Re: Major Surprise with xdm on 3.7

2005-08-11 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Paul de Weerd [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Besides that, if you log in on a text console, use startx(1) to launch X, lock your X session when you leave your computer (of course) then anyone can switch to the text console where you started X, suspend (^Z) or stop (^C or ^\) that and access your

Re: ksh + utf-8

2005-08-17 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Vladislav Belogrudov [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I use xterm with utf-8 support and ksh. Whenever I start typing fast or editing in some non-latin language I get randomly squares instead of characters. Is utf-8 and pdksh compatible enough? pdksh's command line editor isn't aware of UTF-8 and

Re: extracting new login.conf from /usr/src/etc in -current

2005-08-17 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Moritz Grimm [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: since the switch to generate login.conf, things became quite a bit less comfortable for those following -current manually... well, at least for me. Since I stick to defaults whenever possible, /etc updates used to be quite hassle-free -- I'd simply

Re: termcap and xterm with xterm-color bad results

2005-08-26 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Jimmy Scott [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Maybe I shouldn't be using xterm-color at all for these colors to work? I haven't looked into this, but for the xterm shipped with XFree86/X.org, xterm-xfree86 seems to be the most up-to-date capability description. -- Christian naddy Weisgerber

Re: in-kernel pppoe and no automatic reconnect

2005-10-16 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Martin Dommermuth [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Does pppoe0: phase dead mean that it has given up trying to connect? No, it just means there is no connection. -- Christian naddy Weisgerber [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: how to tell if I getting anything out of my hifn1411 card

2005-10-16 Thread Christian Weisgerber
jared r r spiegel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: it's easy to be an armchair quarterback, and perhaps i don't know the whole story, but it'd be nice if soren-et-al. appeared to not be resting on the laurels of selling a boat load of 4501/4801s over the past few years and instead was

Re: tar(1) problem with long file names.

2005-10-22 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Hannah Schroeter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Use a more apt data format in your use case. Ehm correcting myself: According to pax(1), 100 is the limit for pathnames in the old tar format, while the limit for ustar is 250. For *pathnames*!. Perhaps you can use cpio (or pax with -x cpio).

Re: tar(1) problem with long file names.

2005-10-22 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Jay Fenlason [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: GNU tar uses a variety of ugly hacks to get around the 100 (original tar) or 255 (ustar) character limit in file and path names. Unfortunatly, only gnu tar can correctly extract such archives. Well, there are at least two independent implementations that

Re: Sun Blade 1000?

2007-08-02 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Henning Brauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: you can't compare speed by just looking at the MHz. A most instructive example where the old sun4m machines, where according to the SPEC figures an SS20 with a 75 MHz SuperSPARC SM71 CPU module was about three times as fast as an SS5 with a 70 MHz

Re: nat ipv6 - ipv4 using pf

2007-08-26 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Jeroen Massar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: And as mentioned, you can always apply the 1.3 patches if you don't like going that route. (I still actually don't understand why those patches are not integrated yet in the default 1.3 tree, probably has something to do with 'no new features' or just

Re: nat ipv6 - ipv4 using pf

2007-08-27 Thread Christian Weisgerber
alwin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: anyway, thanks for the good suggestions, i will have a look at apache2 (since i'm running svn too, this might be a good idea), or else i will simply drop ipv6 for the http Alternatively, use a different server program. bozohttpd, lighttpd, and thttpd are in the

OpenSSH and Nagle's?

2007-08-31 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Does OpenSSH employ some sort of Nagle's algorithm at the SSH protocol level? I just experienced a rather strange situation: xterm running on host A. From there, interactive ssh to host B. I run a program on B that generates lots of output to stdout. Host A is equipped with a hifn(4)

Re: Question about ral max speed?

2007-09-12 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Sergey Prysiazhnyi [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is it normal? Any dmesg? What about the max speeds that you'd ever seen on ral? Can I see smth. about 54 Mbps between 2 OpenBSD boxes? If it is yes, please, what stuff? Producer, vendor? The maximum real world speed I see on my .11g WLAN--Linksys

Re: serial port usage

2007-09-14 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Daniel Ouellet [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: As we are on the subject and I do not want to deviate from the original question, I would however appreciate suggestions as to how I can have a one server witch can actually have up to 32 serial console to control LOM on Sun server. I may need up to

Re: help needed with laptop hdd

2007-09-20 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Henning Brauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I just learned that the disk in the X40 is kind of special. It is a 1.8 hard disk that does NOT use the ZIF connector (these are somewhat common) but the same 44pin connector 2.5 disks use. 1.8 disks with that connector have only ever been made by

Flash drives (was: Re: help needed with laptop hdd)

2007-09-20 Thread Christian Weisgerber
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You'd be unhappy with the write cycle longevity of a flash drive for regular use anyway. I'm not going to take your word for it. Speaking of flash drives, I recently realized again that the OpenBSD CVS repository isn't all that big by todays standards: about 4 GB,

Re: 4.1 on ALIX.1C - recommendations?

