Re: Can't get to Internet - Tinker with /etc/hosts?

2002-10-19 Thread Josh Paetzel
On Fri, Oct 18, 2002 at 10:59:07PM -0400, Daniel Inzirillo wrote:
 I have two machines connected to a router using DHCP.
 One is a freshly installed FreeBSD 4.7, the other one runs Linux.
 They can ping each other.
 I can access the Internet from the Linux machine, but not from FreeBSD.
 On starting up, Gnome gave me a message to the effect that it couldn't
 resolve the host name, and may be to go edit /etc/hosts.
 
 Is it likely that I need to add anything to /etc/hosts to fix my problem?
 What?
 

netstat -nr should show the IP of the router as the default route.  You might 
also check ifconfig and make sure your network card is picking up an ip.  Try 
to ping an internet host by ip as well (209.98.98.98 will work) to ensure it's 
not just a name resolution issue.

Josh


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Re: problem with network cards in server, plz help!

2002-10-19 Thread Josh Paetzel
On Sat, Oct 19, 2002 at 07:47:08AM -0500, David Loszewski wrote:
 I have two different cards on my Netfinity 5000 server, a pci Netgear 
 FA311 (showing up as a NatSemi (sis0), and the onboard network card 
 which seems to have an AMD chipset (pcn0).   If I have the onboard 
 ethernet card enabled at all and have an active cable connected to it 
 and restart the computer it comes up on ukphy0, turns the pci error 
 light on and I get no internet access which it later makes the computer 
 reboot automatically without any warning.  If I disable that card and 
 put in a PCI Netgear card, have also tried other cards such as Intel or 
 IBM cards, once in a while it will boot normally but every once in a 
 while it will get hung up on the ukphy0 as well, giving me the same 
 problem as the onboard network and reboot itself.  At first I thought it 
 was an IRQ problem but all of my devices now have individual IRQ's set 
 in the bios and I'm still having this problem.  I'm afraid to reboot 
 this thing because I'm afraid it won't be coming back up.  Below are 
 from my dmesg, the first is when I have my onboard ethernet enabled and 
 the second is when I have the netgear installed.  Any help would be much 
 appreciated on what to do with this problem.   By the wayI'm running 
 on FreeBSD 4.6.2 but also have this problem running 4.7, I it also 
 usually hangs on the driver initialization during installation of the os.
 
 Dave
 
 Oct  4 21:11:36 hermes /kernel: pcn0: AMD PCnet/PCI 10/100BaseTX port 
 0x2180-0
 x219f mem 0xfebfdc00-0xfebfdc1f irq 10 at device 9.0 on pci0
 Oct  4 21:11:36 hermes /kernel: pcn0: Ethernet address: 00:06:29:39:bf:a9
 Oct  4 21:11:36 hermes /kernel: miibus0: MII bus on pcn0
 Oct  4 21:11:36 hermes /kernel: ukphy0: Generic IEEE 802.3u media 
 interface on
 miibus0
 Oct  4 21:11:36 hermes /kernel: ukphy0:  10baseT, 10baseT-FDX, 
 100baseTX, 100bas
 eTX-FDX, auto
 
 
 pcib1: ServerWorks NB6536 2.0HE host to PCI bridge on motherboard
 pci1: PCI bus on pcib1
 sis0: NatSemi DP83815 10/100BaseTX port 0x4b00-0x4bff mem 
 0xc0fdf000-0xc0fd irq 5 at device 4.0 on pci1
 sis0: Ethernet address: 00:a0:cc:76:d9:f1
 miibus0: MII bus on sis0
 ukphy0: Generic IEEE 802.3u media interface on miibus0
 ukphy0:  10baseT, 10baseT-FDX, 100baseTX, 100baseTX-FDX, auto
 

Do you have the Plug N Play OS option in the BIOS turned off?  If it isn't, 
set it to NO or OFF as the case may be and try again.

Josh


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Re: LPD protocol screwup and ctl_renametf error

2002-10-19 Thread Warren Block
On Fri, 18 Oct 2002, TheGlenMann wrote:

 In windows I have a printer HP LaserJet 6L, with the correct driver, using
 standard TCP/IP port 192.168.1.205 (where I have FreeBSD/LPD). The port is
 set as LPR and the Queue name is hp6LServ. The windows machine does
 communicate with LPD, but...
 
 On FreeBSD I run lpd -c -l -W, and `cat textfile | lpr -P hp6LServ' works
 fine. When I send the test page from Windows, though, I get these errors:
 
 Oct 18 12:45:33 ux-01 lpd[578]: lt_gmann.domain.com requests recvjob
 hp6LServ
 Oct 18 12:45:38 ux-01 lpd[578]: Error receiving job from
 lt_gmann.domain.com:
 Oct 18 12:45:38 ux-01 lpd[578]: protocol screwup: ^[%-12345X@PJL SET
 PAGEPROTECT=AUTO

Please show your /etc/printcap entry for this printer.  Just as a side
thought, do you have the Windows machine's IP address in /etc/hosts.lpd?

-Warren Block * Rapid City, South Dakota USA


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Re: learning about ./configure and pkg-config

2002-10-19 Thread Adam Weinberger
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 (10.18.2002 @ 1924 PST): Peter Leftwich said, in 1.7K: 
 I downloaded the following from gnome.org bonobo-activation-1.0.3.tgz and
 gunzipped then untarred it and changed to the resulting directory.
 
 When I ran `./configure` it got through most checks fine, except for the
 pkg-config ones near the end.  Here is the output:

 I couldn't find my /lib/pkgconfig directory or locate sample
 PKG_CONFIG_PATH statements on the web.  Can someone clue me in please?
 end of learning about ./configure and pkg-config from Peter Leftwich 

Peter, unless you feel comfortable editing configure scripts (which is
where your PKG_CONFIG_PATH will be decided), you really ought to just
use the ports tree.

/usr/ports/devel/bonobo-activation

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Re: Can't get to Internet - Tinker with /etc/hosts?

2002-10-19 Thread DaleCo, S.P.---'the solutions people'
From: Daniel A. Inzirillo [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: DaleCo, S.P.---'the solutions people' [EMAIL PROTECTED];
Freebsd-Questions [EMAIL PROTECTED]
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Sent: Friday, October 18, 2002 11:50 PM
Subject: Re: Can't get to Internet - Tinker with /etc/hosts?


 On Friday 18 October 2002 11:46 pm, DaleCo, S.P.---'the solutions
people'
 wrote:
  ...  What happens when you attempt
  to ping the router from the FBSD box?

 No problem, pinged it gets. It can also ping beyond the router,
like
 209.98.98.98 (as was suggested by Josh). Also, ifconfig shows that
the IP
 address is the correct one (as from the router's table)

 
  What was Gnome message, exactly?

 (The machine is named Pantagruel)
 Could not look up internet address for Pantagruel.
 This will prevent GNOME from operating correctly.
 It may be possible to correct the problem by adding
 Pantagruel to the file /etc/conf


Well that would look something like this:

$more /etc/hosts
snip
# In case you want to be able to connect to the Internet, you need
# real official assigned numbers.  Do not try to invent your own
network
# numbers but instead get one from your network provider (if any).
#
192.168.11.1 gateway
192.168.11.3   pantagruel.domain.tld pantagruel

  FBSD needs to have an interface
  with an configured IP, a gateway route, and name service to
access
  the
  Internet.
 
  Here's a bit from one of my boxes:
 
  contents of /etc/resolv.conf:

 I do not have an /etc/resolv.conf file.  Should I? My router is
serving DHCP
 (and of course, doing NAT)

 
  domain daleco.biz
  nameserver 192.168.11.1   -that's the IP of the router,
  which queries
  nameservers
and
  gives the DNS info to the box
 
 Yeah, I think it'd fix the issue.  FBSD needs to know whom
to query for names.  Stick your router addy in there as above,
if it will do DNS, if not, use your ISP's DNS server's IP.

