SN: Server Status

2005-08-02 Thread robert
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Re: FYI, 1and1 hosting fun (ip subnet zero)

2006-05-11 Thread Robert
the debian-resycue-system dmesg and lspci output for an 11 L64 server. Perhaps someone can see unsupported hardware i don't. http://openbsd.pap.st/1und1_L64.txt Any advice'd be much apreciated. -Robert

Re: FYI, 1and1 hosting fun (ip subnet zero)

2006-05-11 Thread Robert
to 57000 in the image i try to boot. same settings as the linux kernels they provide. I suspect that it's a hardware problem or bios setting. A yaifo image didn't come up either. On 5/11/06, Robert [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Alexander Farber wrote: h754815:afarber {103} cat /etc/hostname.fxp0

Re: FYI, 1and1 hosting fun (ip subnet zero)

2006-05-11 Thread Robert
Timo Schoeler wrote: thus Alexander Farber spake: Do you see any kernel output at all? I believe one should always see at least the boot prompt - unless the serial speed of the console doesn't match Do you see the boot prompt and have you tried verbose? On 5/11/06, Robert [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: FYI, 1and1 hosting fun (ip subnet zero)

2006-05-11 Thread Robert
Robert wrote: Alexander Farber wrote: Do you see any kernel output at all? I believe one should always see at least the boot prompt - unless the serial speed of the console doesn't match Do you see the boot prompt and have you tried verbose? The machine doesn't come up. No boot prompt

[SOLVED] Re: FYI, 1and1 hosting fun (ip subnet zero)

2006-05-11 Thread Robert
Robert wrote: Alexander Farber wrote: Hello, I probably have a similar setup at strato.de and use Kili's trick: h754815:afarber {103} cat /etc/hostname.fxp0 inet 81.169.186.95 255.255.255.255 NONE !route add 81.169.186.1 -link \$if: -interface See the explanation at http

Re: Remote installation

2006-08-10 Thread Robert
enough consulting capacity on this list. As Joachim pointed out, i have OpenBSD running on an L64 and can also write invoices. ;) If you have more questions plz specify your actual problems. -Robert

Re: VPN(8) pf settings

2006-09-12 Thread Robert
traffic, the packets you wanted to secure with ipsec, have to be filtered on the enc0 interface. Host1: (unencrypted traffic) --- tcp,udp,whatever --- enc0 --- ipsec-magic --- sk0 --- esp --- :Host2 It's a bit early, hope i didn't confuse you too much. -Robert

Re: Problems compiling ACPI enabled kernel

2006-11-25 Thread Robert
viq wrote: /usr/src/sys/dev/acpi/acpimadt.c:131: warning: implicit declaration of Any ideas how to deal with that? -acpimadt* at acpi? -acpiprt* at acpi? +#acpimadt* at acpi? +#acpiprt* at acpi? This is not finished yet. (in-tree development) -Robert

Re: apache and mysql5.022 on openBSD

2006-12-05 Thread Robert
are guessing, the educative part was: Do your homework first! ) -Robert [Sorry list, but perhaps such an explenation will be found easier in the futur by uneducated searches. ;)] If you are still reading, short copy'n'pastable version: sudo mkdir -p /var/www/etc sudo cp /etc/resolv.conf /var/www/etc

Getting the Thinkpad X200 working fully under OpenBSD

2008-09-21 Thread Robert
. Except for the points mentioned above OpenBSD runs flawlessly. With an Express Card msk(4) i can work around any of those. Even without speedstep the 4-cell battery delivers over 2 hours of power. Cheers - Robert [1] dmesg [2] hw.sensors === [1] OpenBSD 4.4-current (GENERIC.MP) #1839: Wed Sep 10 12

Re: Getting the Thinkpad X200 working fully under OpenBSD

2008-09-22 Thread Robert
=== RCS file: /cvs/src/sys/arch/amd64/amd64/est.c,v retrieving revision 1.7 diff -u -r1.7 est.c --- est.c 6 Aug 2008 05:24:44 - 1.7 +++ est.c 22 Sep 2008 17:42:33 - Very nice! This works fine for me too. Thank you very much! - Robert

