Zurich OpenBSD

2007-07-18 Thread Karel Kulhavy
Hi I saw someone at Zurich Central with an OpenBSD t-shirt 2 days ago, I wonder if he's subscribed to this list. I should have stopped him ;-) CL

Hack OpenBSD and improve fitness at the same time

2007-07-20 Thread Karel Kulhavy
I understand that hacking OpenBSD code requires a lot of time commitment sitting in front of a computer but that people possibly also have concerns about their health which needs regular exercise. Add an everyday job to this and you get a shortage of time. Therefore I have developed a special

Re: Zurich OpenBSD

2007-07-20 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Wed, Jul 18, 2007 at 01:27:28PM +0400, Anton Karpov wrote: RFC, anyone? :) My coffee had just run out, so no keyboard harmed. Timo I like the idea of T-shirts and stickers It's an OpenBSD thing. You wouldn't understand ;-) I have the big white Puffy sticker on my black

Re: 4.1 !

2007-07-20 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Fri, Apr 13, 2007 at 11:10:26AM +0200, Paul de Weerd wrote: It's in ! It looks very very very cool ;) Thanks Wim for such an incredibly speedy delivery ! In my last case Wim delivered very slowly. I wanted to buy an obsd hoodie as a christmas 2006 present. Wim assured me it shouldn't be a

Re: GPL is free for forcing people to free code when they publish, not free as in free to do what you want, which is actually what free as in BSD, and real freedom ends at the tip of my nose

2007-07-20 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Fri, Apr 13, 2007 at 08:25:43AM -0400, Umnada Tyrolla wrote: Why isn't there some zealot out there who recodes gpl stuff into bsd licensed code? That would be a service to developers, at least. Because preaching takes much less energy than sitting for long hours at a computer and figuring

Re: Hack OpenBSD and improve fitness at the same time

2007-07-20 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Fri, Jul 20, 2007 at 12:09:53PM +0100, Stefan Olsson wrote: -Apart from health this could be used to generate electricity for Theo's servers! Then you could put in a section on the Donations page to come over and do a few hours on the bike and help keeping the electricity bill down. On

mc doesn't work on console

2007-07-26 Thread Karel Kulhavy
If I try to start mc (midnight commander) on a text console I get a black screen with one horizontal blue strip 1 char thick 2 chars from the bottom of the screen. It doesn't seem to work and behaves unpredictably. For example if I type ls, instead of a list of files I get the whole screen blue.

Checking mailbox ownership.

2007-09-20 Thread Karel Kulhavy
I am getting this message from Charlie Root over and over: Checking mailbox ownership. user clock mailbox is drwx--, group users Does it mean I should change the mailbox flags or group? If yes, what are the correct values then? CL

Proper way to install library from source

2007-09-25 Thread Karel Kulhavy
Hello I would like to have the AoTuV Vorbis encoder. There is no package for that. Is this supported on OpenBSD and if yes what is the proper way to do it? I downloaded the AoTuV libvorbis (it's just a different version of libvorbis), compiled, installed, then oggenc didn't recognize -q 2. So I

man strnlen mistake?

2007-09-26 Thread Karel Kulhavy
In doing this, strnlen() looks only at the first maxlen characters at s and never beyond s+maxlen. Shouldn't it be never beyond s+maxlen-1? CL

OpenBSD sticker considered cool by a layman

2007-09-29 Thread Karel Kulhavy
Some (cute) girl yesterday who doesn't understand computers at all pointed at my laptop and asked where did you get this damned cool sticker? It was the wireframe Puffy. People also tend to stare at Puffy when I use my laptop on the bus. I think this confirms that the stickers are really good

PCC? GCC has crap optimization!

2007-10-01 Thread Karel Kulhavy
GCC has no idea about optimization even if the optimization is turned to the maximum: unsigned long long x(unsigned lo, unsigned hi) { return ((unsigned long long)hi 32) | lo; } gcc -O3 -c -o a.o a.c; objdump -d a.o: 0: 55

Perl/libc? segfault

2007-10-05 Thread Karel Kulhavy
While running spamassassin (the one in OpenBSD 4.0) my Perl (also OBSD 4.0) happened to segfault when learning what is spam. There is no suspicion on bad hardware, and this situation already happened in the past several times ocassionally. There were 9153 spam messages in the folder. I'll try if

Speeding up OBSD bootup

2007-10-06 Thread Karel Kulhavy
Is it possible to specify the kernel that the hardware for which there are drivers probing for but I don't have in my PC is absent? Since OBSD has no suspend to disk/RAM, the bootup speed is critical when working with a laptop in public transport. Or are there any other possible ways how to speed

Re: Perl/libc? segfault

2007-10-07 Thread Karel Kulhavy
I tried to track this down to a single message but I failed - when I divided the large mailbox into two halves, each of the halves went through successfully. BTW, the spamassassing still segfaults regularly. CL On Fri, Oct 05, 2007 at 06:27:13PM +0200, Karel Kulhavy wrote: While running

Another segfault in DB_File.so

2007-10-07 Thread Karel Kulhavy
I guess this means a bug in DB_File.so or Perl. No matter how badly Spamassassin is written it must not be able to produce a segfault. Is DB_File.so an OpenBSD-specific implementation of database? This segfault was produce by sa-learn -D --sync and the last debug message it printed was [25545]

Missing manpages db4_*

2007-10-07 Thread Karel Kulhavy
The following programs have missing manpage on OpenBSD 4.0: db4_archive db4_checkpoint db4_deadlock db4_dump db4_dump185 db4_load db4_printlog db4_recover db4_stat db4_upgrade Does anyone have any idea what these are for? I guess they are for some database manipulation. --help doesn't give much

Correct place to report bugs in perl

2007-10-07 Thread Karel Kulhavy
I would like to report a bug - a segfault - in Perl v5.8.8 which is a standard part of OBSD 4.0. The perl page says that perlbjug should be used for perl version 5. man perlbug says: If you have found a bug with a non-standard port (one that was not part of the standard distribution), a binary

fsck.ext2 segfault

2007-10-10 Thread Karel Kulhavy
OBSD 4.0, the disk is an IDE disk taken from a long-ago Linux computer put into a IDE-to-USB disk enclosure. [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ fsck.ext2 /dev/sd0j [...] /dev/sd0j: 503728/7208960 files (3.3% non-contiguous), 9188731/14390223 blocks umass0: Invalid CSW: tag 904086 should be 904087 sd0: WARNING:

lookup option in /etc/resolv.conf ignored

2007-10-13 Thread Karel Kulhavy
I want to make my OS return 127.0.0.1 on google-analytics.com and ad.doubleclick.net to speed up the work with Sourceforge. I put 127.0.0.1 google-analytics.com 127.0.0.1 ad.doubleclick.net into /etc/hosts and checked that /etc/resolv.conf contains lookup file bind According to man resolv.conf

What is the nice process state?

2007-10-27 Thread Karel Kulhavy
I am raytraing a video with a command rt and the top is showing this: CPU states: 48.4% user, 48.7% nice, 3.0% system, 0.0% interrupt, 0.0% idle [...] PID USERNAME PRI NICE SIZE RES STATEWAIT TIMECPU COMMAND 29174 clock 79 10 33M 15M run -0:00 4.25% rt

Re: Google employment opportunity

2007-10-27 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Fri, Oct 12, 2007 at 05:23:37PM -0700, David Mack wrote: Hi Theo, My name is David Mack, and I am a recruiter for the Google.com engineering team, a dynamic, challenging and fun group, which is responsible for our Google website, from start to finish. While doing a search for a

Re: No Blob without Puffy

2007-03-25 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Mon, Mar 19, 2007 at 07:52:35PM -0600, Tony Abernethy wrote: Lars D. Nooden wrote: On Mon, 19 Mar 2007, Dave Anderson wrote: You've left out the extremely important fact that many vendors interpret acceptance of blobs by any free OS as validating their position of not releasing

Re: No Blob without Puffy

2007-03-25 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Tue, Mar 20, 2007 at 12:43:06AM -0400, Daniel Ouellet wrote: Tell me, would you let Microsoft for example, access your servers to see if they work well? I don't think so. But again, you might already do that via BLOB. You just don't know. Interesting story about a security breach. Did

Re: No Blob without Puffy

2007-03-25 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Tue, Mar 20, 2007 at 10:03:14AM -0400, Dan Farrell wrote: I second that. danno -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of chefren Sent: Monday, March 19, 2007 7:34 PM To: misc@openbsd.org Subject: Re: No Blob without Puffy On 3/19/07