G'luck, KDK


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FreeBSD 4.7 on Dell Latitude - interesitng problems

2002-10-19 Thread Bryce Newall
Hi all,

I'm running FreeBSD 4.7-STABLE on my Dell Latitude C600.  I've run into a
couple of interesting problems that I'm wondering if anyone else has had
experience with, and may be able to help me:

1) I compiled a custom kernel, and like clockwork, every OTHER time I boot
the machine, it hangs after detecting the parallel port.  It hangs up
between:

ppi0: Parallel I/O on ppbus0

and

ata1-slave: ATA identify retries exceeded
ad0: 19077MB HITACHI_DK23DA-20 [38760/16/63] at ata0-master UDMA33

The rest coming from a good boot, obviously.

(The above is interesting, too -- I did not compile support for ata1 into
my kernel, only ata0.)

Kernel config file available upon request.  As far as I've been able to
tell, this did not happen with the Generic kernel.

2) Along with my C600, I have a C/Port II port replicator.  When the
laptop is docked, when I fire up X, it turns on the laptop's LCD display
(even thought he lid is closed) and turns off my external monitor.  When I
shut down X (which I have to do using Ctrl-Alt-Backspace, because I can't
see the screen), the display returns to the external monitor.

Any ideas on either of the above?

Thanks in advance!

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Re: Missing vendor info for generic Realtek clone (FBSD4.6)

2002-10-19 Thread M. Warner Losh
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Kutulu [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:
: What steps can I take to locate the correct pccard configuration to use this
: card?

The rl driver is a cardbus driver, which is only supported in
-current.  5.0 will be released soon, and that will solve your
problems.

Warner

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Re: favorite security software

2002-10-19 Thread parv
in message [EMAIL PROTECTED],
wrote Alex thusly...

 I beleave it [ipfilter] also has a bit more options for a normal
 firewall but no extra's like ipfw does. The later reason is way i
 also run ipfw. I use it for the traffic shaping and traffic policy
 only.

i have been faithful to ipfilter for about last 2-4 years, mainly
due to its stateful inspection.  now ipfw does have it too.  one
thing that's most lustful going for ipfw is the new/improved syntax
for specifying ports  such.

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XVideo problem

2002-10-19 Thread M-Trade
Hello,

When trying to run 'xine -V Xv', I get this error message:

Xv extension is present but I couldn't find a usable yuv12 port

xvinfo reports 'no adapter present' but it should be there, right?

I'm using Nvidia TNT2 and XFree86-4.2.0_1,1.  Xine works using 
XShm.

Need help.  Thanks.

David

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Unable to input French characters

2002-10-19 Thread Carlton Roy DAVIS
I have unable to configure my FreeBSD 4.4-RELEASE machine so that 
I can enter French characters; for example to be able to use pine
to write a French email (with the necessary French accents). I install
the french port and followed the instruction at 
http://www.FreeBSD.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/using-localization.html;
however, I am still not able to.

I am using KDE 3.3. When I switch to French keyboard setup in KDE and try
to enter a French character, the system just beeps and nothing is
displayed. On my Linux box, things work find: I get all the French 
characters but I just can't seems to make it happen on my FreeBSD box.

Any idea as to what I can do to resolve this issue?

Thanks much in advance.

-Carlton



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Re: Multiple FreeBSD SCSI Hosts

2002-10-19 Thread Jens Rehsack


Dan Nelson wrote:
 
 In the last episode (Oct 18), Mike Thompson said:
  I'm interested in setting up two FreeBSD systems in a very simple
  clustering type configuration around centralized external SCSI
  storage devices for hardware redundancy.  The specific configuration
  I'm thinking about is shown in the simple diagram below:
 
   +---+ +--+ +---+
   |  FreeBSD  | |  | |  FreeBSD  |
   |  Host  1  | | External | |  Host  2  |
   | (primary) | |   SCSI   | |(secondary)|
   |   | |RAID/DRIVE| |   |
   | SCSI  r/w | |  | | SCSI  r/o |
   +-+-+ +---+--+---+ +-+-+
 |   |  |   |
 +---+  +---+
 
 Whoa.  Deja vu here.
 
 
http://groups.google.com/groups?threadm=Pine.LNX.4.44.0210101808560.3631-10;scribble.fsn.hu
 
 Your primary problem is that the disk cache on Host2 does not know
 about changes made to the filesystem by Host1.
 
  1. Do the FreeBSD SCSI drivers support such a configuration by
  implementing the SCSI RESERVE/RELEASE commands to lock access to the
  SCSI bus?  If so, which drivers for which specific SCSI adapters?
 
 Reserve/release looks like it is implemented for tape devices on
 open(), but not for disks (since it's legal to mount slice 1 on machine
 A but slice 2 on machine B, for example).  Reserve/release is probably
 not useful in this situation anyway, as I don't know how easy it is to
 break a reservation (when host1 goes down, host2 has to break the
 reservation before it can acces the disk).
 
  2. Many external raid controllers describe themselves as host dual
  capability.  Is the type of configuration they are describing?
 
 Possibly.  Most of the time it's to allow multiple hosts to access
 their own private storage, but you can usually force a volume to be
 visible on multiple ports.
 
  3. Will the secondary server still experience a corrupted file system
  because of write caching by the primary server?  If so, would it be
  possible to configure the primary server to write through the cache?
 
 Big time.  The problem is not so much write caching on the primary,
 it's read caching on the secondary.  Without a shared-storage
 filesystem, you're pretty much limited to NFS mounts (which are not all
 that bad).
 
 As for failover detection, one good way is to dedicate a small
 partition (da0s1a, for example) as a heartbeat partition.  Host 1
 writes a timestamp to /dev/da0s1a block 1 every second, Host 2 does the
 same thing on block 2.  Each host then reads the other host's block,
 and if there are no updates for (say) 10 seconds, you can assume that
 the other host is dead, do a fsck, and mount the volume.  Using the raw
 disk device bypasses any caches on the systems.

Hi folks,

I thought about a similar configuration, too. I found a manufactor for
host controller (SCSI, Fibre Channel), who can deliver: ICP Vortex:
http://www.icp-vortex.com/ - they have cluster ready host controller,
but they always mirror, so you need 2 disk stacks.

Maybe there is required additional software for take over, but by the way,
it would even in your situation ...

Bye,
Jens 

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New hard drive - Do I have to rebot?

2002-10-19 Thread terry
Do I have to reboot or kill a process for my new hard drive to be activated
once I've done the fstab, disk labeler and modified my /etc/fstab? I was
able to move and copy onto disk two but it wasn't listed when I did a ls at
root. I had to reboot. I also included 300 Meg's of new Swap. I added it for
back up purpose.

I successfully tested out the dump/restore procedure but I would like to
find a script that does this. If someone knows of a blue print that would be
great. I really need a start. I plan on using cron to do this every week.


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Re: New hard drive - Do I have to rebot?

2002-10-19 Thread Jens Rehsack


terry wrote:
 
 Do I have to reboot or kill a process for my new hard drive to be activated
 once I've done the fstab, disk labeler and modified my /etc/fstab? I was
 able to move and copy onto disk two but it wasn't listed when I did a ls at
 root. I had to reboot. I also included 300 Meg's of new Swap. I added it for
 back up purpose.
 
 I successfully tested out the dump/restore procedure but I would like to
 find a script that does this. If someone knows of a blue print that would be
 great. I really need a start. I plan on using cron to do this every week.

Usually you don't have to reboot. You can activate new swap space using swapon(8),
but you have to tell all processes which shall write to the new disk to
reload there configuration and re-initialize the output. Maybe a `kill -HUP` is
enough, maybe you have to restart some of them.

If you have added the corresponding label to /etc/fstab, you mount(8) to activate
it or check which labels/disks are mounted.

Cheers,
Jens

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Re: Buildworld fails

2002-10-19 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Fri, Oct 18, 2002 at 07:03:35PM -0700, Riley wrote:

 /usr/src/gnu/lib/libobjc/../../../contrib/libobjc/objc/Protocol.h
 /usr/obj/usr/src/i386/usr/include/objc
 === gnu/lib/libg2c
 sh /usr/src/tools/install.sh -C -o root -g wheel -m 444   libg2c.a
 /usr/obj/usr/src/i386/usr/lib
 sh /usr/src/tools/install.sh -s -o root -g wheel -m 444 libg2c.so.1
 /usr/obj/usr/src/i386/usr/lib
 ln -fs libg2c.so.1 /usr/obj/usr/src/i386/usr/lib/libg2c.so
 sh /usr/src/tools/install.sh -C -o root -g wheel -m 444
 /usr/src/gnu/lib/libg2c/g2c.h /usr/obj/usr/src/i386/usr/include
 1 error
 *** Error code 2

The fact that there's no actual error message shown indicates that
you're doing make installworld with a -j option.  This is not
supported and as you have found is likely to fail.

