Re: 6.8 and Procmail/Formail: anyone still using them?

2021-02-15 Thread Steve Williams
ocmail. I gather most everyone else has left procmail in the dust ======== On Wed, 27 Jan 2021, Steve Williams wrote: Hi, I am using procmail under 6.8 successfully.? I did have problems with it when upgrading to (I think) 6.4. If you look for the mail list archives for "OpenBSD 6.4

Re: httpd, PHP7.4, phpIPAM, MariaDB

2021-02-09 Thread Steve Williams
Hi, It is running in a chroot.  No access to "standard" networking files.  hosts, resolv.conf, etc. Probably easiest to put the actual IP address in.  I use a socket and put in in the chroot folder.  Not sure which is better. If you run into any other network type issues, suspect the lack

Re: 6.8 and Procmail/Formail: anyone still using them?

2021-01-27 Thread Steve Williams
On 26/01/2021 10:43 a.m., Austin Hook wrote: Wonder if anyone is still using Procmail/Formail under 6.8 for presorting incoming mail before it hits one's main inbox. Also wondering if folks send the remainimg mail, after filtering, to /var/mail/*user*, or to ~/mbox or to ~mail/mbox. Any

Re: -current amd64 packages not updated? Impatient or broken?

2021-01-07 Thread Steve Williams
On 07/01/2021 1:30 p.m., Christian Weisgerber wrote: Steve Williams: I hesitate to send this because perhaps I'm just too impatient, but then again, perhaps not.  This is not critical/time sensitive. I just thought I'd check if there a problem with the current packages folder from the mirrors

Re: -current amd64 packages not updated? Impatient or broken?

2021-01-07 Thread Steve Williams
for that now. Time will fix it though. Am Thu, Jan 07, 2021 at 09:54:39AM -0700 schrieb Steve Williams: Hi, I hesitate to send this because perhaps I'm just too impatient, but then again, perhaps not.  This is not critical/time sensitive. I just thought I'd check if there a problem

-current amd64 packages not updated? Impatient or broken?

2021-01-07 Thread Steve Williams
ekit2-1.2.2 Couldn't install consolekit2-1.2.2 polkit-0.118 pulseaudio-14.0 spidermonkey78-78.5.0v1 desktop# Am I being too impatient? Thanks, Steve Williams

WireGuard, Windows mobile laptop and pf.conf?

2020-12-28 Thread Steve Williams
Hi, I am not sure where my issue is... As I understand, WireGuard is strictly UDP. I am working on a road warrior setup, where one end of the tunnel is my OpenBSD server with a static public IP address and the other end will be Windows 7/10 laptops with random public IP addresses. My

Re: Wireguard example

2020-12-24 Thread Steve Williams
Hi, Thanks for the man page pointer.  I cannot believe I didn't think to look there.  A bit embarrassed now. Cheers, Steve W. On 23/12/2020 1:16 p.m., Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2020-12-23, Steve Williams wrote: Hi, With OpenBSD 6.8 installed, I'm investigating switching from OpenVPN

Wireguard example

2020-12-23 Thread Steve Williams
Hi, With OpenBSD 6.8 installed, I'm investigating switching from OpenVPN over to Wireguard. This is for roadwarrior with Windows 7/10 laptops to access my OpenBSD 6.8 server. All I can find is wg(4) for reference.  It has kind of an interesting example, but I am struggling a bit without

Re: How many IPs can I block before taking a performance hit?

2020-08-12 Thread Steve Williams
Hi, I have a script that downloads "badhosts" from a site that continuously updates through a distrubed network. I currently limit my blocklist to 450,000 ip addresses. real mem = 4261072896 (4063MB) avail mem = 4119322624 (3928MB) bios0: PC Engines apu2 -pa-r-- blocklist    

Re: Disabling OpenBSD Login Prompt

2020-06-10 Thread Steve Williams
On 10/06/2020 10:31 a.m., Aisha Tammy wrote: On 6/10/20 10:46 AM, Steve Williams wrote: Hi, Do you have the proper ioctls to set baud rate, parity, start bits, stop bits so that the serial port is configured correctly? What about flow control?  rts/cts, xon/xoff. Dealing with a serial port

Re: Disabling OpenBSD Login Prompt

2020-06-10 Thread Steve Williams
Hi, Do you have the proper ioctls to set baud rate, parity, start bits, stop bits so that the serial port is configured correctly? What about flow control?  rts/cts, xon/xoff. Dealing with a serial port is it's own art. Cheers, Steve W. On 10/06/2020 3:03 a.m., Valdrin MUJA wrote: Hi

Re: pthreads, C and guacamole [Was: Reduce attack surface - Tomcat and guacamole...]

