ICQ client for X?

2007-07-19 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Everybody, Tried licq, have been using it happily with FreeBSD, but failed to compile it on OpenBSD. Can someone recommend me a graphical ICQ client for use with OpenBSD? Thank you. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: Announcing: The OpenBSD Foundation

2007-07-26 Thread Gregory Edigarov
be found at http://www.openbsdfoundation.org. The foundation directors may be contacted via email at [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: pppoe problems

2007-08-09 Thread Gregory Edigarov
_ versendet mit www.Oleco.de Mail - Anmeldung und Nutzung kostenlos! Oleco www.netlcr.de jetzt auch mit SPAMSCHUTZ. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: pppoe problems

2007-08-10 Thread Gregory Edigarov
pppoe - I can never use it . It never connect to any of my providers. maybe as cc to the list. regards, joerg *On Don Aug 9 15:18 , Gregory Edigarov sent: * Just want to make a confirmation with two other providers. Also I observe this behavior with both pppoe(4) and pppoe(8

Re: pppoe problems

2007-08-10 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Oops, I am sorry, I cannot show you my ppp.conf. It's at home, and the pc is now turned off. James Lepthien wrote: Hi, Am 10.08.2007 um 09:40 schrieb Gregory Edigarov: Yes, with most recent sources from cvs my userland ppp is connecting... But hangs shortly. First I thought

Re: pppoe problems

2007-08-13 Thread Gregory Edigarov
I use amd64 too. Umaxx wrote: oh this is exactly the same behavior as mine... which architecture did you use? i use amd64. On Fre Aug 10 10:40 , Gregory Edigarov sent: Hi! Umaxx wrote: i hope this stupid webmailer does not send this as html mail can you please give

Re: pppoe problems

2007-08-13 Thread Gregory Edigarov
set authname ** set authkey ** add! default HISADDR enable dns resolv readonly enable mssfixup Try deleting these two statements: enable lqr set lqrperiod 5 I don't have lqr enabled in my config. So it doesn't help. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

bgpd usage

2007-09-17 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hi, Just a pure interest: has somebody bgpd in production for, say, 2 or 3 fullview routing? I have 6 routers with bgpd but they are IBGP, and therefore does not do fullview routing. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Error while trying to build xenocara

2007-09-20 Thread Gregory Edigarov
, Gregory Edigarov

Re: Error while trying to build xenocara

2007-09-20 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Gregory Edigarov wrote: Hello Everybody, While trying to build xenocara's most recent sources: === proto/bigreqsproto cd /usr/xenocara/proto/bigreqsproto exec make -f Makefile.bsd-wrapper cleandir cd /usr/xenocara/proto/bigreqsproto exec make -f Makefile.bsd-wrapper depend no dependencies

Re: Error while trying to build xenocara

2007-09-20 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Marc Balmer wrote: * Gregory Edigarov wrote: Gregory Edigarov wrote: Hello Everybody, While trying to build xenocara's most recent sources: === proto/bigreqsproto cd /usr/xenocara/proto/bigreqsproto exec make -f Makefile.bsd-wrapper cleandir cd /usr/xenocara/proto/bigreqsproto

Re: Error while trying to build xenocara

2007-09-21 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Gregory Edigarov wrote: Just an update: I've made /usr/xobj directory, then run the same command again, with same result. read the README file, under the hopeless case section... that helped me (I am a hopeless case, too, but not hopless ;) OK, thanks, guys. It worked. And sorry

Question on interface enumeration

2007-09-21 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hello Everybody, Supposing I have several identical NIC's in my server, can I predict which become int0, which become int1, etc? A link to document explaining (or man something) would absolutely suffice. Thank you. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: 2 internet connections on 1 router

2007-09-21 Thread Gregory Edigarov
add som.eth.in.g your pppoe server ip and you're set -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: Question on interface enumeration

