Re: nextcloud client error

2021-04-18 Thread openbsd
Hy there ... Have you looked at something like https://github.com/owncloud/client/issues/5595 Regards, Christoph Am 18.04.2021 16:33, schrieb Hakan E. Duran: Hi all, Disclaimer: I am quite new to OpenBSD and did not build a reasonable comfort level yet. I am not sure when this broke

Re: relayd to match http request according to path and change headers

2021-04-04 Thread openbsd
Just a idea, have you tried the keyword request ? Something like match request path "/static/*" forward to Regards, Christoph Am 04.04.2021 10:13, schrieb Stephane Guedon: Good day. I have a setup in OpenBSD 6.8, relayd / httpd and wish to see if I can have specific ht

Re: acme-client, error 21 at 0 depth lookup:unable to verify the first certificate

2021-04-03 Thread openbsd
Hello Stuart ! Yes, you are right. I was long time not here (used another E - Mail before) so I was not sure if it is really interesting. tedu uses for honk relayd as TLS endpoint. If someone uses the default /etc/examples/acme-client.conf with httpd only everything works fine. If the certs

Re: acme-client, error 21 at 0 depth lookup:unable to verify the first certificate

2021-04-03 Thread openbsd
Yeah, like that but Google was no help. Am 03.04.2021 19:10, schrieb Florian Obser: https://xkcd.com/979/

Re: acme-client, error 21 at 0 depth lookup:unable to verify the first certificate

2021-04-03 Thread openbsd
Self solved. Am 02.04.2021 14:02, schrieb open...@crw.name: Hello, I need some help to configure my acme-client the right way. Obtain certificates itself works using OpenBSD -current #434 from April 1st. I have a CAA record $ dig -t CAA our.bio-planet.earth +short 0 issue "letsencryp

acme-client, error 21 at 0 depth lookup:unable to verify the first certificate

2021-04-02 Thread openbsd
Hello, I need some help to configure my acme-client the right way. Obtain certificates itself works using OpenBSD -current #434 from April 1st. I have a CAA record $ dig -t CAA our.bio-planet.earth +short 0 issue "letsencrypt.org" The configuration for httpd.conf and relayd.conf

Re: bgpd not including MED attribute on updates

2021-02-02 Thread openbsd
t;internal" > > match to ibgp set { nexthop self } > > match from 172.30.1.54 set { metric +23 } > > Any route learned via rr1 or rr2 will not pass the MED on to R2 because > the system does not touch the MED and therefor bgpd considers the received > MED from rr1 and rr2

Re: bgpd not including MED attribute on updates

2021-01-28 Thread openbsd
from ebgp prefix-set "internal" allow from group "rr" prefix-set "internal" match to ibgp set { nexthop self } match from 172.30.1.54 set { metric +23 } On Thu, Jan 28, 2021 at 2:01 PM Claudio Jeker wrote: > On Thu, Jan 28, 2021 at 12:41:29PM +0100, open...@kene.

bgpd not including MED attribute on updates

2021-01-28 Thread openbsd
Hello, I am experiencing this on 6.8, fully syspatched. root@R1():~ # uname -a OpenBSD R1 6.8 GENERIC.MP#4 amd64 The problem is that R1 sends updates with MED set to 0 even though I expect it not to be. Upon reviewing a tcpdump pcap taken at R2, the MED attribute is not even included in said

Re: OSPF and CARP interfaces

2020-12-22 Thread openbsd
udio Jeker wrote: > On Tue, Dec 22, 2020 at 02:04:27PM +0100, open...@kene.nu wrote: > > Hello, > > I am seeing what I deem to be unexpected behavior with ospfd and > depending > > on carp interfaces. > > Running 6.8 with latest patches applied on all three router

OSPF and CARP interfaces

2020-12-22 Thread openbsd
Hello, I am seeing what I deem to be unexpected behavior with ospfd and depending on carp interfaces. Running 6.8 with latest patches applied on all three routers. # uname -a OpenBSD extfw1.lab.kambi.com 6.8 GENERIC.MP#2 amd64 My setup is as following; Two openbsd boxes (FW1 and FW2) acting

Re: Impact of 002_icmp6.patch

2020-10-30 Thread js-openbsd-misc
> Honestly, as one of the devs involved with this security fix, I can tell > you that I don't know. It is a use-after-free in some situations. > Is it reachable from remote? I don't know. > Is it reachable from local? Maybe. > Is the use-after-free exploitable? Damn hard to tell, it is for sure

