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  • CVS log for wikisrc/wiki/sitemap.mdwn
    lines web commit by jym Don t list tmpl files Revision 1 1 download view text markup annotated select for diffs Sat Jul 3 15 56 03 2010 UTC 5 years 7 months ago by wiki Branches MAIN web commit by schmonz Move sitemap to its own page Diff request This form allows you to request diffs between any two revisions of a file You may select a symbolic revision

    Original URL path: https://wiki.netbsd.org/cgi-bin/cvsweb/wikisrc/wiki/sitemap.mdwn (2016-02-01)
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  • How to increase ulimit with rc.conf
    Release engineering Wiki Home Edit 1 comment Source History New RecentChanges NetBSD Wiki How to increase ulimit with rc conf Using apache as an example Create the file etc rc conf d apache and put in it start precmd ulimit n 1024 This should work for anything in rc conf You can also set a global rc conf ulimit by putting start precmd in etc rc conf itself RSS Atom

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/How_to_increase_ulimit_with_rc.conf/ (2016-02-01)
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  • adobe flash
    Edit Comment Source History New RecentChanges NetBSD Wiki adobe flash Adobe Flash Flash support is available in native NetBSD build browsers such as Mozilla Netscape Seamonkey Firefox and also in Opera Linux emulation Please enable official mozilla branding in pkgsrc if you wish to have official Mozilla Branding results in Firefox User Agent instead of mozilla buildname like for exmaple Minefield In order to enable flash support you have to do or check following steps 1 Linux emulation needs the folowing addition to etc fstab procfs usr pkg emul linux proc procfs rw linux Some Linux programs are expecting this to be available 2 Edit etc mk conf file to have ACCEPTABLE LICENSES flash license This will accept Adobe s EULA Please read it before you do 3 Install the actual flash plugin now it will automatically install the required Linux compatibility files cd usr pkgsrc multimedia adobe flash plugin make make install Run ldconfig chroot usr pkg emul linux bin bash ldconfig exit Install the plugin for firefox nspluginwrapper v i usr pkg lib netscape plugins libflashplayer so For flash support in Opera browser cd usr pkgsrc www opera plugins make make install Tell Opera where to find the

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/adobe_flash/ (2016-02-01)
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  • amis
    0 AMIs the images have a very small disk by default If you launch it with a larger disk it will resize the root file system on initial boot expanding it to the full size of your primary disk The 6 x AMIs default to a 5GB root file system and do not currently auto expand Note these AMIs send an email to the maintainer on first launch to help gauge usage amd64 x86 64 64 bit AMIs The following AMIs are for 64 bit instances NetBSD version us east 1 Virginia us west 1 N California us west 2 Oregon eu central 1 Frankfurt eu west 1 Ireland ap southeast 1 Singapore ap southeast 2 Sydney ap northeast 1 Tokyo sa east 1 Sao Paulo NetBSD 6 0 6 ami ee229a86 ami ab5a4fee ami 43e2ae73 ami c62d81b1 ami 6e98be3c ami c3402df9 ami 7decda7c ami 5fa61242 NetBSD 6 1 5 ami bc2c94d4 ami 415a4f04 ami 6ffbb75f ami f253ff85 ami 989bbdca ami 63402d59 ami 51e2d450 ami f1a511ec NetBSD 7 0 ami bc8fc8d6 ami 7b0b621b ami 9c9f8ffd ami 32e6f45e ami ac983ddf ami c8ea2bab ami 8a89d0e9 ami d7eeccb9 ami 51d0553d i386 32 bit AMIs The following AMIs are for 32 bit instances Note

