Re: backport lld version string change

2017-03-23 Thread Mark Kettenis
> Date: Thu, 23 Mar 2017 14:34:48 +1100 > From: Jonathan Gray > > Backport a change to add "(compatible with GNU linkers)" to the lld > version output to avoid having to regenerate a large number of configure > scripts. > > https://reviews.llvm.org/D31199?id= >

Re: regarding OpenSSL License change

2017-03-23 Thread Bob Beck
On Thu, Mar 23, 2017 at 17:48 Bob Beck wrote: > Honestly, anyone who gets one of these should say no > > what would you all think if people quietly took derived works of software > licensed under one license and took silence as assent to relicense > > Does this mean that with an

Re: regarding OpenSSL License change

2017-03-23 Thread Theo de Raadt
> > If we do not hear from you, we will assume that you have no objection. > > So, they will claim that, by not responding, the recipient agreed. > > Some jurisdictions I am aware of accept verbal contracts or this kind > of written contracts, since civil proceedings will not be held up to a >

GCC licence change

2017-03-23 Thread Theo de Raadt
I am mailing tech@openbsd.org (and thereby, the greater community who's email addresses may have changed) to inquire whether it is OK to change the version of gcc 4.2.1 in our source tree to from GPL to the ISC license. This licence improvement will remove the last bits of ambiguity about access

Re: regarding OpenSSL License change

2017-03-23 Thread bytevolcano
... > If we do not hear from you, we will assume that you have no objection. So, they will claim that, by not responding, the recipient agreed. Some jurisdictions I am aware of accept verbal contracts or this kind of written contracts, since civil proceedings will not be held up to a high

Re: regarding OpenSSL License change

2017-03-23 Thread Claus Assmann
So did anyone who replied with "NO" get a followup to "reconsider"? I only "contributed" some doc fixes, so my "vote" doesn't really mean much.

Re: regarding OpenSSL License change

2017-03-23 Thread Bob Beck
Honestly, anyone who gets one of these should say no what would you all think if people quietly took derived works of software licensed under one license and took silence as assent to relicense Does this mean that with an unanswered email i can now release my re licensed as ISC version of gcc?

Re: regarding OpenSSL License change

2017-03-23 Thread Theo de Raadt
> So did anyone who replied with "NO" get a followup to "reconsider"? So far, everyone who says no is getting a mail from Rich Salz.

Re: makefs: fix msdos create size

2017-03-23 Thread Martin Natano
On Wed, Mar 22, 2017 at 01:32:09PM +0100, Patrick Wildt wrote: > > apparently the "create_size" option does currently not work. This is > because the strsuftoll() function uses "long long" compares which limits > the positive maximum to LLONG_MAX. Unfortunately the maximum is always > set to

Re: mkdir(2): document EACCESS when no write permission

2017-03-23 Thread Martin Natano
On Thu, Mar 23, 2017 at 10:07:43AM -0600, Todd C. Miller wrote: > From FreeBSD, POSIX has identical wording. > > Alternately, we could add an extra EACCESS entry similar to what > exists in open(2). I'm happy with either approach. OK natano@. I think using one entry is fine in this case as both

Re: acme-client(1): move root check up

2017-03-23 Thread Sebastian Benoit
ok Florian Obser(flor...@openbsd.org) on 2017.03.23 12:02:52 +: > ... the parser will bomb out anyway > > OK? > > diff --git main.c main.c > index dde8e8b638e..4f977451bbc 100644 > --- main.c > +++ main.c > @@ -85,6 +85,9 @@ main(int argc, char *argv[]) > goto usage; >

acme-client(1): move root check up

2017-03-23 Thread Florian Obser
... the parser will bomb out anyway OK? diff --git main.c main.c index dde8e8b638e..4f977451bbc 100644 --- main.c +++ main.c @@ -85,6 +85,9 @@ main(int argc, char *argv[]) goto usage; } + if (getuid() != 0) + errx(EXIT_FAILURE, "must

Re: regarding OpenSSL License change

2017-03-23 Thread Theo de Raadt
> > The last sentence suggests they don't care at all about the rights of > > the authors. > > I also sent them a separate mail stating that i strongly suspect > that last sentence to be grossly illegal in almost any jurisdiction. Of course: Lack of consent is not equal to consent.

