Re: Negotiating a license for Sun Java on OpenBSD?

2005-08-08 Thread Kurt Miller
From: Michael W. Lucas [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Sat, Aug 06, 2005 at 01:12:24PM -0700, J.C. Roberts wrote: The FreeBSD guys sold their soul to Sun in a license agreement of some sort in order to use Sun's code as a base for their native implementation. Sorry, not quite. The FreeBSD-native Java

Re: Negotiating a license for Sun Java on OpenBSD?

2005-08-08 Thread Kurt Miller
From: Anon Y. Mous [EMAIL PROTECTED] Hi: Has anyone involved with OpenBSD development attempted to negotiate a license with Sun for a Java binaries usage agreement, (e.g., FreeBSD/Sun agreement)? As stated several times in this thread, the type of license that FreeBSD has with Sun goes

Re: Negotiating a license for Sun Java on OpenBSD?

2005-08-08 Thread Kurt Miller
From: Michael W. Lucas [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Mon, Aug 08, 2005 at 10:05:38AM -0400, Kurt Miller wrote: From: Michael W. Lucas [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Sat, Aug 06, 2005 at 01:12:24PM -0700, J.C. Roberts wrote: The FreeBSD guys sold their soul to Sun in a license agreement of some sort in order

isakmpd can't tear down phase 1 SA (3.8-beta/i386)

2005-09-01 Thread Kurt Miller
I'm not sure if my problem is user/configuration related or if there is a problem with isakmpd... I'd like to only initiate connections using the isakmpd.fifo as needed. When finished with the connection I was planning on tearing it down using the fifo too. When I tear down the phase 2

Re: tomcat-4.1 kaffe; IllegalArgumentException: Attribute must be readable or writable

2007-07-24 Thread Kurt Miller
Try http://www.kaffe.org/ first please. On Tuesday 24 July 2007 6:02:42 am Craig Skinner wrote: I have a bog standard tomcat-4.1 kaffe install on OpenBSD 4.0 i386. dmesg head shows that the box has little memory, JAVA_OPTS tuned to suit. Getting this exception (no search engine hits) as

Re: gdb - firefox debugging

2007-08-07 Thread Kurt Miller
On Tuesday 07 August 2007 1:43:21 am J.C. Roberts wrote: I'm looking for all the needed steps to get firefox debug running in gdb. It's my first attempt at this and I've failed to the correct find the mozilla docs (assuming they exist) or details in the misc@, ports@ or tech@ archives. From

Re: Java problems on 4.1

2007-10-26 Thread Kurt Miller
On Thursday 25 October 2007 2:33:58 am Pawel Veselov wrote: Since some time ago it became impossible to run JVMs on my 4.1 box. I can't seem to figure out what's wrong, probably something easy and stupid... ... 1.5.0-p1 Patchset one (-p1) was circa 3.8. it appears you have not rebuilt the jdk

Re: Eclipse + 3.7

2005-06-07 Thread Kurt Miller
From: Kurt Miller [EMAIL PROTECTED] The error you are having looks like you may have borked a src upgrade to some older -current. In any case, I would do the following to clean up the mess you have now. rm -rf /usr/include/g++ Download and install a snapshot including x*.tgz Upgrade all your

Re: Please help: DHCP over IPSec

2005-07-05 Thread Kurt Miller
From: Bruno S. Delbono [EMAIL PROTECTED] IKE-mode is good but can be buggy with some clients. The best Windows clients for a pure IPSec connection are: a) Safenet (OEM) SoftRemote version 10.x (versions 9.x do not support AES). * Danke Harondel! *. Safenet supports PSK and X509 certs. It has

Re: The tree is broken -- /sbin/ifconfig

2007-06-05 Thread Kurt Miller
On Tuesday 05 June 2007 4:04:50 pm Stephan Andre' wrote: I think today's changes to libc broke ifconfig, which still knows about ipx stuff... fixed now. thx.

Re: vmware tools

2008-02-05 Thread Kurt Miller
On Tuesday 05 February 2008 9:21:51 am Marco Peereboom wrote: I recall seeing a post on a port for native vmware tools on openbsd. I can't find that email to save my life. Does anyone recall it that can send it to me? It's a bit old and crusty but here's one I did for 3.8:

Re: Compile jdk 1.5 on amd64 run out of memory

2008-03-07 Thread Kurt Miller
On Thursday 06 March 2008 11:00:22 pm Dongsheng Song wrote: When I compile jdk 1.5 on amd64 as root, dmesg report: warning: resource shortage: 1 pages of swap lost extent_alloc_subregion: can't allocate region descriptor extent_alloc_subregion: can't allocate region descriptor