Re: Impact of 002_icmp6.patch

2020-10-30 Thread js-openbsd-misc
To close this thread, I found this: https://twitter.com/m00nbsd/status/1321524807473782784 > Am 30.10.2020 um 11:15 schrieb js-openbsd-m...@webkeks.org: > >> Am 30.10.2020 um 01:28 schrieb Theo de Raadt : >> >> js-openbsd-m...@webkeks.org wrote: >> >>>

Re: Impact of 002_icmp6.patch

2020-10-30 Thread js-openbsd-misc
> Am 30.10.2020 um 01:28 schrieb Theo de Raadt : > > js-openbsd-m...@webkeks.org wrote: > >> I just saw >> https://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/patches/6.8/common/002_icmp6.patch.sig, >> however, it's unclear from the description and the context around the >>

Impact of 002_icmp6.patch

2020-10-29 Thread js-openbsd-misc
Hi! I just saw https://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/patches/6.8/common/002_icmp6.patch.sig, however, it's unclear from the description and the context around the patch if this is a read after free or write after free (or both). In the case of a write after free, would this change "Onl

Re: PF Natting before filtering

2020-09-21 Thread openbsd
On Mon, Sep 21, 2020 at 1:39 PM Peter N. M. Hansteen wrote: > On Mon, Sep 21, 2020 at 12:46:15PM +0200, open...@kene.nu wrote: > > > I am seeing what could be expected behaviour but the small shreds of > info I > > can find online seems to suggest otherwise. > > It would be interesting to hear

PF Natting before filtering

2020-09-21 Thread openbsd
Hello, I am seeing what could be expected behaviour but the small shreds of info I can find online seems to suggest otherwise. I have a box that acts as a router and firewall. It forwards packets from the internal lan (call it vlan100) and sends it natted out on the external lan (call it

Re: rtables and kernel routes

2020-08-25 Thread openbsd
Amazing answer, thanks Claudio and Sebastian. Will alter my rules accordingly. It all makes sense now that I understand how PF routing/filtering works under the hood, at least in principle. On Fri, Aug 21, 2020 at 5:36 PM Sebastian Benoit wrote: > > Claudio Jeker(cje...@diehard.n-r-g.com) on

rtables and kernel routes

2020-08-21 Thread openbsd
Hello, I am seeing rather strange, or maybe expected, behaviour. I utilise rtables to send internal traffic towards the internet via a default route in rtable 2. The traffic is punted to rtable 2 with pf. The strangeness I am seeing is that unless there is a matching dummy route in rtable 0 the

PF on loopback interfaces and skips

2020-03-24 Thread openbsd
Hello, I am using openbsd as a router and I heavily utilise skips in pf on the transit interfaces. I use a dedicated loopback interface for router management. However, this poses a problem where the use of skips on transit interfaces then allows all traffic to my management loopback interface

Re: Stuck on remote rsync with BackupPC and openrsync

2020-02-02 Thread openbsd
Stuart Longland wrote on February 2, 2020, 01:09: > > Since you're using a wrapper script, could you maybe modify it to call > `ktrace` directing the output to a file? Good idea. The result is rather largeish. I'll keep it around in case a developer would like to take a look. It looks to me

Re: pf reply-to and dest mac address

2020-01-09 Thread openbsd
o any nat-to carp11 # NAT > via carp11 > pass out quick on vlan10 proto icmp from vlan11 route-to (vlan11 ) > pass out quick on vlan11 proto icmp from vlan10 route-to (vlan10 ) > pass quick proto icmp > > Uname -a: > # uname -a > OpenBSD fw2 6.6 GENERIC.MP#3 amd64 > > tcpdu

pf reply-to and dest mac address

2019-12-19 Thread openbsd
proto icmp from vlan11 route-to (vlan11 ) pass out quick on vlan11 proto icmp from vlan10 route-to (vlan10 ) pass quick proto icmp Uname -a: # uname -a OpenBSD fw2 6.6 GENERIC.MP#3 amd64 tcpdump: # tcpdump -eni vlan10 icmp tcpdump: listening on vlan10, link-type EN10MB 13:15:14.962096 00:24:c4:c0

How to open new window/pane in the current working directory in tmux?

2019-12-13 Thread openbsd-misc-nospam
all suggestions from stackexchange and it doesn't work either. What working options for OpenBSD 6.6? Thanks!

Re: BACK TO BASICS

2019-10-11 Thread openbsd . ssab
> "Nick Holland - n...@holland-consulting.net" > Envoyé: Jeudi 10 Octobre 2019 03:24AM > > On 10/9/19 11:19 AM, openbsd.s...@0sg.net wrote: > > Here's what I think. > ...[bla bla bla]... > > Amirite ? ;) > > I don't know. Let's see your work. > > I don't care what your theoretical arguments

BACK TO BASICS

2019-10-09 Thread openbsd . ssab
Here's what I think. Proper software development should involve first a correct understanding of the norms : RFC, OSI model, and what not. Then ideally one must understand the hardware-software interactions, in other terms electronic engeneering, from chips to bits. This is assembly language.

