[gentoo-user] Re: DNSSEC

2010-11-10 Thread James
Alan McKinnon alan.mckinnon at gmail.com writes: My first spot of advice would be to use unbound as your caching servers - Yes, I'm going to play around with unbound first. PowerDNS is a fine auth server. If it suits your needs I'd recommend you try it first. I don't know about it's

[gentoo-user] PPPoE config

2016-09-21 Thread Grant
ss" pppd_ppp0=" defaultroute child-timeout 60 " Starting net.ppp0 could be a little cleaner: # /etc/init.d/net.ppp0 restart * /etc/init.d/net.ppp0 uses runscript, please convert to openrc-run. * Caching service dependencies ... [ ok ] * Stopping unbound ... [ ok

[gentoo-user] Re: DNSSEC

2010-11-12 Thread James
Alan McKinnon alan.mckinnon at gmail.com writes: My first spot of advice would be to use unbound as your caching servers - Did you experiment iwth ldns-utils (Set of utilities to simplify various dns(sec) tasks) ??? James

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: DNSSEC

2010-11-12 Thread Alan McKinnon
Apparently, though unproven, at 16:18 on Friday 12 November 2010, James did opine thusly: Alan McKinnon alan.mckinnon at gmail.com writes: My first spot of advice would be to use unbound as your caching servers - Did you experiment iwth ldns-utils (Set of utilities to simplify various dns

Re: [gentoo-user] [OT] opendns.org

2012-01-13 Thread Paul Hartman
are using ISP DNS and it is slow, or hijacking domains like search engines, and if you like your DNS to be a content filter, then sure. :) Google DNS is similar thing. Personally I just run unbound on my PC and don't want it to block any look-ups anyway.

Re: [gentoo-user] ....Gentoo update killed Gentoo update?

2017-10-03 Thread Wolfram Schlich
ync: line 25: ReadVar: command not found > > > > /usr/bin/eix-sync: line 26: ReadVar: command not found > > > > /usr/bin/eix-sync: line 27: ReadVar: command not found > > > > /usr/bin/eix-sync: line 28: local_portage_configroot: unbound variable > > &g

Re: [gentoo-user] ....Gentoo update killed Gentoo update?

2017-10-03 Thread tuxic
: ReadFunctions: command not found > > > /usr/bin/eix-sync: line 24: ReadVar: command not found > > > /usr/bin/eix-sync: line 25: ReadVar: command not found > > > /usr/bin/eix-sync: line 26: ReadVar: command not found > >

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: DNSSEC

2010-11-08 Thread Alan McKinnon
unbound as your caching servers - it's stupendously bloody fast. It's free as in beer and free as in freedom, and also keeps up with cns which is neither (and costs an arm and a leg). Plus the developer is very responsive to bugs and features. unbound does the basics and does them well

Re: [gentoo-user] udev or Gentoo issue?

2014-05-15 Thread Mike Gilbert
sequence that a dependent service failed to start because of the networking failure so it should be before this: [kernel] [0.787433] serio: i8042 AUX port at 0x60,0x64 irq 12 [/etc/init.d/unbound] ERROR: cannot start unbound as net.enp0s20u2u1 would not start [kernel] [0.792081

Re: [gentoo-user] udev or Gentoo issue?

2014-05-17 Thread Grant
of the networking failure so it should be before this: [kernel] [0.787433] serio: i8042 AUX port at 0x60,0x64 irq 12 [/etc/init.d/unbound] ERROR: cannot start unbound as net.enp0s20u2u1 would not start [kernel] [0.792081] rtc_cmos 00:04: alarms up to one month, y3k, 242 bytes nvram, hpet

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Disk usage during emerge

2012-03-09 Thread Paul Hartman
/mdadm net-dns/unbound: 4507/usr/sbin/unbound net-print/cups: 4767/usr/sbin/cupsd sys-apps/dbus: 4369/usr/bin/dbus-daemon net-misc/ntp: 4975/usr/sbin/ntpd net-fs/samba: 5015/usr/sbin/smbd 5045/usr/sbin/smbd 5021/usr