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Re: UNIX operating system

2002-10-19 Thread Jerry McAllister
 
 Are there any limitations to this system?  How much does it usually cost an 
 individual?
 

It is really free - except you have to buy your own computer.
You can buy distribution sets which is nice and convenient, especially
if you don't have a CD burner, but you don't have to.

For starters, go to the FreeBSD web page at:  HTTP://www.freebsd.org/

and click on the 'For Newbies' item in the menu on the left of the page.
It will point you to lots of useful/helpful information.

As for limitations, it still does not unbox our new machines and
install itself on them without my intervention.

The initial learning curve is rather steep if you do not have UNIX,
especially BSD system management experience.  But, that settles 
down to SOP after a bit.

Have fun,

jerry


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FreeBSD version of Linux's passwd -l

2002-10-19 Thread Bsd Neophyte

i'm following a pretty decent IBM tutorial on how to setup a samba PDC. 
in the tutorial the following command is mentioned:

passwd -l

this is what someone pulled from the RedHat man page for the '-l' option
in RedHat:

   -l This option is used to lock the  specified  account
  and  it  is  available to root only. The locking is
  performed by rendering the encrypted password  into
  an  invalid  string  (by  prefixing  the  encrypted
  string with an !).

in FreeBSD the option seems to be different.  i've looked through the man
page for a similar option, but i haven't been able to find anything.

can anyone tell me how i do what the Linux '-l' does?

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Re: FreeBSD version of Linux's passwd -l

2002-10-19 Thread Ceri Davies
On Sat, Oct 19, 2002 at 08:17:53AM -0700, Bsd Neophyte wrote:
 
 i'm following a pretty decent IBM tutorial on how to setup a samba PDC. 
 in the tutorial the following command is mentioned:
 
 passwd -l

pw lock [user]

Check the pw manpage.

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Re: Mac can't connect to Internet

2002-10-19 Thread mh
On Friday, October 18, 2002, at 01:21 PM, Mark Thomas wrote:


At 11:31 AM 10/18/02 -0500, you wrote:

I have FreeBSD, 4.7 Stable running as a gateway box, with a Debian box
also on the network. The gateway is connected to a Comcast cable 
modem,
and is running ipfw as a firewall. Both boxes can see/connect each 
other
and the Internet.

I added a Powerbook, OS X, to the local network, configured /etc/hosts
and /etc/resolv.conf. PB can ping the other boxes ok, but can't see 
the
Internet. The other boxes can ping the PB ok. Looks like a firewall
problem. If I connect the PB to the cable modem directly, the PB
connects ok.

It appears that the PB is trying to send UDP packets out on port 67, 
so
I tried to open up the firewall for UDP traffic (not a good idea?) but
still can't see outside the local network. Attached is my rc.firewall.
In /etc/rc.conf I have firewall_type=open and added some rules to 
the
open section in rc.firewall.

What am I doing wrong? Thanks.

Is the powerbook set to use the gateway as a gateway?


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This was exactly the problem. It occurred to me while I was at work.
 I needed to provide the ip to the gateway. Easy fix, sorry for the 
noise,
thanks for the reply.

Also sorry for the formatting of this if it's screwed up.

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RE: problem with network cards in server, plz help

2002-10-19 Thread JoeB
The problem you describe is becoming common in the 4.x versions of FBSD.
I have seen these solutions voiced previously in this list.

1. Check the PC's bios, look for a toggle to disable plug-n-play function.

2. Check that your PCI Nic card is not in the first or last PCI expansion
slot on the motherboard.

3. There is a problem with autonegotiation of the media settings between
your NIC and your switch. The default setting of auto means the Nic card
should sense the Lan for the switch or hub and set it's media type to match.
There have been reports of the Nic Card media type changing on the fly
between
10/100 and halfduplex and fullduplex causing the network to freeze up.
To stop this use the ifconfig command in the rc.conf file to force the
media type.  Like this
ifconfig_xl0=inet 10.0.10.2 media 100baseTX mediaopt full-duplex

4 add   option   PCI_ENABLE_IO_MODES
to your kernel source and recompile. See LINT

5. add   device  puc
 option  PUC_FASTINTR
to your kernel source and recompile. See LINT

6. Follow bug fix using this url
http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=40636


Try one of the above one at a time until your problem goes away.

I have two different cards on my Netfinity 5000 server, a pci Netgear
FA311 (showing up as a NatSemi (sis0), and the onboard network card
which seems to have an AMD chipset (pcn0).   If I have the onboard
ethernet card enabled at all and have an active cable connected to it
and restart the computer it comes up on ukphy0, turns the pci error
light on and I get no internet access which it later makes the computer
reboot automatically without any warning.  If I disable that card and
put in a PCI Netgear card, have also tried other cards such as Intel or
IBM cards, once in a while it will boot normally but every once in a
while it will get hung up on the ukphy0 as well, giving me the same
problem as the onboard network and reboot itself.  At first I thought it
was an IRQ problem but all of my devices now have individual IRQ's set
in the bios and I'm still having this problem.  I'm afraid to reboot
this thing because I'm afraid it won't be coming back up.  Below are
from my dmesg, the first is when I have my onboard ethernet enabled and
the second is when I have the netgear installed.  Any help would be much
appreciated on what to do with this problem.   By the wayI'm running
on FreeBSD 4.6.2 but also have this problem running 4.7, I it also
usually hangs on the driver initialization during installation of the os.

Dave

Oct  4 21:11:36 hermes /kernel: pcn0: AMD PCnet/PCI 10/100BaseTX port
0x2180-0
x219f mem 0xfebfdc00-0xfebfdc1f irq 10 at device 9.0 on pci0
Oct  4 21:11:36 hermes /kernel: pcn0: Ethernet address: 00:06:29:39:bf:a9
Oct  4 21:11:36 hermes /kernel: miibus0: MII bus on pcn0
Oct  4 21:11:36 hermes /kernel: ukphy0: Generic IEEE 802.3u media
interface on
miibus0
Oct  4 21:11:36 hermes /kernel: ukphy0:  10baseT, 10baseT-FDX,
100baseTX, 100bas
eTX-FDX, auto


pcib1: ServerWorks NB6536 2.0HE host to PCI bridge on motherboard
pci1: PCI bus on pcib1
sis0: NatSemi DP83815 10/100BaseTX port 0x4b00-0x4bff mem
0xc0fdf000-0xc0fd irq 5 at device 4.0 on pci1
sis0: Ethernet address: 00:a0:cc:76:d9:f1
miibus0: MII bus on sis0
ukphy0: Generic IEEE 802.3u media interface on miibus0
ukphy0:  10baseT, 10baseT-FDX, 100baseTX, 100baseTX-FDX, auto








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RE: Buildworld fails

2002-10-19 Thread Riley
 From: Kris Kennaway
 Sent: Saturday, October 19, 2002 2:44 AM

  1 error
  *** Error code 2

 The fact that there's no actual error message shown indicates that
 you're doing make installworld with a -j option.  This is not
 supported and as you have found is likely to fail.

 Kris

The lack of an error message did seem odd. Thanks for the heads up.

Is the Handbook out of date?  According the Build World section:

quote
It is now possible to specify a -j option to make which will cause it to
spawn several simultaneous processes. This is most useful on multi-CPU
machines. However, since much of the compiling process is IO bound rather
than CPU bound it is also useful on single CPU machines.

On a typical single-CPU machine you would run:

# make -j4 buildworld

make(1) will then have up to 4 processes running at any one time. Empirical
evidence posted to the mailing lists shows this generally gives the best
performance benefit.
/quote

Let me give it a try without `-j'.

Thanks again,

Riley


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combining shared libraries into 1 library?

2002-10-19 Thread Steve Kargl
Is it possible to combine 2 shared libraries into
a single library?  I've read the ld(1) man page,
but it isn't clear whether this is possible. 
I would like to do 

  ld -Bsharable -o libX.so libY.so libZ.so

where libY.so are libZ.so are combined into
libX.so.

