Re: How to use Port Collection without cd-rom and internet

2003-01-30 Thread Konrad Heuer
On Thu, 30 Jan 2003 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I have access to the net only from Windows 98 and want to take advantage of all the ported apps, but I dont have the sources on cd. Is there a way (and where) to download the ported tgz files? I have installed the Port Collection and just

Re: vnc at start-up

2003-01-30 Thread Ruben de Groot
On Thu, Jan 30, 2003 at 09:27:42AM +0700, Roger Merritt typed: I've installed vnc from the ports and it works fine, but it's annoying to have to log on to my server and start the vncserver every time I want to connect from my desktop PC. One problem is my server has been randomly rebooting

Why no /dev/one?

2003-01-30 Thread Darren Pilgrim
Why isn't there a /dev/one device to provide an infinite number of all-ones bytes? To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-questions in the body of the message

Re: A question asked many times-

2003-01-30 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2003-01-29 23:44, Thaddeus J. Quintin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Greetings- I've looked around in google and the FreeBSD archives and I've seen this question asked many times, but never found the answer. I would like to map my alt keys to be meta keys. Is there any reason why I shouldn't

Re: Analog build fails

2003-01-30 Thread Andreas Widerøe Andersen
At 15:53 29.01.2003 +0100, you wrote: I can't get Analog (actually /usr/ports/graphics/gd) to build from ports: bash-2.05b# make install clean === Extracting for analog-5.24,1 Checksum OK for analog-5.24.tar.gz. === analog-5.24,1 depends on shared library: gd.2 - not found ===Verifying

Re: vnc at start-up

2003-01-30 Thread local.freebsd.questions
On Thu, 30 Jan 2003 02:28:19 -, [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Roger Merritt) wrote: I've installed vnc from the ports and it works fine, but it's annoying to have to log on to my server and start the vncserver every time I want to connect from my desktop PC. One problem is my server has been randomly

Re: Why no /dev/one?

2003-01-30 Thread Roger Merritt
At 03:25 PM 1/30/03, you wrote: Why isn't there a /dev/one device to provide an infinite number of all-ones bytes? To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-questions in the body of the message Sounds OK. As I've asked in a separate question to the list, would

CD installation problem

2003-01-30 Thread David Larkin
I was wondering if any subscibers to this list recognise the following problem. I just purchased 2 identical machines and I am looking to install 4.7 from CD. Both machines exhibit exactly the same behavior, so I'm pretty sure it is not defective hardware. The machine boots from CD successfully

Re: Modifying /etc/rc?

2003-01-30 Thread Daniel Bye
On Thu, Jan 30, 2003 at 02:49:07PM +0700, Roger Merritt wrote: My earlier question about starting up vncserver has been answered with a couple of possible methods, and in the course of looking at them I found that during boot-up the PATH variable is set by the /etc/rc script. Now, it seems

Re: How to use Port Collection without cd-rom and internet

2003-01-30 Thread Dan Pelleg
Konrad Heuer [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On Thu, 30 Jan 2003 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I have access to the net only from Windows 98 and want to take advantage of all the ported apps, but I dont have the sources on cd. Is there a way (and where) to download the ported tgz files? I

Re: Why no /dev/one?

2003-01-30 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2003-01-30 00:25, Darren Pilgrim [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Why isn't there a /dev/one device to provide an infinite number of all-ones bytes? Because it's easy to get any sequence of equal bytes by using just /dev/zero and tr(1). Try this command and check the output of hd(1) :-) $

Re: Why no /dev/one?

2003-01-30 Thread Darren Pilgrim
Giorgos Keramidas wrote: On 2003-01-30 00:25, Darren Pilgrim wrote: Why isn't there a /dev/one device to provide an infinite number of all-ones bytes? Because it's easy to get any sequence of equal bytes by using just /dev/zero and tr(1). Try this command and check the output of hd(1)

Re: vnc at start-up

2003-01-30 Thread Brian T. Schellenberger
No, not the vncserver script, the init script that invokes vncserver. In fact, if you simply replace the line that says vncserver with the *exact* syntax I put in, it will work. THe parentheses start a local environment and the PATH adds to the path for that environment and then invokes

Re: Why no /dev/one?