Re: Installing Skype

2007-03-25 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Fri, Mar 23, 2007 at 12:03:54PM -0700, J.C. Roberts wrote: On Friday 23 March 2007 11:35, Tobias Weisserth wrote: On Mar 23, 2007, at 6:24 PM, Rafael Morales wrote: I need the shared library libasound.so.2, anybody could send to me ???, I don't have a linux box here. I need my box

Re: Installing Skype

2007-03-25 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Fri, Mar 23, 2007 at 03:26:25PM -0700, J.C. Roberts wrote: On Friday 23 March 2007 12:13, Tobias Weisserth wrote: From the emails in this thread we know he needs it for work, so he hasn't really got a choice. There's no other client to the Skype network. Maybe there's a way to

Re: Installing Skype

2007-03-25 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Sun, Mar 25, 2007 at 10:36:37PM +0200, Joachim Schipper wrote: On Sun, Mar 25, 2007 at 09:48:35PM +0200, Karel Kulhavy wrote: On Fri, Mar 23, 2007 at 03:26:25PM -0700, J.C. Roberts wrote: On Friday 23 March 2007 12:13, Tobias Weisserth wrote: From the emails in this thread we know he

Why gtk-gnutella stopped working

2007-04-04 Thread Karel Kulhavy
Hello gtk-gnutella shipped with OpenBSD 4.0 is now obsolete and obsolete versions are banned after 1 year from the Gnutella network. If you are wondering, why it's suddenly not working, uninstall gtk-gnutella, download the official one, delete ~/.gtk-gnutella, do Configure -d, make, make install

scp problem with remote filename escaping

2007-04-11 Thread Karel Kulhavy
For the same filename, sometimes you have to specify a different filename to scp, depending on whether the file is on remote system or local one. I have created a remote file whose filename a b is 3 chars long - ASCII codes 97, 32, 98 scp '[EMAIL PROTECTED]:a b' . doesn't work - prints: scp: a:

Re: scp problem with remote filename escaping

2007-04-11 Thread Karel Kulhavy
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Karel Kulhavy Sent: Wednesday, April 11, 2007 3:47 PM To: OpenBSD Subject: scp problem with remote filename escaping Sounds like a bug to me - the escaping for the remote shell is not being done correctly?

Re: scp problem with remote filename escaping

2007-04-11 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Wed, Apr 11, 2007 at 10:55:29PM +0200, Simon Effenberg wrote: On Wed, Apr 11, 2007 at 04:17:38PM -0400, Nick ! wrote: On 4/11/07, Dan Farrell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Karel Kulhavy Sent: Wednesday, April 11, 2007 3:47

Re: scp problem with remote filename escaping

2007-04-11 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Wed, Apr 11, 2007 at 10:02:50PM +0100, Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2007/04/11 13:41, Bryan Irvine wrote: snip I agree, spaces in filenames should be avoided. But spaces in filenames are legal, so programs need to support that; this seems like a case scp was never tested against because

Re: scp problem with remote filename escaping

2007-04-11 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Thu, Apr 12, 2007 at 01:13:16AM +0300, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wed, Apr 11, 2007 at 04:41:41PM -0500, Matthew R. Dempsky wrote: On Wed, Apr 11, 2007 at 10:02:50PM +0100, Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2007/04/11 13:41, Bryan Irvine wrote: scp [EMAIL PROTECTED]:a\ b . you have

X Window System crash

2007-04-18 Thread Karel Kulhavy
Looks like X Windows have some race condition or maybe it's in the kernel? I've been running spamassassin learning which loaded the system. Then I started X Windows System with startx. During normal startup, a screen of garbage flashes and is replaced with black screen and then with X background.

nonsense from OBSD 4.0 ping

2007-05-04 Thread Karel Kulhavy
I have the OpenBSD 4.0 ping and it wrote this: 64 bytes from 192.168.2.215: icmp_seq=3029 ttl=64 time=6.057 ms 64 bytes from 192.168.2.215: icmp_seq=3035 ttl=64 time=44.108 ms 64 bytes from 192.168.2.215: icmp_seq=3036 ttl=64 time=-994831.-515 ms

