After a fair amount of discussions, sendmail was removed from the NetBSD source tree on May 30th, , in part due to its security track record. The organization of the first two Bugathons was done almost entirely and spontaneously by Elad Efrat. Also busy multiprocessor servers where relieved from the clock slowdown problem. This represents a selected subset of fixes deemed critical in nature for stability or security reasons. It is NetBSD’s policy to maintain only the current and most recent release branches 3. In the last nine months of , the following Security Advisories have been released:. See his email to the port-powerpc mailing list.

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Multiple denial of service issues SA Interview with Jan Schaumann: IPSec replay attack SA The library does not force etheriip on the programmer and provides a continuation framework for file systems with high latency backends. For details, please refer to Matthias Scheler’s message to the netbsd-announce mailing list: Installing to and booting from disk is now reliable.

NetBSD – man page for etherip (netbsd section 4)

In May, the release engineering team announced that the netbsd branch will no longer be actively maintained. Elad Efrat has merged his kauth 9 work see http: As is to be expected of quarterly releases unlike “quarterly” status reportsthe pkgsrc team released the following three branches of the NetBSD Packages Collection in the last 9 months:.


Manuel Bouyer announced in a message to the port-xen mailing list that NetBSD is finally usable as a Domain0 with version 3 of the Xen virtual machine monitor. Following this, he has submitted a proposal regarding dividing securelevel implications to kauth 9 scopes http: For historical reasons, there were a number of developers whose agreements were either lost or never received; these developers were given llinux opportunity to submit a new signed agreement.

After importing timecounters some long standing time keeping issues were solved. The upcoming NetBSD 4.

Bug fixes primarily centred around the IP12 port. It is NetBSD’s policy to maintain only the current and most recent release branches 3. Julian Coleman reported that together with Valeriy E.

That is, the encapsulation looks like this: Despite hundreds of hours spent on this process by our volunteers we have not obtained agreements from a few people, and the NetBSD Foundation announced in September that developer access for those without agreements was disabled. IPv6 socket options can crash the system SA During these events, NetBSD developers, users and enthusiasts meet on IRC in a highly focused ethrip think Extreme Ethherip on Steroids and try to squash as many bugs as possible.

In a project that has people spread all over the globe, it’s not always easy to coordinate efforts.

Rui Paulo updated postfix to version 2. The full article is available at http: See Brian Asemi’s report at http: In order to allow our users to follow the most important changes over the last few months, we provide a brief summary in these official status reports, released with irregular regularity.


etherip: Ethernet-in-IPv4 tunneling []

An audio subsystem race condition may crash the system SA For a full report on the progress made in each of these projects, please see http: Subsequently a great number of ports have been timercounterized see http: The NetBSD Project was represented by developers and other volunteers at a number of conferences and tradeshows during the last three quarters of In December, Andrew Gillham sent a status report with request for help to the port-i ethfrip list regarding the port to Microsoft’s XBox.

Menuhin Saitov organized a booth at the Linux-days in Essen, Germany, dubbed “come2linux” on September 9th and 10th.

The NetBSD project is pleased to welcome the following new developers during the last three quarters of See Hans’s posting to tech-net for more details and a link to the code: All NetBSD developers have been linuz to sign an agreement stating the terms under which they will participate in NetBSD; in return for this they are granted access to change our source tree and the right to participate in our internal democratic process.