2007-09-21 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Nick Holland wrote: Gregory Edigarov wrote: Hello Everybody, Supposing I have several identical NIC's in my server, can I predict which become int0, which become int1, etc? A link to document explaining (or man something) would absolutely suffice. Thank you. Not Easily, at least

l2tp solution wanted

2007-03-24 Thread Gregory Edigarov
many customers here and cannot afford making them to change. Please advise, thanks a lot in advance. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: l2tp solution wanted

2007-03-24 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Jeroen Massar wrote: Gregory Edigarov wrote: Hello list, I am trying to build a drop-in replacement for one of my linux vpn servers(it is dying). I've decided now it will be OpenBSD. Having found nearly all the necessary components compilable under openbsd, the only stop is the lack

looking for a good guide on driver writing

2007-06-27 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hello, I am looking for a guide about driver writing for OpenBSD. I've found some info on NetBSD, so the question is: is the driver structure in NetBSD any different compared to OpenBSD? -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: What is our ultimate goal??

2008-02-18 Thread Gregory Edigarov
guys. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov Mayuresh Kathe wrote: Hi, NOTE: No intention to behave like a troll. I've been following the multi-threaded ssh/scp thread and read Ted's comment that he's stopped working on the kernel threads code because he doesn't have the time for it nor does

4.3 hangs on Intel Celeron

2008-04-14 Thread Gregory Edigarov
info to diagnose the problem better. Thanks. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov at 0xd000, size 0x800 vga1 at pci0 dev 2 function 0 Intel 82845G Video rev 0x03 wsdisplay0 at vga1 mux 1: console (80x25, vt100 emulation) wsdisplay0: screen 1-5 added (80x25, vt100 emulation) uhci0

Re: Sendmail OpenBSD performance

2008-04-24 Thread Gregory Edigarov
do always recpomend to people using sendmail for mass mailing (that is having large mailing lists :) ) is to use smtpsend external smtp mailer. it scales much better. Also I would recommend you to use -odq and separate queue runner process. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: Why Sendmail?

2006-11-23 Thread Gregory Edigarov
I think it is because of cron jobs, that use to send mails to root . Conrad Winchester wrote: I do have one question though and I apologize if people always ask this: At the end of the install I asked whether I want to run sshd and ntpd by default - very nice BUT why am I not given the option

Re: pf-nat help

2008-05-15 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Jesus Sanchez wrote: Gregory Edigarov escribis: Jesus Sanchez wrote: Hi, I'm using OpenBSD 4.2. I'm triying to get a very unsafe-simple ruleset to make a nat between a laptop and my OpenBSD box. From my OpenBSD box I have two nics: OpenBSD box: rl0 (witch gets a IP from dhcp and gets

Re: tcpdump -X

2008-07-15 Thread Gregory Edigarov
. -- David Hill Thanks for your prompt reply. Just out of curiosity what's this 'MTU' stands for? it's Maximum Transfer Unit -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: This is what Linus Torvalds calls openBSD crowd

2008-07-17 Thread Gregory Edigarov
list, along with constructive criticism. Here it's rtfm and chest-thumping. Flame away boys, so i can gingerly ignore you :) -- Nuno MagalhC#es -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Table counters don't work as expected

2008-07-23 Thread Gregory Edigarov
:[ Packets: 0 Bytes: 0 ] What gives? -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: Table counters don't work as expected

2008-07-23 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Ok, it was counter counters discrepancy. kindly disregard. thanks all. Gregory Edigarov wrote: pf rules: block drop log all pass in quick on rl0 from counters to any no state pass out quick on rl0 from any to counters no state pass out on rl0 all flags S/SA keep state # pfctl -v -Tshow

route labels

2008-07-25 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hello, Is there any way I could see route labels attached in netstat or route? Thanks in advance. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: route labels

2008-07-25 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Henning Brauer wrote: * Gregory Edigarov [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2008-07-25 11:48]: Is there any way I could see route labels attached in netstat or route? netstat, no. I have always wanted to write sth that allows you to display all routes with a given label, but never got around to do

Re: difference between macros and tables in pf

2007-01-09 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Artyom Goryainov wrote: And when I write for example local_net=192.168.0.0/16 will it be expanded in rules to individual addresses, or it will be processed another way? well, if you ask such questions then i would seriously recommend to read something about how the tcp/ip stack works.

route

2007-01-10 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hello, Just wondering, if there is a way to set a route priority manually? Is there plans to implement it? It would be a great feature, after all. Thank you. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

MD5 sum of /bsd on freshly installed system/?

