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2000-03-08 Thread Alex . Challis
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Parallel port Zip drive

2000-03-08 Thread Walter Brameld
I hope this hasn't already been pounded to death, checked the archives with no results. I just upgraded to 4.0 and everything works fine so far except the zip drive. Here's my dmesg: Copyright (c) 1992-2000 The FreeBSD Project. Copyright (c) 1982, 1986, 1989, 1991, 1993 The Regents of

Re: no openssh after build

2000-03-08 Thread Walter Brameld
On Mon, 06 Mar 2000, Kris Kennaway wrote: On Mon, 6 Mar 2000, R Joseph Wright wrote: I just built a new world today and openssh does not appear to be installed. I have the directories /etc/ssh and /etc/ssl but they are empty. There is no /usr/bin/ssh. I've been trying to follow the

Re: no openssh after build

2000-03-08 Thread Walter Brameld
On Tue, 07 Mar 2000, Walter Brameld wrote: On Mon, 06 Mar 2000, Kris Kennaway wrote: On Mon, 6 Mar 2000, R Joseph Wright wrote: I just built a new world today and openssh does not appear to be installed. I have the directories /etc/ssh and /etc/ssl but they are empty. There is no

Re: ssh strangeness in -current...

2000-03-08 Thread Brad Knowles
At 9:29 PM +0100 2000/3/7, Udo Erdelhoff wrote: Are you using OpenSSH or the 'normal' ssh on your Solaris box? The Solaris box is the only place where I have tried installing OpenSSH so far. @work: SunOS [...] 5.6 Generic_105181-05 [...] SSH Version 1.2.27

Re: Parallel port Zip drive

2000-03-08 Thread F. Heinrichmeyer
It works if you can switch your parallel port to EPP (???) mode in the bios. Transfer speed raises also under windows with this configuration btw. -- Fritz Heinrichmeyer mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] FernUniversitaet Hagen, LG ES, 58084 Hagen (Germany) tel:+49 2331/987-1166 fax:987-355

Re: Parallel port Zip drive

2000-03-08 Thread Walter Brameld
On Wed, 08 Mar 2000, F. Heinrichmeyer wrote: It works if you can switch your parallel port to EPP (???) mode in the bios. Transfer speed raises also under windows with this configuration btw. Thank you for the reply, I will try that. What I find odd is that it worked fine on 3.4-STABLE.

Re: YA ssh question (ssh-askpass?)

2000-03-08 Thread Richard J Kuhns
Kris Kennaway writes: On Tue, 7 Mar 2000, Richard J Kuhns wrote: So does all this mean that I now have to start using ssh-add/ssh-agent? Not at all; it's there as an option for people who have "secure" workstations and/or want single-signon for SSH. I often use ssh-agent if I

Re: no openssh after build

2000-03-08 Thread Jim Bloom
In either case, the answer is that you do not need to install the rsaref port before any builds. It is only a runtime dependency now. Jim Bloom [EMAIL PROTECTED] Walter Brameld wrote: Do you still need to install the rsaref port before openssh? (/usr/ports/security) Ah, sorry. That's

FreeBSD 4.0 release candidate #3 now available.

2000-03-08 Thread Jordan K. Hubbard
ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/snapshots/alpha/4.0-2307-CURRENT ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/snapshots/i386/4.0-2307-CURRENT With ISO images available from: ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/snapshots/ISO-IMAGES/4.0-2307-CURRENT/ .. just as soon as they finish uploading

Re: Remote upgrade from 3.4-STABLE to 4.0

2000-03-08 Thread Daniel C. Sobral
Ian Whalley wrote: In reading UPDATING (and -current), I can't see any way to upgrade from 3.4-STABLE to (the future) 4.0-STABLE. This is fair enough, it being a major revision upgrade (can't see an easy way to upgrade {AIX,Solaris,HPUX} through a major revision without access to the

4.0-20000308-CURRENT crypto

2000-03-08 Thread Mike Tancsa
I tried an FTP SNAP install this morning, and all the crypto libs from current were unavailable. I switched over to the debug console, but there was no additional info. The files seem to be on the ftp site just fine. Is this a known issue ? ---Mike

Re: 4.0-20000308-CURRENT crypto

2000-03-08 Thread Jordan K. Hubbard
I tried an FTP SNAP install this morning, and all the crypto libs from current were unavailable. I switched over to the debug console, but there was no additional info. The files seem to be on the ftp site just fine. Is this a known issue ? Please try again - I *just* fixed this problem