2020-04-27 Thread Steve Williams
t code as OpenBSD's pthread implementation will work fine within a process, just not multiple processes. Is this a correct assessment of the code and OpenBSD's pthread environnment? Thanks, Steve W. On 15/04/2020 10:19 a.m., Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2020-04-14, Steve Williams wrote: Guacamole

pthreads, C and guacamole [Was: Reduce attack surface - Tomcat and guacamole...]

2020-04-17 Thread Steve Williams
e processes. Is this a correct assessment of the code and OpenBSD's pthread environnment? Thanks, Steve W. On 15/04/2020 10:19 a.m., Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2020-04-14, Steve Williams wrote: Guacamole (I believe) needs to run under something like tomcat to serve up the java war file & a

Re: Reduce attack surface - Tomcat and guacamole...

2020-04-14 Thread Steve Williams
On 14/04/2020 4:13 p.m., Sriram Narayanan wrote: On Wed, 15 Apr 2020 at 6:03 AM, Steve Williams <mailto:st...@williamsitconsulting.com>> wrote: Hi, For a R project, I am trying to get guacamole working to be able to access systems on my home network remotely.

Reduce attack surface - Tomcat and guacamole...

2020-04-14 Thread Steve Williams
mcat? Thanks, Steve Williams

Re: pthread_mutexattr_setpshared and Apache Guacamole remote desktop gateway

2020-03-05 Thread Steve Williams
On 05/03/2020 10:53 a.m., Edgar Pettijohn wrote: On Mar 5, 2020 10:15 AM, Steve Williams wrote: Hi, Should this be on ports@?  I'm not working on a port... TL;DR: Does anyone have any recommendations on how to work around not having pthread_mutexattr_setpshared in the OpenBSD pthreads

pthread_mutexattr_setpshared and Apache Guacamole remote desktop gateway

2020-03-05 Thread Steve Williams
on is definitely missing... I tried to see if there was a way to use pthread_mutexattr_settype to accomplish the same thing, but got lost in the maze of documentation. Does anyone have any recommendations on how to work around not having pthread_mutexattr_setpshared in the OpenBSD pthreads library? Thanks, Steve Williams

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

2020-01-09 Thread Steve Williams
On 02/01/2020 5:26 a.m., Jay Hart wrote: Hey all, and Happy New Years!!! I am currently using DYN.COM for DNS service. A few months back they changed there payment methodology and I am now considering finding another solution. DYN charges me $5 US monthly so its not a huge financial burden.

Re: Upgrade procedure (6.4 -> 6.5)

2019-05-03 Thread Steve Williams
my server, so it should work fine. If there are filenames with spaces in them, I think that command won't work as expected. Cheers, Steve Williams

Re: apu2 em0/dhclient problems

2019-01-27 Thread Steve Williams
On 27/01/2019 1:44 p.m., Edgar Pettijohn wrote: On Sun, Jan 27, 2019 at 09:34:54PM +0100, Mikkel C. Simonsen wrote: Den 27-01-2019 kl. 19:45 skrev trondd: On Sun, January 27, 2019 12:44 pm, Edgar Pettijohn wrote: I'm trying to replace my dieing soekris box with an apu2 dmesg below. However, I

Re: OpenBSD 6.4 smtpd local mail delivery missing "From " when .forward (procmail)

2019-01-27 Thread Steve Williams
On 27/01/2019 2:21 a.m., Gilles Chehade wrote: On Sat, Jan 26, 2019 at 08:53:06PM -0700, Steve Williams wrote: Hi, I upgraded from OpenBSD 6.3 to OpenBSD 6.4 today.?? I upgraded all packages, switched to php7, etc. I've been running OpenBSD since 2.7 so this is a very known process

Re: OpenBSD 6.4 smtpd local mail delivery missing "From " when .forward (procmail)

2019-01-26 Thread Steve Williams
On 26/01/2019 11:03 p.m., ed...@deathstar.my.domain wrote: On Sat, Jan 26, 2019 at 08:53:06PM -0700, Steve Williams wrote: Hi, I upgraded from OpenBSD 6.3 to OpenBSD 6.4 today.  I upgraded all packages, switched to php7, etc. I've been running OpenBSD since 2.7 so this is a very known process

OpenBSD 6.4 smtpd local mail delivery missing "From " when .forward (procmail)

