Re: Performance Clang

2017-04-24 Thread Michael McConville
Damian McGuckin wrote: > On Tue, 25 Apr 2017, Marc Espie wrote: > > Apparently, it seems that lld might be better behaved than binutils > > ld in *some* respects like speed and memory consumption in *some* > > cases... > > > > we'll see. > > Doesn't Clang have superior (and integrated) static

Re: Performance Clang

2017-04-19 Thread Michael McConville
Heiko wrote: > I noticed that with clang it needs 109 minutes for "make build" and > before with gcc 32 minutes. > > Is this a normal behavior? An email from Miod that gets cited often: https://marc.info/?l=openbsd-misc=137530560232232=2

Re: cvs up permission denied?

2017-03-26 Thread Michael McConville
Todd Mortimer wrote: > I noticed that my nightly cvs update job failed last night with the > error: > > E can't create temporary directory /tmp/cvs-serv71983 > error Permission denied > > I have tried both > > anon...@obsdacvs.cs.toronto.edu:/cvs > and > anon...@anoncvs1.ca.openbsd.org:/cvs

Re: Thinkpad X220, can't control screen brightness via keyboard

2016-09-17 Thread Michael McConville
misc nick wrote: > To be more precise, i can't control screen brightness by pressing > Fn + Home (increase) or Fn + End (decrease). These are thinkpad's > shortcuts for controlling brightness. Controlling brightness > by command line works. > > The shortcuts worked in OpenBSD 5.9. Hm... they

Re: No automatic start of privoxy

2016-08-08 Thread Michael McConville
Stefan Wollny wrote: > I have the following in /etc/rc.conf.local: > pkg_scripts=freshclam clamd messagebus avahi_daemon privoxy squid cupsd > > BUT: 'privoxy' does not start at system-startup as the other progs do. 'rcctl start tor' started failing mysteriously when I installed the latest

Re: Performance of Firefox and Chromium

2016-05-01 Thread Michael McConville
Mihai Popescu wrote: > > Javascript may not be the fastest language around > > A language has nothing to do with speed of execution! In many ways, it does. That discussion's off-topic for this list, though. I'm happy to have it privately.

Re: Performance of Firefox and Chromium

2016-04-30 Thread Michael McConville
Alex Poslavsky wrote: > Firefox saves its cache to ~/.cache, I mounted that as tmpfs and that > seemed to make it a bit faster as well. Off course you loose all your > cached stuff on reboot. By many (most?) accounts, tmpfs is actually slower than an SSD. It's presumably faster than a spinning

Re: Creating a blog using OpenBSD: technology choices and security considerations

2016-04-26 Thread Michael McConville
David Lou wrote: > (btw, isn't the "built-in" httpd webserver just Apache? Google seems > to tell me that they're synonyms) Nope, Apache was bundled a long time ago and was replaced with Nginx, which was replaced with httpd in July 2014. httpd is an HTTP server that is developed in the OpenBSD

Re: systrace removed? Why?

2016-04-25 Thread Michael McConville
arrowscr...@mail.com wrote: > I know about the pledge(2) development, but systrace and pledge are > not mutually exclusive. Pledge need to be used inline, where systrace > can be used as a command line tool. > > If you remove it, many scripts that use systrace for privilege > reduction will

Re: Getting started with an OpenBSD Desktop...

2016-04-12 Thread Michael McConville
Implausibility wrote: > I know how to install things via the ports, but traversing the > directory structure to find useful packages is painful. If there's a > more friendly way to search for and discover new/interesting ports > packages, I'd appreciate a link. 'pkg_info -Q $YOUR_QUERY' will

Re: Smokeping performance

2016-04-11 Thread Michael McConville
Steve Shockley wrote: > I have several machines running Smokeping on OpenBSD 5.8 amd64 to > monitor latency through several web proxy servers. I have a lot of > frequent monitors (mostly curl) so performance is degrading. Opening > one of the Smokeping web pages can take 30-45 seconds at times,

