[gentoo-user] Strange outbound requests

2012-01-20 Thread Grant
My firewall is blocking periodic outbound connections to port 3680 on a Rackspace IP. How can I find out more about what's going on? Maybe which program is generating the connection requests? - Grant

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} LWP::UserAgent slows website

2013-02-08 Thread Grant
A little more infromation would help. like what webserver, what kind of requests, etc -Kevin It's apache and the requests/responses are XML. I know this is pathetically little information with which to diagnose the problem. I'm just wondering if there is a tool or method that's good

[gentoo-user] Strange local connection requests from my laptop

2009-01-24 Thread Grant
My network's firewall is rejecting a bunch of attempts by my laptop to reach 192.168.x.x systems which don't exist. The requests are from and to very high port numbers. This must have to do with the p2p software I'm running (transmission), but I thought it was pretty creepy. Is that sort

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} LWP::UserAgent slows website

2013-02-07 Thread Kevin Brandstatter
A little more infromation would help. like what webserver, what kind of requests, etc -Kevin On 02/06/2013 07:13 PM, Grant wrote: I have a script that makes 6 successive HTTP requests via LWP::UserAgent. It runs fine and takes only about 3 seconds, but whenever it is run I start receiving

[gentoo-user] OT, but short

2006-12-23 Thread Michael Sullivan
Is anyone out there using Residential SBC/Yahoo DSL with dynamic DNS? I want to know if the ISP blocks incoming requests to your servers if you're not paying them the rate for a static IP... -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

[gentoo-user] Hold on portage feature requests

2005-07-28 Thread Jason Stubbs
Hello all, The subject says it all: no more feature requests for portage (the package manager) until further notice. This does not include submitting of patches that add new features. Further notice will likely mean when the next major version of portage becomes stable. The reason behind

[gentoo-user] TCP Queuing problem

2016-09-17 Thread Grant
My web server's response time for http requests skyrockets every weekday between about 9am and 5pm. I've gone over my munin graphs and the only one that really correlates well with the slowdown is "TCP Queuing". It looks like I normally have about 400 packets per second graphed as &q

[gentoo-user] Re: TCP Queuing problem

2016-09-19 Thread Grant
> My web server's response time for http requests skyrockets every > weekday between about 9am and 5pm. I've gone over my munin graphs and > the only one that really correlates well with the slowdown is "TCP > Queuing". It looks like I normally have about 400 packet

Re: [gentoo-user] OT, but short

2006-12-23 Thread Joe Menola
On Saturday 23 December 2006 4:08 pm, Michael Sullivan wrote: Is anyone out there using Residential SBC/Yahoo DSL with dynamic DNS? I want to know if the ISP blocks incoming requests to your servers if you're not paying them the rate for a static IP... Yes and yes. Unless you setup your

[gentoo-user] Does Firefox call Google?

2009-09-22 Thread Grant
I have a remote system on which shorewall blocks all outgoing 80/443 traffic except for 1 destination IP. I noticed that whenever someone logs in to an xfce4 session on that system, I see a bunch of rejected 80/443 requests from that system to various Google IPs from throughout their session

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: OT: iptables w/ 2 web servers

2009-09-25 Thread Etaoin Shrdlu
On Thursday 24 September 2009 16:30:51 James wrote: One last thing. I can get a small subnet of say 5 IP address from my ISP for an additional 20/month. That that help me? Possibly. If you manage to get two public IPs, each website using one, you can then DNAT requests arriving at the first

Re: [gentoo-user] Strange outbound requests

2012-01-22 Thread Mick
On Sunday 22 Jan 2012 20:26:13 Grant wrote: I just started running this on the router: tcpdump -i eth1 -n | grep the.offending.ip.address where eth1 is my LAN interface. I figure this will tell me if any requests are being made to the offending IP, including any that aren't being logged

[gentoo-user] {OT} LWP::UserAgent slows website

2013-02-06 Thread Grant
I have a script that makes 6 successive HTTP requests via LWP::UserAgent. It runs fine and takes only about 3 seconds, but whenever it is run I start receiving alerts that my website is responding slowly to requests. This lasts for up to around 10 minutes. I've tried turning the timeout down