Machine freezes from invalid Ethernet packets

2007-05-04 Thread Karel Kulhavy
Hello I connected a 10Mbps free space optics link to a 10Mbps hub to which OpenBSD 4.0 machine (Dell Inspiron 510m) was connected. The link had probably bad signal because on the Dell directly (i. e. in the NIC) I could receive the RTP that was transmitted through the link, but another device

mplayer and libdvdread and libdvdcss

2007-05-28 Thread Karel Kulhavy
I tried to play a .vob file with mplayer and got this message: Encrypted VOB file! Read DOCS/HTML/en/cd-dvd.html So I read /home/clock/MPlayer-1.0rc1/DOCS/HTML/en/cd-dvd.html and that says: MPlayer uses libdvdread and libdvdcss for DVD playback and decryption. These two libraries are contained in

sockaddr_in in manpage and /usr/include different

2007-06-05 Thread Karel Kulhavy
OpenBSD 4.0 man 7 ip says: struct sockaddr_in { sa_family_tsin_family; /* address family: AF_INET */ u_int16_t sin_port; /* port in network byte order */ struct in_addr sin_addr; /* internet address */ };

Re: sockaddr_in in manpage and /usr/include different

2007-06-05 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Tue, Jun 05, 2007 at 04:29:48PM +0200, Andreas Maus wrote: On Tue, Jun 05, 2007 at 03:29:52PM +0200, Karel Kulhavy wrote: Hi. OpenBSD 4.0 man 7 ip says: Thats interesting. On my OpenBSD 4.0 systems I don't have a man 7 ip. I have a man 4 ip instead - and only man 4 ip. Where did your

Security of the keyboard

2007-06-19 Thread Karel Kulhavy
A friend who is happening to write his own operating system just pointed out to me that a keyboard driver cannot use - lookup tables, because timing accessing these lookup tables would yield information what key was pressed when entering a root password - tests and jumps, because the same would

Re: Security of the keyboard

2007-06-20 Thread Karel Kulhavy
can you post it? CL On 6/19/07, Karel Kulhavy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: A friend who is happening to write his own operating system just pointed out to me that a keyboard driver cannot use - lookup tables, because timing accessing these lookup tables would yield information what key

OpenSSL key theft through cache timing

2007-06-20 Thread Karel Kulhavy
http://www.daemonology.net/papers/htt.pdf This is the missing link to my post about keyboard security. CL

Re: Security of the keyboard

2007-06-20 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Wed, Jun 20, 2007 at 04:00:01PM +0200, Artur Grabowski wrote: Karel Kulhavy [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On Tue, Jun 19, 2007 at 07:05:38PM -0700, Don Scott wrote: I think Artur Grabowski too easily dismisses the question. I'd be interested to know if you get any informative

Similar USB scanners

2007-06-22 Thread Karel Kulhavy
Hello uscanner(4) supports Epson Perfection 610U,636U,1200U,1200U Photo, but I can get only Perfection V10. Or HP ScanJet - supported 4100C, 5200C, 5300C, 6300C, but I can get only 2400C. Is there a chance that Epson Perfection V10 or HP ScanJet 2400C will be not only recognized, but will also

OpenBSD poster

2008-03-02 Thread Karel Kulhavy
I have made an OpenBSD promotion poster. http://images.twibright.com/tns/21a8.html CL

wine990225 hangs OBSD 3.9 i386 machine

2006-07-08 Thread Karel Kulhavy
Hello When i run wine tokenizer.exe (some executable from an old Borland C compiler) under a normal user, the machine freezes. What's interesting is that the wine is not SUID root: -r-xr-xr-x 1 root bin 3084124 Mar 2 15:20 /usr/local/bin/wine The wine is from the official OpenBSD3.9

Default ghostscript doesn't work in OpenBSD 3.9?

2006-07-09 Thread Karel Kulhavy
Hello Please try with your OpenBSD 3.9 and default ghostscript install this: [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ gs /usr/local/share/ghostscript/7.05/examples/alphabet.ps It's a 1551-byte simple example postscript that comes with Ghostscript and fails for me. I am getting the message Error: /invalidfileaccess

SOCK_RAW description

2006-07-09 Thread Karel Kulhavy
Hello The types SOCK_RAW, which is available only to the superuser, and SOCK_RDM, which is planned, but not yet implemented, are not described here. (man socket) Where is SOCK_RAW described, then? Why is not at least a pointer to the description included in the manpage? I would like to port a

restarting DHCP not described in manpages

2006-07-09 Thread Karel Kulhavy
I read man dhcp and man dhclient and wasn't able to determine how to restart the DHCP process (or the whole network) if my cable modem with DHCP server crashes and I have to reboot it. I suggest this information to be added, but I don't know where it belongs. CL