2003-01-30 Thread Jan Grant
On Thu, 30 Jan 2003, Darren Pilgrim wrote: Giorgos Keramidas wrote: On 2003-01-30 00:25, Darren Pilgrim wrote: Why isn't there a /dev/one device to provide an infinite number of all-ones bytes? Because it's easy to get any sequence of equal bytes by using just /dev/zero and

Re: A question asked many times-

2003-01-30 Thread Scott Ballantyne
Thaddeus J. Quintin [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Greetings- I've looked around in google and the FreeBSD archives and I've seen this question asked many times, but never found the answer. I would like to map my alt keys to be meta keys. Is there any reason why I shouldn't do that? Is there a

ipfw pipe TCP ?

2003-01-30 Thread Murat Bicer
Can we specify what tcp ports to be sent to pipe in ipfw. Or it can be used only for layer 3 protocols? To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-questions in the body of the message

INVALID-COOKIE msg with racoon

2003-01-30 Thread Scott Penno
Hi all, Not sure if this is the right forum for this question. If there is somewhere more appropriate, please let me know. So, after a few problems I have racoon up and running. I'm now getting messages when communicating with another host about an invalid cookie (log output attached below).

PPPoE Troubles

2003-01-30 Thread Joel Brakey
Hello, I'm having troubles with connecting over PPPoE using an Alcatel Speed Touch Home modem - as of today. I've had this working happily under FreeBSD 4.7 for awhile now, and before that on FreeBSD 4.5. I'm guessing it may be a change on my ADSL provider's end, but they won't support BSD,

Re: vnc at start-up

2003-01-30 Thread Matt Smith
Try this: http://www.dei.isep.ipp.pt/~andre/extern/ixvnc.htm The newest versions of XVnc have the patch built in. Effectively, this allows a XVnc session to be launced via inetd, and upon initial connection you are presented with a [XKG]DM login screen. You can even configure the web component

Re: A question asked many times-

2003-01-30 Thread Kirk Strauser
At 2003-01-30T04:44:52Z, Thaddeus J. Quintin [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I would like to map my alt keys to be meta keys. Is there any reason why I shouldn't do that? Is there a better/different solution? Using ESC just doesn't cut it... Are you using X? If so, is it 4.x? If so, edit your

RE: another go at natd

2003-01-30 Thread JoeB
You have just fallen onto the unpublished secret that IPFW / NATD does not work with keep-state rules. If you use user ppp -nat so the NAT function is done outside of IPFW, then IPFW keep-state rules will function as documented. For true keep-state protection you are far better off using IPFILTER

Buildworld Error

2003-01-30 Thread Justin P. Michel
Greetings I've installed using FreeBSD 4.7-R ISO's, and have done so on various machines without err. Then, yesterday, one machine, after doing a cvsup to latest 4.7-R src updates, errored out on the buildworld. The system in question is a lousy Cyrix 6x86 PR166+, with 64MB RAM, and a 4GB HDD.

Re: A question asked many times-

2003-01-30 Thread Thaddeus Quintin
This was the perfect answer! I wasn't sure if meta was something that would be recognized in the keymap files, but it worked like a charm. Rather than edit the file by hand, it was easer to do- sed 's/lalt/meta/g' us.iso.kbd local.kbd Gotta utilize those UNIX tools! Thanks a lot Thaddeus I

Re: Buildworld Error

2003-01-30 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Thu, Jan 30, 2003 at 09:19:20AM -0500, Justin P. Michel wrote: The system in question is a lousy Cyrix 6x86 PR166+, with 64MB RAM, and a 4GB HDD. The error it shoots out is: -- cc: Internal compiler error: Program cc1 got fatal signal 11 That's a FAQ:

Webmail2

2003-01-30 Thread Gannater Jnos
Do you know any webmail program that uses pop3 not imap and uses php. I don't want any cgi or mysql To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-questions in the body of the message

Re: Fixit instructions

2003-01-30 Thread Mike Meyer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed: Quoting Mike Meyer [EMAIL PROTECTED]: You don't have to boot the fixit cd - just mount it and look. I'm sure that what you will find on the CD is a pretty complete FreeBSD system, with the layout described in the hier man page. Close, but...

