Re: How to set source address for outgoing SSH?

2004-09-28 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Tue, 28 Sep 2004, Daniela wrote: I have some problems with an outgoing SSH connection to a machine on my LAN. Connections from the clients to the server work, but not vice versa. The server has two NICs and the connection should normally go through the inside interface, but the

Re: Ssh connection

2004-09-23 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Thu, 23 Sep 2004, Pota Kalima wrote: I think I have narrowed the fault down to ssh from mac os x because I could connect from ssh client on windoz. On mac os x I get same message [ssh: connect to host 192.168.0.5 port 22: Permission denied] when the freebsd box is switched on or OFF!!

Re: Ssh connection

2004-09-19 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Sep 19, 2004, at 05:28, Pota Kalima wrote: I am having trouble connecting TO my base machine which runs release 5.2.1 from 2 other machines (Mac OS X, and Windoz). I can connect to the OS X machine FROM this base machine as well as from the windoz machine. What happens if you try to ssh to the

Re: Ssh connection

2004-09-19 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Sep 19, 2004, at 05:28, Pota Kalima wrote: I am having trouble connecting TO my base machine which runs release 5.2.1 from 2 other machines (Mac OS X, and Windoz). I can connect to the OS X machine FROM this base machine as well as from the windoz machine. What happens if you try to ssh to the

Re: Ssh connection

2004-09-19 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Sep 19, 2004, at 10:17, Pota Kalima wrote: On 19/9/04 5:56 pm, Kevin Stevens [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What happens if you try to ssh to the machine from itself? KeS Tried to ssh to machine itself and got the following: $ Ssh 192.168.0.5 The authenticity of host '192.168.0.5 (192.168.0.5)' can't

Re: freebsd compatible routers

2004-08-18 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Aug 18, 2004, at 01:40, Dino Vliet wrote: @home we have a cable internet connection and I want to attach a router to it to be able to share the internet connection of 1 standalone winxp pc and a laptop running freebsd 4.10 The cable connection uses dhcp to assign me a ip-address. I also would

Re: Is promiscuous mode bad?

2004-08-15 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Aug 15, 2004, at 15:32, Bill Moran wrote: Remko Lodder [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Reminder for bill: sniffing via bpf requires the same privileges whether promisc. is set or not, so you always need to be root for sniffing data of the line, that is when the permissions is not tampered with :).

Re: Top posting solution

2004-08-10 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Tue, 10 Aug 2004, JJB wrote: The fact of life is all the Unix mail clients adhere to the Unix email format of posting the reply to the bottom of the email while indenting with a quote character. Not true. Pine doesn't, for example. It begins a reply with the cursor at the very top of the

RE: Top posting solution

2004-08-10 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Tue, 10 Aug 2004, JJB wrote: So your a hard core purest on the other side of the coin. You know absolutely nothing about my position on this subject other than what you infer from the formatting of the posts I've made. The fact that I reject specious argument from incorrect facts is

Re: implementing spf

2004-07-26 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Mon, 26 Jul 2004, Robert Storey wrote: I never heard of spf until yesterday, when there was a big discussion about it on Slashdot. The discussion was very political (about Microsoft, Richard Stallman, etc). I don't want to get into any of the politics here, as it's not appropriate for

Re: ports on OS X

2004-07-19 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Jul 18, 2004, at 22:51, Joshua Lewis wrote: Down to the questions. Any one know how I can get the ports collection on here? I am thinking download CVSup and then running a ports-all. Any other ideas? Umm. You're trying to install the freebsd ports collection on a Mac running what?

Re: Routing issue

2004-07-19 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Jul 19, 2004, at 02:12, Web Walrus (Robert Wall) wrote: That network card has a config roughly like ifconfig_dc0 inet 1.2.3.4 netmask 255.255.255.248 ifconfig_dc0_alias0 inet 2.3.4.5 netmask 255.255.255.248 defaultrouter=1.2.3.1 Excuse me why I interject that it's a royal PITA when people post

Re: DNS server

2004-07-11 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Jul 11, 2004, at 12:46, Matthew Seaman wrote: On Sun, Jul 11, 2004 at 01:53:22PM -0500, Len Conrad wrote: a domain needs to be added to before it will function correctly. This is known as propagation. the misnomer propagation is used by people who think DNS data needs time to be available, to

Re: How Critical Is It To Use an ISP Running FreeBSD or BSD/OS?