Re: Getting the Thinkpad X200 working fully under OpenBSD

2008-09-22 Thread Robert
uses the same chipset. Same problems, same fixes. bye - Robert

Re: LDAP and OpenBSD

2008-10-10 Thread Robert
to the build for a reason. Time to visit: http://www.openbsd.org/donations.html - Robert

Re: Random crashes with Intel D945GCLF2

2008-10-10 Thread Robert
... Rev 1.84 of sys/arch/amd64/amd64/machdep.c also fixes the dmesg-output on my Thinkpad X200, a Centrino 2 system. Thx Mark! - Robert

Re: opencvs weird problem 4.3

2008-11-13 Thread Robert
takes several minutes (about 2 hours) without any response, it seems it loops or something similar. Have anyone experienced something similar? google didn't helped me, but also the cvs manual. -Jesus You are doing it wrong. Check out the up command for cvs. - Robert

Re: possibly generic disk copy and restore question

2008-11-21 Thread Robert
. (If you only have a NTFS drive around to store the image, gparted+partimage would be another sollution.) - Robert

Re: possibly generic disk copy and restore question

2008-11-21 Thread Robert
to reply with a novel, a psychology and economics paper. Executiv summary: waste. - Robert

Re: Getting the Thinkpad X200 working fully under OpenBSD

2009-01-02 Thread Robert
Hi, quick follow up for the archives: Everything now works with -current. Thanks all! - Robert [1] A catch to get the X intel(4) working for me: The X200 reports two outputs/monitors that have to be disabled. (This might mess with the dockingstation, but i don't have one of those

Re: Getting the Thinkpad X200 working fully under OpenBSD

2009-01-09 Thread Robert
On Sat, 10 Jan 2009 12:14:59 +1100 Dana impati...@gmail.com wrote: On Sat, Jan 3, 2009 at 5:43 AM, Robert rob...@openbsd.pap.st wrote: Everything now works with -current. Hi, I've never had much luck with the intel driver, even with somewhat recent snapshots. I am using intel(4

Re: Getting the Thinkpad X200 working fully under OpenBSD

2009-01-09 Thread Robert
On Sat, 10 Jan 2009 02:58:12 +0100 Robert rob...@openbsd.pap.st wrote: To check if there are regressions concerning your problem i'm gonna update to the latest snapshot and report back. intel(4) is still working for me with this snapshot. OpenBSD 4.4-current (GENERIC.MP) #2058: Thu Jan 8 15

Re: Sending email in Apache chroot?

2009-01-20 Thread Robert
...@myaddress.com` doesn't work, it says: femail: non-recoverable failure in name resolution I run out of ideas now, what needs to be done? Missing /var/www/etc/resolv.conf ? - Robert

Re: sandisk cruzer usb pen-drives with hotplugd

2009-01-20 Thread Robert
no idea why OpenBSD might get hickups. - Robert (* Windows software, usually not too hard to find one can use for that once of wipe. Also a chance to lecture ppl on turing off autorun.)

Re: howto using openbsd fdisk because my slice not detek from linux?

2009-01-21 Thread Robert
complete but when i try to install linux as secon OS, why this slice not detek by linux fdisk? ftp://ftp.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD/4.4/i386/INSTALL.linux should answer your questions. - Robert

Re: ping: Could only allocate a receive buffer of 8191 bytes (default 65535)

2011-11-07 Thread Robert
Christiano F. Haesbaert haesbaert at openbsd.org writes: He fixed it by increasing kern.maxclusters. Thanks for including the solution, it helped me out!

Re: again on rc.d - squid

2011-11-13 Thread Robert
, Robert

Re: Postscript printer: is poscript support enough to get it running?