2007-09-21 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Jan Stary [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: last night, I installed 4.1 on the new ALIX.1C: http://www.pcengines.ch/alix1c.htm (see dmesg at bottom). The intended use of the box is a home router/firewall/NAT/DNS/DHCP for my home network of about four computers (heterogeneous). I recently got a

Re: Does OpenBSD support Hebrew?

2007-09-23 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Amit Finkler [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Unfortunately, this locale (or for that matter, any he_IL) doesn't exist on my system, i.e. in /usr/share/locale. And that's probably the easiest part. Think of right-to-left writing or mixing ltr/rtl. This brings me back to my original question: Does

Re: Does OpenBSD support Hebrew?

2007-09-24 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Aaron W. Hsu [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am willing to guess that with something like Hebrew, OpenBSD has all the necessary support for the system, but, most common applications do not have support for the right-to-left way of writing. Well, do you consider, say, ksh and vi as part of the

Re: non-x86-based hardware for OBSD?

2007-09-25 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Lars Noodin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: There has got to be non-x86 units out there, SBC or other, running Cell or Freescale or anything else. If you look hard enough, I think you can find ARM/MIPS/PowerPC based single-board computers vaguely comparable to the Soekris range. Heck, just look at

Re: Soekris vpn1401 and vpn1411 (use Hi/fn 7955 security accelerator chip) supported?

2007-09-30 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Timo Schoeler [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'd like to speed up SSL/TLS connections to my tiny WRAP-based [0] server However, the used AMD Geode LX CPU also features a 'Crypto Unit', but from AMD's Data Book on this CPU [0] I don't get the idea whether it also accellerates RSA operations or just

Re: termios, setting stopbits question

2007-10-04 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Alexey Vatchenko [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: How is it possible to set 1.5 stopbits in tcsetattr(3) ? The only thing that i found related to stopbits is CSTOPB (2 stopbits). But iirc 5 databits can be used in conjunction with 1 or 1.5 stopbits. UARTs derived from the Intel 8250 (i.e., PC COM

Re: vr driver trouble on Soekris 5501

2007-10-12 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Christian Plattner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Problem: After having rebooted the machine at the other end of the cable multiple times, the Soekris box suddenly stopped receiving packets on the vr1 interface. I think I've observed something likes this _once_ on my 5501 with 4.2. Any ideas on

Re: Tackilng multiple versions of autoconf

2007-10-16 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Landry Breuil [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: When upgrading a port, it costs little time to check that newest version still needs a particular AUTO*_VERSION, and remove the option if ports compiles with 'normal-latest' autotools version. Actually, I check the included configure script and use the

Re: CVSync web page

2007-10-17 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Landry Breuil [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: i've just set up a little CVSync mirror, and following cvsync.html, i stumble on the cvs [checkout aborted]: /cvs/CVSROOT: No such file or directory issue when trying to checkout from my fresh mirror. Why doesn't your mirror have CVSROOT? You're missing

Re: CVSync web page

2007-10-17 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Landry Breuil [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Why doesn't your mirror have CVSROOT? You're missing part of the repository. Maybe upstream is missing something.. i'm cc'ing maintainer in case he's not subscribed to misc. Sure looks complete at the collection level. $ cvsync

Re: daap/mdns multicast problems

2007-10-23 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Jonathan Kent [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Been trying in vain to get daap/mdns traffic through my OpenBSD 4.1 firewall to talk to my mt-daap server. From tcpdumping I can see the multicast traffic coming into sis1 interface but not coming out of the sis0 interface so I can only assume that I

Re: Network Time Synchronization using timed or ntpd or a Combination?

2007-10-23 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Clint Pachl [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I was thinking about using ntpd only on all systems. One system would get time from the NTP pool ... or from a time signal sensor... and all other servers on the network would sync to the local server. Is this the best way? Yes. Then I discovered

Re: Network Time Synchronization using timed or ntpd or a Combination?

