Re: Request for a package & a feature

2015-11-28 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2015-11-27, Loïc BLOT wrote: > Hello @misc > this evening i would thanks all OpenBSD team for their great OS for > Security & Networking. I'm using OpenBSD as a router at home on my > Orange FTTH link and it works great. > > As an improvement i would request

Re: vmmctl and vmd problem

2015-11-28 Thread freeunix
26 Nov 2015 at 21:10:06, Norman Golisz wrote: This is expected. vmm(4) is not yet enabled in the default kernel configuration. Thanks for your hints:) I tried "config -e -f /bsd", then "list" & "find vm". no result, OpenBSD amd64 snapshots in 28 Nov 2015. vmm, vmd, vmmctl on

Re: Install snapshot failes

2015-11-28 Thread Carsten Kunze
Hello, > In this particular case I would like to know if you're booting off > softraid or not. A dmesg would have told me. installboot still fails with the latest snapshot. This time I have a dmesg: OpenBSD 5.8-current (RAMDISK_CD) #1514: Fri Nov 27 22:55:36 MST 2015

Re: athn0: device timeout

2015-11-28 Thread bluesun08
Hi again, here are more error-messages: Nov 28 20:34:23 openbsd /bsd: athn0 detached Nov 28 20:34:25 openbsd /bsd: athn0 at uhub0 Nov 28 20:34:25 openbsd /bsd: port 1 configuration 1 interface 0 "ATHEROS USB2.0 WLAN" rev 2.00/1.08 addr 2 Nov 28 20:34:26 openbsd /bsd: athn0: AR9271 rev 1 (1T1R),

Re: The kernels of *BSD include nonfree firmware blobs?

2015-11-28 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2015-11-27, Michael McConville wrote: > Before asking questions like this in the future: > > 1. Do more research > 2. Don't use such inflammatory phrasing That's the whole point of the post though. https://marc.info/?a=14451132541=1=2 2015-11-27 The kernels of *BSD

Re: Request for a package & a feature

2015-11-28 Thread Loïc BLOT
Hi, thanks Stuart & Michael for your replies. For the PPPoE i have done a similar thing on my installation to make it working and that solve the problem As i see OpenBSD's dhclient have the user-class (option 77) but i also need vendor-class-identifier (named as is in isc-dhcp-client) &

Re: athn0: device timeout

2015-11-28 Thread Stefan Sperling
On Sat, Nov 28, 2015 at 03:59:08AM -0700, bluesun08 wrote: > Hi again, > > here are more error-messages: > > Nov 28 20:34:23 openbsd /bsd: athn0 detached > Nov 28 20:34:25 openbsd /bsd: athn0 at uhub0 > Nov 28 20:34:25 openbsd /bsd: port 1 configuration 1 interface 0 "ATHEROS > USB2.0 WLAN" rev

Re: Request for a package & a feature

2015-11-28 Thread Frank Groeneveld
On 11/28/15 12:47, Loïc BLOT wrote: As i see OpenBSD's dhclient have the user-class (option 77) but i also need vendor-class-identifier (named as is in isc-dhcp-client) & authentication (option 90,https://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc3118.txt). I didn't found those options. I use option 60

Re: Request for a package & a feature

2015-11-28 Thread Loïc BLOT
Hi Franck, Thanks it works perfect with your feedback :) I can now remove isc- dhcp-client and use the native dhclient ! Now i need to have a good Ipv6 native option (or pkg option) if there is something which works as good as dibbler -- Best regards, Loïc BLOT, UNIX systems, security and

Re: bridge fails to broadcast ARP from gif tunnel

2015-11-28 Thread Rolf Sommerhalder
After adding static ARP entries 'arp -s 172.16.1.5 ' to the ARP tables on each end HostA and HostB respectively, ping (and tcpbench) work fine end to end through the gif tunnels, from both sides. Thus my problem appears to be limited to ARP Requests resp. their Ethernet broadcasts not being

Re: athn0: device timeout

2015-11-28 Thread Stefan Sperling
On Sat, Nov 28, 2015 at 07:35:00AM -0700, bluesun08 wrote: > xhci0 at pci0 dev 20 function 0 "Intel Bay Trail xHCI" rev 0x0c: msi > usb0 at xhci0: USB revision 3.0 > uhub0 at usb0 "Intel xHCI root hub" rev 3.00/1.00 addr 1 > uhub2 at uhub0 port 2 "Genesys Logic USB2.0 Hub" rev 2.00/85.37 addr 3 >

