Re: Changing font sizes in X

2003-06-11 Thread Joel Rees
... My problem seemed to be from my desire to have an 800 X 600 display which I can read, even without my glasses, instead of the 1280 X 1024 my monitor is capable of displaying. With the higher resolution display, I was able to launch an X server, and loaded up Gnome with enlightenment.

Re: Lynx

2003-06-11 Thread Adam
On Wed, 2003-06-11 at 01:36, Rick wrote: I'm running FreeBSD 4.8 and am experiencing a problem while running lynx. The error message I'm receiving is as follows: ./lynx: Permission denied While in /usr/ports/www Any help at all would be greatly appreciated You obviously have no clue

Re: very slow NIC

2003-06-11 Thread Greg 'groggy' Lehey
On Tuesday, 10 June 2003 at 18:10:19 -0600, TOPCAT CONSULTING wrote: I have an ethernet card that just doesn't seem to be performing well in both directions (in and out)when I access this NIC from another machine on the LAN, file transfer is extremely fast, but when I use this machine to

Re: Dynamic DNS (DDNS)

2003-06-11 Thread Murray Taylor
man 8 dhclient-script look for dhclient-exit-hook etc etc also http://www.geocrawler.com/archives/3/169/2000/12/50/4887962 has a very good discussion by Wes Peters on what you can do re ISPs, DHCP, firewalls etc etc I just found it myself for the same reason I am now using the concepts

Re: Dynamic DNS (DDNS) continued ..

2003-06-11 Thread Murray Taylor
(hate that mis-clicking action .. ) in the script you could easily set up a coupla lines to update a external dynamic dns server with your new ip number mjt On Wed, 2003-06-11 at 15:24, Jay Buhrt wrote: Hello. I am on Comcast CABLE and the DHCP lease is only 4 days to expire, all the time.

Re: CVS Update

2003-06-11 Thread Jonathan Chen
On Tue, Jun 10, 2003 at 08:46:16PM -0800, Joe Pokupec wrote: Thanks Lowell, Cvsup looks like the thing that I need. I followed the directions in the Handbook. I receive the following error: fileserver# cvsup -g -L2 /root/standard-supfile Parsing supfile /root/standard-supfile Release not

How to add full Korean language support to FreeBSD?

2003-06-11 Thread Rob Lahaye
Hi, First of all, I am not a (native) Korean speaker/reader! But I'm working in Korea. My problem is as follows: I want to change the OS on one of our very fast lab computers from Windows 98 to FreeBSD. My collegues (who know nothing about Unix/FreeBSD) allow me doing that, only if that PC

Xterm won't accept changes to .Xdefaults

2003-06-11 Thread Fredrik Carlén
Hello! I use KDE3.0 on FreeBSD 5.0-RELEASE. My xterm won't accept the changes I have made to ~/.Xdefaults, but my emacs sure does. I /have/ run $ xrdb ~/.Xdefaults, I even tried $ xrdb -merge ~/.Xdefaults even though I don't know what it does... Now for the idiot thing (me being the idiot,

Re: More on DDNS

2003-06-11 Thread Murray Taylor
An understanding of DHCP is in order.. With the dial up, the ip number would most likely be (a) dynamic - in that you would get a different one each time (b) static - in that it would not change for the duration of the session. On Cable though, the expectation of the ISP is that you may well stay

Re: CVS Update

2003-06-11 Thread Joe Pokupec
Jonathan, I've tried a few different variables (host=cvsup1.FreeBSD.org, 2, 3, 4...). I added the port-all tag=. and doc-all tag=. Just to see if this would help... Nada. Here's the latest version: *default host=cvsup17.FreeBSD.org *default base=/usr *default prefix=/usr *default release=cvs

Re: CVS Update

2003-06-11 Thread Jonathan Chen
On Tue, Jun 10, 2003 at 11:31:51PM -0800, Joe Pokupec wrote: Jonathan, I've tried a few different variables (host=cvsup1.FreeBSD.org, 2, 3, 4...). I added the port-all tag=. and doc-all tag=. Just to see if this would help... Nada. Here's the latest version: *default

Re: Booting using serial console

2003-06-11 Thread Uwe Doering
Gary Aitken wrote: Well, nothing like feeling like a blind person... I'm trying to boot / install 4.5 on a headless system. I've made the serial console boot floppies, but get no response when I try to use them. [...] boot.config looks like: /boot/loader -h I could be wrong, but isn't

