recommendations for an ethernet card?

2014-09-16 Thread doug
Hello, I'd like to know some recommendations for a well supported gigabit ethernet card for openbsd 5.5 amd64 a single port to use a PCI-E 2.0 x 1 slot preferably quite compact, impacting very little on airflow within the case. - douglas

Re: OpenBSD insecurity rumors from isopenbsdsecu.re

2020-05-12 Thread doug
Original Message Subject: Re: OpenBSD insecurity rumors from isopenbsdsecu.re From: i...@aulix.com Date: Mon, May 11, 2020 9:18 pm To: Philip Guenther Cc: OpenBSD misc It is IMHO rather not a matter of trusting your questions, but not my willingness to answer them right now,

RS-232, controlling the RTS pin

2005-12-03 Thread Doug Carter
the RTS line time to settle sleep(2); } void Receive() // set LINX RTS line low to unkey transmitter { ioctl(SIO_fd, TIOCMGET, UART_status); UART_status = ~TIOCM_RTS; ioctl(SIO_fd, TIOCMSET, UART_status); } -- Doug Carter

Re: bcw(4) is gone

2007-04-10 Thread Doug Brewer
Reyk Floeter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tue, Apr 10, 2007 at 12:19:29PM +0200, frantisek holop wrote: if someone is still reading the thread... lalalala Is it funny? Fuck off!!! lalalala

Does OpenBSD support Samsung s3c2410 cpu?

2006-05-11 Thread Doug Brewer
Hello, I have one smdk2410 eval board. That board include Samsung S3C2410 arm920t cpu. Since OpenBSD supports arm architecture, don't know OpenBSD supports that board or not. If not, anyone considers porting OpenBSD to smdk2410? Thanks. Warm regards, Doug.

Re: xmms does not run smoothly

2006-05-18 Thread Doug Clements
Check this: http://www.geocities.com/phileosophos/tech/pcilatency.html --Doug On 5/18/06, Emmanuel Jarri [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It was/is the case for me too ! :-( The workaround I use is to increase buffer size to its maximum, i.e. 13MB, with 50% to upper pre buffer. It works quite

Re: xmms does not run smoothly

2006-05-18 Thread Doug Clements
My mistake. He appeared to be complaining about stuttering during other activities, only including reading id-3 tags as an example. --Doug On 5/18/06, Ted Unangst [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 5/18/06, Doug Clements [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Check this: http://www.geocities.com/phileosophos

hw.sensors, Dell 1850

2006-05-29 Thread Doug Carter
I'm running OpenBSD 3.9 on a Dell 1850. A fine list of hardware sensors and their current readings is given by sysctl -a; does anyone have a cross reference from this list to the actual hardware components in the Dell 1850?

AuthDBM catch 22?

2006-06-05 Thread Doug Carter
? Thanks, -- Doug Carter

/bsd asking for nonexistent nfs server?

2006-09-11 Thread Doug Carter
processes and restarting Dovecot; all appears OK now... Also, I notice that I can issue a sudo find / -name anything and it will hang in state 'nfsrcv' Any suggestion? Doug Carter ---dmesg OpenBSD 3.9 (GENERIC) #617: Thu Mar 2 02:26:48 MST 2006 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/src/sys/arch

Re: /bsd asking for nonexistent nfs server?

2006-09-13 Thread Doug Carter
On Sep 12, 2006, at 3:49 AM, Joachim Schipper wrote: On Mon, Sep 11, 2006 at 06:08:22PM -0500, Doug Carter wrote: I really doubt that this is a system problem; I just can't figure out what stupid thing I have done. Using: OpenBSD 3.9 (GENERIC) #617: Thu Mar 2 02:26:48 MST 2006 on a Dell 1850

Re: /bsd asking for nonexistent nfs server?

2006-09-14 Thread Doug Carter
On Sep 14, 2006, at 3:57 AM, Stuart Henderson wrote: One entry every day: Sep 10 02:16:58 tma0 /bsd: nfs server amd:16867: not responding As far as I know I don't have NFS running... amd(8): amd operates by attaching itself as an NFS server to each of the specified directories. mount(8)

privoxy

2006-09-24 Thread Doug Carter
on OpenBSD 3.9? -- Doug Carter

Re: BSD laptop

2006-11-15 Thread Doug Fordham
OBSD, Kubuntu, and XP on a ThinkPad T41 On 11/15/06, David Chapman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Does anyone have any thoughts or experience with Lenovo or ThinkPad laptops? Thanks, -- David Chapman| tar is not a plaything [EMAIL PROTECTED] | [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Blosxom (cgi/perl)