Re: OS is leaking DNS

2016-03-28 Thread Michael McConville
Adam Smith wrote: > Relevant info: > > 1. OpenBSD-amd64 snapshot (install59.iso) with sha256sum of >5e8020ce150e0fba17b1eef7acc8c27d10845288b9d8c82315bd6826dc94669d and >dated March 27, 2016 >(installed OpenBSD as desktop OS) > 2. openvpn-2.3.10 > 3. firefox > 4. enabled DHCP during

Re: Ruby 1.9.3 package on OpenBSD 5.9 (snapshots) missing

2016-03-19 Thread Michael McConville
ML mail wrote: > I just noticed that there is no Ruby version 1.9.3 package anymore in > OpenBSD 5.9 (snapshots) although there is still version 1.8.7... Any > ideas why? or was it simply forgotten? https://marc.info/?t=14402593751=1=2 In the future, marc.info and your search engine of

Re: wireshark illegal instruction on older systems

2016-03-14 Thread Michael McConville
Peter Kay wrote: > Wireshark, running on -current, is dumping core ('illegal > instruction') on two separate pentium ii systems here. It's fine on a > Core2Duo running i386. > > I'm presuming it's using pentium 3 or later instructions/SSE2 etc. Has > anyone else seen this before I look at it?

Re: openbsd on an ibm power 5

2016-03-06 Thread Michael McConville
Maciej Jan Broniarz wrote: > I have an IBM INTELLISTATION 285 POWER 5+ and i was thinkig about > running OpenBSD on it. Has anyone tried it before and would so kind as > to share his experience? I think we only support Apple PowerPC machines (the macppc port). I've often wondered how easily this

Re: I'm curious, why is queue() in style()

2016-02-10 Thread Michael McConville
Luke Small wrote: > It seems to complicate things. Is there a security reason to use those > functions? They've been around for forever and have been audited. If someone rolls their own ADT implemenation, it's far more likely to have security problems.

Re: style

2016-01-30 Thread Michael McConville
Chris Bennett wrote: > Should it be done like this? > > int lflag > int*rflag > int sflag > int from_remote > char **blist > int*blist_size > int blist_addrs > char ***boof Close, but you only use spaces there. They usually start with tabs and then align with spaces,

Re: style

2016-01-30 Thread Michael McConville
Chris Bennett wrote: > > This has the downside that if you add another level of indentation, you > > either have to break the alignment or change every line. > > No, that's definitely not OK at all. I sure wouldn't want to review > diff's with code changes and full of style changes also. > > >

Re: FAQ 10.4.2 why días(1)? typo

2016-01-14 Thread Michael McConville
Halim Srama wrote: > In the first sentence of this FAQ: > http://www.openbsd.org/faq/faq10.html#doas > > I think there is a word missing: > "passwords should not shared" > should be: > "passwords should not be shared" > > I have searched the archives and didn't find any report about this.

Re: manpage typo / poll(2)

2015-12-24 Thread Michael McConville
d.l...@openmailbox.org wrote: > hi, i think this is a bug/typo in the poll(2) example: FD_SET > becomes two arguments. > > [demime 1.01d removed an attachment of type text/x-diff which had a name of > mypatch.diff] Your attachment got stripped. It's easiest just to include it at the bottom of

Re: (pretty trivial) FAQ 4 diff suggestions

2015-12-22 Thread Michael McConville
ropers wrote: > Feel free to reject the below without comment if these changes are not > deemed improvements: Thanks! I just incorporated a couple of these. I'll look through the rest soon. > --- faq4.html.orig2015-12-20 21:56:34.565914000 +0100 > +++ faq4.html2015-12-21

Re: HUAWEI dongle

2015-12-19 Thread Michael McConville
Read, James C wrote: > I just installed 5.8, I know my dongle is detected and correctly switched to > the right mode because > > a) I can see in dmesg output that the device is detected and labelled ugen0 See ugen(4). Basically, the dongle isn't supported. > b) I can see the led light

Re: HUAWEI dongle

2015-12-19 Thread Michael McConville
Michael McConville wrote: > Read, James C wrote: > > I just installed 5.8, I know my dongle is detected and correctly > > switched to the right mode because > > > > a) I can see in dmesg output that the device is detected and > > labelled ugen0 > > S

Re: dpb build box performance suggestions.