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} LWP::UserAgent slows website

2013-02-08 Thread Michael Mol
On Fri, Feb 8, 2013 at 5:10 PM, Grant emailgr...@gmail.com wrote: A little more infromation would help. like what webserver, what kind of requests, etc -Kevin It's apache and the requests/responses are XML. I know this is pathetically little information with which to diagnose the problem

Re: [gentoo-user] Strange outbound requests

2012-01-20 Thread Grant
My firewall is blocking periodic outbound connections to port 3680 on a Rackspace IP.  How can I find out more about what's going on?  Maybe which program is generating the connection requests? Uh, a packet sniffer? I have an old laptop here that I have a second (cardbus) network card

Re: [gentoo-user] Strange outbound requests

2012-01-22 Thread Michael Orlitzky
On 01/22/2012 02:29 PM, Grant wrote: Since my local firewall is rejecting the outbound requests, the time elapsed between the request and the block should be very short. Is it possible the 'sleep 1' portion of the script is causing the failure to log the connection request? The outbound

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} LWP::UserAgent slows website

2013-02-09 Thread Adam Carter
hit the serving application's main code. I was under the impression that Apache coded sensibly enough to handle incoming requests as least as well as Squid would. Agree with everything else tho. OP should look into what's required on the back end to process those 6 requests, as it superficially

Re: [gentoo-user] local caching DNS?

2008-04-09 Thread Michal 'vorner' Vaner
Hello On Wed, Apr 09, 2008 at 12:13:40PM +0200, Ralf Stephan wrote: I'm fed up with waiting for ever the same name requests from my browser (and open servers don't cut it either): which DNS cache or caching DNS for simple local installation would you recommend? I use dnsmasq, can be used

Re: [gentoo-user] local caching DNS?

2008-04-09 Thread Andrew Gaydenko
=== On Wednesday 09 April 2008, Michal 'vorner' Vaner wrote: === Hello On Wed, Apr 09, 2008 at 12:13:40PM +0200, Ralf Stephan wrote: I'm fed up with waiting for ever the same name requests from my browser (and open servers don't cut it either): which DNS cache or caching DNS

Re: [gentoo-user] Strange local connection requests from my laptop

2009-01-25 Thread Nick Cunningham
2009/1/25 Grant emailgr...@gmail.com My network's firewall is rejecting a bunch of attempts by my laptop to reach 192.168.x.x systems which don't exist. The requests are from and to very high port numbers. This must have to do with the p2p software I'm running (transmission), but I thought

Re: [gentoo-user] Strange local connection requests from my laptop

2009-01-25 Thread Grant
My network's firewall is rejecting a bunch of attempts by my laptop to reach 192.168.x.x systems which don't exist. The requests are from and to very high port numbers. This must have to do with the p2p software I'm running (transmission), but I thought it was pretty creepy. Is that sort

[gentoo-user] USB Power

2005-05-02 Thread Ognjen Bezanov
unless a device requests more. My drive requests it and Windows seems to honour that by providing more power, but gentoo doesnt. What can i do to get more power out of my port (i dont have windows anymore). Thanks for your help. -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

[gentoo-user] USB Power

2005-05-03 Thread Ognjen Bezanov
unless a device requests more. My drive requests it and Windows seems to honour that by providing more power, but gentoo doesnt. What can i do to get more power out of my port (i dont have windows anymore). Thanks for your help. -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] OT, but short

2006-12-23 Thread Michael Sullivan
On Sat, 2006-12-23 at 16:37 -0600, Joe Menola wrote: On Saturday 23 December 2006 4:08 pm, Michael Sullivan wrote: Is anyone out there using Residential SBC/Yahoo DSL with dynamic DNS? I want to know if the ISP blocks incoming requests to your servers if you're not paying them the rate

[gentoo-user] linux' IO performance sucks

2006-07-04 Thread Sven Köhler
it writes that 200MB to disk, there is no chance for any other IO. I'm playing an mp3 from the very same fileserver. It stops playing, because the machine does answer the read-requests. So what's going on here? Why does Linux write so huge amounts of data to the disk? Why does Linux not stop

Re: [gentoo-user] Does Firefox call Google?