Bad fonts in pdf

2019-09-19 Thread openbsd-misc-nospam
Here is screenshot: https://screenshots.firefox.com/LyKbRyGMRT3sDHbu/null I had this problem in the past, but can't remeber what font should I install? Thanks!

support new

2019-08-29 Thread OpenBSD OpenBSD
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2019-08-17 Thread OpenBSD OpenBSD
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Re: bgpd acting up, dropping connected/static network statements

2019-05-24 Thread openbsd
172.30.198.4 > > > > (LOCAL) AS64712: withdraw announce 10.1.150.0/24 > > > > > > > > If one performs a netstart, of relevant vlan interfaces, the > > > > announcements seem to survive a bgpd reload. Static routes never > > > > survive a re

Re: user unable to log in xenodm / Xorg session | XIO fatal io error 35

2019-05-23 Thread openbsd . ssab
I have now been running with OpenBSD 6.5 for a couple of weeks without meeting this problem again, on a fresh install. I am very careful not to crash or halt the system abruptly ! I suspect the problem may have had to do with the inteldrm driver and the EFI, as suggested by dmesg(8

Re: bgpd acting up, dropping connected/static network statements

2019-05-03 Thread openbsd
0.198.4 > > (LOCAL) AS64712: withdraw announce 10.1.150.0/24 > > > > If one performs a netstart, of relevant vlan interfaces, the > > announcements seem to survive a bgpd reload. Static routes never > > survive a restart or reload. > > > > Some additional com

bgpd acting up, dropping connected/static network statements

2019-05-03 Thread openbsd
performs a netstart, of relevant vlan interfaces, the announcements seem to survive a bgpd reload. Static routes never survive a restart or reload. Some additional commands to show behaviour: # uname -a OpenBSD host 6.5 GENERIC.MP#3 amd64 # ifconfig vlan190 vlan190: flags=8943 mtu 1500 lladdr

user unable to log in xenodm / Xorg session | XIO fatal io error 35

2019-05-02 Thread openbsd . ssab
SYMPTOM: Soon after a fresh OpenBSD install intended to use as a laptop / work engine, and consequently a few uses of a graphical session, suddenly the X session cannot start anymore : logging in with a correct user/passwd pair provokes a crash and restart of the X Display Manager, displaying

Re: openbgpd; strip private ASNs from bgp updates

2019-04-02 Thread openbsd
Hello, I agree, changing the AS-PATH is not preferred in an ideal world. My case is one where we have a large WAN, with 100+ routers. Designing and traffic engineering that with a single AS is non-trivial so we rely on private ASNs to leverage the excellent eBGP vs iBGP differences to our

Re: openbgpd; strip private ASNs from bgp updates

2019-03-29 Thread openbsd
I forgot to add to my previous email. One thing that could be useful in this case is to mimic the Cisco option "neighbor x.x.x.x remove-private-as" which removes any private ASes from the path on any updates to a peer. Just throwing it out there, cant be a very difficult option to implement I

Re: openbgpd; strip private ASNs from bgp updates

2019-03-28 Thread openbsd
That will indeed help. Will check it out. How I have solved it now is by having network statements on the edge (/24s). To make the internal routing work I announce more specific prefixes from the internal router, so externally I announce a /24 (from edge to peering partners) but internally I

Re: openbgpd; strip private ASNs from bgp updates

2019-03-27 Thread openbsd
Hello, That would unforunately affect all the prefixes announced to the edge router from the internal router. I need it to be only prefixes announced to my peering partners. /Oscar On Tue, Mar 26, 2019 at 3:50 PM Denis Fondras wrote: > > On Tue, Mar 26, 2019 at 02:54:38PM +0100,

openbgpd; strip private ASNs from bgp updates

2019-03-26 Thread openbsd
Hello, Is there a way to make openbgpd strip private ASNs from updates it sends to certain neighbors? I am using openbgpd on my edge routers and distribute routes generated internally to the rest of the world. However, the internal routers use private ASNs and this is obviously frowned upon by my

Setting custom fib-priority on certain bgpd received routes

2019-01-25 Thread openbsd
Hello, I am running bgpd and ospfd which redistribute routes between them. Bgpd labels routes with rtlabels which ospfd picks up (redistribute rtlabel). Bgpd announced the ospfd genereated routes via fixed "network " statements. Now to my problem. As my sites are multiaccess and ospf is full