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Re: Buildworld fails

2002-10-19 Thread Kent Stewart


Riley wrote:

From: Kris Kennaway
Sent: Saturday, October 19, 2002 2:44 AM




1 error
*** Error code 2


The fact that there's no actual error message shown indicates that
you're doing make installworld with a -j option.  This is not
supported and as you have found is likely to fail.

Kris



The lack of an error message did seem odd. Thanks for the heads up.

Is the Handbook out of date?  According the Build World section:

quote
It is now possible to specify a -j option to make which will cause it to
spawn several simultaneous processes. This is most useful on multi-CPU
machines. However, since much of the compiling process is IO bound rather
than CPU bound it is also useful on single CPU machines.

On a typical single-CPU machine you would run:

# make -j4 buildworld

make(1) will then have up to 4 processes running at any one time. Empirical
evidence posted to the mailing lists shows this generally gives the best
performance benefit.
/quote

Let me give it a try without `-j'.



Time it when you do the buildworld such as time make. There are a 
lot of us with newer HDs and cpus that have found that no -j 
produces a wall clock time that is 10-20% faster than -j4.

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Re: prc-tools-2.2 on FreeBSD-4.7 build errors

2002-10-19 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Chris Ptacek [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

 This appears to be an issue with not having libintl available on FreeBSD.  I
 havn't tried these suggestions yet, but I thought I would pass them along.
 Is the libintl stuff available through a port?

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RE: problem with network cards in server, plz help

2002-10-19 Thread stealth215
I got it working with the netgear buy just turinging off
the plug n' play. I will try your other suggestions to
try to get the AMD nic working.

thx,
Dave
 The problem you describe is becoming common in the 4.x versions of FBSD.
 I have seen these solutions voiced previously in this list.
 
 1. Check the PC's bios, look for a toggle to disable plug-n-play function.
 
 2. Check that your PCI Nic card is not in the first or last PCI expansion
 slot on the motherboard.
 
 3. There is a problem with autonegotiation of the media settings between
 your NIC and your switch. The default setting of auto means the Nic card
 should sense the Lan for the switch or hub and set it's media type to match.
 There have been reports of the Nic Card media type changing on the fly
 between
 10/100 and halfduplex and fullduplex causing the network to freeze up.
 To stop this use the ifconfig command in the rc.conf file to force the
 media type.  Like this
 ifconfig_xl0=inet 10.0.10.2 media 100baseTX mediaopt full-duplex
 
 4 add   option   PCI_ENABLE_IO_MODES
 to your kernel source and recompile. See LINT
 
 5. add   device  puc
  option  PUC_FASTINTR
 to your kernel source and recompile. See LINT
 
 6. Follow bug fix using this url
 http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=40636
 
 
 Try one of the above one at a time until your problem goes away.
 
 I have two different cards on my Netfinity 5000 server, a pci Netgear
 FA311 (showing up as a NatSemi (sis0), and the onboard network card
 which seems to have an AMD chipset (pcn0).   If I have the onboard
 ethernet card enabled at all and have an active cable connected to it
 and restart the computer it comes up on ukphy0, turns the pci error
 light on and I get no internet access which it later makes the computer
 reboot automatically without any warning.  If I disable that card and
 put in a PCI Netgear card, have also tried other cards such as Intel or
 IBM cards, once in a while it will boot normally but every once in a
 while it will get hung up on the ukphy0 as well, giving me the same
 problem as the onboard network and reboot itself.  At first I thought it
 was an IRQ problem but all of my devices now have individual IRQ's set
 in the bios and I'm still having this problem.  I'm afraid to reboot
 this thing because I'm afraid it won't be coming back up.  Below are
 from my dmesg, the first is when I have my onboard ethernet enabled and
 the second is when I have the netgear installed.  Any help would be much
 appreciated on what to do with this problem.   By the wayI'm running
 on FreeBSD 4.6.2 but also have this problem running 4.7, I it also
 usually hangs on the driver initialization during installation of the os.
 
 Dave
 
 Oct  4 21:11:36 hermes /kernel: pcn0: AMD PCnet/PCI 10/100BaseTX port
 0x2180-0
 x219f mem 0xfebfdc00-0xfebfdc1f irq 10 at device 9.0 on pci0
 Oct  4 21:11:36 hermes /kernel: pcn0: Ethernet address: 00:06:29:39:bf:a9
 Oct  4 21:11:36 hermes /kernel: miibus0: MII bus on pcn0
 Oct  4 21:11:36 hermes /kernel: ukphy0: Generic IEEE 802.3u media
 interface on
 miibus0
 Oct  4 21:11:36 hermes /kernel: ukphy0:  10baseT, 10baseT-FDX,
 100baseTX, 100bas
 eTX-FDX, auto
 
 
 pcib1: ServerWorks NB6536 2.0HE host to PCI bridge on motherboard
 pci1: PCI bus on pcib1
 sis0: NatSemi DP83815 10/100BaseTX port 0x4b00-0x4bff mem
 0xc0fdf000-0xc0fd irq 5 at device 4.0 on pci1
 sis0: Ethernet address: 00:a0:cc:76:d9:f1
 miibus0: MII bus on sis0
 ukphy0: Generic IEEE 802.3u media interface on miibus0
 ukphy0:  10baseT, 10baseT-FDX, 100baseTX, 100baseTX-FDX, auto
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Re: Can't get to Internet - Tinker with /etc/hosts?

2002-10-19 Thread Daniel A. Inzirillo
And the answer is: NO, at least in my case.
Problem solved. I am sending this for the benefit of any other newbee like me 
having the same problem.

Problem description: 
*   have two machines connected to the Internet through a cable/DSL router.
*   One of them is running a freshly installed, not yet custom configured, 
FreeBSD 4.7, with the network configured to try DHCP.
*   the other runs another OS.
*   The boxes are assigned the 192.168.1.100 and 192.168.1.101 addresses by 
the router.
*   They can ping each other.
*   The FBSD machine cannot get to the Internet, but the other machine can.

Solution that worked for me:
* Find out the internal IP address of your router. In my case it is 
192.168.1.1
* Then add  to /etc/rc.conf a line similar to this:
defaultrouter=192.168.1.1
using the correct address.
* Also, make sure that something like the following is present:
ifconfig_xxx=DHCP
where xxx is the name of your network interface (dc0 in my case, use ifconfig 
to find out)

(Kevin: Thank you for your messages)

Question: What is the standard way to re-start the network interface to make 
sure that config files like rc.conf are read anew after being modified?
Would
ifconfig dc0 down
ifconfig dc0 up
do that?
 

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xinetd FTP trouble

2002-10-19 Thread Stephen Bader
Last week I upgraded to xinetd-2.3.8 to bring us up to the lastest and
most secure version. Since the upgrade, all services but FTP have been
working fine. FTP will work for a few days, and then all of the sudden, no
longer accept connections. Sending xinetd a HUP results in the following
message:

ct 19 10:54:39 mercury xinetd[71519]: file descriptor of service ftp has
been closed
Oct 19 10:54:39 mercury xinetd[71519]: select reported EBADF but no bad
file descriptors were found

But, if I completely kill xinetd and then restart it, the service will
work properly again for a few days, until the same problem re-occurs. I'm
using the ftpd included in the base, and have the following entry for ftp
in my xinetd.conf file:

service ftp
{
socket_type = stream
protocol= tcp
wait= no
user= root
server  = /usr/libexec/ftpd
server_args = -l -l -S
}

Has anyone else seen anything like this before? Everything was working
great until the upgrade.

TIA!
-Steve

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Questions about dialup

2002-10-19 Thread Lord Raiden
	Hi.  Got a quick question.  I'm unsure of the answer or where to 
look.  I'm setting up one of our old machines as a freebsd dialup station 
for work to test local pops for linux compatibility for a local ISP.  I 
also want to use it as a way for me to learn how to dialup to the internet 
using Freebsd.  Considering I've only ever used it on a network, this will 
be new to me.  Can anyone recommend a good linux/freebsd dialer software I 
could use?  I'm using freebsd 4.6 on the machine and would like to install 
a dialer (and modem drivers if possible) so I can use it as a test dialer 
station.

	Any pointers, software suggestions, tutorials you can point me to or send 
my way would be great.  Thank you.