2009-09-22 Thread Mick
On Tuesday 22 September 2009, Grant wrote: I have a remote system on which shorewall blocks all outgoing 80/443 traffic except for 1 destination IP. I noticed that whenever someone logs in to an xfce4 session on that system, I see a bunch of rejected 80/443 requests from that system

Re: [gentoo-user] IPv6 not ready here; Hmmm

2011-06-08 Thread Paul Hartman
a bit From Google DNS FAQ: Does Google Public DNS support IPv6? Google Public DNS can respond to requests for IPv6 addresses ( requests), but it does not yet support native IPv6 transport and cannot talk to IPv6-only authoritative nameservers. Clients should use IPv4 network connections

Re: [gentoo-user] mysqld invoked oom-killer

2011-07-21 Thread Adam Carter
the limit on the number of simultaneous requests that will be served and i'd say when they say requests, they're talking about TCP sessions. So in the old days of HTTP/1.0 you'd be right, and if you'd turned off pipelining (KeepAlives) you'd be right. The default for MaxKeepAliveRequests is 100, so

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} LWP::UserAgent slows website

2013-02-08 Thread Grant
A little more infromation would help. like what webserver, what kind of requests, etc -Kevin It's apache and the requests/responses are XML. I know this is pathetically little information with which to diagnose the problem. I'm just wondering if there is a tool or method that's good

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} LWP::UserAgent slows website

2013-02-10 Thread Stroller
On 10 February 2013, at 05:05, Grant wrote: ... Your server is just a single computer, running multiple processes. Each request from a user (be it you or someone else) requires a certain amount of resources while it's executing. If there aren't enough resources, some of the requests

[gentoo-user] Q: How is that terminus technicus for...

2014-11-16 Thread meino . cramer
Hi, I connected a Arietta.G25 via Ethernet over USB (using a simple USB cable and hardware USB-Ethernet Adaptor to my Gentoo PC. I can ssh on that little tiny board. Now I want to access the internat from within the Arietta. Therefore all requests need to be transfered from the Arietta board

[gentoo-user] local caching DNS?

2008-04-09 Thread Ralf Stephan
Hello, I'm fed up with waiting for ever the same name requests from my browser (and open servers don't cut it either): which DNS cache or caching DNS for simple local installation would you recommend? Regards, ralf -- gentoo-user@lists.gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] KDE 3.5.10 in portage...

2008-09-17 Thread David Leverton
2008/9/17 Alan McKinnon [EMAIL PROTECTED]: This is after many requests from others for you to calm down on the list What exactly am I doing that isn't calm? two private mails from myself asking the same, both of which you have not answered. I only received one, that didn't contain any

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Re: Re: Home Network Printing

2005-11-30 Thread Richard Fish
On 11/30/05, Mick [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This is what I get from host 2 (the server): ... IfRequested - Use encryption if the server requests it Shouldn't this line be commented out?? -Richard -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

[gentoo-user] Troubleshooting my parents' connection

2006-11-22 Thread Grant
Hello, I'm at my parents' home for Thanksgiving and connected wirelessly to the family Netgear router via WPA. Page requests sometimes fail in Firefox immediately, without spending any time trying to load the page. I suspect a problem connecting to the ISP's DNS server. How would you

Re: [gentoo-user] Does Firefox call Google?

2009-09-22 Thread Grant
Does Firefox periodically make Google requests for some reason?  The person logging in says they aren't attempting to access Google, and the home page is not set to go there.  Does anyone know why this might be happening? If you haven’t disabled it, Firefox periodically downloads a current

[gentoo-user] Re: [gentoo-dev] Rail Model font for coders

2011-01-20 Thread Mike Frysinger
On Thursday, January 20, 2011 04:14:28 hare_krsna_hare_krsna_krsna_krsna_hare_hare_hare_rama_hare_rama_rama_rama_hare_h...@lavabit.com wrote: please fix your stupid e-mail There is a font for coders called Rail Model, please include it with Linux distributions: package requests go

Re: [gentoo-user] setsockopt SO_DEBUG - ftp connection problems

2011-07-05 Thread Michael Orlitzky
requests and responses are logged, providing the option xferlog_std_format is not enabled. Useful for debugging. Default: NO

