Re: When will be created a great desktop experience for OpenBSD?

2019-05-09 Thread Charles
@ Steve > One point I didn't see in RFC's post is stability. When I used OpenBSD > back in 2010, subjectively it seemed more stable, more consistent, and > less surprising than any Linux I'd ever used (and of course than any > Windows I'd ever used). If my computer were just for web browsing,

Re: When will be created a great desktop experience for OpenBSD?

2019-05-08 Thread Charles
I'd like to chime in here, on a slightly different subject. I think the OP (Clark) raises a point, but I suggest he's coming it from the wrong angle. I think there's something here to discuss that I have not seen mentioned in this thread thus far. TL;DR: the OpenBSD (and friends) way of thinking

Re: Xorg blanks until I switch to a TTY and back on 6.5

2019-04-30 Thread Charles
On Mon, Apr 29, 2019 at 05:05:25PM +1000, Jonathan Gray wrote: > On Sun, Apr 28, 2019 at 07:26:54PM -0400, Charles wrote: > > Hello list, > > > > Ever since the new inteldrm driver got merged into -current, shortly > > before the 6.5 release, I'm seeing an odd new behav

Xorg blanks until I switch to a TTY and back on 6.5

2019-04-28 Thread Charles
no effect. I would attach xorg logs and dmesg, but AFAIK misc@ does not allow attachments, and I don't want to annoy people with that much inline info. Thanks, ~ Charles

Re: OT: mail retrieval software

2007-08-01 Thread Charles Longeau
(rather than forwarded to port 25) with the --mda or -m option. Best regards, Charles Longeau

Re: Macppc G3 Powerbook - Install Fails

2005-11-17 Thread Charles Farinella
. Worked for us. -- Charles Farinella Appropriate Solutions, Inc. (www.AppropriateSolutions.com) [EMAIL PROTECTED] 603.924.6079

3.8 panic on boot (rd0)

2006-01-07 Thread Charles Sprickman
gw# I have this thing hooked up via serial now, so if someone can point me in the right direction (how to get a dump when booting from CD, how to look at that dump, etc.), I will gladly do so. I have also included the 3.3 dmesg below. Thanks, Charles _ Here is the partial boot message

trouble with ports

2006-01-16 Thread Charles Farinella
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Re: 3.8 panic on boot (rd0)

2006-01-20 Thread Charles Sprickman
Leaving the history intact, following up below. An offlist reply suggested trying a more recent snapshot of -current. It also paniced in the same place. On Sat, 7 Jan 2006, Kenneth R Westerback wrote: On Sat, Jan 07, 2006 at 03:23:15PM -0500, Charles Sprickman wrote: Hello all, I have

kernel debugging when booted off install cd

2006-02-02 Thread Charles Sprickman
to save a dump when booting off of the install CD. I do have a serial console available (set tty com0). If getting a dump isn't possible, I'd then like to know how to get into the kernel debugger. I figure that I can gather information that's more helpful this way. Thanks, Charles

Re: kernel debugging when booted off install cd

2006-02-04 Thread Charles Sprickman
On Fri, 3 Feb 2006, Rogier Krieger wrote: On 2/3/06, Charles Sprickman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It either freezes or panics when probing (or creating?) rd0, which I assume is the ramdisk used in the install. It runs 3.3 fine. Perhaps you need to look at the FAQ if you're running i386

Re: kernel debugging when booted off install cd

2006-02-05 Thread Charles Sprickman
On Sun, 5 Feb 2006, Nick Holland wrote: Charles Sprickman wrote: Hello all, I'm still not able to get OpenBSD 3.4-3.8 loaded on my old firewall box. It either freezes or panics when probing (or creating?) rd0, which I assume is the ramdisk used in the install. It runs 3.3 fine. So rather

Re: gunzip changes lastmod time?

2007-04-19 Thread Charles Longeau
://cvs.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/query-pr-wrapper?full=yesnumbers=5417 Best regards, Charles Longeau

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Re: wi: ifconfig txpower wrong for non 100mW wireless cards?

2006-06-14 Thread Charles Dietlein
-list. Cheers, Charles

ClamAV compile fails

2006-07-24 Thread Charles Farinella
in /usr/src/clamav-0.88.3 (line 374 of Makefile). *** Error code 1 Stop in /usr/src/clamav-0.88.3 (line 233 of Makefile). === I'm going to have to update this on a regular basis and need to figure out how to do it so I'm looking for some pointers, please. thanks, --charlie -- Charles Farinella

Kernel panic

2006-08-16 Thread Charles Farinella
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newsyslog.conf help?