Links compiles on OpenBSD 3.9

2006-07-11 Thread Karel Kulhavy
Mikulas added a call of pkg-config or libpng-config into the configure of our browser Links (http://links.twibright.com), so now it compiles on OpenBSD 3.9 out of the box. Before it didn't because it didn't find libpng. It's in the CVS so expect this to be available in 2.1pre24. CL

No Java in OpenBSD

2006-07-11 Thread Karel Kulhavy
I appreciate there is no Java in OpenBSD. I searched for java, jre, jdk, j2se, sun, blackdown and ibm in the packages and didn't find anything. I understand why - presumably because Java is not a free software. This is very handy - I don't have to waste time with Java programs, which are usually

GDBM_File (GDBM::File)

2006-07-13 Thread Karel Kulhavy
ello How can I install GDBM::File into the stock Perl in OpenBSD? I don't understand why it's not there when it comes automatically with Perl. Was it stripped out from the Perl due to license reason? I tried to download it and installed but it complained about unresolved library something in some

OpenBSD/Dependencies.pm

2006-07-13 Thread Karel Kulhavy
Hello Is it possible to get official OpenBSD/Dependencies.pm somewhere? I searched in CPAN for openbsd::dependencies, openbsd-dependencies and openbsd_dependencies but it didn't find anything. I found that by installing a fresh new perl from sources the GDBM_File gets installed too, but then the

Re: Encrypting e-mails

2006-07-15 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Mon, Jul 10, 2006 at 08:37:58AM -0500, Jacob Yocom-Piatt wrote: Original message Date: Mon, 10 Jul 2006 15:07:40 +0200 From: Rico Secada [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Encrypting e-mails To: misc@openbsd.org Hi I have been looking into encrypting my e-mails and was thinking

Re: Voice-Chat Software (maybe even a Client wich works on openBSD? ;) ) ?

2006-07-15 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Thu, Jul 13, 2006 at 09:11:12AM -0500, Jacob Yocom-Piatt wrote: Why would you need voice chat in the base install? There isn't even IM in the base install. good point about the IM. i see voice as pretty important since the gross majority of ppl have a phone (whether VOIP or otherwise)

Re: GDBM_File (GDBM::File)

2006-07-15 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Thu, Jul 13, 2006 at 07:03:11PM +0200, Joachim Schipper wrote: On Thu, Jul 13, 2006 at 12:12:58PM +0200, Karel Kulhavy wrote: ello How can I install GDBM::File into the stock Perl in OpenBSD? I don't understand why it's not there when it comes automatically with Perl

Recompiling Perl 5.8.6

2006-07-15 Thread Karel Kulhavy
Is it OK to download perl 5.8.6 (the same that is in OpenBSD 3.9) then compile it using supplied hints/openbsd.sh and install over the existing perl? I want GDBM_File and GDBM_File is in perl 5.8.6. - will the perl still work (at least pkg_add and pkg_delete)? - will GDBM_File start working? I

ntp on openbsd rulez

2006-07-15 Thread Karel Kulhavy
I just turned it on and date shows the same as on my radio clock! How different from Linux where I didn't know which ntp implementation to use, so I tried installing various ones and it didn't work so I tweaked the configuration somehow according to the (usually ambiguous) documentation and it

Re: GDBM_File (GDBM::File)

2006-07-15 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Sat, Jul 15, 2006 at 06:16:42PM +0800, Lars Hansson wrote: On Saturday 15 July 2006 18:02, Karel Kulhavy wrote: But gdbm is in ports. I don't understand why the binding was taken out of Perl. And how would the base system build the gdbm module if gdbm itself is in ports

X Windows freeze on reboot

2006-07-15 Thread Karel Kulhavy
Hello OpenBSD 3.9. I took my xterm, did su - and then typed reboot. The xterm window disappeared, but the machine froze. You could still see the X Window System background and the mouse was not moving. ctrl-alt-del didn't work. I had to turn the machine off. The X Window is installed from

Ambiguous man memcmp

2006-07-16 Thread Karel Kulhavy
otherwise returns the difference between the first two differing bytes Let's say already bytes b1[0] and b2[0] differ. The manpage doesn't say in which order the difference is calculated. Whether b1[0]-b2[0] or b2[0]-b1[0]. CL

Icecast manual page

2006-07-17 Thread Karel Kulhavy
Hello After pkg_add icecast 2.3.1 into OpenBSD 3.9 I realized there is no manual page. No man icecast, although there is an executable called icecast. Also no info icecast. I suggest that this manpage is added if one exists, or at least a dummy one which points to the URL and says that the