Re: no openssh after build

2000-03-08 Thread Jeffrey J. Mountin
CC's trimmed... At 07:42 AM 3/8/00 -0500, Jim Bloom wrote: In either case, the answer is that you do not need to install the rsaref port before any builds. It is only a runtime dependency now. Jim Bloom [EMAIL PROTECTED] Walter Brameld wrote: Do you still need to install the rsaref port

Re: 4.0-20000308-CURRENT crypto

2000-03-08 Thread Mike Tancsa
At 07:39 AM 3/8/00 -0800, Jordan K. Hubbard wrote: I tried an FTP SNAP install this morning, and all the crypto libs from current were unavailable. I switched over to the debug console, but there was no additional info. The files seem to be on the ftp site just fine. Is this a known issue ?

Re: howto for 3.4-STABLE - 4.0-CURRENT?

2000-03-08 Thread Adriel Ickler
Comments: I wanna share my results for those who want to do this via remote. I slightly modified the procedure below for upgrading a box several hundred miles away, where single user mode means a long distance phone call. cvsup to current make buildworld make buildkernel make installkernel -

Re: Small bug in chown and chgrp ?

2000-03-08 Thread David O'Brien
On Mon, Mar 06, 2000 at 08:36:08PM +0100, Dave Boers wrote: It seems that chown's behavior is inconsistent with both the usage message and the man page. The same goes for chgrp. Fixed! I have no idea how I managed to not commit all the "-v" code. -- -- David([EMAIL PROTECTED]) To

Re: More ld-elf.so.1: assert failed messages

2000-03-08 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Donn Miller [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: John Polstra wrote: Below is a patch for "src/libexec/rtld-elf" which should fix the assert failures in wine. I'd appreciate hearing from anybody who tests this with multithreaded packages such as wine, JDK, Mozilla,

Re: 4.0-20000308-CURRENT crypto

2000-03-08 Thread Jeffrey J. Mountin
At 07:39 AM 3/8/00 -0800, Jordan K. Hubbard wrote: I tried an FTP SNAP install this morning, and all the crypto libs from current were unavailable. I switched over to the debug console, but there was no additional info. The files seem to be on the ftp site just fine. Is this a known issue ?

Parallel port Zip drive and EPP mode

2000-03-08 Thread J McKitrick
Here is a concern i have. I had a hard time getting my parallel port zip to work under 3.4. It turned out there may be a bug in my bios that required me to change from EPP mode to standard bi-directional. Walter noted that EPP mode worked OK for him under 3.4, but did not under -current. Oddly

ERRATA on the 4.0-20000307-CURRENT release candidate (#3)

2000-03-08 Thread Jordan K. Hubbard
There were a couple of sysinstall related bogons, one related to variable toggling in rc.conf and another related to the crypto distribution (it was still looking in des/). Both of these have been fixed and rolled into the updated boot floppies as well as the ISO images, which are still

Re: 4.0-20000308-CURRENT crypto

2000-03-08 Thread Jordan K. Hubbard
For just ftp (wizard) or on current (usw2) as well? These snapshots are only going up on ftp, sorry for the confusion. The stuff on current is just the daily snapshot stuff and not entirely equivalent to the URLs I specifically gave out. - Jordan To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL

Re: no openssh after build

2000-03-08 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Wed, 8 Mar 2000, Jeffrey J. Mountin wrote: What I did not check is removing RSAref after a buildworld and checking for breakage, but that smacks of shooting one's self in the foot. That should just revert to the previous case of complaining loudly if you try and make use of RSA. Kris

Re: More ld-elf.so.1: assert failed messages

2000-03-08 Thread Donn Miller
John Polstra wrote: In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Donn Miller wrote: OK, here's some of the errors I get with Mozilla. It looks like it happens when Gdk runs out os SysV shared memory. Otherwise, if I don't get the "Gdk-WARNING **: shmget failed!", the ld.so erros never occur,

FTP globbing bug (Re: 4.0-20000308-CURRENT crypto)

2000-03-08 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Wed, 8 Mar 2000, Jeffrey J. Mountin wrote: Not sure when this started, but there is a problem with using mget. It works just fine on wizard, but on usw2 it only will grab the files in 4.0-MMDD-CURRENT and the src directory: ncftpmget [A-U]* [b-m]* p[or]* src p[or]*: No match.