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Can't 'make depend' when trying to build kernel source

2002-10-19 Thread Shawn Lussier
Hello all,

I've recently cvsupped my source tree to 4.7-R in anticipation of upgrades
to these systems. On one, in particular, I cannot rebuild the kernel --
when I run 'make depend', I get the following message:

cc -c -O -pipe -mcpu=pentiumpro -Wall -Wredundant-decls -Wnested-externs
-Wstrict-prototypes  -Wmissing-prototypes -Wpointer-arith -Winline
-Wcast-qual  -fformat-extensions -ansi  -nostdinc -I- -I. -I../..
-I../../../include -I../../contrib/ipfilter  -D_KERNEL -include
opt_global.h -elf  -mno-align-long-strings -mpreferred-stack-boundary=2
-ffreestanding ../../i386/i386/genassym.c

cc1: Invalid option `no-align-long-strings'

The system currently stands at version 4.3-R-p22, and the compiler is 'gcc
version 2.95.4 20020320 [FreeBSD]'. I have also tried building with gcc
3.2 to no avail (same message).

Can anyone provide some insight as to probable causes? I have never run
into this problem before. Any assistance is greatly appreciated.

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problem with login.access

2002-10-19 Thread ako ito
my login.access was working perfectly with 4.6-stable
(not allowing users to login via telnet/ssh but
allowing them only on ftp) but after upgrading to
4.7-stable -- somehow, users can now login thru
telnet/ssh with the same login.access settings that i
have before . did i miss something on the upgrade
that i should edit in /etc files ?

== sample setting on my login.access tab ==
-:1stUser:ALL
-:2ndUser:ALL
== end sample ==

the above setting blocks all login attempts on my box
using telnet/ssh but allows ftp access.

but after the upgrade i noticed users could login thru
telnet/ssh.

any help will be greatly apprciated.

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Re: Can't 'make depend' when trying to build kernel source

2002-10-19 Thread Kent Stewart


Shawn Lussier wrote:

Hello all,

I've recently cvsupped my source tree to 4.7-R in anticipation of upgrades
to these systems. On one, in particular, I cannot rebuild the kernel --
when I run 'make depend', I get the following message:

cc -c -O -pipe -mcpu=pentiumpro -Wall -Wredundant-decls -Wnested-externs
-Wstrict-prototypes  -Wmissing-prototypes -Wpointer-arith -Winline
-Wcast-qual  -fformat-extensions -ansi  -nostdinc -I- -I. -I../..
-I../../../include -I../../contrib/ipfilter  -D_KERNEL -include
opt_global.h -elf  -mno-align-long-strings -mpreferred-stack-boundary=2
-ffreestanding ../../i386/i386/genassym.c

cc1: Invalid option `no-align-long-strings'

The system currently stands at version 4.3-R-p22, and the compiler is 'gcc
version 2.95.4 20020320 [FreeBSD]'. I have also tried building with gcc
3.2 to no avail (same message).

Can anyone provide some insight as to probable causes? I have never run
into this problem before. Any assistance is greatly appreciated.




No buildworld first.

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Re: Can't 'make depend' when trying to build kernel source

2002-10-19 Thread Kent Stewart


Kent Stewart wrote:



Shawn Lussier wrote:


Hello all,

I've recently cvsupped my source tree to 4.7-R in anticipation of 
upgrades
to these systems. On one, in particular, I cannot rebuild the kernel --
when I run 'make depend', I get the following message:

cc -c -O -pipe -mcpu=pentiumpro -Wall -Wredundant-decls -Wnested-externs
-Wstrict-prototypes  -Wmissing-prototypes -Wpointer-arith -Winline
-Wcast-qual  -fformat-extensions -ansi  -nostdinc -I- -I. -I../..
-I../../../include -I../../contrib/ipfilter  -D_KERNEL -include
opt_global.h -elf  -mno-align-long-strings -mpreferred-stack-boundary=2
-ffreestanding ../../i386/i386/genassym.c

cc1: Invalid option `no-align-long-strings'

The system currently stands at version 4.3-R-p22, and the compiler is 
'gcc
version 2.95.4 20020320 [FreeBSD]'. I have also tried building with gcc
3.2 to no avail (same message).

Can anyone provide some insight as to probable causes? I have never run
into this problem before. Any assistance is greatly appreciated.



No buildworld first.


What I really intended to add was not doing a buildkernel after the 
buildworld. Make depend is not really a choice on upgrades like this. 
You will also have a number of users to add to master.passwd before 
the installworld will work. This is all covered in /usr/src/UPDATING.

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Regarding JDK ports

2002-10-19 Thread Matt Garcia
Hi,

I was wondering how would i go about configuring the
jdk1.3 port to work under freebsd so i can use java
applications ie... chess on yahoo... i know there is
xboard which i use but i enjoy playing on yahoo more.

I download the jdk1.3 ports collection and made a
clean installation of it however i think there are
some other steps that are required in order for it to
work?  cause when i tried playing chess on yahoo the
applet wouldn't load.

Any help would be greatly apperciated.


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external tape case

2002-10-19 Thread J.D. Bronson
I am looking for any recommendation on an external
tape drive case.

I am running 4.7 and while my scsi card is supported, I dont have any space 
within the machine to put this 5-1/4 tape drive (SCSI-2).

Any advice?

I would need a 2-4 bay unit with its own power...

TIA :)






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Re: FreeBSD version of Linux's passwd -l

2002-10-19 Thread Bsd Neophyte

this is what i pulled from the 'pw' man page about the 'lock' option.

to me, it doesn't seem as if they do the same thing.

-
DESCRIPTION
The lock utility requests a password from the user, reads it again for
verification and then will normally not relinquish the terminal until the
password is repeated.  There are two other conditions under which it will
terminate: it will timeout after some interval of time and it may be
killed by someone with the appropriate permission.
--

whereas the linux version states that it makes the account available for
root only.

--
-l
This option is used to lock the specified account and it is available to
root only. The locking is performed by rendering the encrypted password
into an invalid string (by prefixing the encrypted string with an !). 
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 On Sat, Oct 19, 2002 at 08:17:53AM -0700, Bsd Neophyte wrote:
  
  i'm following a pretty decent IBM tutorial on how to setup a samba
 PDC. 
  in the tutorial the following command is mentioned:
  
  passwd -l
 
 pw lock [user]
 
 Check the pw manpage.
 
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Re: ATI Radeon 7000 VE and XFree86

2002-10-19 Thread E. J. Cerejo
I've got it running, actually i hadn't realized (when
going through the xf86config) that all the ATI cards
used the same driver ATI and because I didn't see an
option for the radeon I thought wasn't available.  I'm
running the latest XFree86 4.2.

I have this monitor:

http://www.samsungusa.com/cgi-bin/nabc/product/b2c_product_detail.jsp?employeeLogin=prod_id=753DF-Ivory

and the highest resolution supported is 1280x1024 / 65
Hz is there a way to find out exactly what refresh
rate is my monitor using and how to increase it?  I
have it setup at 1024x1024 using 24bit and I notice on
my eyes that it uses a low refresh rate and I would
like to increase it a little if possible!

I also notice a few errors when I exit from XFree86:
II) XINPUT: Adding extended input device Mouse1
(type: MOUSE)
(EE) Mouse1: Write to mouse failed
(WW) fcntl(6, F_SETOWN): Inappropriate ioctl for
device
Could not init font path element
/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/Speedo/, removing from list!

I have no idea why the Mouse1 error!  I thought I
didn't have the Speedo fonts but they are there so I
don't know why this error also!

