ASUS A7V8X-X anyone?

2006-01-22 Thread Joakim Roubert
Hi! Searching archives for ASUS A7V8X-X, I have found some bug reports from 2003-2004, but then nothing. Is anybody using that motherboard with e.g. 3.8, and if so, is it working/stable? Best regards, /Joakim -- http://www.df.lth.se/~jokke/

Re: openbsd on irix

2006-01-22 Thread Jonathan Gray
On Sun, Jan 22, 2006 at 09:43:56AM +0100, Lars Weste wrote: hi, reading http://www.openbsd.org/sgi.html, confuses a bit. at the top it is stated that the port will run at r4000 and up. at the bottom, in supported hardware, the r5000 is the smallest supported processor. Which statement

Seja feliz ! 22/1/2006

2006-01-22 Thread Mour
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Re: openbsd on irix

2006-01-22 Thread Lars Weste
Hi, You take it out of context. OpenBSD/sgi is a fully featured 64 bit port and will thus only run on systems based on 64 bit processors, i.e. R4000 and up. Currently only O2s are supported which start at r5k. The port could be enhanced to support older machines based around

Re: ASUS A7V8X-X anyone?

2006-01-22 Thread Matthias Kilian
On Sun, Jan 22, 2006 at 09:40:32AM +0100, Joakim Roubert wrote: Searching archives for ASUS A7V8X-X, I have found some bug reports from 2003-2004, but then nothing. Is anybody using that motherboard with e.g. 3.8, Yes. and if so, is it working/stable? Yes, dmesg below. I only have to

running snapshot (obsd 3.9-beta), not able to compile GENERIC kernel

2006-01-22 Thread Didier Wiroth
Hi, I've installed (on a newly formated disk) openbsd 3.9-beta (snapshot from 19.1) on my laptop I've added a few packages from the snapshot/packages/i386 (kdebase etc...) Then I've fetched the latest sources: cvs -q -d [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/cvs get -P src I tried to build a kernel like

Re: Partition sizing

2006-01-22 Thread Joachim Schipper
On Sat, Jan 21, 2006 at 02:15:37PM -0600, J Moore wrote: On Sat, Jan 21, 2006 at 05:42:08PM +0800, the unit calling itself Lars Hansson wrote: On Sat, 21 Jan 2006 03:30:34 -0600 Get a bigger H/D... 40 GB is about the smallest you can buy today; 4 GB drives have not been made in

Re: running snapshot (obsd 3.9-beta), not able to compile GENERIC kernel

2006-01-22 Thread Lukasz Sztachanski
On Sun, Jan 22, 2006 at 12:01:18PM +, Didier Wiroth wrote: /usr/src/sys/dev/pci/trm_pci.c:67: warning: excess elements in struct initializer /usr/src/sys/dev/pci/trm_pci.c:67: warning: (near initialization for `trm_pci_ca') *** Error code 1 Stop in

Re: running snapshot (obsd 3.9-beta), not able to compile GENERIC kernel

2006-01-22 Thread Jonathan Gray
On Sun, Jan 22, 2006 at 12:01:18PM +, Didier Wiroth wrote: Hi, I've installed (on a newly formated disk) openbsd 3.9-beta (snapshot from 19.1) on my laptop I've added a few packages from the snapshot/packages/i386 (kdebase etc...) Then I've fetched the latest sources: cvs -q -d

Re: Downloads limiting with PF

2006-01-22 Thread Marco Peereboom
http://www.openbsd.org/faq/pf/queueing.html http://www.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/man.cgi?query=pf.confapropos=0sektion=0manpath=OpenBSD+Currentarch=i386format=html That should get you started. On Sat, Jan 21, 2006 at 11:27:50PM +0200, Maxim Vetsalo wrote: Hi Sorry for my english first :-( I try to

Re: running snapshot (obsd 3.9-beta), not able to compile GENERIC kernel

2006-01-22 Thread Didier Wiroth
On Sun, Jan 22, 2006 at 12:01:18PM +, Didier Wiroth wrote: /usr/src/sys/arch/i386/compile/GENERIC/../../../../dev/pci/trm_pci.c /usr/src/sys/dev/pci/trm_pci.c:67: warning: excess elements in struct initializer /usr/src/sys/dev/pci/trm_pci.c:67: warning: (near initialization for

