On Mar 28, 2013, at 2:10 PM, Laszlo Danielisz wrote:
If I'm sharing an external 1TB HDD with FreeBSD and OS-X (I wan to use Time
Machine), what is the best file system to use?
Time Machine is only supported on top of journaled HFS+; I'm not sure how
fusefs-hfs is doing on FreeBSD, though. Or
On Mar 29, 2013, at 3:52 PM, Damien Fleuriot wrote:
On 29 March 2013 18:06, Chuck Swiger cswi...@mac.com wrote:
Time Machine is only supported on top of journaled HFS+; I'm not sure how
fusefs-hfs is doing on FreeBSD, though. Or you could setup multiple
partitions and have an exFAT
On Feb 18, 2013, at 11:23 AM, Christopher Sean Hilton wrote:
I need to use svn to checkout the old security/cfs port so I can do
a one-time transfer of some data off of a USB drive. At the end of the
day, I just need the one port so if the cvs repository is available I
could also get it
On Feb 13, 2013, at 12:35 PM, Jin Guojun wrote:
When attached a Trendent TU2-ET100 USB Ether dongle for a second interface,
has no problem to talk to the local network (10.234.37.0/24), but it has
to talk to a remote network or host (10.227.148.0/24) via eu0 interface.
On Feb 13, 2013, at 2:17 PM, Jin Guojun wrote:
/etc/ethers does not help because there is no way resolve the IP by QFHN in
I'm not sure what QFHN is, but setting up an entry in /etc/ethers provides
the IP to MAC address mapping that ARP attempts to provide dynamically.
On Jan 16, 2013, at 11:35 AM, Peter Vereshagin wrote:
[ ... ]
Over again: How could I 'svn checkout' the sources without those '.svn'
subdirectories in the each and every repo's subdirectories?
If you're using Subversion-1.7 on the client side, there's only one .svn
subdirectory at the top
On Jan 10, 2013, at 10:57 AM, Tim Daneliuk wrote:
I have used rsync for many years to make sure a destination
machine:directory is kept up-to-date with some source master
I now need to find a way to keep two different machine:dirs
in sync with each other. But for any given file,
On Jan 8, 2013, at 9:09 AM, Robert Huff wrote:
WHAT HAPPENS when you 'telnet' to your mailserver port(s) and try
doing smtp transaction(s) manually?
I don't get the SMTP prompt.
OK, so sendmail either isn't starting, isn't binding to port 25, or some sort
of network/firewall issue
On Dec 6, 2012, at 12:36 PM, Vagner wrote:
[ ... ]
Either use one of the su/sudo flavors I mention above, or /bin/sh -l
to provide a login env to the process?
ie means to implement restrictions limits(1) and login.conf(5) for daemons is
Sure, it's possible: run the daemon
On Jun 22, 2012, at 11:19 AM, Walter Hurry wrote:
A little digging around has revealed that there are two 'mailq'
executables on my system: /usr/local/bin/mailq and /usr/bin/mailq.
The first is part of the mail/postfix-current port which I have installed
and use, and the second is
On Jun 22, 2012, at 8:28 PM, Jorge Biquez wrote:
I am sorry if the following 2 questions could sound too stupid.
a) Normally any Domain name registered has to have 2 Nameservers. Some
registry like the one responsible for .ORG requires 2 at least to propagate
the domain. In
On Jun 13, 2012, at 11:43 AM, Simon wrote:
Possible but extremely unlikely, I always had issues whenever I tried to build
MySQL server myself.
That by itself is interesting.
The hardware where this is running has been very
stable. I don't have any issues whatsoever making world, etc...
On Jun 13, 2012, at 11:34 AM, Simon wrote:
I upgrade to FreeBSD 8.3-p3 and installed MySQL 5.0.95 from ports.
It runs fine until it dies silently. Does anyone run a heavy loaded MySQL
under such setup? how can I troubleshoot this?
I could never compile a stable MySQL server from the ports
On Jun 13, 2012, at 12:24 PM, Simon wrote:
I wish I could get some input from someone running MySQL server with 300+
queries a second and what MySQL version/build they are running.