Re: ospfd fib and kernel fib

2018-10-23 Thread openbsd
n vagrant. > > > > host# uname -a > > OpenBSD host 6.4 GENERIC.MP#329 amd64 > > host# ospfctl sh rib | grep 172.29.21.2 > > 172.29.21.2/32 172.29.2.10 Intra-Area Network 20 > > 00:03:12 > > host# ospfctl sh fib | grep 172.29.21.2 > &

ospfd fib and kernel fib

2018-10-22 Thread openbsd
Hello, I am having trouble with ospfd not updating the kernel fib as it should (I think). This is in my lab environment on vagrant. host# uname -a OpenBSD host 6.4 GENERIC.MP#329 amd64 host# ospfctl sh rib | grep 172.29.21.2 172.29.21.2/32 172.29.2.10 Intra-Area Network 20

Re: Redistributing between bgpd and ospfd

2018-10-17 Thread openbsd
Hello, On Tue, Oct 16, 2018 at 4:56 PM Sebastian Benoit wrote: > > Tommy Nevtelen(to...@nevtelen.com) on 2018.10.16 15:11:51 +0200: > > On Tue, Oct 16, 2018 at 10:21:37AM +0200, Claudio Jeker wrote: > > > On Tue, Oct 16, 2018 at 09:13:20AM +0200, open...@kene.nu wrote: > > > > Hello, > > > > > >

Re: Redistributing between bgpd and ospfd

2018-10-16 Thread openbsd
Hello, Only relying on OSPF hellos effectively makes it mimic BGP with its keepalives. I will ponder the value of transporting the underlay in OSPF, effectively transporting loopback peering addresses for BGP in OSPF. I am not sure that it will make my life easier but will consider it. Thanks

Re: Redistributing between bgpd and ospfd

2018-10-15 Thread openbsd
orrect way. > > > > > > You can use > > > > > > network (inet|inet6) priority ... > > > network (inet|inet6) rtlabel ... > > > > > > So with > > > > > >network inet priority 32 > > > > > &

Re: Redistributing between bgpd and ospfd

2018-10-15 Thread openbsd
oute > >> redistribution in both directions? > > Network statements are the correct way. > > > > You can use > > > > network (inet|inet6) priority ... > > network (inet|inet6) rtlabel ... > > > > So with > > > >netwo

Redistributing between bgpd and ospfd

2018-10-15 Thread openbsd
Hello, I am trying to get bgpd and ospfd play nicely with route redistribution. So far the only way I have found that suits my need is to use bgpd.conf network statements and rtlabels. So, to make ospfd learn route from bgpd I use rtlabels. So in bgpd.conf: match from set rtlabel from_bgpd

support new

2018-07-22 Thread Loopw OpenBSD
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Supermicro SuperServer E200-9A

2018-02-26 Thread OpenBSD user
Hello I want to build a OpenBSD firewall. And I have bought a Supermicro SuperServer E200-9A. There is installed a A2SDi-4C-HLN4F motherboard in it. I'm trying to installed OpenBSD 6.2 on it, but I have some problems. First I tried to boot it from an usb stick and thought I could use

Re: Suppessing logging of arp movement messages

2017-11-09 Thread OpenBSD
Torsten, Thanks for responding to my question. I know about this specific sysctl on FreeBSD. Used this one on pfSense as well. The issue is that this one, or functional similar seems not available on OpenBSD. MarcoPC > Op 8 nov. 2017, om 16:44 heeft torsten <tors...@cnc-london.ne

Re: Suppessing logging of arp movement messages

2017-11-09 Thread OpenBSD
;palad...@gmail.com> het > volgende geschreven: > > AFAIK there is no way to turn off those messages in the default kernel. You > could try to write a patch if you care: take a look at > src/sys/netinet/if_ether.c, line #625. > > Regards! > > > 2017-11-09

Re: Suppessing logging of arp movement messages

2017-11-09 Thread OpenBSD
Torsten, Thanks for responding to my question. I know about this specific sysctl on FreeBSD. Used this one on pfSense as well. The issue is that this one, or functional similar seems not available on OpenBSD. Maybe someone else has run into this before and found a way? Marco PC > Op 8

Suppessing logging of arp movement messages

2017-11-08 Thread OpenBSD
hello all, I have finally build an internet gateway with OpenBSD 6.2 (AMD64), including pf and IPSec. Great stuff. Now I am seeing a lot of arp movement, that I know are caused by Apple's Bonjour Sleep Proxy. Nov 8 00:00:27 gatekeeper /bsd: arp info overwritten for 192.168.20.99 by 00:46

