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  • It's Official: The OpenSSL Overhaul Is A Fork: Welcome LibreSSL in OpenBSD 5.6
    Yes, it's official. The recent work in cleaning up OpenSSL is now officially a fork, with its own website and donation link.

    The project's name going forward is LibreSSL, and according to the (so far spartan) website, the first release will be included in OpenBSD 5.6, which is expected to be released November 1st, 2014.


  • Faster and more capable whatis(1)/apropos(1)

    Not one to get lost in the OpenSSL/m2k14 shuffle, Ingo Schwarze (schwarze@) has, after much work and improvement, updated the man page search functionality:

    Date: Fri, 18 Apr 2014 04:00:48 -0600 (MDT)
    From: Ingo Schwarze 
    To: source-changes@cvs.openbsd.org
    Subject: CVS: cvs.openbsd.org: src
    CVSROOT:        /cvs
    Module name:    src
    Changes by:     schwarze@cvs.openbsd.org        2014/04/18 04:00:48
    Modified files:
            etc            : weekly
            libexec        : Makefile
            usr.bin        : Makefile
            usr.bin/mandoc : Makefile
            usr.sbin/pkg_add/OpenBSD: Add.pm Delete.pm Paths.pm PkgCreate.pm
            share/man      : Makefile
            share/man/man8 : daily.8
    Log message:
    Switch to the new makewhatis(8)/apropos(1)/whatis(1) combo.
    "commit the switch now" espie@  "go for it" deraadt@
    See the apropos(1) manual for a description of what's new.
    On machines where you want the full functionality,
    run "sudo makewhatis" and put "MAKEWHATISARGS=' '" into weekly.local(8).
    Otherwise, when upgrading via source, run "sudo makewhatis -Q".

  • Call for Testing: vlan(4) improvements (Update updated)

    Henning Brauer (henning@) writes in to let us know that he has some vlan(4) improvements in the pipeline:

    so, on vlan, to insert the vlan tag, we right now:
    -copy (most of) the existing ethernet header into a ether_vlan_header
     on the stack
    -fill the extra fields (tag, inside ether type) in ether_vlan_header
    -set the ether type
    -m_adj() to make room for the extra space ether_vlan_header needs
    -m_copyback the ether_vlan_header into the mbuf
    that involves moving data around, which isn't all that cheap.
    now it turns out it is trivial to have ether_output prepend the
    ether_vlan_header instead of the regular ethernet header, which makes
    the vlan tagging essentially free in most cases.
    you need a very current src tree to test this, relies on the code
    shuffling in if_ethersubr.c I did a few hours ago.

    If you have a setup that involves vlan(4), you can test by applying the patchthe updated patchbuilding from source and pushing some packets. As always, widespread testing is key to the continued quality of our releases.

  • ALTQ removed from -current
    In between all the OpenSSL sound and fury it could have been easy to miss, but one of the likely Big News candidates for OpenBSD 5.6 just happened: Removal of the ALTQ traffic shaping system.

    The commit message by Henning Brauer (henning@) reads:

    CVSROOT:	/cvs
    Module name:	src
    Changes by:	henning@cvs.openbsd.org	2014/04/19 04:07:44
    Modified files:
    	sys/conf       : GENERIC 
    Log message:
    -option ALTQ

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