Re: [gentoo-user] Strange outbound requests

2012-01-20 Thread Grant
My firewall is blocking periodic outbound connections to port 3680 on a Rackspace IP.  How can I find out more about what's going on?  Maybe which program is generating the connection requests? Uh, a packet sniffer? I have an old laptop here that I have a second (cardbus) network

Re: [gentoo-user] Strange outbound requests

2012-01-20 Thread Michael Mol
On Fri, Jan 20, 2012 at 5:32 PM, Grant emailgr...@gmail.com wrote: My firewall is blocking periodic outbound connections to port 3680 on a Rackspace IP.  How can I find out more about what's going on?  Maybe which program is generating the connection requests? Uh, a packet sniffer? I

Re: [gentoo-user] Strange outbound requests

2012-01-20 Thread Grant
My firewall is blocking periodic outbound connections to port 3680 on a Rackspace IP.  How can I find out more about what's going on?  Maybe which program is generating the connection requests? Uh, a packet sniffer? I have an old laptop here that I have a second (cardbus) network

Re: [gentoo-user] Strange outbound requests

2012-01-22 Thread Grant
want to change the port -- I tested to make sure that was really logging my Thunderbird connections. I'm still getting the blocked outbound requests to port 3680 on my firewall and I'm running the above script (changed 993 to 3680) on the local system indicated by SRC in the firewall log

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: {OT} Allow work from home?

2016-01-22 Thread Grant
>> The answer to this may be an obvious "yes" but I've never done it so I'm >> not sure. Can I route requests from machine C through machine A only >> for my domain name, and not involve A for C's other internet requests? >> If so, where is that configured?

Re: [gentoo-user] Xen with Gentoo as dom0: sw or hw raid?

2016-07-25 Thread J. Roeleveld
On Sunday, July 24, 2016 02:48:41 PM R0b0t1 wrote: > I would strongly suggest softraid. And qemu. Few requests here: 1) LEARN to quote properly 2) Learn to provide reasons why. Neither suggestions make sense. -- Joost

[gentoo-user] Re: TCP Queuing problem

2016-09-20 Thread Grant
>>>> My web server's response time for http requests skyrockets every >>>> weekday between about 9am and 5pm. I've gone over my munin graphs and >>>> the only one that really correlates well with the slowdown is "TCP >>>> Queuing".

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: TCP Queuing problem

2016-09-20 Thread J. Roeleveld
On September 20, 2016 2:38:03 AM GMT+02:00, Grant <emailgr...@gmail.com> wrote: >>>> My web server's response time for http requests skyrockets every >>>> weekday between about 9am and 5pm. I've gone over my munin graphs >and >>>> the only one that rea

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: TCP Queuing problem

2016-09-20 Thread Grant
>>>>> My web server's response time for http requests skyrockets every >>>>> weekday between about 9am and 5pm. I've gone over my munin graphs >>and >>>>> the only one that really correlates well with the slowdown is "TCP >>>

[gentoo-user] Re: TCP Queuing problem

2016-09-19 Thread Grant
>> My web server's response time for http requests skyrockets every >> weekday between about 9am and 5pm. I've gone over my munin graphs and >> the only one that really correlates well with the slowdown is "TCP >> Queuing". It looks like I normally have about

[gentoo-user] Re: TCP Queuing problem

2016-09-19 Thread Grant
>>> My web server's response time for http requests skyrockets every >>> weekday between about 9am and 5pm. I've gone over my munin graphs and >>> the only one that really correlates well with the slowdown is "TCP >>> Queuing". It looks lik

Re: [gentoo-user] bugs in ebuilds?

2016-11-21 Thread Jorge Almeida
On Mon, Nov 21, 2016 at 5:49 AM, Michael Orlitzky <m...@gentoo.org> wrote: > On 11/21/2016 08:26 AM, Jorge Almeida wrote: >> What is the proper procedure to ask for some modification in a ebuild? >> (Bugs as well as feature requests...) >> > > File a bug at https://bugs.gentoo.org/ > Thanks. Done.