2004-07-10 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Jul 10, 2004, at 17:33, Jerry McAllister wrote: On Sat, 10 Jul 2004 19:09:13 -0400, Bob Perry [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I remember reading in The Complete FreeBSD, by Greg Lehey, that you'll be better off with an ISP that runs FreeBSD or BSD/OS. Can anyone provide a scenario(s) where

Re: Moving my Outlook PST file to any BSD E-mail client

2004-07-09 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Fri, 9 Jul 2004, Bill Moran wrote: Joshua Lewis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This is a bit of the long way around, but I've done it, so I know it works. We set up a temporary IMAP server, and used Outlook to copy all the mail and folders up to the IMAP server. Then you can just connect to

Re: [Fwd: /etc/hosts and /etc/host.conf confusion]

2004-07-02 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Jul 2, 2004, at 20:39, David Fuchs wrote: # $FreeBSD: src/etc/host.conf,v 1.6 1999/08/27 23:23:41 peter Exp $ # First try the /etc/hosts file hosts # Now try the nameserver next. bind # If you have YP/NIS configured, uncomment the next line # nis That's typical. Considering that 'hosts' is

Re: OT: Cable management

2004-06-30 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Jun 30, 2004, at 12:46, Bill Campbell wrote: On Wed, Jun 30, 2004, Skylar Thompson wrote: On Sat, Jun 26, 2004 at 01:38:55PM -0700, Kevin Stevens wrote: If you're new to cable management, remember to tag both ends of the cables BEFORE running them through any conduit. Once they get bundled

OT: Beastie makes a cameo appearance on apple.com.

2004-06-28 Thread Kevin Stevens
Apple just announced their next OS X release Tiger, today. While browsing through the features, I noticed a Beastie icon nodding approvingly at the paragraph on the new FreeBSD 5.x -based kernel: http://www.apple.com/macosx/tiger/unix.html KeS ___

Re: OT: Cable management

2004-06-26 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Jun 26, 2004, at 12:44, dvv wrote: Jorn Argelo writes: Google/e-bay on structure cabling, patch panels - $100 roughly, nice switches - $100-300 or more. The more expensive are managed and are better: For example Surecom Switch 24Port10/100 2Port10/100/1000, EP-726DG-L, Management is a good

Re: OT: Cable management

2004-06-26 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Jun 26, 2004, at 13:25, Jorn Argelo wrote: Thanks for your advice Dimitar, but I don't have the money, nor am I in need a patch panel or a switch of that budget. I am merely a student who can't afford such equipment. Besides, we just got four PCs in the house here, so I don't really need an

Re: Urgent 4.9 networking problems

2004-06-24 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Thu, 24 Jun 2004, Dave Raven wrote: # ifconfig fxp1 fxp1: flags=8843UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST mtu 1500 inet x.y.186.3 netmask 0xff00 broadcast x.y.186.255 inet x.y.186.1 netmask 0x broadcast x.y.186.1 inet x.y.186.15 netmask 0x

Re: Urgent 4.9 networking problems

2004-06-24 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Thu, 24 Jun 2004, Matthew Seaman wrote: On Thu, Jun 24, 2004 at 02:31:58PM -0700, Kevin Stevens wrote: Err -- no. The broadcast address is a function of the netmask. Specifically, looking at IPv4 addresses/masks as 32bit integers, the broadcast address has all ones where ever the netmask

Re: Overly brief answers (was Re: Terminal Server)

2004-06-21 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Mon, 21 Jun 2004 09:27:44 -0400 Bill Moran [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Nico Meijer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Mike, Can FreeBSD act like Windows Terminal Server, i.e. remote access, multiple sessions? Yes. I wanted to start a brief discussion about these kinds of

Re: blocking internally

2004-06-21 Thread Kevin Stevens
Was there any followup on this, John? -- KeS On Sat, 19 Jun 2004, Kevin Stevens wrote: On Jun 19, 2004, at 06:11, John Lee wrote: hi, i have 7 ips on one box, however they can't connect internally to each other IP ports. please advise. Counting below, you only reference 6 IP addresses

Re: blocking internally

2004-06-19 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Jun 19, 2004, at 06:11, John Lee wrote: hi, i have 7 ips on one box, however they can't connect internally to each other IP ports. please advise. Counting below, you only reference 6 IP addresses on the box: 63.223.65.192, 63.223.65.193, 63.223.71.2, 63.223.71.3, 63.223.71.4, and 63.223.71.5.

