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Posted almost 4 years ago
With the following commit, Theo de Raadt (deraadt@) released the song for OpenBSD 6.2! CVSROOT: /cvs Module name: www Changes by: deraadt@cvs.openbsd.org 2018/12/18 20:51:58 Modified files: . : 62.html lyrics.html Added files: ... [More] images : 62_right.gif Log message: Release the 6.2 song! This comes 13 months late 'cause things came up. That's a fine solstice present for puffy followers everywhere! [Less]
Posted about 4 years ago
With this commit, Florian Obser (florian@) enabled DNSSEC validation in the default unbound.conf(5) in -current: CVSROOT: /cvs Module name: src Changes by: florian@cvs.openbsd.org 2018/12/07 02:21:08 Modified files: etc : unbound.conf ... [More] Log message: Enable DNSSEC validation. Requested by & OK claudio Input & OK sthen OK job, solene Various commenting that they run with validation since a long time without issues. There's also a related entry in the "Following -current and using snapshots" FAQ. Update: The change has been reverted: CVSROOT: /cvs Module name: src Changes by: florian@cvs.openbsd.org 2018/12/11 12:16:36 Modified files: etc : unbound.conf Log message: the world is not ready for dnssec enabled by default [Less]
Posted about 4 years ago
With this commit, Florian Obser (florian@) enabled DNSSEC validation in the default unbound.conf(5) in -current: CVSROOT: /cvs Module name: src Changes by: florian@cvs.openbsd.org 2018/12/07 02:21:08 Modified files: etc : unbound.conf ... [More] Log message: Enable DNSSEC validation. Requested by & OK claudio Input & OK sthen OK job, solene Various commenting that they run with validation since a long time without issues. There's also a related entry in the "Following -current and using snapshots" FAQ. [Less]
Posted about 4 years ago
Gilles Chehade (gilles@) has written another piece on progress in OpenSMTPD development. -current now has proc filters!
Posted about 4 years ago
Otto Moerbeek (otto@) has issued a series of Mastodon messages explaining some of the the virtues of OpenBSD's malloc(3) implementation. They provide excellent reading in easily-digestible pieces.
Posted about 4 years ago
Job Snijders (job@) has written an article at Medium proposing rpki-client(1), a new, BSD-licensed RPKI validator. [ TL;DR—$1000 out of $20,000 USD has been pledged! ] As always, readers are encouraged to contribute!
Posted about 4 years ago
Job Snijders (job@) has written an article at Medium proposing rpki-client(1), a new, BSD-licensed RPKI validator. [ TL;DR—$1000 out of $20,000 USD has been pledged! ] As always, readers are encouraged to contribute! Update: As noted in the first ... [More] comment here, the article has been updated (already!) with good news - [ TL;DR—DONE! We reached the $20,000 fundraiser goal! Thank you NetNod, IIS.SE, SUNET & 6connect for supporting this effort! ] [Less]
Posted about 4 years ago
Claudio Jeker (claudio@) wrote in to let us know that he and Job Snijders (job@) have written an article about OpenBGPD for RIPE Labs. There has been a lot of activity from my side going to OpenBGPD. Thanks to some funding by RIPE NCC and many ... [More] European internet exchange points I was able to work full time on OpenBGPD for the last 6 month. The article covers why and what was done until now. [Also worthy of note are Claudio's slides from the recent DENOG10.] [Less]
Posted about 4 years ago
Right on the heels of the previous announcement, Kenneth R. Westerback (krw@) of the OpenBSD Foundation writes to inform us: The OpenBSD Foundation is happy to announce that individual contributions from the OpenBSD commnunity have again exceeded ... [More] $100,000, making the community the 2nd Iridium level donor for 2018! These smaller regular contributions are the backbone of longer term spending planning. The Foundation would like to thank all the individuals who made and continue to make regular monthly contributions. We'd like to thank Ken for sharing this piece of good news, and join him in thanking the larger community for their donations. If you haven't already (or want to add a donation), you can visit the donations page of the Foundation to make a contribution too. [Less]
Posted about 4 years ago
On his blog, joshua stein (jcs@) has a description of the hoops he jumped through to get stereo sound out of his Huawei Matebook X under OpenBSD (something that only worked under Windows with special drivers). His approach involves logging all PCI ... [More] device accesses by running Windows in QEMU under Linux with VFIO, parsing that, and making the OpenBSD azalia(4) driver do the same. Thanks to joshua for the interesting write-up! [Less]