2011-12-24 Thread Robert
. But otherwise you don't need any special software. Oh, and don't forget to update your firmware [1]. kind regards, Robert [1] http://www.hp.com/hpinfo/newsroom/press/2011/29b.html

Re: MIDI over USB

2011-12-31 Thread Robert
! kind regards, Robert [1] umidi0 at uhub3 port 1 configuration 1 interface 1 WORLDE WORLDE CONTROLLER rev 1.10/0.00 addr 2 umidi0: (genuine USB-MIDI) umidi0: out=1, in=1 midi0 at umidi0: USB MIDI I/F ugen1 at uhub3 port 1 configuration 1 WORLDE product 0x0201 rev 1.10/0.00 addr 2 [2] addr 1: high

Re: updating netbook bios

2011-06-11 Thread Robert
Hi, you can create a bootable USB stick with FreeDOS: http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/freedos/index.php?title=USB I use it for BIOS updates and it works fine. kind regards, Robert On Fri, 10 Jun 2011 23:23:55 -0700 patrick keshishian pkesh...@gmail.com wrote: On Fri, Jun 10, 2011

Re: who open port

2011-07-24 Thread Robert
On Sun, 24 Jul 2011 20:40:18 +0300 lilit-aibolit lilit-aibo...@mail.ru wrote: simple question: how to see, who or which program open tcp/udp port? fstat | grep internet (there might be other ways...)

Re: kernel panic, how to debug? (generic mp i386)

2009-05-08 Thread Robert
this on OpenBSD. Could somebody shed some light? Thank you. Daniel # man crash - Robert

Re: Out of memory during cvs checkout or update on xenocara

2009-05-09 Thread Robert
On Sat, 9 May 2009 15:46:42 +0200 Toma( Bod8ar tomas.bod...@gmail.com wrote: cvs [server aborted]: out of memory; can not reallocate 5242880 bytes $ during checkout or update of xenocara -current source? Using opencvs instead of cvs got rid of that error for me. - Robert

Re: problems setting up a firewall with nat

2009-05-09 Thread Robert
a pass rule they get blocked? Guessing only goes so far. Tell us what you want to do. Tell us what you tried to get it working. Tell us what is in your relevant configs. Perhaps then someone can tell you what to do. - Robert

Re: can not use USB drive with recent snapshot

2009-05-14 Thread Robert
on the rootfile system selected and tries to find those partitions on the wrong disk? edit the fstab and be happy? - Robert

Re: 4.5-stable - berkwdt unkown device while config GENERIC

2009-06-05 Thread Robert
-current and -stable source. Revisit the FAQ and get yourself a clean -stable source checkout. - Robert

Re: azalia

2009-06-14 Thread Robert
of new messages in mcabber/irssi under xterm. The way it is now works for me, but apparently not for every azalia. Please don't remove beep on all azalia.(If that is what you are asking.) - Robert

Re: azalia

2009-06-14 Thread Robert
after the install. (Still to beep by default is the way to go.) So is there anyone who doesn't have working beep on their system and is missing it a lot? - Robert

Re: cron problem

2009-07-02 Thread Robert
. With ksh you'd want to connect the parts with a single ampersand so they are executed in the background. Just have a look at the manpage for whatever shell you use in that crontab. - Robert

Re: Thinkpad x200 suspend to ram and to disk newby help

2009-07-16 Thread Robert
systems is work in progress. Can't say i miss it on my X200. Booting is fast enough, even from rotating rust. Answer to OPs question: Suspend/resume is not supported/working on the X200 atm. - Robert

Re: pkg_add update problem

2009-07-28 Thread Robert
it might break stuff. Lib bumps happen for a reason: If you dont mind risking your luck link/copy 49 or 47 to 48. This way the available packages will install. (Worked for me a lot of times when i didn't have the lib on another system. Just count me lucky.) - Robert

Re: bind 9.x DoS

2009-07-28 Thread Robert
and slave servers. (Haven't gotten around to the 4.5 case yet, but should apply there, too.) - Robert # cd /usr/src # patch -p0 patch-file-found-below # cd usr.sbin/bind # make -f Makefile.bsd-wrapper # make -f Makefile.bsd-warpper install Index: usr.sbin/bind/bin/named/update.c

Re: bind 9.x DoS

2009-07-28 Thread Robert
(update.c) = f201a39077a0c304f04f81461f70fe8a06a54c87 - Robert

Re: Is Radeon HD 4870 okay?

