How to start KDE automatically at booting

2004-02-27 Thread Stephen Liu
Hi Folks, I am compelled to start KDE from multi-user mode with following command; # kdm I tried following steps without success; creating /usr/local/etc/rc.d/kguilogin.sh with only 2 lines #! /bin/sh kdm or with exec kdm kdm xinit kdm xinit /usr/local/bin/kdm -- xinit /usr/local/bin/kdm

Re: Quick newbie portupgrade question.

2004-02-27 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Fri, Feb 27, 2004 at 01:19:36AM -0500, Shaun T. Erickson wrote: Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P. wrote: Shaun T. Erickson wrote: I understand that 'portupgrade -arR' will upgrade everything. Some are packages and some are ports. Will portupgrade upgrade packages with packages, and ports

Re: How to start KDE automatically at booting

2004-02-27 Thread Jonathan Chen
On Fri, Feb 27, 2004 at 04:42:52PM +0800, Stephen Liu wrote: [...] Kindly advise how to make KDE started automatically at booting Edit /etc/ttys, replace /usr/X11R6/bin/xdm with /usr/local/bin/kdm and change the off to on on that line. -- Jonathan Chen [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Boot and MBR.

2004-02-27 Thread Jud
On Thu, 26 Feb 2004 20:21:25 -0900, Mark Weisman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've tried setting the MBR within fdisk from the FBSD side of the house, however, it won't set. I go through all the motions, yet when it goes to write it says that it can't write to drsk ad0. I then went into a dos

virus found in sent message information

2004-02-27 Thread System Anti-Virus Administrator
Attention: [EMAIL PROTECTED] A virus was found in an Email message you sent. This Email scanner intercepted it and stopped the entire message reaching its destination. The virus was reported to be: the W32/[EMAIL PROTECTED] virus !!! Please update your virus scanner or contact your IT

IPFW SQUID 2 bsd boxes 2 different internet routers

2004-02-27 Thread Leon Botes
Here is something that gave me uphill for a long time which I thought I might share with anyone who is interested. The problem was the traffic was too much for the one line so we installed a second line. How to divert all the http 80 stuff down the second line using a second box as a proxy?

UK Distributor???

2004-02-27 Thread Phil Burford
Hi I am an Account Manager for Westwood Associates Ltd, an IT Reseller in the UK. One of my customers has asked for pricing on your products, but I do not know who your UK Distributor(s) is (are). Can you help? Best regards, Phil Burford Account Manager Westwood Associates Ltd Tel.

Re: Boot and MBR.

2004-02-27 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Thu, Feb 26, 2004 at 01:11:28PM -0900, Mark Weisman wrote: The second question I have, is can I put the command startx into my rc.conf file to have it boot directly into the x-server? Any help on these two would be awesome. Thanks. Other people have described how you can arrange for startx

Has anyone succeeded in compiling crm114 Mailfilter

2004-02-27 Thread Gunnar Flygt
I tried to compile the spam catcher CRM114. It bails out fairly quickly. Has anyone tweeked the src to work with FreeBSD? Please cc me, I'm not on the list. -- Gunnar Flygt SR Datadrift Sveriges Radio ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: The sensitivity of the mouse

2004-02-27 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Thu, Feb 26, 2004 at 04:57:02PM -0600, Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P. wrote: Valerian Galeru wrote: Hi all! How can I change the sensitivity of the mouse? I am using the 4.9 release. Read the manpage for moused(8), and look for the -a option. Any flag you want could likely be

Re: cp options

2004-02-27 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Fri, Feb 27, 2004 at 05:12:24PM +1300, Tom Munro Glass wrote: Linux cp has a --link option that makes hard links instead of copies of non-directories. The FreeBSD cp doesn't appear to have that option. Is there a way of achieving this? Yes. Use find(1)/cpio(1) -- so, to create a 'link

Re: Has anyone succeeded in compiling crm114 Mailfilter

2004-02-27 Thread Simon Barner
Gunnar Flygt wrote: I tried to compile the spam catcher CRM114. It bails out fairly quickly. Has anyone tweeked the src to work with FreeBSD? Please cc me, I'm not on the list. You should post the full error message, otherwise it's very difficult to help you. Simon pgp0.pgp

RE: Problems resolving hosts

2004-02-27 Thread JJB
You are experiencing one of the many problems created by the new file system in the 5.x development releases. The file system gets all locked up and then times out before releasing the sector on the hard drive so it can be read by program. All of the 5.x series of FreeBSD releases are from the