Re: how to talk to the serial and parallel ports through a C

2003-06-11 Thread Bernard Dugas
Hi, I also did some programming on serial port to control pins with a c program under linux, but I didn't found any simple way to port it under freebsd. Any hint ? For instance, I need the equivalent of : inb(adr) outb(val,adr) iopl(n) ioperm(adr) from sys/io.h and stdio.h in linux. Best

Re: CVS Update

2003-06-11 Thread Joe Pokupec
Thanks Jonathan! I simply used your supfile and changed the host to cvsup16.FreeBSD.org (the other ones were busy) and: Establishing multiplexed-mode data connection Running Updating collection src-all/cvs Sweet! So what is I am updating now, the ports collection? Will this bring me up to 4.8

make buildworld failed

2003-06-11 Thread
Hi, All. I have a problem with make buildworld on various FreeBSD systems (4.1, 4.4, 4.7). On all systems I used CVSUP with next parameters: *default host=cvsup4.ru.FreeBSD.org *default base=/usr *default prefix=/usr *default release=cvs tag=RELENG_4 *default delete use-rel-suffix #*default

Re: Booting using serial console

2003-06-11 Thread Dirk-Willem van Gulik
On Tue, 10 Jun 2003, Gary Aitken wrote: I've made the serial console boot floppies, but get no response when I try to use them. Give that I use that quite a lot with 4.8 - I'd expect that it perhaps is something like COM1 not connected in the bios or on the motherboard ? Dw

Re: Changing font sizes in X

2003-06-11 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Tue, Jun 10, 2003 at 09:50:39PM -0700, Phil Gambrel wrote: My problem seemed to be from my desire to have an 800 X 600 display which I can read, even without my glasses, instead of the 1280 X 1024 my monitor is capable of displaying. With the higher resolution display, I was able to

Re: make buildworld failed

2003-06-11 Thread Andrey Simonenko
On Wed, 11 Jun 2003 08:32:59 + (UTC) in lucky.freebsd.questions, çÎÉÔÉ£× ÷ÉËÔÏÒ wrote: [-- text/plain, encoding 7bit, charset: koi8-r, 28 lines --] Hi, All. I have a problem with make buildworld on various FreeBSD systems (4.1, 4.4, 4.7). On all systems I used CVSUP with next

Re: Mozilla 1.3 port problem - general question about bug report

2003-06-11 Thread dick hoogendijk
On 11 Jun kusa wrote: I have a portudate problem on mozilla-1.3.1,2 after I updated my ports by cvs : I can't get it to recognize all the dependencies and it throws me this error after checking a bunch of things that are marked as ok After the portupgrade, did you do a # cd /usr/ports #

Re: make buildworld failed

2003-06-11 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Wed, Jun 11, 2003 at 12:32:27PM +0400, ??? ?? wrote: I have a problem with make buildworld on various FreeBSD systems (4.1, 4.4, 4.7). On all systems I used CVSUP with next parameters: *default host=cvsup4.ru.FreeBSD.org *default base=/usr *default prefix=/usr *default

gnitiev@nashe.ru

2003-06-11 Thread Supote Leelasupphakorn
Hello, I heard that RELENG_4 is not always able to compile correctly because it's source are updated so often. I recommend you, in production to cvsup only RELENG_4_7 or RELENG_4_8 or RELENG_4_X where X is minor version number. Cheer, __

Re: How is it possible to pass options to if filter foomatic-ripwithFreeBSD version of lpr/lpd?

2003-06-11 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hello mailing list participants, Does someone use foomatic-rip as if filter on FreeBSD machine and has found out how is it possible to pass options to foomatic-rip on lpr command line? I've been trying for months :) But it seems that stock LPD does not accept filter options. You want to

FreeBSD 5.0-p6 recently started crashing regularly (panic:kmem_malloc(4096): kmem_map too small:)

2003-06-11 Thread segr
Hi, I've been running a box 5.0-RELEASE system since january and have updated the patches to -p6. I just recently started having problems with the system crashing. It started this past saturday... The server has crashed at the following times: June 7 @ 5:29 June 9 @ 3:04 June 10 @ 3:07 June

Re: Changing to a PS/2 keyboard after install

2003-06-11 Thread Scott Mitchell
Hi Gary, On Tue, Jun 10, 2003 at 05:30:12PM -0700, Gary Schenk wrote: Actually, I haven't had to make any changes in UserConfig since changing it the first time. The edit is always there. [...snippage...] Here is dmesg after booting without UserConfig: Copyright (c) 1992-2002 The

Re: Dynamic DNS (DDNS)

2003-06-11 Thread joefat
Hi there Jay, On Wednesday, June 11, 2003, at 06:24 AM, Jay Buhrt wrote: Hello. I am on Comcast CABLE and the DHCP lease is only 4 days to expire, all the time. So my IP changes every four days. I was wondering in FreeBSD (FreeBSD4.8) how I can set up Dynamic DNS. I checked the online docs and I

Re: gnitiev@nashe.ru

2003-06-11 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Wed, Jun 11, 2003 at 10:13:14AM +0100, Supote Leelasupphakorn wrote: Hello, I heard that RELENG_4 is not always able to compile correctly because it's source are updated so often. I recommend you, in production to cvsup only RELENG_4_7 or RELENG_4_8 or RELENG_4_X where X is minor

FreeBSD PPPoE Problems

2003-06-11 Thread Yeah!
Hey All, I need some help on what I'm possibly doing wrong. My goal is to get 2 machines (possibly more) working with PPPoE. Machine number 1 is the FreeBSD 4.8 box that has been configured to be a gateway. This box has two NICs (rl0, and ed0). The rl0 NIC plugs in to the 5360 DSL Modem, the

Re: make buildworld failed

2003-06-11 Thread
On Wed, Jun 11, 2003 at 12:32:27PM +0400, ??? ?? wrote: I have a problem with make buildworld on various FreeBSD systems (4.1, 4.4, 4.7). On all systems I used CVSUP with next parameters: *default host=cvsup4.ru.FreeBSD.org *default base=/usr *default prefix=/usr

Re: Fetchmail error - Type Mismatch??

2003-06-11 Thread Florian Ponroy
On Wed, Jun 11, 2003 at 06:26:47AM -0400, Dragoncrest wrote: Hi all. I was cruising my mail logs today on one of my servers and noticed this error that had been recorded for one of my users. fetchmail[94074]: Server CommonName mismatch: localhost.localdomain !=

resolver problem

2003-06-11 Thread exec
It seems I have a problem with resolver. ifconfig -a shows: xl0: flags=8843UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST mtu 1500 options=3RXCSUM,TXCSUM inet 162.x.y.z netmask 0xff00 broadcast 162.x.y.255 inet6 fe80::250:4ff:fe0a:f6f0%xl0 prefixlen 64 scopeid 0x1

Re: mplayer

2003-06-11 Thread dick hoogendijk
On 10 Jun clayton rollins wrote: In addition you'll probably need to add: options USER_LDT to your kernel. (unless you're running current, or have done it already.) This was it! Pure and simple. Nothing else needed. Just portinstall mplayer installed player, fonts, codecs, gui, and

mplayer and subtitles..

2003-06-11 Thread Dick Hoogendijk
Under windows I normally use bsplayer which automatically loads the subtitles for a given movie. Mplayer does the same luckely, BUT.. Bsplayer shows the subtitles *very-neatly* _under_ the (widescreen) movie, without taking up space on the moviescreen itself.. This is a very nice property imho.

Re: how to talk to the serial and parallel ports through a C

2003-06-11 Thread Malcolm Kay
On Wed, 11 Jun 2003 08:15, Bernard Dugas wrote: Hi, I also did some programming on serial port to control pins with a c program under linux, but I didn't found any simple way to port it under freebsd. Any hint ? For instance, I need the equivalent of : inb(adr) outb(val,adr) iopl(n)

Re: CVS Update

2003-06-11 Thread Herbert
On Wed, Jun 11, 2003 at 12:19:50AM -0800, Joe Pokupec wrote: Thanks Jonathan! I simply used your supfile and changed the host to cvsup16.FreeBSD.org (the other ones were busy) and: Establishing multiplexed-mode data connection Running Updating collection src-all/cvs Sweet! So what is

RE: Newbie wirless install question

2003-06-11 Thread Scott Miller
Hi List, Adding ifconfig_wi0=DHCP to rc.config and then typing the following lines after boot did it: ifconfig wi0 wepkey 0x(the rest of my key) wep ON ifconfig wi0 down ifconfig wi0 up What file do I put these commands in, so I do not have to type them every time I boot? Scott ---Most

X doesn't work

2003-06-11 Thread Scott Miller
Hi List, Thanks again to everyone for helping with my wireless problem. Now, I installed FreeBSD and included X and Gnome 2 environment. I selected the lowest resolution (VGA) to see if it would work (I have had trouble getting X to work with some flavors of Linux on this machine). When I run