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/amazon_ec2/amis/ (2016-02-01)
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  • build your own ami
    193 ebs Create and attach your NetBSD volumes We will have to create and attach two EBS volumes one to contain the Grub menu lst config file as well as the NetBSD kernel the other one will contain the root file system ec2 create volume s 1 z us east 1c 1GiB will be used for Grub and kernel VOLUME vol 24f88d4c 1 us east 1c creating 2011 02 18T00 06 21 0000 ec2 create volume s 5 z us east 1c 5GiB will contain the root file system VOLUME vol 36f88d5e 5 us east 1c creating 2011 02 18T00 06 32 0000 Wait until both volumes are marked as available ec2 describe volumes vol 24f88d4c vol 36f88d5e VOLUME vol 36f88d5e 5 us east 1c available 2011 02 18T00 06 32 0000 VOLUME vol 24f88d4c 1 us east 1c available 2011 02 18T00 06 21 0000 Attach them under dev sdf and dev sdg respectively ec2 attach volume vol 36f88d5e i i 5babe737 d dev sdf root file system ATTACHMENT vol 36f88d5e i 5babe737 dev sdf attaching 2011 02 18T00 13 53 0000 ec2 attach volume vol 24f88d4c i i 5babe737 d dev sdg Grub and kernel ATTACHMENT vol 24f88d4c i 5babe737 dev sdg attaching 2011 02 18T00 14 02 0000 Wait until both volumes are attached ec2 describe volumes vol 24f88d4c vol 36f88d5e VOLUME vol 36f88d5e 5 us east 1c in use 2011 02 18T00 06 32 0000 ATTACHMENT vol 36f88d5e i 5babe737 dev sdf attached 2011 02 18T00 14 00 0000 VOLUME vol 24f88d4c 1 us east 1c in use 2011 02 18T00 06 21 0000 ATTACHMENT vol 24f88d4c i 5babe737 dev sdg attached 2011 02 18T00 14 10 0000 Snapshots Before we can connect to our brand new instance we have to allow connections on SSH port 22 through the AWS EC2 firewall ec2 authorize default p 22 region us east 1 GROUP default PERMISSION default ALLOWS tcp 22 22 FROM CIDR 0 0 0 0 0 We can now upload the kernel and the NetBSD disk image created earlier NetBSD AMI img gz to our instance host Upload kernel to Linux AMI rsync aPv e ssh i EC2 SSH KEY usr obj sys arch amd64 compile XEN3 DOMU netbsd ec2 user ec2 67 202 24 108 compute 1 amazonaws com Upload disk image rsync aPv e ssh i EC2 SSH KEY NetBSD AMI img gz ec2 user ec2 67 202 24 108 compute 1 amazonaws com Then log in to the instance via its name We will format and mount the Grub partition create the menu lst file then copy files to their respective partitions ec2 describe instances i 5babe737 INSTANCE i 5babe737 ami 74f0061d ec2 67 202 24 108 compute 1 amazonaws com ip 10 99 86 193 ec2 internal running your ssh key pair name 0 t1 micro 2011 02 17T23 22 37 0000 us east 1c aki 427d952b monitoring disabled 67 202 24 108 10 99 86 193 ebs ssh i EC2 SSH

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/amazon_ec2/build_your_own_ami/ (2016-02-01)
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  • first steps
    a serie of numbers separated with dashes XXXX XXXX XXXX create or upload a X 509 certificate in PEM format Keep the private key in a safe place lastly generate Amazon EC2 key pairs that will be used for SSH access This step will be performed through the Amazon Management Console Note down the SSH Key Pair Name you chose Keep your credentials The different credentials created above will be used in various places of EC2 and by a myriad of commands You are advised to keep them easily accessible while still reasonably secure regarding their access Most EC2 tools expect them to be find through a set of environment variables For convenience you could store them under a ec2 directory inside your HOME ls ec2 cert SOMERANDOMKEY pem the X 509 certificate id rsa ec2 private RSA SSH key id rsa ec2 pub public RSA SSH key pk SOMERANDOMKEY pem the private key associated to the certificate then set the environment accordingly export EC2 PRIVATE KEY HOME ec2 pk SOMERANDOMKEY pem export EC2 CERT HOME ec2 cert SOMERANDOMKEY pem export EC2 SSH KEY HOME ec2 id rsa ec2 export EC2 SSH KEYNAME your ssh key pair name export EC2 ACCOUNT NUM XXXX XXXX XXXX export EC2 ACCESS KEY MYACCESSKEYID export EC2 SECRET KEY MYSECRETACCESSKEY Please note that the rest of the tutorial will assume that these variables are set Installing EC2 API tools NetBSD provides EC2 API tools to ease EC2 account management a little bit The package is found inside pkgsrc under misc ec2 api tools cd usr pkgsrc misc ec2 api tools make ACCEPTABLE LICENSES amazon software license install Package depends on Java so build will take some time to finish While it builds just continue reading EC2 vocabulary last notes Before starting to play with EC2

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/amazon_ec2/first_steps/ (2016-02-01)
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  • netbsd in 5 min
    and a valid Amazon Web Service account Once you are connected to the Amazon Management Console select the region you are interested in then click on the instance menu left part of the panel Look for the Launch Instance button Click on it choose the Classic Wizard then select Community AMIs Enter NetBSD in the search box wait a few seconds and a list of possible AMIs will appear Select the one you want then continue to the next step You can also obtain the IDs directly through NetBSD s AMI page You will eventually be asked to enter or create an SSH key pair This element is essential as it is the only way you have to login to your NetBSD instance remotely once it is started Choose the method you prefer You can provide your own key pair provided you have created one earlier or let Amazon generate one for you and download the resulting PEM file Finish by validating the instance creation While the machine starts up be sure to adjust the firewall rules under Security Groups to allow incoming traffic to SSH port 22 tcp from anywhere 0 0 0 0 0 If you offer other

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/amazon_ec2/netbsd_in_5_min/ (2016-02-01)
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  • archives
    Manual pages Wiki Support Problem report guide Report a bug Query bug database Security Community Blogs Mailing lists List archives Developers Browse source Cross reference Release engineering Projects list Ports History Emulators Packages Browse packages Release engineering Wiki Home Edit Comment Source History New RecentChanges NetBSD Wiki archives Browse through blog archives by year 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 Add a comment Links blog Last edited in the wee hours

    Original URL path: http://wiki.netbsd.org/archives/ (2016-02-01)
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