2008-06-03 Thread Doug Milam
Thanks! That makes sense, although I'm not familiar with creating dev and null -- for what exactly? Jean Raby [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tue, Jun 3, 2008 at 5:30 PM, Doug Milam wrote: Wondering if anyone has had any luck running the Perl blog Blosxom on their OpenBSD web server. I realize

ln: /obsd: Operation not permitted

2008-08-24 Thread Doug Milam
The following error occurs after the command cd /usr/src/sys/arch/i386/compile/GENERIC; make clean make depend make ln /bsd /obsd ln: /obsd: Operation not permitted *** Error code 1 Ideas/suggestions welcome, thanks.

Re: ln: /obsd: Operation not permitted

2008-08-25 Thread Doug Milam
not permitted To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: Misc OpenBSD misc@openbsd.org Date: Sunday, August 24, 2008, 10:36 PM On Sun, Aug 24, 2008 at 10:26 PM, Doug Milam [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The following error occurs after the command cd /usr/src/sys/arch/i386/compile/GENERIC; make clean make depend make

Stop in line 888 of Makefile

2008-09-04 Thread Doug Milam
ln: /obsd: Operation not permitted *** Error code 1 Stop in /usr/src/sys/arch/i386/compile/GENERIC (line 888 of Makefile). --running as root

Re: Stop in line 888 of Makefile

2008-09-04 Thread Doug Milam
I have not set an immutable flag, but the current flag is schg for /bsd On Thu, Sep 04, 2008 at 08:01:35AM -0700, Doug Milam wrote: ln: /obsd: Operation not permitted *** Error code 1 Stop in /usr/src/sys/arch/i386/compile/GENERIC (line 888 of Makefile). --running as root Have you

Re: Stop in line 888 of Makefile

2008-09-04 Thread Doug Milam
It does not, no Doug Milam wrote: ln: /obsd: Operation not permitted *** Error code 1 Stop in /usr/src/sys/arch/i386/compile/GENERIC (line 888 of Makefile). --running as root Does make install work when run outside of your script? Tom

Re: Stop in line 888 of Makefile

2008-09-06 Thread Doug Milam
ln /bsd /obsd worked after changing to noschg and rebuilding under securelevel -1. * * The most dangerous man, to any government, is the man who is able to think things out for himself, without regard to the prevailing superstitions and taboos. --Mencken --- On Thu, 9/4/08, Doug Milam

Stop in line 73 of Makefile

2008-09-07 Thread Doug Milam
Performing 'make build' as root...there is no 'schg' flag on /bin/chgrp === bin/chmod install -c -s -o root -g bin -m 555 chmod /bin/chmod strip: Bad address (cd /usr/sbin; ln -sf ../../sbin/chown .; ln -sf ../../bin/chgrp .) (cd /usr/bin; ln -sf ../../bin/chmod chflags) install -c -o root -g

Re: Stop in line 73 of Makefile

2008-09-07 Thread Doug Milam
7, 2008, 12:32 PM On Sun, Sep 7, 2008 at 9:18 AM, Doug Milam [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Performing 'make build' as root...there is no 'schg' flag on /bin/chgrp === bin/chmod install -c -s -o root -g bin -m 555 chmod /bin/chmod strip: Bad address Umm, that's not an expected error from 'strip

Re: Stop in line 73 of Makefile

2008-09-08 Thread Doug Milam
, Marc Espie [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: From: Marc Espie [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: Stop in line 73 of Makefile To: Doug Milam [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: Philip Guenther [EMAIL PROTECTED], Misc OpenBSD misc@openbsd.org Date: Monday, September 8, 2008, 7:42 AM On Sun, Sep 07, 2008 at 08:52:54PM -0700

Re: Email server and large Emails.

