Re: OpenBSD Puffy Stickers

2017-11-30 Thread Richard Thornton
I don't like stickers on my computers. I don't do bumper stickers either. On Thu, Nov 30, 2017 at 11:29 PM, Theo de Raadt wrote: > > My goal is not to rip off anyone, but to help the project. > > You cannot help the project by begging on a mailing list that > I partake in

Re: Installer overwrites partition table

2016-08-24 Thread Richard Thornton
‎It's true that OpenBSD works wonderfully under VMware, especially under a Linux host.   It's so good in fact, I see no logical reason to use OpenBSD any other‎ way because it frees me from driver & firmware he'll; it's true that native performance is probably better, but now I can use OpenBSD as

Lenovo B590

2016-07-30 Thread Richard Thornton
I was able to easily install OpenBSD 5.9 RELEASE amd64 to this circa 2011 Lenovo laptop with core i3, Intel Graphics, 8GB of memory, 320GB HD; Unfortunately the Broadcom wireless will not work, but the ethernet works, trying to understand how to add a usb wireless to it. Sound works, and resume

Belkin N300

2016-07-30 Thread Richard Thornton
Does this USB wireless add-o, which uses a realtek chipset, work with OpenBSD?‎The installer sees it, the firmware fails to load. Thanks, Richard

Re: Is true that the BSD developers were inspired to make their code free software by the example of the GNU Project, and explicit appeals from GNU activists helped persuade them?

2016-02-16 Thread Richard Thornton
I would read McKusick's book on FreeBSD. He gives a good historical accounting of the BSD's. Also the book Raymond's book "The Cathedral and the Bazaar".  Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone on the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network.   Original Message   From: Jorge Luis Sent: Tuesday, February

Re: A branded USB stick as an alternative to the CD set?

2015-12-02 Thread Richard Thornton
I have no clue what a hackathon costs, any ballpark averages? Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone on the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network.   Original Message   From: Theo de Raadt Sent: Wednesday, December 2, 2015 11:11 AM To: Donald Allen Cc: Theo de Raadt; misc; Richard Thornton Subject: Re

Re: A branded USB stick as an alternative to the CD set?

2015-11-30 Thread Richard Thornton
The reality is obvious - most users of open source are pure unadulterated free loaders.  Nobody pays but we all use it.   That includes very large corporations as well.  Torvalds solved it the old fashioned way;  he is an employee of his own foundation.  McKusick sells training videos.  All I can

Re: Paris..

2015-11-14 Thread Richard Thornton
France is screwed and perhaps Europe, translation, WWIII, unless they get their Muslim problem under control ASAP. Glad I don't live there. Let's not forget Mr. Roy who went back home to Bangladesh for an award, or Van Gogh walking down a street in Amsterdam. Are France‎ and the few remaining Euro

Avahi daemon, dbus daemon

2015-10-24 Thread Richard Thornton
I am now using the 5.8 release. I have tried to start avahi in my rc.conf.local file but it always fails to load. In 5.7 I never had this problem. What's the correct way to load these daemons? Sent from my BlackBerry ;10 smartphone on the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network.

Re: CD's arrived

2015-10-15 Thread Richard Thornton
I know I paid for a 5.8 disk, but I have never received it. Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone on the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network.   Original Message   From: Carl Trachte Sent: Wednesday, October 14, 2015 10:36 PM To: OpenBSD general usage list Subject: Re: CD's arrived Tucson, Arizona

Re: CD's arrived

2015-10-15 Thread Richard Thornton
I spoke too soon earlier - mine arrived today as well! 10/15/2015. Princeton area, NJ On 10/15/15 14:26, Vijay Sankar wrote: Quoting Carl Trachte : Tucson, Arizona On Tue, Oct 13, 2015 at 5:25 PM, Ralph Siegler wrote: On Wed, 07 Oct 2015

Re: CD's arrived

2015-10-08 Thread Richard Thornton
I am in NJ. Have not received anything yet. RT Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone on the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network.   Original Message   From: Raf Czlonka Sent: Wednesday, October 7, 2015 2:38 PM To: misc@openbsd.org Subject: Re: CD's arrived On Wed, Oct 07, 2015 at 03:51:28PM BST, M