Hardware+OpenBSD wiki

2006-01-22 Thread Travers Buda
In light of all the recent activity on misc about will OpenBSD run on X? perhaps someone would like to host a wiki for strange/new hardware? Travers

Re: Partition advice

2006-01-22 Thread M...
--- Peter N. M. Hansteen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On a system within reach here with full source and a ports tree, the partition which houses /, /tmp and /usr has about 3.8 used, with /usr consuming roughly 3.4 gigabytes. Skip X and system sources, you'll go a lot lighter. -- Peter

Re: Hardware+OpenBSD wiki

2006-01-22 Thread Darrin Chandler
Travers Buda wrote: In light of all the recent activity on misc about will OpenBSD run on X? perhaps someone would like to host a wiki for strange/new hardware? Travers Are you volunteering? It wasn't long ago that the OpenBSD Metastore got going, amid some controversy. I haven't

Re: ASUS A7V8X-X anyone?

2006-01-22 Thread Joakim Roubert
On 22/01/06 11:41, Matthias Kilian wrote: Yes, dmesg below. On 22/01/06 13:15, Andy Hayward wrote: Works perfectly, as long as you either tweak the pcibios(4) flags, or disable the audio device in the BIOS. Thanks a lot!! I have bought that computer now, and the guy who sold it actually had

redirecting domain names

2006-01-22 Thread Peter Fraser
On my windows machines, I use the hosts file from http://www.mvps.org/winhelp2002/hosts.htm; which removes a lot of junk from the internet. Rather than going to each machine an installing this hosts file in \windows\system32\drivers\etc I would rather have my firewall block these names instead.

Re: redirecting domain names

2006-01-22 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2006/01/22 12:39, Peter Fraser wrote: Rather than going to each machine an installing this hosts file in \windows\system32\drivers\etc I would rather have my firewall block these names instead. Please note the blocking has to be done on the name, not the ip address. You'll need to use

Re: redirecting domain names

2006-01-22 Thread Nick Holland
Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2006/01/22 12:39, Peter Fraser wrote: Rather than going to each machine an installing this hosts file in \windows\system32\drivers\etc I would rather have my firewall block these names instead. Please note the blocking has to be done on the name, not the ip

Re: Tyan S2885, 3 Video Cards Trouble

2006-01-22 Thread Nick Holland
Robert Jacobs wrote: Hello all, I got a Tyan S2885 motherboard and am trying to get Xorg to work with 3 PCI Radeon video cards. I have always had X work with this many or more video cards so I'm thinking that there might be something specific to this setup that is screwed up. First tried

Routing problem?

2006-01-22 Thread Jonas Lindskog
Hello, We are running Open BSD 3.8 as a firewall router. The router has two internal networks to handle; a DMZ with real ip adresses and a NAT network to which our workstations are connected. The problem I have is that its not possible to connect to the server on the DMZ (ip 38.87.5.122,

Re: redirecting domain names

2006-01-22 Thread Joakim Aronius
Hi, I use DNS to solve this too. Got my list from http://pgl.yoyo.org/adservers/ which can generate config files in a bunch if different formats. Works great. Cheers, /jkm * Nick Holland ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2006/01/22 12:39, Peter Fraser wrote: Rather

Re: OpenBSD 3.8, fxp, device timeout

2006-01-22 Thread receive . mailinglists
Hello, I just want to inform you that the problems are resolved with the current OpenBSD 3.9 bootfloppy (ftp://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/snapshots/i386/floppy39.fs). I just added to the bootfloppy /etc/boot.conf (for console output via serial port) and the network works without any problems ;)

Re: NIS/NFS server and MFS

2006-01-22 Thread Otto Moerbeek
On Sun, 22 Jan 2006, Jose Fragoso wrote: Hi, I was given the task to setup an OpenBSD NFS server. The machine allocated for the task is fairly well served with RAM memory (2G). I though of using MFS for the /tmp filesystem, but I don't know: Wrap your lines! 1. How much space would I

Re: Partition sizing

2006-01-22 Thread Ted Unangst
On 1/21/06, Kevin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 1/21/06, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Lots of fsck time and an unbootable system if I understand this stuff. Actually, since fsck is all about metadata (inodes), a big, mostly-empty isn't going to take much longer to check than a

Re: redirecting domain names

2006-01-22 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2006/01/22 13:54, Nick Holland wrote: You'll need to use a web proxy for this. Just set up a poisoned DNS resolver to mangle resolution of any domain or subdomain you don't want people going to, which is what you are doing in a machine-by-machine

Re: Routing problem?

