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    I met with about 40 other developers from various projects mostly Debian but also Arch Linux FreeBSD Guix Homebrew MacPorts Tor and some others in Athens for a three day conference about reproducible builds i e the task of getting the same binaries from the same source on a particular platform The advantages are better verifyability that the source code matches the binaries thus addressing one of the many steps one has to check before trusting the software one runs We discussed various topics during the conference in small groups technical aspects how to achieve this how to cooperate over distributions social aspects how to argue for it with programmers managers lay people financial aspects how to get funding for such work lots of other stuff For NetBSD there are two parts Making the base system reproducible a big part of the work for this has already been done but there a number of open issues visible e g in Debian s regularly scheduled test builds up to the fact that this is not the default yet Making pkgsrc reproducible This will be a huge task since pkgsrc targets so many and diverse platforms On the other hand we have a very good framework below that that should help For giggles I ve compared the binary packages for png built on 7 99 22 and 7 99 23 in my chrooted pbulk only though and found that most differences were indeed only timestamps So there s probably a lot of low hanging fruit in this area as well If you want to help here are some ideas fix the MKREPRO bugs like PRs 48355 48637 48638 50119 50120 50122 check https reproducible debian net netbsd netbsd html for more issues or do your own tests discuss turning on MKREPRO by

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    Guide 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 2016 2016 Months Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Add a comment Last edited late

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    Murdock Founder of Debian 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 William J Coldwell NetBSD Blog In Memoriam Ian Murdock Founder of Debian NetBSD would like to express our condolences on the passing of Ian Murdock He was one of the pillars of open source software development and distribution

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    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 2016 03 Mar 2016 S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

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    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 2016 10 Oct 2016 S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

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    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 2016 11 Nov 2016 S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23

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  • asterisk
    Home Edit Comment Source History New RecentChanges NetBSD Wiki asterisk Asterisk allows you to utilize a NetBSD machine for telephone conversations To install asterisk do cd usr pkgsrc comms asterisk make install To run asterisk during machine start add into rc local file following usr pkg sbin asterisk Configuration files of asterisk are located at usr pkg etc asterisk List of devices which work well with Asterisk under NetBSD Asotel 2FXO2FXS Asotel 6FXO D Link DPH 80S sip D Link DPH 120S D Link DVG 2004S D Link DVG 3004S D Link DVG 2032S Sipura SPA901 Sipura SPA3102 List of devices which do not work well AddPac AP1100F 8FXO AudioCodes 8FXO D Link DVG 2032S 32FXO Sipura SPA400 To register each FXO FXS device in asterisk you should add it into the sip conf file as follows 1001 type friend host dynamic insecure yes Where 1001 is the number to call this device Each device may have the appropriate number After adding devices into the configuration file do reload configuration asterisk r CLI sip reload To enable dialing of registered devices you should create a basic dialing plan and add this dialing plan into the extentions conf file For an