By all means-- while I'm quite familiar with busy databases, folks aren't
MySQL for that kind of TPS
On Jun 13, 2012, at 1:23 PM, Peter Vereshagin wrote:
I have the directory in the file system with 2 regular files each of which
sized as 700M according to 'ls -l'. But the torrent client and 'du -s' and
-l's 'total' show that the directory size is 300M.
How can that be?
On Jun 7, 2012, at 10:29 AM, Michael Sierchio wrote:
On Thu, Jun 7, 2012 at 10:27 AM, Michael Sierchio ku...@tenebras.com wrote:
net.inet.tcp.finwait2_timeout: 6 - ms, ten minutes
I can't do arithmetic, but you get the idea. A full minute.
Yes; that's already shorter than possible
On Jun 7, 2012, at 4:15 PM, Fbsd8 wrote:
dmesg command does not show date of last boot.
Are there some other commands to find date of last boot?
Try last | grep reboot.
firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list
On Jun 7, 2012, at 6:32 PM, Randal L. Schwartz wrote:
You must reboot a lot. My last log goes back only to the first of the
month, and my uptime is 16 days right now, so I can't see the most
recent reboot with last.
FreeBSD aggressively rotates the utmp/wtmp databases; most other platforms
On Jun 6, 2012, at 4:54 PM, Robert Bonomi wrote:
[ ... ]
It may seem reasonable to you, but is there -legal- basis to do so?
Go ask your lawyer. freebsd-questions isn't qualified to provide you with
On Jun 4, 2012, at 4:13 PM, Rod Person wrote:
I'm seen this once or twice and it show up again today, I'm not exactly
sure what these MCA lines are telling me. Is this something to worry
fuse4bsd: version 0.3.9-pre1, FUSE ABI 7.8
pid 90013 (cppunittester), uid 0: exited on signal 11
On May 22, 2012, at 6:05 AM, Odhiambo Washington wrote:
Can someone please tell me how to resolve the following multiplicity of
libraries, to ensure I only compile applications against a particular
library. I believe this emanates from my installing of openssl from the
You could run
On May 22, 2012, at 8:58 PM, Lars Eighner wrote:
But I don't have a clue what to do from here.
Try running 'dhclient'. If that works, add this to /etc/rc.conf:
The hub is supposed to have a web page at (imaginary address) 192.168.15.1,
but I haven't been able to raise
On May 17, 2012, at 10:22 AM, lpeth wrote:
I have a 8core, 32 GB ram server I built myself. AMD cpu, with Supermicro
motherboard. I want to use FreeNAS as a database system, and I'm wondering
what it will cost to use FreeBSD with FreeNAS. I see the Version I would like
is $40 for a
On May 16, 2012, at 1:08 PM, David Banning wrote:
[ ... ]
It is machines that connect and receive via DHCP 192.168.1.2 and above that
can't connect to the internet though the server. I don't know a whole
lot about route - I have been attempting a variation of route commands
On May 11, 2012, at 2:09 PM, Chad Leigh Shire.Net LLC wrote:
it is my understanding that SYN_SENT is when MY SIDE sends out a request and
is awaiting a reply?
One of the jails we run for a customer had hundreds (if not thousands) of
attempts to connect from the 147. address
On May 7, 2012, at 11:38 AM, Paul Halliday wrote:
Is it possible to let a user write to a directory but not access the
file after they write it?
The file is being transferred via scp and after the transfer I don't
want them to be able to re-fetch or even get a directory listing.
On Apr 25, 2012, at 5:31 AM, jb wrote:
does OS X kernel share any code with FreeBSD kernel's memory management
The simple answer is no. A more complex answer:
% grep -ri freebsd xnu-1699.24.23 | wc -l
% grep -ril freebsd xnu-1699.24.23 | sort | uniq
% grep -ril freebsd
On Apr 23, 2012, at 11:13 AM, Dean E. Weimer wrote:
I am running NTPD built from ports on system that has had world rebuilt
without ntp. After doing some port updates this morning to the latest
OpenSSL which caused ntp to rebuild as its built against the OpenSSL port.
ntpd now core dumps
On Apr 23, 2012, at 12:08 PM, Dean E. Weimer wrote:
Tried rebuilding without the with SSL option set, oddly it started once after
that, but a restart caused same behavior. gdb doesn't give me anything that
I know how to interpret, gdb -c /ntpd.core. (I haven't really used gdb
On Apr 20, 2012, at 12:08 PM, Eugen Konkov wrote:
checking 'man find' there is no -printf parametr.