Here's my complet XFree86.0.log file:


XFree86 Version 4.2.1 / X Window System
(protocol Version 11, revision 0, vendor release 6600)
Release Date: 3 September 2002
If the server is older than 6-12 months, or if your
card is
newer than the above date, look for a newer version
before
reporting problems.  (See http://www.XFree86.Org/)
Build Operating System: FreeBSD 4.6.2-RELEASE i386
[ELF] 
Module Loader present
Markers: (--) probed, (**) from config file, (==)
default setting,
 (++) from command line, (!!) notice, (II)
informational,
 (WW) warning, (EE) error, (NI) not
implemented, (??) unknown.
(==) Log file: /var/log/XFree86.0.log, Time: Sat Oct
19 13:30:38 2002
(==) Using config file: /etc/X11/XF86Config
(==) ServerLayout Simple Layout
(**) |--Screen Screen 1 (0)
(**) |   |--Monitor SyncMaster 753DF
(**) |   |--Device ATI Radeon 7000 (VE)
(**) |--Input Device Mouse1
(**) |--Input Device Keyboard1
(**) Option AutoRepeat 500 30
(**) Option XkbRules xfree86
(**) XKB: rules: xfree86
(**) Option XkbModel microsoft
(**) XKB: model: microsoft
(**) Option XkbLayout en_US
(**) XKB: layout: en_US
(==) Keyboard: CustomKeycode disabled
(**) FontPath set to
/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/local/,/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/misc/,/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/75dpi/:unscaled,/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/100dpi/:unscaled,/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/Type1/,/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/Speedo/,/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/75dpi/,/usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/100dpi/
(**) RgbPath set to /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/rgb
(==) ModulePath set to /usr/X11R6/lib/modules
(--) Using syscons driver with X support (version 2.0)
(--) using VT number 9

(II) Module ABI versions:
XFree86 ANSI C Emulation: 0.1
XFree86 Video Driver: 0.5
XFree86 XInput driver : 0.3
XFree86 Server Extension : 0.1
XFree86 Font Renderer : 0.3
(II) Loader running on freebsd
(II) LoadModule: bitmap
(II) Loading /usr/X11R6/lib/modules/fonts/libbitmap.a
(II) Module bitmap: vendor=The XFree86 Project
compiled for 4.2.1, module version = 1.0.0
Module class: XFree86 Font Renderer
ABI class: XFree86 Font Renderer, version 0.3
(II) Loading font Bitmap
(II) LoadModule: pcidata
(II) Loading /usr/X11R6/lib/modules/libpcidata.a
(II) Module pcidata: vendor=The XFree86 Project
compiled for 4.2.1, module version = 0.1.0
ABI class: XFree86 Video Driver, version 0.5
(II) PCI: Probing config type using method 1
(II) PCI: Config type is 1
(II) PCI: stages = 0x03, oldVal1 = 0x,
mode1Res1 = 0x8000
(II) PCI: PCI scan (all values are in hex)
(II) PCI: 00:00:0: chip 8086,1a30 card 8086,1a30 rev
04 class 06,00,00 hdr 00
(II) PCI: 00:01:0: chip 8086,1a31 card , rev
04 class 06,04,00 hdr 01
(II) PCI: 00:1e:0: chip 8086,244e card , rev
05 class 06,04,00 hdr 01
(II) PCI: 00:1f:0: chip 8086,2440 card , rev
05 class 06,01,00 hdr 80
(II) PCI: 00:1f:1: chip 8086,244b card 8086,2442 rev
05 class 01,01,80 hdr 00
(II) PCI: 00:1f:2: chip 8086,2442 card 8086,2442 rev
05 class 0c,03,00 hdr 00
(II) PCI: 00:1f:3: chip 8086,2443 card 8086,2442 rev
05 class 0c,05,00 hdr 00
(II) PCI: 00:1f:4: chip 8086,2444 card 8086,2442 rev
05 class 0c,03,00 hdr 00
(II) PCI: 01:00:0: chip 1002,5159 card 174b,7112 rev
00 class 03,00,00 hdr 00
(II) PCI: 02:04:0: chip 12b9,1008 card 12b9,00d3 rev
01 class 07,00,02 hdr 00
(II) PCI: 02:07:0: chip 1033,0035 card 1033,0035 rev
41 class 0c,03,10 hdr 80
(II) PCI: 02:07:1: chip 1033,0035 card 1033,0035 rev
41 class 0c,03,10 hdr 00
(II) PCI: 02:07:2: chip 1033,00e0 card 1458,5004 rev
02 class 0c,03,20 hdr 00
(II) PCI: 02:08:0: chip 8086,2449 card 8086,3013 rev
03 class 02,00,00 hdr 00
(II) PCI: 02:0a:0: chip 1274,5880 card 1458,a000 rev
04 class 04,01,00 hdr 00
(II) PCI: End of PCI scan
(II) LoadModule: scanpci
(II) Loading /usr/X11R6/lib/modules/libscanpci.a
(II) Module 

Re: FreeBSD version of Linux's passwd -l

2002-10-19 Thread Tom Carrick
That's from the lock(1) man page, not the pw(8) man page. the relevant
section from the pw man page is as follows:

USER LOCKING
Pw supports a simple password locking mechanism for users; it works by
prepending the string `*LOCKED*' to the beginning of the password field
in master.passwd to prevent successful authentication.

The lock and unlock commands take a user name or uid of the account to
lock or unlock, respectively.  The -V, -C, and -q options as described
above are accepted by these commands.

On Sat, 2002-10-19 at 21:01, Bsd Neophyte wrote:
 
 this is what i pulled from the 'pw' man page about the 'lock' option.
 
 to me, it doesn't seem as if they do the same thing.
 
 -
 DESCRIPTION
 The lock utility requests a password from the user, reads it again for
 verification and then will normally not relinquish the terminal until the
 password is repeated.  There are two other conditions under which it will
 terminate: it will timeout after some interval of time and it may be
 killed by someone with the appropriate permission.
 --
 
 whereas the linux version states that it makes the account available for
 root only.
 
 --
 -l
 This option is used to lock the specified account and it is available to
 root only. The locking is performed by rendering the encrypted password
 into an invalid string (by prefixing the encrypted string with an !). 
 --
 
 
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  On Sat, Oct 19, 2002 at 08:17:53AM -0700, Bsd Neophyte wrote:
   
   i'm following a pretty decent IBM tutorial on how to setup a samba
  PDC. 
   in the tutorial the following command is mentioned:
   
   passwd -l
  
  pw lock [user]
  
  Check the pw manpage.
  
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Re: ATI Radeon 7000 VE and XFree86

2002-10-19 Thread Gary W. Swearingen
E. J. Cerejo [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes:

 Anybody using this card?  Which XFree86 server should
 I use for this card?  When running xf86config I don't
 see anything for radeons!

I've used it under XFree86-4.2.0* in 16- and 24-bit modes, at several
resolutions from 800 to 1600.  I haven't bothered to try its 3D or
dual-monitor features.  I did find that 1600x1200 only worked well
up to 70 Hz, but I'm happy with that.

From /var/log/XFree86.0.log:

(--) PCI:*(1:0:0) ATI Radeon VE QY rev 0, Mem @ 0xd000/27, 0xd900/16, I/O @ 
0xd000/8
...
(II) Loading sub module radeon
(II) LoadModule: radeon
(II) Reloading /usr/X11R6/lib/modules/drivers/radeon_drv.o


Your question sounds like you're still using XFree86 3.x and I don't
know whether that supports the 7000.  Try www.xfree86.org or
groups.google.com .

I don't remember how I configured X but if xf86config fails you,
try xf86cfg or XFree86 -configure.  And don't forget xvidtune.


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/dev/* permissions

2002-10-19 Thread Hanspeter Roth
Hello,

it seems to me that after the last upgrade the permission of the
devices /dev/* have become more restrictive. /dev/*random and
/dev/tty were not accessible by ordinary users.

How can I restore the permissions on the devices to `reasonable'
values (as they were before the upgrade)?

-Hanspeter

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authentication server with group permissions?

2002-10-19 Thread stealth215
Could someone point me in the right direction to find
information on creating an authentication server in such
a way that if some user logs in on a particular machine,
as long as he is in a certain group he will have read
access to all/or certain files as well on other servers
depending on the group and rules set for that group?

Dave

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Re: /dev/* permissions

2002-10-19 Thread Alex


Sunday, October 20, 2002, 12:22:44 AM, you wrote:

HR Hello,

HR it seems to me that after the last upgrade the permission of the
HR devices /dev/* have become more restrictive. /dev/*random and
HR /dev/tty were not accessible by ordinary users.

HR How can I restore the permissions on the devices to `reasonable'
HR values (as they were before the upgrade)?