2009-08-12 Thread Robert
) driver in your OpenBSD installation is not recent enough, then get the new one through git and compile it yourself. Btw, the screen resolution should work (without Xvideo...); I'm currently running a dual screen (2x 1920x1080) on a Radeon 3650. regards, Robert Timo MyyrC$ wrote: Hi

Re: Use memory as disk

2009-08-21 Thread Robert
? (for that there is no real reason, because it wont use ram until one puts actual data in there.) - add the noauto option. - Robert

Re: Multiboot OpenBSD with Vista

2009-08-24 Thread Robert
by the documentation and not having Windows on the first harddrive in the system, isn't that common. If you feel strongly bout it, I am sure nick@ will atleast read the diff for the FAQ addition, if you send it to him. - Robert

Softraid crypto - stable in 4.6?

2009-08-27 Thread Robert
are in place...) regards, Robert [1] http://marc.info/?l=openbsd-miscm=121574753906319w=2

Re: SFTP - Max Users

2009-08-27 Thread Robert
and if you stick to the 'from uid 1000 up' rule, that'd leave you with 64536 possible accounts. - Robert

Re: Softraid crypto - stable in 4.6?

2009-08-27 Thread Robert
Those limitations are ok. You said it isn't a good idea; is there a possibility for data loss or will it just be slow an ugly hack? So what would currently (4.6) be a sane way to have an encrypted disk mirrored? (no hardware raid, except if someone gives me the hardware for free...) *

Re: SFTP - Max Users

2009-08-27 Thread Robert
On Thu, 27 Aug 2009 16:43:34 -0400 Brynet bry...@gmail.com wrote: Robert wrote: Number of local user accounts is liminted by the available user id's. Since that's a 16 bit limit and if you stick to the 'from uid 1000 up' rule, that'd leave you with 64536 possible accounts. Hi, Thats

Re: Kernel msg creating a ISO file from CD-ROM

2009-09-06 Thread Robert
On Mon, 07 Sep 2009 04:07:35 +0200 Jesus Sanchez zexe...@gmail.com wrote: Josh Grosse escribis: On Mon, Sep 07, 2009 at 02:45:33AM +0200, Jesus Sanchez wrote: on 4.5 stable. I'm using a CD drive with no problem until I need to create an ISO file from a data CD-ROM for what I use

Slow file transfers - How can i get more info on an inode?

2009-09-09 Thread Robert
performance. How can I check which blocks a file occupies? Is there some tool i am missing to get the info from the inode? Thanks - Robert

Re: Slow file transfers - How can i get more info on an inode?

2009-09-11 Thread Robert
On Fri, 11 Sep 2009 12:22:03 +0200 Joachim Schipper joac...@joachimschipper.nl wrote: On Wed, Sep 09, 2009 at 09:41:05PM +0200, Robert wrote: Hi, I'm investigating slow file transfer speeds between two SATA disks connected to an Intel ICH10R (ahci). Some files copy at a good speed

Re: 0~ and beep on switch from console to X.

2009-09-11 Thread Robert
Strg+Alt+F5 for me to get back into X!?!) If web browser window currently active there is in X, then he will open history toolbar. Still nothing on my install ... Want to supply more information?? - Robert

Re: Recommanded way to set up a mail server

2009-09-13 Thread Robert
config option does is paramount. (The default configs installed by the packages only need little edditing to get up basic functionallity.) Cheers - Robert

Re: adduser vs useradd (rmuser vs userdel)

2009-09-13 Thread Robert
is what i use in my scripts with lots of options i only have to look up once to have them right in that case. Should one of them removed? No?! They serve different usage scenarios. - Robert

Re: Defending OpenBSD Performance

2009-09-14 Thread Robert
there, everyone is benchmarking 24/7 :] -f In the end it boils down to measuring the different OS on the hardware you will use for the task they should fullfill, nothing else matters in the end. - Robert

Re: OT: Laptop advice. SSD costs.

2009-09-17 Thread Robert
that the adapter and the drive won't fit the bay of the x40. - Robert

Re: OT: Laptop advice. SSD costs.