Re: 4.0-20000308-CURRENT crypto

2000-03-08 Thread Mike Tancsa
At 09:26 AM 3/8/00 -0800, Jordan K. Hubbard wrote: For just ftp (wizard) or on current (usw2) as well? These snapshots are only going up on ftp, sorry for the confusion. The stuff on current is just the daily snapshot stuff and not entirely equivalent to the URLs I specifically gave out. OK,

Re: howto for 3.4-STABLE - 4.0-CURRENT?

2000-03-08 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Wed, 8 Mar 2000, Adriel Ickler wrote: cvsup to current make buildworld make buildkernel make installkernel - change - I just rebooted normally, the network came up fine, if you have any special kernel needs, make sure you have di lines in This may screw you because some device nodes

Re: world breakage with NO_OPENSSL

2000-03-08 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Wed, 8 Mar 2000, Matthew N. Dodd wrote: usr.sbin/ppp/ usr.sbin/pppd/ secure/libexec/telnetd/ (actually the Makefile below telnetd/ is the problem.) secure/usr.bin/telnet/ These all require simple !defined(NO_OPENSSL) additions. Known problem - see the patch I posted about 2 days ago

Re: no openssh after build

2000-03-08 Thread Doug Barton
Sheldon Hearn wrote: On Mon, 06 Mar 2000 16:38:44 PST, R Joseph Wright wrote: I just built a new world today and openssh does not appear to be installed. I have the directories /etc/ssh and /etc/ssl but they are empty. There is no /usr/bin/ssh. Last night's ``make world'' scored

Re: howto for 3.4-STABLE - 4.0-CURRENT?

2000-03-08 Thread Adriel Ickler
Addition: you may want to consider carefully the ramifications of remaking all the devices while logged in from remote, and outline a method, I didnt need to I found out because this box was installed after jan 2000. Quoting Adriel Ickler ([EMAIL PROTECTED]): Comments: I wanna share my results

Re: 4.0-20000308-CURRENT crypto

2000-03-08 Thread Jeffrey J. Mountin
At 09:26 AM 3/8/00 -0800, Jordan K. Hubbard wrote: For just ftp (wizard) or on current (usw2) as well? These snapshots are only going up on ftp, sorry for the confusion. The stuff on current is just the daily snapshot stuff and not entirely equivalent to the URLs I specifically gave out.

RC3: APM on IBM Thinkpad 600E (2645,5A0)

2000-03-08 Thread Morten Seeberg
Hi, I just installed RC3, and I have the same problem as on RC2, when I run "zzz" my machine turns off the monitor, stops the disk, etc etc. Actually is does everything it´s supposed to, except go to stand-by mode (give the beep and turn off). So when i press any key, the machine wakes up

Re: RC3: APM on IBM Thinkpad 600E (2645,5A0)

2000-03-08 Thread Jesper Skriver
On Wed, Mar 08, 2000 at 08:45:34PM +0100, Morten Seeberg wrote: Hi, I just installed RC3, and I have the same problem as on RC2, when I run "zzz" my machine turns off the monitor, stops the disk, etc etc. Actually is does everything it´s supposed to, except go to stand-by mode (give the beep

RC3: No support for 3C589B/C (ep0) during install?

2000-03-08 Thread Morten Seeberg
I just installed RC3 on my laptop, and I wasn´t able to use my 3Com PCMCIA 3C589C card during install?? Hmm this couldn´t be true, so I tried booting the floppies again, and this I actually read the text, and it really doesn´t make much sense :) *headlinePlease select IRQs that can be used by

/etc/periodic/daily/200.backup-passwd and MD5

2000-03-08 Thread Visigoth
All flames welcome as a learning experience ;-) I am currently running a -current on a group of machines where I work. I decided to use the MD5 libscrypt passwords, and noticed something strange in the daily output e-mail. When the MD5 passwords are used the daily output e-mail

March 8 SNAP gateway_enable=YES not being set ?

2000-03-08 Thread Mike Tancsa
I could have swore I set this during the initial installation, but it did not get set in /etc/rc.conf. I am going to do another install tonight and verify if this is the case. Has anyone else noticed this ? Its very possible I made a typo, but I thought I would mention it just in case.

Re: ssh strangeness in -current...