Re: athn0: device timeout

2015-11-28 Thread bluesun08
ok, i try it on another machine but now i get the error message: athn0: could not load firmware Despite: ls /etc/firmware -r--r--r-- 1 root bin 70624 Aug 9 01:05 athn-ar7010 -r--r--r-- 1 root bin 70624 Aug 9 01:05 athn-ar7010-11 -r--r--r-- 1 root bin 51280 Aug 9 01:05

bridge fails to broadcast ARP from gif tunnel

2015-11-28 Thread Rolf Sommerhalder
Using the simple Layer-2 bridge setup below, an ICMP Ping 172.17.1.5 from HostA does not get to HostB while using EtherIP encapsulation with gif(4) at its tunnel end points. The Ping's initial Ethernet broadcasts with the ARP Requests make it through the gif tunnel to BridgeB, to both its bridge0

Re: athn0: device timeout

2015-11-28 Thread bluesun08
So now i can test my athn device on a) a different host controller and b) on a different machine. The results: The athn device won't work on a) and won't work on b). -- View this message in context: http://openbsd-archive.7691.n7.nabble.com/athn0-device-timeout-tp283934p283969.html Sent

Re: athn0: device timeout

2015-11-28 Thread bluesun08
ok, now i tested my adapter on a) another machine b) another usb port. Result: The adapter don't work on a) and don't work on b). Is there any other Wifi-USB-adapter which work reasonably reliable on OpenBSD in HostAP mode? regards Alex -- View this message in context:

Re: The kernels of *BSD include nonfree firmware blobs?

2015-11-28 Thread français
2015-11-27 18:35 GMT-02:00 bofh : Do you understand your question has been answered over and over again, and is not relevant here? Why do you continue by asking about blobs in FreeBSD? Because I interpreted badly, English is not my native language. Please forgive

Re: athn0: device timeout

2015-11-28 Thread bluesun08
sorry, i forgot: dmesg OpenBSD 5.8 (GENERIC.MP) #1236: Sun Aug 16 02:31:04 MDT 2015 dera...@amd64.openbsd.org:/usr/src/sys/arch/amd64/compile/GENERIC.MP real mem = 3965698048 (3781MB) avail mem = 3841617920 (3663MB) mpath0 at root scsibus0 at mpath0: 256 targets mainbus0 at root bios0 at

Re: Wireless PCI hardware

2015-11-28 Thread Alexander Salmin
On 2015-11-27 05:13, li...@wrant.com wrote: For USB I am using the run(4) driver for Ralink 802.11n product Netsys98N but my head hurts a bit while using it. You're most probably imagining the headache part or you have some sort of astigmatism (or another eye focus related condition you're

Re: Wireless PCI hardware

2015-11-28 Thread Alexander Salmin
On 2015-11-27 08:48, Tati Chevron wrote: - TP-Link TL-WN851ND Works on OpenBSD. On 2015-11-27 08:52, Jason McIntyre wrote: anyway i currently have a tp-link tl-wn881nd (so close!). it's an athn and has worked perfectly. it was very cheap, though i don;t remember the price. jmc Bought and

Re: startx fail on Lenovo G50-80 amd64

2015-11-28 Thread Andrew
On 11/28/15, Doug Hogan wrote: > On Fri, Nov 27, 2015 at 09:47:23AM +, freeu...@ruggedinbox.com wrote: >> I installed OpenBSD 5.8 on USB flash memory. It's fine:) >> Then Lenovo G50-80 could booting. but, startx fail and xdm was fail. > > I would focus on startx. > >>

Current kernel panic

2015-11-28 Thread Donald Allen
I recently reported a 5.8 Stable kernel panic associated with use of a USB drive on a particular machine I have (a desktop, Asus motherboad, AMD processor). That report turned out to be my error, brought about a mis-config-ed kernel. After restoring the vanilla 5.8 Stable kernel, the easily

Re: which in /dev/* for tethering to android?

2015-11-28 Thread Jason Adams
On 11/28/2015 02:07 PM, luke...@onemodel.org wrote: > Or, is the issue that I need to think differently about and somehow > be using ifconfig, urndis, or umsm? How old is this phone? Almost anything built in the last 3 years has wifi tethering built in. Just turn that on and connect to the

Re: Crash in gnome-control-center on latest amd64 snapshot / packages

2015-11-28 Thread Bryan C. Everly
Mike, Thanks for letting me know it got stripped out. I was worried about that given the size. Here's a link to the corefile: https://www.sendspace.com/file/cb1hpt The application is working well on my Thinkpad x220 and this is the first time I've ever been able to get things going this far

Re: Crash in gnome-control-center on latest amd64 snapshot / packages

2015-11-28 Thread Michael McConville
Bryan C. Everly wrote: > Hi, > > I've managed to get Gnome running on a Macbook Pro Retina 13 (Macbook 11,1) > and all seems well with some exceptions. The primary among them is a crash > of gnome-control-center on startup. > > When I run it from the terminal, I get a "Floating point exception"

Re: which in /dev/* for tethering to android?