writing to vinum volume causes crash

2003-01-30 Thread steve heistand
(I first sent this to [EMAIL PROTECTED] which isnt what I wanted. I think. sorry if there is 2) I have a machine running 4.7-release (possibly and old build) with 4 disks I am using vinum to make a raid5 volume out of. When I write large amounts of data to it the machine crashes. I can dd one

help with pam at 5.0

2003-01-30 Thread Frank Bonnet
Hi I recently install a machine with 5.0 to test the beast and I've been in trouble with PAM to use it with NIS Does anyone knows where to find some templates files to configure PAM with NIS , I tried some configurations reading man pages but no one worked. Thanks To Unsubscribe: send mail to

kde+nvidia = crash

2003-01-30 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi ! I'm under FreeBSD-4.7-STABLE with the NVidia proprietary binary drivers. I was running KDE 3.05 and I'm now running 3.1 which I though would fix my problem... but no ! Here it is: often when I close Konsole, Kmail... and some other KDE apps, I get a crash. Here is the backtrace:

Re: How to use Port Collection without cd-rom and internet

2003-01-30 Thread Mike Meyer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Dan Pelleg [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed: Konrad Heuer [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On Thu, 30 Jan 2003 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I have access to the net only from Windows 98 and want to take advantage of all the ported apps, but I dont have the sources on cd.

Re: CD installation problem

2003-01-30 Thread Mike Meyer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], David Larkin [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed: I was wondering if any subscibers to this list recognise the following problem. I just purchased 2 identical machines and I am looking to install 4.7 from CD. [...] It then formats the hard disk ok, but reports acd0:

Re: kde+nvidia = crash

2003-01-30 Thread Lauri Watts
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Thursday 30 January 2003 16:09, Antoine Jacoutot wrote: Hi ! I'm under FreeBSD-4.7-STABLE with the NVidia proprietary binary drivers. I was running KDE 3.05 and I'm now running 3.1 which I though would fix my problem... but no ! Here it is:

Re: Webmail2

2003-01-30 Thread Marcio Merlone
Em Thu, 30 Jan 2003 15:41:16 +0100 (CET), Gannater János [EMAIL PROTECTED] escreveu: Do you know any webmail program that uses pop3 not imap and uses php. I don't want any cgi or mysql nocc -- Marcio Merlone To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe

No traffic on incoming PPP connections

2003-01-30 Thread Carlos Carnero
Hi, I've been toying with my test FreeBSD server (4.7-RELEASE-p3) to try to set up a plain old PPP server. I'm at a point where the modem answers, the connection goes up (i.e. the caller gets an IP number) but there's no traffic. Below you can find the files I changed in order to get that setup

Adding /usr/X11R6/bin to the /etc/rc PATH (was: Re: Why no /dev/one?)

2003-01-30 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2003-01-30 17:22, Roger Merritt [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: As I've asked in a separate question to the list, would adding /usr/X11R6/bin to the PATH statement in /etc/rc be a Bad Idea (tm)? Yes, it would be a bad idea. Is there need for anything under /usr/X11R6/bin while booting the system?

Re: Modifying /etc/rc?

2003-01-30 Thread Chris Doherty
On Thu, Jan 30, 2003 at 02:49:07PM +0700, Roger Merritt said: Now, it seems to me that modifying the vncserver script is not elegant. I don't think it's a good idea for me to make *any* modifications to something that somebody else wrote, even when the code is as clear and easy to

Re: Modifying /etc/rc?

2003-01-30 Thread Mike Meyer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Chris Doherty [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed: unless I'm wrong, /etc/rc.local exists specifically so you don't have to modify /etc/rc. /etc/rc refers to rc.local as traditional (but rather obsolete), but nowhere in my FreeBSD travels over the past four years have I found any

HELP! root partition full!