Re: DHCP: keep a lease forever?

2004-06-16 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Jun 16, 2004, at 00:02, Dave wrote: Let's say I wanted to be 192.168.1.170 for argument's sake. I turn everything off (router + computers). Set my 'starting IP' to 170. Fire the FreeBSD machine up first, let it get 170. Then I turn the dumb winboxes on, and who cares what they have they

Re: Newbie Issues (networking w/ FreeBSD)

2004-06-15 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Jun 14, 2004, at 05:08, Jon Adams wrote: My network connectivity is ridiculously slow... I had OpenSSH timeout set to the default, 120 secs, and the messages file said the connections (on the same 100MBPs hub mind you) were timing out before authentication (password). I went in and

Re: Devil Mascot

2004-06-14 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Sun, 13 Jun 2004, Edward Hendrie wrote: Why do you have a Devil for a trademark mascot? From a marketing perspective, you are shooting yourselves in the foot. There are many people of various religious backgrounds who will be dissuaded from trying FreeBSD because they have

Re: NAT vs Public IP Range info needed, please

2004-06-12 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Jun 12, 2004, at 09:46, Stacey Roberts wrote: The ISP's DSL package includes 8 static ip addresses: - 1 - network addr 1 - broadcast addr 1 router address 5 usable ip addresses The -redirect_address syntax is as follows: -redirect_address localIP publicIP localIP The internal IP

Re: NAT vs Public IP Range info needed, please

2004-06-12 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Jun 12, 2004, at 12:11, Kevin Stevens wrote: As you see, the g'way's public ip is not being used for NAT'ing internal hosts' outgoing traffic, but another ip from within the assignied public ip address range. My reading of the NAT chapter does not suggest that there is a way to define

Re: [Going further OT] Re: Leaving a server on all day

2004-06-08 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Tue, 8 Jun 2004, Jason Taylor wrote: Ok, I'll chime in here. Here's what everything I ever learned about heat transfer and fluid flow tells me: Everything Bill is saying is correct. The best way to cool is to move as much fluid (air is a fluid for the purpose of this discussion) as

Re: how to attach class C net to an interface?

2004-06-04 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Jun 4, 2004, at 00:36, Artem Koutchine wrote: The other question, will assigning 200+ ip addresses degrade tcp/ip perfomance noticeably? It is a common practice, and I haven't heard of problems with it. Remember that the same-subnet mask is /32 regardless of what the primary address mask

Re: Networking w/ FreeBSD

2004-06-01 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Tue, 1 Jun 2004 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have two computers systems in my network. The first system is a headless FreeBSD 5.2.1 system. This system stores my mp3's, datafiles and runs mysql and apache. I recently, got rid of windows off my laptop and installed FreeBSD 5.2.1. When I had

Re: Simulating network latency

2004-05-14 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Fri, 14 May 2004, Mike Jeays wrote: Is there a way to set up a machine with two network cards, which will simply forward every packet from one card to the other, but will introduce an arbitrary delay period? Ideally, the delay period should be adjustable, and optionally different in the

Re: Need Advice in SSH

2004-05-05 Thread Kevin Stevens
On May 5, 2004, at 20:24, Bull TORS wrote: My laptop in the office (laptop1.mydomain.org) has a static internal network address 192.168.1.35 from my company's (companydomain.org) LAN Server. My laptop in my home has 192.168.1.x (I am not that sure if it changes a lot but I think not) as a DHCP

Re: 25mb vs 300mb ports

2004-04-23 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Fri, 23 Apr 2004, Peter Leftwich wrote: At the FreeBSD.Org ports website, however, it says the total size of the tarball (tar/gzip) is 25mb. Is this a matter of compressed versus uncompressed? Why the discrepancy? That's part of it, the other part is that the ports consist of a lot of

Re: IMAP server and client recommendations?