Re: Native EFI Bootloader Support

2015-09-13 Thread Richard Thornton
There are no "one size fits all" OS's; why would we need one? That's why we have networks! Richard Thornton

Accessing USB with OpenBSD 5.7/amd64

2015-08-23 Thread Richard Thornton
When this test box, a Sempron 3400 begins to boot, USB is recognized: OpenBSD 5.7 (RAMDISK_CD) #806: Sun Mar 8 11:08:49 MDT 2015 dera...@amd64.openbsd.org:/usr/src/sys/arch/amd64/compile/RAMDISK_CD real mem = 3404660736 (3246MB) avail mem = 3312402432 (3158MB) mainbus0 at root bios0 at

Re: Start isc_named earlier

2015-08-23 Thread Richard Thornton
To: secularsolutions...@gmail.com Subject: Re: Start isc_named earlier I am really sorry, but don't. .. I was hijacking your message to right a new question and then i happened to move my finger the wrong way and boom send... Sorry On Sun Aug 23 18:47:32 2015 GMT+0200, Richard Thornton wrote

Re: USB mouse spontaneously detaching

2015-08-17 Thread Richard Thornton
If you have xscreensaver installed, that definitely does not always play nice with mice and keyboards;   perhaps it's something like that. Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone on the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network.   Original Message   From: Luciano Rottava da Silva Sent: Monday, August 17,

Re: lxde

2015-08-14 Thread Richard Thornton
‎In the spirit of George box, all code is shitty, but some ‎is ok. Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone on the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network.   Original Message   From: Joseph Oficre Sent: Friday, August 14, 2015 12:05 PM To: OpenBSD misc Subject: lxde Hello, friends. Can someone teel me why

Purchase/download a CD-ROM web page

2015-07-25 Thread Richard Thornton
This page still references version 5.6; just letting you know.

Re: SPARC minimum hardware specification

2015-07-21 Thread Richard Thornton
I have dismantled my Sun Blade 100, circa 2002 era, and I have the (4) 500 MG memory sticks, keyboard, mouse, monitor, CD player, and the two original stock 15 GB IDE drives.  If anyone wants the parts, let me know. It was occasionally‎ a noisy box. I kept mine in a metal enclosure for medium

Re: which netbook not to buy?

2015-07-15 Thread Richard Thornton
I am glad that stinkpad argument is settled . How about discussing OpenBSD? I find that codeblocks core dumps every time . Would it dump less on Asus? Cause it dumps a lot on my Lenovo VM. On Wed, Jul 15, 2015, 8:48 PM Артур Истомин art.is...@yandex.ru wrote: On Wed, Jul

My Compaq Sempron 3400+

2015-07-11 Thread Richard Thornton
I finally got this up running 64 bit; I have only $75 tied up in this box and it runs very well on 64 bit OpenBSD 5.7; I tried other OS's such as Ubuntu FreeBSD, but based on my informal trial error, OpenBSD is still the reigning OS for this type of hardware. As a disclaimer - I am OS

Re: Microsoft Now OpenBSD Foundation Gold Contributor

2015-07-10 Thread Richard Thornton
Check out this on fossforce... http://fossforce.com/2015/07/microsoft-writes-check-free-oscon-passes/#more-1253135 I thought this online blog was only interestedin linux, but apparently its focus is much larger. On Fri, 10 Jul 2015, Joel Rees wrote: I see, now, how my post was

RStudio

2015-07-02 Thread Richard Thornton
Has anybody built RStudio for OpenBSD? Richard

32bit vs. 64bit on older 64bit processors (fwd)

2015-06-29 Thread Richard Thornton
-- Forwarded message -- Date: Mon, 29 Jun 2015 00:36:19 -0400 (EDT) From: Richard Thornton rthor...@secularsolutionsllc.com To: misc@openbsd.org Subject: 32bit vs. 64bit on older 64bit processors A friend gave me a fully functioning Compaq Sempron 3400+; he has 1.2GB installed

Re: integrity of commercial CD set

2015-01-14 Thread Richard Thornton
I bought a can of this paint from a hardware store up in Lake Louise last week. On Wed, 14 Jan 2015, Theo de Raadt wrote: On 2015-01-14, mar...@martinbrandenburg.com mar...@martinbrandenburg.com wrote: Buying a CD in my case includes a 5.000 mile trip through multiple five-eyes nations,

Re: What exactly is sigtramp?

