Ummm - maybe I don't understand but, how can you make a RELEASE from
STABLE? Isnt STABLE following the patch branch? And RELEASE is jsut that
- what's on the CD?
If i'm correct - then you can't do that. If I'm correct, think of it this
RELEASE = what you buy.
STABLE = is what
I've read the freetds.org help but I can't figure out what to do!!!
Someone can help me?!
the php5-sybase_ct-5.0.4.tgz package will give you sybase_ct.so,
which enables the same mssql_* functions as mssql.so.
Am I doing something wrong?!
yes, you are not following the advice already given to you.
I have tpb set to run as a daemon from ~/.xinitrc. The volume mute/down/up
buttons work, but none of the Fn buttons do except for the thinklight.
On-screen display also does not work. Is this something I can fix with a
simple configuration change?
tpb does not work correctly with
- Pen doesn't work at all. Windows say it's connected to the LPC chip
mentioned above. Does this mean that I have to write a driver for it
(and modify wscons framework to support touch strength, and then modify
Xorg wscons driver, BTW removing usbtablet(4))? Looks like nice effort
I listened to Christoph Egger's podcast on openbsd + xen. Yowza. Is this a
4.1 timeframe item?
People who do this need to be spanked!!! 8-) Come on, at least give us a
joshua stein :: superblock :: http://superblock.net/
this diff changes the way ps/2 and AT keyboards are handled in
attempt to gain support for some quirky ones. this includes most
laptops that have internally connected ps/2 keyboards.
if you want your keyboard to continue working for the 4.1 release,
please test this change now and report back to
What does the suspend command do? I cannot find a man page on it, or
entry in the FAQ, or anything useful in the mailing list archives or
google (seems most deal with laptop suspend/restore).. When I type
suspend at the cmd line, it drops me past the command line.
it's a command built in to
WARNING: 16384 bytes not available for msgbuf in last cluster (4096
[ using 682848 bytes of bsd ELF symbol table ]
for now you can put 'option MSGBUFSIZE=4096' in your kernel config
just to stop it from misbehaving.
The P8600 Core2Duo is not regognized by the speedstep code.
The openbsd repo in github is outdated. Are the owners reading the
list? Can someone update the repo?. Github doesn't show me a contact
address for the organization, so I thing this list is the best
option for report the problem.
the cvs-to-git conversion tool i was using was not producing
ok, so... how can do it in such a way it can go into the tree? should
I re-implement JFS?
maybe look into SU+J?
I think they maybe have the bugs out, but they were still fixing some
serious issues very recently, and it took us years to get the existing
softdep code stabilized.
i'm not sure if netbsd's journaling code is any better, but they
also have something for ffs:
I try to configure the OpenBSD Apache to use IPv6 with Name based
VirtualHosts. But it doesn't work. apachectl configtest says:
[Sun Jul 17 18:12:53 2011] [error] Cannot resolve host
fd07:8085:b92f:1::1:1 port 80 --- ignoring!
you need -U in httpd_flags in /etc/rc.conf.local
This is semi-OT, but how does that work, actually? I mean, I know how
suspend to disk works in principle, but if it's done purely from the
BIOS, wouldn't the BIOS need to know about (and use) a special
partition to store the RAM contents? Otherwise, how would the BIOS
know where to store the
I built my RAID using this : bioctl -c 1 -l wd0k,wd1k softraid0
All is ok, sd0c is mounted in /home (cf /etc/fstab)
Now i disconnected wd1, restart computer. /home is available, but RAID1 is
Add wd1, restart computer, try bioctl -R sd0 0:1.0 (give me an error like
I'm running 4.9 release with 2x usb hard drives in a softraid raid1 setup.
Both drives lost power so both volumes are degraded:
softraid0: trying to bring up sd3 degraded
softraid0: sd3 offline, will not be brought online
running the following doesn't fix the problem, I just get the
(this should probably be on ports@)
with more and more android phones around,
it would be nice to have a working 'adb'
to make backups and push custom ROMs on the devices.
i found an older adb linux exectuble in their SDK archives.
it can be started under linux emulation, but that's about
Can seem to find anything in the archives, .. I just finished setting up a
Rails app under Passenger on a Linux box - pretty nice! We have a Rails
app running with Mongrel on 4.5, but I would really like to use an Apache
SSL session; never could get that working with mod_rewrite, however, when
I should mention things that I didn't before and reiterate others . . .