2007-01-15 Thread Gregory Edigarov
, made partitions, etc... Then on the first boot from HDD it hanged after it recognized the second USB controller. I suspect something is wrong with memory/HDD but I can't investigate it right now. Could it be a kernel bug also? -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Need: dmesg from Intel D850GB Motherboard

2007-01-15 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hi List, I know it is very old motherboard, but... May be somebody has it under OpenBSD. dmesg from 4.0 GENERIC /bsd would be highly appreciated. Thanks a lot. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: A PHP management interface for OpenBSD ?

2007-01-25 Thread Gregory Edigarov
and PHP itself included? Well, as a matter of fact, create a system that could be used by any fool and it will be used by fools only :-) I don't want OpenBSD such a future .. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: http load balancing with pf (apache access log)

2007-01-29 Thread Gregory Edigarov
-to Information in a http header, which can be set via some software load balancers. However, those are operating on the application layer, which pf isn't... too bad. Uhmm... Why don't use carp(4). I think it will suit you well. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: spamd - SPEWS status

2007-02-02 Thread Gregory Edigarov
then somebody expected. It seems like their soft started analyzing the return codes, and so they are resending their mail after a short while. So I think blacklisting is still in rule. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

in-kernel pppoe troubles

2007-02-05 Thread Gregory Edigarov
authorization. Userlevel ppp(8) works just perfectly... But for some reason I don't want to use it. What could be wrong with in-kernel implementation? Any clarifying questions (and answers, of course :-) from developers are welcome. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: in-kernel pppoe troubles

2007-02-05 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Andrey Shuvikov wrote: On 2/5/07, Gregory Edigarov [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: because it doesn't work completely. What does it mean? Any error messages? Also the content of hostname.pppoe0 and hostname.nve0 could be useful. Bu the way, does GENERIC have nve0 device? nve0 == nfe0. sorry about

Re: DNS, bind9, and other

2007-03-19 Thread Gregory Edigarov
to tldp.org site should satisfy you. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

pkg_add error

2008-11-04 Thread Gregory Edigarov
on my side? -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: quagga-0.99.11

2008-11-10 Thread Gregory Edigarov
protocols readily available to you in the base system. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: spamd won't use my WHITElist

2009-01-13 Thread Gregory Edigarov
... -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: relayd (formerly hoststated) for monitoring services

2009-01-16 Thread Gregory Edigarov
daemon called 'monit'. I like it very much because of the ease of setup and support it offers. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: Detect APC UPS is on battery

2011-10-19 Thread Gregory Edigarov
when you have power loss, then shutdown is started and then power is back. or situations where you starting machine after blackout and then there is a blackout again... With good ups you at least have 'switch off after some time is gone option. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: NIDS on OpenBSD

2011-10-19 Thread Gregory Edigarov
I think it is bad practice to use something that's not even in the base, when you have the feature in pf readily available. pass in on vr0 inet proto tcp from any to (vr0) port ssh keep state \ (max-src-conn-rate 1/60, overload badhosts flush global) On Wed, 19 Oct 2011 10:04:09 +0400 Wesley M.