2019-01-26 Thread Steve Williams
out being processed by "mail.local" ... or that's my interpretation. In the /var/mail/steve file, I can see the following lines prior to the upgrade: From steve+caf_=steve=williams-steve@williamsitconsulting.com Sat Jan 26 09:52:48 2019 ^^ After the upgrade, I'm not getting th

Re: Easiest way to automatically run a script after reboot

2018-11-10 Thread Steve Williams
Hi, Awesome!  Thanks for the pointer to cron!  I never knew the @reboot existed :) Cheers, Steve W. On 10/11/2018 3:22 PM, Christian Weisgerber wrote: On 2018-11-10, Steve Williams wrote: I have a script that I would like run after all the network is configured, daemons started, etc. I

Easiest way to automatically run a script after reboot

2018-11-10 Thread Steve Williams
services that must be started at the very end). Normally, rc.local contains commands and daemons that are not part of the stock installation. Thanks, Steve Williams

Re: NFS server down, again, and again, and again...

2018-04-19 Thread Steve Williams
On 19/04/2018 7:55 AM, Rupert Gallagher wrote: On Thu, Apr 19, 2018 at 15:38, Zé Loff wrote: # mountd -d > /var/log/mountd.log 2&>1 & It is the first thing I did this morning. Unfortunately it does not survive when ssh breaks out. Also, mountd -d is returning the shell

Re: PCEngines APU2 Wifi router issues

2017-12-23 Thread Steve Williams
athn0: AR9280 rev 2 (2T2R), ROM rev 22, address 04:f0:21:1b:b3:68 Cheers, Steve Williams

Re: FAQ's duplicating file systems, both methods fail to reproduce correctly

2017-12-11 Thread Steve Williams
On 11/12/2017 12:27 PM, Philip Guenther wrote: On Mon, Dec 11, 2017 at 9:16 AM, Otto Moerbeek <o...@drijf.net <mailto:o...@drijf.net>> wrote: On Mon, Dec 11, 2017 at 08:30:54AM -0700, Steve Williams wrote: > cpio has always been my "go to" for file syste

Re: FAQ's duplicating file systems, both methods fail to reproduce correctly

2017-12-11 Thread Steve Williams
Hi, cpio has always been my "go to" for file system duplication because it will re-create device nodes. Cheers, Steve Williams On 10/12/2017 11:03 AM, webmas...@bennettconstruction.us wrote: Forgive problems with this email. I saw how my emails showed up on marc.info Scary. Th

Re: PHP error running ownclouds occ

2017-10-16 Thread Steve Williams
On 16/10/2017 1:57 AM, Farid Joubbi wrote: Hi, I upgraded my OpenBSD installation from 6.1 to 6.2. In the upgrade process I also upgraded the ownCloud package to 10.0.3. Now when I browse to the ownCloud page, it wants to upgrade. The upgrade fails with this message: Repair warning:

Re: "athn0: could not load firmware" for AR9271

2017-10-15 Thread Steve Williams
Hi, Another data point..(sorry to top post... but felt it's appropriate) I've got APU as well.  Running OpenBSD 6.1: OpenBSD 6.1 (GENERIC.MP) #24: Wed Oct  4 18:47:09 CEST 2017 rob...@syspatch-61-amd64.openbsd.org:/usr/src/sys/arch/amd64/compile/GENERIC.MP # dmesg | grep athn athn0 at pci4 dev

Re: Dynamic DNS Client for EasyDNS

2017-08-03 Thread Steve Williams
Hi, I've been using ddclient with Zonedit (by EasyDNS) for about 10 years. Configure the ddclient.conf file and it "just works". I didn't log into the EasyDNS portal for several years. It's worked with DSL, DSL over ppoe, and now my Cable provider catching interface IP changes

Re: Does pf's Sources table ever get cleared?

2017-08-02 Thread Steve Williams
lol. I did confirm that the "pfctl -F Sources" does not empty my "Sources" table on my stock OpenBSE 6.1. Interesting... Thanks for clarifying. I learned something :) Cheers, Steve On 02/08/2017 2:59 PM, Markus Wernig wrote: On 02.08.2017 16:07, Steve Williams wrote: pfctl -

Re: Does pf's Sources table ever get cleared?

2017-08-02 Thread Steve Williams
Hi, Sources is a table, so you need to use the Table commands to flush it. pfctl -t Sources -T flush To give you an idea... I have a "blocklist" that I am keeping updated hourly from http://lists.blocklist.de/ I've found the maximum number of hosts on my system in a table is somewhere

Re: Split zone DNS?