Does FreeBSD has different version of find utility compare to linux?
Yes. Linux comes with GNU find.
Maybe some knows workaroud for that?
Install GNU find.
On Apr 20, 2012, at 12:40 PM, Chris Whitehouse wrote:
I've wondered this for ages. When you set up networking as part of installing
FreeBSD one of the pieces of information requested is a domain name. Also
setting up dhcp.conf one of the fields is domain name. What do you do if you
On Apr 12, 2012, at 1:01 PM, Ron wrote:
If I send email from a local user (while SSH'd in using the command line
mail) to another local user (mail t...@mysite.com) on the same machine, but
using the full email address, I get the following error and the email bounced
On Mar 15, 2012, at 1:17 PM, Martin McCormick wrote:
I opened it with dd files=2 if=/dev/sa0 of=testfile and
then did the strings utility on testfile and got:
What does file testfile think?
(od -ax on the first part of the file might be informative, also.)
On Mar 12, 2012, at 12:45 PM, kalth...@googlemail.com wrote:
Is there a way to determine whether a FreeBSD-system was compiled with gcc or
I thought of some libs or so that might significantly differ.
It's fairly easy to determine whether assembly code was compiled with gcc or
On 3/6/2012 2:13 PM, Luke Marsden wrote:
[ ... ]
My current (probably quite simplistic) understanding of the FreeBSD
virtual memory system is that, for each process as reported by top:
* Size corresponds to the total size of all the text pages for the
process (those belonging to
On Mar 2, 2012, at 2:52 PM, Vladislav V. Prodan wrote:
# ps -auxww | grep syslog
root 84784 0,0 0,0 12168 1348 ?? Ss ср00 0:03,24
root 24776 0,0 0,0 16408 1364 9 S+2:50 0:00,00 grep
Try specifying -c twice.
On Feb 22, 2012, at 10:48 AM, Jaime Kikpole wrote:
On Feb 22, 2012, at 11:40 AM, Matthew Seaman
The remaining port (lang/perl5.8) hasn't been modified in 7 months, and
I believe it may well be deprecated and removed fairly soon.
Good to know. What
On Feb 21, 2012, at 5:14 PM, alexus wrote:
is there a way to make apache22 w/ php5 without using /usr/ports?
Yes, you could download and build the sources yourself without using ports.
It wouldn't be any faster or easier, though.
just using pkg_add -r apache22 pkg_add -r php5
On Feb 21, 2012, at 5:31 PM, alexus wrote:
I dont think you really grasping what I was asking..
With respect, of course I understand what you were asking.
I am aware that I can build from source, yet I'm trying to stay away
from that route due to a lot of overhead going forward...
On Feb 17, 2012, at 2:05 PM, Robison, Dave wrote:
We'd like a show of hands to see if folks prefer the old style default with
4 partitions and swap, or the newer iteration with 1 partition and swap.
For a user/desktop machine, I prefer one root partition. For other roles like
a server, I
On Feb 17, 2012, at 3:11 PM, Devin Teske wrote:
a. A security issue
/tmp is by-default out-of-the-box world-writable (perms 1777).
Yes. It works as intended even when /tmp is part of a single root partition;
although mounting /tmp as a RAM- or swap-based tmpfs filesystem might be better
On Feb 17, 2012, at 3:54 PM, Jim Pazarena wrote:
is there a command which can show the size of the hard drive swap?
A df seems to avoid the swap area.