Re: NIDS on OpenBSD

2011-10-19 Thread Gregory Edigarov
of things. PF is a good firewall, we can play with QoS/IP,Ports filter/NAT/ Src NAT/ Statefull/Load Balancing/scrub But it is not a NIDS. ;-) All the best, Wesley M. On Wed, 19 Oct 2011 10:05:33 +0300, Gregory Edigarov g...@bestnet.kharkov.ua wrote: I think it is bad practice to use

Re: Detect APC UPS is on battery

2011-10-19 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On Wed, 19 Oct 2011 10:23:09 +0200 Paul de Weerd we...@weirdnet.nl wrote: On Wed, Oct 19, 2011 at 09:53:25AM +0300, Gregory Edigarov wrote: | On Tue, 18 Oct 2011 21:36:11 +0200 | Paul de Weerd we...@weirdnet.nl wrote: | | On Tue, Oct 18, 2011 at 06:36:32PM +0200, Benny Lofgren wrote

Re: vlan and pf

2011-10-20 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On Thu, 20 Oct 2011 11:38:46 -0200 Friedrich Locke friedrich.lo...@gmail.com wrote: Hi folks, does openbsd firewall handle vlan interfaces ? of course it does

Re: traffic shaping in OpenBSD

2011-11-01 Thread Gregory Edigarov
regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: traffic shaping in OpenBSD

2011-11-01 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On Tue, 1 Nov 2011 08:53:46 +0100 Bret S. Lambert bret.lamb...@gmail.com wrote: On Tue, Nov 01, 2011 at 09:47:35AM +0200, Gregory Edigarov wrote: On Tue, 1 Nov 2011 11:17:56 +0400 ZZ Wave zzw...@gmail.com wrote: What solution should be used for traffic shaping on real-life

Re: traffic shaping in OpenBSD

2011-11-01 Thread Gregory Edigarov
there is slow pf in userspace and fast kernel-level netgraph. 2011/11/1 Gregory Edigarov g...@bestnet.kharkov.ua On Tue, 1 Nov 2011 11:17:56 +0400 ZZ Wave zzw...@gmail.com wrote: What solution should be used for traffic shaping on real-life, production gateways with tens and hundreds

it(4) hangs kernel on boot

2011-11-15 Thread Gregory Edigarov
scsibus2 at softraid0: 256 targets root on wd0a swap on wd0b dump on wd0b -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: DNS Google ?

2011-11-23 Thread Gregory Edigarov
encourages you to configure a separate daemon (which is a good thing). so when unbound is going to hit the base? -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: Kernel without INET6 error on pipex.c

2011-11-23 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On Wed, 23 Nov 2011 15:49:42 + Julien Crapovich mr_jul...@hotmail.com wrote: Hi, I'm under OpenBSD 5.0, and I would like to compile a kernel without INET6. # cd /usr/src # wget ftp://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/5.0/sys.tar.gz # tar zxvf sys.tar.gz I edited

Re: DNS Google ?

2011-11-24 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On Wed, 23 Nov 2011 21:18:29 + (UTC) Stuart Henderson s...@spacehopper.org wrote: On 2011-11-23, Gregory Edigarov g...@bestnet.kharkov.ua wrote: so when unbound is going to hit the base? when someone who is capable of and interested in integrating it has the time to do the work. well

Re: how to find dependencies when building a new kernel

2011-12-01 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On Wed, 30 Nov 2011 21:05:05 +0100 Jan Stary h...@stare.cz wrote: On Nov 30 10:26:46, T. Valent wrote: sure will solve what you have understood to be my problem. But what really annoys me here is that I'm not taken seriously when I say this isn't an option. Why don't you just believe my

Re: roundcubemail packet

2011-12-05 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On Mon, 05 Dec 2011 12:38:46 +0400 Wesley M. open...@e-solutions.re wrote: Thank you very much. It works. Except i can't connect to my imap server. :-( I use dovecot. Ports are opened. ?? again, search your roundcube config file for 'localhost' pattern, and replace it with 127.0.0.1.

Re: roundcubemail packet

2011-12-05 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On Mon, 05 Dec 2011 15:47:23 +0400 Wesley M. open...@e-solutions.re wrote: in my /etc/dovecot/dovecot.conf i added this line : mail_location = mbox:/var/mail/%u when i atempt to connect using webmail (roundcube) and do a tail -f /var/log/maillog, i have : Dec 5 15:45:19 mailserver

where to send patches for port?

