Re: very lightweight samba installation needed ... help ?

2005-10-10 Thread Kirk Strauser
/etc/make.conf and settings CFLAGS=-Os to build the smallest binaries possible. That may save you a few KB. -- Kirk Strauser The Day Companies ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions

Re: Happy Hacking keyboard, Emacs, and meta

2005-10-10 Thread Kirk Strauser
On Sunday 09 October 2005 16:41, Kirk Strauser wrote: I have an older PS2 Happy Hacking Lite Keyboard (love it!), but I'm getting reacquainted with Emacs and one aspect of the keyboard is driving me nuts: I can't seem to get the diamond keys (like Windows keys) to send only Meta to Emacs

Happy Hacking keyboard, Emacs, and meta

2005-10-09 Thread Kirk Strauser
(?)-a instead. I'd like to get this fixed ASAP, as using ESC for Meta for the rest of my life doesn't seem too appealing. -- Kirk Strauser pgpNyVScuZm38.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: OT: New design

2005-10-06 Thread Kirk Strauser
On Wednesday 05 October 2005 10:43 pm, Kirk Strauser wrote: I like the idea, but the rendering is lacking in some browsers. This screenshot comes from Konqueror 3.4.2 on a FreeBSD 6.0-BETA4 machine: I think I found the problem. I sit a few feet away from a 19 monitor, and have my minimum

Re: Nessus no longer open source

2005-10-06 Thread Kirk Strauser
they didn't write. Much ado was made at one point about some scammer or another offering to buy Linux. The general concensus is that this would be legally impossible without the permission of everyone who'd ever submitted a patch, unless those patches were removed. -- Kirk Strauser

Re: Hidden spot on hard drives?

2005-10-05 Thread Kirk Strauser
legitimate users (deservedly) hate you. Are you sure that's what your company really wants? -- Kirk Strauser pgpVt9ZlDUq3A.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: OT: New design

2005-10-05 Thread Kirk Strauser
at this point. -- Kirk Strauser pgpEZbl0DNNnD.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Bye-bye beastie ...

2005-09-27 Thread Kirk Strauser
. -- Kirk Strauser ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Bye-bye beastie ...

2005-09-27 Thread Kirk Strauser
. However, there *have* been people claiming that their Christian sensibilities were offended by Beastie. On-topic or not, Ted's patch was still a darn funny response to those people. -- Kirk Strauser pgpbfLRIueKhS.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Recommended AGP Nvidia card?

2005-09-23 Thread Kirk Strauser
On Friday 23 September 2005 01:04, Christopher Illies wrote: Since I disabled AGP, I had no more crashes with my card, even with RenderAccel enabled. No kidding? Is that configuration actually faster on your system? I may have to give that a shot. -- Kirk Strauser pgpLnVif45R8J.pgp

Re: Recommended AGP Nvidia card?

2005-09-23 Thread Kirk Strauser
in the README.txt for version 1.0-7676. It works, sort of: GLX is present and OpenGL apps run with the expected quickness. It's the broken 2D acceleration that's really putting a crimp in my usage. -- Kirk Strauser pgpsm2g8Cl5ER.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Recommended AGP Nvidia card?

2005-09-22 Thread Kirk Strauser
. That's the main reason I'm shopping for replacements - my hardware isn't as usable as it was six months ago. -- Kirk Strauser pgpSVqeFdXhJw.pgp Description: PGP signature

Recommended AGP Nvidia card?

2005-09-19 Thread Kirk Strauser
to use X.org's Composite extension as well so simple downgrading probably won't help. Any suggestions for a cheap, well-supported card? -- Kirk Strauser ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd

Re: Recommended AGP Nvidia card?

