On 5/10/2011 3:55 PM, Bill Tillman wrote:
I have a FreeBSD-8.2-STABLE server running OpenVPN. What I'm trying to do is to
be able to access my LAN with my M$ Windows laptop using a M$ compatible client.
I read the manpage and it basically sets forth examples in which there will be
Gary Dunn wrote:
Continuing the saga of building a wireless access point, what is the best way
to provide DNS service to the dowstream network? Seems like all I need is a
simple pass-through. For that named seems like overkill. Anyone have an
/etc/named/named.conf that does that?
Ansar Mohammed wrote:
Is sshd compiled with Kerberos support on freebsd 7.0?
libgssapi.so.9 = /usr/lib/libgssapi.so.9 (0x28124000)
libkrb5.so.9 = /usr/lib/libkrb5.so.9 (0x2812b000)
Otherwise, you should be able to use PAM, with
I'm setting up a centralized Kerberos/LDAP authentication system and
trying to get sudo to use a) Kerberos for the password, and b) LDAP for
a non-local user's group.
Locally on a client system /etc/sudoers specifies %sysadmin to be able
to sudo to root. I don't need to move sudoers to LDAP
Jon Theil Nielsen wrote:
I have googled for a very long time, but I haven't found any useful
howto on this issue. Well, there is
but that seems to be a bit confusing an not up-to-date. I guess it
Tek Bahadur Limbu wrote:
Since I am very new to database terminology, how scalable is a
database in terms of the data storage size. I mean suppose, we have
2 users each with a quota of 1 GB. What will eventually happen if
they all used up their quotas. That will be about 20 TB in size!!
I am unable to use the 'postmap' program under 6.0- or 6.1-RELEASE.
Instead of building a valid hash map, it puts in various data from what
appears to be my /etc/master.passwd file, complete with crypted
password. I believe that this is some type of a library issue.
John Kimble wrote:
I am looking into buying a cheap notebook computer (sub $800, the cheaper the better). I have been playing around with FreeBSD for the last few months and have decided to make it my sole OS, so I really want a notebook that's as FreeBSD-compatible as
On Tue, 18 Jul 2006, Tuc at T-B-O-H wrote:
All of a sudden today I'm getting :
nologin: Attempted login by root on UNKNOWN
on a server... Its happening QUITE a bit :
Jul 18 13:16:01 asgard nologin: Attempted login by root on UNKNOWN
Jul 18 13:16:01 asgard kernel:
Tuc at T-B-O-H.NET wrote:
Jul 18 14:21:02 asgard nologin: Attempted login by root on UNKNOWN
Jul 18 14:21:02 asgard kernel: Jul 18 14:21:02 asgard nologin:
Attempted login by root on UNKNOWN
I'm not sure who/what/where to start looking. Ideas?
Good to hear
What is the procedure to make active changes made to /etc/natd.conf?
Sometimes, restarting the natd process with an HUP drops my connection.
Other times the restart didn't seem to make any difference. The only
way I've ever updated natd rules was to restart the server and never
I tried to add a username ie. Bryan, but FreeBSD doesn't allow me
to do so. It gives me illegal username error. Any idea how to go
about adding usernames like 'Bryan-admin' etc.
Roland Giesler wrote:
I've installed qmail but for some or other reason I cannot log on to the
pop3 service. I keeps saying authorisation failed.
# ps -aux | grep readproc
root 130 0.0 0.0 860 72 con- SWed05PM 2:07.15 readproctitle
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