Atheros AR9280+AR7010 USB stick don't work in BSS mode but Host AP

2017-03-23 Thread Denis
Have Atheros AR9280+AR7010 USB stick athn(4). Long ago I tested it with OpenBSD 5.6 in Host AP mode 5GHz band, it does not work as AP but successful in BSS in both supported bands. On OpenBSD 6.0 situation is different. It is relatively stable in AP mode, but don't work BSS in 2.4GHz band. On

Re: regarding OpenSSL License change

2017-03-23 Thread Theo de Raadt
> > The start suggests they want to privately collect sufficient consensus > > to pass their agenda. They appear to be considering all actions in > > the tree (including mine) on equal grounds. > > I already sent them a clear "NO, i explicitly object to relicensing > any of my contributions." >

[PATCH] pcidump - Enhanced Capabilities

2017-03-23 Thread Simon Mages
Hi, on some machines i saw some unknown enhanced capabilities. After looking into it i saw that on some intel chipsets there actually is a capability with id 0x0. This capability contains some registers of the Advanced Error Reporting Capability but not all of them. I guess intel choose 0x0

acme-client(1): remove useless owner check

2017-03-23 Thread Florian Obser
Prosody starts up as _prosody so key and cert are owned by that user, which is perfectly valid. Also "current user" will always be root anyway. OK? diff --git parse.y parse.y index 1595b52a752..6ee026c2427 100644 --- parse.y +++ parse.y @@ -1034,10 +1034,6 @@ conf_check_file(char *s, int

Re: acme-client(1): remove useless owner check

2017-03-23 Thread Sebastian Benoit
i never was happy with that anyway. ok Florian Obser(flor...@openbsd.org) on 2017.03.23 12:04:56 +: > > Prosody starts up as _prosody so key and cert are owned by > that user, which is perfectly valid. > Also "current user" will always be root anyway. > > OK? > > diff --git parse.y

regarding OpenSSL License change

2017-03-23 Thread Theo de Raadt
Lots of people have been receiving emails like the one below. They have never asked the community of authors what they want. I think OpenSSL are using a github "garbage-in / garbage-out" style of process. Feel free to dig into what they think I am author of, and why. The start suggests they

Ralink (MediaTek) MT7650 / MT7610 usb stick problem with run(4) driver

2017-03-23 Thread Denis
Having trouble with TP-LINK AC600 Archer T2UH based on Ralink's MT7650 chipset with run driver on OpenBSD 6.0-stable with all the latest source tree patches installed. Just after I've added MT7650 by patching files listed below and recompiled the kernel the USB stick shows its identities as:

Re: regarding OpenSSL License change

2017-03-23 Thread Ingo Schwarze
Hi Theo, Theo de Raadt wrote on Thu, Mar 23, 2017 at 10:18:26AM -0600: > Lots of people have been receiving emails like the one below. > > They have never asked the community of authors what they want. > > I think OpenSSL are using a github "garbage-in / garbage-out" style of > process. Feel

mkdir(2): document EACCESS when no write permission

2017-03-23 Thread Todd C. Miller
>From FreeBSD, POSIX has identical wording. Alternately, we could add an extra EACCESS entry similar to what exists in open(2). I'm happy with either approach. - todd Index: lib/libc/sys/mkdir.2 === RCS file:

arm64 pmap asid handling

2017-03-23 Thread Mark Kettenis
So the diff below is my take on improving the arm64 pmap. It assumes we'll only ever run on CPUs that implement the full 16-bit ASID size. In that case we have 64k of ASIDs available, hich is way larger than the number of processes, and therefore pmaps, that can exist on an OpenBSD system. Our