2005-09-19 Thread Kirk Strauser
overclocked 4000 series cards =). Thanks. Do you know of any FreeBSD-specific gotchas, and in particular whether RenderAccel works (or is still needed for tolerable performance)? -- Kirk Strauser The Day Companies ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing

Re: Illegal access attempt - FreeBSD 5.4 Release - please advise

2005-08-28 Thread Kirk Strauser
...and the problem is solved. Do people actually type their username for a particular host more than once? -- Kirk Strauser pgpQBKHH689kq.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: RELENG_6 upgrade from RELENG_5

2005-08-26 Thread Kirk Strauser
On Tuesday 23 August 2005 12:40, artifex maximus wrote: I think much better to leave GENERIC as is and making new config file like this: include GENERIC ident NEWKERNEL nomakeoption DEBUG nooptions KDB Slick! So, how does one nocpu I486_CPU? -- Kirk Strauser pgpSz75g5in3L.pgp

Re: clamav-0.86.2_1 from ports - freshclam core dumps

2005-08-03 Thread Kirk Strauser
(for other reasons, of course :) ) and let the rc.d script start it. -- Kirk Strauser pgpPJQcKg26BG.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: huh?

2005-07-28 Thread Kirk Strauser
legitimate question. Don't be so quick to anger. -- Kirk Strauser pgpgdkYjLcYwX.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: DNS service with a SQL backend

2005-07-21 Thread Kirk Strauser
with different values. -- Kirk Strauser pgpDEh7WPyUP4.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: frontend for openssl?

2005-07-21 Thread Kirk Strauser
variable to point to /usr/local/etc/mypersonalCA, then edited /etc/ssl/openssl.cnf to refer to the same directory. That way, I don't have to deal with it wanting to use the relative directory ./demoCA during its operations. -- Kirk Strauser pgpum1ctTm5Jk.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: NIC suggestion

2005-07-06 Thread Kirk Strauser
suspect it isn't. Can someone suggest a common 100 MB NIC that has proven to be very stable in 5.x? Intel EtherExpress PROs (fxp driver) are pretty much universally respected. -- Kirk Strauser pgpqqrK224JAC.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: upgrading all ports

2005-06-26 Thread Kirk Strauser
. -- Kirk Strauser pgpWLLCRSLTgP.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: upgrading all ports

2005-06-25 Thread Kirk Strauser
that it's much, much faster to selectively upgrade a few of them rather than starting over from scratch. -- Kirk Strauser pgpXBLDkTdhIz.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: OT: usage of split

2005-06-20 Thread Kirk Strauser
. -- Kirk Strauser pgpMvb9INMZUt.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: postfix or qmail?

2005-06-18 Thread Kirk Strauser
instead of qmail? All technical debates aside, Qmail isn't F/OSS software. They couldn't ship it without getting a custom license. -- Kirk Strauser pgpznT7FmRNty.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: postfix or qmail?

2005-06-18 Thread Kirk Strauser
+foo). I set mine to + and use it all the time whenever I give out my address (although I subscribed to this mailing list before I migrated to Postfix so you won't see it on my messages here). For example, my listed address on Slashdot is [EMAIL PROTECTED]. -- Kirk Strauser pgpF1Q5KM1uxD.pgp

Re: rcNG script problems

2005-06-14 Thread Kirk Strauser
On Tuesday 14 June 2005 12:07, JM wrote: i've written an rcNG script but i'm having some issues. Step one: set rc_debug=YES in /etc/rc.conf to see what's actually happening when you attempt to run your script. That seems to uncover about 95% of the problems I've had. -- Kirk Strauser

Re: postgrey question

2005-06-02 Thread Kirk Strauser
quickly. -- Kirk Strauser pgprm1Lmj0YjL.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: postgrey question

2005-06-01 Thread Kirk Strauser
/free_issues/issue_02/focus_spam_postfix -- Kirk Strauser pgp6NW3nqOGMj.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: postgrey question

2005-06-01 Thread Kirk Strauser
know if that meant it would be running three postfix queues now or if it is just a misunderstanding on my part. Sort of, in a way, except that in theory any MTA (or other process) could use the amavis or postgrey ports, so they're not exactly Postfix-specific. -- Kirk Strauser pgpNV4tf3R1Et.pgp

