--- Ian Darwin wrote:
> Try doing it by the book, i.e., rcctl start nsd
> If it fails silently, try rcctl -d start nsd
Thanks for that.
I haven't upgraded my OpenBSD boxes in some years,
so I didn't know about it.
I have nsd working now, serving up my local DNS names.
Unbound is still not
I realise binding to 0.0.0.0 is akin to binding to INADDR_ANY, but could
you try binding to each interface address that you want seperately?
and then try again. Cross-check that they are
On 2020-07-07 15:28, ken.hendrick...@l3harris.com wrote:
> Unbound is still not working.
> I have a hunch, but cannot find it in the man pages,
> that somehow they have to talk to each other. Is this true?
depends on what you want them to do.
A DNS resolver and an authoritative DNS
I am trying to move to relayd (OpenBSD 6.7) from HAproxy by keeping my
config to serve multiple domains in SSL passthrough but I'm having some
difficulties. If I correctly understand, according to the man page it
looks like that redirections are used for passthrough traffic and relays
I'm still getting the issue from earlier where X freezes entirely and I
can't get it to work, though I've got no clue what's triggering it now,
there seem to be no *regular* outputs to /var/log/messages with the crash.
However, I was trying to trigger the bug earlier so I could hopefully
On 2020-07-07, Shadrock Uhuru wrote:
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> hi everyone
> should i remove these Obsolete package ?
these are nornal when a port has been removed. yes
with the patch the kernel loads and doesn't stop at "entry point at
0x1001000". But the kernel stops with a "Stopped at
gfx_v9_0_wait_reg_mem+0x307: int $3"
So for my machine the patch is the right direction but not the solution
:( I've tried the boot with the current snapshot
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