2007-02-21 Thread Doug Clements
do a similar bypass, but I would choose something a little larger, say, 10Mb. --Doug

NSA Resources For Rapid Targeting and Routing Analysis

2008-09-19 Thread Doug Milam
Coincidence? Subject: NSA Resources For Rapid Targeting and Routing Analysis Date: Sat, 2 Jun 2007 08:53:31 +0200 (CEST) In order to send ICMP or TCP packets (or spoofed UDP packets), pinging for rapid acquisition and analysis of a target IP's packet traffic routing data at the Internet

Re: NSA Resources For Rapid Targeting and Routing Analysis

2008-09-19 Thread Doug Milam
On Fri, Sep 19, 2008 at 10:12 AM, Ted Unangst [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Fri, Sep 19, 2008 at 12:38 PM, Doug Milam [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Subject: NSA Resources For Rapid Targeting and Routing Analysis Date: Sat, 2 Jun 2007 08:53:31 +0200 (CEST) In order to send ICMP or TCP packets

Re: Perpetually Current

2008-11-02 Thread Doug Milam
I'm also fairly new to OpenBSD. As I understand from this thread, having installed -current (4.4) from a snapshot CD, the easiest way to keep -current is to burn a subsequent snapshot to a CD and follow the upgrade process from there?

Re: Perpetually Current

2008-11-02 Thread Doug Milam
Thanks; that's straightforward and refreshingly more direct than I thought. A hallmark of OpenBSD! * * http://milam.homeunix.net --- On Sun, 11/2/08, Tobias Ulmer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: From: Tobias Ulmer [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: Perpetually Current To: Doug Milam [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc

SSL error

2008-11-05 Thread Doug Milam
connections to port 443, and the IfDefine segment of my httpd.conf is enabled to listen on this port. -DSSL is enabled in rc.conf.local Ideas? I'm out. Thanks, Doug * * http://milam.homeunix.net

Turning off sendmail

2008-11-14 Thread Doug Milam
To cut down on services I don't use, I'd like to disable sendmail, unless this is unwise. If so, I'd like to know why. Thanks.

Re: Turning off sendmail

2008-11-15 Thread Doug Milam
PROTECTED] Subject: Re: Turning off sendmail To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Friday, November 14, 2008, 9:55 AM it's unwise because you won't get the daily security mails. it's unnecessary because it only listens on localhost. On Fri, Nov 14, 2008 at 8:31 AM, Doug Milam [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote

C question

2011-11-09 Thread Doug Brewer
Hello, I have the following lines in C: struct foo *bar[10]; If I want to clear out that structure, should I use memset(bar, 0, sizeof(bar)); or memset(bar, 0, sizeof(*bar)); Thank you.

ifconfig.8 manpage

2012-03-12 Thread Doug Fordham
List, While assisting a colleague in configuring the wireless interfaces on some OBSD testbed laptops...referencing the IFCONFIG(8) manpage, within the 'nwkey' subsection regarding configuration of the WEP key, it states The length of each key must be either 40 bits, i.e. a 5-character

dhcpd and net.inet.ip.mforwarding / multipath

2009-09-14 Thread Doug Milam
.? Thanks, Doug

Re: dhcpd and net.inet.ip.mforwarding / multipath

2009-09-15 Thread Doug Milam
To: Doug Milam doug_mi...@yahoo.com Cc: Misc OpenBSD misc@openbsd.org Date: Tuesday, September 15, 2009, 2:07 AM mforwarding is for multicast forwarding and multipath is to enable multiple paths for the same destination network segment. On Mon, Sep 14, 2009 at 5:08 PM, Doug Milam doug_mi

startx fails as non-root user

2009-09-25 Thread Doug Milam
I'm sorry I cannot reproduce the output here, but when I startx as a non-root user on my 4.5/amd64/bsd.mp box (not -stable, but the stock install), several errors are displayed (in paraphrase): 1. X is already running on the console -- though I have just logged in after a reboot. 2. Can't

Re: startx fails as non-root user

2009-09-25 Thread Doug Milam
Thanks; I'll work with that. Incidentally, my use of mfs for /tmp was so that ports would compile faster... perhaps I should stick to packages! --- On Fri, 9/25/09, Bob Beck b...@ualberta.ca wrote: From: Bob Beck b...@ualberta.ca Subject: Re: startx fails as non-root user To: Doug Milam

Security via the NSA?

2009-11-21 Thread Doug Milam
Will OpenBSD be the next to be 'helped'? http://www.npr.org/blogs/thetwo-way/2009/11/nsa_microsoft_windows_7.html

Re: Security via the NSA?

2009-11-24 Thread Doug Milam
--Good luck verifying the mathematics yourself, though. No small statement, that On Sat, Nov 21, 2009 at 05:42:48PM -0500, Samuel Baldwin wrote: 2009/11/21 AG computing.acco...@googlemail.com: Depends on whether one trusts the NSA or not. That's the nice thing about open source software;

XSS Verizon router exploit

2010-01-15 Thread Doug Milam
This article, http://is.gd/6k4q7, reminded me why I use OpenBSD for my router, however weak the exploit may be. It also reminds me to make a donation, which I'll be doing now. I encourage everyone to keep supporting OpenBSD however they can!