* FreeBSD AntiVirus Solutions *

2003-06-11 Thread info
Hi, As an IT company in Turkey, we are working on a project to offer FreeBSD at the Gateway ( with Firewall ) and on the servers, thus also looking for a proper AntiVirus solution for Gateway, Firewall, Server, MailServer protection and filtering. We have noticed that Kaspersky and Sophos are

Fork giving error

2003-06-11 Thread Sharma, Tarun
while running a program I found that fork was giving some error. Can anybody tell me why fork can give error and whats the solution for not getting this problem ? Tarun ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: adding script to the startup

2003-06-11 Thread Peter Elsner
put it in /usr/local/etc/rc.d/ Peter At 09:31 AM 6/11/2003 +0530, you wrote: how can I add my script to the startup programs is it /etc/rc file to edit or some other. thanx Anurag _ Design your own holidays. Make memories that

Re: X TrueType font spacing

2003-06-11 Thread Jesse D. Guardiani
parv wrote: in message [EMAIL PROTECTED], wrote Jesse D. Guardiani thusly... EVERY TIME, the WXP fonts will display fine in MOST KDE applications, but occassionally (like in Konqueror) the horizontal spacing will be all messed up. Basically, every line of text will look like this: T

newbie: webalizer V2.01-10 DNSChildren query

2003-06-11 Thread admin
OS: freeBSD 4.8 Stable How can I stop webazolver and webalizer asking for the DNSChildren when the -N switch is defined in the command line and the DNSChildren is defined in the webalizer.conf file? snip webazolver -N 20 -D /usr/local/etc/webalizer/dns_cache.db $i Webalizer V2.01-10

Re: mounting Win with spaces via samba in fstab

2003-06-11 Thread John DeStefano
I'm afraid you may be right, Matt. I found the following in man fstab 5: If a program needs the character special file name, the pro- gram must create it by appending a ``r'' after the last ``/'' in the spe- cial file name. ...but that didn't seem to help. The mount_smbfs command seems

Java support

2003-06-11 Thread Michael Vest
Dear FreeBSD, I am curently running FreeBSD 4.5. I am interested in doing Java development on FreeBSD. I have installed Java 1.1.8 via the /usr/ports mechanism. It works fine. However, when I try to make some of the later versions of Java (1.2, 1.3, and 1.4), I get errors during the make

Re: Java support

2003-06-11 Thread Juan AMIGUET
Regarding Java support Michael Vest Wrote on 11 Jun 2003, at 8:19: Dear FreeBSD, I am curently running FreeBSD 4.5. I am interested in doing Java development on FreeBSD. I have installed Java 1.1.8 via the /usr/ports mechanism. It works fine. However, when I try to make some of the

spamassassin port not reading local.cf?

2003-06-11 Thread Toomas Aas
Hello! I tried asking this on SpamAssassin list and didn't get it solved. Maybe it is something specific to the FreeBSD port of SA. I'm running Postfix 2.07, amavisd-new-20030314.p1 and SpamAssassin 2.53, all installed from ports. Everything works fine, except that SpamAssassin as running via

RE: Dynamic DNS (DDNS)

2003-06-11 Thread J. Seth Henry
Jay, I'm on Comcast in MD, and my DHCP lease is a bit longer - on the order of 3 months. Not sure if that is because I am a holdover of @Home or what. Just a note of caution, though. Comcast doesn't technically allow any kind of server. They will tolerate SMALL servers that don't generate a lot

Re: Java support

2003-06-11 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Wed, Jun 11, 2003 at 12:49:12PM -0300, Augusto Jun Devegili wrote: I'm using FreeBSD 5.1-RELEASE and managed to install JDK 1.4.1. However, I'm not being able to install the Java plugin for Mozilla. linux-sun-jdk1.4.1 comes with plugins for netscape (ns4, ns600 and ns610), but none of

kernel compilation error

2003-06-11 Thread Vaida Bogdan
Please cc this answer to me because I'm not in the mailling list. I'm using Freebsd 5.0-RELEASE. I sysinstall /usr/src/ sys,tools,usr.bin then I cvsup those. I try to compile the kernel (GENERIC) using: make buildkernel KERNCONF=BUGNERIC and I get the following errors: .c

Re: Fork giving error

2003-06-11 Thread Fernando Gleiser
On Wed, 11 Jun 2003, Sharma, Tarun wrote: while running a program I found that fork was giving some error. Can anybody tell me why fork can give error and whats the solution for not getting this problem ? If any syscall fails, you should look at errno(2) to see why it failed. In the fork

Unicode typing in freebsd?