1) I am committed to maintaining this service
2) At the moment, I have a ~300G hard drive devoted to it (and willing
to devotre more, in the future)
3) I have a DSL (high-speed) connection
i'm not sure what kind of
i experience on my Thinkpad X200, that sometimes the fan gets stuck at
fullspeed. (This time it is after 19h of uptime.)
The notebook is idle, temperatures are fine, but the fan just goes to
fullspeed and stays there.
Normaly the regulation works fine in tandem with apmd -C.
Can someone give a hin on how to make the speaker to beep for example with
a command or a C program ?
(that's control+v, then control+g)
Cron runs the weekly update script every Saturday at 3:30am. If you
use a laptop or other desktop, your computer probably isn't on then.
So the locate and whatis databases never get updated unless you run it
So somebody should figure out a way to handle this for desktop machines.
It's probably worth noting at this point that the xterm shipped with
OpenBSD doesn't support 256 colors.
it is supported in snapshots after january 13th; it was enabled
following nicm's ncurses update:
The install process goes as expected and the virtual machine is running
happily along... The thing is, when I create a second brand new virtual
machine using the process described above and get to the 'select install
media' step, it already has my local ftp server's name populated! As far as
But is there any better ways to work it out ?
you could get the ip of the interface that the default route is
route -n get default | grep 'if address' | sed 's/.*: //'
or ask ifconfig what is in the egress group and assume the first ip
on the first interface will be
So i tried it but can't have it working on my machine. Kernel crashed
at startup. I'm not sure what I can do to modify it right now.
that patch is pretty old, i'm surprised it even applies and
Anyway, to make sure I
One thing I would really like to see is the diffs of every commit. This is
available for DragonflyBSD for instance. Is there a way to find this on
CVS and git are very different I don't think you can easily have this
feature with CVS (if it exists I'd be glad to know it :)).
I came across a strange problem today. I (accidentally) opened the cd/dvd
player of my thinkpad w500 laptop. Once the player is opened, it is
impossible to close it, as it is immediately reopened.
Dmesg is flawed with the following messages:
acpithinkpad0: unknown type 3 event 0x006
2) To use apmd, do I need to maintain a swap partition? Indeed, should I
ALWAYS maintain a swap partition on this simple setup (which is running
fine)? I was hoping to get away without one (currently b: is undefined).
Swap partition is optional, as long as you have enough RAM to do what
On Mon, Apr 23, 2012 at 12:35:55PM +0100, Laurence Rochfort wrote:
My laptop's integrated wifi adapter is not supported by OpenBSD.
Can anybody suggest a USB adapter that doesn't stick out of the port very
Ideally I'd like one that protrudes less than a centimeter. There
On Mon, 04 Jun 2012 at 12:52:47 -0700, Matthew Dempsky wrote:
It looks like ustuehler and jcs both wrote their own cvs-to-git
importers for handling the OpenBSD src tree:
Both will convert HEAD properly, but neither has
On Tue, 27 Nov 2012 at 14:18:56 -0800, Constantine A. Murenin wrote:
Don't necessarily look at the OpenBSD version numbers that are
offered, or whether OpenBSD is specifically supported; at least with
KVM and Xen HVM, it's almost always possible to get console-based
access and install
On Mon, 31 Dec 2012 at 20:13:30 +0400, Sevan / Venture37 wrote:
I've managed to install the 21st of December amd64 snaphot onto my 13 mid
2012 MacBook Air without any issues, however attempting to boot the
installed bsd.mp or sp kernel results in a panic
On Wed, 02 Jan 2013 at 07:16:03 +0400, Sevan / Venture37 wrote:
Running startx results in a blank screen, able to switch some consoles ok
terminate X without any problem.
[59.147] (II) intel(0): Output VGA disconnected
[59.147] (II) intel(0): Output HDMI-3 disconnected
On Sat, 11 Jun 2016 at 16:45:20 -0400, Alex Ahn wrote:
> Has anyone tried to install OpenBSD on a Toshiba Chromebook 2? And was able
> to boot it without having to hold Ctrl+L, which I heard was a thing with
> One person was able to install Windows 10 onto one and not have to hold
On Wed, 30 Mar 2016 at 17:34:16 +0200, Murk Fletcher wrote:
> in Rails) and know how to prevent the following error?
