Re: Kill rtinit(), introduce rt_ifa_add(9)

2014-04-08 Thread Martin Pieuchot
On 03/04/14(Thu) 10:40, Martin Pieuchot wrote: I just committed a diff to reuse the logic of rtinit() to manipulate routes to loopback used in our IPv6 stack. Since this diff turned rtinit() into a wrapper around rt_ifa_add() and rt_ifa_del(), here's a diff to get completely rid of it.

heads-up: your ports *will break*

2014-04-08 Thread Marc Espie
Got fed up of the nth report flavors are broken. The cause is always the same: for packages to build correctly, your setup *must* propagate some env variables thru sudo during the fake/packaging stage. So, I finally added up a variable that's there just to trigger an error in case your setup is

Re: heads-up: your ports *will break*

2014-04-08 Thread Landry Breuil
On Tue, Apr 08, 2014 at 03:33:52PM +0200, Marc Espie wrote: Got fed up of the nth report flavors are broken. The cause is always the same: for packages to build correctly, your setup *must* propagate some env variables thru sudo during the fake/packaging stage. So, I finally added up a

OpenSSH hole, April 9

2014-04-08 Thread Theo de Raadt
If tomorrow Damien or I had to announce a major OpenSSH hole, how screwed would the Internet be? What do you think.. are people using telnet or RDP to get to the machines they need to repair? No, people are relying on OpenSSH, which noone pays for. Please read the bottom paragraph: