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πŸ‘½V6Shell(Jeff)🐑
Etsh (V6Shell) provides 2 ports of the original /bin/sh from V6 (circa 1975). Jeff develops / maintains this project. ❀♓
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πŸ‘½V6Shell(Jeff)🐑 11h
Replying to @v6shell
It's been back online for about an hour now. I'm just doing the post upgrade/update cleanup is all. Gearing up for a new etsh-current snapshot in a couple of days I am. ( yes, on Thanksgiving in the USA .. 2018-11-22 belongs to the calendar 1st, not a holiday :) )
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πŸ‘½V6Shell(Jeff)🐑 12h
Either way, you're starting from a good position since OpenSMTPD is safe, sane, and simple. Simplicity is the key. less really is more :) the same philosophy as OpenBSD httpd for me (:
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πŸ‘½V6Shell(Jeff)🐑 12h
You're welcome, Roman. I understand. I use BSD Mail ( /usr/bin/{Mail,mail,mailx} as my primary email client. It does a lot ( sensible from: to: cc: bcc: ).
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πŸ‘½V6Shell(Jeff)🐑 13h
My VM is offline for a quick 6.4-current upgrade/update. So, the etsh dot up website is offline atm too. We'll be back soon.
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πŸ‘½V6Shell(Jeff)🐑 13h
The program is simple to write. In fact, we have a perfect example to use for a starting point. I'm reading it again now. It's the anoncvssh.c prog that the OpenBSD peeps wrote aeons ago. We could modify it. I could do it for you if I know the command line arguments for sendmail.
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πŸ‘½V6Shell(Jeff)🐑 13h
Replying to @romanzolotarev
Gotcha. My first though is to ditch the shell and write a teeny tiny C prog to execute smtpctl/send mail ... But hmmm, why don't just send it with BSD Mail ??
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πŸ‘½V6Shell(Jeff)🐑 14h
What shell script are you trying to lock down? Run it as a unique user who isn't a member of any standard OpenBSD groups. You might be able to do something via /etc/login.conf (by reducing it's available resources (fds))? Just some ideas... Otherwise, just write the script well.
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πŸ‘½V6Shell(Jeff)🐑 14h
Replying to @romanzolotarev
Hahaha!!! :D My type 1 diabetes (T1D) may not be a "disease" (in my book)... But JavaScript sure the bleep is!! ;) ( bleep bleep bleep 🀒😬 )
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πŸ‘½V6Shell(Jeff)🐑 retweeted
A quien Tuitea... Dios lo ayuda!!! 19h
Cultura general...
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πŸ‘½V6Shell(Jeff)🐑 Nov 19
Replying to @wjk1971
And in 1984 too, when I started . It was affordable then too. I agree with you, of course. And hello, by the way.
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πŸ‘½V6Shell(Jeff)🐑 Nov 19
@v6shell@mastodon.sdf.org πŸ”— - Los Cacahuates Tengo una canciΓ³n en mi cabeza/mente, y va cΓ³mo esa... La la la.. :) caaa caa hua te.. y mΓ‘s cΓ³mo eso... Jajajaj.. y si nada mΓ‘s, fue divertido ! Hurra :D :P ( buenas noches a todos, y feliz martes tambiΓ©n )
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πŸ‘½V6Shell(Jeff)🐑 Nov 19
Have fun though! :) ( typo: my previous reply: "chroot it" should be "chrooting it" )
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πŸ‘½V6Shell(Jeff)🐑 Nov 19
A couple things to note, if I may add... I wouldn't recommend trying to chroot cron, as it's a system service started at boot. See /var/?<whatever>?/cron/* for more details; exec? chroot it, won't work I think; it isn't a separate program, just a function of the shell...
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OpenBSD Nov 19
The OpenBSD Foundation announced that individual contributions from the OpenBSD community have exceeded $100,000 in 2018! These smaller, regular contributions are the backbone of longer term spending planning
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Reyk FlΓΆter Nov 19
Running OpenBSD on KVM? Please help testing the pvclock(4) guest driver that I posted on tech@: (Sorry for this nabble link, but is lagging behind)
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I use OpenBSD Nov 9
This account references all OpenBSD 🐑 users. Just follow to get listed.
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Ales Tepina Nov 18
. What would be the easiest way to get a short description of all packages without searching for each package?
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πŸ‘½V6Shell(Jeff)🐑 Nov 18
Replying to @v6shell
Scratch this. I found a fix for the problem w/ a config change. Now, I can use w/o my ssh connections dying on me because my client IP changed.
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πŸ‘½V6Shell(Jeff)🐑 Nov 18
Replying to @Mac_S13 @OpenBSDAms
...Intel CPUs? Well, has done much work to lessen the Intel CPU dangers... OpenBSD rocks for that, and many other reasons! :)
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MarcS πŸ‡¨πŸ‡­πŸ‡«πŸ‡·πŸ‡ͺπŸ‡Ί Nov 18
My friends, this is a message of support for your favorite web host. , He needs you !!!.πŸ˜ƒ Yes, I know, I know. These are processors intel, it's not good. But no one is perfect.πŸ˜”
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