Problem: postfix 2.0.18 and mysql 4.0.18 on 5.2.1

2004-02-27 Thread Morten Buhl
Hi, I have run into some problems during compilation of postfix. It only occures when I try to compile in mysql support. snip [src/error] cc -DHAS_MYSQL -I/usr/local/include/mysql -DNO_PCRE -O -pipe -mcpu=pentiumpro -I. -I../../include -DFREEBSD5 -c error.c cc -DHAS_MYSQL

openssl0.9.7c.tbz

2004-02-27 Thread Osiozekhai Aliu
Hi I have just openssl 0.9.7c.tbz over pkg_add. Now i want to configure the binary from modssl.tar.gz to work with the Openssl package but it keeps telling me that it cant find the bianry files for openssl /configure --with-apache=../apache_1.3.29 --with-ssl=/usr/local/openssl /configure

FreeBSD 5.2 as a firewall/router

2004-02-27 Thread Robert Golovniov
Hello, Is there a place where I could get more information (preferably step-by-step instructions) on how to set up FreeBSD 5.x as a Firewall/Router for a very small network, with a dial-up connection? -- -=Robert Beata Golovniov | Lviv, Ukraine=-

socks5 got core dumped under 4.9

2004-02-27 Thread
I install the socks5 under freebsd 4.9 using the ports,then I often found error messages when i run dmesg like these(the error occurs about 2 or 3 times one day): pid 209 (socks5), uid 0: exited on signal 11 (core dumped) pid 212 (socks5), uid 0: exited on signal 11 (core dumped) pid 211

Re: UK Distributor???

2004-02-27 Thread Dan Pelleg
Phil Burford [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi I am an Account Manager for Westwood Associates Ltd, an IT Reseller in the UK. One of my customers has asked for pricing on your products, but I do not know who your UK Distributor(s) is (are). Can you help? Best regards, Phil

Re: Has anyone succeeded in compiling crm114 Mailfilter

2004-02-27 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Gunnar Flygt [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I tried to compile the spam catcher CRM114. It bails out fairly quickly. Has anyone tweeked the src to work with FreeBSD? If I get a chance, I intend to crank out a port for it in a day or so. I wasn't intending to handle the integration with Mailfilter,

Re: UK Distributor???

2004-02-27 Thread Jerry McAllister
Hi I am an Account Manager for Westwood Associates Ltd, an IT Reseller in the UK. One of my customers has asked for pricing on your products, but I do not know who your UK Distributor(s) is (are). Can you help? Probably a lot of people who install FreeBSD just download the free

Re: Boot and MBR.

2004-02-27 Thread HOLLOW, CHRISTOPHER
You can also Grub it up: http://www.gnu.org/software/grub/ http://www.daemonnews.org/200102/grub.html Grub is a popular and well-supported OSS boot loader HTH, Chris Jud wrote: On Thu, 26 Feb 2004 17:18:01 -0900, Mark Weisman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Just out of curiosity what is the

FreeBSD 4.9 Multiple Ips in jail

2004-02-27 Thread Adam Gardner
Hey all, I've been researching this for a while and have come to a dead end. Hopefully someone can help me out here. I'm trying to get multiple ip's working in jail on a 4.9 machine. I have applied the mijail2.diff patch from jailnotes.cg.nu/zcripts/ and it applied correctly. I did make

SMP-kernel (5.2.1) - really two CPUs active?

2004-02-27 Thread a
Upon setting up a machine with HT-CPU (P4 2.6GHz) I wonder if there's any way to display the actual workload on the virtual CPUs. First of all, here's what my /var/log/messages says: Feb 27 15:47:50 beastie kernel: CPU: Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.60GHz (2593.68-MHz 686-class CPU) Feb 27

Multiple FreeBSD-installations on one harddisk?

2004-02-27 Thread a
In order to run two (different) versions of FreeBSD on one Harddisk (4.9 and 5.2) are there any special caveats/pitfalls besides having a separate slice for every installation? Anything special to take care of during installation (esp. when installing the second FreeBSD?) Is it possible to use

Re: Boot and MBR.