Re: drivers

2005-05-30 Thread Kirk Strauser
size. Would this be a reasonable option for the FreeBSD lists? I'd hate to reject all large messages just because we can't imagine a need for it at the moment, but I certainly understand the need to limit them as much as possible. -- Kirk Strauser pgpVGfRHKDekb.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Killing spam on FreeBSD

2005-05-25 Thread Kirk Strauser
; it's available online at http://www.freesoftwaremagazine.com/free_issues/issue_02/focus_spam_postfix/ . An associate and I are considering building little FreeBSD anti-spam appliances to sell to local businesses. -- Kirk Strauser pgpA01PvN9EFf.pgp Description: PGP signature

Top only showing one active CPU on HTT system

2005-05-24 Thread Kirk Strauser
both 0 and 1 in the C column and I'm not exactly sure when it stopped. Any ideas? -- Kirk Strauser pgp4xZrDnsZ7X.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Top only showing one active CPU on HTT system

2005-05-24 Thread Kirk Strauser
On Tuesday 24 May 2005 10:59, Kris Kennaway wrote: Read the security advisories issued for FreeBSD. I thought that I had. I missed the we're now disabling HTT by default unless you set a new sysctl part. :-) -- Kirk Strauser pgp5vJSWjc6sa.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Top only showing one active CPU on HTT system

2005-05-24 Thread Kirk Strauser
... -- Kirk Strauser pgp2DHPLutd24.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Top only showing one active CPU on HTT system

2005-05-24 Thread Kirk Strauser
On Tuesday 24 May 2005 12:13, Jonathan M. Slivko wrote: Where did you actually set that, in /etc/sysctl.conf? Yep. -- Kirk Strauser pgpmtHJuevgL0.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Hardware RAID Cards..

2005-05-24 Thread Kirk Strauser
? -- Kirk Strauser pgpNbFlUGGFoS.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Hardware RAID Cards..

2005-05-24 Thread Kirk Strauser
and striping, but those really don't put a lot of demand on the CPU. If you're also doing database, mail, and PHP on the same system then you'd probably want a bit of external acceleration. -- Kirk Strauser pgpoFlqYEoimr.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: illegal user root user failed login attempts

2005-05-18 Thread Kirk Strauser
in locally. -- Kirk Strauser pgp6g6RRmxX88.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: How much does it cost?

2005-05-18 Thread Kirk Strauser
buying the official disks as a sort of donation or out of convenience), but it certainly *is* possible to buy it. -- Kirk Strauser pgppqOdechwKS.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: query

2005-05-16 Thread Kirk Strauser
instead of punishing the rest of us by putting it in your username? -- Kirk Strauser pgp4N7lUBVK5R.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: monitoring and alerting software ????

2005-05-12 Thread Kirk Strauser
On Thursday 12 May 2005 12:47, Philip Hallstrom wrote: Nagios. http://www.nagios.org/ aol Me, too /aol I have a Nagios server monitor several friendly networks. I get emails, pages, or Jabber popups as appropriate whenever problems start. -- Kirk Strauser pgpvmBnWWvBnR.pgp Description

Re: Mailinglist privacy: MY NAME ALL OVER GOOGLE!

2005-05-06 Thread Kirk Strauser
On Friday 06 May 2005 05:52, Anthony Atkielski wrote: DMCA So, how's that working out for you with non-US third-party mirrors that aren't subject to American law in any way? -- Kirk Strauser pgp8pIAyidpmi.pgp Description: PGP signature

Automounting smbfs?

2005-04-08 Thread Kirk Strauser
The built-in amd automounter may work great for NFS, but I increasingly find myself mounting Windows shares and amd doesn't seem to support them. Any suggestions? -- Kirk Strauser pgpeoVWZpiZCj.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Automounting smbfs?