HR -Hanspeter

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Dear Hanspeter,

This is how it looks for me.

crw--w   1 alex  tty 5,   0 Oct 20 00:31 /dev/ttyp0
crw--w   1 root  tty 5,   1 Oct 20 00:31 /dev/ttyp1
crw--w   1 root  tty 5,   2 Oct 20 00:02 /dev/ttyp2
crw--w   1 root  tty 5,   3 Oct 19 23:48 /dev/ttyp3
crw--w   1 root  tty 5,   4 Oct 19 23:49 /dev/ttyp4
crw--w   1 root  tty 5,   5 Oct 20 00:31 /dev/ttyp5
crw-rw-rw-   1 root  wheel   5,   6 Oct 19 03:40 /dev/ttyp6
crw-rw-rw-   1 root  wheel   5,   7 Oct 19 03:38 /dev/ttyp7
... snip ...

You could as root do:
cd /dev
MAKEDEV *

And all should be fine.
If you insist on changing permissions by hand check out:
chmod

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supported USB-compact flash readers ?

2002-10-19 Thread Luigi Rizzo
Maybe this should go to -usb, but we don't have such a mailing list,
so i am asking here.

What are the options for USB compact flash card readers under FreeBSD ?
I know that the Sandisk SDDR-31 works (just tried one), unfortunately
it has been discontinued and several online stores list it as out
of stock, so it is not a viable alternative, and i would really like
to see if we can expand the list of supported devices so one does
not have to shop blindly.

I have a Sandisk SDDR-75 which is listed as 'working with linux'
if you do a google search. Unfer FreeBSD 4.6.2, it is recognised
by umass, but when you try to do anything on it you get BBB timeouts
and all sorts of misbehaviours.

Any better experience ?

cheers
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RE: Questions about dialup

2002-10-19 Thread Dan Pelleg

   Hi.  Got a quick question.  I'm unsure of the answer or where to 
 look.  I'm setting up one of our old machines as a freebsd dialup station 
 for work to test local pops for linux compatibility for a local ISP.  I 
 also want to use it as a way for me to learn how to dialup to the internet 
 using Freebsd.  Considering I've only ever used it on a network, this will 
 be new to me.  Can anyone recommend a good linux/freebsd dialer software I 
 could use?  I'm using freebsd 4.6 on the machine and would like to install 
 a dialer (and modem drivers if possible) so I can use it as a test dialer 
 station.

Just use the built-in dialer - it's called ppp. See the manpage for it, or
the handbook:
http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/userppp.html

you shouldn't need to download any drivers, unless it's a Lucent Winmodem,
in which case the ltmdm port might prove helpful.

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How to use java, shockwave, etc..?

2002-10-19 Thread Elvis Paris
Hello all,

I hope I'm asking a basic question. What should I do
to set up my FreeBSD desktop with a browser that
supports all (or at least most) linux plugins?

I've had no luck with linux_base + linux-sun-jdk13,
for example, with linux-opera or linux-mozilla ports.
Using 4.7.

Should I be using native browsers? If so, that means I
can't download Linux plugins from the net, right?

I'm beginning to think I'm the only one on the planet
trying to use FreeBSD as a desktop machine. If this is
true, I'd appreciate some honest advice to switch to a
Linux distro, for example. I'm sticking with FreeBSD
just because I use it on servers and I love it, but
I'll switch if I have to.

Any response appreciated, even if it's whoa, i
wouldn't do what you're trying to do.

Thanks!

Elvis


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Re: Connect two machines via plip0

2002-10-19 Thread Zhihui Zhang

Never mind.  I misspell 192 as 129 on one machine. It works now.

On Fri, 18 Oct 2002, Zhihui Zhang wrote:

 
 I tried to connect two machines with a parallel cable.  Some 
 configuration files are as follows:
 
 In file /etc/rc.conf, add following lines:
 
 inetd_enable=YES
 hostname=pc1.myhome.org
 ifconfig_lp0=inet 192.168.1.1 192.168.1.2 netmask 255.255.255.0
 
 In file /etc/hosts, add the following line:
 
 192.168.1.1 pc1.myhome.org pc1
 192.168.1.2 pc2.myhome.org pc2
 
 Of course, I do this on both machines (with necessary changes).
 But ping won't work.  I have done this with the same machines and cable
 many times before. Only this time, I am using 4.6-release. Anything
 changes in 4.6-release or am i missing something?  Do I have to explicitly
 enable ICMP or what?
 
 Thanks for any suggestions.
 
 -Zhihui
 
 
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softupdates on /?

2002-10-19 Thread Gabriel Ambuehl
Hi,
during the process of setting up some new servers I noticed that
sysinstall will enable softupdates by default for everything BUT /.
Is there any risk if I set / to use softupdates as well?

It works, but I'm not sure about the possible implications of this...


I'd greatly appreciate all comments.

regards,
Gabriel


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Re: softupdates on /?

2002-10-19 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Sat, Oct 19, 2002 at 11:40:34AM +0200, Gabriel Ambuehl wrote:

 during the process of setting up some new servers I noticed that
 sysinstall will enable softupdates by default for everything BUT /.
 Is there any risk if I set / to use softupdates as well?

The problem with softupdates is that a modification to the contents of
a file system would result in a transient use of sufficient space to
contain both the old and new versions of all affected files.  Normally
this is not a problem, but in certain cases it can lead to file
modifications failing because of a full filesystem even though there
is ultimately sufficient space available.

One common instance of this is doing a 'make installworld' or 'make
installkernel' where typical small root partitions generated by
sysinstall can be overflowed.  Now, arguments about how large a root
partition should be or whether it should be amalgamated into /usr are
neither here not there, but the contents of a standard root partition
are generally static between major upgrades so there's no advantage to
be gained by turning softupdates on.  (Nb. This assumes that /var and
/tmp are (sensibly) on different partitions to the root).

 It works, but I'm not sure about the possible implications of this...

For general use, softupdates on the root partition is not a problem.
If your root partition is big enough to let you do whatever you need
to by way of updating your system despite enabling softupdates, then
you can turn it on with impunity.  Of course, the size of the contents
of the root partition tends to grow over time, so you may have to
revisit that decision later on.

It's also the case that modifications have been made to softupdates
that ameliorate this effect, certainly in 5-CURRENT, not sure if
they've been MFC'd to -STABLE though.

Cheers,

Matthew

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Re[2]: softupdates on /?

2002-10-19 Thread Gabriel Ambuehl
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Hello Matthew,

Saturday, October 19, 2002, 1:29:47 PM, you wrote:

 For general use, softupdates on the root partition is not a problem.
 If your root partition is big enough to let you do whatever you need
 to by way of updating your system despite enabling softupdates, then
 you can turn it on with impunity.  Of course, the size of the
contents
 of the root partition tends to grow over time, so you may have to
 revisit that decision later on.

That's exactly why I have root Partitions of about 300MB right now.
Vastly over what's ever going to be needed but in the time of sub
100$ 80GB drives, this isn't of much concern to me anymore.

Thanks for the explanations!



Best regards,
 Gabriel

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Re: C programming help ?

2002-10-19 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Sat, Oct 19, 2002 at 02:17:49PM +0300, Angelin Lazarov Lalev wrote:
 I need to convert some bytes, which are not an internet address, from 
 machine to network byte order (described in RFC1700). I could do it 
 mannualy, assuming a I386 (or some other) architecture, but then my code 
 will be a lot less portable. Is there any function in libc or somewhere 
 else which will do that conversion for me (and will be updated when new 
 architecture is added)?

inet_ntoa(3), inet_aton(3) will do that conversion for you[*].

Cheers,

Matthew

[*] Although the man page suggests that nowadays addr2ascii(3) and
ascii2addr(3) should be preferred, but the current implementation of
those functions is based on inet_ntoa(3), inet_aton(3).

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Re: C programming help ?

2002-10-19 Thread Erik Trulsson
On Sat, Oct 19, 2002 at 02:17:49PM +0300, Angelin Lazarov Lalev wrote:
 I need to convert some bytes, which are not an internet address, from 
 machine to network byte order (described in RFC1700). I could do it 
 mannualy, assuming a I386 (or some other) architecture, but then my code 
 will be a lot less portable. Is there any function in libc or somewhere 
 else which will do that conversion for me (and will be updated when new 
 architecture is added)?

htonl(3), ntohl(3), htons(3) and ntohs(3) seems to be exactly what you
need.


