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- Jun 14 2016, 4:15 PM (143 w, 6 d)
Sep 5 2018
Thanks for fixing! Took me half a day today to figure this out :)
In "broken" mode, no, as clients will refuse to sync to an unsynchrinized server. That's how I stumbled across this in first place.
In "fixed" mode, once NTPd is synced again, clients will fetch time from VyOS. On my testbed, I have this (now working) config:
Aug 12 2018
Feb 18 2018
I seem to be wrong with my initial statement where to set the version. The file debian/vyatta-wireless/DEBIAN/control is not even in version control and I can't seem to find a hint on where this version string 0.3.41+vyos2+current1 really comes from.
Feb 11 2018
Pull request sent. Please consider for merge.
Cheers @c-po! Unfortunately, the build failed with reference to "clearfog". Do you know what this is or if I could fix this somehow in vyatta-wireless?
Right now, I have no idea...
Feb 4 2018
As pointed out in T529#11515, I rewrote this command to now do the following:
Feb 3 2018
I'd like to prompt for a decision:
Jan 30 2018
Jan 28 2018
I'll be available this Monday and Thursday after 21:30 until 23:30 CET.
I agree with your approach on handing in bug reports and feature requests. What I try to figure out is how folks trying to solve these bugs and implement feature requests would best approach maintainers. Since there is very few maintainers and they spend their spare time on VyOS project maintainance, I think there should be guidelines for folks (like me) on how to hand in code for review - and maybe how not to. This, I hope, would allow maintainers to accept more pull requests with less use of their valuable spare time.
Jan 27 2018
Jan 26 2018
Jan 23 2018
Pull request created: https://github.com/vyos/vyatta-wireless/pull/9/files
Jan 21 2018
Pull request sent. Please consider a merge.
Jan 18 2018
Jan 14 2018
@syncer thanks for the offer :)
Jan 13 2018
Jan 7 2018
@c-po thanks for pointing me to the interface definitions!
I found an example file in vyatta-lldp:
I found an example XML tag config file in vyatta-lldp:
Jan 2 2018
@c-po Thank you for the quick response and especially for the workaround! This was of great value...
@c-po I re-arranged the code and the git commits and hope things are fine now so this ticket may come to its deserved end of life.
@dmbaturin Yes, as time permits. That's my worst constraint.
@c-po I did some major work on vyatta-wireless, including the introduction of nested nodes to configure card capabilities. Would you mind to take a look at it and suggest improvements for:
- using a better way than Perl smartmatch to compare strings against arbitrary lists of strings (like in Python if "bar" in ["foo", "bar", "baz"]: print("True"))
- a nicer way to getting rid of mutual exclusions without adding too much responsibility on parsing by wireless-hostapd.pl. Transforming ht and vht from multi nodes into nested directories and then implement a bool node for each capability flag would IMHO require much more parsing in wireless-hostapd.pl but would solve the issue with mutual exclusions which could be implemented as simple multi-choice nodes...
Jan 1 2018
Yeah. I ignored T141 by purpose for two reasons:
- I do not know enough about what proper AAA support would exaclty mean.
- Maybe doing this one step at a time would make incorporating changes easier instead of trying to achieve it all in one run?
I propose to introduce config nodes to create AllowUsers, AllowGroups, DenyUsers and DenyGroups settings in sshd_config. Additionally, I propose to introduce a sshd-option config node.
Dec 31 2017
thanks for the advice! My Git skills suck, but I'll try to catch up quickly. I cloned your repo, checked out branch z507-sshd and did a git diff c5e11462769bea9769335944f0f8a8f5411d027e > t507_c-po.patch which is the last commit prior to T507 commits. Then I ran diff on that patch file and the one I created before. No difference, which means, your commits are nicely done!
Dec 29 2017
Upon add system image vyos-xxxx.iso, serial speed arguments in Kernel boot parameters are set statically to 9600 baud, no matter what /config/config.boot states.
The culprit seems to be in file /opt/vyatta/sbin/install-image-existing lines 262 to 280, where templates from /opt/vyatta/etc/grub/default-union-grub-entry is used to set up the new grub.cfg. Within the latter file, serial speed is statically set to 9600 baud.