2009-09-17 Thread Robert
On Thu, 17 Sep 2009 11:13:51 -0700 Bryan bra...@gmail.com wrote: On Thu, Sep 17, 2009 at 10:57, Claudio Jeker cje...@diehard.n-r-g.com wrote: On Thu, Sep 17, 2009 at 05:21:17PM +0200, Henning Brauer wrote: * Robert rob...@openbsd.pap.st [2009-09-17 16:34]: On Thu, 17 Sep 2009 11:16:58

Re: OpenBSD on first gen Asus eeePCs

2009-09-17 Thread Robert
if it works reliable yet. Apart from the hardware compatibility I would also look at the keyboard size - some (a lot?) of the netbooks have very small keys and it's really a hassle to type on them. Robert (ignore the Belkin devices; they're from my KVM) OpenBSD 4.5 (GENERIC.MP) #108: Sat

Re: OpenBSD on first gen Asus eeePCs

2009-09-17 Thread Robert
a netbook today, a Sony Vaio PCG-U101... It runs OpenBSD and does its delegated job just fine. Atleast the screen is 4:3, but so is the keyboard... - Robert

(OT / xorg): How to use 2 USB keyboard devices at the same time, but with different key mappings?

2009-09-18 Thread Robert
figure out how to configure them separately - xmodmap has no parameter for this and always changes the whole keyboard. Any ideas? regards, Robert xorg.conf: Section Files FontPath /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/misc/ FontPath /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/75dpi/:unscaled FontPath /usr

Re: Filtering scp ssh and sftp

2009-09-28 Thread Robert
server by Match rules in sshd_config by using the VPN IP space as identifier? - Robert

Re: OpenBSD as MX server

2009-10-01 Thread Robert
problem. because this production server and log all email to trace and trace i must make sure everything good enough before replace it. So why don't you just replicate your setup on the OpenBSD box?!? - Robert

Re: automating 'fsck -y' after a power failure

2009-10-02 Thread Robert
the contrary but... So, question is: Can you *really* dump a borked fs? Think 'dd', to have a second chance at messing up the data, or work from the image to restore files. (See what i did there? ;) -Robert

Re: audio found but no mixerctl channels?

2009-10-12 Thread Robert
On Mon, 12 Oct 2009 11:21:07 +0200 Tobias Sarnowski sarnow...@new-thoughts.org wrote: Hello misc, since I installed 4.6-current a short while ago my sound vanished. It worked since several obsd versions without problems but now the hardware seems to be not supported anymore. I searched

Re: bittorrent release distribution

2009-10-18 Thread Robert
On Sun, 18 Oct 2009 22:42:38 -0400 William Graeber william.grae...@furman.edu wrote: Forgive me if this has been discussed before, but has anyone considered posting official torrents of the release files on the site? I'm not suggesting that it is integrated into the installer or that an iso

Re: Thinkpad x200 suspend to ram and to disk newby help

2009-10-24 Thread Robert
Theo and some other dev are using 40-series Thinkpads which use APM, so they have working suspend. If i missed the crucial acpi-suspend-works commit, i'd be glad to be corrected. - Robert

Re: Thinkpad x200 suspend to ram and to disk newby help

2009-10-24 Thread Robert
On Sun, 25 Oct 2009 00:44:46 +0800 (CST) shweg...@gmail.com wrote: On Sat, 24 Oct 2009, Robert wrote: The X200 uses ACPI. ACPI suspend is still work in progress afaik. Last thing i read about it is that suspend kind of works in some cases, but the resume part doesn't... The X30

Re: email/Postfix

2009-10-24 Thread Robert
postfix was the favorite of the vocal majority. - Robert

Re: decreasing the size of the distribution

2009-10-25 Thread Robert
didn't touch your question how to find those files. Yes, i don't know why you would have to slim down, because you didn't write why you would have to do that. - Robert

Re: smtpd rejecting users

2009-10-26 Thread Robert
to me that SMTPD is not resolving the usernames. regards, Robert ddp wrote: I'm feeling stupid at the moment, and I'm sure someone will show my why shortly. This is using the latest source in cvs for smtpd (updated today). I've setup smtpd by the man page, and configured the following config

Re: smtpd rejecting users

2009-10-26 Thread Robert
--n9QM0pDF021630.1256594452/pcc.abc.test-- --n9QM0pDG021630.1256594469/pcc.abc.test-- Gilles Chehade wrote: On Mon, Oct 26, 2009 at 10:17:30PM +0100, Robert wrote: I don't have an answer to this, but I would like to add that I have the same problem with aliases (no vmap in use): If i have