2011-12-07 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hello, everybody. $Subject, namelly libetpan. Maintainer doesn't seem to be responsive. this patch corrects the work with memory. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov [demime 1.01d removed an attachment of type text/x-patch]

Re: Where to buy Lemote FuLoong MIPS boxes?

2011-12-19 Thread Gregory Edigarov
for the record... -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: create a backup of an online server

2011-12-27 Thread Gregory Edigarov
. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: how to choose outgoing IPv4 address/interface ?

2011-12-30 Thread Gregory Edigarov
' section. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: how to choose outgoing IPv4 address/interface ?

2011-12-30 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On Fri, 30 Dec 2011 10:14:08 +0200 Gregory Edigarov g...@bestnet.kharkov.ua wrote: On Fri, 30 Dec 2011 09:21:07 +0500 PP;Q Q P(P8P?P8QP8P= chipits...@gmail.com wrote: Hello! I'm runnning BGP server which is also dns resolver. so, host can go to internet using 2 addresses

Re: create a backup of an online server

2012-01-03 Thread Gregory Edigarov
servers, or your changes are minimal. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: PF rule match only packets for local machine

2012-01-05 Thread Gregory Edigarov
have not asked correct. Well, it's not very easy to find, but the self word is explained in the manual. Yes, but also keep in mind that self is only evaluated on ruleset load. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: disk management

2012-01-13 Thread Gregory Edigarov
- binaries are nothning, the data is everything. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: disk management

2012-01-13 Thread Gregory Edigarov
spare space in /home, why not just use /dev/svnd? dd if=/dev/zero to create a file of the size you want allocate for /var, then vnconfig it, newfs it, and use it just like the usual partition. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

terminal io q

2012-02-06 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hi everybody, Woundering if I can somehow reserve 2 or 3 last lines of terminal exclusivelly for user input. I.e. to have it some in a way like 3270 terminals ;-) Thank you. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: Google Summer of Code 2012 ?

2012-02-06 Thread Gregory Edigarov
? 1.GVRP/MVRP seems more interesting from my point of view. 2.Also be sure to visit www.netbsd.org, in order to check their fail/success ratio. Just my 0.5 cents. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: Unbound in base

2012-02-14 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On Mon, 13 Feb 2012 22:35:15 +0100 BjC6rn Ketelaars bjorn.ketela...@hydroxide.nl wrote: Hello, After some recent discussions [1, 2] on the topic of unbound in base, and (more important) really liking the idea of an alternative for BIND in base, I made a start with fitting the different

Re: Unbound in base

2012-02-14 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On Tue, 14 Feb 2012 08:09:16 + Peter van Oord van der Vlies peter.vanoordvandervl...@itisit.nl wrote: Hello, Why replacing bind ? Because bind is full of security related bugs and a bloatware. Yours C. O. Kind Regards Peter - Oorspronkelijk bericht - Van: Bjvrn Ketelaars

Re: Unbound in base

2012-02-14 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On Tue, 14 Feb 2012 13:23:01 +0400 Mo Libden m0lib...@mail.ru wrote: 14 QP5P2QP0P;Q 2012, 12:59 PQ Gregory Edigarov g...@bestnet.kharkov.ua: On Tue, 14 Feb 2012 08:09:16 + Peter van Oord van der Vlies peter.vanoordvandervl...@itisit.nl wrote: Hello, Why replacing bind

Re: USB-RS232 strange behaviour

2012-02-21 Thread Gregory Edigarov
? Any educated guesses? Sure I can use the laptop but the desktop is in my lab and should work. Obviously it sees the dongles, I tried both with same result. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

an idea to implement in bgpd/bgpctl

2012-02-22 Thread Gregory Edigarov
by machine. What do you think? -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: Can command-line options be specified in any place?