Re: Qubes-OS is "fake" security

2017-05-12 Thread I love OpenBSD
Both OpenBSD and Qubes OS don't guarantee perfect security. Qubes OS has a different take on security than OpenBSD. Both have different advantages and disadvantages. Physical separation is more expensive and you need to transport more devices from place to place. Qubes OS lets you run mainstream

Intel's Management Technology is indeed vulnerable

2017-05-02 Thread I love OpenBSD
INTEL-SA-00075 There is an escalation of privilege vulnerability in Intel® Active Management Technology (AMT), Intel® Standard Manageability (ISM), and Intel® Small Business Technology versions firmware versions 6.x, 7.x, 8.x 9.x, 10.x, 11.0, 11.5, and 11.6 that can allow an unprivileged

Hosted CI with OpenBSD targets

2017-04-29 Thread Derek (openbsd-misc)
Hi! Wondering if anyone has experience with hosted CI services that support OpenBSD targets for building + tests. I haven't been successful finding any. Looking to add native OpenBSD support to a project's CI, hoping to draw on the community's experience. Would also prefer to run

Re: Topics for revised PF and networking tutorial

2017-04-07 Thread I love OpenBSD
I second to more IPv6 related information. I am curious about blocking port scanning in IPv6 Web. Does pf let me put a CIDR into the named table based on offending IPv6 address and 64-bit mask? I mean something similar to 'overload ' option.

Thanks to whoever wrote the "install response file" email script

2016-12-17 Thread OpenBSD lists
Just wanted to take a moment to thank the person/people responsible for adding that bit of code in. Saved my bacon just now. Had a system that stopped connecting to our auth server and tried to ssh to it to bring it back in, but couldn't get access with the user I created at install time.

Re: Hardware recommendations for compact 1U firewall

2016-12-15 Thread OpenBSD lists
that at some point while testing these boards, I ran OpenBSD on them without any issues. Those last families of Atoms are a bit underrated in my book. Jordon I recently replaced a pair of Soekris 6501's (BIOSes on both went blank) with some SuperMicro X11SBA-LN4F-O boards, SATA-DOM-064s, the CSE505

Re: Encrypted data partition

2016-12-14 Thread OpenBSD lists
years old, current release is 1.9.1. (It would be great of course if the package maintainer would find the time to update the package to a somewhat newer version some day :) Carsten For sharing encrypted data between OpenBSD and Linux, I just use an OpenBSD-based file server and connect to i

Re: How to make spamd more annoying ?

2016-12-13 Thread OpenBSD lists
Mikkel C. Simonsen wrote: OpenBSD lists wrote: Most of the spam I've received from marketing companies tends to come from send-only servers (looking at the user-agent of the sending server its some kind of Python library intended for just sending pre-formatted messages to a list of recipients

Re: How to make spamd more annoying ?

2016-12-13 Thread OpenBSD lists
openbsd spamd[99682]: (BLACK) x.x.x.x: <som...@spamdomain.com> -> <vic...@mydomain.com> Dec 12 19:27:40 openbsd spamd[99682]: x.x.x.x: To: victim <vic...@mydomain.com> Dec 12 19:27:40 openbsd spamd[99682]: x.x.x.x: From: =?utf-8?Lalalala= <x...@spamdomain.com> Dec 12 1

Re: 350MHz IBM Intel Pentium II runs 5.9 fine

2016-12-01 Thread OpenBSD lists
Craig Skinner wrote: Hi, On Wed, 30 Nov 2016 17:09:13 +0100 butresin wrote: On 16.11.29Tue 14:12, Craig Skinner wrote: real mem = 200740864 (191MB) avail mem = 184385536 (175MB) ... spdmem0 at iic0 addr 0x50: 64MB SDRAM non-parity PC100CL3 spdmem1 at iic0 addr 0x51: 64MB SDRAM non-parity

Re: 5.8 EOL

2016-12-01 Thread OpenBSD lists
Alessandro Baggi wrote: Il 01/12/2016 17:01, Marko Cupać ha scritto: On Thu, 1 Dec 2016 15:59:41 +0100 Alessandro Baggi <alessandro.ba...@gmail.com> wrote: Hi list, I've installed some years ago OpenBSD 5.8 on apu with 3 nics. I've tried to search but no look. What is the EOL for OpenB

Re: 5.8 EOL

2016-12-01 Thread OpenBSD lists
Alessandro Baggi wrote: Hi list, I've installed some years ago OpenBSD 5.8 on apu with 3 nics. I've tried to search but no look. What is the EOL for OpenBSD 5.8? Thanks in advance. 1 September 2016 when 6.0 was released. The only support versions are the current and the immediately

OT: Any experience connecting OpenBSD via ONT ?