2015-12-16 Thread Michael McConville
Christian Weisgerber wrote: > On 2015-12-16, Tati Chevron wrote: > > > Our couple of build machines are both fairly standard core i5 boxes > > with 16 gb of RAM, and Corsair SSDs. The RAM seems to make more > > difference than anything else, because you can set the work > >

NetBSD in vmd

2015-12-15 Thread Michael McConville
mlarkin mentioned that he got this working. Which NetBSD releases and kernel versions have people used? I got a 7.0 netbsd-GENERIC kernel to boot, but it hung and made the host machine almost completely non-responsive. This is on a system built from source a couple hours ago.

Re: QIV is faster in Linux

2015-12-14 Thread Michael McConville
Alan Corey wrote: > If I could get logs from the mplayers would that help? I tried but it > didn't work so I skipped it. I don't know how to profile on Linux. > The machine has 4 gigs of RAM. No idea. I don't have time to help with this, but someone else might.

Re: QIV is faster in Linux

2015-12-14 Thread Michael McConville
Alan Corey wrote: > I'm thinking this is graphics slowness or filesystem slowness. Both > OpenBSD and Debian both have working mplayers, I don't know if that > could log something useful about throughput. Filesystems slowness seems unlikely to me. I'd guess that it's because of the rendering

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

2015-12-13 Thread Michael McConville
Joel Rees wrote: > Daniel Ouellet wrote: > > > Secondly, this whole thread should have ended long ago. > > > > So why you keep it going then. > > > > Let it die please > > Flame wars are educational, for readers with an open mind. Flame wars and crypto speculation also make a lot of noise and

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

2015-12-08 Thread Michael McConville
Jason Barbier wrote: > szs wrote: > > Not for security. > > For privacy. > > It is a read only site, the privacy you seek is breached as soon as > you make a DNS call to openbsd.org There are still some privacy benefits to using HTTPS. It will confound a lot of simple filtering and monitoring

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

2015-12-08 Thread Michael McConville
Ted Unangst wrote: > Michael McConville wrote: > > Jason Barbier wrote: > > > szs wrote: > > > > Not for security. > > > > For privacy. > > > > > > It is a read only site, the privacy you seek is breached as soon as > > > you

Re: Zotac ZBOX-CI540

2015-12-01 Thread Michael McConville
bluesun08 wrote: > I own a Zotac ZBOX-CI540. The installation of 5.8 works without any > problems. > > But when i reboot the ZBOX the system won't start. The HDD light > appear but the system don't find the HDD and hangs. Please share a dmesg. Let us or Freenode know if you need help with that.

Network programs that only report error codes

2015-11-30 Thread Michael McConville
I realized that this has peeved me since I started Unixing. So, if you know of anything in base that doesn't print network error strings, please share publicly and I'll try to add them.

Re: Crash in gnome-control-center on latest amd64 snapshot / packages

2015-11-28 Thread Michael McConville
Bryan C. Everly wrote: > Hi, > > I've managed to get Gnome running on a Macbook Pro Retina 13 (Macbook 11,1) > and all seems well with some exceptions. The primary among them is a crash > of gnome-control-center on startup. > > When I run it from the terminal, I get a "Floating point exception"

Re: which in /dev/* for tethering to android?

2015-11-28 Thread Michael McConville
Jason Adams wrote: > On 11/28/2015 02:07 PM, luke...@onemodel.org wrote: > > Or, is the issue that I need to think differently about and somehow > > be using ifconfig, urndis, or umsm? > > How old is this phone? > > Almost anything built in the last 3 years has wifi tethering built in. > Just

Re: The kernels of *BSD include nonfree firmware blobs?