Icecast defaults

2006-07-18 Thread Karel Kulhavy
The icecast.xml.dist in Icecast is containing nonexisting directories - maybe it's intended for the user to fill in, maybe it's just forgotten. CL

Man mksmbpasswd

2006-07-26 Thread Karel Kulhavy
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ which mksmbpasswd /usr/local/bin/mksmbpasswd [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ man mksmbpasswd man: no entry for mksmbpasswd in the manual. [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ pkg_info | grep samba samba-3.0.21bp2 SMB and CIFS client and server for UNIX Is there an aim in OpenBSD to have also manual

Gimp segfaults

2006-07-31 Thread Karel Kulhavy
I noticed there are two Gimps in the ports, I tried both (2.2.10 and 2.2.10p0) and both segfault in the same place. It displays a speedometer with Wilber, does several thermometers loading whatever, and then it segfaults. Does it happen only for me or for everyone? CL #0 0x016a4e90 in ?? () No

Audio hangs in 3.9

2006-07-31 Thread Karel Kulhavy
My xmms crashed so I killed it and make sure no more xmms process is running there. Then I tried XMMS several times again and every time I pressed play it hangs. I read all the process names and there is no remain if xmms. mplayer does the same - hangs on opening audio. Is the audio in OpenBSD

More to hanging audio

2006-07-31 Thread Karel Kulhavy
I examined dmesg, there were no late messages. Tried shutting down X Windows and playing from console. Didn't help. Reboot helped. My dmesg: OpenBSD 3.9 (GENERIC) #617: Thu Mar 2 02:26:48 MST 2006 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/src/sys/arch/i386/compile/GENERIC cpu0: Intel(R) Pentium(R) M processor

Re: BOB is dying.

2006-07-31 Thread Karel Kulhavy
How should I mark this message for Spamassassin? Spam or ham? Or delete it without giving to Spamassassin? :) CL On Sun, Jul 16, 2006 at 02:54:35PM -0400, Tim Donahue wrote: I swear, spam keeps getting wierder and wierder On Fri, 14 Jul 2006 20:43:50 -0700 (PDT) Anon Y. Mous [EMAIL

X-Orientation: Gay SMTP header

2006-07-31 Thread Karel Kulhavy
Hello who wouldn't mind other people knowing, please put X-Orientation: Gay into the SMTP headers. Thanks. Dumb people with anti-gay mindset usually use dumb mailers which don't show these lines. I have it so already for several years and no problem happened. I just figured out the author of a

Re: Silly^WFantastic OpenBSD promo video!!

2006-07-31 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Tue, Jul 25, 2006 at 09:19:33PM +0200, Matthias Kilian wrote: On Tue, Jul 25, 2006 at 02:32:32AM +0200, Moritz Grimm wrote: Message-ID: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Tue, 25 Jul 2006 02:32:32 +0200 From: Moritz Grimm [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: misc misc@openbsd.org Subject: Silly^WFantastic

Re: Looking to start developing OpenBSD

2006-07-31 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Wed, Jul 26, 2006 at 12:19:45PM -0700, Nick Price wrote: I'm interested in starting to do development on the OpenBSD OS. What are some good tasks that need to be done that someone isn't currently working on? Someone suggested ACPId, but apparently it's already being worked on. I suggest

Re: Silly^WFantastic OpenBSD promo video!!

2006-07-31 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Tue, Jul 25, 2006 at 02:32:32AM +0200, Moritz Grimm wrote: Hello! I made something ... and for some reason, several people liked it enough to help it spread at reckless torrent speeds! http://jolly.kicks-ass.org/OpenBSD_install-quick.avi.torrent should get Could you put it on

Re: Audio hangs in 3.9

2006-07-31 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Mon, Jul 31, 2006 at 11:22:30AM -0400, Jeff Quast wrote: On 7/31/06, Karel Kulhavy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: My xmms crashed so I killed it and make sure no more xmms process is running there. Then I tried XMMS several times again and every time I pressed play it hangs. For fucks sakes

Re: More to hanging audio

2006-07-31 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Mon, Jul 31, 2006 at 11:18:06AM -0400, Jeff Quast wrote: On 7/31/06, Karel Kulhavy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I examined dmesg, there were no late messages. Tried shutting down X Windows and playing from console. Didn't help. Reboot helped. My dmesg: Are you willing to install snapshots