2017-07-28 Thread Steve Williams
Hi, Thanks for the feedback everyone! I'll be looking at unbound and seeing if I need nsd or not. Have a great weekend! Cheers, Steve On 28/07/2017 7:58 AM, Steve Williams wrote: Hi, I recently upgraded to 6.1 and am trying to (finally, after many OpenBSD versions over 10 years) fine tune

Split zone DNS?

2017-07-28 Thread Steve Williams
records? I've read the NSD(8), nsd.conf(5) man pages and that seems to be the way to go, but I thought I'd check the wisdom here to see if there is a better approach. Thanks, Steve Williams

Re: PF packets being blocked...why?

2017-06-26 Thread Steve Williams
you enabled net.inet.ip.forwarding? Timo Steve Williams <st...@williamsitconsulting.com> writes: Hi, Packets from vether are going out NAT'd no problem. I have 100% Internet access on 192.168.123.0/24. From my understanding, the "pass out quick inet all flags S/SA" allow packet

Re: PF packets being blocked...why?

2017-06-26 Thread Steve Williams
lkonen wrote: Hello, a quick glance and it seems you aren't allowing vether traffic to pass. -- Regards, Ville On Jun 26, 2017 8:19 PM, "Steve Williams" <st...@williamsitconsulting.com <mailto:st...@williamsitconsulting.com>> wrote: Hi, New install of OpenBSD 6.1 on a

PF packets being blocked...why?

2017-06-26 Thread Steve Williams
tch) block in on vether0: 192.168.123.2.39279 > 31.13.77.6.443: R 31:31(0) ack 1 win 1545 (DF) # pfctl -R 4 -sr block drop log all It is not all https traffice that is being blocked as I can hit my banking site, etc. Does anyone have an idea why are these packets being blocked? Thanks, Steve Williams

APCu/Memcached/Redis - OwnCloud/Nextcloud memory caching - which OpenBSD package?

2017-02-25 Thread Steve Williams
Hi, I'm trying to improve the performance of my freshly installed Nextcloud site. I'm running on my local 1G network and the performance is less than optimal. I've done all the SQL tuning, but from looking at the SQL log files, the SQL isn't the slow part. I haven't configured a memory

Re: httpd and dokuwiki

2017-02-24 Thread Steve Williams
Yeah! I'm glad I could help out :) I get so much from these email lists it's nice to be able to actually contribute :) Have a great day. Cheers, Steve W. On 24/02/2017 9:32 PM, Predrag Punosevac wrote: Steve Williams <st...@williamsitconsulting.com> wrote: Hi, I'm working t

Re: httpd and dokuwiki

2017-02-24 Thread Steve Williams
Hi, I'm working through configuring Nextcloud and ran into a similar issue. Since this is running in an OpenBSD chroot environment, you need to have a /var/www/etc/resolv.conf for DNS resolution to work from within the chroot. It might be beneficial to put a hosts file in there as well to

Re: OT? - ownCloud vs NextCloud

2017-02-23 Thread Steve Williams
On 2017-02-23 15:57, Steve Williams wrote: Hi, I was going to install the ownCloud package in my OpenBSD server, but then wondered about Nextcloud. I was surprised there's no Nextcloud package. Does anyone know what the status of the 2 projects are in general? (the non-OpenBSD specific

Re: OT? - ownCloud vs NextCloud

2017-02-23 Thread Steve Williams
On 2017-02-23 17:01, Johan Huldtgren wrote: hello, Is there some reason there's no Nextcloud port other than no-one has done one? (yes, this is a reason, but I'm wondering license, politics, etc). I've been using owncloud for a few years, but recently switched to nextcloud when an

OT? - ownCloud vs NextCloud

2017-02-23 Thread Steve Williams
no Nextcloud port other than no-one has done one? (yes, this is a reason, but I'm wondering license, politics, etc). From the reading I was able to do, it seems like Nextcloud might be a smarter investment of time to install than ownCloud. Thoughts? Thanks, Steve Williams

Re: OpenBSD 6.0, httpd chroot & nfs

2017-02-14 Thread Steve Williams
On 14/02/2017 9:00 AM, Reyk Floeter wrote: Hi, On Tue, Feb 14, 2017 at 07:24:17AM -0700, Steve Williams wrote: Hi, I have a web based application (Gallery 3) on one web server with a fairly large number of photos. I have nfs mounted that folder onto a new APU2 system with OpenBSD 6.0

OpenBSD 6.0, httpd chroot & nfs

2017-02-14 Thread Steve Williams
t doesn't serve anything up (likely because there's nothing there!). There's no message in the error.log, and I have tried putting php-fpm into "debug" mode and there's nothing relevant logged there either. What am I missing? or is this even possible? Thanks, Steve Williams