2003-06-11 Thread Alexander Lesch
Hi, Friends I did not find an answer to my question, so I am writing directly to you! Is it possible to write unicode characters in freebsd shell and xwindows? Of course I can display them, but is there also a tool to write for instance vietnamese characters? Thanks for your help! Cu,

Re: mounting Win with spaces via samba in fstab

2003-06-11 Thread Matthew Emmerton
[top-posting corrected] Matthew Emmerton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm trying to mount a remote Windows directory, which happens to have a space in its name; mount -a returns the following error: fstab: /etc/fstab:14: Inappropriate file type or format I have tried both of the following

Re: Java support

2003-06-11 Thread Michael E. Mercer
On Wed, 2003-06-11 at 11:49, Augusto Jun Devegili wrote: Hi all, I'm using FreeBSD 5.1-RELEASE and managed to install JDK 1.4.1. However, I'm not being able to install the Java plugin for Mozilla. linux-sun-jdk1.4.1 comes with plugins for netscape (ns4, ns600 and ns610), but none of them

Re: Java support

2003-06-11 Thread Augusto Jun Devegili
Hhmm. Does this mean that, if I install a Mozilla binary compiled for Linux, plugins might work? Michael E. Mercer wrote: Keep in mind that any port with linux in the name is a linux binary and runs on FreeBSD under linux emulation. Therefore linux plugins will not run with native applications.

qt compile

2003-06-11 Thread Rohit
Hi, I cant get simple qt helloworld programs to compile. It complains about not being able to find qapplication.h and other header files which reside in /usr/X11R6/include on my FreeBSD 4.8 system. I have tried using the -I/usr/X11R6/include -L/usr/X11R6/lib flags when I complie with gcc or

Re: Java support

2003-06-11 Thread Michael E. Mercer
On Wed, 2003-06-11 at 13:24, Augusto Jun Devegili wrote: Hhmm. Does this mean that, if I install a Mozilla binary compiled for Linux, plugins might work? I would assume yes, but do not know for sure... MeM Michael E. Mercer wrote: Keep in mind that any port with linux in the name is a

network settings auto-config

2003-06-11 Thread John DeStefano
As Gary suggested below, I have commented out, clear as day, # enable dns in my /etc/ppp/ppp.conf file, but my network settings keep getting hosed each time I reboot! My domain keeps gettting erased from my /etc/resolv.conf, and my /var/log/messages is now being filled with series of messages

Vinum question

2003-06-11 Thread pkddeckard
I'm considering migrating a Linux server over to 4.8-RELEASE. The Linux server has a bootable software RAID set up, where there are three disks configured for a RAID-1 volume, two of which are currently active and one of which serves as a standby disk (to allow for two disk failures in close

5.1-RELEASE install giving me random errors

2003-06-11 Thread freebsd
I finally managed to get the first disc of 5.1-RELEASE downloaded and verified the md5 hash for it. I burned the image to a cd and rebooted. I then remembered that my computer for some unknown reason refuses to boot FreeBSD cds (doesn't matter which version, yet it has no problem booting my

Re: Anyone built apache13-modssl since June 04?

2003-06-11 Thread Bill Moran
For the archives ... I'm not sure what was wrong, but I completely reinstalled the machine with FreeBSD 4.8 and the port then built without issue. Not sure what I did to this test machine to cause it to act so, but I hope the production server doesn't have the same problem! Dirk Meyer wrote: Bill

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2003-06-11 Thread tom miller
i installed bsd 4.8 on a amd 266 with 256 meg orram and a 10 gig hdd mb mvp3c installation went smooth after i got everything configured i started workin on getting sound installed i added devicepcm to the config file and i started to recompile after 3 attempts i got error code 1 on

cvsup and co/ci

2003-06-11 Thread LuKreme
I grabbed the latest sources for freeBSD 5.1 using cvsup: # cat supfile *default host=cvsup.FreeBSD.org *default prefix=/usr *default base=/usr/local/etc/cvsup *default release=cvs delete use-rel-suffix compress ports-all tag=. src-all once this process completed, all the source files in the

/etc/motd

2003-06-11 Thread Rick
Hello Everyone, I'm running FreeBSD 4.8 and would like to remove the information given each time I login. I've cleared everything in the /etc/motd, but for some reason there's some sort of daily tip I'm given after login that isn't in the /etc/motd. Any help at all would be greatly

Re: centericq in an xterm

2003-06-11 Thread Adam
On Wed, 2003-06-11 at 14:10, Marco Beishuizen wrote: I installed CenterICQ under FreeBSD 4.8-RELEASE. My problem is that I can't use my keyboard when CenterICQ runs in an Xterm, pressing keys doesn't have any effect in CenterICQ. Does anyone recognize this problem? What should I do to make

System for generating C/C++ references?