2004-02-27 Thread Jerry McAllister
Just out of curiosity what is the order in creating a dual boot system? Which operating system do you put on first? I see that having WinXP setup in partitions is not a good idea, yet I'm not aware of how to load the system in just a slice? I would appreciate any and all help in trying to

Re: Boot and MBR (Gnome)

2004-02-27 Thread Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P.
Matthew Seaman wrote: On Thu, Feb 26, 2004 at 01:11:28PM -0900, Mark Weisman wrote: The second question I have, is can I put the command startx into my rc.conf file to have it boot directly into the x-server? Any help on these two would be awesome. Thanks. snip If you're a Gnome

booting into X (was: Boot and MBR (Gnome))

2004-02-27 Thread Robert Huff
Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P. writes: I did this just last night; this seems to do it (and I was a bad boy, just hacked it w/o looking at the docs) [EMAIL PROTECTED] [/home/kadmin][10:26] #cat /etc/ttys | grep gdm ttyv0 /usr/X11R6/bin/gdmcons25 on secure

Re: Multiple FreeBSD-installations on one harddisk?

2004-02-27 Thread Ion-Mihai Tetcu
On Fri, 27 Feb 2004 17:23:13 +0100 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In order to run two (different) versions of FreeBSD on one Harddisk (4.9 and 5.2) are there any special caveats/pitfalls besides having a separate slice for every installation? If you want to be able to access 5.2 partitions from

RE: Boot and MBR.

2004-02-27 Thread Mark Weisman
I've installed GAG, and that is a really easy setup! It identified all the partitions, and what was in them, stepped me through the process of copying the manager to the disk and everything, kudos for the recommendation! When I select to boot to the WindowsXP partition, it come to a black screen

Re: Ruby 1.6.8.2003.10.15_1 publicity

2004-02-27 Thread Robert Huff
Tillman Hodgson writes: I'm more concerned about the publicity ... this is likely to bite a *lot* of portupgrade users, and a commit message isn't the first place I'd expect casual FreeBSD users to look ;-) I've seen commit messages suggested as a source of information several

Re: booting into X (was: Boot and MBR (Gnome))

2004-02-27 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Fri, Feb 27, 2004 at 11:45:18AM -0500, Robert Huff wrote: Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P. writes: I did this just last night; this seems to do it (and I was a bad boy, just hacked it w/o looking at the docs) [EMAIL PROTECTED] [/home/kadmin][10:26] #cat /etc/ttys |

Search Path in bash2

2004-02-27 Thread Martin McCormick
I am trying to modify the execution path on a FreeBSD system for all the bash2 users on that system. The man page says that default path is system-dependent, and is set by the administrator who installs bash. A common value is

Firewall blocking natd redirect

2004-02-27 Thread Derrick Ryalls
I have a port redirect, public port 5001 to an internal machine port 3389, for Remote Desktop that works well in natd as long as I don't fire up my custom firewall: 0005023427286 divert 8668 ip from any to any via sis0 00100 24 6080 allow ip from any to any via lo0 00200 0

Re: Boot and MBR.

2004-02-27 Thread Jud
On Fri, 27 Feb 2004 10:50:03 -0500, HOLLOW, CHRISTOPHER [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Jud wrote: [snip] 3. Install GAG, a free, easy and automagical boot loader. URL: http://gag.sourceforge.net/. You can also Grub it up: http://www.gnu.org/software/grub/

Re: ppp server: arp proxy things? (re-post)

2004-02-27 Thread Maksim Yevmenkin
Hello, [...] Now to what I can understand, the biggest problem is the proxy arp. I can have bc compuerts connects to bs, but I cannot let them access other hosts on the LAN. A true example: bc1 is 10.0.0.11, on the other side of the tunnel is 10.0.0.10 (bs). bs also have a NIC address

RE: Boot and MBR.

2004-02-27 Thread Mark Weisman
I appreciate the ease of installation of Gag, however, my objectives still not being met, when I boot into the Windows partition, I get an error that shows little red squares in a diagonal pattern across the screen. No Windows? Res Ipsa Loquitor, Mark-Nathaniel Weisman Site Master Mystic1.net

RE: Boot and MBR.

2004-02-27 Thread Jud
On Fri, 27 Feb 2004 08:06:43 -0900, Mark Weisman [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: I've installed GAG, and that is a really easy setup! It identified all the partitions, and what was in them, stepped me through the process of copying the manager to the disk and everything, kudos for the recommendation!

Re: FreeBSD box as router adding latency

2004-02-27 Thread Chris Dillon
On Thu, 26 Feb 2004, Aloha Guy wrote: Already tried that and it did improve things a little. I tried setting the HZ to 1000 and it didn't make much of a difference. Is there a larger number that actually works well? You can try higher HZ numbers, but you might run into other problems.