2003-01-30 Thread Jason Morgan
I got a strange error from my server this morning - root partition full. I then looked at my email and had this in my inbox (of course I get this every day): Disk status: Filesystem1K-blocksUsedAvail Capacity Mounted on /dev/ad0s1a 516062 505036 -30258 106%/

Re: writing to vinum volume causes crash

2003-01-30 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Thu, Jan 30, 2003 at 06:55:50AM -0800, steve heistand wrote: (I first sent this to [EMAIL PROTECTED] which isnt what I wanted. I think. sorry if there is 2) No, you were right first time. [EMAIL PROTECTED] and [EMAIL PROTECTED] are two names for the same list I have a machine running

Couple more tidbits of info

2003-01-30 Thread Jason Morgan
From top: PID USERNAME PRI NICE SIZERES STATETIME WCPUCPU COMMAND 68 root 50 0 9832K 9580K RUN 18.4H 37.26% 37.26% natd That's really high. From ipfw show: 00050 23364131 1766791991 divert 8668 ip from any to any via dc0 0010016354 658880 allow ip from any

Re: HELP! root partition full!

2003-01-30 Thread Jeff Jirsa
On Thu, 30 Jan 2003, Jason Morgan wrote: I got a strange error from my server this morning - root partition full. I then looked at my email and had this in my inbox (of course I get this every day): Disk status: Filesystem1K-blocksUsedAvail Capacity Mounted on /dev/ad0s1a

Re: Modifying /etc/rc?

2003-01-30 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2003-01-30 08:40, Chris Doherty [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: unless I'm wrong, /etc/rc.local exists specifically so you don't have to modify /etc/rc. /etc/rc refers to rc.local as traditional (but rather obsolete), but nowhere in my FreeBSD travels over the past four years have I found any

Re: HELP! root partition full!

2003-01-30 Thread Jim Trigg
On Thu, Jan 30, 2003 at 12:05:50PM -0500, Jason Morgan wrote: I got a strange error from my server this morning - root partition full. I then looked at my email and had this in my inbox (of course I get this every day): Disk status: Filesystem1K-blocksUsedAvail Capacity

libjpeg linking problem plaguing me from 4.3 to 4.7

2003-01-30 Thread Zeno Lee
My system: FreeBSD 4.7-RELEASE (Nov 2002) on i386 From FreeBSD 4.3 to CVSup updates to 4.7, I have had a constant problem with my libjpeg (jpeg-6b_1 ) library. Several ports that link /usr/local/lib/libjpeg.a during build complain of multiply defined definitions: CASE 1: make install of

java compiler

2003-01-30 Thread Brian Henning
I have heard that the new gcc compilers have the ability to compile java source code into a binary. I was told all I need to do is add the flag -x java and it will work. For example: gcc -x java HelloWorld.java when i tried this i get the following error: gcc: Warning: `-x java' after last

Gaim and Gnome panel

2003-01-30 Thread Chris
I upgraded to the new version of gaim, 0.59.8. However, when I try and run gaim now I get the error message: The GNOME panel is not running. I'm running FreeBSD 4.7 and using Afterstep as the windows manager. Does gaim now only work with Gnome or is something else going on? Thanks, Chris

Re: Gaim and Gnome panel

2003-01-30 Thread Joe Marcus Clarke
On Thu, 2003-01-30 at 12:29, Chris wrote: I upgraded to the new version of gaim, 0.59.8. However, when I try and run gaim now I get the error message: The GNOME panel is not running. I'm running FreeBSD 4.7 and using Afterstep as the windows manager. Does gaim now only work with Gnome

ssh question

2003-01-30 Thread Tyler Parrott
Hello all, I was just in the process of compiling something through ssh(i.e. I ssh'd to my machine at home and ran make install) but during the compilation, my ssh client crashed. Does that mean that my build was killed as well? Thanks Tyler To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL

Re: ssh question

2003-01-30 Thread Daniel Bye
On Thu, Jan 30, 2003 at 12:46:30PM -0500, Tyler Parrott wrote: Hello all, I was just in the process of compiling something through ssh(i.e. I ssh'd to my machine at home and ran make install) but during the compilation, my ssh client crashed. Does that mean that my build was killed as

RE: Fixit instructions

2003-01-30 Thread JoeB
Hay aren't you forgetting the most important usage. Use the fixit cdrom to boot small running FBSD environment so you can restore your tape backup to the failed hard drive, or dd your bkup image. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf Of Mike Meyer

Re: help with pam at 5.0

2003-01-30 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Thu, Jan 30, 2003 at 04:01:41PM +0100, Frank Bonnet wrote: Hi I recently install a machine with 5.0 to test the beast and I've been in trouble with PAM to use it with NIS Does anyone knows where to find some templates files to configure PAM with NIS , I tried some configurations