2007-10-23 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Chris Kuethe [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If that's not good enough for you, the ntp.org daemon is in ports. Actually, the ntp.org daemon performs poorly on OpenBSD since we don't supply ntp_adjtime(2). -- Christian naddy Weisgerber [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: : Network Time Synchronization using timed or ntpd or a Combination?

2007-10-24 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Raimo Niskanen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: There is one thing I really miss in OpenBSD's ntpd, and that is some way of asking the status. It need not be something like ntpq for standard ntpd. Sending it e.g SIGUSR1 so it would dump current servers, their status and ntpd's general status would

Re: : : Network Time Synchronization using timed or ntpd or a Combination?

2007-10-24 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Raimo Niskanen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If you send -current ntpd SIGINFO, it will syslog its status. But not 4.2, right? Right. -- Christian naddy Weisgerber [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Long line scrolling in ksh

2007-10-25 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Edd Barrett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there a way to turn off the long line scrolling in ksh? No. Why would you want to be unable to edit the start of a long line? -- Christian naddy Weisgerber [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Long line scrolling in ksh

2007-10-25 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Edd Barrett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Why would you want to be unable to edit the start of a long line? i think he wants line wrapping instead of scrolling. i know i do. :) Correct. So I guess you can't turn it off? No, you can't. And if you could, you would get something like csh's

Re: Machine performance

2005-05-15 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Steve Shockley [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What's the biggest bottleneck when compiling the ports tree? CPU. Disk is not a big contributor, unless you are building on something really slow like a laptop disk. Would compiling ports actually use four processors? Not by default, no. However,

Re: OpenBSD Torrents available

2005-05-18 Thread Christian Weisgerber
andrew fresh [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: We have set up an site from which you can get OpenBSD Torrents. The site is http://openbsd.somedomain.net. Interesting project. Of course, unless several people are getting the same torrent at the same time, it degenerates into a simple download from the

Re: OpenBSD Torrents available

2005-05-18 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Rod Dorman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Of course, unless several people are getting the same torrent at the same time, it degenerates into a simple download from the seed machine and downloading from an FTP mirror would be faster. ... This is getting off topic but I thought that once a

Re: Getting Yesterday's Date (Repost due to error)

2005-05-30 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Todd C. Miller [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In sh or ksh you could do: date -r $(( `date +%s` - 86400 )) +%Y%m%d This can return unexpected results. $ export TZ=CET $ date -r $((963000 )) +%Y%m%d 20050328 $ date -r $((963000-86400)) +%Y%m%d 20050326 I don't think there is a

Re: Getting Yesterday's Date (Repost due to error)

2005-05-30 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Timothy A. Napthali [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It should be safe. All my mail servers run GMT to prevent log confusion (ie: It's a given that any log time is always GMT). Be very, very careful. $ export TZ=right/GMT $ date -r $((915148821 )) +%Y%m%d 19981231 $ date -r

Re: ral(4) not associating with AP on latest snapshot (06.04)

2005-06-08 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Paulius Bulotas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I was able to install 3.7 using wireless without any problems, although running it after that was quite bumpy experience (panic's because of ral). It seems, there were some fixes to ral(4), so I installed latest snapshot. What's strange, that I managed

Re: libc and BitTorrent

2005-06-16 Thread Christian Weisgerber
-f [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: i was looking at BitTorrent, and this caught my attention: --enable_bad_libc_workaround arg enable workaround for a bug in BSD libc that makes file reads very slow. (defaults to 1) anybody knows what does this mean, and is openbsd affected? Yes,

Re: upgrading from OpenBSD/i386 from 3.3 and before by remote

2005-06-25 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Nick Holland [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: http://www.holland-consulting.net/obsd/aout-up.html Just today a guy came up to the OpenBSD booth at LinuxTag (Karlsruhe, Germany) and asked for help on remote updating of a client's 2.9(!) systems located in Kansas(!). Apparently he doesn't read misc@

Re: UK Keymap issue

2005-07-14 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Edd Barrett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have here two x86 machines set up with the uk keymap (console not X). holding shift and pressing three should send #. It sends # followed by a newline. why is this? It should send a pound sign, but a hash followed by \n is sent. The list changed

Re: slightly OT: TCP checksum and RFC conformity

2005-11-16 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Andreas Bartelt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I was wondering why such a simple checksum algorithm is implemented in TCP. I suppose, it's because of the slow CPU performance many years ago. This algorithm looks so unreliable to me that it even can't protect against some pretty simple errors,

Re: Possible bug in ksh tab completion

2005-11-18 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Arnaud Bergeron [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: So, for now, completion won't work for some pathological cases ('{', '@', and other unusual characters). I reported it precisely because the characters you mentionned (and all other 'special' chars i know) are working perfectly. '[' and ']' are

Re: Is there an Unlink Command?