2015-01-14 Thread Richard Thornton
See page 159 of the recent second edition of McKusick's book on the BSD kernel. It's FreeBSD centric, but its the same concepts. On Jan 14, 2015 6:31 PM, Theo de Raadt dera...@cvs.openbsd.org wrote: at [1], I read something about 'Sigtramp separation' within the W^X transition. I only

ndpi with ntop

2014-05-05 Thread Richard Thornton
Hi, Does anybody know of any integration between PF and ndpi? I would love to be able to block by application (bittorrent, skype...) in PF! If there is nothing out there, would it be a lot of work, is ndpi already working in OpenBSD? Thanks. Richard

Re: Sorry OpenBSD people, been a bit busy

2013-10-09 Thread Richard Thornton
have never advocated military action in any of their lands, except to get bin laden in 2002. On Wed, 9 Oct 2013, Zé Loff wrote: On Oct 9, 2013, at 12:15 AM, Scott McEachern sc...@blackstaff.ca wrote: On 10/08/13 17:38, Richard Thornton wrote: I am not flippant enough to say that the NSA

Re: Sorry OpenBSD people, been a bit busy

2013-10-09 Thread Richard Thornton
You're right! I am outa here! Bye! On Wed, Oct 9, 2013 at 7:18 AM, Peter Hessler phess...@theapt.org wrote: This has gotten massively off topic. Can we please let the thread end here?

Re: Sorry OpenBSD people, been a bit busy

2013-10-08 Thread Richard Thornton
I am not flippant enough to say that the NSA revelations do not matter, but what are we supposed to do? The Middle Eastern terrorism threat is real and we need to be able to stop them anyway necessary. All it takes is one of them to hit every Walmart in the neighborhood, buy every pay-as-you-go

Re: Sorry OpenBSD people, been a bit busy

2013-10-08 Thread Richard Thornton
The NSA is just a backdrop against the real corruption, which guys like Sen. Ted Cruz, who intentionally manipulate the markets by threatening to default on USA debt. Only an idiot would not assume these Senators are selling their stocks before this stupid debate, drive the markets down, buy on

Re: Sorry OpenBSD people, been a bit busy

2013-10-07 Thread Richard Thornton
I am glad to know that it is a parody account; You can easily go to court, in order to force Twitter to give up the names contact info of those responsible for the parody account if you would like to sue, but then any off-color public remarks you have actually made could be turned against you.

Re: mailx : mime handling?

2013-09-25 Thread Richard Thornton
I like both pine/alpine; Both compile with no tweaking. Richard On Wed, 25 Sep 2013, Eric Johnson wrote: On Wed, 25 Sep 2013, Dmitrij D. Czarkoff wrote: Mayuresh Kathe said: hi, how do mailx users currently handle mime? They don't. They install mutt, s-nail or whatever. pine/alpine

Re: update my box and Cinnamon avaible

2013-09-22 Thread Richard Thornton
I do not think that Cinnamon is available with OpenBSD. But, I could easily be wrong. On Sun, 22 Sep 2013, Roelof Wobben wrote: Hello, Before I try OpenBSd I have two questions. 1) The manual says that I can use pkg -upgrade But how do I know which packages can be updated or which

general ports question

2013-09-18 Thread Richard Thornton
So if one has a 5.3 release system running, but finds a desired package in say 5.1, will pkg_add work on this, assuming I adjust the PKG_PATH to point to a 5.1 package folder? Or will doing this cause other instabilities? Thanks, Richard

Re: pkg_add hung?