2004-04-21 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Apr 21, 2004, at 21:22, Danny MacMillan wrote: Hello. I have six or seven hundred megabytes of email imprisoned in a few .pst (Microsoft Outlook Personal Folders) files. I've been looking for an alternative email client lately. Of course, the issue is converting these old messages so

Re: Dell PowerEdge 600SC

2004-04-14 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Apr 14, 2004, at 18:39, tristan mann wrote: Hi, i was wondering how to get freebsd to install on my server machine. Every time i attempt to boot it does the driver thing and gets hung on ata2: restarting devices... What version are you trying to install? I had 4.8 running with no problem

Re: OSX and Freebsd : what could be a good setup

2004-04-02 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Fri, 2 Apr 2004, Panna wrote: I've purchased a new emac with OSX 10.3. It's soon to arrive and so I'm thinking about a good way of interacting the emac - which will be my main desktop - with my 5.2.1 server. Until now I used a windows laptop with xp and the files where shared with samba.

Re: Top posting

2004-03-22 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Mar 22, 2004, at 00:13, Tony Crockford wrote: At 07:54 on Monday, 22 Mar 2004, Chris Pressey wrote: On Mon, 22 Mar 2004 01:50:14 -0500 Denny Jodeit [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It boils down to a 'When in Rome, do as Romans do' situation. The charter states no top posting. I made sure to re-read

Re: Top posting

2004-03-21 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Mar 21, 2004, at 23:31, Rob M wrote: On Sunday 21 March 2004 11:50 pm, Denny Jodeit wrote: It boils down to a 'When in Rome, do as Romans do' situation. The charter states no top posting. I don't think it could be stated or explained any simpler. Reference, please? The FreeBSD Handbook

Re: Top posting

2004-03-19 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Mar 20, 2004, at 07:24, Tillman Hodgson wrote: On Fri, Mar 19, 2004 at 05:35:06PM -0500, Al Johnson wrote: I'm with you... Top-posting makes the most sense for me. It comes down to opinion I think My standard response to top-posting: A: Because it reverses the logical flow of conversation.

Re: Can FreeBSD be a PDC for microsoft machines?

2004-01-31 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Jan 31, 2004, at 20:30, Chris wrote: I want to know if FreeBSD can operate as a Primary Domain Controller in a Network, because where I live everybody has microsoft computers so I want to use FreeBSD as server instead Windows NT o 2000. Hmm - I don't know if Samba can do what I *think* he

Re: multiple aliases(IPs) same netmask...error...why?

2004-01-29 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Thu, 29 Jan 2004, [iso-8859-1] manish gautam wrote: I am facing some problems :: 1. If i try to make aliases having same netmask like 255.255.255.0, it gives error ( SCIOADDR file exists..something like that)..Why is it so ? Because that's not the correct netmask for a FreeBSD

Re: snoop (Sun styly) for bsd ?

2004-01-29 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Thu, 29 Jan 2004, Julian Holley wrote: Hi all - does anyone know about the program 'snoop' (Sun microsystems fame) available for BSD - basically all I want is a click or beep on network activity out of my machine - I'm not after a bulky analaysis program - just somat simple to run in

Re: switch recommendations for first IDS

2004-01-21 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Jan 21, 2004, at 20:39, Troy wrote: Starting to work on first attempt at ids. I guess I currently would like recommendations on managed switches so that I can mirror/span port and that doesn't cost an arm and a leg to run the taps to. Any help of course will be appreciated. Depending on

Re: IPv6 and multiple interfaces

2004-01-13 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Tue, 13 Jan 2004, Kirk Strauser wrote: I'm using an IPv6 tunnel to Hurricane Electric on my FreeBSD 4.9-STABLE firewall. That firewall has multiple Ethernet interfaces. Should each of those interfaces be assigned a routable IPv6 address? And what *is* If you want them to carry IPv6

Re: How do I have sendmail forward emails from root...

2003-12-17 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Wed, 17 Dec 2003, Michael E. Mercer wrote: I've tried quite a few things and just can't seem to get sendmail to forward emails generated by root processes to go to [EMAIL PROTECTED]. I am running 4.9-Stable. How am I supposed to configure this? I have added a line to /etc/mail/aliases

Re: Starting new entries in /etc/rc.conf

2003-11-26 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Nov 26, 2003, at 06:55, Bill Schoolcraft wrote: At Wed, 26 Nov 2003 it looks like Lowell Gilbert composed: With something as important as starting up a mailer, I recommend a quick reboot just to be sure that it will start back up Thanks for the reply, This FreeBSD box is a headless one which

Re: Multiple CPU Performance

2003-11-26 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Nov 26, 2003, at 13:58, Gerard Samuel wrote: I was fortunate to acquire a dual Slot one motherboard. I currently only have one PIII 450 in there, and its working without any problems so far. This box is primarily for www/samba/cvs. I was wondering if my PHP apps would benefit (run faster) if