2005-11-28 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Dave Feustel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It's called rm I finally figured that out. I thought there used to be an unlink command (on ATT Unix). Yes. Deleting a file actually just means to remove a hard link. The corresponding syscall is unlink(2). When no references are left, the file

Re: #define failure opportunity

2005-11-28 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Chris Kuethe [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: ...However, OpenSSH deviates from the standards in its SCP (Secure Copy Protocol) implementation. SSH Tectia Client and Server now incorporate a compatibility mode for OpenSSH SCP, which still uses the old Secure Shell version 1 (SSH1)

Re: OT: VIA EPIA with VIA C7, for an OpenBSD multipurpose firewall: where?

2005-12-21 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Constantine A. Murenin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Does anyone have any news on VIA C7, or VIA EPIA platform in general? The C7 (Esther) looks like a wet dream for an IPsec gateway, but I can't find any evidence that it actually exists. Apart from VIAs pages, a web search only turns up press

ipsecctl on startup (was: Re: CVS: cvs.openbsd.org: src)

2005-12-25 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Hans-Joerg Hoexer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Added files: etc: ipsec.conf Log message: Very basic sample ipsec.conf, more to come. Has been demanded by deraadt@ for a long time, but i'm a bloody slacker... Which raises the question where to insert ipsecctl -f

mergemaster (was: Re: CVS: cvs.openbsd.org: ports)

2005-12-27 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Over on ports-changes, Antoine Jacoutot [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Modified files: sysutils/mergemaster: Makefile sysutils/mergemaster/patches: patch-mergemaster_sh Log message: use system sdiff, drop GNU diff dependency Since gdiff isn't needed anymore, do you think

Re: mergemaster

2006-01-08 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Han Boetes [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Since gdiff isn't needed anymore, do you think mergemaster could be integrated in the base system one of those days, I'm considering this. Are you considering mergeslave as well? No, if only for the fact that I wasn't aware of its existence until

Re: CVSup and stable

2006-01-10 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Stefan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The only thing I found about tags was in the sectiion Running CVSup in Checkout Mode which says to use the tag option when you want to use a specified version e.g. of a date. But how can I use ONLY the stable version? I thought about something like

Re: Recommendations for wireless ethernet adapters for AP

2006-01-10 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Damon McMahon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Does anyone have any recommendations for a wireless ethernet adapter for a Pentium III 500 MHz box which will become a wireless access point for a 2-3 node network? I'm intending to use IPSec or PPTP to secure the WLAN - will this machine be up to

Re: OT: wrt OpenBSD, what's a good laptop

2006-01-16 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Julesg [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: So what's the best? Why? I won't offer an opinion on that. I can contribute an interesting observation, though: Whenever a bunch of OpenBSD developers congregate, it looks like a meeting of an IBM Thinkpad fan club. -- Christian naddy Weisgerber

pf on loopback interfaces?

2006-01-23 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Say I create a loopback interface lo1 lo1: flags=8049UP,LOOPBACK,RUNNING,MULTICAST mtu 33224 groups: lo inet 172.16.2.1 netmask 0xff00 and have a network program bind to that IP address. On any external interface, the address is NATed. Will pf ever see any packets on lo1?

Re: IBM Thinkpad X40, which model?

2006-01-25 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Zoong PHAM [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I plan to get a IBM Thinkpad X40 laptop. I can see at least there are 3 different models. I wonder which model is supported best by 3.8 or the coming 3.9. These are all submodels that only differ in processor speed, memory and disk size, and wireless

Re: tutorial for securing wifi networks with ipsec and openbsd, somewhere?

2006-01-25 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Didier Wiroth [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've read man ipsec and vpn. Unfortunately I'm totally new to ipsec and have no ipsec experience. I'm looking for tutorials with samples, URLs or anything else, where I can find additional info on how to secure wifi networks with openbsd's: ipsec and

Re: iwi broken in 3.8-current?

