Hi Daniel, Good Morning,
On Wed, Jan 11, 2017 at 1:46 PM, Daniel Wagner <wagi(a)monom.org> wrote:
Good Morning Shrikant,
On 01/11/2017 07:11 AM, Shrikant Bobade wrote:
>> if you start ConnMan with 'GNUTLS_NO_EXPLICIT_INIT=1 ./connmand -n -d'
> it should work.
>> Now I cross my fingers :D
> yes, with zero entropy and GNUTLS_NO_EXPLICIT_INIT=1
> got successful ip assignment.
> do I need to post complete log some where to share.. or its fine..
No there is no need for it anymore. We know now what it happening.
> as we are getting now expected ip. please advice..
So this is a configuration issue. I think the best thing we can do here
is update your README file and let people know what to look out for.
Additionally we should also change urandom users in our code base to
random. Will send patches for both.
Obviously, with GNUTLS_NO_EXPLICIT_INIT=1 we just do lazy initialization
and we still might hang later. Not really sure what the best approach
is. It depends on the use cases etc. On my desktop system I never have
seen this problem. The main reason is, that my system does on default
lazy initialization and I don't have a portal in front of my.
ok, I will run some regressions to confirm it.
> So will move ahead with explicit GNUTLS_NO_EXPLICIT_INIT=1 & remove the
> rngd dependency(added earlier for ~3k entropy available), will it be
If you don't need wipsr really early on, you should be fine without
rngd. But testing might reveal that I am wrong. Hard to say :)
I am running the regressions with GNUTLS_NO_EXPLICIT_INIT=1,
will revert back with the observations.
Thanks for your continuous help.