An update to my iOS Gopher client is now out.
The main changes:
- fix crashes when searching for non-ASCII characters.
- fix display of directories with servers that do not send the proper line endings
- fix settings display on iPad
- recognizes errors (type 3)
Work on the next update will commence next week. (I'm hoping to improve the history handling, make improvements to the settings screen, and finish support for the 'w' type from @kensanata)
Please remember that hardware donations to individual developers is also very helpful & important: https://www.openbsd.org/want.html #OpenBSD https://twitter.com/OpenBSD_www/status/967405639495372801
For those who were interested in my IKEv2 issue on #OpenBSD the situation is currently as follows:
• the fibre the two firewalls is connected to suffers from micro-outages of 30-50 seconds,
• the symptom is that the SAs eventually disappear from ipsecctl -s all
• the solution is, currently, to route traffic via the backup firewalls with another provider with 1/2 the bandwidth… thank goodness for carp demote and OSPF integration :)
#OpenSSH just gained it's first post-quantum signature algorithm, the eXtended Merkle Signature Scheme (XMSS): https://marc.info/?l=openbsd-cvs&m=151940152732492&w=2
where is SeaBIOS built for /etc/firmware/vmm-bios? where can I find out more about SGABIOS for SeaBIOS? I want to try my hand at building my own SeaBIOS images for vmm(4). All I've found are release note bullet points, and undeadly articles linking to mailing list archives.
@cynicalsecurity KubeADM doesn't like swap partitions. Now, no where (except the depths of GitHub Issues, perhaps) does it say why. Only that it does not. So I go to disable swap partitions on Ubuntu.
sudo swapoff -a
but no! a challenger appears -- systemd automounts a swap partition if it detects one!!!
WHAT IS EVEN FSTAB FOR, THEN?!?!
so much frustration...
I am rapidly losing hope of finding a suitable replacement for my hosted x86 boxen at home using ARM :( This saddens me infinitely.
I had promised an update about my PINE64-LTS project (http://pine64.org):
* discovered the hard way that you cannot boot from eMMC,
* discovered the hard way that no #FreeBSD image boots on the PINE64-LTS
* about to try one of their horrible Linsux images.
For reference: the PINE64-LTS “looks like” a SOPINE, *NOT* a PINE64 (which is currently available only in 512M/1G variants and does not support eMMC which I wanted).
I would also recommend waiting for the PINE64H...
the link where this is occurring and the other links is that this one is somewhat less reliable (routing flaps, etc.) but, as one side is passive and the other active, I am assuming that even if the link is interrupted during rekeying it should “insist” and eventually rekey.
I cannot find any other logical explanation as everything else is setup identically (iked.conf & ipsec.conf are auto-generated, etc.).
Anyone with ideas? I have already increased logging and am waiting for the SAs to drop.
Am having an interesting problem with #OpenBSD 6.1 iked:
I have 80 IPsec transports set up to “cover” GIF tunnels between static IP endpoints, all OpenBSD 6.1. They were recently migrated from an ISAKMPd setup to IKEv2 using iked and they work splendidly except four of them.
For some bizarre reason two firewalls eventually “drop” off and the only symptom is that the SAs disappear as if the rekeying by iked fails and yet there is nothing obvious in the logs.
The only difference between...
About 1/3 of people with depression have high levels of inflammation markers in their blood. An explanation of the correlation is that inflammation appears to reduce signaling between brain regions associated with ability to experience pleasure: motivation and reward. http://medicalxpress.com/news/2015-11-inflammation-linked-weakened-reward-circuits.html
So, not a surprise that there is a strong dietary quality correlation: processed food eaters (controlling for an array of other factors) were 58% more likely to suffer depression. http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/health/8334353.stm
This is in response to https://marc.info/?l=openbsd-misc&m=151864495829659&w=2 (⚠️ potential confusion alert: That post contains top-posting!)
Remember the thing about outlook.com abuse team not actually being available to non-customers? My writeup "A Life Lesson in Mishandling SMTP Sender Verification" has the description and data: https://bsdly.blogspot.com/2018/02/a-life-lesson-in-mishandling-smtp.html
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@cynicalsecurity As a cubesat operator, I agree wholeheartedly with the general sentiment but the more I've looked into the FH profile the more I'm wavering tbh
I guess my position is that I'm okay with no riders having been on /this flight profile/, but also, I'd sure like to see firmer proof that there was no workable flight profile that would achieve primary mission goal and also be useful for secondary payloads
Any recommendations who else I could follow?
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Oh the pointless nature of the birdsite… @qrs posts a link to a 1995 paper which suggests that speculative execution and reliability don’t go together and everyone up in arms: “they knew!”.
Of course “they knew”: every single CPU manufacturer embroiled in the “MHz wars” had to go down the speculative execution & OoO path to keep up! The alternative was to go VLIW and we all know how that went (OK, Elbrus insists).
Ha, just applied for "the ultimate dream job" which, sadly, I cannot yet share.
If I fail miserably I will make sure to let you all know what it would have been :)
I would like to thank the guys shooting the bird site timeline with the magic Indic character: I've spent far more time on Mastodon, found new people to follow, read rather interesting timelines and spent time on a fascinating AS/400 book recommended by @bhtooefr ("Fortress Rochester: The Inside Story of the IBM ISeries", https://books.google.it/books/about/Fortress_Rochester.html?id=ypJmzqt7JdUC&redir_esc=y).
It is turning into a huge source of inspiration for some of my projects so thank you @bhtooefr & thank you Indic iOS/macOS bird site killer!