2016-04-25 Thread openbsd
Does anyone have experience connecting an OpenBSD box via a fibre ONT ? I currently have a working setup using the OpenBSD box as a router/firewall for my LAN, connecting to the internet via an ethernet connected ADSL modem. I'm trying to replace this ADSL connection with Fibre. (Note: I

Re: Small FW boxes for CORP use (was: T40E APU?)

2016-03-11 Thread openbsd
On Fri, Mar 11, 2016 at 04:42:23PM -0500, Alan McKay wrote: > On Fri, Mar 11, 2016 at 4:36 PM, Josh Grosse wrote: > > 100Mbit? You could go even smaller, such as the PCEngines Alix > > platform. They are 32-bit (i386) only, however. > > > > Each NIC is able to sustain

Re: Add Bay Trail EHCI controller to pcidevs

2016-01-11 Thread openbsd
introduced in the ACPI 5.0 standard. Limitied support for this > variant has been added to the our ACPI implementation. > > * With this support, the machine boots OpenBSD, but hardware support > is still very limited. Basically only graphics (inteldrm(4)) and > USB (xhci(4)) wo

Re: Add Bay Trail EHCI controller to pcidevs

2015-12-17 Thread openbsd
>> Doesn't work, but at least it makes the dmesg look better.>What doesn't >> work?Hi Martin, Can't speak for Callum but in my case USB isn't working on Bay Trail. ASUS X205TA - amd64 16th december snapshot (now booting fine UEFI native) EHCI configured returns: ehci0 at pci0 dev 29 function 0

release and patch/errata info in (easily) machine readable format?

2015-12-05 Thread openbsd-misc
I mostly follow -stable, and have scripts/tools that enable me to (re)build stable from source with minimal human intervention. To further automate this process, it would be helpful to have the current release number and (at least) the most current patch number. Obviously this information is

Re: release and patch/errata info in (easily) machine readable format?

2015-12-05 Thread openbsd-misc
> On Dec 5, 2015, at 11:51 AM, trondd <tro...@kagu-tsuchi.com> wrote: > > On Sat, December 5, 2015 2:20 pm, openbsd-m...@clark-communications.com > wrote: >> I mostly follow -stable, and have scripts/tools that enable me to >> (re)build >> stable from so

Re: VGC-LV50DB: Intel G45: Xorg does not work in native 1920x1200 mode

2015-11-21 Thread OpenBSD user
/* Sony VGC-LV50DB cannot use SSC on LVDS */ > + { 0x2e22, 0x104d, 0x9043, quirk_ssc_force_disable }, > + > /* Acer Aspire 5734Z must invert backlight brightness */ > { 0x2a42, 0x1025, 0x0459, quirk_invert_brightness }, --- dmesg.GENERIC.MPWed Nov 18 00:54:00 2015

VGC-LV50DB: Intel G45: Xorg does not work in native 1920x1200 mode

2015-11-18 Thread OpenBSD user
1600x1200 60.00*+ VGA1 connected 1024x768+0+0 (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) 0mm x 0mm 1024x768 60.00* 800x600 60.3256.25 848x480 60.00 640x480 59.94 VIRTUAL1 disconnected (normal left inverted right x axis y axis) OpenBSD 5.8-current (GENERIC.MP

Re: CD's arrived

2015-10-09 Thread OpenBSD Store Misc
On 2015-10-08 22:13, ian kremlin wrote: Hello Syracuse, NY -- no CD, but poster has arrived. looks great! http://ce.gl/openbsd-5.8-poster.jpg ian Who can beat this old sckool?

Dell FX2 or Huawei E9000 dmesg(s), anyone?

2015-07-13 Thread OpenBSD user
Would anyone care to share amd64 dmesg(s) from Dell FX2 or Huawei E9000? Would be truly grateful!