2003-06-11 Thread Michal Pasternak
Hello, I am looking for some sort of software which would allow me to generate C/C++ (and preferably other languages, like Python or PHP) references for a given project. Suppose I am browsing FreeBSD kernel, notice, that a function uses ,,struct somestruct'' as it's parameter. I want to see, what

Re: X TrueType font spacing

2003-06-11 Thread J. Seth Henry
It isn't just an X problem, it's also a KDE problem. I ran into this recently, after installing some IBM netstations on my network. When I attempted to use anything other than the fixed fonts in Konsole, I would get this strange spacing and video corruption. On my system console, they work

Re: System for generating C/C++ references?

2003-06-11 Thread Kenneth Culver
cscope works well for C, don't know about the other ones. Ken On Wed, 11 Jun 2003, Michal Pasternak wrote: Hello, I am looking for some sort of software which would allow me to generate C/C++ (and preferably other languages, like Python or PHP) references for a given project. Suppose I am

Opening Closing Ports

2003-06-11 Thread Rick
I'm running FreeBSD 4.8 and wanted to know if there was anywhere other than /etc/inetd.conf and /usr/local/rc.d to open and close ports. Thanks Rick ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: Java support

2003-06-11 Thread Chuck Swiger
Augusto Jun Devegili wrote: Hhmm. Does this mean that, if I install a Mozilla binary compiled for Linux, plugins might work? Reportedly, yes. For instance, some people have claimed that running the Linux version of Mozilla and the Macromedia Flash plugin works well for them...so it's worth a

Re: centericq in an xterm

2003-06-11 Thread Adam
On Wed, 2003-06-11 at 15:16, Marco Beishuizen wrote: I tried Eterm and that seems to work, so I'm using that now. But it's strange that it doesn't work with Xterm. Oh, I didn't even realize you were using xterm. For some reason I read 'aterm'. Anyhow, xterm is crap (too outdated). aterm is a

Re: Dynamic DNS (DDNS)

2003-06-11 Thread Steve Bertrand
Hello. I am on Comcast CABLE and the DHCP lease is only 4 days to expire, all the time. So my IP changes every four days. I was wondering in FreeBSD (FreeBSD4.8) how I can set up Dynamic DNS. I checked the online docs and I could not find anything on DDNS, is it some rc.x file or a file in

Multiple IP in Jail Patch

2003-06-11 Thread Rus Foster
Hi, Has anyone got the URL of multiple IP's in jail patch? Googling isn't gehelping Thanks Rus -- www: http://www.65535.net | Hosting - Shell Accounts MSNM: [EMAIL PROTECTED] | Virtual Servers from just $15/mo e: [EMAIL PROTECTED] | Community: http://www.65535.org

Pkgdb corrupted : doesn't recognized installed ports

2003-06-11 Thread Viny
Hi As I was upgrading my ports, my system crashed (have to find out why, but this is another problem) and rebooted. I was using portupgrade and it seems to have messed up the port/pkg db because now, when I run pkgdb -F, it tells me about stale depencies like 'x11-toolkits/vte',

Re: System for generating C/C++ references?

2003-06-11 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Michal Pasternak [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I am looking for some sort of software which would allow me to generate C/C++ (and preferably other languages, like Python or PHP) references for a given project. Suppose I am browsing FreeBSD kernel, notice, that a function uses ,,struct

Re: RAID, Vinum and different disksizes

2003-06-11 Thread Mark Rowlands
On Tuesday 10 June 2003 2:02 am, Greg 'groggy' Lehey wrote: On Monday, 9 June 2003 at 17:10:37 +0200, freeBSD wrote: I have three 120GB disks and one 170GB disk. The first three is forming a raid-5 volume using Vinum and the last one is just fooling around without any purpose. I do

Re: CVS Update

2003-06-11 Thread Jonathan Chen
On Wed, Jun 11, 2003 at 12:19:50AM -0800, Joe Pokupec wrote: Thanks Jonathan! I simply used your supfile and changed the host to cvsup16.FreeBSD.org (the other ones were busy) and: Establishing multiplexed-mode data connection Running Updating collection src-all/cvs Sweet! So what is

Are there STABLE/CURRENT/RELEASE tags for ports?