Re: Starting new entries in /etc/rc.conf

2003-11-26 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Nov 26, 2003, at 07:11, Bill Schoolcraft wrote: At Wed, 26 Nov 2003 it looks like Kevin Stevens composed: Both these machines are on the network via cat5 and I can't remember if I had to unplug the serial to reboot the FreeBSD box before and not affect the Ultra-10 or what I did. I know now

Re: Fastest way to change IP addresses

2003-11-18 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Nov 15, 2003, at 11:35, Jamie wrote: I want to change the IP address from 200.80.11.7 to 200.80.11.8 on a FreeBSD machine as quickly as possible. Despite my efforts, I can only get the change to work by editing rc.conf and rebooting the machine. Isn't there a more elegant way?? That *is*

Re: sysquery: no addrs found for root NS

2003-11-18 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Fri, 14 Nov 2003, Toomas Aas wrote: I understand what the message is saying, but I don't understan what causes it to say such a thing. It's hard to believe that there is something wrong with my root zone file, because 99.9% of the time the problem does not happen and DNS lookups work

Re: Email consolidation

2003-10-19 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Sunday, Oct 19, 2003, at 00:45 US/Pacific, Adrian Fisher wrote: Please note that I have 3 PC's (soon to be 4) which each have an email account on them. I now wish to integrate all the accounts to the same computer as there are messages on each I do not wish to lose. They are all networked

Re: terminal emulation

2003-10-19 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Sunday, Oct 5, 2003, at 14:35 US/Pacific, Alexey Koptsevich wrote: I would like to use FreeBSD machine as a serial console to another FreeBSD machine. Server part is described in the Handbook, but I have found nothing about client part. Which program should I use for terminal emulation? How

Re: Dual kernel

2003-10-17 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Friday, Oct 17, 2003, at 21:06 US/Pacific, Zahirul Haque wrote: Hi Is it possible to have two kernels and at the boot time I want to select which kernel I want? I have two kernel code, one with IPRC (Modified kernel) and other standard kernel of 5.1. Every time I want to switch kernel I need

Re: FreeBSD on a Mac G3?

2003-10-10 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Friday, October 10, 2003, at 11:16 AM, Brian McCann wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 This may be a bit off topic, but does anyone know of a real, current version of FreeBSD that will run on a G3 Mac? I've looked at both Net OpenBSD, but I'd rather stick with one

Re: FreeBSD on a Mac G3?

2003-10-10 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Friday, Oct 10, 2003, at 14:21 US/Pacific, Stephen Hilton wrote: On Fri, 10 Oct 2003 14:09:39 -0700 Kevin Stevens [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I believe 10.3 is going to introduce a blessed ports system, which I'd imagine would immediately be adopted by Darwin. Just FYI. I have been following

Re: Mail-list PGP Keys SOLVED!!!!!!

2003-10-01 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Wed, 1 Oct 2003, Mark Woodson wrote: The idea with trust is that you do so as minimally as possible. The only person you should trust unconditionally is yourself. There's a great deal of literature on the subject out there I'd suggest doing a bit of reading. - -Mark Don't listen to

Re: Configuring imap-uw difficulties

2003-09-29 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Mon, 29 Sep 2003, Ryan Sandridge wrote: You should try the following: cd /usr/ports/mail/imap-uw make clean make deinstall make patch [ ...change the env_unix.c file under the work subdir... ] make make install Thanks for the lightening fast response. This compiled as

Re: MAIL FOLDER - DON'T DELETE THIS MESSAGE

2003-09-12 Thread Kevin Stevens
--On Friday, September 12, 2003 02:48 -0400 David Banning [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I get the following message in my mailbox from time to time. Is it really necessary to keep it there? Where does it come from, and why is it produced? It comes from the UW-IMAP server you're connecting to.

Re: Why people are not satisfied with FreeBSD?

2003-08-30 Thread Kevin Stevens
--On Saturday, August 30, 2003 19:13 +0700 Denis Troshin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Looking at the field MAILER of e-mails' headers, I see that there a lot of people here who are using mail programs like Outlook, Eudora, Mozillafor win32. This means that they run windows systems. So

Re: MAC address change?