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  • blog
    only It will require merging some changes for aarch64 that Matt Thomas already made which also include a switch of mips to the generic pmap implementation and unfortunately do not yet work on some mips variants I plan to use my machine once it runs NetBSD to do regular test runs of course But there are a lot of other things to do first starting with soldering the serial console However I am about to leave for EuroBSDCon 2015 so this will have to wait until next week P S I am also still hoping for a 64bit tegra k1 based Chromebook with free enough boot loader to run NetBSD I need to replace my aging huge and heavy amd64 notebook finally Posted at teatime on Wednesday September 30th 2015 Tags blog Thomas Klausner NetBSD Blog pkgsrc wip migrating to NetBSD org git If everything goes as planned the pkgsrc wip CVS repository will be converted to git and hosted on NetBSD org by end of September In July we cleaned up the repository so it can be converted easily since then we ve been working on the infrastructure and details of the conversion The main tasks are now finished We have set up a server for it which hosts a preliminary git conversion on wip pkgsrc org of the CVS repository created a mailing list for the commit messages pkgsrc wip changes and prepared a list of authors for the conversion We ve also provided a conversion of pkgsrc wip based on data from July so that it can be tested on nearly live data If you are interested in beta testing the setup send a suggestion for a username and an SSH public key to me Details on how to test are on the NetBSD wiki but will probably change some more over time We still need help for the conversion if you are or were a wip contributor please let me know by September 15 what name and email to use for the conversion from CVS to git This conversion will not be done again so after that date the commit data will be final Posted Monday evening August 31st 2015 Tags blog snj NetBSD Blog NetBSD 7 0 RC3 On behalf of the NetBSD release engineering team it is my distinct pleasure to announce that the third release candidate of NetBSD 7 0 is now available for download As the old Schoolhouse Rock song tells us three is a magic number We re hoping that RC3 will be the magic last release candidate of 7 0 Some of the changes since 7 0 RC2 are Add a resize root boot operation disabled by default If resize root YES in rc conf then the system attempts to resize the root file system to fill its partition prior to mounting read write Enable SMP on Raspberry Pi 2 evbarm Rename beagleboard img to armv7 img The new image includes the same kernels as beagleboard img plus support for Raspberry Pi 2 ODROID C1 Cubieboard2 Cubietruck Hummingbird A31 and Banana Pi evbarm For armv7 img and rpi img enable support for auto growing the SD card root filesystem Various DRMKMS stability improvements Avoid kernel panic on starting X on Intel 855GM machines PR kern 49875 Fix an uninitalized lock panic when trying to start a Xen kernel with LOCKDEBUG and more than one vcpu Fix an issue where x86 microcode updates could fail if memory was not 16 byte aligned Fix an IPFilter panic macppc Fix ofwboot failure on PowerPC 603 machines OpenSSH Apply fix for CVE 2015 5600 Fix an issue where fsck ffs didn t properly handle replaying a WAPBL journal on disks with non DEV BSIZE sectors Fix error in the setlist scripts that resulted in bin being missing from the base set PR bin 50109 Make libperfuse handle resource limits properly Make uplcom 4 suspend resume Fix case where coretemp 4 didn t attach on some newer CPUs Avoid hanging on some machines after attaching ehci 4 Fix crash on oboe 4 attach PR port i386 50076 mountd 8 Write the correct pid is written to pidfile PR bin 50125 patch 1 Guard against malicious filenames and substitution commands patch 1 Drop SCCS support ypserv 8 When transferring a secure map to a slave server don t lose the secure flag PR bin 50057 resize ffs 8 Make get dev size work on regular files too Add c to check to see if grow shrink is required Divide by DEV BSIZE when returning