Google, automation, and lack of security

2010-02-08 Thread Doug Milam
Not directly about OpenBSD, but worth reading: http://blogs.techrepublic.com.com/security/?p=3007

[no subject]

2010-03-20 Thread Doug Milam
--- http://reedandink.com

Bridge frame reassembly over gif/ipsec

2010-11-07 Thread Doug Clements
in 1500 bytes of IP payload with an added MPLS label and transport this inside a gif/ipsec tunnel over the internet (with a wan-link MTU of 1500). --Doug

Re: Bridge frame reassembly over gif/ipsec

2010-11-08 Thread Doug Clements
not build anything on top of that feature. I don't understand the utility of vether(4). Would that be used to bridge a non-ethernet layer2 like ATM or PPP? I would expect not to have to use vether for a regular old ethernet network, and use just bridge+gif/ipsec. --Doug

AES-NI and GCM performance

2010-11-10 Thread Doug Clements
processors? Google searches are coming up with nothing. There are a few obvious linux-specific enhancements there, but I'm hoping the OpenBSD support comes close to the single-thread performance. Line-rate GigE at 500 byte packets would be pretty pleasing by itself. --Doug

OpenBSD in Rock Band 3

2010-12-06 Thread Doug Clements
, MD5, and RSA. I'm guessing these were probably for making sure online play integrity is assured, but I'm curious of those as well. --Doug

Re: OpenBSD in Rock Band 3

2010-12-07 Thread Doug Clements
http://www.freeimagehosting.net/image.php?2b516d12eb.jpg - Nvidia Not much info there, so it's hard for me to speculate. --Doug

Re: OpenBSD in Rock Band 3

2010-12-08 Thread Doug Clements
Doubtful, but with the magic of over-the-air updates these days, it should be a simple patch given sufficient motivation on their part. --Doug On Wed, Dec 8, 2010 at 10:38 AM, Jeremy Chase jeremych...@gmail.com wrote: I'm sure they'll recall all the CD's and reprint them.

Re: OpenBSD on VMware

2007-11-26 Thread Doug Fordham
Lurk Off: On Nov 26, 2007 2:41 AM, Xavier Mertens [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ok, the only fix that explains my issue is this one: This release fixes a problem that resulted from a conflict between Linux guest operating systems with kernel version 2.6.21 and RTC-related processes on the host.

Passive ftp problem: 425 error

2007-11-29 Thread Doug Milam
Greetings, I'm having trouble getting FTP to work in passive mode. (I've set the machine up as an FTP server). I can connect in active mode, with a PORT connection, but I'm seeing a 425 error (can't open passive connection; can't assign requested address) for passive attempts. The FTP server

pf: antispoofing and LANs

2007-12-04 Thread Doug Milam
Hello, From reading the documentation, I couldn't quite tell where the antispoofing rule should fall in a pf ruleset. Is this syntax correct? I thought I'd be able to access another LAN machine freely via ssh (I've already tested that ssh does work without a firewall), but I

Re: Real men don't attack straw men

2007-12-10 Thread Doug Fordham
On Dec 10, 2007 12:55 PM, Jacob Yocom-Piatt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Marco Peereboom wrote: On Mon, Dec 10, 2007 at 10:18:47AM -0500, Richard Stallman wrote: Speaking of strawman arguments; this is such an insult to ones intelligence. You are basically saying: you are retarded if you

Re: Real men don't attack straw men

2007-12-10 Thread Doug Fordham
On Dec 10, 2007 3:31 PM, Jacob Yocom-Piatt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Doug Fordham wrote: On Dec 10, 2007 12:55 PM, Jacob Yocom-Piatt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Marco Peereboom wrote: On Mon, Dec 10, 2007 at 10:18:47AM -0500, Richard Stallman wrote: Speaking of strawman arguments

Great OS, thanks

2008-01-06 Thread Doug Milam
now. I'm very glad also that ftpd works so well and is secure as any ftp daemon can be. It's great not to rely on third-party tools here. The OS does what I want while remaining clean and uncluttered. Keep up the good work! Regards, Doug Milam - Looking

Re: ifconfig.8 manpage

2012-03-18 Thread Doug Fordham
On Sun, Mar 18, 2012 at 11:39:55PM +0001, Jason McIntyre wrote: On Mon, Mar 12, 2012 at 04:31:03PM -0400, Doug Fordham wrote: List, While assisting a colleague in configuring the wireless interfaces on some OBSD testbed laptops...referencing the IFCONFIG(8) manpage, within

Re: Running OpenBSD on Raspberry Pi

2012-12-31 Thread Doug Brewer
, try install FreeBSD. Last time I checked, it worked pretty well for me. BR, Doug.