You're looking for swapinfo
On Feb 17, 2012, at 4:11 PM, Devin Teske wrote:
However, for whatever reasons, the overwhelming majority of folks using MacOS
X don't have problems using a single root partition, and while they
fill up their disks, that's a situation which they should be able to recover
On Feb 17, 2012, at 4:10 PM, Robison, Dave wrote:
On 02/17/2012 15:55, Chuck Swiger wrote:
Yes. It works as intended even when /tmp is part of a single root
partition; although mounting /tmp as a RAM- or swap-based tmpfs filesystem
might be better for many situations.
Sure it has its
On Feb 8, 2012, at 11:39 AM, Henry Olyer wrote:
Second, I am getting: inetd: ssh/tcp: bind: address already in use.
What's the fix, please?
Don't try to run sshd via inetd when you're already starting it as a daemon.
On Feb 5, 2012, at 10:39 PM, Radek Krejča wrote:
I have problem with using ntpd on 8.2 amd64 (not tested elsewhere). If I have
a lot of interfaces (vlans) ntpd crashes with segmentation fault (core dump).
I have tested on my test machine and it really depends on number of
interfaces. It try
On Feb 6, 2012, at 8:15 AM, Ryan Merrell wrote:
We have an Intel modular blade server. The chassis has 2x 3-disk RAID(5)
arrays. Volume 1 is what the OS (FreeBSD 7.2) is installed on and Volume 2 is
mounted at /usr. These two volumes are da0 and da1.
This doesn't matter directly to your
On Jan 27, 2012, at 12:38 PM, Kévin Hagner wrote:
But now, during the compilation, my entire computer has planted, and I
noticed that swap_pager emmited message in buckle on the tty1 like him :
swap_pager: indefinite wait buffer: bufobj: 0, blkno: 48002, siwe 4096
After a check on the
On Jan 25, 2012, at 2:08 PM, Doug Poland wrote:
The issue I'm having is the shebang line of the scripts in OS X is
#!/bin/sh, and it turns out that is really an instance of bash, and
the code contains some bashisms. On FreeBSD I have bash in
Is there an easy/best way
On Jan 25, 2012, at 7:24 PM, Da Rock wrote:
On 01/26/12 12:55, Doug Poland wrote:
This gets me closer, but the scripts behave differently now on OS X. For
example, printf's don't output the same.
Try searching on google and find out exactly what sh MacOSX is using. Then
On Jan 14, 2012, at 5:18 PM, Paul Beard wrote:
Turns out some applications won't work if you move the socket if they are
configured to access localhost. Seems like a misunderstanding of networking
if you can specify a port number in a configuration file but the application
looks to the
On Jan 15, 2012, at 8:43 AM, Paul Beard wrote:
Useful clarification but a UNIX domain socket sounds less like networking and
more like interprocess communication, i.e., something explicitly tied to a
Yes, that's right.
There is a skip networking option for MySQL that
On Jan 14, 2012, at 10:17 AM, Paul Beard wrote:
I would be interested in knowing how those permissions got changed.
Someone or something running as root changed them.
I rebooted the system early on in the process as I kept seeing messages like
120114 9:39:04 [ERROR] Can't start
On Jan 12, 2012, at 11:38 AM, akshay sreeramoju wrote:
The image shows, (not sure how bad it is showing for you), more or less the
display I get from firefox and emacs. I will try to send a more detailed
You appear to be running in an 8 or 16-bit color mode; what does
On Jan 12, 2012, at 8:53 PM, Dmitry Sarkisov wrote:
I'd like to try building my ports with features and optimizations modern
A couple of q. here:
1. What's the safest (less painful) way to go - build with fresh gcc or
For portable code, there
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On Jan 11, 2012, at 2:03 PM, Randal L. Schwartz wrote:
First, it looks like pkg_add -r needs the full package name. Is there
any way to give it zsh instead of zsh-4.3.15?
Create a symlink from zsh-4.3.15.tbz to zsh.tbz on the package server.
You can also control this at the time of building
On Jan 8, 2012, at 11:57 AM, Chris wrote:
Can the upcoming FreeBSD 9 mount ext4 file systems out of the box?