> Simply renaming "https" to "http" makes no difference.
> % bundle install
> Fetching source index
I am organizing a BSD users group in the Chicago area. If you are
reading this and have any interest in joining up with other users,
please join the mailing list at talk+subscr...@chibug.org so we can
work out details of meeting up (or just to follow along with the
On Tue, 28 Mar 2017 at 10:22:32 -0500, Edgar Pettijohn wrote:
> I recently switched to using xenodm to login/startx. Previously I just used
> startx at the command prompt. I'm curious if it's possible to change the
> background around the login prompt. Currently it's a herringbone black and
On Sun, 26 Aug 2018 at 13:28:24 -0500, ed...@pettijohn-web.com wrote:
> I'm guessing
> dmesg | grep drm
> Should help since it won't work with inteldrm nor radeondrm.
Just for the archives, scrollback support for rasops consoles (like
inteldrm and radeondrm) was added after 6.3.
On Sun, 08 Apr 2018 at 12:19:01 -0400, Michael Price wrote:
I am unwise in the ways of serial port pci cards. Should I be avoiding any
particular brands? Any pointers to more information would be appreciated.
The puc(4) man page has a lot of brands and models that are
On Fri, 23 Nov 2018 at 19:48:04 +0100, Jan Betlach wrote:
> Hi all,
> I am trying to sync my media libraries via Syncthing with other machine.
> However Syncthing on OBSD complains about "too many open files" and refuses
> therefore to scan and synchronize the folder.
> I have increased
On Tue, 27 Nov 2018 at 14:32:50 +0100, Marcus Merighi wrote:
> does 'xset(1) dpms 20' activate xidle(1) after 20 seconds?
> How to repeat:
> $ xset dpms 20
> $ xidle -timeout 180 &
> With this I am locked out after 20 seconds, not 180.
The DPMS event activates the X
On Thu, 21 Feb 2019 at 08:49:26 +0200, Leonid Bobrov wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 20, 2019 at 08:37:59PM -0500, James Huddle wrote:
> > is ncurses too high-level for your needs? That might work.
> I said I need a direct access to input devices, ie, /dev/wskbd* and
> /dev/wsmouse*, not a library
On Fri, 08 Mar 2019 at 10:46:24 +0200, Mihai Popescu wrote:
> Does anyone observe some sound volume reduction when chromium is
> displaying some specific tabs?
> I am using mpv in xterm with some internet radio, when I point
> chromium to some tabs (with or without multimedia in
> On 13/04/2019 16:49, Noth wrote:
> > Hello again,
> > I updated to the latest snapshot and now Xorg works! But it has a
> > caveat, the pointer device detected is the touchscreen not the touchpad.
> > It's assigned device wsmouse0 and ums1 doesn't seem to recognize the
> > touchpad
On Fri, 15 Mar 2019 at 09:18:02 +0100, Harald Dunkel wrote:
> Hi folks,
> does it work, OpenBSD on a 12" Macbook 2017? I tried Linux once,
> but keyboard and trackpad were not working, so I kept MacOS.
The keyboard and touchpad are connected over SPI now, so they
require a new Intel SPI
On Sat, 27 Apr 2019 at 14:20:32 -, Christian Weisgerber wrote:
> However, as in this example, I think you will only get a few generic
> It is my theoretical understanding that USB audio gadgets typically
> come with a uhid(4) device, as does yours above, and you would use
On Tue, 03 Sep 2019 at 19:41:40 -0400, Trey Sizemore wrote:
> One remaining issue is getting the screen to lock when the laptop lid is
> closed and the laptop suspends. The screen does not lock and just resumes to
> the XFCE4 desktop.
> I have the following in my .xsession:
> bsd$ cat
On Fri, 23 Aug 2019 at 15:59:19 -, Stuart Henderson wrote:
> On 2019-08-23, Jan Stary wrote:
> > This is current/amd64 on a Dell Latitude E5570 (dmesg below).
> > It has this integrated camera which I am trying to use with video(1):
> > uvideo0 at uhub0 port 11 configuration 1 interface 0
Mail list logo