Re: java compiler

2003-01-30 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Thu, Jan 30, 2003 at 11:27:29AM -0600, Brian Henning wrote: I have heard that the new gcc compilers have the ability to compile java source code into a binary. I was told all I need to do is add the flag -x java and it will work. For example: gcc -x java HelloWorld.java when i tried

Re: Buildworld Error

2003-01-30 Thread Kent Stewart
On Thursday 30 January 2003 06:37 am, Matthew Seaman wrote: On Thu, Jan 30, 2003 at 09:19:20AM -0500, Justin P. Michel wrote: The system in question is a lousy Cyrix 6x86 PR166+, with 64MB RAM, and a 4GB HDD. The error it shoots out is: -- cc: Internal compiler error: Program cc1 got

Re: How to set-up two 'defaultrouter' IPs?

2003-01-30 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Kevin Stevens [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Not multiple default routers, but multiple default routes, in this case two, with different metrics to control failover. This is easy to do on some systems (Cisco and Solaris), not so on others. Don't know about FreeBSD, but I'll take a look later if

re: vinum crashes machine

2003-01-30 Thread steve heistand
It locks tight, not even anything to the console before it hangs ;( They are eide drives. I have another fileserver in the same type of setup (different hardware) and its never had a problem at all. Am trying a debug kernel, not hopeful since it locks up without sending any messages.

Re: cvsup problem with premature EOF from server

2003-01-30 Thread Lowell Gilbert
yew chin [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Connected to cvsup14.freebsd.org Server software version: SNAP_16_1e If I recall correctly, that's an out-of-date version of the server software. I don't see why it would cause this particular symptom, but perhaps you should try a different server and see if

Re: Modifying /etc/rc?

2003-01-30 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Chris Doherty [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: unless I'm wrong, /etc/rc.local exists specifically so you don't have to modify /etc/rc. /etc/rc refers to rc.local as traditional (but rather obsolete), but nowhere in my FreeBSD travels over the past four years have I found any suggestion of what else

Re: kde+nvidia = crash

2003-01-30 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Thursday 30 January 2003 16:26, Lauri Watts wrote: I've been using the NVidia drivers since the day they were released, and I've never seen a KDE crash that could be attributed to them. That's multiple versions of -STABLE and multiple versions of KDE, everything from 3.0.x to KDE CVS.I

Re: HELP! root partition full!

2003-01-30 Thread Beech Rintoul
- Original Message - From: Jason Morgan [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, January 30, 2003 8:05 AM Subject: HELP! root partition full! I got a strange error from my server this morning - root partition full. I then looked at my email and had this in my inbox (of

Re[2]: HELP! root partition full!

2003-01-30 Thread Ben Williams
Thursday, January 30, 2003, 3:56:58 PM, you wrote: BR - Original Message - BR From: Jason Morgan [EMAIL PROTECTED] BR To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] BR Sent: Thursday, January 30, 2003 8:05 AM BR Subject: HELP! root partition full! I got a strange error from my server this morning - root

Apache

2003-01-30 Thread Gannater Jnos
I would like to enable ssl for apache. So I can have a website at https:// I compiled mod_ssl to my existing apache configuration. When I say apachectl configtest a whole error log comes up... How can I do this ssl thing correctly? Where should I put the homepages to be availible at https:// ?

Re: cvsup problem with premature EOF from server

2003-01-30 Thread yew chin
--- Lowell Gilbert [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: yew chin [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Connected to cvsup14.freebsd.org Server software version: SNAP_16_1e If I recall correctly, that's an out-of-date version of the server software. I don't see why it would cause this particular symptom,

copy a cd

2003-01-30 Thread Brian Henning
i am trying to copy a data cd with dd if=/dev/acd0c of=/home/image.iso bs=2048 i don't think it is working... i don't have the error message, but the cd doesn't work when i burn it. can i somehow find out for sure if bs=2048 is correct ? is there any other info i need about the cd before i can

Re: copy a cd

2003-01-30 Thread Doug Poland
Brian Henning said: i am trying to copy a data cd with dd if=/dev/acd0c of=/home/image.iso bs=2048 i don't think it is working... i don't have the error message, but the cd doesn't work when i burn it. can i somehow find out for sure if bs=2048 is correct ? is there any other info i need