Probably no. There's ext2 backwards-compatibility, but from what I recall, as
soon as someone uses extents under the ext4 filesystem it is no longer
backwards-compatible with ext2/3.
On Jan 9, 2012, at 12:02 PM, alexus wrote:
there is no way to make it like that? so it has to be build via ports?
The PHP maintainer decides the default options, which is what the precompiled
package you got used. While many people want PHP in the form of an Apache
module, other folks use it
On Jan 6, 2012, at 10:03 AM, John Almberg wrote:
My FreeBSD servers have been quite reliable since I started using them 4 or 5
years ago, so I don't have much experience debugging them.
Can anyone give me a hint about what might be wrong (I assume with the HD),
and how/if it might be
On Jan 5, 2012, at 11:42 AM, Janos Dohanics wrote:
- Do I have a bad hard drive (apparently, I do...)
- Why are there No Errors Logged by smartctl?
You've probably got a bad sector on the drive, anyway.
The SMART error log is a funny thing governed by various drive's firmware which
On Dec 29, 2011, at 11:16 AM, Walter Alejandro Iglesias wrote:
I am giving my firsts steps with FreeBSD.
Greetings and welcome...
In a RELEASE fresh install, after updating the ports using i.e.
portsnap, the packages downloaded with pkp_add -r are older
versions respect their port
On Nov 11, 2011, at 3:10 PM, Gary Kline wrote:
hw r u gys dng?
how are you guys doing?
Assuming you've got emacs installed:
info emacs -s abbrev
email@example.com mailing list
On Nov 10, 2011, at 2:25 AM, Michael Cardell Widerkrantz wrote:
True for PS/2, but not true for USB-- the USB Vendor Product ID can
identify different keyboard types and let you infer the country.
I'm sorry I was unclear. I meant the USB device doesn't say what
physical keyboard layout it
On Nov 10, 2011, at 3:57 PM, David Brodbeck wrote:
On Thu, Nov 10, 2011 at 11:12 AM, Chuck Swiger cswi...@mac.com wrote:
FreeBSD's users generally are more technically inclined and might be willing
to deal with this, but even so, I suspect that most folks would appreciate
the system trying
On Nov 9, 2011, at 12:02 PM, Michael Cardell Widerkrantz wrote:
And should HAL have discovered my swedish keyboard automatically in
the first place, so there was something going wrong there?
How would HAL know that the keyboard had a Swedish layout? No such
information is sent through
On Nov 9, 2011, at 5:01 PM, Polytropon wrote:
In this regards, it's also strange how FreeBSD could forget
USB information it once had.
On my old 5.x system, I got dmesg lines like that:
ukbd0: Sun Microsystems Type 6 USB keyboard,
rev 1.00/1.02, addr 3, iclass 3/1
On Nov 7, 2011, at 4:19 PM, ajtiM wrote:
I ahve a problem that computer freeze when I compailing ports without error.
Sometimes freeze (hard reset help) and sometimes reboot.
I did ran memtest 24 hours and there were no errors, I used smartmontools for
check hard drive and there are no
On Oct 28, 2011, at 1:04 PM, Jerry wrote:
Check out MOVED in the ports. There are numerous applications that
are just abandoned or discontinued. If something breaks I want someone
to contact. I realize that is not the Open Source way however. The
thought of someone actually being responsible
On Oct 27, 2011, at 10:39 AM, Jerry wrote:
Printing under MS Windows is a breeze. The *nix community has never
gotten printing up to that lever.
Of course Unix has had functional printing; the issue is mostly dumb printers
which can't accept PostScript or at least PCL, and need an OS-specific
On Oct 20, 2011, at 2:57 AM, Damien Fleuriot wrote:
Also, what do they mean by SAS 6Gbps External Controller ?
SAS is serial attached SCSI; it permits multipath connections to devices and
thus is more similar to fibre channel HBAs than SATA, although some SAS
controllers will also work
On Oct 20, 2011, at 9:59 AM, Damien Fleuriot wrote:
SAS is serial attached SCSI; it permits multipath connections to devices
and thus is more similar to fibre channel HBAs than SATA, although some SAS
controllers will also work with normal SATA drives.