Re: Running OpenBSD on Raspberry Pi

2013-01-16 Thread Doug Brewer
Ethernet. So, if 200$ don't sound too much, that might be an alternative. So, where is your diff? \Patrick http://boundarydevices.com/products/sabre-lite-imx6-sbc/ http://boundarydevices.com/products/nitrogen6x-board-imx6-arm-cortex-a9-sbc/ Regards, Doug.

Re: Dell PE R210 won't boot from install54.iso CD

2014-04-22 Thread Doug Clements
://www.dell.com/downloads/global/products/pedge/en/poweredge-r210-ii-technical-guide.pdf --Doug

Re: Zenocara Intel Crestline Graphics

2014-10-12 Thread Doug Hogan
On Sat, Oct 11, 2014 at 02:13:05PM -0700, Raymond Lillard wrote: I have the opportunity to purchase a Dell laptop with Intel Crestline Graphics hardware. Crestline appears to be marketing speak for: intel GM965/GMA X3100 Can someone advice me as to the likelihood of using the h/w or will

Re: OpenBSD -current AHCI on HP Probook 450 G0

2014-12-21 Thread Doug Hogan
On Sun, Dec 21, 2014 at 10:05:22AM +, ali wrote: Atanas Vladimirov vlado at bsdbg.net writes: This is the first time when I try to install OpenBSD on a such hardware. I used bsd.rd to install it on a usb flash drive. After reboot I choose to boot from the usb drive. Bootloader can't

Re: Update OpenBSD Remotely

2015-05-18 Thread Doug Hogan
On Sun, May 17, 2015 at 11:52:19PM +0100, Raf Czlonka wrote: There are several things which this script does not check for - some of those are on my TODO list: I didn't review your script, but I did ctrl+s... TODO item #0 should be to use signify with SHA256.sig rather than checking SHA256

New LibreSSL mailing lists

2015-06-03 Thread Doug Hogan
We have two new lists for LibreSSL: libre...@openbsd.org - public list for technical discussion about LibreSSL on any operating system. libressl-secur...@openbsd.org - private list for reporting severe vulnerabilities in OpenSSL or LibreSSL to the core LibreSSL team. See

Re: problems compiling latest 5.7 patches

2015-08-22 Thread Doug Hogan
On Sat, Aug 22, 2015 at 02:21:49PM -0600, luke...@onemodel.org wrote: OK, I must have run an errant CVS command somewhere. (Sigh.) Thanks much for seeing that pointing it out. While you're at it, you should try running 'make -j num'. I noticed you're using GENERIC.MP but running 'make

Re: smtpd.conf.5 relay tls | verify

2015-08-04 Thread Doug Hogan
On Tue, Aug 04, 2015 at 04:02:10PM +0200, L?VAI D?niel wrote: I maybe have overlooked something, but this syntax mentioned in the manual didn't work: accept from any for domain ... relay backup verify expire 30d ... on the other hand, this has been working: accept from any for domain ...

Re: syslogd: Syscall 28 (SYS_sendmsg) in 18 October (i386) snapshot

2015-10-18 Thread Doug Hogan
On Sun, Oct 18, 2015 at 03:42:07PM -0400, Sonic wrote: > No clue if my bug is related. Attempting to upgrade -current today and I get: > Oct 18 14:29:39 stargate /bsd: ksh(4880): syscall 131 > Oct 18 14:29:46 stargate /bsd: ksh(30776): syscall 131 > etc. I don't think it's related since it's

Re: CD's arrived

2015-10-10 Thread Doug Hogan
On Wed, Oct 07, 2015 at 02:51:28PM +, M Wheeler wrote: > CD's arrived today UK. Thanks again. 5.8 CD arrived today in California.