size of file Handle case in grow where last cylinder group is too small for ufs2 Add a p flag which displays a progress bar disklabel 8 Fix a bug that resulted in sun2 liveimages being non bootable Update libXi to 1 7 4 Update BIND to 9 10 2 P3 The full list of changes can be found near the bottom of http ftp NetBSD org pub NetBSD NetBSD 7 0 RC3 CHANGES 7 0 Binaries of NetBSD 7 0 RC3 are available for download at http ftp NetBSD org pub NetBSD NetBSD 7 0 RC3 Those who prefer to build from source can either use the netbsd 7 0 RC3 tag or follow the netbsd 7 branch As always please let us know how 7 0 RC3 works for you Any feedback whether good or bad is welcome Problems should be reported through the usual channels submit a PR or write to the appropriate list More general feedback is welcome at releng NetBSD org Posted Tuesday evening August 18th 2015 Tags blog snj NetBSD Blog NetBSD 7 0 RC2 On behalf of the NetBSD project it is my pleasure to announce the second release candidate of NetBSD 7 0 Some of the changes since 7 0 RC1 are OpenSSL updated to 1 0 1p BIND updated to 9 10 2 P2 IPSEC support is now included by default in Xen kernels Fix several security issues in calendar 1 installboot 8 now supports wedge names Fix a quota panic when using WAPBL PR 49948 Fix a memory leak in the drm2 code Avoid an X crash on i915 DRMKMS Add a postinstall 8 check to ensure that etc man conf reflects the modern mandoc world PR 50020 Add a postinstall 8 check to ensure that etc fonts fonts conf is up to date tset 1 Fix handling of the erase character gdb 1 Fix attaching to a running process again after previously detaching NPF handle unregistered interfaces correctly npfctl 8 Fix a NULL dereference zgrep 1 suppress the prefixing of filename on output when only one file is specified to match grep 1 s output Fix lrint x and llrint x when x is larger than 2 51 PR 49690 Bump MAXTSIZ and MAXDSIZ on amiga fixing gcc 4 8 execution Fix MKCTF yes on drm2 kernels Make clock t unsigned int everywhere so it s the same on LP64 and IPL32 architectures arm if halt is requested and there is no console keep looping instead of rebooting sparc64 Fix booting of kernels with more than 4 MB combined data and bss segments powerpc Fix occasional FPU register corruption PR 50037 m68k Fix atomic cas 8 16 and sync bool compare and swap 1 2 4 PR 49995 The full list of changes can be found near the bottom of http ftp NetBSD org pub NetBSD NetBSD 7 0 RC2 CHANGES 7 0 Binaries of NetBSD 7 0 RC2 are available for download at http ftp NetBSD org pub NetBSD NetBSD 7 0 RC2 Those who prefer to build from source can either use the netbsd 7 0 RC2 tag or follow the netbsd 7 branch As always please let us know how 7 0 RC2 works for you Any feedback whether good or bad is welcome Problems should be reported through the usual channels submit a PR or write to the appropriate list More general feedback is welcome at releng NetBSD org Posted late Tuesday afternoon July 28th 2015 Tags blog jmcneill NetBSD Blog NetBSD on the NVIDIA Jetson TK1 The NVIDIA Jetson TK1 is a quad core ARMv7 development board that features an NVIDIA Tegra K1 32 bit SoC quad core Cortex A15 2 3GHz 2GB RAM gigabit ethernet SATA HDMI mini PCIE and more Since my last status update on the port HDMI video and audio support have been added along with a handful of stability fixes NetBSD current includes support for this board with the JETSONTK1 kernel The following hardware is supported Cortex A15 multiprocessor CPU frequency scaling ARM generic timer Clock and reset controller GPIO controller MPIO pinmux controller Memory controller Power management controller I2C controller UART serial console Watchdog timer SDMMC controller USB 2 0 controller AHCI SATA controller HD audio controller HDMI audio HDMI framebuffer console PCI express controller including mini PCIE slot On board Realtek 8111G gigabit ethernet Serial EEPROM Temperature sensor RF kill switch Power button Of course Xorg works too See the NetBSD evbarm on NVIDIA Tegra wiki page for more details Copyright c 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 The