2006-08-17 Thread Charles Farinella
644 5 * 24Z /var/amavisd/clamav/log/clamd.log _amavisd:_amavisd 644 5 * 168 Z ~ Charles Farinella Appropriate Solutions, Inc. (www.AppropriateSolutions.com) [EMAIL

Re: newsyslog.conf help?

2006-08-18 Thread Charles Farinella
On Thu, 2006-08-17 at 20:54, Garance A Drosihn wrote: At 5:56 PM -0400 8/17/06, Charles Farinella wrote: Hi, All my logs rotate as expected except 1, my amavisd.log. My newsyslog.conf file follows and I have the amavisd.log set up the same as the rest of them. I have no idea what's wrong

Re: newsyslog.conf help?

2006-08-18 Thread Charles Farinella
On Thu, 2006-08-17 at 18:35, Bryan Irvine wrote: can you port the output of syslogd -d? --Bryan On 17 Aug 2006 17:56:40 -0400, Charles Farinella [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, All my logs rotate as expected except 1, my amavisd.log. My newsyslog.conf file follows and I have

Re: Sun SMP Hardware [was RE: Version 4.0 release ]

2006-10-10 Thread Charles Dietlein
I've gotten a few replies with people interested in parting with E450s, 250s, 280s, and 220s (I have an Ultra 2 to throw onto the pile, for what its worth). So far, every reply has been, It's yours if you pay to ship it. If any devs would find any of these useful, or know of a dev who would find

More donations for hardware

2006-11-07 Thread Charles Dietlein
on category). I'll chip in 50 EUR/USD to the categories which receive most interest. Let's do it! Best regards, Charles

yacc rebuild

2008-07-10 Thread Charles Smith
Good afternoon! So, before the next make build I must rebuild the yacc alone. I would like to know how can I rebuild yacc. I searched in old errata patches, Makefiles, bsd.*.mk files. In my previous logfile (2008.07.07/src_make_build) I see, that by yacc the make cleandir is used: rm -f yacc.cat1

neomagic and the needs-update entries

2008-07-12 Thread Charles Smith
Good afternoon! In xenocara/MODULES file a needs-update entry, eg by neomagic, can provoke errors, like PR pending/5836 [0]? The PR in short: On i386 ThinkPad 600X (NeoMagic 256ZX NM2360) doesn't work WindowMaker since 2008.04.10 (or before too, that was my first test after 4.3 RELEASE

Re: neomagic and the needs-update entries

2008-07-20 Thread Charles Smith
--- On Sat, 7/12/08, Charles Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: From: Charles Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: neomagic and the needs-update entries To: misc@openbsd.org Date: Saturday, July 12, 2008, 6:09 PM Good afternoon! In xenocara/MODULES file a needs-update entry, eg by neomagic, can

pf examples needed

2007-01-16 Thread Charles Farinella
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Re: pf examples needed

2007-01-16 Thread Charles Farinella
Thanks to all for the help. Martin Toft wrote: On Tue, Jan 16, 2007 at 09:32:02AM -0500, Charles Farinella wrote: I have an OpenBSD 3.9 machine with a public IP providing NAT and firewalling for our internal network. It has 3 interfaces: dc0: public ip from internet X.X.X.25 dc1: 192.168.100

Re: pf examples needed

2007-01-16 Thread Charles Farinella
Charles Farinella wrote: Thanks to all for the help. Martin Toft wrote: On Tue, Jan 16, 2007 at 09:32:02AM -0500, Charles Farinella wrote: I have an OpenBSD 3.9 machine with a public IP providing NAT and firewalling for our internal network. It has 3 interfaces: dc0: public ip from internet

Re: pf examples needed [solved]

2007-01-17 Thread Charles Farinella
Charles Farinella wrote: On Tue, Jan 16, 2007 at 09:32:02AM -0500, Charles Farinella wrote: I have an OpenBSD 3.9 machine with a public IP providing NAT and firewalling for our internal network. It has 3 interfaces: dc0: public ip from internet X.X.X.25 dc1: 192.168.100.x to internal network

vendor list (was: dmesg IBM x3650 OpenBSD 4.3 )