Re: copy a cd

2003-01-30 Thread J. Scott Edwards
On Thu, 30 Jan 2003, Brian Henning wrote: i am trying to copy a data cd with dd if=/dev/acd0c of=/home/image.iso bs=2048 i don't think it is working... i don't have the error message, but the cd doesn't work when i burn it. can i somehow find out for sure if bs=2048 is correct ? is there

Re: Apache

2003-01-30 Thread Toni Schmidbauer
On Thu, Jan 30, 2003 at 10:20:18PM +0100, Gannater János wrote: I would like to enable ssl for apache. So I can have a website at https:// I compiled mod_ssl to my existing apache configuration. When I say apachectl configtest a whole error log comes up... How can I do this ssl thing

Re: copy a cd

2003-01-30 Thread Toni Schmidbauer
On Thu, Jan 30, 2003 at 03:26:32PM -0600, Brian Henning wrote: i am trying to copy a data cd with dd if=/dev/acd0c of=/home/image.iso bs=2048 i am usally doing a cat /dev/acd0c filename.iso. works for me. toni -- Terror ist der Krieg der Armen, | [EMAIL PROTECTED] Krieg ist der Terror der

Re: Apache

2003-01-30 Thread Dirk-Willem van Gulik
you have to recompile apache. mod_ssl comes with eapi (enhanced api) and the standard apache modules have to be aware of it. You want to just use 'ports' for this - there is a ssl module port which does all the right things. Compile and install this -before- you do PHP or mod_perl; as the

new ipfw/nat ruleset for gateway

2003-01-30 Thread Redmond Militante
hi all i have my test machine set up as a gateway box, with ipfw/natd configured on it, set up to filter/redirect packets bound for a client on my internal network. external ip of my internal client is aliased to the outside nic of the gateway box gateway machine's kernel has been recompiled

Bug with quota over NFS?

2003-01-30 Thread Eric Osterweil
Hey everyone, Has anyone seen a problem with the quota command (off of 4.7-Stable) whereby quotas are misrepresented? I have a NetApp filer that hosts my NIS users' home dirs, and I have setup 6Gig quotas. When I run quota on one of my FreeBSD boxes I get: Disk quotas for user eoster (uid

Compile for FreeBSD on another Sys?

2003-01-30 Thread Pascal Giannakakis
Hey list, Please don't bash me if this sounds stupid to you, but most ideas that rock the world today were subject to public loughter in the past! :P My FreeBSD server is a Cyrix C3 800 MHz / 256 MB which is slooow and my Windows Workstations has a AMD Athlon XP 2400+ / 1 GB. Is there any

Trying again... (was rc.setiathome.conf proxy how?)

2003-01-30 Thread jle
Surely, somebody here can help me get the proxy working? HELP! The documentation is pretty poor here. How do I add proxy support to the rc.setiathome.conf file? I've tried: seti_proxy_args=-proxy xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:port seti_proxy_args=http_proxy xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:port

Make Apache case incensitive

2003-01-30 Thread Jonas Fornander
Is it possible to make apache case-insensitive so an image called myimage.JPG will be found even if the link is MyImage.jpg? Jonas Fornander - System Administrator Netwood Communications, LLC - www.netwood.net Find out why we're better - 310-442-1530 To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL

security settings - kerberos or ssh?

2003-01-30 Thread chip wiegand
I am going to set up a new machine with fbsd4.7R for web use - apache, mysql, php, phpmyadmin. I will be co-locating this box at my isp's office. I would like to make sure this is as secure as possible and still be able to have direct access to upload files and maintain, pull off log files, etc. I

Problems with Gnome CPU load applet

2003-01-30 Thread stan
I've got 2 different STABLE machines, that are bith pretty much up to date. On both, when I try to add teh CPU load monitor to the Gnome taskbar, the applet crashes almost instanlt. What can I do to fix this? -- They that would give up essential liberty for temporary safety deserve neither

Re: Fixit instructions

2003-01-30 Thread bastill
Quoting Mike Meyer [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Maybe what's needed is an Essential BSD commands handbook entry, that covers the lists the commands available in Fixit mode that are actually useful for fixing a broken system? Yes, that's exactly what I was asking for, in essense. Care to write it? :-)