Re: smtpd rejecting users

2009-10-27 Thread Robert
;) just a typo in my post; for the test I started it with -dv (smtpd would complain otherwise at startup) Gilles Chehade wrote: you need to start smtpd with -dv not -bv to enable debug logging :-) Gilles On Mon, Oct 26, 2009 at 11:13:29PM +0100, Robert wrote: Setup: Running as user1 I sent

Re: smtpd rejecting users

2009-10-27 Thread Robert
No, plain -release amd64 from the CD: OpenBSD pcc.abc.test 4.6 GENERIC.MP#81 amd64 I have another PC for testing and I will install -current on it to rule out any side effects that might have occured on this (pcc) machine (will take some time; it's a VIA C3...). Robert Gilles Chehade wrote

Re: smtpd rejecting users

2009-10-27 Thread Robert
`newaliases`) Gilles Robert a C)crit : No, plain -release amd64 from the CD: OpenBSD pcc.abc.test 4.6 GENERIC.MP#81 amd64 I have another PC for testing and I will install -current on it to rule out any side effects that might have occured on this (pcc) machine (will take some time; it's a VIA

Re: smtpd rejecting users

2009-10-27 Thread Robert
That was exactly the problem; it works now. Since I use -release I only looked at those man pages and there this is not mentioned. (http://www.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/man.cgi?query=smtpdapropos=0sektion=0manpath=OpenBSD+4.6arch=i386format=html) Thanks again for the quick help! regards, Robert

Re: Secure way to delete data in hard disc

2009-10-27 Thread Robert
). regards, Robert Vijay Sankar wrote: Jordi Espasa Clofent wrote: Hi all, The subject is auto-descriptive ;) After reading a while about wiping [1] I think there's not a unique way to do it. Finally I've chosen a simple double-step method: First, $ dd if=/dev/urandom of=disk_to_delete and next

Re: 200g harddisk after newfs = Available 174g?

2009-10-28 Thread Robert
. Note that if the value is raised above the current usage level, users will be unable to allocate files until enough files have been deleted to get under the higher threshold. - Robert

Re: Encrypting /home on OpenBSD Laptops

2009-10-31 Thread Robert
). regards, Robert Joachim Schipper wrote: On Fri, Oct 30, 2009 at 07:57:08PM -0400, Brad Tilley wrote: I wrote some notes on how I normally encrypt /home on OpenBSD laptops. I was hoping misc could read it and bash it around some. I'd like to know if I'm doing something wrong. No jokes about Beck's ass

Re: Where are ports changes for -stable?

2009-11-02 Thread Robert
changed file, so you don't have to manually dive into the tree. - Robert

Re: kern.bufcachepercent

2009-11-03 Thread Robert
of the release. Am I missing something? Do I have to recompile? Or this is just a bug? Thanks in advance, Luis Wasn't this backed out for the 4.6 freeze? Too lazy to check the commit messages, so i might be mistaken. Works fine on -current though. - Robert

Re: Installing OpenBSD on SSD drives

2009-11-04 Thread Robert
topic, there is nothing special about SSD's that should keep them from working like any other (guessing) SATA device. (It doesn't work! Isn't anywhere near a cry for help that warrants an answer...) - Robert

Re: Installing OpenBSD on SSD drives

2009-11-05 Thread Robert
errors are not printed to the screen? The SSD also inhibits printing of the dmesg? Sorry if i am mistaken and you don't want your issue resolved, but only rant. In that case you can disregard this mail. - Robert

Re: Installing OpenBSD on SSD drives

2009-11-05 Thread Robert
was trying to make - that leaving part of your disk unpartitioned doesn't really help - stands, no? Joachim It makes no difference if the free space is kept free by not partioning it or simply not using all of the partitioned space. - Robert

Re: SHA256 check for snapshots fails

2009-11-07 Thread Robert
, things are like the .iso file is OK, but some files inside it are FAILED. How that can be ? Is is ok to check the SHA256 for snapshots anymore? Thanks base and x may be built at different times. if that happens you might get the failure on the x* checksums. just the way it is atm. - Robert

