sleepycat db VS MySQL or postgres

2013-07-01 Thread Jim Pazarena
). And various smaller key sizes. Suggestions would be very much appreciated. -- Jim Pazarena fqu...@paz.bz ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to freebsd

Re: NcFTPd on 9.1 64-bit

2013-02-07 Thread Jim Pazarena
Jim Pazarena wrote, On 2013-01-27 7:58 PM: I have found that on the two machines which I installed 9.1 on, NcFTPd fails system logins for non-root attempts with Password wrong for user from 192.168.1.51 These are logins which previously on 9.0 worked as expected, and now fail on 9.1. Has

Re: NcFTPd on 9.1 64-bit

2013-02-07 Thread Jim Pazarena
On 2013-02-07 5:55 PM, Jim Pazarena wrote: Jim Pazarena wrote, On 2013-01-27 7:58 PM: I have found that on the two machines which I installed 9.1 on, NcFTPd fails system logins for non-root attempts with Password wrong for user from 192.168.1.51 These are logins which previously on 9.0

NcFTPd on 9.1 64-bit

2013-01-27 Thread Jim Pazarena
suggestions? Thanks! -- Jim Pazarena fqu...@paz.bz ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to freebsd-questions-unsubscr...@freebsd.org

kde4 on 8.3 and laptop

2012-05-29 Thread Jim Pazarena
always seems alive (altho in the cli the mouse is of no value). Suggestions would be very appreciated. -- Jim Pazarena fqu...@paz.bz ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions

swap space

2012-02-17 Thread Jim Pazarena
is there a command which can show the size of the hard drive swap? A df seems to avoid the swap area. This would be on a live production server. Thanks. ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

software raid

2012-02-07 Thread Jim Pazarena
Does FreeBSD support any type of software raid? I have an old rack mount server which has 8 bays, but all SATA, and NO raid. Sure would be nice to have a software raid to create a NAS device. -- Jim Pazarena fqu...@paz.bz ___ freebsd-questions

dot snap folder

2012-01-15 Thread Jim Pazarena
Is it permissible to delete the dot snap folder which is created in a filesystem? -- Jim Pazarena fqu...@paz.bz ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any

freeradius on freebsd

2011-11-30 Thread Jim Pazarena
I am having issues with freeradius being told system passwords are incorrect by freebsd, where I know they are not wrong. I think it relates to freeradius submitting crypt passwords while freebsd defaults to MD5. Has anyone encountered this issue on FreeBSD? Seems the freeradius newsgroup

radiusd-cistron

2011-11-19 Thread Jim Pazarena
I recently switched from FBSD 7.0 i386 to FBSD 8.2 amd64 my radius only sees garbage in place of the password, so no one can authenticate. Since I changed both OS (7.0-8.2) AND platform (i386-amd64), I am unsure where to start looking for an encryption problem. Any suggestions would be

enlarge a filesystem

2011-09-10 Thread Jim Pazarena
I have a drive with two filesystems. /dev/da1s1d 412G 337G 42G 89% and /dev/da1s1e 130G 19M 119G 0% I need the space on da1s1e. Does FreeBSD have any mechanism to enlarge s1d after I delete s1e ? Would GParted be able to do this? ___

Re: Web mail for not local domains.

2010-11-28 Thread Jim Pazarena
On 2010-11-28 9:36 AM, Jorge Biquez wrote: Hello all. I was wondering if you can suggest the best application you consider for the following. roundcube -- Jim Pazarena fqu...@paz.bz ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http

proper way to setup laptop with apache22

2010-09-04 Thread Jim Pazarena
I'm setting up a laptop with apache, just to play, basically. But apache doesn't like the fact that it can't resolve the lappy's hostname to an IP number and it will not load. The laptop gets its IP # via DHCP so it changes at various locations. I could use the localhost name IP #, which

debian compatibility

2010-05-27 Thread Jim Pazarena
can I please be directed to any on-line reference as the procedures involved in executing a Debian binary on FreeBSD 8? Thanks! ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe,

spamd update

2010-04-21 Thread Jim Pazarena
I recently upgraded p5-Mail-SpamAssassin on FreeBSD 8.0, and now exim generates the following error message in its logs: spam acl condition: cannot parse spamd output spamd and exim ran fine until I performed this update. can anyone suggest where to commence fixing this? Thanks!

