Chuck Yerkes | 1 Feb 01:12 2003

Re: cd burning

The FAQ for the CDRecrod tools.  A little google goes
a long way (I was never clear why I couldn't just specify
/dev/rcd0 as a device - not portable enough for them, I guess). 

Quoting Bryan Irvine (bryan.irvine <at> kingcountyjournal.com):
> I've been trying to get cd's to burn under OBSD so i can do backups of
> the firewalls (that we are building).
> 
> I isntalled cdrtools(cdrecord package) from ports and received cdrecord
> 1.10.  I tried to run it and it gave me some sort of error message about
> scsi.  I know from the dmesg output the the drive is located at 0,0,0
> and is using a cyberdrive mechanism.  I downloaded smake and cdrtools
> 2.0 and used smake (recomended) to compile, when I try to run 
> 
> cdrecord dev=0,0,0 -data /etc/hosts
> 
> I get an error that says "cannot open scsi driver".
> 
> Anyone using this software to burn under OBSD?
> 
> --Bryan

Lars Hansson | 1 Feb 03:48 2003
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Re: KerberLDAP (Re: openbsd yp security)

On Fri, 31 Jan 2003 14:02:46 +0100
Sebastian Stark <seb <at> todesplanet.de> wrote:

> Did you have success making the in-tree heimdal play with LDAP? You
> need to recompile /usr/src/kerberosV after changing some stuff. The
> problem lies in the definition of 'stuff'.

I should have been clearer; I did not mean the in-tree heimdal but 
one built from source. 

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Lars Hansson

Kit Halsted | 1 Feb 03:51 2003

Re: Macppc Install

Howdy, Liam:

Apologies in advance for not providing any actual help.

At 3:58 PM -0800 1/30/03, Liam wrote:
>Apple PowerBook Kanga (G3 - no fire wire post wallstreet, pre pismo)

Initial confusion: Kanga, AKA 3500, was pre-Wall Street. G3 CPU in 
the same form factor as the 3400.

If you have a post-Wall Street, pre-Pismo machine, it's code name is 
Lombard, AKA Bronze Keyboard.

Pismo, AKA PB G3 FireWire, is the only PB G3 listed as supported on 
the MacPPC page: http://www.openbsd.org/macppc.html#hardware

>Boots directly from CD
>
>However, once installation begins the CD is no longer found
>when using fdisk it will not write the MBR. It returns a number and a
>breif message:
>
>DIDEM4125 unable to write MBR
>
>any clues?

Sorry, I'm just an old-school Mac geek, not a developer.

Good luck,
-Kit
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Marco Melo | 1 Feb 05:27 2003
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Best Way to ugrade to one realease to another one?

What is the best way to upgrade from one realease to
another one, for example from 3.1 to 3.2?,, is there
an easy way, and secure way?

Regards Marco Melo
DigiSol Director
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Re: Best Way to ugrade to one realease to another one?

On Fri, Jan 31, 2003 at 08:27:47PM -0800, Marco Melo wrote:
> What is the best way to upgrade from one realease to
> another one, for example from 3.1 to 3.2?,, is there
> an easy way, and secure way?

Boot from the CD you bought and select (U)pgrade.
It won't overwrite your files en /etc and /var. You will have to modify
them by hand merging them with the content of etc32.tgz

> 
> Regards Marco Melo
> DigiSol Director
> Yahoo! Mail Plus - Powerful. Affordable. Sign up now.
> http://mailplus.yahoo.com
> 

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Jason Dixon | 1 Feb 05:46 2003
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Re: Best Way to ugrade to one realease to another one?

Marco, I've bit my tongue this long, but you're just showing no signs of
improvement.  Every post you've originated since joining the list has
revealed your continued refusal to invest ANY of your own personal
effort in finding the answer.  I'm afraid I have no choice but to
publicly humiliate you.

Compiling the answers below took me all of 10 minutes browsing the
OpenBSD FAQ Table of Contents, and searching the MARC archives.  You
should be ashamed of your lack of effort.

-J.