2006-01-26 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Edd Barrett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Most odd. Im using iwi driver on my thinkpad r50e, and it works great but you only get 1 chance to configure it. after you run dhclient, if it fails, you have to reboot and try again. With the 2200BG in my Thinkpad X40 there is no problem starting iwi up,

Re: pf on loopback interfaces?

2006-01-28 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Prabhu Gurumurthy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If I understand correctly, pf will see packets on all interfaces by default unless you specify set skip on lo Maybe I should rephrase the question: In the setup I described, will any packet ever actually be passed in or out over lo1? --

Re: tutorial for securing wifi networks with ipsec and openbsd, somewhere?

2006-02-06 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Christian Weisgerber [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Okay, this is as good an opportunity as any to write down what I did to my wireless a while ago: Meanwhile, ipsecctl has gained support for pre-shared key authentication. So in 3.9, things are simpler still: Configure dhcpd on the gateway

Re: cvs or cvsup

2007-03-21 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Kernel Monkey [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've been using the cvsup client to update my sources. What is the difference between cvs and cvsup when updating sources? CVS is a version control system. You can (ab)use it for source distribution purposes, but it is very inefficient in this role.

Re: Where to download cvsup-16.1h-no_x11.tgz for amd64

2007-03-24 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Stephen Liu [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Just installed OpenBSD 4.0 direct from ftp, running amd64 cd40. Please advise where can I download its cvsup-16.1h-no_x11.tgz. You can't, it's not available. only i386 available. Exactly. If you want to mirror the repository, consider using cvsync. If

Re: Where to download cvsup-16.1h-no_x11.tgz for amd64

2007-03-26 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Stephen Liu [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: man csup doesn't provide much info and examples running this package. Where can I find such info. TIA csup purposely uses the same configuration syntax as cvsup. See http://www.openbsd.org/cvsup.html It further mentioned csup only supports checkout

Re: xenocara via cvsup

2007-04-08 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Didier Wiroth [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: does anyone know if it is possible to get the cvsup sources via cvsup, if so, which server? Yes, it is. Any server offering OpenBSD via CVSup should include xenocara. If a particular server doesn't, poke the admin. They probably forgot to add the

Re: Soekris + vpn1411: Corrupted MAC on input

2007-05-04 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Michael [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: With the GENERIC 4.0 / 4.1 kernel I get the message Corrupted MAC on input during a SSH connection and the connection closes. This is with the Soekris net4801 which got a vpn1411 card. This is a known problem frequently reported on the soekris-technical

Re: cvsync broken?

2007-05-10 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Hannah Schroeter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Just trying to cvsync my stuff. And it wants to remove quite much: The same mirroring problem that affected www.openbsd.org also affected the master repository mirror. The damage propagated to cvsync.de.openbsd.org and probably some other public

Re: OpenBSD serial terminal binary programs

2007-05-10 Thread Christian Weisgerber
BradenM - Sonoma Computer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm wondering if anyone has any recommendations for a terminal program similar to hyper terminal for windows in structure but not appearance. Are you looking for (1) a terminal emulator, or (2) a serial communications program? These are two

mergemaster users, check login.conf

2007-05-23 Thread Christian Weisgerber
People who use ports/sysutils/mergemaster to update /etc might want to manually check their /etc/login.conf: # cd /usr/src/etc # make DESTDIR=/var/tmp/temproot distribution-etc-root-var # diff -u /etc/login.conf /var/tmp/temproot/etc/login.conf [... compare, edit ...] # rm -r /var/tmp/temproot A

Re: cvs update 'pull-only-changed' model ?

2007-05-28 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Landry Breuil [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I was wondering if some people already had the idea of setting some kind of 'pull-only-changed' model for cvs update. I know available methods (cvssync, anoncvs and cvsup) are full pull-model, where we compare the full local cvs copy with the whole

Re: cvs update 'pull-only-changed' model ?

2007-05-28 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Landry Breuil [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I suppose CTM has been deprecated ? It's in the cabinet next to the dodo. -- Christian naddy Weisgerber [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: How much time to 'master' OpenBSD

2007-06-08 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Pieter Verberne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I wonder how much time it took for the average person to 'master' OpenBSD or a similar OS. Back when I started out with Unix, in the early 1990s, people told me it would take ten years to master sysadmin skills. You can quibble about that figure, but

Re: Scheduled packages bulk build for i386 ?