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Disk usage during emerge

2012-03-09 Thread Bryan Gardiner
scripts that could be used to restart them: sys-apps/smartmontools: 5082/usr/sbin/smartd sys-auth/consolekit: 4384/usr/sbin/console-kit-daemon app-text/dictd: 4834/usr/sbin/dictd sys-fs/mdadm: 3742/sbin/mdadm net-dns/unbound: 4507/usr

Re: [gentoo-user] hyperthreading

2005-12-13 Thread Glenn Enright
of code in mpparse.c says it should just work like in previous versions. Is this the first time building this kernel version? What does 'dmesg | grep CPU' say? anything in /var/log/syslog.log? Have you added any extra patches to the kernel recently? -- The sounds of the nouns are mostly unbound

[gentoo-user] DNSSEC

2010-11-08 Thread James
DNSSEC on gentoo? Hardware suggestions on low power (5-10 watts) (embedded) hardware with Gentoo are welcome. net-dns/unbound (portage) [2] bind9 (portage) nsd (?) opendnssec (sunrise overlay) ??? Googling and research has led me to reading quite a lot of interesting, but fragmented thoughts

[gentoo-user] Festival/Speechd/MBrola: Setting new voice?

2011-02-06 Thread meino . cramer
'voice_cmu_us_awb_arctic_hts) to ;; If you want a voice different from the system installed default ;; uncomment the following line and change the name to the voice you ;; want (set! voice_default 'voice_cmu_us_awb_arctic_hts) leads to an error message: SIOD ERROR: unbound variable

Re: [gentoo-user] [OT] opendns.org

2012-01-14 Thread Pandu Poluan
on the bandwagon. Anyone know if they are as wonderful as they sound? If you are using ISP DNS and it is slow, or hijacking domains like search engines, and if you like your DNS to be a content filter, then sure. :) Google DNS is similar thing. Personally I just run unbound on my PC

Re: [gentoo-user] new dhcpcd behaviour

2012-12-02 Thread Bruce Hill
with a simple (for now) setup using dhcp and unbound. However, the sit0 is IPV4 to IPV6. Check for CONFIG_IPV6 in your kernel ... it will probably go away when you don't have that, or ipv6 USE flags where you don't use them. -- Happy Penguin Computers ') 126 Fenco Drive

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Secure DNS servers

2014-06-17 Thread Eray Aslan
On Mon, Jun 16, 2014 at 07:57:31PM +, James wrote: Any guidance of those? When I have a choice, I go with nsd for authoritive and with unbound for recursive dns servers. Bind is also a popular alternative. Anyone and Everyone is encouraged to chime in on dns server Try to seperate your

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Secure DNS servers

2014-06-17 Thread Alan McKinnon
On 17/06/2014 16:48, Eray Aslan wrote: On Mon, Jun 16, 2014 at 07:57:31PM +, James wrote: Any guidance of those? When I have a choice, I go with nsd for authoritive and with unbound for recursive dns servers. Bind is also a popular alternative. Anyone and Everyone is encouraged

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: [OT] Linus Torvalds on systemd

2014-09-18 Thread Alan McKinnon
going completely apeshit about unbound, thinking named is about to go away forever. That's what this looks like. -- Alan McKinnon alan.mckin...@gmail.com

[gentoo-user] ....Gentoo update killed Gentoo update?

2017-10-03 Thread tuxic
26: ReadVar: command not found /usr/bin/eix-sync: line 27: ReadVar: command not found /usr/bin/eix-sync: line 28: local_portage_configroot: unbound variable [1]4865 exit 1 eix-sync ...end of the show? How can I fix this? Cheers Meino

Re: [gentoo-user] udev or Gentoo issue?

2014-05-17 Thread Mike Gilbert
in the boot sequence that a dependent service failed to start because of the networking failure so it should be before this: [kernel] [0.787433] serio: i8042 AUX port at 0x60,0x64 irq 12 [/etc/init.d/unbound] ERROR: cannot start unbound as net.enp0s20u2u1 would not start [kernel] [0.792081

Re: [gentoo-user] udev or Gentoo issue?