2003-08-29 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Thu, 28 Aug 2003, Grant Peel wrote: Hi all, My colo location has recently done some software upgrades on thier routers and switches. Would this cause the following messages in my /var/log/messages file? Aug 27 05:48:17 enterprise /kernel: arp: 65.39.193.154 moved from

Re: usb to ethernet converter

2003-08-25 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Sunday, Aug 24, 2003, at 18:47 US/Pacific, Joseph I. Davida wrote: I would like to use a usb-2-ethernet converter (Aopen has one - found it at a web site for $12). What I want to use it for is to convert a usb device like a printer to an ethernet connected printer. It's not going to work. You

Re: usb to ethernet converter

2003-08-25 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Sunday, Aug 24, 2003, at 20:26 US/Pacific, Joseph I. Davida wrote: If that is the case, how is it that the protocol can work over direct connection to USB port and not over ethernet? This area needs a little clarification. All we are changing is the physical interface, but keeping the rest of

Re: usb to ethernet converter

2003-08-25 Thread Kevin Stevens
for just such a purpose, the least you could do is shut up, and let technically knowledgeable individuals reply. (laughing) Ok, buckaroo, if you'll stop posting private email to the list, it's a deal. Run along now. KeS Joe Kevin Stevens wrote: I thought I told you to run along and do your own

Re: Terminal program on fbsd

2003-08-19 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Tue, 19 Aug 2003, Jonas wrote: I have connected the console port on a Cisco router to COM1 on my fbsd box. Which program on the fbsd can I use to access the router? Does the COM port need to be mounted and how do I set the speed? tip com1 works fine for console access. man tip will

make options for ports

2003-08-18 Thread Kevin Stevens
I'm struggling with an issue in trying to compile ports. The specific one is the imap-uw port, but it's a more general question. I need to be able to download and expand the distribution file, then to perform some source code modifications, and then compile and install the port. It seems that

Re: make options for ports

2003-08-18 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Mon, 18 Aug 2003, Erik Trulsson wrote: On Mon, Aug 18, 2003 at 10:38:46AM -0700, Kevin Stevens wrote: I'm struggling with an issue in trying to compile ports. The specific one is the imap-uw port, but it's a more general question. I need to be able to download and expand

Another FreeBSD/sendmail permissions question

2003-08-14 Thread Kevin Stevens
Not sure where this goes; I'm also posting it to the sendmail Usenet group. I've been having what is apparently a fairly common problem with my sendmail configuration; every time a message is delivered I get a warning of the type Aug 5 00:25:53 babelfish sendmail[39666]: h757PrRD039666: forward

Re: ISPs blocking SMTP connections from dynamic IP address space

2003-08-14 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Thu, 7 Aug 2003, Roger 'Rocky' Vetterberg wrote: Its still not a reason for allowing relay from dynamic addresses. All ISP's, or atleast all serious ISP's, provide their customer with a relaying mailserver. Its a simple task to configure your mailserver to use your ISP's smtp as smarthost

Re:

2003-08-11 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Monday, Aug 11, 2003, at 00:43 US/Pacific, Mike Dem wrote: Hey I Decided To Get your Unix Based OS Because I need More of a Challeng I Do Have Two Questions, First Can I install FreeBSD without using Partition magic Second My Floppy A 3 and 1/2 Does Not work can I right the Floppy Image On

Re: ISPs blocking SMTP connections from dynamic IP address space

2003-08-11 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Fri, 8 Aug 2003, Roger 'Rocky' Vetterberg wrote: Bullshit. My ISP's lack of ability to deliver mail reliably is what made me start my own mail service in the first place. Nor do I particularly want to hand them my mail so they can riffle through it at their leisure rather than having

Re: CUPS w/ gimp-print prints garbage on Epson Stylus C82

2003-08-11 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Sunday, Aug 10, 2003, at 16:26 US/Pacific, Matthew Graybosch wrote: I installed cups and gimp-print from /usr/ports/print, followed the instructions at freebsddiary.org/cups.php, removed the lp* binaries from /usr/bin, and modified /etc/make.conf to include a NO_LPR=yes line. Only related

Re: How can I check for swap space? (4.8-Release)

2003-08-08 Thread Kevin Stevens
At 07:16 PM 8/7/2003 -0400, John Mills wrote: Freebies - I just installed 4.8-Release from CDs and let the installer divide my disk automatically. Things are acting as though I have little or no active swap space. 2. How can I check what I got? (No joy yet from 'fdisk' on that.) cat

Re: Bandwidth needed for DNS server?