Re: [gentoo-user] Strange outbound requests

2012-01-22 Thread Grant
I'm still getting the blocked outbound requests to port 3680 on my firewall and I'm running the above script (changed 993 to 3680) on the local system indicated by SRC in the firewall log, but mystery.log remains empty.  I tested the script with other ports and it seems to be working fine

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} LWP::UserAgent slows website

2013-02-11 Thread Michael Mol
multiple processes. Each request from a user (be it you or someone else) requires a certain amount of resources while it's executing. If there aren't enough resources, some of the requests will have to wait until enough others have finished in order for the resources to be freed up. Here's

[gentoo-user] Call for feature requests for 2008.0

2008-01-24 Thread Chris Gianelloni
Hello everyone, Release Engineering is in the planning stages for 2008.0, so we're asking for input from the community on things that they'd like to see added/changed/removed from our release media. All requests should be something Release Engineering actually can accomplish, like profile

Re: [gentoo-user] local caching DNS?

2008-04-09 Thread Michal 'vorner' Vaner
Hello On Wed, Apr 09, 2008 at 02:45:18PM +0400, Andrew Gaydenko wrote: On Wed, Apr 09, 2008 at 12:13:40PM +0200, Ralf Stephan wrote: I'm fed up with waiting for ever the same name requests from my browser (and open servers don't cut it either): which DNS cache or caching DNS for simple

Re: [gentoo-user] USB Power

2005-05-02 Thread Robert G. Hays
current availiable unless a device requests more. My drive requests it and Windows seems to honour that by providing more power, but gentoo doesnt. What can i do to get more power out of my port (i dont have windows anymore). Thanks for your help. There are probably better solutions which I do

[gentoo-user] Configuring /etc/cups/cupsd.conf for external client printing

2005-06-01 Thread Richard Watson
This is for any newbies out there like me ... I spent days trying to figure out how to get a Gentoo linux laptop to print to a Gentoo server through Cups. I was consistently getting connection refused messages from the print server. In order for the Cups server to accept incoming requests

[gentoo-user] Re: RE: Home Network Printing

2005-12-01 Thread Mick
the /printers/ part of the address. Hmm, perhaps the Example given on the gui needs improving? Last question and then I'll be good to print until I run out of money to pay for the *extremely expensive* HP ink ;-) What rule should I add to the firewall on the server to allow it to accept cups requests

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: RE: Home Network Printing

2005-12-01 Thread John Jolet
should I add to the firewall on the server to allow it to accept cups requests from the client. I don't want to open a great big hole for all traffic, just the cups requests only. With the firewall working the client logs show: Network host '192.168.0.3

[gentoo-user] Emerge stalls

2006-05-09 Thread Alan E. Davis
if it a 10+MB file that is involved. Can someone suggest to me what this suggests, in terms of firewall activity? I have heard remarks about the quality of the firewall. Could it be a router? I saw some mention of routers not allowing certain kinds of requests or certain numbers of requests. I

[gentoo-user] Disk Backup From One Machine To Another

2005-06-24 Thread Raphael Melo de Oliveira Bastos Sales
Hi there, I have one machine (Machine 1) that I need backup its files periodically. I also have another machine (Machine 2) that will hold the backup. Machine 2 can see (make requests to) Machine 1, but the opposite isn't true. The network is covered by a firewall, so I don need a paranoid

Re: [gentoo-user] Disk Backup From One Machine To Another

2005-06-24 Thread Bryan Whitehead
. Machine 2 can see (make requests to) Machine 1, but the opposite isn't true. The network is covered by a firewall, so I don need a paranoid solution. I was thinking about doing the following: On Machine 1, put it on the crontab to put netcat waiting for requests, and when it did receive a request

Re: [gentoo-user] linux' IO performance sucks

2006-07-04 Thread Hemmann, Volker Armin
writes the harddisk. But during that time - during the time it writes that 200MB to disk, there is no chance for any other IO. I'm playing an mp3 from the very same fileserver. It stops playing, because the machine does answer the read-requests. So what's going on here? Why does Linux write so

Re: [gentoo-user] mysqld invoked oom-killer

2011-07-21 Thread Grant
the limit on the number of simultaneous requests that will be served and i'd say when they say requests, they're talking about TCP sessions. So in the old days of HTTP/1.0 you'd be right, and if you'd turned off pipelining (KeepAlives) you'd be right. The default for MaxKeepAliveRequests