2015-11-28 Thread Tati Chevron
On Sat, Nov 28, 2015 at 03:07:15PM -0700, luke...@onemodel.org wrote: I know these scripts probably lack important things, but I thought I should get a response from the "ATZ" command before expecting anything else to work. Are you able to issue AT commands to the device manually, using

Is OpenBSD dump/restore compatible with Linux?

2015-11-28 Thread Alan Corey
More of my running out of BIOS-accessible space saga. My Linux partitions with a few gigs of Android development stuff are intact on my laptop, I just need to rearrange the boot partition (I think). I've got empty partitions set aside for installing Linux on my desktop machine. Can I do a dump

Re: Install snapshot failes

2015-11-28 Thread Laurent Salle
On 27/11/15 15:05, Carsten Kunze wrote: > installing a todays amd64 snapshot with image install58.fs ends with > "installboot: No blocks to load". What can be the problem? I can confirm the problem. When installing an amd64 system with a snapshot dated 2015/11/28, the setup ends with the

which in /dev/* for tethering to android?

2015-11-28 Thread luke350
I'd like to get an internet connection via my android phone (on tmobile). After connecting the phone via usb and turning on its tethering option, I see the usb info in dmesg, but when I try to run the pppd chat script it doesn't get any response from the phone. I wonder if it's because I need to

Re: which in /dev/* for tethering to android?

2015-11-28 Thread Jiri B
On Sat, Nov 28, 2015 at 03:07:15PM -0700, luke...@onemodel.org wrote: > I'd like to get an internet connection via my android phone (on > tmobile). After connecting the phone via usb and turning on its > tethering option, I see the usb info in dmesg, but when I try to run > the pppd chat script

Re: which in /dev/* for tethering to android?

2015-11-28 Thread Michael McConville
Jason Adams wrote: > On 11/28/2015 02:07 PM, luke...@onemodel.org wrote: > > Or, is the issue that I need to think differently about and somehow > > be using ifconfig, urndis, or umsm? > > How old is this phone? > > Almost anything built in the last 3 years has wifi tethering built in. > Just

Crash in gnome-control-center on latest amd64 snapshot / packages

2015-11-28 Thread Bryan C. Everly
Hi, I've managed to get Gnome running on a Macbook Pro Retina 13 (Macbook 11,1) and all seems well with some exceptions. The primary among them is a crash of gnome-control-center on startup. When I run it from the terminal, I get a "Floating point exception" and gdb shows: Program received

Re: Crash in gnome-control-center on latest amd64 snapshot / packages

2015-11-28 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2015-11-29, Bryan C. Everly wrote: > Mike, > > Thanks for letting me know it got stripped out. I was worried about that > given the size. Here's a link to the corefile: > > https://www.sendspace.com/file/cb1hpt core files by themselves aren't all that useful, run

Re: which in /dev/* for tethering to android?

2015-11-28 Thread Stuart Henderson
On 2015-11-28, luke...@onemodel.org wrote: > I'd like to get an internet connection via my android phone (on > tmobile). Two options: - enable USB tethering, "dhclient urndis0". - enable wifi hotspot and connect to it.

xbacklight(1) not functional on MacBookAir7,2

2015-11-28 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
I've posted several times about the MacBookAir7,2 (2015 Broadwell) and how it's working fairly well. One thing that is not working is xbacklight(1) to change the screen brightness. The similar MacBookAir6,1 (2013/2014 Haswell) works perfectly with xbacklight(1). What I'm mostly wondering is if

Re: Crash in gnome-control-center on latest amd64 snapshot / packages

2015-11-28 Thread Bryan C. Everly
Mike, Interestingly enough, when I tried building control-center from source with debug on, it crashed part of the way through running /usr/bin/awk (how's that for weird). Same story - floating point exception. The specific command being ran was: awk -f "./xsldoc.awk"

Re: athn0: device timeout

2015-11-28 Thread Bryan Vyhmeister
On Sat, Nov 28, 2015 at 09:24:23AM -0700, bluesun08 wrote: > ok, now i tested my adapter on > a) another machine > b) another usb port. > > Result: The adapter don't work on a) and don't work on b). > > Is there any other Wifi-USB-adapter which work reasonably reliable on > OpenBSD in HostAP