: nsd.conf server: server-count: 1 database: "/var/lib/nsd3/nsd.db" username: nsd ip-address:

Re: routing q

2015-10-19 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 10/19/2015 02:14 PM, Martin Pieuchot wrote: On 19/10/15(Mon) 13:37, Gregory Edigarov wrote: On 10/19/2015 01:24 PM, Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2015-10-19, Gregory Edigarov <ediga...@qarea.com> wrote: In order to conserve address space I am trying to confugure 'ip unnumbred' in

routing q

2015-10-19 Thread Gregory Edigarov
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Re: routing q

2015-10-19 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 10/19/2015 01:24 PM, Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2015-10-19, Gregory Edigarov <ediga...@qarea.com> wrote: In order to conserve address space I am trying to confugure 'ip unnumbred' in cisco terminology, that is have an interface borrow the ip of a different interface, I am experim

Re: Ospf multiple areas not redistributing

2015-09-02 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 09/02/2015 10:31 AM, Roger Skjetlein wrote: Hi, have an issue with ospfd when using multiple areas and networks from area 10.0.30.0 not distributed to 0.0.0.0. eg excerpt from config area 0.0.0.0 { interface gre0 interface gre1 } area 10.0.30.0 { interface em0 } the network for

Re: Docker on OpenBSD?

2015-08-04 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 08/04/2015 07:44 PM, Giancarlo Razzolini wrote: Em 04-08-2015 12:59, openda...@hushmail.com escreveu: Are there any efforts being made to port the FreeBSD Docker port to OpenBSD? Not that I know of, but I'm not a dev and might be wrong. I do follow @tech, and didn't saw anything docker

Re: Collect logs with syslog +hostname

2015-07-28 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 07/28/2015 03:20 PM, Gregory Edigarov wrote: On 07/28/2015 02:41 PM, Atanas Vladimirov wrote: Hi, I tried the new feature of syslogd to collect log messages from other syslog capable devices (in this case an OpenWRT router). I red syslog.conf many times, but I can't figure it why

Re: Collect logs with syslog +hostname

2015-07-28 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On 07/28/2015 02:41 PM, Atanas Vladimirov wrote: Hi, I tried the new feature of syslogd to collect log messages from other syslog capable devices (in this case an OpenWRT router). I red syslog.conf many times, but I can't figure it why it doesn't work. [ns]~$ cat /etc/syslog.conf #

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