Re: PC-Engines apu2c4 install reboot loop :(

2017-01-10 Thread Steve Williams
port install ever, so a learning experience. Thanks again! Cheers, Steve Williams On 10/01/2017 3:16 PM, Steve Williams wrote: Hi, I purchased a new PC-Engines APU 2c4 system. I have a wireless card as well and a msata SSD (250 gig). I've tried the install with all these two boards

PC-Engines apu2c4 install reboot loop :(

2017-01-10 Thread Steve Williams
Hi, I purchased a new PC-Engines APU 2c4 system. I have a wireless card as well and a msata SSD (250 gig). I've tried the install with all these two boards installed, none installed and both combinations with no change in symptoms. I have tried OpenBSD current "install60.fs"

Re: isakmpd set up

2017-01-03 Thread Steve Williams
iginal Message- > From: owner-m...@openbsd.org [mailto:owner-m...@openbsd.org] On Behalf Of > Steve Williams > Sent: Monday, January 2, 2017 6:57 PM > To: Peter Fraser <p...@thinkage.ca>; 'misc@openbsd.org' <misc@openbsd.org> > Subject: Re: isakmpd set up > >

Re: isakmpd set up

2017-01-02 Thread Steve Williams
d to use it... If you feel tied to an ISP because of static IP, I would not hesitate to go the dynamic route. Cheers, Steve Williams On 02/01/2017 3:05 PM, Peter Fraser wrote: A charity that I support has been having trouble with its internet provider (Rogers). The problem I have is that Roger is

Re: PC Engines APU2xx wireless card for router?

2017-01-02 Thread Steve Williams
Thanks for the input! Happy New Year :) Cheers, Steve Williams On 31/12/2016 2:29 PM, Eike Lantzsch wrote: On Saturday, 31 December 2016 11:13:53 PYST Steve Williams wrote: Hi, I have decided to modernize my OpenBSD system from an old desktop PC to something lower power. It seems

Re: PC Engines APU2xx wireless card for router?

2017-01-02 Thread Steve Williams
Thanks! On 02/01/2017 3:17 AM, Stefan Sperling wrote: On Sat, Dec 31, 2016 at 11:13:53AM -0700, Steve Williams wrote: The PC Engines website lists a WLE200NX which google reveals is a Atheros AR9280 Wireless Mini PCIe 2.4/5 Ghz Dual Band card. According to athn.4, it should be supported

PC Engines APU2xx wireless card for router?

2016-12-31 Thread Steve Williams
that is supported by OpenBSD? I'm not scrimping on money... I anticipate this running for 5+ years. I've been on OpenBSD since the 2.7 days and have only had 2 different sets of hardware (retired PC's). This would be the third and the only "new" system :) Thanks, Steve Williams

Re: Maintaining your system with snapshots

2015-02-20 Thread Steve Williams
On 20/02/2015 2:19 AM, lm wrote: Hi there! I'm giving a try to snapshots for the first time. The system feels great, but I'm having some issues trying to maintain base system and ports synced. I've got a local copy of the complete packages tree for convenience, so I don't have to update

-current FAQ (ports), mention mysql going to attic, mariadb being imported?

2014-11-07 Thread Steve Williams
in the archives. Thanks, Steve Williams

Re: Updating ports from CVS question

2014-11-07 Thread Steve Williams
Hi, It is 1000 times faster (or some value... but wayyy faster) to just ftp the ports.tar.gz file over when compared to using CVS. Just saying... Cheers, Steve Williams On 11/7/2014 8:47 AM, Jungle Boogie wrote: Hello All, # uname -a OpenBSD jackknife.my.domain 5.6 GENERIC.MP#0 i386

Re: Updating ports from CVS question

2014-11-07 Thread Steve Williams
, or snapshots. Don't try to mix and match and you should have smooth sailing. That's just been my personal experience. Other people way more authoritative may have much wiser advice. Cheers, Steve Williams

Upgrade dry run - restore backup from physical to virtualbox VM?

2014-10-27 Thread Steve Williams
? Are there any other things that are going to need to be tweaked other than /etc/fstab? Am I going to need to run installboot or some other such utility to get it to boot correctly after a restore? Any thoughts of this idea in general? Thanks, Steve Williams

Re: Upgrade dry run - restore backup from physical to virtualbox VM?