2015-11-27 Thread Michael McConville
Drivers run on the CPU, firmware runs on the peripheral device (e.g. the network card or hard drive). BSDs reject driver blobs because they run with the same privilege and in the same address space as the rest of the kernel. Because of this, they can meddle with or corrupt the kernel. Before

Re: Install snapshot failes

2015-11-27 Thread Michael McConville
Carsten Kunze wrote: > installing a todays amd64 snapshot with image install58.fs ends with > "installboot: No blocks to load". What can be the problem? There were some slightly unstable changes made to installboot yesterday. It'll probably be fixed quickly. I'd wait and install a newer snapshot

Re: Request for a package & a feature

2015-11-27 Thread Michael McConville
Loïc BLOT wrote: > 3. OpenBSD doesn't have a DHCPv6/PD client and It's commonly used by > operators. Also, dibbler is not available in ports, whereas it works > perfect if you add a little portability patch to fix some paths > /var/lib => /var/db . Is this possible to import dibbler in ports tree

Re: OpenBSD as a pentester PC?

2015-11-26 Thread Michael McConville
Mohammad BadieZadegan wrote: > I have OpenBSD on my Notebook since 2 years ago and I don't want to > switch other OS for my business pentest project. I need some pentest > tools for my project like metasploit, fuzzers, ..etc but I could not > find them on OpenBSD package list >

Re: Roundrobin Trunking on 5.8

2015-11-26 Thread Michael McConville
Kevin Chadwick wrote: > > I have upgraded a system from 5.6 to 5.8 and found that whilst the > > children of a trunk port show output in tcpdump, the trunk port itself > > whilst looking ok in ifconfig gives no aggregated roundrobin output at > > all. Any ideas why? > > Sorry, it's not 5.8 but

Re: [OpenBSD and GUIs]

2015-11-11 Thread Michael McConville
français wrote: > Is good idea to create a user-friendly and easy-to-use variant of > OpenBSD second the hardcore OpenBSD user community? > > If no, because? My opinion: this would be useful to a lot of people, but don't expect help from upstream. Things like the lack of Linux capabilities

Re: crash with -current

2015-11-02 Thread Michael McConville
Sonic wrote: > On Mon, Nov 2, 2015 at 12:19 PM, Martin Pieuchot wrote: > > Do you have an idea how to reproduce this crash? Which program are you > > running that uses bpf? > > Not using bpf at all (that I know of), just a straightforward firewall > - pf, dhcpd, unbound. > >

Re: Per cpu utilization & KERN_CPTIME2 support in sysctl(8)

2015-10-28 Thread Michael McConville
Andrei-Marius Radu wrote: > Hello, > > I wanted to make per cpu utilization graphs (using some perl scripts) > so I ended up making this small patch (against -current) for sysctl(8) > to add support for KERN_CPTIME2. > > The per cpu utilization graphs problem can be solved in other ways, for >

Re: Per cpu utilization & KERN_CPTIME2 support in sysctl(8)

2015-10-28 Thread Michael McConville
Benny Lofgren wrote: > On 2015-10-28 15:32, Michael McConville wrote: > > Andrei-Marius Radu wrote: > >> > >> Is there anyone else who thinks this is needed/a good idea ? > > > > For what it's worth, I was porting htop recently and I think I > &

Re: Any opinion, policy or conclusion about easy and accessible MAC implementations like tomoyo or SMACK?

2015-10-28 Thread Michael McConville
> Is there any opinion, policy or conclusion about newer & easier MAC > implementation like Tomoyo or SMACK? $ man pledge That said, pledge is for trusted programs exposed to untrusted remote input, which differs from MAC frameworks meant to tame sketchy binaries.

Re: does src include sys ?

2015-10-23 Thread Michael McConville
Tuyosi Takesima wrote: > today i first time follow current . > > # cd /usr > # export CVSROOT=anon...@anoncvs.jp.openbsd.org:/cvs > # cvs -d$CVSROOT checkout -P src > cvs -d$CVSROOT checkout -P sys<--- > 1)quetion > is [cvs -d$CVSROOT checkout -P

Re: OpenBGPd error /bsd: bgpd(): syscall 105

2015-10-01 Thread Michael McConville
Atanas Vladimirov wrote: > Snapshot from sep 30 bgpd didn't startup: > Oct 1 08:32:28 ns /bsd: bgpd(28055): syscall 105 > Oct 1 08:32:28 ns bgpd[29697]: handle_pollfd: poll fd: Undefined error: 0 > Oct 1 08:32:28 ns bgpd[29697]: RDE: Lost connection to SE > Oct 1 08:32:28 ns bgpd[27739]:

Re: Which hardware to keep the level of trust ?