Hostname in shell (bash)?

2004-02-27 Thread Steven N. Fettig
Hi all, I searched the archives and documents on bash, but I can't figure out how to put the hostname of the workstation I am on before the $ of the shell/command line. Does anyone know how to add the hostname (preferably the first part - i.e. www, db1, etc) to the command line for bash 2.x?

RE: Boot and MBR. Thank YOU!

2004-02-27 Thread Mark Weisman
Sorry for being such a pest, my boss kept asking why my computer wasn't working, and I'm not ready to ready for him to know I've got BSD loaded. I was in panic mode because I couldn't get my Windows XP screens and applications to come up. I deeply apologize, I was finally able to read all of your

RE: Hostname in shell (bash)?

2004-02-27 Thread Derrick Ryalls
Hi all, I searched the archives and documents on bash, but I can't figure out how to put the hostname of the workstation I am on before the $ of the shell/command line. Does anyone know how to add the hostname (preferably the first part - i.e. www, db1, etc) to the command line for

Re: Boot and MBR.

2004-02-27 Thread HOLLOW, CHRISTOPHER
Mark, You might want to try booting the box with a Win98 Rescuse disk and running 'fdisk /mbr'. This -should- re-window-ize the MBR. Then run fdisk from the prompt and set the Windows partition as active. Reboot and see if Windows boots normally. You will not see any indication of the

Re: FreeBSD box as router adding latency

2004-02-27 Thread Aloha Guy
Chris Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, 26 Feb 2004, Aloha Guy wrote: Already tried that and it did improve things a little. I tried setting the HZ to 1000 and it didn't make much of a difference. Is there a larger number that actually works well? You can try higher HZ numbers, but you

Re: Boot and MBR. Thank YOU!

2004-02-27 Thread Jerry McAllister
Sorry for being such a pest, my boss kept asking why my computer wasn't working, and I'm not ready to ready for him to know I've got BSD loaded. I was in panic mode because I couldn't get my Windows XP screens and applications to come up. I deeply apologize, I was finally able to read all

Re: Problems resolving hosts

2004-02-27 Thread Chuck Swiger
JJB wrote: You are experiencing one of the many problems created by the new file system in the 5.x development releases. The file system gets all locked up and then times out before releasing the sector on the hard drive so it can be read by program. Dude, Travis' problem sounds a lot more like

Looking for FreeBSD 1.0

2004-02-27 Thread Chris
Does anyone know where I can find (ISO perhaps) of FreeBSD 1.0? -- Best regards, Chris ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Hostname in shell (bash)?

2004-02-27 Thread Robert Westendorp
Try: PS1=`id [EMAIL PROTECTED] -s`$ I put that into the .bashrc file. - Original Message - From: Steven N. Fettig [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, February 27, 2004 8:01 AM Subject: Hostname in shell (bash)? Hi all, I searched the archives and documents on

Re: Multiple FreeBSD-installations on one harddisk?

2004-02-27 Thread Dan Strick
On Fri, 27 Feb 2004 17:23:13 +0100, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In order to run two (different) versions of FreeBSD on one Harddisk (4.9 and 5.2) are there any special caveats/pitfalls besides having a separate slice for every installation? 1) If you use the default FreeBSD master bootstrap

Vinum configuration question.

2004-02-27 Thread Jason Schadel
Here's my situation. I have two machines. One running OpenBSD on a 60gig drive and one running FreeBSD on a 10gig drive with a second 60gig for storage. I want to take the 60 gig drive from the OpenBSD box and use it as a mirror to the 60 gig in the FreeBSD box. The catch is I want to

Firewall enabling confusion.

2004-02-27 Thread Shaun T. Erickson
I put 'firewall_enable=YES' in /etc/rc.conf, in anticipation of rebuilding my kernel with the following options turned on: options IPFIREWALL options IPFIREWALL_VERBOSE options IPFIREWALL_VERBOSE_LIMIT=100 I rebooted, for unrelated reasons, and now see in the messages

RE: Firewall enabling confusion.

2004-02-27 Thread Remko Lodder
kldstat is the program you are looking for (like lsmod) It can indeed be that the module is loaded with it's default settings {block all} Hope this solves your lsmod question, the rest i cannot help you with since i don't understand ipfw :) {yet} cheers -- Kind regards, Remko Lodder

Re: Firewall enabling confusion.