2003-06-11 Thread Mark Miller
Hi, Are there any equivalents to STABLE/RELEASE/CURRENT for ports? I've been cvsup'ing with tag=. for awhile and I keep getting build errors (bug reports will be filed soon). Is there a way to just track -STABLE ports (maybe that only have bugfixes and security updates) that are more likely to

mplayer subtitle.ttf diff ?

2003-06-11 Thread Dick Hoogendijk
I don't get it. Running mplayer on Debian/GNU linux I get a subtitle fontsize that is quit pleasant for the eye, whilst under FreeBSD the (arial) font is much too large. It does not improve if I choose another scale factor. What can I do about this font being too large? I have the same TTF fonts

Re: Are there STABLE/CURRENT/RELEASE tags for ports?

2003-06-11 Thread Bill Moran
Mark Miller wrote: Hi, Are there any equivalents to STABLE/RELEASE/CURRENT for ports? I've been cvsup'ing with tag=. for awhile and I keep getting build errors (bug reports will be filed soon). Is there a way to just track -STABLE ports (maybe that only have bugfixes and security updates) that

Checking the clean bit of a filesystem

2003-06-11 Thread Justin Hopper
Hello, Does anyone know the easiest way, besides running fsck, to check the clean bit on a filesystem? I need to check if a filesystem is marked clean and I do not want to call fsck. If there is not a way through userland commands to check the clean bit, can someone point me in the general

Re: Xterm won't accept changes to .Xdefaults

2003-06-11 Thread parv
in message [EMAIL PROTECTED], wrote Fredrik Carlén thusly... I even tried $ xrdb -merge ~/.Xdefaults even though I don't know what it does... From xrdb(1)... -load This option indicates that the input should be loaded as the new value of the specified properties, replacing

Re: Checking the clean bit of a filesystem

2003-06-11 Thread Christian Laursen
Justin Hopper [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Does anyone know the easiest way, besides running fsck, to check the clean bit on a filesystem? I need to check if a filesystem is marked clean and I do not want to call fsck. If there is not a way through userland commands to check the clean bit, can

Re: X TrueType font spacing

2003-06-11 Thread Jesse D. Guardiani
J. Seth Henry wrote: [...] BTW - it occurs for all truetype fonts - not just the Microsoft TTF files. No sir. Not on my box. The Luxi TrueType font that came with X works fine. No problems whatsoever. Believe me, I've tried several. The BIGGER problem (at least for Konsole) is that there

Re: X TrueType font spacing

2003-06-11 Thread parv
in message [EMAIL PROTECTED], wrote Jesse D. Guardiani thusly... parv wrote: in message [EMAIL PROTECTED], wrote Jesse D. Guardiani thusly... EVERY TIME, the WXP fonts will display fine in MOST KDE applications, but occassionally (like in Konqueror) the horizontal spacing will be

Re: Soundcard problems [Was: No Subject]

2003-06-11 Thread Andreas Kohn
Hello, Am Wed, 2003-06-11 um 22.03 schrieb tom miller: i installed bsd 4.8 on a amd 266 with 256 meg orram and a 10 gig hdd mb mvp3c installation went smooth after i got everything configured i started workin on getting sound installed i added devicepcm to the config file and i

Re: qt compile

2003-06-11 Thread Andreas Kohn
Am Wed, 2003-06-11 um 12.25 schrieb Rohit: Hi, I cant get simple qt helloworld programs to compile. It complains about not being able to find qapplication.h and other header files which reside in /usr/X11R6/include on my FreeBSD 4.8 system. I have tried using the -I/usr/X11R6/include

Re: PPPoE (user ppp) no longer working

2003-06-11 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Wed, Jun 11, 2003 at 10:31:03PM +0800, Khairil Yusof wrote: Any help on this would be really appreciated.. I'm clueless right now as to what's wrong, and dialup is slow and unstable. You forgot to mention what version you're running. If it's 5.1-CURRENT, this has been reported by others on

Re: kernel compilation error

2003-06-11 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Wed, Jun 11, 2003 at 09:20:20AM -0700, Vaida Bogdan wrote: Please cc this answer to me because I'm not in the mailling list. I'm using Freebsd 5.0-RELEASE. I sysinstall /usr/src/ sys,tools,usr.bin then I cvsup those. I try to compile the kernel (GENERIC) using: make buildkernel