2015-09-27 Thread Michael McConville
Jean-Francois Simon wrote: > After having read infos about breaking into bios and other type of > attacks, has anyone info on which hardware best suits OpenBSD to avoid > unpleasanties ? > > I was thinking of PIC 32 Microchip but surely difficult to implement > an OS running into it able to

Re: top(1), ps(1): per-process CPU time accounting wrong?

2015-09-06 Thread Michael McConville
Timo Buhrmester wrote: > On -current amd64 (GENERIC and GENERIC.MP), per-process CPU time > accounting seems wrong to me, judging from watching top(1) and ps(1) > while compiling stuff. > > [...] > > Occasionally the pertinent programs do show up, but with *very* little > apparent CPU usage: >

Re: top(1), ps(1): per-process CPU time accounting wrong?

2015-09-05 Thread Michael McConville
Timo Buhrmester wrote: > On -current amd64 (GENERIC and GENERIC.MP), per-process CPU time > accounting seems wrong to me, judging from watching top(1) and ps(1) > while compiling stuff. > > The system is under load, building an OpenBSD release, but top(1) and > ps(1) look like there's not much

Re: spamassasin large CPU usage on new snapshot and a huge bayes_toks file not reported in df

2015-09-04 Thread Michael McConville
k...@kurawa.no-ip.org wrote: > Adam Wolk wrote: > > After deleting the file, restarting the service processing a single > > email brought the DB to reported size 37.9M, few emails later it's > > already reported as 113M I have a hunch that it will bloat again > > really

Re: bluetooth keyboard [was:Re: Intel Edison]

2015-09-02 Thread Michael McConville
(Was eaten by mailing list problems - resending.) ludovic coues wrote: > 2015-08-28 12:32 GMT+02:00 Quartz : > > Just out of curiosity, are there any plans to support bluetooth at > > some point in the future? > > From what I heard, there was some support in the past. But

Re: lidsuspend does not work anymore on 5.8 snapshot, garbles screen, zzz suspend works fine (longer)

2015-08-31 Thread Michael McConville
Michael McConville wrote: > I'm having a similar issue on today's AMD64 snapshot on a ThinkPad > X210. > > When I opened it the screen stayed black and there were no signs of > life other than the battery indicator. Pressing keys did nothing. I > had to power cycle. > >

Re: Ubiquiti EdgeRouter Lite

2015-08-21 Thread Michael McConville
Michael McConville wrote: This spring, I asked a few OpenBSD MIPS devs about the project's interest in a MIPS32 port for the Creator CI20. It turns out that MIPS32 support was quietly removed last year: revision 1.20 date: 2014/03/11 07:50:49; author

Re: Ubiquiti EdgeRouter Lite

2015-08-20 Thread Michael McConville
Juan Francisco Cantero Hurtado wrote: Slightly off-topic: Ubiquiti released recently a new router named EdgeRouter X. 49 USD, 5 gigabit ports, 5W, dual-core 800Mhz, 256MB. It's a MIPS32, so if some developer is looking for a new platform for OpenBSD... :P . The processor is licensed from

Re: Openbsd 5.7: IPv6 autoconf not working

2015-08-18 Thread Michael McConville
Alexandre Westfahl wrote: I have a problem with IPv6, I'm not getting public IP but router advertisement/solicitations are being exchanged. Are you sure pf isn't interfering? What does your pf.conf look like? I've had that problem in the past with IPv6.