2013-09-15 Thread Richard Thornton
sometimes a mirror will time out, I have seen this, so I swap between ftp3.usa.openbsd.org and ftp5.usa.openbsd.org; I have had very good response from both of these; alos sometimes, a file is missing, and this throws an error. Then I switch mirrors, kill the pkg_add process and restart

thunar-settings

2013-09-14 Thread Richard Thornton
This file located in /usr/local/bin seems to prevent thunar from working properly on sparc64, when xfce is running under a user. When xfce is running under a root account, there is no problem. On amd64, there is no issue period. On my sparc box, I removed this file, and now thunar works

install5x.iso

2013-09-13 Thread Richard Thornton
I am curious - given that OpenBSD ships each RELEASE with X , but applications like Firefox will not work without installing another DE, like XFCE; why not ship OpenBSD with the basic X, but with the necessary libraries to allow FireFox to run and other applications like R to output graphics?

Re: install5x.iso

2013-09-13 Thread Richard Thornton
and it still was not done. On Fri, Sep 13, 2013 at 11:19 AM, Gregor Best g...@ring0.de wrote: On Fri, Sep 13, 2013 at 10:06:10AM -0400, Richard Thornton wrote: I am curious - given that OpenBSD ships each RELEASE with X , but applications like Firefox will not work without installing another DE

thunar-archive-0.3.0p3 sparc64

2013-09-03 Thread Richard Thornton
FYI: Trying to pkg_add this package for sparc64 using the ftp3.usa.openbsd.org failed due to a broken package but ftp5.usa.openbsd.orgwas ok.

Compiling BOINC/Seti@Home for OpenBSD 5.3 Sparc64

2013-08-29 Thread Richard Thornton
My Sun Blade 100, has a fresh install of 5.3, and its very good, much better than 5.1; XFCE is very stable and R is much better than prior ports. you guys did a great job! Now this computer sits running actively, with nothing to do! So lets run Seti on it, but alas, no recent binary for OpenBSD

Re: From the military propaganda department

2013-05-30 Thread Richard Thornton
Time to drink a beer and chill out, dude! Sent from my BlackBerry 10 smartphone on the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network. From: Justin LindbergSent: Saturday, May 25, 2013 2:01 PMTo: misc@openbsd.orgReply To: Justin LindbergSubject: From the military propaganda department Excuse the Yahoo

Re: Latest ThinkPad model fully compatible with OpenBSD out of the box?

2012-03-24 Thread Richard Thornton
Thats an old box. On Saturday, March 24, 2012, Jeremy O'Brien obrien6...@gmail.com wrote: On Thu, Sep 22, 2011 at 09:12:11AM -0700, James Hozier wrote: What's the latest ThinkPad that OpenBSD can be installed on, and have everything functional without having to tweak any special settings within

Re: My OpenBSD 5.0 installation experience (long rant)

2012-03-07 Thread Richard Thornton
Multi boot systems are definitely more risky to assemble; I prefer use of VM's instead. On Wed, Mar 7, 2012 at 12:09 PM, Donald Allen donaldcal...@gmail.comwrote: While the FAQ is indeed clear, the installer's simplicity appears at that point a little deceptive, in that one (I know I was) is

Re: Hidden Long Filenames and mount_cd9660

2012-02-19 Thread Richard Thornton
Why not find a Windows box to dump the data to a Linux server? Problem solved. On Feb 19, 2012 8:54 AM, Nick Guenther n...@kousu.ca wrote: Hiya misc@, Upfront: if you have something useful to say, CC me, please. I haven't been on this list in a while, managing to solve my own shit before

Re: Compiling R from source

2012-02-08 Thread Richard Thornton
Thats a great tip. Thanks. On Feb 8, 2012 5:32 AM, Zi Loff zel...@zeloff.org wrote: Just in case Richard Thornton is still listening, on OpenBSD 5.0 (i386) I managed to compile R properly using the aforementioned patch to the tre sources and passing '--with-cairo=no' as configure option