I know what SAS stands for.
On Oct 19, 2011, at 11:23 AM, Andy Wodfer wrote:
I need to delete about 20 files, but I can't do it through the CMS nor by
command line on this FreeBSD 8.1 STABLE server. There's something with the
character encoding/keyboard or server setup I think.
This is what a
On Oct 19, 2011, at 11:55 AM, Kurt Buff wrote:
I have gotten custody of an old machine running the aforementioned,
and it's in production. I can take it down for a couple of hours if
necessary, but would prefer to have it down as little as possible.
The most straightforward solution would be
On Oct 19, 2011, at 12:34 PM, Alexander Best wrote:
the du(1) man page states the following:
Calculate block counts in blocksize byte blocks. This is differ-
ent from the -k, -m options or setting BLOCKSIZE and gives an
estimate of how
On Oct 19, 2011, at 12:45 PM, Kurt Buff wrote:
You can do either. However, it's probably easier to just download and burn
the 7.4 or 8.2 image, and do an upgrade directly than it would be do upgrade
via source to 7.0-RELEASE and then try freebsd-update.
Gotta love conflicting answers from
On Oct 19, 2011, at 1:37 PM, Alexander Best wrote:
The default blocksize is 512 bytes.
The -B option flag lets you tell du to assume a different filesystem
so when running freebsd on a hdd with a blocksize of 4k, a simple 'du -h' will
always display incorrect results, unless
On Oct 17, 2011, at 3:53 PM, Jason Usher wrote:
Are they all the same, or are there some USB flash choices that are more
durable and fault tolerant than others ?
There's fairly significant differences:
SLC NOR flash tends to
On Oct 12, 2011, at 8:29 AM, Dean E. Weimer wrote:
I know that setting this option in Apache does the trick for HTTPS, I just
need to figure out how to tell Sendmail to do the same.
If anyone has any idea how
On Oct 12, 2011, at 5:14 PM, Polytropon wrote:
On today's disc drives, you typically don't have a
3.5mm headphone connector for direct listening. Also
some sound cards (unlike most onboard sound chips)
have the ability to connect the CD audio wire inside
the machine. This feature is obsolete,
On Sep 28, 2011, at 5:08 AM, Gene wrote:
This is probably (ok... IS) off topic, so if anyone knows of a list dealing
with policyd-weight please just point me at it.
policyd-weight is a port, so maybe freebsd-ports. But mail RBLs are fairly
generic and you could use them with sendmail from
On Sep 23, 2011, at 2:04 PM, Jason C. Wells wrote:
Is rsync a good choice for a backup tool?
It's OK. A versioned backup system (dump/restore, Legato Networker, Amanda,
Retrospect, etc) is more efficient at using backup storage.
Should I use the rsyncd or should I use NFS? I'm using 100
On Sep 14, 2011, at 11:27 AM, Jonathan Vomacka wrote:
In regards to partitioning, I have a question regarding a rumor that has
been told to me by various different linux experts, and I wanted to confirm
if this also takes place with FreeBSD Unix. In the past, I have always had
[ ...combining two emails... ]
On Sep 13, 2011, at 9:49 AM, Brett Glass wrote:
If that's indeed the case, the kernel must be doing the math wrong.
While there have undoubtedly have been kernel bugs with timekeeping (and there
may be more still present), it's not uncommon for hardware issues to
On Sep 13, 2011, at 12:34 PM, Gary Kline wrote:
can anyone start me on the way of porting a python program to C?
Learn Python. Learn C.
Analyze the Python program and document its functionality.
Use this document as the functional spec for writing the C program.
On Sep 12, 2011, at 2:14 PM, Toomas Aas wrote:
I've mounted the new FS under /mnt and use tar to transfer the files:
tar -c -v -f - -C /docroot . | tar xf -
You probably wanted -p flag on the extract side.
The manpage recommends one of the following constructs:
On Sep 12, 2011, at 4:50 PM, Brett Glass wrote:
What's more, it appears that the negative ping times being shown for pings of
localhost are off by about -687 ms, consistently. Any ideas?