2011-06-22 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On Wed, 22 Jun 2011 13:49:22 +0200 Tobias Ulmer tobi...@tmux.org wrote: tl;dr: In my opinion, these anti Linux rants do harm to OpenBSD by condemning everything Linux does instead of allowing us to pick out just the good parts. Hmm. Even if there would be no antilinux rants it is just

Re: Automatic reboot on kernel panic

2011-06-22 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On Wed, 22 Jun 2011 15:12:30 +0200 ter Voorde Informatiesystemen i...@tv-is.nl wrote: Hi there, At first, I would like to apologize for the possibility that this e-mail message might fatigue you, but I just want to be sure. I would like to know if my machine automatically reboots at a

Re: Automatic reboot on kernel panic

2011-06-22 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On Wed, 22 Jun 2011 11:45:49 -0300 Marcos Laufer mar...@ipversion4.com wrote: ddb.panic=0 will boot instead of dropping you into a ddb? greg@greg:~$ banner YES # # ### # # # # # # # # # # ### ## # ## # #

Re: Can command-line options be specified in any place?

2011-06-22 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On Wed, 22 Jun 2011 15:09:17 + (UTC) Stuart Henderson s...@spacehopper.org wrote: On 2011-06-22, Gregory Edigarov g...@bestnet.kharkov.ua wrote: On Wed, 22 Jun 2011 13:49:22 +0200 Tobias Ulmer tobi...@tmux.org wrote: tl;dr: In my opinion, these anti Linux rants do harm to OpenBSD

Re: Creating route tables

2011-07-21 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Josh, the table needs to be created and an interface need to be assigned to the rdomain like: ifconfig em0 a.b.c.d/24 rdomain 1 then you can use it like, just for example, this: route -T 1 add e.f.g.h/24 a.b.c.x that does the trick. On Tue, 19 Jul 2011 13:26:37 -0500 Josh Hoppes

Re: Problem pf 4.9 ( grrrrr )

2011-07-27 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On Wed, 27 Jul 2011 07:23:37 -0400 Kenneth R Westerback kwesterb...@rogers.com wrote: On Wed, Jul 27, 2011 at 10:24:10AM +, hvom .org wrote: Hi I very problem with packet-filter OpenBSD 4.9 ! I read in /etc/pf.conf : scrub in all syntax error scrub in syntax

Re: routing problem with 2nd default route via ipsec

2011-07-28 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On Thu, 28 Jul 2011 13:23:02 +0200 Axel Rau axel@chaos1.de wrote: Hi all, I have a routing firewall, which is also a ipsec client like this: ppp uplink (IPv4) | dc3|pppoe0 +++

Need an advice

2011-08-10 Thread Gregory Edigarov
, Gregory Edigarov

Re: Xenocara corruption with intel driver on 4.9 release

2011-08-11 Thread Gregory Edigarov
? Hi, Ersin Does it say something like inteldrm0: drm hang on the console? -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: Installing Image_Canvas

2011-08-12 Thread Gregory Edigarov
On Thu, 11 Aug 2011 19:45:43 -0500 Andres Genovez andresgeno...@gmail.com wrote: Hello, A little question, if anyone can help I am using OpenBSD 4.8 GENERIC I am using pear-1.7.2.tgz http://openbsd.mirror.frontiernet.net/pub/OpenBSD/4.8/packages/i386/pear-1.7 .2.tgz But when i

bgpd q

2011-09-15 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hello, If I want to use bgpd only for the routing decision process, with actual forwarding on hardware based router how can it be accomplished? any point will be appreciated. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

what happen to sendmail?

2011-09-20 Thread Gregory Edigarov
following current wasn't very helpful... i have latest binary snapshot installed. === gnu/usr.sbin/sendmail/sendmail cc -O2 -pipe -I/usr/local/include/sasl -DSTARTTLS -DSASL -DMILTER -DSOCKETMAP -DFAST_PIYCLE -D_FFR_USE_SETLOGIN -DSM_OMIT_BOGUS_WARNINGS -DNEWDB -DMAP_REGEX -DNETINET6 -DNEEDSNODE

Re: what happen to sendmail?