2008-10-13 Thread Charles Smith
to create a web section listing the reasonable and bastard vendors? I think it would be useful in two points: * helps to OpenBSD community to choose the right hardware * make good or bad publicity depending on real vendor's position Anyway it's only an idea. +1 I very like the idea.

root.mail at Nov 1

2009-09-30 Thread Charles Smith
Index: src/etc/root/root.mail === RCS file: /cvs/src/etc/root/root.mail,v retrieving revision 1.87 diff -u -r1.87 root.mail --- src/etc/root/root.mail 24 Jun 2009 06:46:07 - 1.87 +++ src/etc/root/root.mail 30 Sep

Re: root.mail at Nov 1

2009-09-30 Thread Charles Smith
--- On Wed, 9/30/09, Miod Vallat m...@online.fr wrote: It's too late for this. Yes, I have realised this too after sending. Sorry for the noise.

minor bump is src/.../shlib_version

2009-10-27 Thread Charles Smith
Good afternoon! When there is a major bump in src/.../shlib_version files, snapshots sets must be correspond with snapshots packages. For example: src/lib/libkrb5/shlib_version src/gnu/lib/libiberty/shlib_version src/lib/libc/shlib_version src/lib/libm/shlib_version Maybe with minor bump too?

major bump note in faq/current.html

2010-05-27 Thread Charles Smith
Can we ask in the future something similar at src/*/shlib_version major bumps? Index: current.html === RCS file: /cvs/www/faq/current.html,v retrieving revision 1.221 diff -u -r1.221 current.html --- current.html 27 May 2010

Re: major bump note in faq/current.html

2010-05-28 Thread Charles Smith
Thank you for the polite answers. On Thu, May 27, 2010 at 10:58 AM, Charles Smith chasm_...@gmx.com wrote: Can we ask in the future something similar at src/*/shlib_version major bumps? Can we ask in the present that you actually describe what problem you're trying to solve when you suggest

Re: major bump note in faq/current.html

2010-05-28 Thread Charles Smith
Or maybe just send a heads up mail to m...@.

Re: major bump note in faq/current.html

2010-05-28 Thread Charles Smith
Nowadays I'm using snapshots, but it can be current also, it is imo unimportant within aspect. Sometimes, seldom, I see on sources-changes@ major bumps. I mark the precise date, when the major bump happened. At the next upgrade i pay big attention that my base system must correspond with

Re: major bump note in faq/current.html

2010-05-28 Thread Charles Smith
- Original Message - From: Vadim Zhukov 2010/5/28 Charles Smith chasm_...@gmx.com: Or maybe just send a heads up mail to m...@. You do not need to bother about ABI changes if you're using -STABLE(thanks to developers). And if you're using -CURRENT, you'redefinitely advised

Re: major bump note in faq/current.html

2010-05-29 Thread Charles Smith
Can we ask in the future something similar at src/*/shlib_version major bumps? to avoid ``pkg_add -u'' complaining about bad major/minor I do the following: - check that my mirror is up to date ie ``ls'' to make sure all files belong to the same snap you mean: all

Re: preserving editor files

2010-09-17 Thread Charles Smith
- Original Message - From: Jean-FranC'ois SIMON Sent: 09/08/10 08:50 PM To: openbsd-misc Subject: preserving editor files Hi All, At start-up the OS stays several minutes on preserving editor files. Could you please inform me what to do about this what is the system

Novice browser questions

2011-05-01 Thread Charles Blair
Is the absence of a graphical browser from the base system a statement that any attempt to do such things as look at stuff on youtube is inherently unsafe? Is tor considered a safe way to do anonymous browsing, or does openbsd recommend an alternative?

Strange line in the routing table after carp failover?

2007-11-15 Thread Charles Price
Hi, I have a pair of routers running OpenBSD 4.2 release, each with four ethernet interfaces (fxp0, fxp1, fxp2, fxp3) and carp on all four interfaces. fxp0 and fxp1 are /30 networks over which I run BGP sessions to our upstream providers. Router A is the primary machine with advskew 0 and

Re: Strange line in the routing table after carp failover?

2007-12-10 Thread Charles Price
I've been looking into this some more. Are there any issues which CARP/OpenBGPd when machines in the CARP group do not have an IP address of their own - ie. they have only a shared CARP address? I find that in this situation, when the CARP master fails the backup router correctly becomes

Re: Strange line in the routing table after carp failover?