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Port Upgrade

2002-10-19 Thread randy
Hello,

My box is freebsd 4.5-release

When trying to do a Port Upgrade I run into this error.  This used to work
but not any more.  Is 4.5 no longer supported?  Please also reply to me.

desert# pkg_add -r portupgrade
Error: FTP Unable to get
ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/i386/packages-4.5-release/Latest/portupgrade.tgz:
File unavailable (e.g., file not found, no access)
pkg_add: unable to fetch
`ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/i386/packages-4.5-release/Latest/portupgrade.tgz'
by URL

Thanks




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Re: Port Upgrade

2002-10-19 Thread Jack L. Stone
At 10:39 AM 10.19.2002 -0500, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
Hello,

My box is freebsd 4.5-release

When trying to do a Port Upgrade I run into this error.  This used to work
but not any more.  Is 4.5 no longer supported?  Please also reply to me.

desert# pkg_add -r portupgrade
Error: FTP Unable to get
ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/i386/packages-4.5-release/Latest/po
rtupgrade.tgz:
File unavailable (e.g., file not found, no access)
pkg_add: unable to fetch
`ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/i386/packages-4.5-release/Latest/p
ortupgrade.tgz'
by URL

Thanks


Gather you don't use ports  cvsup? Easy to get and would include/install
the portupgrade.

Best regards,
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Administrator

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IPNAT/NATD issues-questions..

2002-10-19 Thread BigBrother



Dear,

I have a couple of issues regarding the IPNAT or NATD of freebsd. In case
that you dont have enough time, skip the next paragraph [description] and
go to questions section.




-=Description of problem=-
I was using NATD for more than 3 years with no problem. By debbuging
a problem in my IRC Fserve I noticed that connections originating from
my router [that run NATD] were using very high port ranges, even though I
had specifically configured the IRC fserve to be in a different
lower range.

When I stop using NATD and changed to IPNAT the problem dissaper and every
client on my router allocated a port in his specified range.

This was also solved my problem with DCC+RESUME. Because the NATD was
changing the originating ports, the dcc transfer resume was not
able to happen. With
IPNAT the resume of DCC transfers had no problems, because the client was
using what port he had requested.

I am using statefull IPFW  and for this reason, I wanted an
exact port range.

natd config file has only the use_same_ports and use sockets options.

In IPFW rules I had the first line

50 divert natd all from any to any via ed0
-=END OF DESCRIPTION of problem=-





Questions
-

a) Why did NATD changed my originating ports on my router. IPNAT didn't
do anything like this, and the functionality is the same [my lan can
connect with no problems to net]

b) when NATD was used, I could see that the process of NATD consumed a
high cpu time [almost 10-20% on a P166]. Where is the cpu time of the
IPNAT?

c) I believe that IPNAT doesnt have the overhead of NATD. So is IPNAT
suggested for slower cpu machines (??). Am I wrong in this assumption?

d) In my IPFW there was the rule '50 divert natd all from any to any'.
Is  this correct? I mean with this rule ALL packets were forced to pass
through this and then re-injected to the chain. I try to put it after some
rules of the firewall but the NATD didnt worked [I tryied many places...]

e) Is IPFW + IPNAT a good combination? I know that the pairs are
(IPFW + NATD) and (IPF + IPNAT). What I am doing is good or not
suggested [and why?]

f) I have understand that the 'official' firewall for freebsd is IPFW, and
ipf is just a 'contributed' software. But a lot of people suggest the use
of IPF and name it as supperior firewall. Is there a comparison page/site
that states the overhead of these two firewalls, or pros/cons of them?

g) Why some people say that IPFW is a 'userland' application even though
it has not process vissible running?


Thank you very much in advance, and I really hope that my questions will
be answered





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Can't build databases/portgresql7

2002-10-19 Thread Ceri Davies

I know this is my fault, because I've checked the error logs on bento and
it's building fine there, but I keep getting the following error trying to
build the postgresql7 port:

## error log starts
 gmake[5]: Entering directory 
`/usr/ports/databases/postgresql7/work/postgresql-7.2.3/src/backend/access/heap'
 cc -O -pipe -march=pentiumpro -Wall -Wmissing-prototypes -Wmissing-declarations 
-I../../../../src/include -I/usr/local/include  -c -o heapam.o heapam.c
 cc -O -pipe -march=pentiumpro -Wall -Wmissing-prototypes -Wmissing-declarations 
-I../../../../src/include -I/usr/local/include  -c -o hio.o hio.c
 cc -O -pipe -march=pentiumpro -Wall -Wmissing-prototypes -Wmissing-declarations 
-I../../../../src/include -I/usr/local/include  -c -o tuptoaster.o tuptoaster.c
 tuptoaster.c: In function `toast_delete_datum':
 tuptoaster.c:914: `F_OIDEQ' undeclared (first use in this function)
 tuptoaster.c:914: (Each undeclared identifier is reported only once
 tuptoaster.c:914: for each function it appears in.)
 tuptoaster.c: In function `toast_fetch_datum':
 tuptoaster.c:997: `F_OIDEQ' undeclared (first use in this function)
 gmake[5]: *** [tuptoaster.o] Error 1
 gmake[5]: Leaving directory 
`/usr/ports/databases/postgresql7/work/postgresql-7.2.3/src/backend/access/heap'
 gmake[4]: *** [heap-recursive] Error 2
 gmake[4]: Leaving directory 
`/usr/ports/databases/postgresql7/work/postgresql-7.2.3/src/backend/access'
 gmake[3]: *** [access-recursive] Error 2
 gmake[3]: Leaving directory 
`/usr/ports/databases/postgresql7/work/postgresql-7.2.3/src/backend'
 gmake[2]: *** [all] Error 2
 gmake[2]: Leaving directory 
`/usr/ports/databases/postgresql7/work/postgresql-7.2.3/src'
 gmake[1]: *** [all] Error 2
 gmake[1]: Leaving directory `/usr/ports/databases/postgresql7/work/postgresql-7.2.3'
 gmake: *** [all] Error 2
 *** Error code 2
 
 Stop in /usr/ports/databases/postgresql7.
 *** Error code 1
 
 Stop in /usr/ports/databases/postgresql7
## error log ends

Indications on the postgresql lists seem to indicate that this may be a
problem with awk, but I can't see why this would be failing.

Any suggestions ?

Thanks,

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Re: Port Upgrade

2002-10-19 Thread Adam Weinberger
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 (10.19.2002 @ 0839 PST): [EMAIL PROTECTED] said, in 0.6K: 
 My box is freebsd 4.5-release
 
 When trying to do a Port Upgrade I run into this error.  This used to work
 but not any more.  Is 4.5 no longer supported?  Please also reply to me.
 
 desert# pkg_add -r portupgrade
 Error: FTP Unable to get
 
ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/i386/packages-4.5-release/Latest/portupgrade.tgz:
 File unavailable (e.g., file not found, no access)
 pkg_add: unable to fetch
 
`ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/i386/packages-4.5-release/Latest/portupgrade.tgz'
 by URL
 
 Thanks
 end of Port Upgrade from [EMAIL PROTECTED] 

you are correct: 4.5 packages are not sitting around on the server. your
options are as follows:
* upgrade to 4.7 and use packages
* update your ports tree (cvsup) and build from ports
* download the newer packages and just pkg_add them

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Re: Running ipfw from a webpage/using php.

2002-10-19 Thread Joan Picanyol
* Patrick Holahan [EMAIL PROTECTED] [20021014 16:35]:
 I need to run a root command (ipfw) from apache through php. (Yes, this is
 not very secure and I'm aware of this and if anyone has any better
 suggestions, please feel free to make them.)
What do you want to do? (No, you *don't* want to run a command as root
from php)

 Would anyone know how to do this?
If you really want to do it, you can try Apache's SUEXEC feature. Read
about it at http://httpd.apache.org/docs/suexec.html

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RE: C programming help ?

2002-10-19 Thread Don Read

On 19-Oct-2002 Angelin Lazarov Lalev wrote:
 I need to convert some bytes, which are not an internet address, from 
 machine to network byte order (described in RFC1700). I could do it 
 mannualy, assuming a I386 (or some other) architecture, but then my code 
 will be a lot less portable. Is there any function in libc or somewhere 
 else which will do that conversion for me (and will be updated when new 
 architecture is added)?
 
 

A HREF=http://www.faqs.org/rfcs/rfc1014.htmlRFC 1014/A

man xdr

Regards,
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