2014-10-27 Thread Steve Williams
Hi, That's fantastic. Thanks for the information. Cheers, Steve Williams On 10/27/2014 1:35 PM, Josh Grosse wrote: On 2014-10-27 14:14, Steve Williams wrote: Hi, I have an older system on physical hardware that needs upgrading. I've been procrastinating because it's the type of thing

Re: termios VMIN VTIME

2014-04-03 Thread Steve Williams
(a very un-standard standard). There are many ways to solve the same problem... Cheers, Steve Williams

Re: recommendations - centralized email?

2014-02-23 Thread Steve Williams
On 2/17/2014 11:13 AM, Adam Thompson wrote: I'm looking for recommendations on what works well for people, since this doesn't appear to be covered by the FAQ or AOBSD2E. I know several ways to accomplish what I'm after, but none of them seem to have any clear advantage over the other. 1. I

Re: Variation on PHP in chroot problem: SQLite3::loadExtension()

2013-03-30 Thread Steve Williams
On 3/30/2013 1:12 PM, Scott Vanderbilt wrote: I think I've done my homework, but apparently the answer eludes me despite my best intentions to find an answer on my own. So, I throw myself on the mercy of misc and pray I am not mauled too badly. :-) I am running 5.3-current (3/22/2013

Re: [Question] Building whitelists so that spamd greylisting can work without users perceiving delivery delays...

2013-03-28 Thread Steve Williams
On 3/28/2013 10:52 AM, Sarah Caswell wrote: Hi all, I had a question about greylisting (with spamd) in production. I've successfully run spamd on firewalls (as a frontend to either barracuda or SpamAssassin) and have really liked the reduction in SPAM volume. Unfortunately my employer's wife

Re: Tricks for install OpenBSD under Virtualbox, host Windows XP

2013-01-07 Thread Steve Williams
and reading between the lines to arrive at this solution. Cheers, Steve On 1/6/2013 1:06 PM, Steve Williams wrote: Hi, After recently reading (on this list) about how OpenBSD runs under Virtualbox, I thought I would take it for a test drive on my laptop so I can work in OpenBSD while away

Tricks for install OpenBSD under Virtualbox, host Windows XP

2013-01-06 Thread Steve Williams
Hi, After recently reading (on this list) about how OpenBSD runs under Virtualbox, I thought I would take it for a test drive on my laptop so I can work in OpenBSD while away on business don't have access to the Internet. My laptop is a Dell Latitude E6500 with a Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Duo CPU

IP Address Pptpd (Poptop) and pppd (userland)

2012-05-03 Thread Steve Williams
:( Any assistance appreciated! Thanks, Steve Williams

rc.d and mysql startup (upgrade from 4.6 current to April 2 snapshot)

2012-04-07 Thread Steve Williams
of mysql. What is the accepted way to start mysql these days? Thanks, Steve Williams OpenBSD 5.1-current (GENERIC.MP) #230: Mon Apr 2 12:44:39 MDT 2012 dera...@i386.openbsd.org:/usr/src/sys/arch/i386/compile/GENERIC.MP RTC BIOS diagnostic error 11memory_size cpu0: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU

Re: rc.d and mysql startup (upgrade from 4.6 current to April 2 snapshot)

2012-04-07 Thread Steve Williams
On 4/7/2012 1:40 PM, Antoine Jacoutot wrote: On Sat, Apr 07, 2012 at 01:01:07PM -0600, Steve Williams wrote: Hi, I recently updated my system from an ancient 4.6something to the April 2 snapshot. Let me say, between sysmerge and pkg_add -ui, it's an amazingly painless process! This is i386

Re: Donations

2010-12-05 Thread Steve Williams
On 12/5/2010 12:10 PM, Randal L. Schwartz wrote: Theo == Theo de Raadtdera...@cvs.openbsd.org writes: Theo If you don't know why I am sending this mail.. you are reading US Theo managed news, and need to much much more informed If this is in reference to Wikileaks, it's because Paypal

Filesystem sizes stored in a file anywhere?