Compiling R from source

2012-02-03 Thread Richard Thornton
Using OpenBSD 5 on an old sparc 64 sun blade, I am trying to compile R from source, downloaded from the cran-r website; The ./configure works, but make always fails. I realize that there is a R package available already but it is a 2008 version, and it has terrible graphics, anyone have a more

adding icewm

2012-02-02 Thread Richard Thornton
How do I add this window manager? RT

Re: sparc64/164226: Data corruption on 9.0-RELEASE when reading from CDROM

2012-01-27 Thread Richard Thornton
I have no idea what that even is. On Jan 27, 2012 4:56 PM, Marius Strobl mar...@alchemy.franken.de wrote: On Fri, Jan 27, 2012 at 04:52:33PM -0500, Richard Thornton wrote: Openbsd sparc64 installs flawlessly Does it also use ATA_CAM? Marius

sparc64 5.0

2012-01-24 Thread Richard Thornton
Now that I have it setup with the correct package path, etc, I am finding out 5.0 is much better than 4.9 was; Someone recently told me that Solaris uses SMI labels on its disks, is this the same with OpenBSD? RT

Re: OpenBSD 5.0-current (GENERIC) #65: Thu Nov 3 00:58:36 MDT 2011

2012-01-21 Thread Richard Thornton
precious inbox. Nick Holland n...@holland-consulting.net wrote: On 01/20/12 13:43, Richard Thornton wrote: Eureka! You were right, I was using the *wrong* 5.0 release.. You keep using words...that do not mean what you think they mean. PLEASE read and understand FAQ5.1. Its really, really

Re: OpenBSD 5.0-current (GENERIC) #65: Thu Nov 3 00:58:36 MDT 2011

2012-01-21 Thread Richard Thornton
question is judged accordingly. One is either lazy or can't read, or too stupid to read the very well written FAQS, etc.. Whatever, so you guys have a great OS for yourselves. Excellent. On Sat, Jan 21, 2012 at 12:22 PM, Jan Stary h...@stare.cz wrote: On Jan 21 09:44:14, Richard Thornton wrote

Re: OpenBSD 5.0-current (GENERIC) #65: Thu Nov 3 00:58:36 MDT 2011

2012-01-20 Thread Richard Thornton
Eureka! You were right, I was using the *wrong* 5.0 release.. Richard On Thu, Jan 19, 2012 at 11:58 AM, Otto Moerbeek o...@drijf.net wrote: On Thu, Jan 19, 2012 at 11:50:08AM -0500, Richard Thornton wrote: Is this the most recent current version for sparc64 and does this imply that I

Re: error report when installing gnome on openbsd 5.0

2012-01-19 Thread Richard Thornton
so PKG_PATH = ftp://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/5.0/packages/sparc64/ export PKG_PATH will that AUTOMATICALLY use correct psackages for sparc64 on a CLEAN (from the CDROM 11/2011) 5.0 install On Thu, Jan 19, 2012 at 5:22 AM, Stuart Henderson s...@spacehopper.orgwrote: On 2012/01/19

OpenBSD 5.0-current (GENERIC) #65: Thu Nov 3 00:58:36 MDT 2011

2012-01-19 Thread Richard Thornton
Is this the most recent current version for sparc64 and does this imply that I have the true current kernel running, thus my PKG_PATH should be set to pull for the current set of packages?

Re: claimed 5.0 problems on sparc64 (was Re: Upgrading AMD64 4.9-stable to 5.0)

2012-01-13 Thread Richard Thornton
, but it needs it I am sure to install the package. I used the vanillia CD straight off the openbsd website for sparc64. Not sure what your suggestions will be, but this is not what the docs claim will be the case. On Tue, Dec 20, 2011 at 7:49 AM, Richard Thornton thornton.rich...@gmail.com wrote

Re: claimed 5.0 problems on sparc64 (was Re: Upgrading AMD64 4.9-stable to 5.0)

2012-01-13 Thread Richard Thornton
keeps looking for library c.60.1 which does not exist in a vanilla 5.0 install. On Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 10:38 PM, Nick Holland n...@holland-consulting.netwrote: On 12/19/11 14:39, Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2011-12-19, Richard Thornton thornton.rich...@gmail.com wrote: Do a simple clean