spamd update

2010-04-21 Thread Jim Pazarena
I recently upgraded p5-Mail-SpamAssassin on FreeBSD 8.0, and now exim generates the following error message in its logs: spam acl condition: cannot parse spamd output spamd and exim ran fine until I performed this update. can anyone suggest where to commence fixing this? I have already run

at/batch subsystem time limit

2009-06-02 Thread Jim Pazarena
. So I was thinking that there may be a kernel timer which kills the job. is this possible? -- Jim Pazarena fqu...@ccstores.com ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe

7.1 release / apache22 / php5

2009-01-05 Thread Jim Pazarena
to /usr/local/libexec/apache22/libphp5.so it's present on my 7.0 system, and missing on my 7.1 system. advice would be much appreciated. -- Jim Pazarena fqu...@ccstores.com ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman

Re: 7.1 release / apache22 / php5

2009-01-05 Thread Jim Pazarena
Josh Carroll wrote: On Mon, Jan 5, 2009 at 7:52 PM, Jim Pazarena fqu...@ccstores.com wrote: for some odd reason, with this latest install (7.1), apache22 complains that it cannot find libphp5.so I usually compile php5 from ports and apache22 from ports after I think about it, I have never

Re: re changing from vista

2008-11-14 Thread Jim Pazarena
, your comments seem a great way to chase away a potential convert to FreeBSD. -- Jim Pazarena [EMAIL PROTECTED] ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail

Re: root /etc/csh

2008-11-10 Thread Jim Pazarena
shell default, and enable your toor user. isn't the main reason because other shells may reside on a filesystem which isn't necessarily mounted in maintenance/single user mode? Or, libraries for the same? -- Jim Pazarena [EMAIL PROTECTED] ___ freebsd

port versions query

2008-10-31 Thread Jim Pazarena
I tried the 5.1 mysql port, and found that it was a 5.1.26-rc ... RC so I rolled back to 5.0.67 Is there a way to tell in general what version is 'current' for FreeBSD 7? How could I query any given port in general and see which version it would install? -- Jim Pazarena [EMAIL PROTECTED

Mysql Performance Question 4.1.22 vs 5.1.26.rc

2008-08-29 Thread Jim Pazarena
I changed from 4.1.22 to 5.1.26.rc and my performance in a very busy db, tanked! could the use of an 'rc' possibly be my issue? is there any chance that the 'rc' has debugging enabled which is slowing me down? -- Jim Pazarena [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: Mysql Performance Question 4.1.22 vs 5.1.26.rc

2008-08-29 Thread Jim Pazarena
Abdullah Ibn Hamad Al-Marri wrote: - Original Message From: Jim Pazarena [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: FreeBSD freebsd-questions@freebsd.org Sent: Friday, August 29, 2008 8:34:14 PM Subject: Mysql Performance Question 4.1.22 vs 5.1.26.rc I changed from 4.1.22 to 5.1.26.rc and my performance

reminder email notification utility

2008-08-05 Thread Jim Pazarena
Is there a utility available which can take a database of dates events and email out a reminder? I know that I could create something using at, but seems to me that I saw a utility already designed for this. I have missed one too many birthdays -- Jim Pazarena [EMAIL PROTECTED

upgrade from MySQL 41 to MySQL 51 problems

2008-07-31 Thread Jim Pazarena
-client is installed and wanted version is mysql51-client. *** Error code 1 Stop in /usr/ports/databases/mysql51-scripts. Script done on Thu Jul 31 07:50:33 2008 -- Jim Pazarena [EMAIL PROTECTED] ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http

gcc cross compiling for CRIS

2008-06-28 Thread Jim Pazarena
The options available for cross compiling a CRIS binary within gcc do not seem to work. Is it possible that the base gcc doesn't have cross-compiling built in? -- Jim Pazarena [EMAIL PROTECTED] ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http