2010-06-24 Thread Steve Williams
of curiosity, is it possible to restore a level 0 filesystem dump to NON-pristine filesystem? eg: could I just create one huge a partition and restore my root, var, src, usr, ... level 0 dumps to it (with some magic incantation)? Thanks, Steve Williams

Re: Printing schemas

2010-04-28 Thread Steve Williams
Ed Ahlsen-Girard wrote: On 2010-04-24 20:00:32, bofh goodb0fh () gmail ! com wrote: Parallel port printers I want the printouts this minute!!! :). I heart printers with lpd (especially with postscript) Specifically, I heart my Brother printer. I've heard of incompatibilities with some

Re: [RESOLVED] Jan 28 snapshot - em0 disappeared

2010-02-02 Thread Steve Williams
Steve Williams wrote: Hi, I upgraded my system today. I'm not sure if it was previously a snapshot or actually 4.6. Regardless, I upgraded it to the snapshot from January 28. I booted the snapshot iso and did an upgrade. Ran sysmerge slowly working my way through all the ports. I went

January 28 snapshot, pf.conf(5) BNF missing egress keyword

2010-02-01 Thread Steve Williams
the BNF in pf.conf(5), but it is missing the egress keyword. I'd try to fix and propose a patch, but not understanding it in the first place poses a bit of problem when attempting to create documentation! Can anyone shed some light on the use of the egress keyword? Thanks, Steve Williams

Jan 28 snapshot - em0 disappeared

2010-01-31 Thread Steve Williams
it. I haven't been able to find the magic google incantation to provide guidance :-( Thanks, Steve Williams Snapshot dmesg -- OpenBSD 4.7-beta (GENERIC.MP) #402: Wed Jan 27 19:29:54 MST 2010 t...@i386.openbsd.org:/usr/src/sys/arch/i386/compile/GENERIC.MP RTC BIOS diagnostic error

Re: Jan 28 snapshot - em0 disappeared

2010-01-31 Thread Steve Williams
, but cvs is a whole new world to me. What would be the best approach, checking out the entire tree based on a certain date, compiling checking if it works? Thanks, Steve Williams Steve Williams wrote: Hi, I upgraded my system today. I'm not sure if it was previously a snapshot or actually

Re: how to configure Grub 0.97 for booting my OpenBSD 4.5

2009-05-08 Thread Steve Williams
Feifei (??) wrote: Hi, Nick, Thanks for you advices, I clear Grub from my MBR, and flag the OpenBSD partition bootable , but I also got a ERR M error code. Yes, I read man biosboot, but I don't know how to resolve it. I try to reinstall OpenBSD 4.5 again , but it is the same error :(. 2009/5/7

Re: Spamd - whitelisting round robin mail servers?

2008-09-03 Thread Steve Williams
Daniel Ouellet wrote: Jeff Simmons wrote: So I just set up a nice spamd for a client, and then watched Google's Postini try to resend a single email message from just about every IP they own. For google, why not get it from the source itself? Example: # dig txt _spf.google.com | grep spf ;

Re: Setting up ccd RAID 1 Howto OpenBSD 4.1

2007-09-12 Thread Steve Williams
, Not for CCD, but raidframe.. Search the mailing list archives for a thread with a subject Seeking info for RAID 1 on OpenBSD. In there you will find all sorts of info. http://marc.info/?l=openbsd-miscm=116360194522004w=2 http://www.packetmischief.ca/openbsd/doc/raidadmin/ Good Luck, Thanks, Steve

Re: mysql problem

2007-07-13 Thread Steve Williams
Marcos Laufer wrote: Allright the, i start the mysql server with this: if [ -x /usr/local/bin/mysqld_safe ] ; then su -c _mysql root -c '/usr/local/bin/mysqld_safe ' /dev/null echo -n ' mysql' fi but the problem still persists , it shows up when executing mysqlcheck -m -A -p Now what?

Re: alternatives to sendmail

2007-06-04 Thread Steve Williams
Mark Zimmerman wrote: On Mon, Jun 04, 2007 at 08:02:08AM -0600, Diana Eichert wrote: Hmmm, actually, I don't believe sendmail has a steep and tall learning curve. ;-) It's just that you don't grok it yet. You're almost there since you know you want to use a smarthost. For example

Re: Linux Compat Query

2007-05-28 Thread Steve Williams
Edd Barrett wrote: Hi Diana, On 28/05/07, Diana Eichert [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey Ed I never saw where you ran it using ktrace. Can you try that and take a look at the results with kdump? diana # file a.out a.out: ELF 32-bit LSB executable, Intel 80386, version 1, for GNU/Linux

Re: Linux Compat Query

2007-05-28 Thread Steve Williams
Edd Barrett wrote: Hi, Maybe your path is not set correctly (for this specific problem). Today has been one dumb mistake after another. I apologize. I'll do it properly shall I: # sysctl -a | grep linux kern.emul.linux=1 # ls -al a.out -rwxr-xr-x 1 edd edd 1176578 May 28 13:18 a.out #

Re: Redirected packet from pf is lost

2007-05-09 Thread Steve Williams
) recent thread initiated by myself with the subject rdr on bridge interface possible? (squid transparent proxy on bridge). There are a few suggestions there, none of which have worked for me. I have no idea why it's not working for me. Let me know if you get it working! Cheers, Steve Williams

Re: Performance: OpenVPN vs IPsec

2007-05-09 Thread Steve Williams
at this stuff though. The rest I have no idea about. Good Luck, Steve Williams

Further - rdr on bridge - 4.1, something strange.