2004-02-27 Thread Shaun T. Erickson
Remko Lodder wrote: kldstat is the program you are looking for (like lsmod) It can indeed be that the module is loaded with it's default settings {block all} Hope this solves your lsmod question, the rest i cannot help you with since i don't understand ipfw :) {yet} Thanks! Yes, the ipfw.ko

Kernel modules question.

2004-02-27 Thread Shaun T. Erickson
In linux, I'd use /etc/modules.conf to list and configure any kernel modules I want loaded at boot time. How is that done in FreeBSD? I see that there are a *lot* of kernel modules in /boot/kernel. How do I find out what each one is for and what their configuration options are? Sorry for

Re: Firewall enabling confusion.

2004-02-27 Thread Warren Block
On Fri, 27 Feb 2004, Shaun T. Erickson wrote: Thanks! Yes, the ipfw.ko module is getting loaded. So now I just need to know how to enable things like divert and logging. /etc/rc.firewall has examples. -Warren Block * Rapid City, South Dakota USA ___

Re: Connecting ISP problem

2004-02-27 Thread Toomas Aas
Hi! Now ISP connected but failure to connect Internet. Tried twice tun0: flags=8051UP,POINTOPOINT,RUNNING,MULTICAST mtu 1492 inet 203.88.164.90 -- 203.88.164.1 netmask 0x Opened by PID 236 This looks promising :-) # ping -c 3 [url]www.google.com[/url] ping: cannot

Re: Kernel modules question.

2004-02-27 Thread Warren Block
On Fri, 27 Feb 2004, Shaun T. Erickson wrote: In linux, I'd use /etc/modules.conf to list and configure any kernel modules I want loaded at boot time. How is that done in FreeBSD? It's /boot/loader.conf. See 'man 5 loader.conf'. -Warren Block * Rapid City, South Dakota USA

Re: Firewall enabling confusion.

2004-02-27 Thread Shaun T. Erickson
Warren Block wrote: On Fri, 27 Feb 2004, Shaun T. Erickson wrote: Thanks! Yes, the ipfw.ko module is getting loaded. So now I just need to know how to enable things like divert and logging. /etc/rc.firewall has examples. I looked at that. That's not what I mean. :) I mean, if I do not have to

Re: Kernel modules question.

2004-02-27 Thread Shaun T. Erickson
Warren Block wrote: On Fri, 27 Feb 2004, Shaun T. Erickson wrote: In linux, I'd use /etc/modules.conf to list and configure any kernel modules I want loaded at boot time. How is that done in FreeBSD? It's /boot/loader.conf. See 'man 5 loader.conf'. Ah. Thank you. :) Where do I find

procmail

2004-02-27 Thread Brian H
Greetings: I am trying to get procmail to send email to my Maildir in my home directory, but it keeps putting it in /var/mail/henninb. I am sure I just missed a setting, can someone help point it out. here is how everything is setup currently. Thanks, Brian ~/.pmdir cat recipes :0: *

Re: Search Path in bash2

2004-02-27 Thread Peter Risdon
Martin McCormick wrote: I am trying to modify the execution path on a FreeBSD system for all the bash2 users on that system. The man page says that default path is system-dependent, and is set by the administrator who installs bash. A common value is

Re: Firewall enabling confusion.

2004-02-27 Thread Ion-Mihai Tetcu
On Fri, 27 Feb 2004 15:43:16 -0500 Shaun T. Erickson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Warren Block wrote: On Fri, 27 Feb 2004, Shaun T. Erickson wrote: Thanks! Yes, the ipfw.ko module is getting loaded. So now I just need toknow how to enable things like divert and logging.

Re: Kernel modules question.

2004-02-27 Thread Ion-Mihai Tetcu
On Fri, 27 Feb 2004 15:44:24 -0500 Shaun T. Erickson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Warren Block wrote: On Fri, 27 Feb 2004, Shaun T. Erickson wrote: In linux, I'd use /etc/modules.conf to list and configure any kernel modules I want loaded at boot time. How is that done in FreeBSD?

Re: Firewall enabling confusion.

2004-02-27 Thread Shaun T. Erickson
Ion-Mihai Tetcu wrote: hint: sysctl -a | grep ip.fw for logging do: sysctl -w net.inet.ip.fw.verbose: 1 sysctl -w net.inet.ip.fw.verbose_limit: 5 Ah. see also man ipfw, it will answer your questions. I'm still wading through it - it's quite a long read. I'll finish before asking anything else.