Re: Compile jdk 1.5 on amd64 run out of memory

2008-03-08 Thread Kurt Miller
On Saturday 08 March 2008 6:53:08 am Dongsheng Song wrote: Thanks, when I set HOTSPOT_BUILD_JOBS=2, it builds smoothly. Great. BTW, how much swap space did you configure on this system (swapctl -s)? What's PARALLEL_BUILD_JOBS, and their relationship? HOTSPOT_BUILD_JOBS controls how many

Re: Compile jdk 1.5 on amd64 run out of memory

2008-03-10 Thread Kurt Miller
Dongsheng Song wrote: For idle: $ swapctl -s total: 4200966k bytes allocated = 4776k used, 4196190k available When I not set HOTSPOT_BUILD_JOBS, it trap to ddb. Could you restrict the HOTSPOT_BUILD_JOBS not by cores, but also by memory ? Thanks. Yes I am planning on implementing that when

Re: Compile jdk 1.5 on amd64 run out of memory

2008-03-10 Thread Kurt Miller
Dongsheng Song wrote: When I not set HOTSPOT_BUILD_JOBS, it trap to ddb. Please submit a full bug report for this using sendbug(1). See http://www.openbsd.org/faq/faq2.html#Bugs and http://www.openbsd.org/report.html for what information you need to collect for it to be useful. Thanks, -Kurt

Re: Problems with socket created before fork() in multi-threaded application

2008-03-21 Thread Kurt Miller
On Friday 21 March 2008 6:25:59 am Philip Guenther wrote: On Fri, Mar 21, 2008 at 1:44 AM, Tvrvk Edwin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Philip Guenther wrote: On Thu, Mar 20, 2008 at 3:01 PM, Tvrvk Edwin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: ClamAV has changed to call fork() after creating its local

Re: Problems with socket created before fork() in multi-threaded application

2008-03-21 Thread Kurt Miller
On Friday 21 March 2008 10:47:27 am Kurt Miller wrote: On Friday 21 March 2008 6:25:59 am Philip Guenther wrote: On Fri, Mar 21, 2008 at 1:44 AM, Tvrvk Edwin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Philip Guenther wrote: On Thu, Mar 20, 2008 at 3:01 PM, Tvrvk Edwin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote

Re: Netbeans on jdk-5 OpenBSD

2006-03-16 Thread Kurt Miller
Edd Barrett wrote: Hello all, Soon I am required to write some java GUI's using netbeans for my university degree, so I have jumped ahead of the game and downloaded it and got it running on OpenBSD using kurt's port of jdk-5 (many thanks ;) ). However unfortunatley there appears to be some kind

Re: How to find memory leak in library/OS?

2006-03-30 Thread Kurt Miller
On Thursday 30 March 2006 1:25 pm, Claus Assmann wrote: On Thu, Mar 30, 2006, Ted Unangst wrote: particular to pthreads, if you are using mutexes or somesuch on the stack, you will leak memory. (the lock on the stack is just a pointer, it gets allocated on first use). All mutexes are

Re: Using OpenBSD article in 'The Jem Report'

2006-05-01 Thread Kurt Miller
On Sunday 30 April 2006 10:56 pm, Dave Feustel wrote: This is a very well written article for new users of OpenBSD: http://www.softwareinreview.com/cms/content/view/34/1/ One question I have: Is the description in the article of what's required to install Java on OpenBSD correct? The

Re: ipv6 in openbsd 3.9

2006-06-07 Thread Kurt Miller
On Wednesday 07 June 2006 11:11 am, sonjaya wrote: dear all i try using ipv6 in my openbsd 3.9 box, here the step : i using ipv6 from : http://www.hexago.com/index.php?pgID=step1 and download client tunnel http://www.hexago.com/files/tspc-2.1.1-src.tgz and doing $ tar zxfv

Re: ld relocation error R_X86_64_32 from libc.a on amd64 building eclipse

2006-06-23 Thread Kurt Miller
Frederick C. Druseikis wrote: Greetings, In the build sequence below, ld issues a relocation error for libc.a(malloc.o), indicating it [libc.a, as I read it] should be recompiled with -fPIC Googling the key words in the message reveals a few of hits, all with similar advice; but the advice

Re: Firefox/Iceweasel in OpenBSD

2006-10-12 Thread Kurt Miller
On Thursday 12 October 2006 4:57 am, Tobias Ulmer wrote: On Wed, Oct 11, 2006 at 10:19:45PM -0700, Ted Unangst wrote: On 10/11/06, David Sampson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: AFAIK, no, but I was hoping to glean that information from the list... On Wed, 2006-10-11 at 23:31 -0500, Sam Fourman