Your system's timekeeping appears to be busted. Are you running ntpd with
tinker step 0.0 or some
On Aug 18, 2011, at 9:36 AM, alexus wrote:
su-3.2# tcpdump -nnAvvvw webmail.west.cox.net 'dst host 184.108.40.206 and
(dst port 80 or 443)'
tcpdump: listening on bce0, link-type EN10MB (Ethernet), capture size 96 bytes
let's see what I capture...
You're going to capture traffic of people
On Aug 15, 2011, at 9:37 AM, Chris Brennan wrote:
It's been a while since I've had to do this and the drive that contained
all of my notes is dead, along with the backup (I was actually lucky to
recover my home drive before it also failed but my notes were not
there). I cannot for the life
On Aug 15, 2011, at 10:05 AM, alexus wrote:
what else can I do to find it on my system who's trying to connect to
remote webmail.west.cox.net ?
Monitor your network for SMTP traffic:
tcpdump -nA -s 0 port 25
If malware is sending out spam, you'll see it and can then use lsof or whatever
On Aug 15, 2011, at 1:06 PM, Yuri wrote:
Why does this error occur? Two groups seem identical. Just different group
Filesystem is UFS: /dev/ad10s1a on / (ufs, NFS exported, local)
How many groups is user john in?
There's a limit of MAXGROUPS = 16.
On Aug 11, 2011, at 5:03 PM, eculp wrote:
In a trade with a friend, I ended up with a Linksys E3000. The only
windows machine that I have is my wife's 10 laptop that doesn't have a dvd.
I use FreeBSD or pcBSD for everything, workstations, servers, etc. I need to
On Aug 10, 2011, at 4:26 PM, Wright, Jonathon Mr CTR US USA USARPAC wrote:
How do I know as an admin of my FreeBSD server that the version I am running
is supported via automated fashion?
I'm trying to find a way to do this through a script of sorts so that when
the date comes, I'm
On Aug 9, 2011, at 10:04 AM, Sudhakar K wrote:
i'm new to freebsd 8.2, i downloaded full dvd iso. I installed once.
But on gui. Can you please tell me how to install this release and use
Now its only a dos like environment. Please help me. I'm new to freebsd.
Read the fine
On Jul 27, 2011, at 10:55 AM, doug wrote:
Some is amiss as:
/usr/local/bin/autom4te-2.62: Command not found.
How do I find out what the actual error is?
What does head -3 /usr/local/bin/autom4te-2.62 say?
One guess is that it's pointing to an invalid
On Jul 27, 2011, at 11:50 AM, d...@safeport.com wrote:
What does head -3 /usr/local/bin/autom4te-2.62 say?
One guess is that it's pointing to an invalid invocation of perl
#! /usr/bin/perl -w
# -*- perl -*-
# Generated from autom4te.in; do not edit by hand.
exactly - I looked at that
On Jul 22, 2011, at 9:45 AM, Lars Eighner wrote:
Since there does not appear to be any likelihood that uart will be fixed, I
figure I will be stuck in 7.4 forever. But what does that mean in the not
too distant future when 7.4 is no longer supported? Is there some way to
prepare for that
On Jul 22, 2011, at 10:19 AM, Miller, Vincent (Rick) wrote:
Lets say, theoretically, one wishes to replace a device driver in the FreeBSD
media so that consequent system installs from that media built with the
alternate driver, as opposed to the stock media driver. How would one
On Jul 22, 2011, at 10:49 AM, Mike Tancsa wrote:
Sure-- you could provide fixes for uart yourself, or adequately detailed bug
reports so that whatever the problem is which you see could be worked on by
I thought this was deja vu all over again. Same issue as in
On Jul 19, 2011, at 11:20 AM, Thomas D. Dean wrote:
sysinstall shows 3 choices for disk drives. ad4(600G), ad6(600G),
I want to use RAID0 and use the entire disk, partitioned by 'A'.
Which disk do I select for installation?
ar0 is the RAID-0 volume. However, I would
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