Re: Make Apache case incensitive

2003-01-30 Thread Philip Hallstrom
you might try the mod_speling module... On Thu, 30 Jan 2003, Jonas Fornander wrote: Is it possible to make apache case-insensitive so an image called myimage.JPG will be found even if the link is MyImage.jpg? Jonas Fornander - System Administrator Netwood Communications, LLC -

Re: Problems with Gnome CPU load applet

2003-01-30 Thread Joe Marcus Clarke
On Thu, 2003-01-30 at 19:12, stan wrote: I've got 2 different STABLE machines, that are bith pretty much up to date. On both, when I try to add teh CPU load monitor to the Gnome taskbar, the applet crashes almost instanlt. What can I do to fix this? What version of GNOME? In most cases,

Re: Trying again... (was rc.setiathome.conf proxy how?)

2003-01-30 Thread Lowell Gilbert
jle [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: HELP! The documentation is pretty poor here. How do I add proxy support to the rc.setiathome.conf file? The documentation is, essentially, the setiathome(1) manual itself. The only trick for rc.setiathome.conf is to use the seti_proxy_args variable, which you've

Re: CD installation problem

2003-01-30 Thread Sugiono
I have the same problem, but i install it with floppy boot disk. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-questions in the body of the message

Re: Make Apache case incensitive

2003-01-30 Thread Chuck Swiger
Jonas Fornander wrote: Is it possible to make apache case-insensitive so an image called myimage.JPG will be found even if the link is MyImage.jpg? Apple released an Apache module called mod_hfsplus or some such, which is designed to replicate HFS+ case-insensitive behavior even when you run

Ooops.

2003-01-30 Thread Grant Peel
Hi all, Two hard drives. da0s1 da1s1 da0 is primary boot and OS drive. da1 is a mirror drive. da1's filesystems are mounted on /mnt. Silly me runs a rm -rf * while in /mnt . Next thing I know EVERYTHING is gone. What did I miss here? -Grant To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

vnc slowness when freebsd is server

2003-01-30 Thread Cliff Sarginson
Hello, I have been experimenting with vnc on a mix of BSD, Linux and Windows machines. It works pretty well, with one exception. If I use a FreeBSD system as the Xvnc server then clients to it load *very* slowly. All other cominations are fine, BSD/Linux/Windows as clients are fine, BSD as a

Re: Trying again... (was rc.setiathome.conf proxy how?)

2003-01-30 Thread jle
Lowell Gilbert wrote: The documentation is, essentially, the setiathome(1) manual itself. The only trick for rc.setiathome.conf is to use the seti_proxy_args variable, which you've already figured out. seti_proxy_args=-proxy xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:port That's what you need. Except it should be

port www/mozilla 1.2.1 disable anti-aliasing

2003-01-30 Thread Matthias Buelow
Hi folks, sorry if this has been asked before but how does one disable anti-aliasing in the www/mozilla port (mozilla 1.2.1)? I have upgraded from 1.1 to 1.2.1 via ports today only to find that the visual display is rather seriously broken; any font everywhere is anti-aliased, even the

Re: port www/mozilla 1.2.1 disable anti-aliasing

2003-01-30 Thread Joe Marcus Clarke
On Thu, 2003-01-30 at 21:14, Matthias Buelow wrote: Hi folks, sorry if this has been asked before but how does one disable anti-aliasing in the www/mozilla port (mozilla 1.2.1)? I have upgraded from 1.1 to 1.2.1 via ports today only to find that the visual display is rather seriously

Re: port www/mozilla 1.2.1 disable anti-aliasing

2003-01-30 Thread Matthias Buelow
Joe Marcus Clarke wrote: # cd /usr/ports/www/mozilla # make -DWITHOUT_XFT install Isn't there any way to disable it at runtime? Oh, well.. rebuilding it right now. -- Matthias Buelow To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-questions in the body of the message

Re: port www/mozilla 1.2.1 disable anti-aliasing

2003-01-30 Thread Kuroishi Mitsuo
From: Joe Marcus Clarke [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: port www/mozilla 1.2.1 disable anti-aliasing Date: 30 Jan 2003 21:19:40 -0500 On Thu, 2003-01-30 at 21:14, Matthias Buelow wrote: Hi folks, sorry if this has been asked before but how does one disable anti-aliasing in the

Re: Ooops.