Re: softraid crypto performance

2009-11-11 Thread Robert
Warning, long post... This whole performance discussion made me curious, and since I had 2 identical SATA disks available I made some tests with softraid and crypto (dmesg at the end). summary (MB/sec): write readlayout 80 80 single disk / raw 68 80 single disk / file

Re: softraid crypto performance

2009-11-11 Thread Robert
some things, maybe someone else might find this useful. Or add some hints on how to improve. Again, any advice is very welcome. regards, Robert Marco Peereboom wrote: You defeated read ahead with your RAID test and found out that kernel crypto is slow. Oh and you tested softdep pretty well

Re: Encrypting /home on OpenBSD Laptops

2009-11-13 Thread Robert
...) linux + luks. E.g. certificates are normally stored in /etc and in most encryption-cases you would surely like to protect them, too. greetings, Elias You also don't seem interested enough to include the necessary code. :) Pretty sure it's on someones todo-list. - Robert

Re: OpenBSD blog software

2009-11-18 Thread Robert
On Wed, 18 Nov 2009 20:04:01 +0100 Gilles Chehade gil...@poolp.org wrote: Bret S. Lambert wrote: On Wed, Nov 18, 2009 at 12:00:21PM -0600, Marco Peereboom wrote: now a wiki And before you know, it, a social networking site. I want you to be my friend on Dixonspace!!!

Re: php5-core package install problems

2009-11-18 Thread Robert
installed that you want to replace? -r/replace doesn't make much sense if you want to install a package. are you updating your packages after an upgrade to 4.6? if so, give -F update,updatedepends a try and let pkg_add do it's -u magic. - Robert

Re: Questions about chrooted apache and exec() in php

2009-11-18 Thread Robert
/bin/sh: No such file or directory - Robert

Re: Questions about chrooted apache and exec() in php

2009-11-18 Thread Robert
On Wed, 18 Nov 2009 22:44:51 +0100 Robert rob...@openbsd.pap.st wrote: # kdump ktrace.out kdump -f ...

Re: Odd name lookup behavior

2009-11-18 Thread Robert
(10.209.142.151) [1000 ports] Is nmap not using the resolver libraries? Your dns at 127.0.0.1 does not resolve 151.142.209.10.in-addr.arpa? 127.0.0.1:53 allows recursiv querys so it looks elsewhere and serves the real hostname? - Robert

Re: Spanish language resources for OpenBSD

2009-11-19 Thread Robert
if we have more constructiv threads on m...@. http://www.openbsd.org/translation.html http://www.openbsd.org/translation-explained.html Have fun! :) - Robert

Re: Problem with Broadcom Ethernet in IBM Server under 4.6

2009-11-24 Thread Robert
again. - Robert

Re: bgplg failed only from web not from CLI

2009-11-28 Thread Robert
to execute it by invoking /bin/bgplgsh because of the changed root. ;) # man chroot # sudo chroot -u www -g www /var/www /bin/bgplgsh Lots of patience to spare around here, if everyone chims in from time to time. - Robert

Re: bgplg failed only from web not from CLI

2009-11-29 Thread Robert
On Sun, 29 Nov 2009 11:50:30 +0700 ~Lst slack...@gmail.com wrote: On Sun, Nov 29, 2009 at 6:57 AM, Robert rob...@openbsd.pap.st wrote: *chuckle* If you were running bgplgsh in a chroot from the cmdline you would have to execute it by invoking /bin/bgplgsh because of the changed root

Re: bgplg failed only from web not from CLI

2009-11-29 Thread Robert
as required. He has. Apart from that, one should invoke the damn command with the correct path, which in this case is just /bin/. :) - Robert

Re: How to redirect output from /etc/rc.shutdown

2009-12-01 Thread Robert
to reliably redirect output. What am I missing? Thanks Override the command with a shell alias that does the magic you want to have. - Robert

Re: iSCSI boot on OpenBSD

2009-12-01 Thread Robert
On Tue, 01 Dec 2009 19:30:27 +0100 carlopmart carlopm...@gmail.com wrote: Hi all, I am trying to find some info to boot an openbsd from a SAN (iSCSI). Is it possible with the latest openbsd release? Thanks. No. - Robert

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