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USB on BeagleBoard Black

Kenneth Hendrickson
I just bought a Beagleboard Black.  Its purpose is to be a firewall for Intel machines with hardware backdoors.  So I need both ethernet and USB working, cuz I want wired (to the compromised laptop) and wireless (to the cloud).  I will remove the wireless card from my laptop, and protect it behind the OpenBSD firewall.

I see that USB isn't yet working in OpenBSD.  NetBSD has USB host working, but not devices.

I've used OpenBSD for about 20 years, but I've never used NetBSD.  I'm an embedded software engineer.

I would appreciate pointers to any documentation and work which has been done so far, to help me get started.

Thanks,
Ken

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Re: USB on BeagleBoard Black

Tuyosi Takesima
raspberry pi 3's openbsd arm can use SATA hard disk if i use a
***specific***  sata usb converter .

are there anyone who uses banana pi M1's  sata port which is directly
connected sata harddisk ?
---
regarda

2017-05-08 11:44 GMT+09:00 Kenneth Hendrickson <[hidden email]>:

> I just bought a Beagleboard Black.  Its purpose is to be a firewall for
> Intel machines with hardware backdoors.  So I need both ethernet and USB
> working, cuz I want wired (to the compromised laptop) and wireless (to the
> cloud).  I will remove the wireless card from my laptop, and protect it
> behind the OpenBSD firewall.
>
> I see that USB isn't yet working in OpenBSD.  NetBSD has USB host working,
> but not devices.
>
> I've used OpenBSD for about 20 years, but I've never used NetBSD.  I'm an
> embedded software engineer.
>
> I would appreciate pointers to any documentation and work which has been
> done so far, to help me get started.
>
> Thanks,
> Ken
>
>
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Re: USB on BeagleBoard Black

Mark Kettenis
> From: Tuyosi T <[hidden email]>
> Date: Mon, 8 May 2017 17:36:06 +0900
>
> raspberry pi 3's openbsd arm can use SATA hard disk if i use a
> ***specific***  sata usb converter .
>
> are there anyone who uses banana pi M1's  sata port which is directly
> connected sata harddisk ?

That works fine.  I use a Samsung 750 EVO SSD with the special cable
that provides power from the board.  That ight not be sufficient for a
3.5 inch "real" disk though.

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Re: USB on BeagleBoard Black

Tuyosi Takesima
In reply to this post by Kenneth Hendrickson
thanks for good information .

i read a page that says that note PC  using as 24 hour server fired  , and
his apartment was burned .
so i use a banana pi M1 as sshd & www server .
now its OS is archlinux .
archlinux  uses  sata hard disk directly .

------------------
namely
$ df
Filesystem     1K-blocks     Used Available Use% Mounted on
/dev/root       15412688  5383016   9246728  37% /
devtmpfs          447576        0    447576   0% /dev
tmpfs             447688        0    447688   0% /dev/shm
tmpfs             447688      468    447220   1% /run
tmpfs             447688        0    447688   0% /sys/fs/cgroup
tmpfs             447688        0    447688   0% /tmp
tmpfs              89536        0     89536   0% /run/user/1001
/dev/sda1       74831752 14111032  56919380  20% /WWW <---------sata 80GB
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but but  arch arm's sshd server  cannot use 'PasswordAuthentication no' .
too dangerous .
but running desktop as 24 hour sever is expensive
and rental server is not convinient to use .

so i want to use openbsd's arm as server .
---
regards
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Re: USB on BeagleBoard Black

Juan Francisco Cantero Hurtado
On Tue, May 09, 2017 at 05:50:03AM +0900, Tuyosi T wrote:

> thanks for good information .
>
> i read a page that says that note PC  using as 24 hour server fired  , and
> his apartment was burned .
> so i use a banana pi M1 as sshd & www server .
> now its OS is archlinux .
> archlinux  uses  sata hard disk directly .
>
> ------------------
> namely
> $ df
> Filesystem     1K-blocks     Used Available Use% Mounted on
> /dev/root       15412688  5383016   9246728  37% /
> devtmpfs          447576        0    447576   0% /dev
> tmpfs             447688        0    447688   0% /dev/shm
> tmpfs             447688      468    447220   1% /run
> tmpfs             447688        0    447688   0% /sys/fs/cgroup
> tmpfs             447688        0    447688   0% /tmp
> tmpfs              89536        0     89536   0% /run/user/1001
> /dev/sda1       74831752 14111032  56919380  20% /WWW <---------sata 80GB
> ----
>
>
> but but  arch arm's sshd server  cannot use 'PasswordAuthentication no' .
> too dangerous .

Add "AuthenticationMethods publickey" to /etc/ssh/sshd_config and run
"systemctl restart sshd".

> but running desktop as 24 hour sever is expensive
> and rental server is not convinient to use .
>
> so i want to use openbsd's arm as server .
> ---
> regards

--
Juan Francisco Cantero Hurtado http://juanfra.info

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Re: USB on BeagleBoard Black

Kenneth Hendrickson
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On Sun, 5/7/17, Kenneth Hendrickson <[hidden email]> wrote:
> I would appreciate pointers to any
> documentation and work which has been done so far, to help
> me get started.

Documentation here (see chapter 16):
http://www.TI.com/lit/ug/spruh73p/spruh73p.pdf