Re: [gentoo-user] Strange outbound requests

2012-01-20 Thread Stroller
On 20 January 2012, at 18:34, Grant wrote: My firewall is blocking periodic outbound connections to port 3680 on a Rackspace IP. How can I find out more about what's going on? Maybe which program is generating the connection requests? Uh, a packet sniffer? I have an old laptop here that I

Re: [gentoo-user] Strange outbound requests

2012-01-22 Thread Grant
want to change the port -- I tested to make sure that was really logging my Thunderbird connections. I'm still getting the blocked outbound requests to port 3680 on my firewall and I'm running the above script (changed 993 to 3680) on the local system indicated by SRC in the firewall log

[gentoo-user] SSH UseDNS without IPv6?

2013-02-09 Thread Florian Philipp
active. 3. The DNS server doesn't serve or support records. Apparently it drops all such requests. All other records for IP and reverse lookup are correct. Now I'm experiencing the classic, very long delay when connecting to the server via SSH because it does DNS lookups. When I look at wireshark

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: udev blocks systemd etc

2013-03-27 Thread Tanstaafl
machines just don't boot up often enough for a few seconds or even tens of seconds to matter at all. With cloud-based computing, you don't have a bunch of servers running, waiting to received requests. Instead, you have is a bunch of idle hardware, waiting to have pre-built system images spun up

Re: [gentoo-user] How to prevent a dns amplification attack

2013-03-28 Thread Michael Mol
network or, at most, those of the specific group of people you're seeking to help. You *might* try restricting the resolver to only respond to TCP requests rather than UDP requests, but if the resolver sends response data along with that first SYN+ACK, then nothing is solved, and you've opened yourself

Re: [gentoo-user] How to prevent a dns amplification attack

2013-03-28 Thread Norman Rieß
your resolver to be accessible only to your network or, at most, those of the specific group of people you're seeking to help. You *might* try restricting the resolver to only respond to TCP requests rather than UDP requests, but if the resolver sends response data along with that first SYN+ACK

[gentoo-user] Re: Q: How is that terminus technicus for...

2014-11-16 Thread Holger Hoffstätte
requests need to be transfered from the Arietta board to my PC, which then plays the role of an ISP to the Arietta board and itself places the requests to the internet instead of the Arietta board itself. But this is a too longish explanation to be put into a google request. :) Is there any

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: {OT} Allow work from home?

2016-01-22 Thread Rich Freeman
On Fri, Jan 22, 2016 at 7:29 AM, Grant <emailgr...@gmail.com> wrote: > > The answer to this may be an obvious "yes" but I've never done it so I'm not > sure. Can I route requests from machine C through machine A only for my > domain name, and not involve A for C's oth

Re: [gentoo-user] {OT} Allow work from home?

2016-01-24 Thread Rich Freeman
On Sun, Jan 24, 2016 at 10:56 AM, Grant <emailgr...@gmail.com> wrote: > > So the user is safe if I send all internet requests from her remote > laptop through the Zerotier connection (instead of only sending > requests to my server through Zerotier)? > It depends on w

[gentoo-user] Re: {OT} Allow work from home?

2016-01-22 Thread James
Neil Bothwick digimed.co.uk> writes: > > The answer to this may be an obvious "yes" but I've never done it so I'm > >; not sure. Can I route requests from machine C through machine A only > > for my domain name, and not involve A for C's other inte

Re: [gentoo-user] Call for feature requests for 2008.0

2008-01-24 Thread Dale
Ric de France wrote: On 25/01/2008, Chris Gianelloni [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Replies sent to this list will *not* be seen by Release Engineering, so make sure that you send your responses to the correct list. You'll have to join the list first, if you're not a subscriber, already.

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Digest of gentoo-user@lists.gentoo.org issue 1422 (76278-76327)

2008-03-03 Thread Etaoin Shrdlu
On Monday 3 March 2008, Jan Seeger wrote: NOTE: I don't speak spanish. But somehow, I read it thusly: On Mon, 03. Mar, [EMAIL PROTECTED] spammed my inbox with todos los temas relacionados con soporte técnico all technical support requests (relations?) all technical support-related

Re: [gentoo-user] local caching DNS?