Re: cvsup will not speak to me :Connection refused

2008-03-26 Thread Jim Pazarena
in place which was blocking this. I apologize for the bandwidth -- Jim Pazarena [EMAIL PROTECTED] ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

cvsup will not speak to me :Connection refused

2008-03-22 Thread Jim Pazarena
I have a bank of 8 servers, all which do cvsup regularly for ports. I am recently going thru an upgrade to FreeBSD 7.0, and in a cvsup with server #5, I get :Connection refused I cannot figure out why this machine would be refused, when the other 4 upgrades to 7.0 work as expected. I use the

wget / wput

2008-03-14 Thread Jim Pazarena
I began using wput recently. While wput completes a transfer, it always ends with a Segmentation fault: 11 if the wput is forced to fail (with an incorrect password for instance) it issues what appears to be a correct response: login-Sequence failed .. Transmission of 1 file failed. but if

tcp wrappers

2008-01-07 Thread Jim Pazarena
this patch? I am struggling trying to find the tcpd source on my system. Thanks Jim Pazarena ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: About Freebsd 7.0 versus 6.3

2007-12-27 Thread Jim Pazarena
Aryeh Friedman wrote: On Nov 8, 2007 11:55 AM, Expresso Digital ISP [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, my name is Cesar. I'd like to know what is the diference between 7.0 and 6.3 and why create a newest version and after old version. 6.X is the last of versions meant primarilly for single

filesystem types

2007-08-26 Thread Jim Pazarena
I installed an amd 64 bit 6.2 freebsd with the default filesystem (on 3 drives) and my MySQL seems to have a 4Gb limit. Is there another filesystem I can select which bypasses this limit? Where can I read about available filesystems on FreeBSD? Thanks. Jim 2nd post. I think I screwed up the

memory above 4Gb ignored

2007-02-05 Thread Jim Pazarena
I do not see any reference to resolving the 786432K of memory above 4Gb ignored anywhere in Google or otherwise. I see references to it for FreeBSD 4.XX, but I am running 6.2, and have the same problem. Is there any easy solution? For a hoot, I installed SuSe 10.2 on my machine and it

is THIS why the 6.2 release seems stalled ?

2007-01-08 Thread Jim Pazarena
http://farragut.flameeyes.is-a-geek.org/articles/2007/01/08/a-shadow-lies-upon-all-bsd-distributions - Gentoo/FreeBSD: license problems require a development pause

trouble compiling a port - expect on 6.2RC1

2006-11-27 Thread Jim Pazarena
I have problems compiling the stock expect, well actually it is with the dependencies for expect tcl84 and tk84, on 6.2-RC1. How do I go about determining outstanding issues for any given port? Thanks. Jim ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing

v6 speed compared to previous versions

2006-11-13 Thread Jim Pazarena
When I switched to 6.0, then 6.1, it was noticed by most of my clients that my php/mysql/apache system slowed down a fair bit compared to previous version (5.XX). I always like to be on the bleeding edge of FreeBSD, but the performance hit is being commented about by my (few) mysql/php clients.

core dumps

2006-11-10 Thread Jim Pazarena
is there any way to have NO core dumps? ..aside from never causing one :) I mean, can you compile something into the kernel to prevent core dumps? I've never found it necessary to examine one in many years, and cannot foresee ever having to do it. Thx