2007-06-10 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Landry Breuil [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there a scheduled packages build ? A fresh i386 packages snapshot should be making its way to the mirrors right now. I tried a newfs -O2, but mounted partition still shows 'ffs' in mount output... how can we verify the created partition is _real_

Re: RAIDFrame root autoconfig fails in -current

2007-06-11 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Josh Grosse [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Running i386-current with a 26-May build everything is fine. I just built a new kernel today, and got: Another data point: My sparc64 with a -current (yesterday) kernel with root on raidframe is fine both with and without krw's tech patch. -- Christian

Re: upgrading RAIDFRAME systems

2007-06-11 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Josh Grosse [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 5. Using etcXX.tgz and xetcXX.tgz, manually update /etc and /var, and make any other changes, per the upgrade FAQ. The mergemaster port/package makes this fairly quick and easy. 6. # cd /dev; sh MAKEDEV all mergemaster will offer to do

Re: wsmouse cut and paste in X

2007-06-26 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Antoine Jacoutot [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hmm xorg.conf(5) doesn't list it.. I think it's on by default Try mouse(4) Actually that page is now installed as mousedrv(4). -- Christian naddy Weisgerber [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Soekris net5501 IPsec performance?

2007-07-01 Thread Christian Weisgerber
So... Has anybody checked how much traffic you can push through a net5501 serving as an IPsec gateway? Has anybody tried a vpn1411 in a net5501 yet? -- Christian naddy Weisgerber [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Soekris net5501 IPsec performance?

2007-07-02 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Chris Cappuccio [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Has anybody checked how much traffic you can push through a net5501 serving as an IPsec gateway? There are plenty of examples of people running the openssl benchmark routine. Benchmarking OpenSSL is not an application I'm interested in, in this

Re: rlpr for OpenBSD?

2008-01-29 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Pau Amaro-Seoane [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Does any of you have a workaround to print ps w/o resorting to cups? 1. Enable the two-line rp example entry in /etc/printcap and replace printhost with the hostname of your printer. 2. Start lpd: sudo lpd 3. Add lpd_flags= to /etc/rc.conf.local, so

Re: setting up a noiseless workstation

2008-02-02 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Martin Schrvder [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: And where do you get a PCI graphics card with DVI capable of doing 1920x1200? Matrox Millennium P690 PCI. X.org doesn't have a driver for it, though. -- Christian naddy Weisgerber [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: How to specify 256bit AES keys in Automatic Keying mode for ipsecctl

2008-02-07 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Jason Crawford [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: While I was reading through the man pages for ipsec.conf and ipsecctl, I noticed that for automatic keying there is no way to specify any type of key size. I was wondering if anyone know of a way to do that, because I am very interested in setting

Re: sh/ksh replacement for the following bash command

2008-02-08 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Michael [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am looking for sh/ksh replacement for the following bash command: $ X=abcdefghi $ echo ${X:0:2} ab echo ab Yes, I'm being facetious, but without context it's not clear what an appropriate replacement would be. Traditionally, the regular expression

Re: rtorrent + OpenBSD = freeze

2008-02-19 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Paul Irofti [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Speaking of transmission, there's a grammar error/typo in DESCR-main: ``This is the command line and daemon clients.'' I think it should be: ``These are the command line and daemon clients.'' I intended this to refer to _this package_, but I agree

Re: Monitoring Battery...

2008-02-25 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Peter N. M. Hansteen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: notice the hw.sensors.acpibat0.* values. I haven't really looked for anything that shows those values live or in a graphical form, but that doesn't mean it doesn't exist or could not be easily ported from $elsewhere. ports/sysutils/xbatt: `xbatt'

Re: ipsec help needed

2008-03-15 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Barry Commander [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm trying to secure my wireless network using ipsec. I have the client and the router (both running a recent snapshot) communicating using esp fine as indicated by tcpdump when I ping the router from the client. However the problem I'd like to solve

Re: xenocara CVS out of memory

2008-03-25 Thread Christian Weisgerber
James Hartley [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I experienced this problem last week, searching through the archives shows this had been chronicled some time back: http://marc.info/?l=openbsd-miscm=119470113431785w=2 CVSync servers running on AMD64 are problematic. No, they are not. (Anon)CVS

Re: What crypto card to buy?