Re: Maintaining CAs not in cert.pem

2015-07-30 Thread Michael McConville
Ted Unangst wrote: Michael McConville wrote: Another meat could be, why you're using self-signed certificates? Given the plethora of options for getting free (valid) certificates. He mentioned in his original email that it's a requirement where he works. That's common, from what I

Re: Maintaining CAs not in cert.pem

2015-07-30 Thread Michael McConville
Giancarlo Razzolini wrote: Em 30-07-2015 09:15, trondd escreveu: I guess the meat of the question is is certs.pem the only location for CAs used by the system? (ignoring application certificate stores, ie. Firefox or java). Another meat could be, why you're using self-signed

Re: lidsuspend does not work anymore on 5.8 snapshot, garbles screen, zzz suspend works fine (longer)

2015-07-29 Thread Michael McConville
I'm having a similar issue on today's AMD64 snapshot on a ThinkPad X210. When I opened it the screen stayed black and there were no signs of life other than the battery indicator. Pressing keys did nothing. I had to power cycle. The only relevant syslog entry was: Jul 29 13:29:22 thinkpad

Re: lidsuspend does not work anymore on 5.8 snapshot, garbles screen, zzz suspend works

2015-07-29 Thread Michael McConville
Gerald Hanuer wrote: When I opened it the screen stayed black and there were no signs of life other than the battery indicator. Pressing keys did nothing. I had to power cycle. I am seeing similar behavior with current built 7-28-15 and T450s. Seems that it's tentatively fixed:

Re: Intel Atom?

2015-07-27 Thread Michael McConville
Michael McConville wrote: (especially when the proxied traffic is TLS-encrypted) Disregard that clause. It's obviously the end-points that handle TLS sessions, not the exit relay.

Re: Intel Atom?

2015-07-27 Thread Michael McConville
Quartz wrote: Here's the dmesg for my Tor exit relay, which runs on a D2700. It moves about 2.0-4.5 MB/s in each direction. Hmmm that's nowhere near as fast as what we do, and not even as fast as a P3. Do you have 4,500-7,000 open connections? That slows my machine's networking down

Re: Intel Atom?

2015-07-27 Thread Michael McConville
Here's the dmesg for my Tor exit relay, which runs on a D2700. It moves about 2.0-4.5 MB/s in each direction. It seems to be running at full capacity doing so, but that's with 3,000-5,000 open files and 4,500-7,000 open connections. So, I think you'll be able to get a lot out of one of these CPUs.

Re: Patching OpenBSD 5.7

2015-07-25 Thread Michael McConville
Likely related: https://marc.info/?t=14319191082r=1w=2 We never figured it out. Building the entire system from source and reinstalling fixed it for me.

Re: Building Tor with libevent 2.x (from ports)

2015-07-23 Thread Michael McConville
On Thu, Jul 23, 2015 at 05:40:54PM +0200, nusenu wrote: as we have learned from Nicholas, OpenBSD will stay with libevent 1.4.x for the time being. Do you have any plans to make the Tor port use libevent 2.x from ports? Background: Tor on OpenBSD using libevent 1.4.15 is significantly

Re: OpenBSD release with libevent 2.x?

2015-07-22 Thread Michael McConville
On Wed, Jul 22, 2015 at 11:07:46PM +0200, nusenu wrote: there seem to be a few people that would like to run tor with libevent 2.x (currently available via ports) but failed to build tor with libevent from ports. So I'm wondering whether there are any plans to ship any of the next

Re: tor not working in 5.8 #1024

2015-07-14 Thread Michael McConville
On Wed, Jul 15, 2015 at 02:28:38AM +0200, L.R. D.S. wrote: The package is from http://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/snapshots/packages/i386/ [...] OpenBSD 5.8-beta (GENERIC.MP) #1024: Tue Jul 14 00:44:38 MDT 2015 dera...@i386.openbsd.org:/usr/src/sys/arch/i386/compile/GENERIC.MP cpu0:

Re: tor not working in 5.8 #1024

2015-07-14 Thread Michael McConville
On Wed, Jul 15, 2015 at 02:28:38AM +0200, L.R. D.S. wrote: I did the update of a box today, from 5.7 to 5.8 snapshot. Everything is working fine, except the tor package. On 5.7 it work normally, without any additional configurations, but in 5.8 it cannot complete connections. I watched my