2000-03-08 Thread Kai Großjohann
Oliver Fromme [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Apart from my stupidness of not checking the location of the binary first -- what did I do wrong, and what's the recommended way of handling this? Am I supposed to rm /usr/bin/ssh each time I install a new release or snapshot? I can't believe that.

bridging broken in -current AND -stable

2000-03-08 Thread Boris Staeblow
Is it possible that bridging is broken in -current and -stable? Some minutes (02 - 30 min.) after bootup I get: Fatal trap 12: Page fault while in kernel mode fault code: Supervisor read, page not present Sorry, i´ve no further crashlogs/dumps. This panic occur only with bridging enabled -

Re: Parallel port Zip drive

2000-03-08 Thread Walter Brameld
On Wed, 08 Mar 2000, Walter Brameld wrote: On Wed, 08 Mar 2000, F. Heinrichmeyer wrote: It works if you can switch your parallel port to EPP (???) mode in the bios. Transfer speed raises also under windows with this configuration btw. Thanks again for the advice. For the record, that

RE: RC3: No support for 3C589B/C (ep0) during install?

2000-03-08 Thread John Baldwin
On 08-Mar-00 Morten Seeberg wrote: Now, I got my card working by choosing Option 1, but Im not really sure why, as you can see below, my card uses IRQ 3 for some odd reason. Why doesn´t my PCMCIA card automatically use a higher free IRQ? (IRQ 3 is used by my serial ports AFAIK) IRQ 3 isn´t

Re: current lockups

2000-03-08 Thread Peter Dufault
On 2000-Mar-07 06:29:17 +1100, Dave Boers [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It is rumoured that Arun Sharma had the courage to say: Compiling Mozilla with make -j 2 got -current to lock up, twice in succession. I'm running a fairly recent snapshot (a week or two old) on a Dual celeron box (BP6)

Re: bridging broken in -current AND -stable

2000-03-08 Thread Boris Staeblow
On Wed, Mar 08, 2000 at 11:15:23PM +0100, Luigi Rizzo wrote: Is it possible that bridging is broken in -current and -stable? no, but the "de" driver on bridging is now unsupported and i could not find the time to make it work after recent fixes to the bridging code. Ooo n!

upgraded to -CURRENT (?) et al.

2000-03-08 Thread Salvo Bartolotta
Dear users, I (last) cvupped -CURRENT on 6 March at about 11:00 pm GMT, and, with few (necessary) variations, I tried to follow the instructions in UPDATING on the next day. I *seem* to have upgraded to -CURRENT. FWIW, here is what I did: 1) /usr/src/make -j48 buildworld 2)

upgraded to -CURRENT (?) et al. II Aside note

2000-03-08 Thread Salvo Bartolotta
Dear users, I forgot to specify (yawn ..) that, after recompiling another kernel at the end of my upgrading procedure, I no longer saw the "wd1s2a" problem. My / device was correctly identified as ad1s2a :-) Best regards, Salvo To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with

Re: Parallel port Zip drive and EPP mode

2000-03-08 Thread Walter Brameld
On Wed, 08 Mar 2000, in a never-ending search for enlightenment, J McKitrick wrote: Here is a concern i have. I had a hard time getting my parallel port zip to work under 3.4. It turned out there may be a bug in my bios that required me to change from EPP mode to standard bi-directional.

Re: FreeBSD 4.0 release candidate #3 now available.

2000-03-08 Thread Brian Beattie
On Wed, 8 Mar 2000, Jordan K. Hubbard wrote: ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/snapshots/alpha/4.0-2307-CURRENT ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/snapshots/i386/4.0-2307-CURRENT With ISO images available from:

upgraded to -CURRENT (?) et al. III

2000-03-08 Thread Salvo Bartolotta
Dear users, I forgot to specify another point in my first letter: "N.B. I am Italian and I chose MD5, discarding everything DES-related. I suppose this has automagically eliminated a few problems." I chose MD5 when installing FreeBSD-3.3-Release, whence I upgraded to -STABLE and finally to

Kerberos 5 in 4.0?

2000-03-08 Thread Ron Pritchett
Hello, I have been searching through deja.com for over a week now and I can't find an answer to this question. I was wondering if 4.0 comes with kerberos 5 built-in? Or do I just use the kr5 port? Does it have a PAM? I want to use k5 and a PAM for k5 logins. I know this is "doable" with k4, but

Re: FreeBSD 4.0 release candidate #3 now available.

2000-03-08 Thread Bob Willcox
On Wed, Mar 08, 2000 at 04:45:39PM -0800, Brian Beattie wrote: On Wed, 8 Mar 2000, Jordan K. Hubbard wrote: ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/snapshots/alpha/4.0-2307-CURRENT ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/snapshots/i386/4.0-2307-CURRENT With ISO images available from:

Re: FreeBSD 4.0 release candidate #3 now available.