2003-01-30 Thread bastill
Quoting Grant Peel [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hi all, Two hard drives. da0s1 da1s1 da0 is primary boot and OS drive. da1 is a mirror drive. da1's filesystems are mounted on /mnt. Silly me runs a rm -rf * while in /mnt . Next thing I know EVERYTHING is gone. What did I miss here?

ssh ipfw

2003-01-30 Thread Pete C
any quick pointers for how to go about setting up ssh though ipfw on a gateway/router running nat to one of the internal machines ? (FreeBSD on both the router and internal machine) after a quick search of the available resourses (Google/BSD, mail archives, etc) I'm thinking it should be easier

natd limitations

2003-01-30 Thread mikel king
Just curious, I have a 4.7-stable firewall box that was running rather smoothly until earlier this morning when I attempted to relocate a web server behind it. This box already had nearly 10 static nats, and I needed to add another 50+. As soon as I did the thing stopped talking to the rest of

Re: Ooops.

2003-01-30 Thread Lowell Gilbert
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: rm will, unless specifically denied (I THINK you can do that), also follow symlinks. In my case I was copying files from one HD to another, put one in the wrong place, and deleted it using rm -rf , only to find that it deleted the original as well! :-( Eh? PS I

suggested reinstall of KDE when original was from CD-Rom

2003-01-30 Thread BSD Baby
In general I know how to reinstall an updated port, but what about if I installed KDE from the original FreeBSD 4.7 CD-Rom install at the same time as I was installing the OS? In this case, does make deinstall work? Or is there a better way? I want to install the new KDE 3.1 from ports in its

fouled up cvsup

2003-01-30 Thread David Bear
I thought I understood cvsup till I did it.. After running cvsup all my ports collection was deleted... accept ports I had already installed. I wanted to avoid installing ANY ports untill I had cvsuped the collection. How can I leave ports not yet installed, alone in the collection? advice

Re: fouled up cvsup

2003-01-30 Thread Lowell Gilbert
David Bear [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: advice please? ports-all That's your problem. As the sample file says, ### # # DANGER! WARNING! LOOK OUT! VORSICHT! # # If you add any of the ports or doc

Re: suggested reinstall of KDE when original was from CD-Rom

2003-01-30 Thread Lowell Gilbert
BSD Baby [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: In this case, does make deinstall work? Or is there a better way? pkg_delete(1) I want to install the new KDE 3.1 from ports in its place. Any advice appreciated. make deinstall will only work if the Makefile is for the same version that is installed. To

Re: port www/mozilla 1.2.1 disable anti-aliasing

2003-01-30 Thread Matthias Buelow
Kuroishi Mitsuo wrote: add in ~/.mozilla/default/*.slt/user.js user_pref(fonts.xft.enabled, false); thanks, I'll remember that. I've now rebuilt it without XFT support, as Joe wrote, and it works a lot better now. Although it doesn't anti-alias huge fonts anymore (I was under the

Re: port www/mozilla 1.2.1 disable anti-aliasing

2003-01-30 Thread Joe Marcus Clarke
On Thu, 2003-01-30 at 22:25, Matthias Buelow wrote: Kuroishi Mitsuo wrote: add in ~/.mozilla/default/*.slt/user.js user_pref(fonts.xft.enabled, false); thanks, I'll remember that. I've now rebuilt it without XFT support, as Joe wrote, and it works a lot better now. Although it

Re: Ooops.

2003-01-30 Thread bastill
Quoting Lowell Gilbert [EMAIL PROTECTED]: [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Can you explain what you think is a problem? Well - it's happened to two uf us in the past month! In both cases the operator was copying files from one drive to another and wished to delete files from the second drive on

Re: port www/mozilla 1.2.1 disable anti-aliasing

2003-01-30 Thread Matthias Buelow
Joe Marcus Clarke wrote: No, without Xft support, there was no anti-aliasing. I do have some example fontconfig configurations that selectively disable AA on certain font sizes. However, it sounded like you wished to revert Mozilla back to the way 1.1 was. Yes, that's what I wanted. Maybe I

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