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Missing SRPMs

Christian Graffer-2
Hi Robert,

I have seen your postings on the mailing list and received your email.
We apologize that we did not reply immediately. Unfortunately you caught
us right in the middle of our annual meetings which were held during
this weekend. Additionally we have some huge projects going on that take
away lots of our time.

But enough about that - you were correct, some SRPMs were missing and we
apologize for that. Thank you for pointing this out as we simply were
not aware of it. Therefore we published them on Sourceforge on Monday
and they can be downloaded here:

http://sourceforge.net/projects/efw/files/Development/EFW-2.5.1/EFW-COMMUNITY-2.5.1-201201271721-MISSING-SRPMS.tar.gz/download

One thing is bugging me a little bit, though...  complaining about
somebody not replying during the weekend isn't all that great of an idea
if you ask me.

In any case, I would very much like to get in touch with you this week.
Can you send me a phonenumber so that I can call you (if you would like
to have a chat, that is)?

Best regards from Italy,
Christian Graffer

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Re: Missing SRPMs

Davide Cottignoli
I am in doubt that you, of the Endian Team, were not aware that some of
the development packages were missing. Many time, in the past, in the
unofficial support forum has been emphasized that there were difficult
to build a complete development environment due to failed dependencies.
I think that your behavior was to obstruction adaptions of the community
release to protect your business channel.
Some critical bugs were left across releases and patches could not be
built without complete build environment.
Of course, there are different point of view in this but this is what I see.

To Robert: I hope you release your work, to give the Endian Community a
new start point.

>From Italy.

Davide Cottignoli.

Il 13/11/2012 22:10, Christian Graffer ha scritto:

> Hi Robert,
>
> I have seen your postings on the mailing list and received your email.
> We apologize that we did not reply immediately. Unfortunately you caught
> us right in the middle of our annual meetings which were held during
> this weekend. Additionally we have some huge projects going on that take
> away lots of our time.
>
> But enough about that - you were correct, some SRPMs were missing and we
> apologize for that. Thank you for pointing this out as we simply were
> not aware of it. Therefore we published them on Sourceforge on Monday
> and they can be downloaded here:
>
> http://sourceforge.net/projects/efw/files/Development/EFW-2.5.1/EFW-COMMUNITY-2.5.1-201201271721-MISSING-SRPMS.tar.gz/download
>
> One thing is bugging me a little bit, though...  complaining about
> somebody not replying during the weekend isn't all that great of an idea
> if you ask me.
>
> In any case, I would very much like to get in touch with you this week.
> Can you send me a phonenumber so that I can call you (if you would like
> to have a chat, that is)?
>
> Best regards from Italy,
> Christian Graffer
>


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nsupdate - key generation for dynamic DNS update?

mxc
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Hi all,

We have a client with a wan connection with a dynamic ip. We would like to
setup endian to update their dns server on ip address change and not use
any 3rd party update services.

Endian is Community release 2.5.1. Although nsupdate is installed on
endian there is no dnssec-keygen or dns-keygen to create the necessary
keys. I have tried generating them on another machine and copying over but
keep getting

could not read key from K.....private: private key is invalid

I have tried generating the key with -C, compatibility mode but this
results in the same error.

dnssec-keygen  -a HMAC-MD5 -b 512 -n HOST newkey1

Anyone got any ideas how to generate the correct format that nsupdate on
endian expects?

regards

Mark




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Re: nsupdate - key generation for dynamic DNS update?

Derek Sims-2
Mark

take a look at what I did:
http://wiki.derek-sims.co.uk/wikka/EndianDDNS

Note: the key I used was taken from the key definition on the nameserver
- the MD5 hash part anyway!

D

On 14/11/2012 15:34, [hidden email] wrote:

> Hi all,
>
> We have a client with a wan connection with a dynamic ip. We would like to
> setup endian to update their dns server on ip address change and not use
> any 3rd party update services.
>
> Endian is Community release 2.5.1. Although nsupdate is installed on
> endian there is no dnssec-keygen or dns-keygen to create the necessary
> keys. I have tried generating them on another machine and copying over but
> keep getting
>
> could not read key from K.....private: private key is invalid
>
> I have tried generating the key with -C, compatibility mode but this
> results in the same error.
>
> dnssec-keygen  -a HMAC-MD5 -b 512 -n HOST newkey1
>
> Anyone got any ideas how to generate the correct format that nsupdate on
> endian expects?
>
> regards
>
> Mark
>
>
>
>
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Re: Missing SRPMs

Robert Nelson
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I'm not sure what has happened in the past.  I just recently stumbled onto
EFW.  However, in reading messages on the various forums and browsing the
bugs in Mantis, I got the impression that some people were dissatisfied with
the support provided.

I recently spoke with Endian and I very much believe they would like to do the
right thing.  But it is a small company with limited resources and they've been
focused on producing products to keep the company in business.

They did indicate that they would be making some changes that should improve things
for the community and they seem very receptive to suggestions.  I think the trick
is to come up with ways we can help each other, then everyone wins.

----- Original Message -----
| From: "Davide Cottignoli" <[hidden email]>
| To: [hidden email]
| Sent: Tuesday, November 13, 2012 4:50:35 PM
| Subject: Re: [Efw-user] Missing SRPMs
|
| I am in doubt that you, of the Endian Team, were not aware that some
| of
| the development packages were missing. Many time, in the past, in the
| unofficial support forum has been emphasized that there were
| difficult
| to build a complete development environment due to failed
| dependencies.
| I think that your behavior was to obstruction adaptions of the
| community
| release to protect your business channel.
| Some critical bugs were left across releases and patches could not be
| built without complete build environment.
| Of course, there are different point of view in this but this is what
| I see.
|
| To Robert: I hope you release your work, to give the Endian Community
| a
| new start point.
|
| >From Italy.
|
| Davide Cottignoli.
|
| Il 13/11/2012 22:10, Christian Graffer ha scritto:
| > Hi Robert,
| >
| > I have seen your postings on the mailing list and received your
| > email.
| > We apologize that we did not reply immediately. Unfortunately you
| > caught
| > us right in the middle of our annual meetings which were held
| > during
| > this weekend. Additionally we have some huge projects going on that
| > take
| > away lots of our time.
| >
| > But enough about that - you were correct, some SRPMs were missing
| > and we
| > apologize for that. Thank you for pointing this out as we simply
| > were
| > not aware of it. Therefore we published them on Sourceforge on
| > Monday
| > and they can be downloaded here:
| >
| > http://sourceforge.net/projects/efw/files/Development/EFW-2.5.1/EFW-COMMUNITY-2.5.1-201201271721-MISSING-SRPMS.tar.gz/download
| >
| > One thing is bugging me a little bit, though...  complaining about
| > somebody not replying during the weekend isn't all that great of an
| > idea
| > if you ask me.
| >
| > In any case, I would very much like to get in touch with you this
| > week.
| > Can you send me a phonenumber so that I can call you (if you would
| > like
| > to have a chat, that is)?
| >
| > Best regards from Italy,
| > Christian Graffer
| >
|
|
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