Re: claimed 5.0 problems on sparc64 (was Re: Upgrading AMD64 4.9-stable to 5.0)

2012-01-13 Thread Richard Thornton
the following: dmesg, echo $PKG_PATH, pkg_info, pkg_add -i gnome-session On Fri, Jan 13, 2012 at 11:48 AM, Richard Thornton thornton.rich...@gmail.com wrote: keeps looking for library c.60.1 which does not exist in a vanilla 5.0 install. On Mon, Dec 19, 2011 at 10:38 PM, Nick

Re: Where do I buy Lemote Loongson/Godson MIPS hardware? (was Re: Longsoon/Godson MIPS boxes, where to buy?)

2012-01-05 Thread Richard Thornton
they seem to be well made but debian linux is unstable. On Thu, Jan 5, 2012 at 4:49 PM, Chris Cappuccio ch...@nmedia.net wrote: It anyone wants to go right to Lemote and start selling on Amazon or direct in your area, they were priced at $280/ea in 10 qty about 2 years ago. So they're

Re: Longsoon/Godson MIPS boxes, where to buy?

2012-01-02 Thread Richard Thornton
You need some fucking valium. On Jan 2, 2012 12:17 PM, Nomen Nescio nob...@dizum.com wrote: 1) you have no idea what it costs them to make one And you do, right? 2) pure production cost isn't the entire picture Why not? They're using their own chip design. I doubt they pay MIPS.inc for

Re: Longsoon/Godson MIPS boxes, where to buy?

2012-01-01 Thread Richard Thornton
What is the point of this thread? Huh? MIPS licenses the technology to a Chinese fabricator; They make the chips and they are used in a very open source netbook which Lemote happens to sell.; Stallman himself uses one. From his perspective, from an article I read, he stated he uses one because

Re: Longsoon/Godson MIPS boxes, where to buy?

2011-12-30 Thread Richard Thornton
most netbooks with Intel Atom retail in the $250 to $400 range; what's your damage? On Fri, Dec 30, 2011 at 7:39 AM, Anonymous Remailer (austria) mixmas...@remailer.privacy.at wrote: i saw them on face book and amazon also 250 500 us dollars Like Kurt Russell said, That's TOO FUCKING

Re: I want buy labtop ,work OpenBSD, wireless network must work

2011-12-30 Thread Richard Thornton
buy an i3 instead, but what is the deign flaw which cannot be fixed via microcode updates? On Fri, Dec 30, 2011 at 10:16 PM, STeve Andre' and...@msu.edu wrote: On 12/30/11 21:23, Kevin Chadwick wrote: On Fri, 30 Dec 2011 04:42:43 -0500 STeve Andre' wrote: It's not the newest model, but

Re: claimed 5.0 problems on sparc64 (was Re: Upgrading AMD64 4.9-stable to 5.0)

2011-12-20 Thread Richard Thornton
I used the advice from the blog called gab software. Perhaps he was wrong. I am willing to reinstall. I have no personal data to lose on this old box. Nick Holland n...@holland-consulting.net wrote: On 12/19/11 14:39, Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2011-12-19, Richard Thornton thornton.rich

Re: Where to buy Lemote FuLoong MIPS boxes?

2011-12-15 Thread Richard Thornton
Fritz Wuehler wrote: diana Hey diana, how about a fucking blowjob? You're not good for anything else so let's see how you are at that. Am I missing something here? fucking(blowjob(*p)) ?

Re: Where to buy Lemote FuLoong MIPS boxes?

2011-12-13 Thread Richard Thornton
Try www.tekmote.nl Richard On Tue, Dec 13, 2011 at 2:44 PM, Nomen Nescio nob...@dizum.com wrote: The prices at the official European shop in the Netherlands are sky high. I thought this was supposed to be a 150 dollar PC. Does anybody have a good cheap source for these or other MIPS

Re: Narcicism?