2000-03-08 Thread Jordan K. Hubbard
Urk! Geeze, how did I not notice that. Must have been the hour. I'm fixing this now, sorry guys. - Jordan On Wed, 8 Mar 2000, Jordan K. Hubbard wrote: ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/snapshots/alpha/4.0-2307-CURRENT

Re: FreeBSD 4.0 release candidate #3 now available.

2000-03-08 Thread Brian Beattie
On Wed, 8 Mar 2000, Bob Willcox wrote: On Wed, Mar 08, 2000 at 04:45:39PM -0800, Brian Beattie wrote: On Wed, 8 Mar 2000, Jordan K. Hubbard wrote: ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/snapshots/alpha/4.0-2307-CURRENT

Re: upgraded to -CURRENT (?) et al. III

2000-03-08 Thread Walter Brameld
On Wed, 08 Mar 2000, in a never-ending search for enlightenment, Salvo Bartolotta wrote: Dear users, I forgot to specify another point in my first letter: "N.B. I am Italian and I chose MD5, discarding everything DES-related. I suppose this has automagically eliminated a few problems."

Re: FreeBSD 4.0 release candidate #3 now available.

2000-03-08 Thread Bob Willcox
On Wed, Mar 08, 2000 at 05:34:02PM -0800, Brian Beattie wrote: On Wed, 8 Mar 2000, Bob Willcox wrote: On Wed, Mar 08, 2000 at 04:45:39PM -0800, Brian Beattie wrote: On Wed, 8 Mar 2000, Jordan K. Hubbard wrote: ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/snapshots/alpha/4.0-2307-CURRENT

more question about make release

2000-03-08 Thread Idea Receiver
hi, Finallly I got make release work :^) thx to everyone who helping me about. After make release, I believe nothing about X has been add into. I am just woundring about how do I make a release which is just the same as those SNAP released on the net? So I can use it to burn a CD, and use it

4.0 RC3 install problem from ftp.FreeBSD.org

2000-03-08 Thread Ulf Zimmermann
Says, it can't chdir into the 4.0-2307-CURRENT directory. It does work from current.FreeBSD.org. Looking on ftp.freebsd.org I do not see a link under /pub/FreeBSD/releases/i386/ ? that maybe the missing link ? -- Regards, Ulf.

Re: bridging broken in -current AND -stable

2000-03-08 Thread Robert Watson
On Thu, 9 Mar 2000, Boris Staeblow wrote: On Wed, Mar 08, 2000 at 11:15:23PM +0100, Luigi Rizzo wrote: Is it possible that bridging is broken in -current and -stable? no, but the "de" driver on bridging is now unsupported and i could not find the time to make it work after

building ports

2000-03-08 Thread Ishmael
within the last 4 days ive upgraded my system from 3.4-stable to -current. until this morning, i had no problems really, but then (this morning) i no longer was able to build any ports, kept receiving error: Your system is too old to use this bsd.port.mk. You need a fresh make world or an upgrade

RE: building ports

2000-03-08 Thread Chris Knight
Howdy, Have a look in bsd.port.mk for the version number that it needs to build with. Then make a copy of /var/db/port.mkversion. Edit /var/db/port.mkversion with the version number that bsd.port.mk requires. I had this same problem when the 34upgrade package had been altered with

Re: More ld-elf.so.1: assert failed messages

2000-03-08 Thread John Polstra
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Donn Miller [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I just reverted back to the "normal" version of ld-elf.so, the version without the patch.  Mozilla doesn't have the problem with the "non-patch" version.  So, maybe it isn't the application.  Or, maybe the original,

Paralle mode ZIP support

2000-03-08 Thread J McKitrick
Will NIBBLE mode still be supported in 4.0? Has anyone tried a ZIP drive with bios set at ECP or standard setting? I would like to know what to expect if i upgrade. -- -= jm =- --- Student Loan Officer: "Mr. Wright? We'd like to know what

Re: bridging broken in -current AND -stable

2000-03-08 Thread Luigi Rizzo
Is it possible that bridging is broken in -current and -stable? no, but the "de" driver on bridging is now unsupported and i could not find the time to make it work after recent fixes to the bridging code. Ooo n! :-(( The best nic_s all around are unsupported? ;) let me

enabling APIC without SMP

2000-03-08 Thread Mohit Aron
Hi, I'm using a FreeBSD-current snapshot from 3rd January 2000. It seems that in order to enable APICs (option APIC_IO in kernel configuration file), one needs to also compile the kernel with SMP support (option SMP in kernel configuration file). While enabling the APIC is desirable even