2007-12-10 Thread Charles Price
yes,that is the result of games carp plays with routes (which it shouldn not, imo, but anyway). it should finally work as advertised in -current even with unnumbered carpdevs. Hi Henning, Thanks for the quick response. I will update to -current tomorrow and let you know how I get on. All

Re: Strange line in the routing table after carp failover?

2007-12-13 Thread Charles Price
yes,that is the result of games carp plays with routes (which it shouldn not, imo, but anyway). it should finally work as advertised in -current even with unnumbered carpdevs. Hi Henning, Updating to -current did the trick. Thanks very much. What was the problem here? Charlie

Re: Server

2013-03-13 Thread Charles Rapenne
, Charles RAPENNE 2013/3/13 Andi andiro...@gmail.com: Hello everybody, I'm thinking about putting the openBSD 5.2, in a desktop machine, in order to make this a server. The hardware configuration is: intel i3, 1TB of HD, nvidia 9800. But I'm wondering about this, if it will be good idea? If it's

Re: First macppc install, sensors question

2013-04-17 Thread Charles Rapenne
are normal. Regards Charles 2013/4/17 Tor Houghton t...@bogus.net: Hello, I found and repurposed an old PowerBook6,4 yesterday. Thanks all who worked on the macppc port. The onboard BCM4306 appears to be working just fine after running fw_update too. I have a question regarding the onboard

Re: Xephyr bug with Firefox

2013-05-24 Thread Charles Evans
hope you can find an answer; please let me know. If you file a bug, please forward it to me /or send me a link. Thanks Charles

Re: Ruby on Rails and the chrooted nginx(8)

2013-06-09 Thread Charles Rapenne
Hi Please someone correct me if I'm wrong, but I don't think using Nginx with chroot is useful when dealing with proxy_pass or fastcgi application. If your RoR app is compromised, it won't be chrooted as it's not running in a chroot. All nginx will do is serving static files. Regards 2013/6/9

Re: Snapshot shasum mismatch

2013-06-25 Thread Charles RAPENNE
On 06/25/13 16:25, toby wrote: Hi there, I just wondered if anyone else had found that the shasums on the latest (24/06/13) snapshots are wrong. I've just tried upgrading from all the different mirrors here in the UK got shasum errors for all the non X parts from the Oxford mirror, the

Re: goaccess 0.5

2013-07-09 Thread Charles Rapenne
On the FAQ of the project website, you will find a how-to compile it on OpenBSD, you need to edit 2 or 3 files before compiling it. 2013/7/9 Tony Berth tonybe...@googlemail.com: is anyone using goaccess 0.5 with 5.2 or 5.3? When running './configure' I get: checking for a BSD-compatible

Re: Request for Funding our Electricity

2014-01-17 Thread Charles RAPENNE
Le 2013-12-21 01:08, Theo de Raadt a écrit : I am resending this request for funding our electricity bills because it is not yet resolved. We really need even more funding beyond that, because otherwise all of this is simply unsustainable. This request is the smallest we can make. --- Hi

Re: unreliable connections

2014-01-22 Thread Charles RAPENNE
Hello, I would suggest a DNS problem. Do you rsync directly to an ip address or are you using avec domain name ? That would explain why the first only is failing and not the second one. The DNS server you use may have some problems during the night. If you don't use a domain name, this can't be

network roaming convenience

2014-07-17 Thread Charles Musser
Hi, I'm looking to create or cobble together functionality that automates network connections as a user roams around with a laptop. The idea is to respond to changing network availability: wifi network is known, so connect, or cable was plugged in, or connect for the first time and remember,

Re: network roaming convenience

2014-07-21 Thread Charles Musser
On Jul 18, 2014, at 3:09 PM, Stuart Henderson s...@spacehopper.org wrote: On 2014-07-17, Daniel Melameth dan...@melameth.com wrote: It should have tried WEP first and, if that failed, WPA. ifconfig in -current can now discern WEP or WPA so this can readily be improved. ...as long as you

Re: network roaming convenience

2014-07-22 Thread Charles Musser
On Jul 22, 2014, at 12:59 AM, Stuart Henderson s...@spacehopper.org wrote: Out of curiosity, what happens? It prints the status, iwn0: flags=8847UP,BROADCAST,DEBUG,RUNNING,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST mtu 1500 lladdr 8c:70:5a:62:b7:f8 priority: 4 groups: wlan egress media:

Re: Package installation

2014-08-02 Thread Charles Musser
The need for multiple versions of an application on one machine doesn't manifest that often. Asking the system to tie itself into knots for this purpose is likely to result in bloat, convolution and less reliability. Some contexts support and indeed encourage the notion of many versions. For

ifconfig command for IPv6 tunnel

2014-08-19 Thread Charles Musser
Hi, I'm experimenting with using IPv6 via a tunnel broker provided by an ISP. The tunnel works, but I want to confirm my understanding of the commands they gave me to set it up. These are the commands: ifconfig gif0 tunnel 50.1.94.112 72.52.104.74 ifconfig gif0 inet6 alias 2001:470:1f04:204::2

Re: ifconfig command for IPv6 tunnel

2014-08-20 Thread Charles Musser
On Aug 19, 2014, at 9:38 PM, Adam Thompson athom...@athompso.net wrote: IIRC from my experimentation, you've got it exactly right. Some tunnel brokers give you subnet masks that certain versions of OpenBSD don't like - that turns out to not actually matter, just use whatever ifconfig(8)

Re: ifconfig command for IPv6 tunnel

2014-08-20 Thread Charles Musser
On Aug 20, 2014, at 7:43 AM, Adam Thompson athom...@athompso.net wrote: I know - I could tell by the addresses you provided :-). So much for *my* anonymity... ;-) Basically, yes. Although you have a router (does things with IP packets), not a bridge (does things with Ethernet frames) -

Re: ifconfig command for IPv6 tunnel

2014-08-20 Thread Charles Musser
On Aug 20, 2014, at 4:15 AM, Ed Hynan eh_l...@optonline.net wrote: On Tue, 19 Aug 2014, Charles Musser wrote: - prefix::1 is the local address of the interface on the IPv6 network. No, *::2 is local. Ah, yes. Despite my best efforts at copyediting, I had the meanings of *::1 and *::2

Re: ifconfig command for IPv6 tunnel

2014-08-20 Thread Charles Musser
On Aug 20, 2014, at 2:25 PM, Ed Hynan eh_l...@optonline.net wrote: Although this is a little more complex on gif than e.g. an ethernet interface, alias is at least similar. On a more straightforward type interface, alias is used adding additional addresses (BTW, not OpenBSD specific, the

addresses and routes configured via rtsol

2014-09-01 Thread Charles Musser
I set up a small network in which an OpenBSD machine serves as a router for a collection of IPv6-only clients. Many thanks to previous responders to my questions on tunneling with gif(4). This rudimentary setup is working well: a client machine acquires an address via SLAAC and can access the IPv6

LACP problem

2017-06-08 Thread Charles Lecklider
I'm trying to get LACP working over 2 ports (em0, em1). I've done this successfully with FreeBSD and 4 ports on the same switch so I know it can be done, I just can't get it working with OpenBSD. I'm hoping I've just botched the config somewhere. The switch is a TP-LINK TL-SG3424, latest firmware

Re: LACP problem

2017-06-10 Thread Charles Lecklider
On 09/06/2017 04:07, Lyndon Nerenberg wrote: > The first step is to have the switch display its idea of the LACP > configuration and status. That's turning into a bit of a mission Seems TP-LINK don't set an enable password by default so I can't get what I need via ssh until I've set that. To

Re: LACP problem

2017-06-10 Thread Charles Lecklider
On 10/06/2017 19:15, Lyndon Nerenberg wrote: > Not really, other than running tcpdump on the two interfaces and > examining the LACP protocol packets to try to discover why the > negotiation is acting the way it is. OK, that sounds like an even deeper rabbit-hole. > Also, if you don't have the

Re: LACP problem

2017-09-20 Thread Charles Lecklider
On 09/06/2017 04:07, Lyndon Nerenberg wrote: > The first step is to have the switch display its idea of the LACP > configuration and status. I haven't a clue how a TP-LINK does that, but on > our Junipers it's 'show lacp interfaces'. So I finally found my serial cable TL-SG3424#show lacp

Re: l2tp and openbsd 6.1

2017-10-06 Thread Charles Amstutz
...@openbsd.org] On Behalf Of Charles Amstutz Sent: Friday, October 6, 2017 10:04 AM To: 'misc@openbsd.org' <misc@openbsd.org> Subject: Re: l2tp and openbsd 6.1 Hello Noth, "Try pppx instead of pppx0, it'll work in pf.conf, including as a macro." I did!! I found another article t