Re: tor not working in 5.8 #1024

2015-07-14 Thread Michael McConville
On Wed, Jul 15, 2015 at 05:36:30AM +0200, Peter Hessler wrote: On 2015 Jul 15 (Wed) at 05:27:37 +0200 (+0200), L.R. D.S. wrote: Not that nice. This hardware have many fancy things like UEFI and intel ME. I run i386 mostly because the /amd64.html say that it is thus safer to run those

Re: SOHO IPv6 router problems

2015-07-13 Thread Michael McConville
On Mon, Jul 13, 2015 at 04:39:39PM +, Christian Weisgerber wrote: On 2015-07-02, Patrik Lundin pat...@sigterm.se wrote: In summary, using the following commands (together with ip6 forwarding enabled) allows us to have a working setup without any other manual intervention: === #

Re: SOHO IPv6 router problems

2015-07-13 Thread Michael McConville
On Mon, Jul 13, 2015 at 03:12:50PM -0300, Giancarlo Razzolini wrote: The client doesn't need inbound UDP ports to be open. The OpenBSD firewall do, if you're using DHCPv6 to configure it. If using SLAAC, only RS and RA icmp messages are needed. Since stateless configuration is done using

Re: mail server on rental server , cannot send gmail.com

2015-07-10 Thread Michael McConville
On Sat, Jul 11, 2015 at 05:53:42AM +0900, Tuyosi Takesima wrote: i can send and recieve mail by using mail server on rental server . namely send to tuy...@openbsd.link recieve from tuy...@openbsd.link but now state , i cannot send mail to x...@gmail.com becase of

Re: dhclient.conf does not appear to support resolv.conf formatting for nameservers on non-standard port

2015-07-09 Thread Michael McConville
On Thu, Jul 09, 2015 at 10:01:01PM -0600, Theo de Raadt wrote: The 4.4BSD chflags model of security on inodes is unmaintained, and the utilitization of this is not realized OpenBSD. To be honest, I doubt any of us see much benefit in it, relative to other features of the system. When you

Re: out of memory and login.conf logging

2015-06-25 Thread Michael McConville
On Thu, Jun 25, 2015 at 05:06:32PM +0200, nusenu wrote: would I see any log entries in /var/log/messages if the system runs out of memory and kills a process or if a limit in /etc/login.conf has been overstepped by a process? It should be easy to test this yourself. See login.conf(5) and the

Re: Any books about OpenBSD ARM programming?

2015-06-24 Thread Michael McConville
On Wed, Jun 24, 2015 at 05:26:10PM +0200, Piotr Kubaj wrote: Hi all, I'm mainly a FreeBSD user but want to learn OpenBSD. I'm also interested in basic electronics, like programming own thermometer. That's why I want to install OpenBSD on my BeagleBone Black and write some simple programs

Re: OpenBSD 58-beta

2015-06-18 Thread Michael McConville
On Thu, Jun 18, 2015 at 09:18:31PM +0500, dmitry.sensei wrote: First feature :) I can't load latest OpenBSD.iso. Unending stream Process (pid 1) got signal 4 This has been happening. There was a thread about it yesterday. Theo advised everyone on tech@ to just wait a few days.

Re: AMD64 Snapshot Issues

2015-06-17 Thread Michael McConville
This is how it goes with snaps. You should not complain. If team managed to build it, it does not mean that it IS stable. I'v been in this situation several times. There are no one to blame. You should ever stay away from snaps or be prepared to fix problems by yourself. No one is

AMD64 Snapshot Issues

2015-06-17 Thread Michael McConville
About twelve hours ago, I downloaded and installed the latest AMD64 snapshot (#1063 in /etc/motd). When booting it hits an infinite loop, repeatedly printing Process (pid 1) got signal 4 to the console. When I boot to a snapshot ramdisk or bsd.rd now, it hangs at root on rd0a swap on rd0b dump on

Error when compiling libcrypto after 003_openssl.patch

2015-05-17 Thread Michael McConville
Three weeks ago, I manually upgraded a dedicated server from 5.6 to 5.7. I couldn't use the ramdisk because I have a budget provider that effectively doesn't offer KVM access. I followed the published instructions carefully and everything seems to be working. Patch 002 applied and built cleanly,