2005-04-08 Thread Kirk Strauser
it grows much more. -- Kirk Strauser pgpnecNh4aXia.pgp Description: PGP signature

ksu doesn't use my ticket

2005-03-19 Thread Kirk Strauser
system. -- Kirk Strauser pgp8NMTEsNFFF.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: ksu doesn't use my ticket

2005-03-19 Thread Kirk Strauser
On Saturday 19 March 2005 02:22 pm, Tillman Hodgson wrote: The ksu from the mit-krb5 port works the way you expect it to. Thanks for the info. Any idea why the one in the base system wouldn't, though? I'm loathe to replace the working installation if I don't have to. -- Kirk Strauser

Re: Stupid ASCII loader prompt

2005-03-17 Thread Kirk Strauser
/baptist -- Kirk Strauser pgpbslDuqP07Z.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: how to deal with spam for good?

2005-03-10 Thread Kirk Strauser
available online at http://www.freesoftwaremagazine.com/free_issues/issue_02/focus_spam_postfix . While it's largely aimed at Postfix users, every method I use is available in other MTAs. -- Kirk Strauser pgpCQtbNU3vhO.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: feedback on a good DNS server

2005-03-10 Thread Kirk Strauser
good, bad, or irrelevant is up to the administrator. It's just something that many people aren't aware of but would be interested in. -- Kirk Strauser pgpjGKGQuYDdn.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: how to deal with spam for good?

2005-03-10 Thread Kirk Strauser
were blocked, he'd still get his pay for performing the service. -- Kirk Strauser pgpO5DMMwWu5c.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: feedback on a good DNS server

2005-03-09 Thread Kirk Strauser
. -- Kirk Strauser pgpf5zsx3GSn1.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: dir ~

2005-03-01 Thread Kirk Strauser
a file named -, then rm -- - will get rid of it. -- Kirk Strauser pgp2zrSak1nvc.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Summer Internship 2005

2005-02-28 Thread Kirk Strauser
is at http://www.freebsd.org/releases/5.4R/todo.html . We look forward to your contributions! • Designed Spell-checker [...] • Worked with 8*8 and 16*16 RAM to implement sate machine and GCD -- Kirk Strauser pgpnUxVvwpDXM.pgp

Re: Trouble Compiling 4.3.10 on FreeBSD 5.X

2005-02-26 Thread Kirk Strauser
On Saturday 26 February 2005 01:50 pm, Tim Traver wrote: for some reason, I cannot get php to compile a shared object to work with apache 1.3.33... Is there a reason you're not using the port? -- Kirk Strauser pgpV2KZZZW9WC.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: rss client

2005-02-24 Thread Kirk Strauser
On Thursday 24 February 2005 05:56, kalin mintchev wrote: is there something like http://www.newsfirerss.com/ for freebsd? I like www/akregator. It's a KDE program, and optionally integrates well with Kontact if you like such things. -- Kirk Strauser pgpgnxLBOijh2.pgp Description: PGP

Re: Alright, you jdk14 geeks...

2005-02-01 Thread Kirk Strauser
On Tuesday 01 February 2005 07:27 pm, John wrote: I should have been clearer - I meant my NFS clients, my own local machines in my lab - not clients as in customers. NFS clients implies peered Unix machines. Has anyone tried building jdk14 with distcc? -- Kirk Strauser pgpyAfWoFdkcP.pgp

Anyone made pkgtools.conf's ALT_PKGDEP work?

2005-01-29 Thread Kirk Strauser
automatically but it never does. Has anyone made this work, or should I file a PR? -- Kirk Strauser pgpfaWUb6H7T2.pgp Description: PGP signature

Graphviz fonts

2005-01-28 Thread Kirk Strauser
list of directories. Any ideas? -- Kirk Strauser pgp6R0MveFBLz.pgp Description: PGP signature

hdparm for FreeBSD?

2005-01-10 Thread Kirk Strauser
Linux users have a tool, hdparm, that lets them adjust all sorts of drive characteristics (read look-ahead, 32-bit I/O, multi-sector I/O, and so on) beyond the normal things seen in the hw.ata tree. Is there an equivalent for FreeBSD? -- Kirk Strauser pgpvJocPy8Pcv.pgp Description: PGP

Re: hdparm for FreeBSD?