2003-07-24 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Thursday, Jul 24, 2003, at 22:06 US/Pacific, Dragoncrest wrote: Hi again all. Looking to go into the next stage of our move to Linux by implementing an internal authoritative DNS server. I only expect to hold zones for 4 different domains on it for now, so I'm not expecting much from it,

Re: Terminal emulation with DOS

2003-07-23 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Tuesday, Jul 22, 2003, at 19:23 US/Pacific, James Dietrich wrote: Sorry if this post is a litte off-topic. I am trying to set up an old DOS laptop as a terminal to my FreeBSD firewall/nat box. Has anyone come across good (read: free) terminal emulation software for DOS? If so could you

Re: getting old mail from ro

2003-07-14 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Mon, 14 Jul 2003, RYAN vAN GINNEKEN wrote: anyone know how to send the mail in root's Maildir to another user i have forwarded the the root address already but need the mail that is already sitting in that account. If you install procmail there's an appropriate incantation to accomplish

Re: getting old mail from ro

2003-07-14 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Mon, 14 Jul 2003, Kevin Stevens wrote: On Mon, 14 Jul 2003, RYAN vAN GINNEKEN wrote: anyone know how to send the mail in root's Maildir to another user i have forwarded the the root address already but need the mail that is already sitting in that account. If you install procmail

Re: IMAP stealing mail??

2003-07-13 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Sunday, Jul 13, 2003, at 21:04 US/Pacific, David Loszewski wrote: On Sun, 2003-07-13 at 07:19, Scott Mitchell wrote: On Sat, Jul 12, 2003 at 04:23:50PM -0500, David Loszewski wrote: On Sat, 2003-07-12 at 15:04, lewiz wrote: On Sat, Jul 12, 2003 at 03:33:40PM -0500, David Loszewski wrote:

Re: How do I max a 6Mbps link

2003-07-09 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Wed, 9 Jul 2003, Max Clark wrote: Hi all, What configuration changes do I need to make to two freebsd-stable boxes to fully max out a 6Mbps/220ms network link? This is for bulk 500+MB file transfers. You need to increase the maximum TCP window size setting (not sure what sysctl it is)

Re: IP aliases not working...Any ideas welcome!

2003-06-28 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Saturday, Jun 28, 2003, at 21:00 US/Pacific, Keith Spencer wrote: Hi all, I seek to add 30 or so aliases to an extrenal NIC But a ping and and ifconfig -a only shows the first 2 IPs bound to the NIC the rest of the 210.15.203.xxx ips are ignored... I am sure it is something obvious but what?

Re:

2003-06-23 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Sunday, Jun 22, 2003, at 22:11 US/Pacific, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Can't find program putty.exe What does this mean and how do i fix it? Run putty on a Windows machine it was designed for. E-mail me back. No. KeS ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing

Re: how to change server splash image?

2003-06-21 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Saturday, Jun 21, 2003, at 10:00 US/Pacific, george donnelly wrote: I recently purchased a server installed FreeBSD on it. when it boots i get an image that was put there by the manufacturer. How do i change this image? where is it, etc? man splash KeS

Re: Totally newbie - install problems

2003-06-19 Thread Kevin Stevens
But I need other packages like wxPython, PyCrypto and others for my work. I know I can download the source code and compile them. I could also find binaries but the dependency tree is endless (and I had version problems too). I read the comparison where someone said FreeBSD is even better

Re: OT question releated to networking ...

2003-06-18 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Wednesday, Jun 18, 2003, at 20:52 US/Pacific, faisal gillani wrote: Please don't remove the list from the Reply-To: header... Well i am currently running a 75 clients PC network .. so my net will be merging a 120 Computer network the total computer network will be 240+ all of em will be on a

Re: finding out version of sendmail I have

2003-06-16 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Monday, Jun 16, 2003, at 22:23 US/Pacific, David Banning wrote: How do I find out my sendmail version? I seems silly to ask the question, but I have looked at the files in /etc/mail, I have looked for a version option in the sendmail 'man page'. I have used 'locate' to find sendmail files

Re: How do I change the envelope from address in sendmail

2003-06-14 Thread Kevin Stevens
rather than the specific host. Sendmail is version 8.12.3, running on FreeBSD 4.6-RELEASE. Here's an example of a local test message with headers: From: Kevin Stevens [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Tue Aug 06, 2002 09:37:55 US/Pacific To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: test Return-Path: [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: Backport of ServerWorks ATA to 4-Stable?