OpenBSD 5.7 CD 2

2015-06-01 Thread OpenBSD Store Misc
Hello all, CD 2 has been dispatched for replacement on all orders. Sorry about the delay. Regards,

Re: OpenBSD 5.7 release -- CD2 issues

2015-05-15 Thread OpenBSD Store Misc
Maurice McCarthy wrote: On Fri, May 15, 2015 at 01:02:28PM -0600 or thereabouts, Theo de Raadt wrote: This will be shipped out to everyone, and will be inserted into the orders not yet shipped. If shipping to everyone costs money to the project, I don't want to receive mine. I will burn a CD

OpenBSD 5.7 Shipped

2015-05-07 Thread OpenBSD Store Misc
OpenBSD 5.7 shipped today. Sorry for the delay. Thank you,

Re: OpenBSD 5.7 Released

2015-05-01 Thread OpenBSD Store Misc
OpenBSD Store Misc wrote: We are very sorry, but there has been a production problem with 5.7 CDs - this is NOT a problem with the 5.7 release, but a manufacturing problem in that one of the master CD's was damaged in transit to the production facility, and this has resulted in a delay

Re: OpenBSD 5.7 Released

2015-05-01 Thread OpenBSD Store Misc
Ralph Siegler wrote: On Fri, 01 May 2015 00:06:46 +0200, Stefan Sperling wrote: May 1, 2015. We are pleased to announce the official release of OpenBSD 5.7. This is our 37th release on CD-ROM strange, this time round the pre-ordered (hours after announcement) CD's haven't shown up by now

OpenBSD hosting in Hong Kong?

2015-04-16 Thread OpenBSD user
Hello, I was wondering if there are any hosting companies in Hong Kong offering OpenBSD dedicated servers? Would be truly grateful for any replies!

LibreSSL Official T-shirts

2015-01-29 Thread OpenBSD Store Misc
Hi everyone, Some new awesome LibreSSL T-shirts are available to help fund developments. You can see them on https://www.openbsdstore.com. We’re running a small pre-order for about 2 weeks. If you have any questions please email us off list. Yes, these are official products with funds

Re: Openbsd broke my hard drive twice! Getting frustrated

2014-12-22 Thread OpenBSD lists
On Tue, Dec 23, 2014 at 12:04:25AM -0200, Henrique Lengler wrote: Could someone please explain me why this happened? Can you think about a way to fix this without send it to warranty? Any other questions? send me a reply, I'm really in need of help # cd /usr/src/distrib/miniroot/ # grep -B3

Re: OpenBSD 5.6 pre-orders in Germany possible

2014-09-30 Thread OpenBSD Europe
Am 09/30/14 um 14:42 schrieb Martijn van Duren: The openbsdstore.com has opend. Guess what I just did? ;-) Cheers, STEFAN Yep. We had a some issues to start with. *Please*, if you order and hit a problem, email it to ord...@openbsdstore.com and not on these lists. It's *much* easier for

Re: OpenBSD 5.6 pre-orders in Germany possible

2014-09-30 Thread OpenBSD Europe
On 9/30/14, OpenBSD Europe m...@openbsdeurope.com wrote: Am 09/30/14 um 14:42 schrieb Martijn van Duren: The openbsdstore.com has opend. Guess what I just did? ;-) Cheers, STEFAN Yep. We had a some issues to start with. *Please*, if you order and hit a problem, email it to ord

Re: OpenBSD 5.6 pre-orders in Germany possible

2014-09-27 Thread OpenBSD Europe
Hi folks, I just noticed that in Germany Lehmanns (see OpenBSD's order-site) already accepts pre-orders for OpenBSD 5.6-release. Guess what I just did :-) My little contribution to the project along with a big THANK YOU to the devs! Cheers, STEFAN Please don't do this and cancel your

Re: OpenBSD funding status

2014-01-19 Thread Desktop User OpenBSD
://marc.info/?l=openbsd-miscm=138730448307723 The second mail came at 2013-12-21 0:08:26 - http://marc.info/?l=openbsd-miscm=138758456722860w=2 http://www.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb/www/donations.html -- current: Sat Jan 18 16:37:37 2014 UTC old, before the mails: Thu Dec 12 18:03:28 2013

OpenBSD funding status

2014-01-18 Thread Desktop User OpenBSD
be there. 2) What is the status of the funding? The CAD$(?) 20,000? 3) Are there any subscriptions too or there are only one-time donations? 4) Could Theo or anyone from the OpenBSD team contact any vendors, or has the project any bigger subscription donator already? 5) If something would happen

Reproducible freeze while writing to msdos disk

2013-10-27 Thread openbsd
involved has given me any signs of instability before on different OS'es (amongst OpenBSD5.3) dmesg output: OpenBSD 5.4-current (GENERIC.MP) #73: Tue Oct 15 00:08:48 MDT 2013 dera...@amd64.openbsd.org:/usr/src/sys/arch/amd64/compile/GENERIC.MP real mem = 8149069824 (7771MB) avail mem