2008-04-01 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Khalid Schofield [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm wondering what is the best crypto card to buy to use with openbsd to do AES and blowfish and the SSL encryption. Is this the best buy? http://www.soekris.com/vpn1401.htm It's the only one readily available in the retail market. (If I'm missing

Re: mergemaster

2006-02-16 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Antoine Jacoutot [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Any news about the possible inclusion of mergemaster/mergeslave into the base system ? I've shelved this for 3.9 since I haven't gotten around to evaluating mergeslave yet. -- Christian naddy Weisgerber [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: thttpd with php

2006-02-19 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Stuart Henderson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: CGI is possibly the easiest way, bearing in mind you won't handle a high PHP load with thttpd anyway (it serializes PHP requests even with the module version). Other options - [...] lighttpd with fastcgi php? -- Christian naddy Weisgerber

Re: T-shirt query.

2006-02-26 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Edd Barrett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: http://saad.docisland.org/pictures/fosdem2004/files/page11-1008-full.html (far left. Dark with small blue puffy logo) Where can you get this tee? It doesnt appear to be on the t-shirts page. But it is. That's the Chix Dig OpenBSD one. -- Christian naddy

Re: event viewer on X

2006-03-24 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Gustavo Rios [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: i am seeking an event viewer that i could use within an X session (just like xconsole) but with a transparent background texture, that could show only the message log line. Some thing that could not be moved with the mouse, whithout the window borders.

Re: using torrents for packages?

2006-05-01 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Darrin Chandler [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If people are so hot for torrents, then why hasn't someone made one? But Andrew Fresh has. http://openbsd.somedomain.net/ -- Christian naddy Weisgerber [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: OT: Good GigE 8-port switch?

2006-05-09 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Karel Gardas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Anyway, currently I'm thinking about this concrete switch: http://www.ovislink.com.tw/8TW.htm From the manual: But currently this system only supports Microsoft Internet Explorer for web interface configuration. -- Christian naddy Weisgerber

Re: Good GigE 8-port switch?

2006-05-10 Thread Christian Weisgerber
MikeM [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've had good experiences with SMC as well, specifically the SMC8508T http://www.smc.com/index.cfm?event=viewProductlocaleCode=EN_USAcid=6s cid=pid=1147 That's an unmanaged switch. It does not support VLANs/QoS, which the original poster requested. --

Re: ksh doesn't read .profile when logging as root at xterm.

2006-05-24 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Joco Salvatti [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'd like to know if it's possible to configure `ls' to list files using colors. Install the colorls package, make sure your terminal supports color and TERM is set appropriately, and use something like alias ls='colorls -G'. I use ksh as default shell.

Re: ksh doesn't read .profile when logging as root at xterm.

2006-05-24 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Ben Kelley [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Port: gnuls-4.1p0 Path: misc/fileutils,-ls Info: colorized GNU 'ls' I really recommend the colorls package instead, which is just OpenBSD ls(1) with color support added. gnuls has somewhat different flags and output. -- Christian naddy Weisgerber

Re: getting ^L to clear the screen?

2006-05-28 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Daniel Dickman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Does anyone know how to bind ^L to clear the screen in a default 3.9 installation? You can't, at the shell prompt. ksh can't do that. Run clear(1). -- Christian naddy Weisgerber [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: getting ^L to clear the screen?

2006-05-28 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Paul de Weerd [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: A last option would be to send a patch for ksh that adds a clearscreen command to bind to. Send it here and it'll probably get more attention from developers. This is left as an excercise to you ;) This would require linking ksh to libtermcap, growing it

Re: getting ^L to clear the screen?

2006-05-28 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Claus Assmann [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What's wrong with alias =clear It works for me (OpenBSD 3.8, /bin/ksh). How? You enter ^V^Lreturn? That's probably not what the original poster asked for, given the mention of bash. -- Christian naddy Weisgerber

Re: BitTorrent too many files open

2006-05-30 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Greg Thomas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm using bittorrent.curses to try to get a large concert downloaded but I'm getting IO Error [Errno 24] Too many open files. Quoting from README.OpenBSD: If a torrent contains many files or the client has connections to many peers, it may be

isakmpd and AH?

2006-06-10 Thread Christian Weisgerber
If anybody uses isakmpd(8) to set up AH, I'd really like to see the relevant parts of their isakmpd.conf. -- Christian naddy Weisgerber [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: isakmpd and AH?

2006-06-17 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Christian Weisgerber [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If anybody uses isakmpd(8) to set up AH, I'd really like to see the relevant parts of their isakmpd.conf. To follow up on my own question: It turns out that when you define the protocol suite for AH, you need to specify the hash algorithm both

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