2005-01-10 Thread Kirk Strauser
affects a filesystem's attributes but not the underlying hardware. -- Kirk Strauser pgpw52zm08NOf.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: make sudo failed

2005-01-07 Thread Kirk Strauser
duanting a task. I've updated ports via slow connections many times without too much trouble. The first update may take a while, sure, but keeping it current should be pretty easy. You could even download a tarball of the ports collection to get started with a reasonably new tree. -- Kirk

SSHing to a kerberized jail behind a NAT/firewall

2004-12-29 Thread Kirk Strauser
from inside my LAN, but not from outside (especially when I can connect to its parent machine from the outside world)? 2) Where on earth did that krbtgt/[EMAIL PROTECTED] request come from? -- Kirk Strauser pgpC53nRrYUyn.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: FreeBSD Jails Perl: Reading /proc ...

2004-12-27 Thread Kirk Strauser
(sysutils/jailadmin), and eventually solved it by using jexec to execute ps from within a jail. This is actually a lot faster than opening and reading a lot of files from within /proc, *and* allows you to run a system without a mounted proc filesystem should you want to do so. -- Kirk Strauser

Re: portupgrade time, xorg ports

2004-12-27 Thread Kirk Strauser
or so to see when the list of packages that need X11 is small enough that you can force-upgrade them in a reasonably short amount of time. Also note that this general approach works for pretty much any other large system that you might want to remove, not just X.org. -- Kirk Strauser

Re: trying to locate Teddy Field's son

2004-12-15 Thread Kirk Strauser
On Tuesday 14 December 2004 20:54, sasha.roxie wrote: I'm trying to locate Teddy's son, so googled your name. I hate to say it, but your relative's been hanging out with a pack of merry daemons. -- Kirk Strauser pgpul9hqYrv61.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: cron not running job

2004-12-14 Thread Kirk Strauser
On Tuesday 14 December 2004 12:20, Andy Clements wrote: Did I forget some small tid-bit that needs to change for this to work? Cron requires a newline at the end of the file. I'll bet that your crontab ends with cvs-sup.sh and not cvs-sup.shNEWLINE. -- Kirk Strauser pgpBCUQtL0uV4.pgp

Re: J2sdk1.4.2 patch

2004-12-07 Thread Kirk Strauser
it again when the required patch becomes available. -- Kirk Strauser pgpI2w9gcjlf6.pgp Description: PGP signature

Fixed my WRITE_DMA problems by removing vinum

2004-12-06 Thread Kirk Strauser
blame vinum for destabilizing my ATA system - I wouldn't testify in court that I didn't inadvertently change any seemingly minor but actually important setting - but the circumstantial evidence seems pretty strong for me. -- Kirk Strauser pgpw2DcLez865.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: KDE, FreeBSD fish

2004-12-06 Thread Kirk Strauser
to a shell on your system and running cd, ls, cat, and so on to get directory listings and the contents of files. If there is a problem with one of these commands, then there you go. -- Kirk Strauser pgpOR9NljvzdK.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: FreeBSD or OpenBSD

2004-12-05 Thread Kirk Strauser
value security above all else, including performance and easy access to lots of software. I can certainly imagine scenarios where I'd make that choice (credit card databases, domain controllers, etc.) but for the stuff I work with more commonly, FreeBSD is my pick. -- Kirk Strauser

Re: NVidia driver not using AGP?

2004-12-01 Thread Kirk Strauser
there. Some of the settings could potentially make your card quite a bit faster, but they're not universally compatible so they're off by default. -- Kirk Strauser pgpschbTPwZC9.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: NVidia driver not using AGP?

2004-11-30 Thread Kirk Strauser
not terribly surprised that agp.ko wouldn't work on my system. I'm pretty disappointed that nvidia's own drivers don't seem to be working, either. -- Kirk Strauser pgpKJqCTd5Lkf.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Anybody have it working? (was Re: NVidia driver not using AGP?)