Re: OpenBSD's own compiler

2006-07-31 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Mon, Jul 31, 2006 at 10:35:29AM -0500, R. Tyler Ballance wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 I was wondering, would it be a stupid and bad idea, for the OpenBSD team to develope, an OpenBSD C compiler based upon the OpenBSD security knowledge and internal standards

infinite tree in qt libraries

2006-08-09 Thread Karel Kulhavy
Is this infinite directory tree intentional? [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/local/lib/qt3/lib/lib$ cd lib [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/local/lib/qt3/lib/lib/lib$ cd lib [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/local/lib/qt3/lib/lib/lib/lib$ cd lib [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/local/lib/qt3/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib$ cd lib [EMAIL

cd subdir; cd .. doesn't preserve working directory

2006-08-09 Thread Karel Kulhavy
Bug in OpenBSD 3.9? [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/local/lib/qt3/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib/lib$ cd lib; cd .. [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/local/lib$ Shouldn't the correct answer be [EMAIL

What is the portno locator?

2006-08-09 Thread Karel Kulhavy
man ucom says: The portno locator can be used to decide which port to use for devices that have multiple external ports. [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ portno bash: portno: command not found [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ man portno man: no entry for portno in the manual. [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ apropos portno

Puffy logo copyright request

2006-08-13 Thread Karel Kulhavy
Who holds the copyright on the Puffy logos on openbsd.org? I would like to replace the Tux logo on the software listing page of Ronja project http://ronja.twibright.com/web.php with a Puffy cut out from some suitable Puffy logo. Can I get a copyright permission for this please? Can I put it there

Re: OpenBSD artwork website wording

2006-08-30 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Mon, Aug 28, 2006 at 02:08:48PM -0600, Theo de Raadt wrote: It is personal use, because it is not corporate... If you want to put it on the OpenBSD artwork webpage, you can download it here: http://ronja.twibright.com/grx/tools/openbsd.png I think it looks much better than the improperly

Printing on both sides

2006-08-30 Thread Karel Kulhavy
Do you know how to tell the /etc/printcap that it should print on both sides of paper with a laserjet postscript printer? I looked into the printcap manpage and there is nothing about sides or duplex. CL

Re: OpenBSD artwork website wording

2006-08-30 Thread Karel Kulhavy
:13 +0200 From: Karel Kulhavy [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Theo de Raadt [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: Twibright Ronja [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: OpenBSD artwork website wording Message-ID: [EMAIL PROTECTED] References: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] Mime-Version: 1.0 Content-Type: text

ambiguities around burning CD

2006-09-05 Thread Karel Kulhavy
I am trying to write a CD and I have atapiscsi0 at pciide0 channel 1 drive 0 scsibus0 at atapiscsi0: 2 targets cd0 at scsibus0 targ 0 lun 0: SAMSUNG, CDRW/DVD SN-324S, U303 SCSI0 5/cdrom removable man cdrecord says: Some operating systems or SCSI transport implementations may require to specify a

qcad and qt3

2006-09-07 Thread Karel Kulhavy
Hello I tried to install qcad2 and I wonder how to actually install that qt3 which is in the requirements. But I can't find anything that would look like generic qt3 in the packages. There are: qt3-examples-3.5.tgz qt3-html-3.5.tgz qt3-mt-3.5p4.tgz qt3-mysql-3.5p1.tgz

OUT, IN on OpenBSD

2006-09-07 Thread Karel Kulhavy
How can I perform OUT and IN on OpenBSD? I have some Linux program that patches BIOS on my notebook so the proper 1400x1050 resolution can be used, and it uses iopl and outl which don't seem to exist in OBSD (man outl, man iopl). I wonder if I could replace these calls by something else. CL

Re: OUT, IN on OpenBSD

2006-09-08 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Fri, Sep 08, 2006 at 07:46:33AM -0700, Ted Unangst wrote: yeah, see ports/x11/855resolution I installed it and now it works just fine. The user support is way better than in Linux - no STFW. CL On 9/8/06, Karel Kulhavy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, Sep 07, 2006 at 02:44:18PM -0700

Re: Gimp segfaults during startup

2006-09-24 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Sun, Sep 10, 2006 at 05:50:32PM +0200, Paul de Weerd wrote: On Sun, Sep 10, 2006 at 05:09:07PM +0200, Karel Kulhavy wrote: | On Sat, Sep 02, 2006 at 11:38:13AM +0200, Karel Kulhavy wrote: | | GIMP 2.2.10 shows the splashscreen with the moving indicator while loading | | modules

qt 3.3 or later

2006-09-25 Thread Karel Kulhavy
Hello I am trying to compile qcad 2.x from sources which says Qt 3.3 or later - which packages should I install? Just qt4-4.1.0p0.tgz? Or some more? qt3-examples-3.5.tgz qt3-html-3.5.tgz qt3-mt-3.5p4.tgz qt3-mysql-3.5p1.tgz qt3-postgresql-3.5p1.tgz

OpenBSD Paypal used against User Agreement?