2014-05-19 Thread Grant
of the networking failure so it should be before this: [kernel] [0.787433] serio: i8042 AUX port at 0x60,0x64 irq 12 [/etc/init.d/unbound] ERROR: cannot start unbound as net.enp0s20u2u1 would not start [kernel] [0.792081] rtc_cmos 00:04: alarms up to one month, y3k, 242 bytes nvram, hpet

Re: [gentoo-user] ....Gentoo update killed Gentoo update?

2017-10-03 Thread tuxic
sync: line 25: ReadVar: command not found > > /usr/bin/eix-sync: line 26: ReadVar: command not found > > /usr/bin/eix-sync: line 27: ReadVar: command not found > > /usr/bin/eix-sync: line 28: local_portage_configroot: unbound variable > > [1]4865 exit 1 eix-sync > > > >

Re: [gentoo-user] udev or Gentoo issue?

2014-05-15 Thread Grant
/messages/everything/current shows the first time in the boot sequence that a dependent service failed to start because of the networking failure so it should be before this: [kernel] [0.787433] serio: i8042 AUX port at 0x60,0x64 irq 12 [/etc/init.d/unbound] ERROR: cannot start unbound

[gentoo-user] OT - Some miscellanous questions about hack attacks and dealing with them

2007-02-22 Thread Michael Sullivan
in deny_hosts.conf are being stopped at the firewall I'm still seeing them fail to authenticate to my FTP and ssh servers? Also, I've always heard that you shouldn't have any ports open on your machine unless you have some server bound to that port because hackers can get in through unbound open

Re: [gentoo-user] OT - Some miscellanous questions about hack attacks and dealing with them

2007-02-22 Thread Raymond Lewis Rebbeck
machines, then it sounds like your firewall is misconfigured and isn't blocking the IPs. Also, I've always heard that you shouldn't have any ports open on your machine unless you have some server bound to that port because hackers can get in through unbound open ports. Is this true? I've never

Re: [gentoo-user] OT - Some miscellanous questions about hack attacks and dealing with them

2007-02-22 Thread Alan McKinnon
On Thursday 22 February 2007, Michael Sullivan wrote:  Also, I've always heard that you shouldn't have any ports open on your machine unless you have some server bound to that port because hackers can get in through unbound open ports.  Is this true?  If so, how does it work? That sounds

Re: [gentoo-user] bind-9.7.1_p2 does not want to stop...

2010-11-16 Thread Alan McKinnon
a pig to run in real life. For an auth server, powerdns is very good. For a cache, unbound. What you have here is common. Bind can't find, or can't deal with, it's PID file. Or it's just being stubborn. Check your config that the PID file is in the right place, usable and that it has the correct

Re: [gentoo-user] bind-9.7.1_p2 does not want to stop...

2010-11-16 Thread Jarry
On 16. 11. 2010 20:47, Alan McKinnon wrote: Do you absolutely *have* to run bind? Aside from it being a 100% RFC-compliant reference server, it's a pig to run in real life. For an auth server, powerdns is very good. For a cache, unbound. Well, not *absolutely*, but I'm an old dog used to work

Re: [gentoo-user] [OT] opendns.org

2012-01-14 Thread Carlos Sura
. :) Google DNS is similar thing. Personally I just run unbound on my PC and don't want it to block any look-ups anyway. Or, in my case, all ISPs in my country are required to use a DNS server called Nawala that performs web censorship. And, as one would expect, that totally breaks DNSSEC

Re: [gentoo-user] Best caching dns server?

2012-05-19 Thread Alan McKinnon
low ttl of 30s). Also, it isn't able to save cached entries to file so that it can be restored on next boot. Any option? You can use almost any cache you want... ... except bind We use unbound. Does the job, does it well, developer very responsive. But do not fiddle with TTLs, that breaks stuff

Re: [gentoo-user] Best caching dns server?