2011-12-02 Thread Richard Thornton
I came to openbsd only recently trying to find a modern OS which will run on my old sun blade 100. I wanted to use a linux but the only current linux for sparc64 is debian 6.03 and it seems incompatible with the rage xl video on the sun blade giving me out of sync errors. Openbsd seems to

Re: Narcicism?

2011-12-02 Thread Richard Thornton
Not looking for free support or any support. This box is merely a toy. I have two laptops both 64 bit for serious work. On Dec 2, 2011 6:34 AM, Rudolf Leitgeb rudolf.leit...@gmx.at wrote: Am Freitag, 2. Dezember 2011, 06:13:42 schrieb Richard Thornton: I came to openbsd only recently trying

Re: Narcicism?

2011-12-02 Thread Richard Thornton
All this talk about who is a bigger hacker is like muscle flexing in the mirror. On Dec 2, 2011 4:29 PM, David Riley fraveyd...@gmail.com wrote: On Dec 2, 2011, at 4:20 PM, Dmitrij Czarkoff wrote: On Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 10:11 PM, David Riley fraveyd...@gmail.com wrote: one has to know C

Re: Narcicism?

2011-12-02 Thread Richard Thornton
I wonder how much c++ the Russian programmer from Goldman is doing these days?! On Dec 2, 2011 4:35 PM, Tekk t...@parlementum.net wrote: It's that way in the US too, afaict(C is 'deprecated') On Fri, 2 Dec 2011, Dmitrij Czarkoff wrote: On Fri, Dec 2, 2011 at 10:11 PM, David Riley

Re: Narcicism?

2011-12-01 Thread Richard Thornton
I have known geniuses who were computer illiterate. On Dec 1, 2011 5:58 PM, Eric Oyen eric.o...@gmail.com wrote: like any other population, we have our parrots, non-thinkers, OCD, Bi-polar, stupid or the otherwise normal. we also have more than a few extremely intelligent people. one thing

brand-bag.inc

2009-08-23 Thread Richard Thornton
Dear, Hope you everything goes well.I find a good company to buy Louis vuitton,Gucci,Chanel,bags,wallet etc... products recently. Now it is under sales promotion.they provide the attractive service and price to customers! It is really a good chance for shopping. Just grasp the opportunity, Now or

Re: Important OpenBSD errata

2007-03-16 Thread Richard Thornton
Hi I have donated, my hard earned. I don't involve myself commercially in OBSD but I listen. This is idiotic, a big hole was found and the devs pissed about because they didn't want to admit it. OBSD's strength is in being open, be open. Move on and end this. Theo, chill out. Cheers Rich

4.0 stable FTP client not working

2007-02-05 Thread Richard Thornton
Hi I have a PC that I recently installed OpenBSD (OpenBSD openbsd.acme.com 4.0 GENERIC.MP#936 i386) on, which is great stuff, only problem I have is ftp does not work? So i try ftp x.x.x.x and I see my PC in my firewall logs accessing 127.0.0.1:8021, is something to do with ftp-proxy? This PC

Re: ipcomp

2007-01-24 Thread Richard Thornton
Thanks Jason, Can someone tell me is ipcomp working, if so, how do I use it and does it support deflate? Cheers Richard On 23/01/07, Jason McIntyre [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tue, Jan 23, 2007 at 01:04:51PM +1100, Richard Thornton wrote: Just trying to ascertain if ipcomp(4) is fully

ipcomp

2007-01-22 Thread Richard Thornton
Hi Just trying to ascertain if ipcomp(4) is fully integrated with ipsecctl(8), if it is can someone detail the ipsec.conf(5) config to use it, also does it support RFC2394 IP Payload Compression Using DEFLATE? Thanks for your time. Kind Regards Richard Thornton

OpenBSD dropping individual packets

2006-12-22 Thread Richard Thornton
Hi OpenBSD rocks and I have donated to this great cause :-) Hope you can help. So I have the following setup: DMZ | | LAN-OpenBSD/PF/Snort?--Internet So in a nutshell I want to drop packets (not sessions) that match a IDS