On Fri, 2003-01-31 at 23:27, Marco Melo wrote:
> What is the best way to upgrade from one realease to
> another one, for example from 3.1 to 3.2?,, is there
> an easy way, and secure way?

http://openbsd.org/faq/upgrade-minifaq.html

On Sat, 2003-01-25 at 08:25, Marco Melo wrote:
> Is there an easy way to UPgrade to current?

http://openbsd.org/faq/upgrade-minifaq.html

On Tue, 2003-01-21 at 20:55, Marco Melo wrote:
> Any one can tell the experience on using OpenBSD on a
> Sparc Station 20 ? currently my Sparc is running Linux
> but y want to migrate to OBSD

http://openbsd.org/sparc.html
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Jason Dixon | 1 Feb 05:57 2003
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Re: Best Way to ugrade to one realease to another one?

On Fri, 2003-01-31 at 23:46, Jason Dixon wrote:

> On Sun, 2003-01-19 at 22:11, Marco Melo wrote:
> > Is there any supoport for VIA8233a sound card in
> > OpenBSD ?

http://www.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/man.cgi?query=auvia&sektion=4

Fucking linux cut-n-paste.

-J.

richard cranium | 1 Feb 06:41 2003
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apache rotatelogs boot problems

Does anyone even care about this problem? If you use rotatelogs in your
Apache configuration, and have httpd enabled in rc.conf, you get
'Terminated' just after httpd starts, and the system is asking for a
shell.

Why don't some of you jackasses stop arguing about bullshit for 2
seconds on misc and go fix this god damn bug you morons! Don't even
bother telling me to fix it myself, that is your job! I buy the god damn
CD every time, so fuck off! You stupid jerks! I hate you all for being
such a bunch of retarded loser jackasses who won't fix problems, they
just like to flame everyone and argue all day about whose hookers my $40
for the CD buys, when it isn't even for them so you should FUCK OFF!

Eat shit! You all sicken me.

FIX THE GOD DAMN ROTATELOGS BUG YOU FUCK
HEADS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11

Joshua Steele | 1 Feb 07:16 2003

Re: apache rotatelogs boot problems

Perhaps you should check out http://www.angermgmt.org or maybe even
better, try http://www.dont_be_an_ass.com

After you get done reading those, try looking at
http://www.openbsd.org/faq/faq10.html#httpdchroot

Furthermore, if you don't like OpenBSD, don't use it.  Sending messages
like this not only waste everyone's time, but your also plainly showing
everyone how much of a "jackass" you are.

> Does anyone even care about this problem? If you use rotatelogs in your
> Apache configuration, and have httpd enabled in rc.conf, you get
> 'Terminated' just after httpd starts, and the system is asking for a
> shell.
>
> Why don't some of you jackasses stop arguing about bullshit for 2
> seconds on misc and go fix this god damn bug you morons! Don't even
> bother telling me to fix it myself, that is your job! I buy the god damn
> CD every time, so fuck off! You stupid jerks! I hate you all for being
> such a bunch of retarded loser jackasses who won't fix problems, they
> just like to flame everyone and argue all day about whose hookers my $40
> for the CD buys, when it isn't even for them so you should FUCK OFF!
>
> Eat shit! You all sicken me.
>
> FIX THE GOD DAMN ROTATELOGS BUG YOU FUCK
> HEADS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11

dreamwvr@dreamwvr.com | 1 Feb 08:42 2003

Re: KerberLDAP (Re: openbsd yp security)

On Sat, Feb 01, 2003 at 10:48:24AM +0800, Lars Hansson wrote:
> On Fri, 31 Jan 2003 14:02:46 +0100
> Sebastian Stark <seb <at> todesplanet.de> wrote:
> 
> > Did you have success making the in-tree heimdal play with LDAP? You
> > need to recompile /usr/src/kerberosV after changing some stuff. The
> > problem lies in the definition of 'stuff'.
> 
> I should have been clearer; I did not mean the in-tree heimdal but 
> one built from source. 
OK. So the stock kerberos will not do it. That is good to know.
Much appreciate the pointer.

Best Regards,
dreamwvr <at> dreamwvr.com

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