2004-11-30 Thread Kirk Strauser
On Tuesday 30 November 2004 10:49, Kenneth Culver wrote: Are you using xorg or XFree86? xorg. -- Kirk Strauser pgpKNNc0P1McA.pgp Description: PGP signature

NVidia driver not using AGP?

2004-11-29 Thread Kirk Strauser
combination of settings would result in a system where the display seems to run correctly, but is much slower than expected? -- Kirk Strauser pgpBpsgR3xSM8.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: NVidia driver not using AGP?

2004-11-29 Thread Kirk Strauser
On Monday 29 November 2004 03:21 pm, Kenneth Culver wrote: One of the computers I'm having this problem with is a P4 with an Intel chipset Which reminds me: I forgot to mention that my system has a 1.4GHz Thunderbird on an Asus A7V (KT133) motherboard. -- Kirk Strauser pgpmry6oI8yuU.pgp

Anybody have it working? (was Re: NVidia driver not using AGP?)

2004-11-29 Thread Kirk Strauser
an NVidia card with the most recent x11/nvidia-driver port in AGP (as opposed to PCI) mode? -- Kirk Strauser pgpgr0i0F7EmG.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: NVidia driver not using AGP?

2004-11-29 Thread Kirk Strauser
On Monday 29 November 2004 04:35 pm, Raul Zighelboim wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] sysctl -a | grep -i agp [...] hw.nvidia.agp.status.status: enabled What exactly did you do? Did you do anything special to your kernel or loader.conf other than disabling agp.ko? -- Kirk Strauser

/etc/rc.d/mountcritremote and nfsserver

2004-11-19 Thread Kirk Strauser
not to? Would this make sense as a patch for FreeBSD in general? -- Kirk Strauser pgp4tuEs0WsmH.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: /etc/rc.d/mountcritremote and nfsserver

2004-11-19 Thread Kirk Strauser
waiting for that to happen, though. BTW, this obviously won't work if you plan to re-export remote nfs-shares Right. That's not important to me, but I can see why that wouldn't be a good default. -- Kirk Strauser pgp34Bluynaup.pgp Description: PGP signature

Yep - Firefox again.

2004-11-19 Thread Kirk Strauser
what else to try. Any thoughts? -- Kirk Strauser pgpOezPzKkqEM.pgp Description: PGP signature

SOLVED: My desktop travails, 2: Glacially slow X.org

2004-11-15 Thread Kirk Strauser
On Monday 08 November 2004 15:36, Kirk Strauser wrote: So, any idea why my text rendering and GLX are so painfully slow? Text rendering: Disregard the warnings and add this to the NVidia card's Device section in xorg.conf: Option RenderAccel True GLX: Even though the docs say

Re: SOLVED: My desktop travails, 2: Glacially slow X.org

2004-11-15 Thread Kirk Strauser
know if it would run GL apps well, but the 2D is fast enough that it's perfectly usable forr me. But enough of that. I'm not finding any docs on the RenderAccel option. Can you point me to it? Sure. It's mentioned in /usr/X11R6/share/doc/NVIDIA_GLX-1.0/README.Linux . -- Kirk Strauser

How to use ALT_PKGDEP?

2004-11-11 Thread Kirk Strauser
way to solve this? -- Kirk Strauser pgprE1IJCpD8K.pgp Description: PGP signature

Followup to moused and 7-button mice

2004-11-08 Thread Kirk Strauser
On Saturday 06 November 2004 11:27, Kirk Strauser wrote: [...] moused only seems to pass the first 5 through to X. I don't know what else to say - I must've been smoking too much crack that morning. After a reboot to install new hardware, moused seems in fact to have started passing those

My desktop travails, 2: Glacially slow X.org

2004-11-08 Thread Kirk Strauser
, glxgears reports a framerate between 2 and 3. I've tried using both Nvidia's AGPGART and FreeBSD's own (following the instructions that came with the port and rebooting between trials to unload the agp.ko kernel module). So, any idea why my text rendering and GLX are so painfully slow? -- Kirk

moused and 7-button mice

2004-11-06 Thread Kirk Strauser
? For those interested, this page includes a picture of the trackball that may make more sense than my description: http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/mouseandkeyboard/productdetails.aspx?pid=012 -- Kirk Strauser pgpkXReSy0xIY.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: The release of 5.3