Re: webbased email administration

2006-10-12 Thread Jim Pazarena
Andreas Wider√łe Andersen wrote: Hi, We're considering setting up an email service here and we need to give IT admins in various companies the ability to administer their own email addresses (under their domain). I'm looking for software that will do this. We currently run Sendmail and WU-POP3,

scsi performance these days

2006-07-24 Thread Jim Pazarena
does FreeBSD (6.1) still operate better on a SCSI drive system compared to EIDE or SATA ? ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

openwebmail

2006-06-20 Thread Jim Pazarena
does anyone have any recent how-to pages on setting up openwebmail on FreeBSD? a google shows lots of Linux stuff, most referring back to Openwebmail website, but FreeBSD setup is virtually non-existent. ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

cron job limits

2006-06-13 Thread Jim Pazarena
I have a fairly lengthy routine which runs each Sunday morning in a cronjob. For many months now it has never completed, and I have to manually run it from the CLI. (which runs fine). The cronjob runs as root. It isn't failing because of a PATH problem, (it's just /usr/local/bin/analog running

named / bind on 6.1RC2

2006-05-07 Thread Jim Pazarena
something seems to have changed with named on 6.1 compared to 6.0 using defaults named cannot create the /var/run/named.pid file. after changing permissions of /var/run to 777, THEN named runs and creates a named.pid of: bind:wheel upon reading I see a new rc.conf variable - named_uid I added

Re: named / bind on 6.1RC2

2006-05-07 Thread Jim Pazarena
Jim Pazarena wrote: something seems to have changed with named on 6.1 compared to 6.0 using defaults named cannot create the /var/run/named.pid file. after changing permissions of /var/run to 777, THEN named runs and creates a named.pid of: bind:wheel upon reading I see a new rc.conf variable

specifying a day for at command

2006-01-02 Thread Jim Pazarena
I want to run a job every 00:05 sunday morning. It is a script which run for a few minutes, then attempts to re-submit itself via at. at the end of the script, it has: echo /usr/local/bin/script | at 00:05 sunday this produces an error message: at:trying to travel back in time yes, cron could

atheros wireless setup

2005-12-15 Thread Jim Pazarena
I can't believe how incredibly easy it was to get the wireless going in my laptop. add: if_ath_load=YES to /boot/loader.conf and: ifconfig_ath0=dhcp to /etc/rc.conf and it works ! please tell me where I can read up on how to control the wireless link. Such as how to enter the SSID, and

New Logo

2005-11-03 Thread Jim Pazarena
after reading the original competition posting, it seems that it was orchestrated by the core @ freebsd it would be interesting to learn the total # of core members, and how the vote went, yay and nay, and whether, it at all, the core is hearing the message which seems to be emanating from the

sound on FreeBSD

2005-10-29 Thread Jim Pazarena
does anyone have a link where a web page has been created which explains clearly how to install sound drivers _and_ test them I.E. play a sound? I found on BSDForums.org an explanation which describes first using kldload to try to determine what driver you need, and then it speaks a bit about

maintainers of drivers

2005-09-19 Thread Jim Pazarena
how do you find out who the maintainer is of a particular driver? I am interested specifically in the RocketPort driver? Thanks! Jim ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To

comtrol rocketport 16 PCI

2005-08-18 Thread Jim Pazarena
the 5.4 kernel appears to support rocketport simply by including device rp in the kernel compile, after which devices like: /dev/ttyR[0-9a-f] /dev/ttyiR[0-9a-f] /dev/ttylR[0-9a-f] /dev/cuaR[0-9a-f] /dev/cuaiR[0-9a-f] /dev/cualR[0-9a-f] get created. would someone please advise the purpose of

syslogd and pipe to email

2005-05-30 Thread Jim Pazarena
I would like to email some kernel.warning messages to myself via the pipe action in syslog.conf, but I'm getting hung up on the fact that the pipe stays open (unless I HUP syslogd). The man page suggests that a script wrapper can be written to capture one line output and exit, but I wonder if

routed daemon

2005-05-16 Thread Jim Pazarena
Can the routed daemon co-exist with a CISCO router which, by default, also responds to routing requests? The reason I ask, is that I accidentally installed routed, and it was running, and my whole network came to a grinding halt, until I de-activated routed. I had not set up *any* configuration