2008-04-09 Thread Urs Schuetz
On Wed, 09 Apr 2008, Ralf Stephan wrote: I'm fed up with waiting for ever the same name requests from my browser (and open servers don't cut it either): which DNS cache or caching DNS for simple local installation would you recommend? I'm using the DNS of my router (D-Link DSL-500G). Works

Re: [gentoo-user] local caching DNS?

2008-04-09 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Wed, 9 Apr 2008 12:13:40 +0200, Ralf Stephan wrote: I'm fed up with waiting for ever the same name requests from my browser (and open servers don't cut it either): which DNS cache or caching DNS for simple local installation would you recommend? net-dns/dnsmasq -- Neil Bothwick Deja

Re: [gentoo-user] local caching DNS?

2008-04-09 Thread Ralf Stephan
vorner wrote I use dnsmasq, can be used as a LAN cache too (by simply allowing requests from a given interface). Took me about 30 minutes to configure. I asked dhcp to save to resolv.conf.2 and made resolv.conf to request from localhost. OK this works fine, thanks. However, udhcpd cannt

Re: [gentoo-user] local caching DNS?

2008-04-09 Thread Mark Kirkwood
fed up with waiting for ever the same name requests from my browser (and open servers don't cut it either): which DNS cache or caching DNS for simple local installation would you recommend? Regards, ralf -- gentoo-user@lists.gentoo.org mailing list

[gentoo-user] It's Bugday!

2007-11-03 Thread Peter Weller
It's bugday today, guys and gals! Come along to #gentoo-bugs on irc.freenode.org and help fix bugs! As per usual, there is a list of suitable bug candidates for you guys to help us devs out with at http://bugday.gentoo.org/. If anyone has any requests with regards to adding bugs to that page

Re: [gentoo-user] A networking question...

2009-05-06 Thread Neil Bothwick
On Wed, 6 May 2009 06:24:08 +0600, Mike Kazantsev wrote: But you don't have to! Just setup first apache to forward requests to the second one in any way you like using mod_rewrite: If the second server is only serving HTTPS, you don't even need that. Just have the router forward port 80

Re: [gentoo-user] Discover IP address of random Windows boxes on network?

2008-08-11 Thread David Finkel
You could try findsmb, its part of samba. It will list all systems which respond to netbios requests, on your network. -dave Mark Knecht wrote: Is there a simple way for me to discover the IP address of any random Windows machine that dropped by and hooked up to my network? Extra points

Re: [gentoo-user] Replacement for qpkg... please!?!?

2005-11-02 Thread Paul Varner
for a documentation bugzilla entry. Unmerging gnuplot and libkudzu got rid of the requests for additional stuff. Thanks for the help. It is http://bugs.gentoo.org/show_bug.cgi?id=74944 and is fixed in the unstable version of gentoolkit. Regards, Paul -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

[gentoo-user] Re: Succinct compilation of system info...

2005-11-30 Thread Harry Putnam
darren kirby [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I would like to do this thing right, so if you (anybody!) has ideas, advice, requests etc please try it out and let's talk. Am I missing anything that should be printed? Thanks for the effort. It looks promising. I've downloaded but not tried yet

Re: [gentoo-user]

2005-12-01 Thread Jamie Dobbs
please read the post which have told you the correct method to do this unsubscription: send an email to [EMAIL PROTECTED] and do NOT sent requests to the list This information was given to you on a number of occassions including when you first joined the list and is quite clearly stated

Re: [gentoo-user] dhcpcd won't run at certain network points

2007-03-14 Thread Etaoin Shrdlu
On Wednesday 14 March 2007 15:57, Alan McKinnon wrote: I would use google, if only I could think of a remotely meaningful search string :-) The hdcpcd docs and kernel module docs are not very enlightening. And the DHCP server is a Windows domain controller. But do your DHCP requests show up

Re: [gentoo-user] anyone having apache2 memory issues

2006-04-01 Thread Alexander Skwar
occupied by cache stuff, as soon as there are more important requests (like any malloc). Or am I wrong? Alexander Skwar -- Netscape is not a newsreader, and probably never shall be. -- Tom Christiansen -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] offline runlevel