2004-10-18 Thread Kirk Strauser
/1000 Network Connection, Version - 1.7.25 port 0xecc0-0xecff mem 0xfe10-0xfe11 irq 16 at device 2.0 on pci0 em0: Ethernet address: 00:c0:9f:34:70:b8 em0: Speed:N/A Duplex:N/A em0: Link is up 1000 Mbps Full Duplex -- Kirk Strauser pgpRCR3MJZL2O.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Site link

2004-10-17 Thread Kirk Strauser
without asking, so sayeth the courts. -- Kirk Strauser pgpK5WdtxGxZa.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Port upgrading - my way

2004-09-21 Thread Kirk Strauser
port recently disabled the various mod_proxy modules by default. Since my company's site depends on those, I would have been in a mess if I hadn't planned to handle that change before running the portupgrade. -- Kirk Strauser pgpEAtXOSkkil.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Which Laser Printer for FreeBSD

2004-09-17 Thread Kirk Strauser
64MB of generic memory, being fed PostScript via USB by CUPS on my FreeBSD server. Setup took all of about 5 minutes, and the print quality is flawless. -- Kirk Strauser pgpEp27K30uyB.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: parts of ports

2004-09-01 Thread Kirk Strauser
On Wednesday 01 September 2004 08:32, messmate wrote: Have only 600M hd space available included swap. Be sure to install some method of securely backing up your firewall, such as rsync-over-SSH. A 600MB drive is ancient and probably nearing death. -- Kirk Strauser pgpTrQnJ6H4BR.pgp

Re: User Accounts across multiple machines

2004-07-22 Thread Kirk Strauser
setup with one based on OpenLDAP. It works perfectly across my FreeBSD, Linux, and Mac OS X machines. NIS did the job, but I won't be rolling it out on new systems ever again. -- Kirk Strauser pgpZKGWSAhTEw.pgp Description: signature

Re: KMail and IMAP

2004-07-19 Thread Kirk Strauser
breath. -- Kirk Strauser pgpgy2qS6nf9c.pgp Description: signature

Re: Is it possible to set-up a USB Printer in Freebsd?

2004-07-14 Thread Kirk Strauser
1200. From dmesg: ulpt0: HewLett Packard HP LaserJet 1200, rev 1.10/1.00, addr 2, iclass 7/1 ulpt0: using bi-directional mode Have you tried connecting your USB printer to see if FreeBSD recognizes it? If it does, using CUPS to configure it usually easier than setting it up on Windows. -- Kirk

Killing spam on FreeBSD

2004-07-13 Thread Kirk Strauser
emails and 50 spams per day. Afterward, I'm receiving about 600 emails and 1 spam (yes, one) per day. In other words, I don't seem to be having any false positives at all. -- Kirk Strauser pgpJZbmXQImV1.pgp Description: signature

Re: X servers

2004-07-09 Thread Kirk Strauser
is moving toward X.org and the XFree86 seems slated for stagnation and obsolescence. Political issues aside, I think that X.org is where all of the action is. -- Kirk Strauser ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo

Re: Removing thousands of files using rm

2004-07-06 Thread Kirk Strauser
destination. You'd have your hot directory while being able to move the old version out of the way for deletion at your leisure. -- Kirk Strauser ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe

ksu not working as expected

2004-06-30 Thread Kirk Strauser
instead of ksu. I'm kind of stuck at this point. I have everything configured correctly from what I can tell, and this should certainly be a lot easier than, say, configuring OpenLDAP and SASL. Any thoughts? -- Kirk Strauser pgpnYhVYlYlnX.pgp Description: signature

Re: commercial X server?

2004-06-25 Thread Kirk Strauser
distribution. -- Kirk Strauser pgpxNC7EDi7Ty.pgp Description: signature

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