Re: Keeping a personal ports branch

2021-10-15 Thread Rubén Llorente
Marc Espie wrote: > On Fri, Oct 15, 2021 at 10:25:17AM -0000, Rubén Llorente wrote: >> Hi there! >> >> I am wondering how does people around here keep local branches of the ports >> tree for personal use. >> > > Put your own ports into mystuff... >

Keeping a personal ports branch

2021-10-15 Thread Rubén Llorente
Hi there! I am wondering how does people around here keep local branches of the ports tree for personal use. The reason I am asking is because I keep some patched ports which are suited to solve my problems, but not suited (or useful) for submission to the official ports tree. Ideally I would

Libsecret + gnome-keyring + qykeychain broken (was nextcloudclient fails to work with gnome-keyring)

2021-09-25 Thread Rubén Llorente
the primary function expected from it. Since interest in having this working is low I am staying with my workaround of using kwalletd5 instead. If anybody is willing to debug this problem further I am willing to provide more information. Rubén Llorente wrote: > I have reproduced the issue in Flux

Re: nextcloudclient fails to work with gnome-keyring

2021-09-24 Thread Rubén Llorente
/somedomain.invalid/:0; chunk "0" "Unknown error" "Unknown Error" is returned by qtkeychain when unable to operate its backend. Either there is a problem with libsecret or the PEBKAC level is astronomical at this point. Rubén Llorente wrote: > Hello there! >

nextcloudclient fails to work with gnome-keyring

2021-09-22 Thread Rubén Llorente
Hello there! I have been testing some machine for deployment as a workstation. I have set up XFCE4 as a desktop environment (which is launched by my .xsession file). I have also set nextcloudclient and installed gnome-keyring-daemon. I have found that Nextcloud Client is unable to leverage

Program getting stuck at sqlite3_exec()

2021-01-29 Thread Rubén Llorente
Hello! I am porting a stupid program to OpenBSD and found a roadblock. The program is a terminal game launcher. It is intended to serve roguelike games over telnet or SSH.The main project site is http://github.com/paxed/dgamelaunch. So far I have sanitized the autoconf config file to use

Patch for crypt(3) man page.

2021-01-21 Thread Rubén Llorente
Hello everybody. I have been porting a stupid old program to OpenBSD. I hit a bit or a road block because this program uses crypt() but the man page at OpenBSD is not clear enough regarding a couple of details. Specifically: the man page does not provide a clear explanation of the format in

Re: Recommendations for USB Barcode Scanner and Thermal Receipt Printer

2020-08-15 Thread Rubén Llorente
wrote: > On 2020-07-29, Rubén Llorente wrote: >> Thank you for the advice. I will search for those ones and see what I can >> find. >> >> I still need to solve the printer issue. So far it looks like receipt >> printers use very simple interfaces. Somebo

Re: Recommendations for USB Barcode Scanner and Thermal Receipt Printer

2020-08-01 Thread Rubén Llorente
That sounds cool. I was considering a network printer, whit the POS here is not going to be networked. Out of curiosity, which printer it is that you are using? ibs...@ripsbusker.no.eu.org wrote: > So I would not need to deal with USB printers anymore, I got a thermal > printer with an

Re: Recommendations for USB Barcode Scanner and Thermal Receipt Printer

2020-07-29 Thread Rubén Llorente
you can get the documentation for it, as these are > often configurable (eg. continuous vs. triggered scanning) via scanning > special barcodes. > > John > > > On Sun, Jul 26, 2020 at 07:20 Erling Westenvik > wrote: > >> On Sat, Jul 25, 2020 at 08:47:4

Recommendations for USB Barcode Scanner and Thermal Receipt Printer

2020-07-25 Thread Rubén Llorente
Hello, I am considering to set a Point of Sale (POS) solution for a small business. Given the chance I'd like to use OpenBSD for it. It is supposed to be very basic and the software would be a web application running in a remote server. No pole screen or cash drawer support is required. This