2012-05-19 Thread Nilesh Govindrajan
minimum ttl (doesn't make sense, but some sites like twitter have ridiculously low ttl of 30s). Also, it isn't able to save cached entries to file so that it can be restored on next boot. Any option? You can use almost any cache you want... ... except bind We use unbound. Does the job, does

Re: [gentoo-user] new dhcpcd behaviour

2012-12-02 Thread Philip Webb
]: sending commands to master dhcpcd process. There's also a new display in Gkrellm 'sit0', which is new to me. Everything is working, but can anyone explain the change ? I spoke too soon (grimace)! My LAN has a Linux router with a simple (for now) setup using dhcp and unbound. However, the sit0

Re: [gentoo-user] DNS server packages

2015-10-11 Thread Alan McKinnon
ely? >> >> auth or cache? >> >> First of all, bind is a pain to use. Reason: it's actually a reference >> implementation that as usual got forced into production use. It's slower >> than it could be because it deals with every possible corner case per RFC. >&

Re: [gentoo-user] DNS server packages

2015-10-11 Thread J. Roeleveld
Reason: it's actually a reference > implementation that as usual got forced into production use. It's slower > than it could be because it deals with every possible corner case per RFC. > > As an auth server (few queries) it's OK > As a cache (many queries), there are better servers

Re: [gentoo-user] DNS server packages

2015-10-11 Thread Alan McKinnon
eals with every possible corner case per RFC. As an auth server (few queries) it's OK As a cache (many queries), there are better servers out there. I prefer unbound. > Also, what is the (nominal) minimum amount of RAM needed to keep all routes > in ram in these name servers? I don't unde

Re: [gentoo-user] DNS server packages

2015-10-11 Thread J. Roeleveld
lementation that as usual got forced into production use. It's slower > >> than it could be because it deals with every possible corner case per > >> RFC. > >> > >> As an auth server (few queries) it's OK > >> As a cache (many queries), there are bette

Re: [gentoo-user] ....Gentoo update killed Gentoo update?

2017-10-03 Thread Ian Bloss
/usr/bin/eix-sync: line 22: ReadFunctions: command not found > /usr/bin/eix-sync: line 24: ReadVar: command not found > /usr/bin/eix-sync: line 25: ReadVar: command not found > /usr/bin/eix-sync: line 26: ReadVar: command not found > /usr/bin/eix-sync: line 27: ReadVar: command not found &

Re: [gentoo-user] hyperthreading

2005-12-13 Thread Nick Smith
CPU0: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.80GHz stepping 09 Brought up 1 CPUs Have you added any extra patches to the kernel recently? nope -- The sounds of the nouns are mostly unbound. In town a noun might wear a gown, or further down, might dress a clown. A noun that's sound would never clown

Re: [gentoo-user] OT - Some miscellanous questions about hack attacks and dealing with them

2007-02-22 Thread Dan Cowsill
: Also, I've always heard that you shouldn't have any ports open on your machine unless you have some server bound to that port because hackers can get in through unbound open ports. Is this true? If so, how does it work? That sounds like something out of Hollywod, perhaps that atrocious movie

Re: [gentoo-user] DNSSEC

2010-11-08 Thread Alan McKinnon
? Hardware suggestions on low power (5-10 watts) (embedded) hardware with Gentoo are welcome. net-dns/unbound (portage) [2] bind9 (portage) nsd (?) opendnssec (sunrise overlay) ??? Googling and research has led me to reading quite a lot of interesting, but fragmented thoughts

Re: [gentoo-user] DNS server packages

2015-10-11 Thread Bill Kenworthy
se. It's slower >>> than it could be because it deals with every possible corner case per RFC. >>> >>> As an auth server (few queries) it's OK >>> As a cache (many queries), there are better servers out there. I prefer >>> unbound. >> >> As it

Re: [gentoo-user] gnunet dependency dnssec-root checksum fail for 7 yrs old IANA XML

2017-02-17 Thread Miroslav Rovis
t-anchors.xml' !!! Couldn't download 'root-anchors-20100715.xml'. Aborting. >>> Downloading 'http://192.168.2.4/gentoom//distfiles/Kjqmt7v-20100715.csr' >>> Downloading 'http://192.168.2.4/gentoom/distfiles/Kjqmt7v-20100715.csr' >>> Downlo

Re: [gentoo-user] IPv6 not ready here; Hmmm

2011-06-08 Thread Mick
your /etc/resolv.conf show? $ cat /etc/resolv.conf nameserver 127.0.0.1 (because I run net-dns/unbound on my local machine). For the other computers/devices they use the DNS server which runs on the router, 192.168.0.1 My ISP does offer DNS servers at actual IPv6 addresses, though I'm

Re: [gentoo-user] Best caching dns server?