2003-03-30 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Sunday, Mar 30, 2003, at 11:17 US/Pacific, John Wilson wrote: Hello all. I was wondering if there would be a backport of the ServerWorks GC chipset (CSB6 South bridge) to 4-Stable. I am only able to obtain BIOSDMA support on my HD's and basic PIO support of my CD-RW. I thought that was the

Disk migration question.

2003-03-28 Thread Kevin Stevens
Hey there - I'm moving a disk drive from a 4.7 system to a 5.0 system in a different computer. There are two slices on the disk, a swap partition and a large data slice. When I mount the disk into the filesystem, I receive the following error: /var/backups: correcting fs_sblockloc from

Re: File owner name not updated.

2003-03-26 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Wednesday, Mar 26, 2003, at 00:13 US/Pacific, Matthew Seaman wrote: Interesting. I can reproduce exactly what you're seeing: ... However, running pwd_mkdb(8) seems to cure the problem very effectively: ... Looks like a bug to me... Cheers, Matthew Thanks very much Matthew and Dan for

File owner name not updated.

2003-03-25 Thread Kevin Stevens
I had this problem several months ago, submitted a bug report on it, and promptly forgot about it. I'm now seeing the same issue in 5.0, and want to delve a little deeper to see if this is expected behavior or not. I created a user, let's call him fred, which was assigned uid 503. The user

Re: File owner name not updated.

2003-03-25 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Tuesday, Mar 25, 2003, at 23:29 US/Pacific, Matthew Seaman wrote: Two things occur to me: i) Did root use vipw(8) to edit the passwd database, or otherwise run: # cap_mkdb /etc/master.passwd when the UID was changed? It's the value in the hashed database

Re: File owner name not updated.

2003-03-25 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Tuesday, Mar 25, 2003, at 23:29 US/Pacific, Matthew Seaman wrote: Two things occur to me: i) Did root use vipw(8) to edit the passwd database, or otherwise run: # cap_mkdb /etc/master.passwd when the UID was changed? It's the value in the hashed database

Re: Trouble with SMC2602W wireless card

2003-03-19 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Thu, Feb 20, 2003 at 07:22:44PM +0100, Pascal Giannakakis wrote: Now i got the SMC 2602W (the package says it is version 2 :/ ) which has a Admtek ADM8211 chip on it. BLOODY! I plugged in the card, and hey, of course it does NOT work. pciconf -v -l: [EMAIL PROTECTED]:8:0: class=0x028000

Re: Pushing commands to the background

2003-03-17 Thread Kevin Stevens
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Chris Phillips [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed: hostname uptime ping -c 100 ftp.furrie.net traceroute ftp.furrie.net I'd like to push all the commands into the background be able to log off and let it do its business unattended. Unfortunately, with my lacking knowledge,

Re: Ifconfig - no aliases?

2003-03-12 Thread Kevin Stevens
Here are the entries in rc.conf for the card (the first two digits are xx'd for this email): hostname=not-sharing-that-rightnow defaultrouter xx.100.110.1 ifconfig_rl0=inet xx.100.110.160 netmask 255.255.255.0 broadcast xx.100.110.255 # virtual IP ports ifconfig_rl0_alias0=inet

Package set removal

2003-03-11 Thread Kevin Stevens
I would like to remove the X11 implementation from my 4.7-STABLE installation, and was wondering if there's a better way to do it than package-by-package. I originally installed it over a base system by using /stand/sysinstall and specifying the additional distribution set. Is there a way to

Re: tip and USB-RS232 cable

2003-02-24 Thread Kevin Stevens
On hostA I recompiled the kernel incuding the following 2 lines: # USB com devices device ucom device uplcom Unplugging and plugging back in on hostA the USB end, this is what I get on the messages file: ... hostA /kernel: uplcom0: at uhub0 port 2 (addr 2) disconnected

Re: Trouble with 5.0-RELEASE boot floppies

2003-02-23 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Sun, 23 Feb 2003, taxman wrote: On Sunday 23 February 2003 08:07 pm, Daniel Herring wrote: Here's the situation: Machine: 150MHz Pentium, 16MB ram, 1.5Gig HD Well that's not much memory. 5.0 needs much more minimum memory than 4.x Your best bet is to put more memory in and see how

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