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19 Jun 2007 (updated 19 Jun 2007 at 12:32 UTC) »
ds9490r has an built-in custom ds2401 identification chip. from datasheet:
Each USB bridge contains a unique built-in identification chip. The identification chip is a custom DS2401 that is a 64-bit ID number.
id is available through openbsd's sensors framework:

hw.sensors.owid0.raw0=2623816 (ID)
14 Jun 2007 (updated 14 Jun 2007 at 11:49 UTC) »
new toy

uow0 at uhub0 port 1
uow0: Dallas Semiconductor USB-FOB/iBUTTON, rev 1.00/0.02, addr 2
onewire0 at uow0
owid0 at onewire0 "ID" sn 000000280948
this is a dallas ds9490r, usb to 1-wire adapter.
ipod nano 4gb silver

i'm happy owner of new ipod now


no more netbsd compatibility in openbsd
commit message

28 May 2007 (updated 28 May 2007 at 13:16 UTC) »

attempting to keep system current without tracking changes in source code is just wasting time

18 May 2007 (updated 18 May 2007 at 08:10 UTC) »
sonata music client port for openbsd was commited to cvs.

this is my first port in openbsd cvs tree.

initial version of imapfilter port for openbsd is here. very useful, if you use mua without mail sorting features, e.g. mutt.

i got some new devices for my hacking environment:

  • usb mug warmer & hub (4 ports):
    uhub1 at uhub0 port 1
    uhub1: ALCOR Generic USB Hub, rev 1.10/3.12, addr 2
    uhub1: 4 ports with 4 removable, self powered
  • usb to serial ata adapter:
    umass0 at uhub1 port 2 configuration 1 interface 0
    umass0: Generic Mass Storage Device, rev 2.00/1.26, addr 4
    umass0: using SCSI over Bulk-Only
    scsibus1 at umass0: 2 targets

    due to lack of sata 2 dvd-rw drives support in openbsd, i bought this device for my new dvd-rw drive

in action:

mount_vnd(8): simplify practical paranoid's life

new vnd(4) tools in -current (fsck_vnd(8) and mount_vnd(8)) is really nice. make your own encrypted virtual filesystem just by making file of static size, creating mount point and adding two lines in ``/etc/ fstab'' file.

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