Re: startx fail on Lenovo G50-80 amd64

2015-11-27 Thread Doug Hogan
On Fri, Nov 27, 2015 at 09:47:23AM +, freeu...@ruggedinbox.com wrote: > I installed OpenBSD 5.8 on USB flash memory. It's fine:) > Then Lenovo G50-80 could booting. but, startx fail and xdm was fail. I would focus on startx. > 1.background is blank(black) screen, mouse icon(X and arrow)

permanent ARP being overwritten by ISP

2016-01-16 Thread Doug Moss
(my apologies for last message - unfamiliar with Yahoo and forcing plain text email) Why is a manually entered permanent arp entry being overwritten? At my home, I have an ISP from which I have 5 static IPv4 addresses. I use these for my home network, a home email server, jabber server for

permanent ARP being overwritten by ISP

2016-01-16 Thread Doug Moss
Why is a manually entered permanent arp entry being overwritten? At my home, I have an ISP from which I have 5 static IPv4 addresses.I use these for my home network, a home email server, jabber server for family/friends,website related to my academic work, etc, with different domains. The ISP

Re: permanent ARP being overwritten by ISP

2016-01-19 Thread Doug Moss
anges to the routing tables visible with 'arp -an' and 'route -n show' I imagine these can happen through more than one mechanism, and happen at the network stack or kernel level? Is there another mechanism that I should pay attention to? >> On Jan 16, 2016, at 12:40, Doug Moss <dougmoss...@y

Re: permanent ARP being overwritten by ISP

2016-01-20 Thread Doug Moss
>On Wednesday, January 20, 2016 1:37 PM, Martin Pieuchot <m...@openbsd.org> >wrote: >On 20/01/16(Wed) 00:11, Doug Moss wrote: >> Second - per other reply. I upgraded from OpenBSD 5.7 amd64 to OpenBSD 5.8 >> amd64 yesterday> >If you're referring to my reply,

Re: permanent ARP being overwritten by ISP

2016-10-25 Thread Doug Moss
On Wednesday, January 20, 2016 1:37 PM, Martin Pieuchot wrote: >If you're referring to my reply, I was interested in the behavior in a >-current kernel, what will be 5.9 soon. A lot of changes happened >since 5.8. > >It would be nice if you could also post the output of "route

USB speakers, no sound

2019-08-10 Thread Doug Moss
no sound from USB speakers dmesg: azalia0 at pci0 dev 27 function 0 "Intel 6 Series HD Audio" rev 0x05: msi azalia0: codecs: Realtek ALC888, Intel/0x2805, using Realtek ALC888 audio0 at azalia0 ... uhub5 at uhub3 port 1 configuration 1 interface 0 "Intel Rate Matching Hub" rev 2.00/0.00 addr 2

Re: USB speakers, no sound

2019-08-11 Thread Doug Moss
>> no sound from USB speakers >> >> dmesg: >> azalia0 at pci0 dev 27 function 0 "Intel 6 Series HD Audio" rev 0x05: msi >> azalia0: codecs: Realtek ALC888, Intel/0x2805, using Realtek ALC888 >> audio0 at azalia0 >> ... >> uhub5 at uhub3 port 1 configuration 1 interface 0 "Intel Rate Matching

Re: USB speakers, no sound

2019-08-11 Thread Doug Moss
On Sunday, August 11, 2019, 3:19:52 AM EDT, Alexandre Ratchov wrote: > >Could you try setting: > >sndiod_flags="-frsnd/0 -frsnd1" > >then restart sndiod, then run: > >aucat -f snd/1 -i song.wav Apologies - somehow the cycles of restarting/powering off and on - it seems to be working fine now.

Re: i386, parallel port permission error?

2020-08-19 Thread Doug Moss
On 2020-08-17, Stuart Henderson wrote: >On 2020-08-17, Doug Moss wrote: >> >> Did something change at OpenBSD i386 between 5.9 and 6.0 >> related to parallel port / lpt hardware permissions? >> >> Up to OpenBSD i386 5.9, >> I used to be able to have a workin

Re: i386, parallel port permission error?

2020-08-20 Thread Doug Moss
i386_get_ioperm() and i386_set_ioperm() These were removed from sysarch.h between OpenBSD 5.9 to 6.0? I believe this code (port.h): https://github.com/lcdproc/lcdproc/blob/master/server/drivers/port.h On OpenBSD 5.9, it uses the code branch for 'NetBSD/OpenBSD' lines 174 to 270 based on having

i386, parallel port permission error?

2020-08-17 Thread Doug Moss
Is it possible with OpenBSD i386 to use the parallel port for lcdproc? More specifically: Did something change at OpenBSD i386 between 5.9 and 6.0 related to parallel port / lpt hardware permissions? Up to OpenBSD i386 5.9, I used to be able to have a working case-LCD-screen with