2007-05-06 Thread Steve Williams
difficult, but then again, it's a computer ;-) I will include my entire squid.conf dmesg below: Thanks for any assistance, Steve Williams http_port 127.0.0.1:3128 transparent hierarchy_stoplist cgi-bin ? acl QUERY urlpath_regex cgi-bin \? cache deny QUERY acl apache rep_header Server ^Apache

rdr on bridge interface possible? (squid transparent proxy on bridge)

2007-05-04 Thread Steve Williams
. Can anyone shed any light? And no, no packets should be getting blocked as I have 2 rules, pass in all kepp state pass out all keep state Thanks, Steve Williams

Re: rdr on bridge interface possible? (squid transparent proxy on bridge)

2007-05-04 Thread Steve Williams
Mark Pecaut wrote: On 5/4/07, Steve Williams [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I now would like to throw squid into the mix acting as a transparent proxy. I have the squid-transparent port installed. If I change the ... I have tried everything I can think of to get this to work in bridge mode

Re: SCP/SFTP: Couldn't open /dev/null

2007-03-27 Thread Steve Williams
! Cheers, Steve Williams

Re: Problems mounting a Windows share

2007-02-28 Thread Steve Williams
good demo site, so you don't even need to waste time installing software to make an evaluation if it will serve the purpose or not. Just thought it was worth mentioning. Good Luck, Steve Williams

Re: Dell Poweredge 860 Perc 5IR - can't recognize raid device (sd0)

2007-02-12 Thread Steve Williams
Nick Holland wrote: Steve Williams wrote: Hi, I have a brand new Dell Poweredge 850 with two 160 G SAS disks attached to a Perc 5IR controller card. In the BIOS, I have configured them as an IM (Integrated Mirror) Logical Volume. I have synchronized the mirror, and the array

Dell Poweredge 860 Perc 5IR - can't recognize raid device (sd0)

2007-02-09 Thread Steve Williams
configuration and restart the install. At the shell, I can dhclient bge0 and get network connectivity no problem. (how I got my dmesg off). Ideas?? Thanks, Steve Williams dmesg: OpenBSD 4.0-current (RAMDISK_CD) #200: Tue Feb 6 18:04:36 MST 2007 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/src/sys/arch/i386

Re: 4.0 on Dell 2650

2007-02-09 Thread Steve Williams
Beavis wrote: Hi guys Just wanted to ask if any of you have experience putting openbsd 4.0 to a dell 2650? I tried to boot up using both cd40.iso and floppyB40.fs but it always says no disks found. haven't seen any scsi drives loaded. I tried an initial setup using RAID 5 hardware

PF rules for outgoing FTP from firewall

2007-01-30 Thread Steve Williams
the internal interface, so won't even hit the proxy. What do I need to do to allow ftp to work directly from the firewall? Thanks, Steve Williams

Re: reverse http proxy on OpenBSD (or not)?

2007-01-03 Thread Steve Williams
it working with https, but the whole certificate thing takes a bit of bending the brain around! Good luck. Steve Williams

Re: on the remote root login in OpenSSH

2006-11-23 Thread Steve Williams
Igor Sobrado wrote: In message [EMAIL PROTECTED], Stuart Henderson writes: On 2006/11/23 15:14, Igor Sobrado wrote: 2. There are a lot of brute force attacks from countries like Korea these days. These attacks will be less effective if the intruders get access to an

Best motherboard for OpenBSD - light duty firewall

2006-11-16 Thread Steve Williams
the onboard ethernet will just work, with a disk controller that will just work. I don't really need RAID, but if it had it I could use it, I likely would. Thanks for any input. Cheers, Steve Williams

Proper way to update a pf table?

2006-10-31 Thread Steve Williams
- $int_mcafe_webshield Is there a proper way to update a pf table that resides in a file? Thanks, Steve Williams

Re: Proper way to update a pf table?

2006-10-31 Thread Steve Williams
Joel Goguen wrote: I do something similar to this: pfctl -t local-white -T replace -f /path/to/whitelist Where local-white is my whitelist, and /path/to/whitelist is the file containing whitelisted IP addresses or CIDRs, one per line. On 10/31/06, Steve Williams [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi

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