2012-05-20 Thread Alan McKinnon
? You can use almost any cache you want... ... except bind We use unbound. Does the job, does it well, developer very responsive. But do not fiddle with TTLs, that breaks stuff in spectacular ways. Essentially, with the TTL the auth server is saying We guarantee that you can treat

Re: [gentoo-user] DNS server packages

2015-10-11 Thread Alan McKinnon
>> First of all, bind is a pain to use. Reason: it's actually a reference >>>> implementation that as usual got forced into production use. It's slower >>>> than it could be because it deals with every possible corner case per >>>> RFC. >>>> >&

Re: [gentoo-user] DNS server packages

2015-10-11 Thread J. Roeleveld
rvers will only run the minimum > >>>>> packages to operate securely? > >>>> > >>>> auth or cache? > >>>> > >>>> First of all, bind is a pain to use. Reason: it's actually a reference > >>>>

[gentoo-user] Re: DNS server packages

2015-10-12 Thread James
ion use. It's slower > than it could be because it deals with every possible corner case per RFC. > As an auth server (few queries) it's OK Bind is an old acquaintance of mine:: been a few years, hence the post. I may test/migrate to something else, later. > As a cache (many queries), there are

[gentoo-user] svn-server setup (need it for gnunet in Air-Gap install)

2017-02-19 Thread Miroslav Rovis
id=464236 or, by the current packages: automake-1.14.1.tar.xz, gnurl-170218.tar, gnurl-git-170218.tar, gnutls-3.5.9.tar.xz, Kjqmt7v-20100715.csr, libmicrohttpd-0.9.52.tar.gz, Python-3.5.2.tar.xz, python-gentoo-patches-3.5.2-0.tar.xz, root-anchors-20100715.xml, unbound-1.6.0.tar.gz I have overcome th

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: DNS server packages

2015-10-12 Thread Alan McKinnon
RFC. >> As an auth server (few queries) it's OK > > Bind is an old acquaintance of mine:: been a few years, hence the post. > I may test/migrate to something else, later. OK. For a few domains there's no benefit to using something other than what you already know. > >> A

Re: [gentoo-user] IPv6 not ready here; Hmmm

2011-06-08 Thread Paul Hartman
leaving their entire network open to bad guys) What does your /etc/resolv.conf show? $ cat /etc/resolv.conf nameserver 127.0.0.1 (because I run net-dns/unbound on my local machine). For the other computers/devices they use the DNS server which runs on the router, 192.168.0.1 My ISP does offer DNS

[gentoo-user] Problem compiling dev-lang/v8

2013-04-05 Thread Peter Humphrey
/test- thread-termination.o /tmp/portage/dev-lang/v8-3.16.14.9- r1/work/v8-3.16.14.9/out/x64.release/obj.target/cctest/test/cctest/test- threads.o /tmp/portage/dev-lang/v8-3.16.14.9- r1/work/v8-3.16.14.9/out/x64.release/obj.target/cctest/test/cctest/test- unbound-queue.o /tmp/portage/dev-lang/v8

Re: [gentoo-user] Problem compiling dev-lang/v8

2013-04-05 Thread Volker Armin Hemmann
/cctest/test-thread-termination.o /tmp/portage/dev-lang/v8-3.16.14.9-r1/work/v8-3.16.14.9/out/x64.release/obj.target/cctest/test/cctest/test-threads.o /tmp/portage/dev-lang/v8-3.16.14.9-r1/work/v8-3.16.14.9/out/x64.release/obj.target/cctest/test/cctest/test-unbound-queue.o /tmp/portage/dev-lang/v8

Re: [gentoo-user] OT - Some miscellanous questions about hack attacks and dealing with them

2007-02-22 Thread Michael Sullivan
because hackers can get in through unbound open ports. Is this true? I've never heard of this. All ports that you don't want accessible from the internet should be completely blocked by your firewall if you have it correctly configured. If so, how does it work? What do they connect