Re: 5.3-release fine with 512MB RAM, reboots at times with 1.5GB (but no panic)

2005-03-16 Thread Jim Pazarena
Jean Lagarde wrote: I have been troubleshooting reboots over the last weekend, I think I might have enough clues now to get some useful hints from an expert. FreeBSD 5.3-release (see dmesg below for details) The problem seems to be with trying to run with 1.5GB vice 512MB of RAM. The system has

timed daemon functionality

2005-03-11 Thread Jim Pazarena
when I issue at timedc clockdiff I routinely see: timedc: XXX will not tell us the date time on XXX is 4 ms. behind time on what do I need to do so that the XXX machine _will_ offer the date to the routine? tia ___

cvsup gcc

2005-02-28 Thread Jim Pazarena
on 5.3, gcc 3.4.2 sees to have been updated, but doing a make install doesn't give you the new version 3.4.4 (gcc --version). what would the procedure be to get the newer gcc set as the default? thanks, Jim ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

emacs 5.3

2005-02-20 Thread Jim Pazarena
trying to compile emacs and it dies because it cannot find shared library Xaw3d.8 a find produces /usr/X11R6/lib/libXaw3d.so.7 libXaw3d.so and libXaw3d.a I've make installed /usr/ports/x11-toolkits/Xaw3d what do I have left to do to make the .8 shared library ? Thanks, Jim

need help with script and sed

2005-02-18 Thread Jim Pazarena
I would like to traverse my /users/home tree searching for all regular files and change any lines which read: /cgi-bin/Count.cgi ... to: http://counter.qcislands.net/cgi-bin/Count.cgi ... I kinda think that a 'find' with an -exec of 'sed' would do it but I'm not sure, and even if it were, I'm

log file creation - automatically

2005-02-02 Thread Jim Pazarena
I just placed my first 5.3 machine on line (previously 4.9) I am seeing every day two files being created: logloopstats lograwstats and then a date stamp for EVERY day previous: logloopstats.20050128 logloopstats.20050129 lograwstats.20050128 logrtawstats.20050129 etc can someone enlighten me?

disk fragmentation

2005-02-01 Thread Jim Pazarena
during the boot sequence, I routinely see a % fragmentation message. It was my understanding that fragmentation doesn't occur on a Unix (er FreeBSD) box.. It seems that there is a concept of fragmentation from the above message, so, is there an un-fragment utility? Jim

Re: removing phpMyAdmin

2005-01-26 Thread Jim Pazarena
Curtis Vaughan wrote: Well, I wanted to remove phpMyAdmin from my 5.3 server. Usually I would just go to the port location under /usr/ports/ and type make deinstall. However, phpMyAdmin apparently isn't here anymore. I don't even know exactly where it should be be but judging by freebsd's

fast CGI

2005-01-20 Thread Jim Pazarena
I have a .fcgi perl routine which has at the top of it: #!/usr/bin/perl use FCGI; # imports the library and when I attempt to execute this .fcgi, I get the following error message: Can't locate FCGI.pm in @INC (@INC contains: /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.5/mach

boot up notification

2005-01-14 Thread Jim Pazarena
I would like one of my servers to send me an email when it boots. I envision a script in rc.conf to do this. Is there an easier way, or an automatic system which can do this? Jim ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

rc.d execution was:boot up notification

2005-01-14 Thread Jim Pazarena
Gregor Mosheh wrote: I would like one of my servers to send me an email when it boots. I envision a script in rc.conf to do this. Is there an easier way, or an automatic system which can do this? I put this script in my /usr/local/etc/rc.d directory. I want it to run last, so I name it