RE: Problems resolving hosts

2004-02-27 Thread JJB
Well if you had paid closer attention to what Travis wrote you would have read that nothing had changed on that 5.2 lan box or his lan network so your guess about resolv.conf is way off base, and that UFS2 being the problem is a much more sound opinion. And as far as IPFW goes, your statement is

Re: Kernel modules question.

2004-02-27 Thread Ion-Mihai Tetcu
[EMAIL PROTECTED]: Connected to 65.173.111.5 but sender was rejected. Remote host said: 554 5.0.0 Romanian spam rejected Now ain't this a nice and full of wisdom message. On Fri, 27 Feb 2004 13:25:22 -0700 (MST) Warren Block

Re: procmail

2004-02-27 Thread albi
On Fri, 27 Feb 2004 14:56:50 -0600 Brian H [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am trying to get procmail to send email to my Maildir in my home directory, but it keeps putting it in /var/mail/henninb. I am sure I just missed a setting, can someone help point it out. here is how everything is setup

Re: Firewall enabling confusion.

2004-02-27 Thread Ion-Mihai Tetcu
On Fri, 27 Feb 2004 16:14:26 -0500 Shaun T. Erickson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ion-Mihai Tetcu wrote: hint: sysctl -a | grep ip.fw for logging do: sysctl -w net.inet.ip.fw.verbose: 1 sysctl -w net.inet.ip.fw.verbose_limit: 5 Ah. see also man ipfw, it will answer your

Re: Has anyone succeeded in compiling crm114 Mailfilter

2004-02-27 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Lowell Gilbert [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Gunnar Flygt [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I tried to compile the spam catcher CRM114. It bails out fairly quickly. Has anyone tweeked the src to work with FreeBSD? If I get a chance, I intend to crank out a port for it in a day or so. I wasn't

SoundBlaster 16 PnP ISA Card on 5.1

2004-02-27 Thread Philippe Vachon
Hey Folks. I just subscribed to the list, but I've been using FreeBSD on and off for a few months now. There has, however, been one thing lacking from my FreeBSD setup and that is the ability to play sound! I followed the directions in the handbook (namely adding the line to load the

Radeon 9800 XT 256 in FreeBSD 4.x or 5.x

2004-02-27 Thread Forrest Aldrich
I'm about to install/build a new FreeBSD system... but am curious if anyone has gotten a sufficient driver for this card. ATI provides one for Linux, of course... (frustrating) but not FreeBSD. Thanks. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: emailing trouble...

2004-02-27 Thread Andrew Boothman
Xpression wrote: Hi list, I've two servers, one running named and the Exim (MTA), the second one running Apache and Squid, the trouble is that I want to send mails through the second one to outside, but I can't, when I use: second# mail [EMAIL PROTECTED] the mail fails and go to the root

Re: Problems resolving hosts

2004-02-27 Thread Charles Swiger
On Feb 27, 2004, at 4:18 PM, JJB wrote: Well if you had paid closer attention to what Travis wrote you would have read that nothing had changed on that 5.2 lan box or his lan network so your guess about resolv.conf is way off base, and that UFS2 being the problem is a much more sound opinion.

RE: procmail

2004-02-27 Thread Henning, Brian
I tried removing everything in my recipes file, but that didn't work. Any more thoughts? Thanks, brian -Original Message- From: albi [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, February 27, 2004 3:24 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: procmail On Fri, 27 Feb 2004 14:56:50 -0600 Brian

Re: SoundBlaster 16 PnP ISA Card on 5.1

2004-02-27 Thread Jorn Argelo
Do you have the following kernel options compiled in your kernel? device pcm device sbc I believe you don't need a soundblaster kernel module then, but I am not sure. Cheers, Jorn On Friday 27 February 2004 17:41, Philippe Vachon wrote: Hey Folks. I just subscribed to the

Re: Radeon 9800 XT 256 in FreeBSD 4.x or 5.x

2004-02-27 Thread Jorn Argelo
You can try using FreeBSD's Linux Compatibility, but I can't guarantee if it works. That's why I always buy NVIDIA cards because they make FreeBSD drivers :-) You shouldn't install it in the default paths though, but in /compat/linux. Cheers, Jorn On Friday 27 February 2004 22:35, Forrest

Re: SoundBlaster 16 PnP ISA Card on 5.1

2004-02-27 Thread Philippe Vachon
Hey. I guess I was trying my best to avoid having to recompile the Kernel, and stick with the stock kernel in 5.1. Are there any alternatives to recompiling? Thanks. Phil V. Jorn Argelo wrote: Do you have the following kernel options compiled in your kernel? device pcm device

Re: procmail

2004-02-27 Thread Andrew L. Gould
On Friday 27 February 2004 03:55 pm, Henning, Brian wrote: I tried removing everything in my recipes file, but that didn't work. Any more thoughts? Thanks, brian -Original Message- From: albi [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, February 27, 2004 3:24 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Radeon 9800 XT 256 in FreeBSD 4.x or 5.x

2004-02-27 Thread Vulpes Velox
On Fri, 27 Feb 2004 16:35:56 -0500 Forrest Aldrich [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm about to install/build a new FreeBSD system... but am curious if anyone has gotten a sufficient driver for this card. ATI provides one for Linux, of course... (frustrating) but not FreeBSD. Just like on linux,

RE: procmail

2004-02-27 Thread Gary
Hi Brian, --On Friday, February 27, 2004 03:55:47 PM -0600 Henning, Brian [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I tried removing everything in my recipes file, but that didn't work. Any more thoughts? What is the contents of your /var/qmail/control/defaultdelivery file? Is it ./Maildiror ./Maildir/ ?

BSD 4.4 Configuration

2004-02-27 Thread Mateusz Rajca
Hi, I have Intel 810 Video Card and BSD 4.4. In the configuration in BSD 4.4 Under Video Cards Intel 810 isn't on the list. What should I do? Thanks Matt - Do you Yahoo!? Get better spam protection with Yahoo! Mail

Re: directories to exclude for backups

2004-02-27 Thread Ryan Merrick
Benjamin P. Keating wrote: My Plan is to make a gzipped tarball of the entire machine, excluding directories that are not necessary. If however, there is a more sound solution then tarballing a machine for a backup, Im all ears. I know rsync is a possibility, but i'd like to have just a solid,

Re: SoundBlaster 16 PnP ISA Card on 5.1

2004-02-27 Thread Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P.
Philippe Vachon wrote: Hey. I guess I was trying my best to avoid having to recompile the Kernel, and stick with the stock kernel in 5.1. Are there any alternatives to recompiling? Thanks. Phil V. Jorn Argelo wrote: Do you have the following kernel options compiled in your kernel? device

Re: BSD 4.4 Configuration

2004-02-27 Thread Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P.
Mateusz Rajca wrote: Hi, I have Intel 810 Video Card and BSD 4.4. In the configuration in BSD 4.4 Under Video Cards Intel 810 isn't on the list. What should I do? Thanks Matt You mean you have *FreeBSD* 4.4 ?? Which configuration are we talking about? Lastly, IIRC, there's a chapter in

Re: directories to exclude for backups

2004-02-27 Thread Andrew Hall
Ben, I personally believe the only data necessary to archive is your configuration files, and user data. The OS is easy to replace, real easy in FreeBSD. I consider the entire OS to be expendable because it is so easy to replace. Another option for software is amanda. Its in ports. Drew On

Re: can't ssh back into 10.242; host seen as Down

2004-02-27 Thread Ryan Merrick
Gary Kline wrote: 5.2-RELEASE is coming around. From the KVM connection to 10.242 I can telnet and ssh *out* to other places. (I can fetch ports and upgrade things... .) But I can't figure out why I can't ssh or telnet *in*. ping sees my new system as

RE: procmail

2004-02-27 Thread Gary
Hi Brian, --On Friday, February 27, 2004 04:36:51 PM -0600 Henning, Brian [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: cat /var/qmail/control/defaultdelivery cat: /var/qmail/control/defaultdelivery: No such file or directory Do I need to put maildir in here or something? Yes, you need to tell qmail what type of

Re: SoundBlaster 16 PnP ISA Card on 5.1

2004-02-27 Thread Philippe Vachon
Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P. wrote: Philippe Vachon wrote: Hey. I guess I was trying my best to avoid having to recompile the Kernel, and stick with the stock kernel in 5.1. Are there any alternatives to recompiling? Thanks. Phil V. Jorn Argelo wrote: Do you have the following kernel

RE: procmail

2004-02-27 Thread Henning, Brian
Hey Gary, I gave that a try. echo ./Maildir/ /var/qmail/control/defaultdelivery When I run: gotmail --use-procmail --procmail-bin `which procmail` -u b1henning -p password It delivers in the mbox instead of the Maildir. I tried you recipie changes you sugested and the .procmailrc changes. Any

Re: Is it feisable to do a Firewall'ed DHCP server?

2004-02-27 Thread Ryan Merrick
Dragoncrest wrote: I'm looking to take an old P120 with 128m of ram and turn it into a lan DHCP server. The thing is, the guys who will be pulling DHCP addresses are cream of the crop computer users who really know their way around. So I plan to have all network services (minus DHCP of course)

Re: SoundBlaster 16 PnP ISA Card on 5.1

2004-02-27 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Philippe Vachon [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I just subscribed to the list, but I've been using FreeBSD on and off for a few months now. There has, however, been one thing lacking from my FreeBSD setup and that is the ability to play sound! Do bear in mind that you are running an outdated

RE: procmail

2004-02-27 Thread Gary
Hi Brian, --On Friday, February 27, 2004 05:01:03 PM -0600 Henning, Brian [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I gave that a try. echo ./Maildir/ /var/qmail/control/defaultdelivery perfect.. When I run: gotmail --use-procmail --procmail-bin `which procmail` -u b1henning -p password It delivers in the

Re: SoundBlaster 16 PnP ISA Card on 5.1

2004-02-27 Thread dave
Hello, In my /boot/loader.conf file i have: snd_sb16_load=YES and that was all i needed to do. Aside from that you might need a volume control prog. HTH Dave. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: SoundBlaster 16 PnP ISA Card on 5.1

2004-02-27 Thread Philippe Vachon
Lowell Gilbert wrote: Philippe Vachon [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I just subscribed to the list, but I've been using FreeBSD on and off for a few months now. There has, however, been one thing lacking from my FreeBSD setup and that is the ability to play sound! Do bear in mind that you are

Re: SoundBlaster 16 PnP ISA Card on 5.1

2004-02-27 Thread Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P.
Philippe Vachon wrote: Lowell Gilbert wrote: Philippe Vachon [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I just subscribed to the list, but I've been using FreeBSD on and off for a few months now. There has, however, been one thing lacking from my FreeBSD setup and that is the ability to play sound! Do

Re: procmail

2004-02-27 Thread albi
On Fri, 27 Feb 2004 17:01:03 -0600 Henning, Brian [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: When I run: gotmail --use-procmail --procmail-bin `which procmail` -u b1henning -p password It delivers in the mbox instead of the Maildir. I tried you recipie changes you sugested and the .procmailrc changes.

Re: Vinum configuration question.

2004-02-27 Thread Greg 'groggy' Lehey
On Friday, 27 February 2004 at 14:06:48 -0500, Jason Schadel wrote: Here's my situation. I have two machines. One running OpenBSD on a 60gig drive and one running FreeBSD on a 10gig drive with a second 60gig for storage. I want to take the 60 gig drive from the OpenBSD box and use it as a

Re: SoundBlaster 16 PnP ISA Card on 5.1

2004-02-27 Thread Chris Pressey
On Fri, 27 Feb 2004 13:25:20 -0500 Philippe Vachon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: As I said before, the sound is compressed -- not in the data sense, but rather in the analogue sense where the wavelength of a waveform decreases, as does the period. I appologize if I had confused you, but I'm not a

Re: SoundBlaster 16 PnP ISA Card on 5.1

2004-02-27 Thread Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P.
Chris Pressey wrote: On Fri, 27 Feb 2004 13:25:20 -0500 Philippe Vachon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: As I said before, the sound is compressed -- not in the data sense, but rather in the analogue sense where the wavelength of a waveform decreases, as does the period. I appologize if I had

Problem with dhclient

2004-02-27 Thread Gerard Seibert
I am running FreeBSD version 5.2.1 I seem to have developed a problem with running DHCP on my computer. The dhclient is no longer working correctly. It was running fine until today. Upon bootup it no longer makes a connection. I have tried sysinstall and things get even weirder. I click

RE: procmail

2004-02-27 Thread Gary
Hi Brian, --On Friday, February 27, 2004 03:55:47 PM -0600 Henning, Brian [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: cat .qmail | preline /usr/bin/procmail -t ~/.procmailrc || exit 111 Just noticed this.. try |preline procmail brian that's it. -- Gary ___ [EMAIL

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