2006-09-30 Thread Karel Kulhavy
The PayPal service may not be used solely for the purpose of transferring money from one individual to another without an underlying transaction for the sale of goods or services. -- User Agreement for PayPal Service, 2.2 PayPal is only a Payment Service Provider.

Re: OpenBSD Paypal used against User Agreement?

2006-09-30 Thread Karel Kulhavy
On Fri, Sep 29, 2006 at 11:52:11PM -0700, Ted Unangst wrote: On 9/29/06, Karel Kulhavy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The PayPal service may not be used solely for the purpose of transferring money from one individual to another without an underlying transaction for the sale of goods or services

man rcd missing

2006-10-02 Thread Karel Kulhavy
cd (4) talks about /dev/rcd, but if I do man rcd, I get man: no entry for rcd in the manual. I think rcd should symlink to cd. CL

specified device does not match mounted device

2006-10-02 Thread Karel Kulhavy
I tried to mount a CD-ROM twice: [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ mount /dev/cd0c /mnt/cdrom mount_ffs: /dev/cd0c on /mnt/cdrom: specified device does not match mounted device [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ mount /dev/cd0c /mnt/cdrom In first time I got an error message which doesn't make sense - there was only

CDROM mounts always on 2nd attempt

2006-10-03 Thread Karel Kulhavy
When I mount /dev/cd0c I always get this in dmesg: cd0(atapiscsi0:0:0): Check Condition (error 0x70) on opcode 0x0 SENSE KEY: Not Ready ASC/ASCQ: Logical Unit Is in Process Of Becoming Ready And this in application: [EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ mount /mnt/cd mount_cd9660: /dev/cd0c on

dmesg timestamps

2006-10-03 Thread Karel Kulhavy
Is it possible to turn on some kind of timestamps or sequence numbers in dmesg? When I ocassionally get an error message (uncorrectable error on CD), I would like to know if I got one recently or not. Difficult to distinguish 1000 and 1001 messages of this type in dmesg otherwise. CL

24kHz plays slower on 3.9

2006-10-18 Thread Karel Kulhavy
48kHz, 44.1kHz and 8kHz sampling rate wavs play the right speed on my system. 24kHz play annoyingly slower. I took a 44.1kHz song, resampled to 24kHz using sox rate -ql and checked with audacity, if the sox resampling is not wrong. It isn't, the resulting files have both exactly the same length

MPlayer 1.0pre7-3.3.5 from 3.9 shitty 8kHz MP3

2006-10-18 Thread Karel Kulhavy
I encoded an mp3 at 8kHz 24kbit/s with LAME on OpenBSD 3.9. mplayer cannot play it correctly - it bubbles and skips. mpg321 plays it correctly. All programs are original from obsd 3.9, I didn't compile anything. mplayer even says Can't rewind stream by 22 bits! which is a clear sign of corruption

AF_ISO, SOCK_RAW - mysterious phenomena in OpenBSD

2006-10-24 Thread Karel Kulhavy
How do I do this C call taken from a Linux program on OpenBSD? socket(PF_PACKET, SOCK_RAW, htons(0x4254)) man socket on OpenBSD offers AF_ISO (ISO protocols) which sounds like it could be access to individual ISO stack layers including layer 2? However the string ISO is not mentioned anywhere

Setting 10Mbps full duplex

2006-10-24 Thread Karel Kulhavy
I am used from Linux that setting a network card to 10Mbps full duplex for an optical data link was a problem almost insolvable by mankind. Both finding the documentation and performing the magic trick. I am impressed by OpenBSD. ifconfig tells me the type of the card - fxp. man fxp and search

Is apropos on OBSD 3.9 broken?

2006-11-02 Thread Karel Kulhavy
[EMAIL PROTECTED]:~$ apropos libnet Net::Config (3) - Local configuration data for libnet Net::Config (3p) - Local configuration data for libnet libnetFAQ (3) - libnet Frequently Asked Questions

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