2011-09-20 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Well, I think I've found the root of the problem myself. I had a stale WANT_SMTPAUTH in my mk.conf On Tue, 20 Sep 2011 11:48:39 +0300 Gregory Edigarov g...@bestnet.kharkov.ua wrote: following current wasn't very helpful... i have latest binary snapshot installed. === gnu/usr.sbin

no packages for amd64 snapshot

2011-09-21 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hello list, is this intentional, or there is some problem that prevents amd64 snapshot packags from being built? -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: Blocking Trojans with PF

2011-09-26 Thread Gregory Edigarov
any to ($if) will block it as you wish. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: Blocking Trojans with PF

2011-09-26 Thread Gregory Edigarov
rule something like: block in on $if flags S/SA am I right ? Regards, Hassan H. Monfared On Mon, Sep 26, 2011 at 10:18 AM, Gregory Edigarov g...@bestnet.kharkov.uawrote: On Mon, 26 Sep 2011 09:48:20 +0330 Hassan Monfared hmonfa...@gmail.com wrote: Hi, Any idea for denying

Re: Blocking Trojans with PF

2011-09-26 Thread Gregory Edigarov
are behind FW , doesn't block in on $intif rule blocks TCP handshaking ? I mean ACK message must be passed on $intif, mustn't ? Regards, Hassan H. Monfared On Mon, Sep 26, 2011 at 11:21 AM, Gregory Edigarov g...@bestnet.kharkov.uawrote: If your firewall is on the same machine as webserver

bsd_auth

2009-05-22 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hello, Need just a small pointer to information on how to write an authentication program i.e. login_SOMEWHAT ? Because sources left much info outside. Is there a specification or something? Thanks. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: bsd_auth

2009-05-22 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Joachim Schipper wrote: On Fri, May 22, 2009 at 11:25:17AM +0300, Gregory Edigarov wrote: Hello, Need just a small pointer to information on how to write an authentication program i.e. login_SOMEWHAT ? Because sources left much info outside. Is there a specification or something? Thanks

bsd_auth again

2009-05-25 Thread Gregory Edigarov
there are lines in /etc/login.conf: auth-smtp:auth=-test: everything other is the file left untouched. As it doesn't seem to be calling login_-test, I think that is because I failed to properly describe what I need in login.conf what should be done? Thank you. -- With best regards, Gregory

Re: bsd_auth again

2009-05-25 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Otto Moerbeek wrote: On Mon, May 25, 2009 at 10:47:11AM +0300, Gregory Edigarov wrote: Hello, Perhaps somebody can help me a bit... Here is very simple login_-test.c, just to check if everything works: #include stdio.h int main (int argc, char **argv) { char buf[1024]; int i; for (i

Re: bsd_auth again

2009-05-25 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Otto Moerbeek wrote: On Mon, May 25, 2009 at 10:47:11AM +0300, Gregory Edigarov wrote: Hello, Perhaps somebody can help me a bit... Here is very simple login_-test.c, just to check if everything works: #include stdio.h int main (int argc, char **argv) { char buf[1024]; int i; for (i

Re: IMPORTANT, DO THIS OR YOUR E-MAIL WON'T WORK

2009-05-27 Thread Gregory Edigarov
, Gregory Edigarov

Re: Bug in pppoe ?

2009-07-03 Thread Gregory Edigarov
mssfixup enable lqr set lqrperiod 5 /etc/rc.local - /usr/sbin/pppoe -p pppoe -i vr0 -s -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

Re: .xinitrc and new window manager not loading

2009-08-19 Thread Gregory Edigarov
/null eval `ssh-agent -s -k` fi xidle -delay 3 -sw -program /usr/X11R6/bin/xlock -mode bat -timeout 5 -- I have also tried /usr/local/bin/scrotwm and exec /usr/local/bin/scrotwm but no luck. Thanks. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

bgpd q

2009-08-26 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hi, Could I rewrite as-paths in bgpd? I.e. if I have an incoming as-path like this: 1 2 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 4 and would like for some reason to rewrite it like: 1 2 3 4, or 1 2 3 3 4, can I do this? Thank you. -- With best regards, Gregory Edigarov

  1   2   3   4   >