Re: l2tp and openbsd 6.1

2017-10-06 Thread Charles Amstutz
Hello Noth, "Try pppx instead of pppx0, it'll work in pf.conf, including as a macro." I did!! I found another article that talked about the group. After reading this: http://frankgroeneveld.nl/2015/08/16/configuring-l2tp-over-ipsec-on-openbsd-for-mac-os-x-clients/ However, I still get this

Re: LACP problem [SOLVED]

2017-10-08 Thread Charles Lecklider
Just in case someone has the same problem and finds this thread, the solution was to reboot the switch. That was it - no other changes required.

l2tp and openbsd 6.1

2017-10-02 Thread Charles Amstutz
Hello everyone, I'm new to this list and l2tp/openbsd (but do have working UNIX/Linux knowledge). After searching the previous forum posts (and the internet) I have found a lot of information on l2tp ipsec.conf connection strings. However, I can't get android to connect. I keep getting IKE

Re: l2tp and openbsd 6.1

2017-10-02 Thread Charles Amstutz
m: Sterling Archer [mailto:deb...@gmail.com] Sent: Monday, October 2, 2017 5:35 PM To: Charles Amstutz <charl...@infinitesys.com> Cc: misc@openbsd.org Subject: Re: l2tp and openbsd 6.1 On Mon, Oct 2, 2017 at 10:03 PM, Charles Amstutz <charl...@infinitesys.com> wrote: > Hello everyon

Re: l2tp and openbsd 6.1

2017-10-04 Thread Charles Amstutz
[mailto:owner-m...@openbsd.org] On Behalf Of lilit-aibolit Sent: Wednesday, October 4, 2017 2:46 AM To: misc@openbsd.org Cc: Charles Amstutz <charl...@infinitesys.com>; yasu...@yasuoka.net Subject: Re: l2tp and openbsd 6.1 Hi, with l2tp I have situation when iOS  and Android devices could c

Re: l2tp and openbsd 6.1

2017-10-05 Thread Charles Amstutz
...@openbsd.org [mailto:owner-m...@openbsd.org] On Behalf Of Charles Amstutz Sent: Thursday, October 5, 2017 10:44 AM To: 'misc@openbsd.org' <misc@openbsd.org> Subject: Re: l2tp and openbsd 6.1 Here is a related but new question, If pppx0 only exists when someone is vpn'ed in. How do people

Re: l2tp and openbsd 6.1

2017-10-05 Thread Charles Amstutz
Here is a related but new question, If pppx0 only exists when someone is vpn'ed in. How do people handle this in pf? If you don't define rules, packets get blocked on it. But if there is no connect, pf complains about pppx0 not having a firewall. The only thing that seems to work is set

ThinkPad X220 Trackpoint Pointer Wheel Emulation Issues

2018-10-16 Thread Charles Daniels
may be relevant / a good starting point for someone more knowledgeable than I: * xenocara/driver/xf86-input-ws/include/ws-properties.h * xenocara/driver/xf86-input-ws/src/emuwheel.c I would really appreciate any suggestions to troubleshoot further. Charles ### possibly relevant output follows

Re: ThinkPad X220 Trackpoint Pointer Wheel Emulation Issues

2018-10-21 Thread Charles Daniels
heel Emulation Button" 2 Thank you Jake and Matthias for your help! Charles

Re: Thinkpad T430 random power off while sleeping

2018-12-07 Thread Charles A Daniels
> I have a similar issue with the X220, the problem is a watchdog > timer, > that I suspect is in the Intel ME. It expires without being reset > and > forces the machine to restart. Or at least that is the cause of > that > happening on my X230's. I've ripped a few of them apart and >

OpenBSD/landisk on J-core/J2 based systems?