Re: Firefox/Iceweasel in OpenBSD

2006-10-12 Thread Kurt Miller
On Wednesday 11 October 2006 10:31 pm, David Sampson wrote: Due to the recent flair over the use of the Firefox logo, the GNU camp has decided to fork the entire project, into IceWeasel. The idea here is that they can't use the FF logo freely, so of course they must fork it. I just want to

Re: Firefox/Iceweasel in OpenBSD

2006-10-12 Thread Kurt Miller
On Thursday 12 October 2006 10:13 am, Tobias Ulmer wrote: We are modifying the source code, which is ok with the porting software paragraph in the document above, but contradicts with a private mail from Mike Connor where he writes about patching of app source violates their trademark. Oh

Re: Firefox/Iceweasel in OpenBSD

2006-10-12 Thread Kurt Miller
Henrik Enberg wrote: Date: Thu, 12 Oct 2006 11:11:52 -0400 From: Kurt Miller [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Thursday 12 October 2006 10:13 am, Tobias Ulmer wrote: We are modifying the source code, which is ok with the porting software paragraph in the document above, but contradicts with a private

Re: Trouble compiling JDK 1.5 on recent snapshot

2006-10-23 Thread Kurt Miller
On Monday 23 October 2006 1:55 pm, Greg Thomas wrote: Ok, it was successful this time but Firefox (1.5.0.7) crashes: # cat plugin_stack.trace java.io.IOException: Broken pipe at java.io.FileOutputStream.writeBytes(Native Method) at

Re: java on openbsd 4.0?

2007-01-09 Thread Kurt Miller
On Monday 08 January 2007 8:38 pm, bofh wrote: What am I doing wrong? This is openbsd 4.0 on a DL145, dual opteron. Thanx for any pointers! I've replied to your build problem on the ports@ list, but just to clarify some things said in this thread: Beginning with OpenBSD 4.0 devel/jdk/1.5 no

Re: whats wrong with my iwi still ieee80211: nwid -50dBm

2007-03-19 Thread Kurt Miller
On Monday 19 March 2007 6:51:37 am Jay Jesus Amorin wrote: iwi0: flags=8802BROADCAST,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST mtu 1500 lladdr 00:12:f0:c7:30:a9 media: IEEE802.11 autoselect status: no network ieee80211: nwid my_net nwkey 0x1deadbeef1 -50dBm inet 192.168.1.1

Re: BSD Port from OpenJDK

2008-10-14 Thread Kurt Miller
On Wednesday 08 October 2008 2:21:23 pm Benjamin Adams wrote: Just wondering if this will effect OpenBSD with java: Eventually it will make things easier for BSD Java porting. -Kurt

Re: BSD Port from OpenJDK

2008-10-14 Thread Kurt Miller
On Tuesday 14 October 2008 11:13:41 am new_guy wrote: Ben Adams-3 wrote: Just wondering if this will effect OpenBSD with java: Per the interim governance guidelines for Projects [1] I'm pleased to announce the creation of the BSD Port Project Java is nasty. There... I said it

Need HPPA Machine Donation

2009-07-30 Thread Kurt Miller
I need a decent HPPA for hacking on OpenBSD. It would be great if someone from the community could donate or buy me a J6700 or J6750 (J6750 is better). I live in the greater New York City area. Contact me off-list for details. Thanks, -Kurt

Re: Compile jdk-1_5_0_12 on OpenBSD 4.2

2007-12-07 Thread Kurt Miller
On Friday 07 December 2007 5:15:13 am Dongsheng Song wrote: When I compile jdk from port, after few hours, errors occured: [...] ../../../src/share/native/sun/awt/image/BufImgSurfaceData.c:17: ../../../src/solaris/native/sun/awt/awt.h:20:27: X11/Intrinsic.h: No such file or directory [...]

Following Current / Flag Day

2015-01-26 Thread Kurt Miller
We narrowed the definition of what a static pie binary is in the kernel. This change is a flag day where newer kernels will not recognize older pie binaries making upgrading via source hard. If you are running an older version of -current, upgrade via snapshots prior to building a new kernel from

Re: OpenVPN + OpenBSD6.0 (i386 and Mip64) latency and jitter in Openvpn TCP Bridged mode

2017-02-19 Thread Kurt Miller
> > On Sun, 2017-02-19 at 14:15 +, Tom Smyth wrote: > > > I have tried tcp_nodelay, etc but i get a warning about it not > > > being > > > supported > > > by the kernel at run time  ... I recently patched OpenVPN in -current to add a missing header that prevented OpenVPN from setting