NetBSD Foundation Inc All rights reserved Copyright c 1982 1986 1989 1991 1993 The Regents of the University of California All rights reserved NetBSD 7 99 20 JETSONTK1 189 Sat Jul 25 12 47 31 ADT 2015 jmcneill megatron local Users jmcneill netbsd src sys arch evbarm compile obj JETSONTK1 total memory 2047 MB avail memory 2021 MB sysctl createv sysctl create machine arch returned 17 timecounter Timecounters tick every 10 000 msec mainbus0 root cpu0 at mainbus0 core 0 2292 MHz Cortex A15 r3p3 Cortex V7A core cpu0 DC enabled IC enabled WB disabled EABT branch prediction enabled cpu0 sctlr 0xc51c7d cpu0 actlr 0x80000041 cpu0 revidr 0 cpu0 mpidr 0x80000000 cpu0 isar 0 0x2101110 1 0x13112111 2 0x21232041 3 0x11112131 4 0x10011142 5 0 cpu0 mmfr 0 0x10201105 1 0x40000000 2 0x1240000 3 0x2102211 cpu0 pfr 0 0x1131 1 0x11011 cpu0 32KB 64B 2 way L1 PIPT Instruction cache cpu0 32KB 64B 2 way write back locking C L1 PIPT Data cache cpu0 2048KB 64B 16 way write through L2 PIPT Unified cache vfp0 at cpu0 NEON MPE VFP 3 0 rounding NaN propagation denormals vfp0 mvfr 0 0x10110222 1 0x11111111 cpu1 at mainbus0 core 1 cpu2 at mainbus0 core 2 cpu3 at mainbus0 core 3 armperiph0 at mainbus0 armgic0 at armperiph0 Generic Interrupt Controller 192 sources 183 valid armgic0 32 Priorities 160 SPIs 7 PPIs 16 SGIs armgtmr0 at armperiph0 ARMv7 Generic 64 bit Timer 12000 kHz armgtmr0 interrupting on irq 27 timecounter Timecounter armgtmr0 frequency 12000000 Hz quality 500 tegraio0 at mainbus0 Tegra K1 T124 tegracar0 at tegraio0 CAR tegracar0 PLLX 2292000000 Hz tegracar0 PLLC 88000000 Hz tegracar0 PLLE 292968 Hz tegracar0 PLLU 480000000 Hz tegracar0 PLLP0 408000000 Hz tegracar0 PLLD2 594000000 Hz tegragpio0 at tegraio0 GPIO gpio0 at tegragpio0 A 8 pins gpio1 at tegragpio0 B 8 pins gpio2 at tegragpio0 C 8 pins gpio3 at tegragpio0 D 8 pins gpio4 at tegragpio0 E 8 pins gpio5 at tegragpio0 F 8 pins gpio6 at tegragpio0 G 8 pins gpio7 at tegragpio0 H 8 pins gpio8 at tegragpio0 I 8 pins gpio9 at tegragpio0 J 8 pins gpio10 at tegragpio0 K 8 pins gpio11 at tegragpio0 L 8 pins gpio12 at tegragpio0 M 8 pins gpio13 at tegragpio0 N 8 pins gpio14 at tegragpio0 O 8 pins gpio15 at tegragpio0 P 8 pins gpio16 at tegragpio0 Q 8 pins gpiobutton0 at gpio16 pins 0 Power button gpio17 at tegragpio0 R 8 pins gpio18 at tegragpio0 S 8 pins gpio19 at tegragpio0 T 8 pins gpio20 at tegragpio0 U 8 pins gpio21 at tegragpio0 V 8 pins gpio22 at tegragpio0 W 8 pins gpio23 at tegragpio0 X 8 pins gpiorfkill0 at gpio23 pins 7 gpio24 at tegragpio0 Y 8 pins gpio25 at tegragpio0 Z 8 pins gpio26 at tegragpio0 AA 8 pins gpio27 at tegragpio0 BB 8 pins gpio28 at tegragpio0 CC 8 pins gpio29 at tegragpio0 DD 8 pins gpio30 at tegragpio0 EE 8 pins tegratimer0 at tegraio0 Timers tegratimer0 default watchdog period is 10 seconds tegramc0 at tegraio0 MC tegrapmc0 at tegraio0 PMC tegraxusbpad0 at tegraio0 XUSB PADCTL tegrampio0 at tegraio0 MPIO tegrai2c0 at tegraio0 port 0 I2C1 tegrai2c0 interrupting on irq 70 iic0 at tegrai2c0 I2C bus seeprom0 at iic0 addr 0x56 AT24Cxx or compatible EEPROM size 256 titemp0 at iic0 addr 0x4c TMP451 tegrai2c1 at tegraio0 port 1 I2C2 tegrai2c1 interrupting on irq 116 iic1 at tegrai2c1 I2C bus tegrai2c2 at tegraio0 port 2 I2C3 tegrai2c2 interrupting on irq 124 iic2 at tegrai2c2 I2C bus tegrai2c3 at tegraio0 port 3 I2C4 tegrai2c3 interrupting on irq 152 iic3 at tegrai2c3 I2C bus ddc0 at iic3 addr 0x50 DDC tegrai2c4 at tegraio0 port 4 I2C5 tegrai2c4 interrupting on irq 85 iic4 at tegrai2c4 I2C bus com3 at tegraio0 port 3 ns16550a working fifo com3 console tegrartc0 at tegraio0 RTC sdhc2 at tegraio0 port 2 SDMMC3 sdhc2 interrupting on irq 51 sdhc2 SDHC 4 0 rev 3 DMA 48000 kHz 3 0V 3 3V 4096 byte blocks sdmmc2 at sdhc2 slot 0 ahcisata0 at tegraio0 SATA ahcisata0 interrupting on irq 55 ahcisata0 AHCI revision 1 31 2 ports 32 slots CAP 0xe620ff01 PSC SSC PMD ISS 0x2 Gen2 SAL SALP SSNTF SNCQ S64A atabus0 at ahcisata0 channel 0 hdaudio0 at tegraio0 HDA hdaudio0 interrupting on irq 113 hdafg0 at hdaudio0 NVIDIA Tegra124 HDMI hdafg0 HDMI00 8ch Digital Out Jack hdafg0 8ch 0ch 48000Hz PCM16 audio0 