Irregular freezes of OpenBSD5.4-current on AMD64

2013-10-23 Thread openbsd
upload newer packages than on my CD? Could that cause incompatibility if you don't manage it well? Thanks in advance! My dmesg: # dmesg OpenBSD 5.4-current (GENERIC.MP) #73: Tue Oct 15 00:08:48 MDT 2013 dera...@amd64.openbsd.org:/usr/src/sys/arch/amd64/compile/GENERIC.MP real mem = 8149069824

Unable to open DVD device

2013-09-24 Thread OpenBSD
Hi Misc@, With Sun 8 Sep Snapshot (OpenBSD 5.4-current (GENERIC.MP) #53: Sun Sep 8 15:28:55 MDT 2013 - dmesg below [1]) my Toshiba Portege Laptop is no longer able to play DVD's, with errors about opening /dev/rcd0c: port:fred ~ mplayer dvd://1 MPlayer SVN-r35910 (C) 2000-2013 MPlayer Team

Re: Unable to open DVD device

2013-09-24 Thread OpenBSD
On 09/24/13 11:35, David Coppa wrote: On Tue, Sep 24, 2013 at 12:30 PM, OpenBSD open...@crowsons.net wrote: Hi Misc@, With Sun 8 Sep Snapshot (OpenBSD 5.4-current (GENERIC.MP) #53: Sun Sep 8 15:28:55 MDT 2013 - dmesg below [1]) my Toshiba Portege Laptop is no longer able to play DVD's

Re: Unable to open DVD device [fixed]

2013-09-24 Thread OpenBSD
On 09/24/13 11:30, OpenBSD wrote: Hi Misc@, With Sun 8 Sep Snapshot (OpenBSD 5.4-current (GENERIC.MP) #53: Sun Sep 8 15:28:55 MDT 2013 - dmesg below [1]) my Toshiba Portege Laptop is no longer able to play DVD's, with errors about opening /dev/rcd0c: port:fred ~ mplayer dvd://1 MPlayer SVN

Re: www.openbsd.org down?

2013-06-25 Thread Yusof Khalid - FreeBSD / OpenBSD
Yeah can't access from here (Kuala Lumpur, MY) On Tue, Jun 25, 2013 at 5:43 PM, Alan Cheng bsdp...@gmail.com wrote: I can't access www.openbsd.org right now. http://www.downforeveryoneorjustme.com/www.openbsd.org shows it's down. -- -- 7.2-RELEASE-p6

Re: Is openbsd.org down??

2013-06-17 Thread Yusof Khalid - FreeBSD / OpenBSD
Hi, The site (openbsd.org) still can't access from here (Malaysia). Just to report :) On Fri, Jun 14, 2013 at 12:32 AM, Nicolai nicolai-om...@chocolatine.orgwrote: It appears www.openbsd.org may have been down for a while. I had errors downloading some spamd files for a stretch of time in

Re: Is openbsd.org down??

2013-06-17 Thread Yusof Khalid - FreeBSD / OpenBSD
Hi, Sorry for the noise, the site look ok for now.. openDNS detect the site still down.. hmm awkward. Cheers! On Mon, Jun 17, 2013 at 3:35 PM, Yusof Khalid - FreeBSD / OpenBSD frysha...@gmail.com wrote: Hi, The site (openbsd.org) still can't access from here (Malaysia). Just to report

OpenBSD 5.3 - All Shipped

2013-05-02 Thread OpenBSD Europe
We've finished shipping. Thank you!

Re: ordered OBSD cd set.

2013-01-22 Thread Yusof Khalid - FreeBSD / OpenBSD
Hi, My first order was version 5.2 and delivered to Malaysia. I've received about 2 3 weeks after officially released. I think you should blame the postal service :) On Tue, Jan 22, 2013 at 6:55 PM, Otto Moerbeek o...@drijf.net wrote: On Tue, Jan 22, 2013 at 08:37:41AM -0200, Friedrich Locke

Re: firefox-18.0p0 segmentation faulting after upgrade to current

2013-01-22 Thread OpenBSD
systems connect to the internet via a third OpenBSD-box running squid on -current #16. Everything was fine before -current # 17. dmesg of the T60 at the end. Time to say THANK YOU to all of you working hard on your share of the project - well done! Regards, STEFAN Hi Stefan and misc@ This seems

firefox-18.0p0 segmentation faulting after upgrade to current

2013-01-21 Thread OpenBSD
Hi Misc, I've just upgraded to -current (OpenBSD 5.2-current (GENERIC) #17: Fri Jan 18 19:42:57 MST 2013) dmesg at [2] from the Jan 11 snapshot and done a pkg_add -vui. But when I start firefox[1] now it opens the window but shortly afterwards core dumps. I'm sure this is an issue with my

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