2018-12-03 Thread Charles A Daniels
I'm curious to know if anyone involved with OpenBSD/landisk has any comments on J-core[1]? It claims to implement SuperH and capability to boot Linux on an FPGA. To that end, has anyone tried booting OpenBSD/landisk on a J2 based system? One of my hobbies is obscure architectures, and

Thinkpad T430 random power off while sleeping

2018-12-04 Thread Charles A Daniels
for a bug report. ~ Charles 1 - https://old.reddit.com/r/openbsd/comments/9v0u4w/t430_wakes_from_suspend_with_lid_closed/

calmwm mouse stuck inside of window

2018-12-19 Thread Charles A Daniels
ls are not very good, and I haven't worked with the CWM codebase before. ~ Charles ... struct client_ctx * client_init(Window win, struct screen_ctx *sc, int active) { ... if (wattr.map_state != IsViewable) { client_placecalc(cc); ... static void client_placecalc(s

Re: Questions about Carp / PF / PFSync

2019-02-21 Thread Charles Amstutz
> Charles Amstutz(charl...@binary.net) on 2019.01.30 23:16:17 +: > > Hello > > > > We are running into an issue with a lot of dropped packets where states > are failing to be created. We have noticed that it coincides with a fair > amount > of congestion, arou

Re: Questions about Carp / PF / PFSync

2019-02-22 Thread Charles Amstutz
> Not sure if it will give any additional clues but can you show dmesg please? Sure, however, they are quite lengthy, are you wanting the whole thing? I apologize not sure of protocol here.

Re: Questions about Carp / PF / PFSync

2019-02-22 Thread Charles Amstutz
> On 2019/02/22 20:45, Charles Amstutz wrote: > > > Not sure if it will give any additional clues but can you show dmesg > please? > > > > Sure, however, they are quite lengthy, are you wanting the whole thing? I > apologize not sure of protocol here. > >

Re: Questions about Carp / PF / PFSync

2019-02-08 Thread Charles Amstutz
Charles Amstutz(charl...@binary.net) on 2019.01.30 23:16:17 +: > Hello > > We are running into an issue with a lot of dropped packets where states are > failing to be created. We have noticed that it coincides with a fair amount > of congestion, around 10-15/s accordin

Re: Questions about Carp / PF / PFSync

2019-02-01 Thread Charles Amstutz
Charles Amstutz(charl...@binary.net) on 2019.01.30 23:16:17 +: > Hello > > We are running into an issue with a lot of dropped packets where states are > failing to be created. We have noticed that it coincides with a fair amount > of congestion, around 10-15/s accordin

Questions about Carp / PF / PFSync

2019-01-31 Thread Charles Amstutz
Hello We are running into an issue with a lot of dropped packets where states are failing to be created. We have noticed that it coincides with a fair amount of congestion, around 10-15/s according to 'pfctl -si'. We finally tried disabling our Carp Interfaces (we are using carp for failover)

The future of NetBSD

2006-08-30 Thread Charles M. Hannum
problems; wireless support (though I'm not sure what happened to my extensive set of rtw bug fixes); Bluetooth; G5; and improved ARM support. This is all good stuff. In the bigger picture, though, the project needs to do a lot more. -- - Charles Hannum - past founder, developer, president

Re: The future of NetBSD

2006-08-31 Thread Charles M. Hannum
On Thu, Aug 31, 2006 at 12:01:07AM -0500, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: A chicken running around sans head is quite active. Not really the same thing as productive. What you don't see is that NetBSD is the chicken in your analogy.

Re: The future of NetBSD

2006-08-31 Thread Charles M. Hannum
On Thu, Aug 31, 2006 at 05:44:00PM +0200, Johnny Billquist wrote: Andy Ruhl wrote: On 8/31/06, Thorsten Glaser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: BSD is about an operating system, not about a kernel. Bingo. Good point. This point is lost sometimes. I believe NetBSD has the proper philosophy in

Re: The future of NetBSD

2006-09-01 Thread Charles M. Hannum
On Fri, Sep 01, 2006 at 10:40:01AM -0700, Spruell, Darren-Perot wrote: Like, what docs does a vendor engineering division give to the developers who write the drivers internally? They don't give them bad docs. They give them functional, useful docs. Does it need to be stated that any project

Re: The future of NetBSD

2006-09-01 Thread Charles M. Hannum
On Fri, Sep 01, 2006 at 01:08:13AM +0200, Matthias Kilian wrote: They don't have to write device drivers at all, they just should write good documentation. Unfortunately, the documentation often isn't so hot either. I'll give you an example. Even with both code and documentation from Realtek,

Re: The future of NetBSD

2006-09-01 Thread Charles M. Hannum
On Fri, Sep 01, 2006 at 12:16:59PM -0700, Spruell, Darren-Perot wrote: From: Charles M. Hannum [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Fri, Sep 01, 2006 at 10:40:01AM -0700, Spruell, Darren-Perot wrote: Like, what docs does a vendor engineering division give to the developers who write the drivers

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