at hdafg0 full duplex playback capture mmap independent ehci0 at tegraio0 port 0 USB1 ehci0 interrupting on irq 52 ehci0 EHCI version 1 10 ehci0 switching to host mode usb0 at ehci0 USB revision 2 0 ehci1 at tegraio0 port 1 USB2 ehci1 interrupting on irq 53 ehci1 EHCI version 1 10 ehci1 switching to host mode usb1 at ehci1 USB revision 2 0 ehci2 at tegraio0 port 2 USB3 ehci2 interrupting on irq 129 ehci2 EHCI version 1 10 ehci2 switching to host mode usb2 at ehci2 USB revision 2 0 tegrahost1x0 at tegraio0 HOST1X tegradc0 at tegraio0 port 0 DISPLAYA tegradc1 at tegraio0 port 1 DISPLAYB tegrahdmi0 at tegraio0 HDMI tegrahdmi0 display connected no data for est mode 640x480x67 tegrahdmi0 connected to HDMI display genfb0 at tegradc1 output tegrahdmi0 genfb0 framebuffer at 0x9ab00000 size 1920x1080 depth 32 stride 7680 wsdisplay0 at genfb0 kbdmux 1 wsmux1 connecting to wsdisplay0 wsdisplay0 screen 0 3 added default vt100 emulation tegrapcie0 at tegraio0 PCIE tegrapcie0 interrupting on irq 130 pci0 at tegrapcie0 bus 0 pci0 memory space enabled rd line rd mult wr inv ok ppb0 at pci0 dev 0 function 0 vendor 10de product 0e12 rev 0xa1 ppb0 PCI Express capability version 2 Root Port of PCI E Root Complex x2 5 0GT s ppb0 link is x1 2 5GT s pci1 at ppb0 bus 1 pci1 memory space enabled rd line wr inv ok athn0 at pci1 dev 0 function 0athn0 Atheros AR9285 athn0 rev 2 1T1R ROM rev 13 address 00 17 c4 d7 d0 58 athn0 interrupting at irq 130 athn0 11b rates 1Mbps 2Mbps 5 5Mbps 11Mbps athn0 11g rates 1Mbps 2Mbps 5 5Mbps 11Mbps 6Mbps 9Mbps 12Mbps 18Mbps 24Mbps 36Mbps 48Mbps 54Mbps ppb1 at pci0 dev 1 function 0 vendor 10de product 0e13 rev 0xa1 ppb1 PCI Express capability version 2 Root Port of PCI E Root Complex x1 5 0GT s ppb1 link is x1 2 5GT s pci2 at ppb1 bus 2 pci2 memory space enabled rd line wr inv ok re0 at pci2 dev 0 function 0 RealTek 8168 8111 PCIe Gigabit Ethernet rev 0x0c re0 interrupting at irq 130 re0 Ethernet address 00 04 4b 2f 51 a2 re0 using 512 tx descriptors rgephy0 at re0 phy 7 RTL8251 1000BASE T media interface rev 0 rgephy0 10baseT 10baseT FDX 100baseTX 100baseTX FDX 1000baseT FDX auto timecounter Timecounter clockinterrupt frequency 100 Hz quality 0 cpu2 2292 MHz Cortex A15 r3p3 Cortex V7A core cpu2 DC enabled IC enabled WB disabled EABT branch prediction enabled cpu2 sctlr 0xc51c7d cpu2 actlr 0x80000040 cpu2 revidr 0 cpu2 mpidr 0x80000002 cpu2 isar 0 0x2101110 1 0x13112111 2 0x21232041 3 0x11112131 4 0x10011142 5 0 cpu2 mmfr 0 0x10201105 1 0x40000000 2 0x1240000 3 0x2102211 cpu2 pfr 0 0x1131 1 0x11011 cpu2 32KB 64B 2 way L1 PIPT Instruction cache cpu2 32KB 64B 2 way write back locking C L1 PIPT Data cache cpu2 2048KB 64B 16 way write through L2 PIPT Unified cache vfp2 at cpu2 NEON MPE VFP 3 0 rounding NaN propagation denormals vfp2 mvfr 0 0x10110222 1 0x11111111 cpu1 2292 MHz Cortex A15 r3p3 Cortex V7A core cpu1 DC enabled IC enabled WB disabled EABT branch prediction enabled cpu1 sctlr 0xc51c7d cpu1 actlr 0x80000040 cpu1 revidr 0 cpu1 mpidr 0x80000001 cpu1 isar 0 0x2101110 1 0x13112111 2 0x21232041 3 0x11112131 4 0x10011142 5 0 cpu1 mmfr 0 0x10201105 1 0x40000000 2 0x1240000 3 0x2102211 cpu1 pfr 0 0x1131 1 0x11011 cpu1 32KB 64B 2 way L1 PIPT Instruction cache cpu1 32KB 64B 2 way write back locking C L1 PIPT Data cache cpu1 2048KB 64B 16 way write through L2 PIPT Unified cache vfp1 at cpu1 NEON MPE VFP 3 0 rounding NaN propagation denormals vfp1 mvfr 0 0x10110222 1 0x11111111 cpu3 2292 MHz Cortex A15 r3p3 Cortex V7A core cpu3 DC enabled IC enabled WB disabled EABT branch prediction enabled cpu3 sctlr 0xc51c7d cpu3 actlr 0x80000040 cpu3 revidr 0 cpu3 mpidr 0x80000003 cpu3 isar 0 0x2101110 1 0x13112111 2 0x21232041 3 0x11112131 4 0x10011142 5 0 cpu3 mmfr 0 0x10201105 1 0x40000000 2 0x1240000 3 0x2102211 cpu3 pfr 0 0x1131 1 0x11011 cpu3 32KB 64B 2 way L1 PIPT Instruction cache cpu3 32KB 64B 2 way write back locking C L1 PIPT Data cache cpu3 2048KB 64B 16 way write through L2 PIPT Unified cache vfp3 at cpu3 NEON MPE VFP 3 0 rounding NaN propagation denormals vfp3 mvfr 0 0x10110222

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