Re: Pkgdb corrupted : doesn't recognized installed ports

2003-06-11 Thread Viny
On Wed, Jun 11, 2003 at 05:43:22PM -0400 or thereabouts, Robert Huff may have written : make a copy of the db delete the db rebuild the db from scratch The last may take a while, depending on how fast your machine is, but it may save you a lot of grief. Then

Re: Pkgdb corrupted : doesn't recognized installed ports

2003-06-11 Thread Andreas Kohn
Am Thu, 2003-06-12 um 00.02 schrieb Viny: On Wed, Jun 11, 2003 at 05:43:22PM -0400 or thereabouts, Robert Huff may have written : make a copy of the db delete the db rebuild the db from scratch The last may take a while, depending on how fast your machine is, but it

Re: how to talk to the serial and parallel ports through a C

2003-06-11 Thread Guillaume
On 10 June 2003 18:45, Bernard Dugas wrote: Hi, I also did some programming on serial port to control pins with a c program under linux, but I didn't found any simple way to port it under freebsd. Any hint ? For instance, I need the equivalent of : inb(adr) outb(val,adr) iopl(n)

Re: Pkgdb corrupted : doesn't recognized installed ports

2003-06-11 Thread Viny
On Thu, Jun 12, 2003 at 12:32:22AM +0200 or thereabouts, Andreas Kohn may have written : Depending on the amount of missing ports, and the contents of lost+found, you might be able to move the missing files to their correct position. (I used a perl script to unconditionally do that, since

Re: Dynamic DNS (DDNS)

2003-06-11 Thread Murray Taylor
Looks good ... (just hoiked it out of ports with make configure as Im on a work machine and dont need it here) Reads well, great examples within the code ans well as in the support files. On Wed, 2003-06-11 at 17:47, Reed L. O'Brien wrote: ddclient is in the ports tree and has worked well for

Re: Changing font sizes in X

2003-06-11 Thread Warren Block
[please wrap your lines at 70 columns or so] On Tue, 10 Jun 2003, Phil Gambrel wrote: Actually it took me nearly a year to work up the courage to start again at the bottom of the learning curve. I must say, that installing FreeBSD is not a very user friendly activity. After 3 failed

Re: 4.8 to 5.0

2003-06-11 Thread Alex de Kruijff
On Sun, Jun 08, 2003 at 11:12:23AM +0200, Doron Shmaryahu wrote: Hi, I have been considering upgrading my machine from 4.8 – 5.0. Is it a easy buildworld or can anyone give me advice on any problems before upgrading. If i where you i would joing the current maillinglist and then wait

Re: qt compile

2003-06-11 Thread Rohit
Yes I do have QTDIR=/usr/X11R6 exported On Wednesday 11 June 2003 21:42, Andreas Kohn wrote: Am Wed, 2003-06-11 um 12.25 schrieb Rohit: Hi, I cant get simple qt helloworld programs to compile. It complains about not being able to find qapplication.h and other header files which reside

Re: network settings auto-config

2003-06-11 Thread Lowell Gilbert
John DeStefano [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Is there another file/setting that's being consulted somewhere at boot time? Gary mentioned it may be due to a smbd, netbios-ssn, or DCHP setting, but he's unfamiliar with those services. Add some overrides to the dhclient.conf(5) file to put in

fdimage.exe on win 2000

2003-06-11 Thread Steve
I'm on win 2000 using fdimage.exe from ftp.freebsd.org to make the kern.flp and mfsroot.flp images to install, but apparently 2000 dosent like fdimage.exe cause it throws an illegal operation, any ideas or suggestions? And no, I dont have any 95, 98, ME boxes. Steve

Re: fdimage.exe on win 2000

2003-06-11 Thread Matthew Emmerton
I'm on win 2000 using fdimage.exe from ftp.freebsd.org to make the kern.flp and mfsroot.flp images to install, but apparently 2000 dosent like fdimage.exe cause it throws an illegal operation, any ideas or suggestions? And no, I dont have any 95, 98, ME boxes. Use rawrite.exe (found in the

5.1 and nvidia drivers

2003-06-11 Thread brakje
hi! I have just installed 5.1 on my laptop and everything was going smooth. but when i was trying to install the nvidia drivers for my GF2 go i got stuck. They worked perfectly in 5.0, but now i get some errors while doing make setup. In 5.1, modules are put in /boot/modules/ instead of

Starting applications

2003-06-11 Thread Ken Thompson
I have FreeBSD 5.0 installed and working pretty good but being so new to it I find myself a bit lost. I used the portinstall webmin command and it looked for all the world like it grabbed the package, compiled it and installed it. Now I can't get it to start and can't seem to find any

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