panic: unveil_nipledge_lookup: unexpected pledge bits: 8589934592 after update to recent -current

2018-08-02 Thread Felix Maschek
Hi, I've updated to the recent -current on my Lenovo T450 and get a kernel panic at the following point: starting local daemons: apmd cron xenodm. Thu Aug 2 23:44:13 CEST 2018 -> at this point it is starting X but fall back to panic. This is the output directly after the panic message:

Re: More useful: something like doasedit (was: Utility to safely edit doas.conf)

2018-02-28 Thread Felix Maschek
regards Felix On 28.02.2018 19:32, Michael Price wrote: Perhaps I am just dense, but what problem does sudoedit solve that is not easily solved with groups and chmod? Michael On Wed, Feb 28, 2018 at 12:57 PM Felix Maschek <fe...@maschek.com> wrote: Hi, to prevent privilege esca

Re: on -current: "doas pkg_add evince" leads to "can't resolve libspectre-0.2.8p2".

2018-04-24 Thread Felix Maschek
3.4 libidn2-2.0.0p0 bzip2-1.0.6p8 gettext-0.19.8.1p1 gmp-6.1.2p1 libiconv-1.14p3 sqlite3-3.23.0 libelf-0.8.13p4 gdbm-1.14.1 Can't install evince-3.26.0-light: can't resolve libspectre-0.2.8p2 <<<<< Any idea? Felix On 24.04.2018 15:39, Stuart Henderson wrote: On 2018/04/24 15:28, Felix

on -current: "doas pkg_add evince" leads to "can't resolve libspectre-0.2.8p2".

2018-04-24 Thread Felix Maschek
Hi, I want to install evince-light on my -current OpenBSD, which leads to unresolved libs. What can I do to fix this or to analyse the problem? Kind regards Felix e130$ cat /etc/installurl https://fastly.cdn.openbsd.org/pub/OpenBSD e130$ doas pkg_add evince quirks-2.426 signed on

-current: thunar cores when opening document

2018-03-27 Thread Felix Maschek
Hi, most of the time I've observed that thunar ends with a core if I start an application (in my case OpenOffice or envince) using the context menu or by clicking twice on the icon. core file has the size 0 (no write access?) Kind regards Felix OpenBSD 6.3 (GENERIC.MP) #102: Fri Mar 23

More useful: something like doasedit (was: Utility to safely edit doas.conf)

2018-02-28 Thread Felix Maschek
Hi, to prevent privilege escalation by allowing 'sudo vi' (simple by invoking a shell from within vi) there is a special command 'sudoedit'. So far I can see this is missing currently if I use doas instead of sudo. So adding a similar command is more helpful to secure a system than special