2006-01-22 Thread Jason Dixon
On Jan 22, 2006, at 1:07 PM, Jonas Lindskog wrote: Hello, We are running Open BSD 3.8 as a firewall router. The router has two internal networks to handle; a DMZ with real ip adresses and a NAT network to which our workstations are connected. The problem I have is that its not possible to

CARP not preempt-ing correctly

2006-01-22 Thread Chris Cameron
When one interface fails in a carp setup, it is my understanding that if net.inet.carp.preempt is set to '1', that both interfaces on the single machine should fail. However I'm not seeing this happening and I'm hoping this is why I'm dropping connections during fail over. If I fail both

Re: Routing problem?

2006-01-22 Thread Melameth, Daniel D.
Jonas Lindskog wrote: We are running Open BSD 3.8 as a firewall router. The router has two internal networks to handle; a DMZ with real ip adresses and a NAT network to which our workstations are connected. The problem I have is that its not possible to connect to the server on the DMZ (ip

Debugging httpd

2006-01-22 Thread Alexander Farber
Hi, how could I please compile the in-tree Apache with -ggdb added and -O2 removed? I've tried setting EXTRA_CFLAGS=-ggdb in src/Configuration, but that file seems not to be used. Also I've tried looking at src/Makefile.bsd-wrapper and the .included /usr/share/mk/bsd.{own,obj,subdir}.mk, but

Re: Tyan S2885, 3 Video Cards Trouble

2006-01-22 Thread Robert Jacobs
Try this strategy... Remove all but one video card. Get X working on that one card, using an xorg.conf file. Insert a second card, keep X working on the one card (this seems to be an important step...and not quite as trivial as it sounds). Get X working on the two cards. Insert third card, keep X

Re: CARP not preempt-ing correctly

2006-01-22 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Chris Cameron wrote: When one interface fails in a carp setup, it is my understanding that if net.inet.carp.preempt is set to '1', that both interfaces on the single machine should fail. However I'm not seeing this happening and I'm hoping this is why I'm dropping connections during fail over.

Re: CARP not preempt-ing correctly

2006-01-22 Thread Daniel Ouellet
Daniel Ouellet wrote: Chris Cameron wrote: When one interface fails in a carp setup, it is my understanding that if net.inet.carp.preempt is set to '1', that both interfaces on the single machine should fail. However I'm not seeing this happening and I'm hoping this is why I'm dropping

Re: Downloads limiting with PF

2006-01-22 Thread Maxim Vetsalo
On Sunday 22 January 2006 15:29, you wrote: http://www.openbsd.org/faq/pf/queueing.html http://www.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/man.cgi?query=pf.confapropos=0sektion=0ma npath=OpenBSD+Currentarch=i386format=html That should get you started. Greate thanks for your answer, Marco! I had read it, but

Re: Downloads limiting with PF

2006-01-22 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2006/01/23 00:23, Maxim Vetsalo wrote: Greate thanks for your answer, Marco! I had read it, but didn't find solution for my problem yet. You missed the pf.conf(5) section on service curves, then.

Re: redirecting domain names

2006-01-22 Thread Rod.. Whitworth
On Sun, 22 Jan 2006 12:39:15 -0500, Peter Fraser wrote: On my windows machines, I use the hosts file from http://www.mvps.org/winhelp2002/hosts.htm; which removes a lot of junk from the internet. Rather than going to each machine an installing this hosts file in \windows\system32\drivers\etc I

Re: Anonym.OS - OpenBSD-based live CD

2006-01-22 Thread Scott Francis
On 1/19/06, NetNeanderthal [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [snip] I'm less than impressed with it after mounting the iso and viewing the contents. Their documentation is poor, if not void of content altogether. you mean, aside from including man38.tgz? What else are you looking for? There's some

Suggestions about a replacement for FTP over SSL [long]

2006-01-22 Thread Joachim Schipper
Hello all, I am currently migrating a server to a trio of machines using OpenBSD, and ran into a bit of a design problem. Most of this is not OpenBSD specific; I'll happily take this question elsewhere if told so, but it would not exactly be the first non-OpenBSD-specific question here. To start

float question

2006-01-22 Thread ramrunner
Hi , i am not sure if the following indicates a prob, if it does i will issue a PR. *sorry if i miss something here* cosider the following: (obsd x86 3.8-current gcc version 3.3.5 (propolice)) float a; int main() { for(;a3;a+=0.1) printf(%f\n,a); return 1; } output

Re: Suggestions about a replacement for FTP over SSL [long]

2006-01-22 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2006/01/23 00:57, Joachim Schipper wrote: The main problem, right now, is file transfers. The old server serves FTP over SSL. Is passive FTP over SSH-tunnel any good? It's easy enough to use a win32 build of OpenSSH, or plink from PuTTY, to give an easy-to-click interface for Windows users,

Re: CARP not preempt-ing correctly

2006-01-22 Thread Chris Cameron
Running 3.8. Chris Daniel Ouellet wrote: Chris Cameron wrote: When one interface fails in a carp setup, it is my understanding that if net.inet.carp.preempt is set to '1', that both interfaces on the single machine should fail. However I'm not seeing this happening and I'm hoping this is

Re: Suggestions about a replacement for FTP over SSL [long]

2006-01-22 Thread viq
Just a thought - why not samba? With some additions, like http://www.camden.rutgers.edu/HELP/Documentation/Unix/stunnel/S50-1331_stunnel.php or otherwise VPN it. ...yeah, i guess it deviates then from the simple setup you had before... -- viq

Re: float question

2006-01-22 Thread David Higgs
Floating point numbers aren't perfectly precise. See http://c-faq.com/fp/ --david On 1/22/06, ramrunner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi , i am not sure if the following indicates a prob, if it does i will issue a PR. *sorry if i miss something here* cosider the following: (obsd x86 3.8-current

Re: float question

2006-01-22 Thread theo
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 ramrunner wrote: float a; int main() { for(;a3;a+=0.1) printf(%f\n,a); return 1; } output : 0.00 0.10 2.70 2.79 2.89 2.99 why does the add loses a decimal point? float is

overload and sub-Tables?

2006-01-22 Thread Sebastian Rother
Is it possible that I could do something like a better sorting using Tables and PF? I mean overload is a great function but if I use it for serval Ports I've (as far as I know) to use multiple Tables if I wanna know who e.g. does SSH-Brute-Forces or who does HTTP-CGI-Scanning and such crap. In

Re: Tyan S2885, 3 Video Cards Trouble

2006-01-22 Thread Nick Holland
Robert Jacobs wrote: Try this strategy... Remove all but one video card. Get X working on that one card, using an xorg.conf file. Insert a second card, keep X working on the one card (this seems to be an important step...and not quite as trivial as it sounds). Get X working on the two cards.

Re: Anonym.OS - OpenBSD-based live CD

2006-01-22 Thread NetNeanderthal
On 1/22/06, Scott Francis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: you mean, aside from including man38.tgz? What else are you looking for? There's some docs on their website, but why would you need anything beyond what ships with OpenBSD? There's a man page for everything, and while they don't include a we

Never mind... Re: pf by mac address?

2006-01-22 Thread David Benfell
On Sun, 22 Jan 2006 21:08:34 -0800, David Benfell wrote: Perhaps I'm looking for this the wrong way. My local network now (and hopefully temporarily) includes hostile users. I may need to exercise controls on their Internet usage by machine. Still what I think I'd like to do -- because

pf by mac address?

2006-01-22 Thread David Benfell
Hello all, Perhaps I'm looking for this the wrong way. My local network now (and hopefully temporarily) includes hostile users. I may need to exercise controls on their Internet usage by machine. Now, I can certainly tell dhcpd to give certain machines certain IP addresses by reference to

Re: Anonym.OS - OpenBSD-based live CD

2006-01-22 Thread Bihlmaier Andreas
On Sun, Jan 22, 2006 at 11:49:05PM -0500, NetNeanderthal wrote: On 1/22/06, Scott Francis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: you mean, aside from including man38.tgz? What else are you looking for? There's some docs on their website, but why would you need anything beyond what ships with OpenBSD?