2006-11-15 Thread Richard Fish
is to emerge ifplugd. With this installed, gentoo will detect when there is a cable connected and startup networking automagically when a cable is inserted. It should also avoid timing out on dhcp requests when no link is detected. -Richard -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] OT, but short

2006-12-24 Thread Mike Myers
Residential SBC/Yahoo DSL with dynamic DNS? I want to know if the ISP blocks incoming requests to your servers if you're not paying them the rate for a static IP... -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] How packages are made stable

2007-01-04 Thread Steve Dibb
days, no bugs, and if someone files a stable request ebuild, then an arch tester will test it, and then a dev will keyword it stable. Most stuff doesnt get marked stable mostly because there aren't any stable requests. Steve -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

Re: [gentoo-user] linux' IO performance sucks

2006-07-05 Thread Daniel Drake
playing, because the machine does answer the read-requests. Is this an IDE disk? Sounds like you don't have DMA enabled. Check with (e.g.) hdparm -d /dev/hda Daniel -- gentoo-user@gentoo.org mailing list

[gentoo-user] X11 7 won't start

2006-07-15 Thread Gentoo
After upgrading to x11 7.0, following the migration guide, I get the following error from startx: Fatal server error: could not open default font 'fixed' XIO: fatal IO error 104 (Connection reset by peer) on X server :0.0 after 0 requests (0 known processed) with 0 events remaining. I

Re: [gentoo-user] Does Firefox call Google?

2009-09-22 Thread Frank Steinmetzger
Am Mittwoch, 23. September 2009 schrieb Grant: Does Firefox periodically make Google requests for some reason? The person logging in says they aren't attempting to access Google, and the home page is not set to go there. Does anyone know why this might be happening? If you haven’t disabled

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Does Firefox call Google?

2009-09-22 Thread Grant
Does Firefox periodically make Google requests for some reason?  The person logging in says they aren't attempting to access Google, and the home page is not set to go there.  Does anyone know why this might be happening? If you haven’t disabled it, Firefox periodically downloads a current

Re: [gentoo-user] Re: Does Firefox call Google?

2009-09-22 Thread Grant
Does Firefox periodically make Google requests for some reason?  The person logging in says they aren't attempting to access Google, and the home page is not set to go there.  Does anyone know why this might be happening? If you haven’t disabled it, Firefox periodically downloads a current

Re: [gentoo-user] Does Firefox call Google?

2009-09-23 Thread Frank Steinmetzger
Am Mittwoch, 23. September 2009 schrieb KH: Grant schrieb: [snip] and the home page is not set to go there.[snip] Hi, does this also include stuff like google analytics? Like are there adds on the homepage? I'm blocking all requests to google analytics with NoScript. Google doesn’t have

[gentoo-user] Ebuild hacking howto

2011-02-25 Thread James
Hello, Is the link below the best howto guide as to using an existing ebuild to hack a new ebuild? JFFNMS has been languishing despite repeated requests for a version bump; so I'm taking the plunge and going to update it on one of my systems. http://en.gentoo-wiki.com/wiki

Re: [gentoo-user] Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-22 Thread Thanasis
on 06/22/2011 08:46 AM justin wrote the following: One little note, if portage requests that you should install dev-lang/ifc instead of gcc[fortran], you most probably have an entry sys-devel/gcc -fortran in your /etc/portage/package.use Just remove that. I didn't have fortran

Re: [gentoo-user] Do we have to build gcc with fortran now?

2011-06-22 Thread Matthew Finkel
On 06/22/11 02:29, Thanasis wrote: on 06/22/2011 08:46 AM justin wrote the following: One little note, if portage requests that you should install dev-lang/ifc instead of gcc[fortran], you most probably have an entry sys-devel/gcc -fortran in your /etc/portage/package.use Just remove

[gentoo-user] Anyone can afford information about build kernel?

2011-10-08 Thread Lavender
It seems that no matter I build gentoo manually or with genkernel I can't have a fine-working kernel finally. Obviously I must solve it by myself , so I determined to build entire kernel all manually , it requests a lot of linux knowlege . All for that, I hope someone could tell me where to get

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