Re: pass 'password manager' problem

2020-02-24 Thread Rubén Llorente
: > [-- text/plain, encoding 8bit, charset: utf-8, 61 lines --] > > Hi > >>From: Rubén Llorente >>To: misc@openbsd.org >>Subject: Re: pass 'password manager' problem >>Date: Fri, 21 Feb 2020 16:22:37 - (UTC) >> >>Do you have a ~.gnupg/gpg.co

Re: pass 'password manager' problem

2020-02-21 Thread Rubén Llorente
Do you have a ~.gnupg/gpg.conf ? Pass works fine for me. Shadrock Uhuru wrote: > [-- text/plain, encoding 7bit, charset: utf-8, 6 lines --] > > running 'pass username' returns > "gpg: Sorry, we are in batchmode - can't get input", > am i missing a piece of software or setting ? > > shadrock >

Re: Smartphone Alternatives

2020-02-18 Thread Rubén Llorente
Hi there. I have yet to see a smartphone I would trust with anything important. Nowadays I have a real laptop for computer stuff and leech free wifi, and a Nokia feature phone from 2016. I tried to get an Android phone into a "secure state" by replacing the OS with LineageOS, but the Android

Re: Thinking of changing DNS Service provider, looking for recommendations

2020-01-07 Thread Rubén Llorente
If it is for your personal use only, you can have a look at the Opennic Project. They have an alternate DNS structure separated for the regular DNS Root. They provide Dynamic DNS for their .dyn unofficial TDL. It is free of charge and you need no special client for it to work, only

OpenJDK and support for JCE Unlimited Strength Jurisdiction Policy

2016-12-14 Thread Rubén Llorente
Hello. I am running a Java application that throws a non-fatal warning when used. The warning states that, in order for the application to work properly, the JCE Unlimited Strength Jurisdiction Policy files should be downloaded to /usr/local/jre-1.8.0/lib/security I used to think that OpenJDK

Re: SSH key encryption when using FDE

2016-08-03 Thread Rubén Llorente
Nick Holland wrote: > Now, I suspect (nb: I am not a cryptographer or SSH coder. But I sat at > a table with one once, and was completely in awe) the key has to be held > in unlocked form in RAM, so perhaps a very serious breach that allowed > the raw access of system

Re: Impossibility of cryptographic verification of downloads

2016-05-25 Thread Rubén Llorente
Eduard - Gabriel Munteanu wrote: > Hi, > > It currently seems impossible to verify downloads from a computer > without OpenBSD, for a few reasons: > > 1. No securely-distributed public key > 2. Lack of signify packages in e.g. Linux distros, or > securely-distributed sources

Re: light browsers

2016-05-13 Thread Rubén Llorente
Dmitrij D. Czarkoff wrote: > Webkit1-based browsers (Luakit, Midori, surf, Vimb and Xombrero) use > unmaintained engine, so nobody fixes even known issues. People who care > about security should probably avoid these. I heard the developer of Surf (Webkit-1 based browser)

Re: TLS now supported on openbsd.org?

2016-05-09 Thread Rubén Llorente
Giancarlo Razzolini wrote: > It is really nice to finally see TLS on openbsd.org. How about redirecting > http to https? I dislike the idea. An http->https redirect does not prevent a MITM by itself. It also prevents the easy use of caching or proper proxies with the

Re: TLS now supported on openbsd.org?

2016-05-09 Thread Rubén Llorente
Giancarlo Razzolini wrote: > It is really nice to finally see TLS on openbsd.org. How about redirecting > http to https? I dislike the idea. For one, it does not stop a MITM by itself. In addition, enforced encryption makes it hard to cache and/or use proper http

Re: OpenBSD mailserver success stories ?

2016-04-26 Thread Rubén Llorente
On Tue, 26 Apr 2016 12:32:22 -0400, stan wrote: > Given that, most of the things we are doing with FreeBSD, Apache, > Samba, NFS etc, do not concern me as to doing them with OpenBSD. but I > am a bit concerned about the mailserver. We use it for internal mail, > and it gets mail from a large

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

2016-04-26 Thread Rubén Llorente
On Tue, 26 Apr 2016 06:15:22 +, David Lou wrote: > When I say 'blog', I'm referring to a website that contains essentially > many pages of content. Each content page has attributes such as title, > date, category, tags, and so on. When a user browsers this website, the > content pages are