4.9 rebooting

2005-01-12 Thread Jim Pazarena
I have a remote server which has begun re-booting every few days. Are there any logs which I can examine that may provide a clue as to the reason? Or any logging I can turn on/up ? I realize that during a reboot, logs are seldom up-to-date, but any clue would be handy. This is a remote co-located

p5-GDBM on FreeBSD 5.3

2005-01-06 Thread Jim Pazarena
this? Is it possible to re-compile perl to include GDBM natively? If so, how would I accomplish that? Thanks. -- Jim Pazarena ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL

p5-GDBM on FreeBSD 5.3

2005-01-06 Thread Jim Pazarena
this? Is it possible to re-compile perl to include GDBM natively? If so, how would I accomplish that? Thanks. -- Jim Pazarena ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL

phpMyAdmin on 5.3

2005-01-04 Thread Jim Pazarena
phpMyAdmin is marked as broken on my 5.3 release. has it since been fixed? (I've never tried cvsup, but will if it will help me with phpMyAdmin). Thanks! Jim ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: Strange startup behavior on 5.3-release

2004-12-14 Thread Jim Pazarena
Joshua Lokken wrote: On Tue, 14 Dec 2004 11:04:24 +0100 (CET), Gelsema, Patrick [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mon, 13 December, 2004 23:56, Mike Meyer said: I'm running 5.3-release, and seeing *very* strange behavior on startup. If I reboot the system, I get the following errors in

5.3 release and mysql

2004-11-08 Thread Jim Pazarena
Just installed 5.3 release, and attempted to install mysql40-server from the ports. while compiling mysql I got the following error: item_strfunc.h:542: internal compiler error:segmentation fault not sure what to do or who to turn to with this. This makes me want to stay with 4.10 :-( what is the

rocketport serial

2004-02-25 Thread Jim Pazarena
access to the 16 serial ports? I do not see any new devices added in /dev ? Thanks! -- Jim Pazarenamailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.qcislands.net/paz ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman

serial multi-port

2004-02-23 Thread Jim Pazarena
I purchased a comtrol rocketport (PCI) with the intention of loading on FreeBSD. I cannot see where/how I get the kernel to acknowledge the card. Can anyone offer suggestions? TIA -- Jim Pazarenamailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.qcislands.net/paz

DHCP access

2004-02-20 Thread Jim Pazarena
directly and then I know the IP (at least for this session). There has gotta be a better way. suggestions please. -- Jim Pazarenamailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.qcislands.net/paz ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http

cron question

2003-08-14 Thread Jim Pazarena
I am trying to grep for a record from a crob job... the entry looks like this: 58 23 * * * grep `date +%Y-%m-%d ` /log/fylename | mail admin cron complains: Syntax error: EOF in backquote substitution could someone enlighten me please? -- Jim Pazarena Box 550

port install of mysql

2003-08-06 Thread Jim Pazarena
wrong? -- Jim Pazarena Box 550 mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Queen Charlotte BC http://www.qcislands.net/paz CANADA V0T 1S0phone:250 559 ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http

Re: Something is wrong here

2003-08-03 Thread Jim Pazarena
The same thing happens to me occasionally. My diagnosis is this: * my MTA (exim) is set to reject junk mail. * freebsd list gets spammed with junk mail reasonably frequently * my MTA refuses the junk from the list * FreeBSD mailing system cuts me off because I have rejected the junk/spam which

mod_ssl and password

2003-07-14 Thread Jim Pazarena
I installed the apache_modssl port last night. I also installed my key certificate. ... it WORKED without a hitch! Is there a way to have the apachectl startssl NOT ask for a password? Automatic booting is stopped dead in it's tracks with the apachectl startssl in the rc scripts. TIA -- Jim

unloading media programatically

2003-03-24 Thread Jim Pazarena
the eject utility appears to be designed for cd's. is there something similar for DAT tapes? eject complains when I try it with my HP DAT. thanks. -- Jim Pazarena Box 550 mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Queen Charlotte BC http://www.qcislands.net/paz

multi-port serial IO support

2003-02-19 Thread Jim Pazarena
compat module) ? Thank you. -- Jim Pazarena Box 550 mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Queen Charlotte BC http://www.qcislands.net/paz CANADA V0T 1S0phone:250 559 To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd