Re: Two DNS servers with one IP address

2003-06-27 Thread Michael W. Oliver
+--- On Thursday, June 26, 2003 13:20, | Alfonso Romero proclaimed: | | Thanks for your reply. The reason I wanted to have two DNS servers is | because I want to register several domains and don´t want to depend on an | external DNS service, but I found out the two DNS servers required by |

Re: Two DNS servers with one IP address

2003-06-27 Thread Jez Hancock
On Thu, Jun 26, 2003 at 12:20:30PM -0500, Alfonso Romero wrote: Thanks for your reply. The reason I wanted to have two DNS servers is because I want to register several domains and don?t want to depend on an external DNS service, but I found out the two DNS servers required by Internic must be

Re: Online Content Management Tool - question

2003-06-27 Thread Jez Hancock
On Fri, Jun 27, 2003 at 07:06:45AM +0700, Roger Merritt wrote: Well, thanks for telling me. If I have time I'll take another look at it, but I was frankly daunted by their website. I got the impression that zope was primarily designed for weblogs and outside news feeds, and it seems to be

information regarding managed colocation and managed firewall,managed backup services

2003-06-27 Thread Sumit Barat
Sir, I being a student of management have been assigned with the reseach forMANAGED COLOCATION , MANAGED FIREWALLS ,MANAGED BACKUP software.as a leading organization your company have been dealing with this product,I would be highly oblige if u could give or assist by giving information

How do i uninstall Jdk1.3 or any jdk version fron freebsd .

2003-06-27 Thread Shrikant Mhatre
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Re: vmstat question

2003-06-27 Thread David Rio
On Thu, Jun 26, 2003 at 02:26:30PM -0400, Jason Lieurance wrote: Hello, I have FreeBSD 4.7 on a P3 933mhz, 18 GB U320 HD, Adaptec 29160 controller, and 512 MB DDR ram. When I ran vmstat -w 3 the b under processes shows a constant 10 forever. Is this a concern or is it nothing? Our system is

Re: kdm on bootup

2003-06-27 Thread Benjamin Walkenhorst
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Friday, 27. June 2003 05:40, Chris wrote: Hiya - What file might I modify to enable kdm to start on bootup? And what might that line look like. The file you have to change is /etc/ttys The corresponding entry in my /etc/ttys looks like

virus found in sent message Re: Application

2003-06-27 Thread System Anti-Virus Administrator
Attention: [EMAIL PROTECTED] A virus was found in an Email message you sent. This Email scanner intercepted it and stopped the entire message reaching its destination. The virus was reported to be: W32/[EMAIL PROTECTED] Please update your virus scanner or contact your IT support

virus found in sent message Re: Movie

2003-06-27 Thread System Anti-Virus Administrator
Attention: [EMAIL PROTECTED] A virus was found in an Email message you sent. This Email scanner intercepted it and stopped the entire message reaching its destination. The virus was reported to be: W32/[EMAIL PROTECTED] Please update your virus scanner or contact your IT support

Promise FastTrak TX2000 Raid card

2003-06-27 Thread Johan Paul
Hi all, I have this question about the FastTrak TX2000 and other RAID cards as well. I looked up from FreeBSD home page that the card i supported which is great. But I haven't used hardware RAID1 before and I was thinking if there are any specific things I have to keep in mind when installing

cvsup tag for 4.8-STABLE?

2003-06-27 Thread Christoph Kukulies
I wanted to cvsup src-all from 4.8-STABLE and tried with *default release=cvs tag=RELENG_4 Is this correct? The cvsup went fine but building the src tree resulted in errors. First I got some from some multiply defined typedef (first make world). Then I did a 'make includes' FWIW, and the

Re: freebsd + win98 in separate disks

2003-06-27 Thread Jud
On Fri, 27 Jun 2003 08:41:38 +0300, Ramunas M. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: hello, maybe someone had this problem and can help me. I installed freebsd 5.0 with boot manager in to ad1. ad1 is slave hdd. Ad0 is master hdd (with win98). When I rebooted freebsd, win98 booted, because of ad0 is a first

nano / nanorc

2003-06-27 Thread Sten Daniel Sørsdal
FreeBSD 4.8 Im trying to customize nanorc but i cant seem to either get the syntax activated or the colors to work (hard to tell). Does anyone know what the requirements are for using color? Oh, im doing this remotely via ssh using securecrt. Nano v 1.2.1 built from ports. - Sten

dual boot, java

2003-06-27 Thread Olivier DAVY
Olivier DAVY FreeBSD Fan ;) Hi, I am very fond of FreeBSD since I tried it on a single little hard drive (*1). However, I cannot delete my Linux for FreeBSD on my dual boot Pc (Win...ws + Linux) since I do not know the following things, t hat are essential for me to well manage my PC : 1.

Re: got load 1 but no CPU state is showing?

2003-06-27 Thread Stijn Hoop
On Mon, Jun 16, 2003 at 12:34:29PM -0500, Michael D Hughes wrote: What does systat -vm show? OK, it happened again, so I tried your suggestion. Guess what, it waits 5 seconds then prints this: The alternate system clock has died! Reverting to ``pigs'' display. I don't know what the 'alternate

Re: Slow machine - I need FreeBSD

2003-06-27 Thread Alex de Kruijff
On Fri, Jun 27, 2003 at 09:38:52AM +0400, Alex Zivenko wrote: Thank's very much, but where can i get FreeBSD ver.4.0 or later? You can download FreeBSD 4.7 and higher from the ftp site. (ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD and then ISO or something) There are archives held of the earlier version but i

Re: kdm on bootup

2003-06-27 Thread Chris
On Friday 27 June 2003 03:18 am, Benjamin Walkenhorst wrote: On Friday, 27. June 2003 05:40, Chris wrote: Hiya - What file might I modify to enable kdm to start on bootup? And what might that line look like. The file you have to change is /etc/ttys The corresponding entry in my

realtek 8139

2003-06-27 Thread Florin Betivoiu
Hello, I have FreeBSD 4.8 Release. At one time I pulled out the network cable and I got this message: rl0: reset never completed The system was doing something, not much, like pinging, I don't recall exactly. After that, at the first boot, in dmesg I found this: rl0: chip is is in D3 power

realtek 8139

2003-06-27 Thread Florin Betivoiu
Hello, I have FreeBSD 4.8 Release. At one time I pulled out the network cable and I got this message: rl0: reset never completed The system was doing something, not much, like pinging, I don't recall exactly. After that, at the first boot, in dmesg I found this: rl0: chip is is in D3 power

vmstat question

2003-06-27 Thread Jason Lieurance
Hello, I have FreeBSD 4.7 on a P3 933mhz, 18 GB U320 HD, Adaptec 29160 controller, and 512 MB DDR ram. When I ran vmstat -w 3 the b under processes shows a constant 10 forever and now today it's up to 12. Is this a concern or is it nothing? Our system is a DNS, web, and email server. Thanks. --

RE: libpcap install problem.

2003-06-27 Thread David Markle
Same error from /usr/sec/lib/libpcap ... # pwd /usr/src/lib/libpcap # make obj ; make ; make install cc -O -pipe -mcpu=pentiumpro -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -Dyylval=pcap_lval -I/usr/src/l ib/libpcap -I. -DINET6 -I/usr/src/lib/libpcap/../../contrib/libpcap -c

Re: dual boot, java

2003-06-27 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Fri, Jun 27, 2003 at 12:35:40PM +0200, Olivier DAVY wrote: However, I cannot delete my Linux for FreeBSD on my dual boot Pc (Win...ws + Linux) since I do not know the following things, t hat are essential for me to well manage my PC : 1. when installing FreeBSD on a partition on the same

Re: dual boot, java

2003-06-27 Thread Jud
On Fri, 27 Jun 2003 12:35:40 +0200, Olivier DAVY [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Olivier DAVY FreeBSD Fan ;) Hi, I am very fond of FreeBSD since I tried it on a single little hard drive (*1). However, I cannot delete my Linux for FreeBSD on my dual boot Pc (Win...ws + Linux) since I do not

Re: dual boot, java

2003-06-27 Thread Jud
On Fri, 27 Jun 2003 09:00:35 -0400, Jud [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: On Fri, 27 Jun 2003 12:35:40 +0200, Olivier DAVY [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: [snip] 3. Why there is only 2 CD-ROM for the 5.1 whereas there is 4 for the 4.X ? I don't have an answer, except to recommend that you stay with 4.x

Re: kdm on bootup

2003-06-27 Thread Daniel Bye
On Fri, Jun 27, 2003 at 06:58:45AM -0500, Chris wrote: On Friday 27 June 2003 03:18 am, Benjamin Walkenhorst wrote: On Friday, 27. June 2003 05:40, Chris wrote: Hiya - What file might I modify to enable kdm to start on bootup? And what might that line look like. The file you

Re: dual boot, java

2003-06-27 Thread Grzegorz Szczepanski
3. Why there is only 2 CD-ROM for the 5.1 whereas there is 4 for the 4.X ? There are no cdroms with precompiled packages for 5.1.. You must install everything from ports. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: kdm on bootup

2003-06-27 Thread Chris
Daniel Bye wrote: On Fri, Jun 27, 2003 at 06:58:45AM -0500, Chris wrote: On Friday 27 June 2003 03:18 am, Benjamin Walkenhorst wrote: On Friday, 27. June 2003 05:40, Chris wrote: Hiya - What file might I modify to enable kdm to start on bootup? And what might that line look like.

Re: NAT Dropping Internal Connection

2003-06-27 Thread Han Hwei Woo
Is there any reason you are running both ipfw + ipfilter? Although they probably should play nice together, it might be best not to tempt fate, especially when you're experiencing problems. Also, are you using ipnat or natd to perform NAT? - Original Message - From: Jeremy Bingham [EMAIL

Re: Mask IP:port with Domain Name

2003-06-27 Thread John DeStefano
Chuck Swiger wrote: There's no way to avoid the port number in the URL, then. Consider switching to a provider that lets you host local services... Does that then nullify your previous recommendations? Can you recommend any such providers? By hosting local services, do you mean DNS? Thanks.

Re: ifconfig

2003-06-27 Thread Han Hwei Woo
Are you including the alias as part of the directive, or as one of the parameters of the directive? i.e. are you doing: ifconfig_if0_alias0=inet ip netmask 0x or ifconfig_if0=inet ip netmask 0x alias? If you're using the second method, try using the first. If you're already using

Re: Difference between ipf/ipfw and ipnat/natd

2003-06-27 Thread Han Hwei Woo
- Original Message - From: Andreas Dahlén [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, June 26, 2003 6:03 AM Subject: Difference between ipf/ipfw and ipnat/natd Hello! I'm going to install FreeBSD 4.8 as a firewall/gateway for my homenetwork. I've seen that there are

Re: Web Server not allowing external visitors

2003-06-27 Thread Han Hwei Woo
This is because natd is being run before ppp is. Just disable natd in rc.conf, and run it from rc.local instead: /sbin/natd -n interface - Original Message - From: Gav... [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, June 26, 2003 8:04 AM Subject: Re: Web

Re: libpcap install problem.

2003-06-27 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Jun 27), David Markle said: Same error from /usr/sec/lib/libpcap ... # pwd /usr/src/lib/libpcap # make obj ; make ; make install cc -O -pipe -mcpu=pentiumpro -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -Dyylval=pcap_lval -I/usr/src/lib/libpcap -I. -DINET6

Re: Mask IP:port with Domain Name

2003-06-27 Thread Han Hwei Woo
I believe the ServerName directive in Apache is what you're looking for; it's what people's browser address field will show once they connect to your site. As far as your security concerns go, you can not run a website without exposing the IP address of the webserver machine, with or without

Re: Wireless nic

2003-06-27 Thread Han Hwei Woo
Check the hardware notes for the version of FreeBSD you plan to install. Most common wireless nic's out there should work. - Original Message - From: Josh Richesin [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, June 26, 2003 4:27 PM Subject: Wireless nic I am going to buy a

Re: kdm on bootup

2003-06-27 Thread Benjamin Walkenhorst
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Friday, 27. June 2003 15:15, Chris wrote: The corresponding entry in my /etc/ttys looks like this: ttyv8 /usr/X11R6/bin/xdm -nodaemon xterm off secure No - did you also change off to on? Tell your kernel to reread /etc/ttys (among

Re: Arcserve on FreeBSD

2003-06-27 Thread Toomas Aas
Hi! I am putting together a FreeBSD samba box and need to get the arcserve client agent loaded on this box but when I run the rpm command rpm -I uangent.rpm I get this output /bin/sh is needed by uagent-7.0-1 ld-linux.so.2 is needed by uagent-7.0-1

Re: Mask IP:port with Domain Name

2003-06-27 Thread John DeStefano
Han Hwei Woo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I believe the ServerName directive in Apache is what you're looking for; it's what people's browser address field will show once they connect to your site. Thanks, but as I mentioned when Chuck brought this up yesterday, my ServerName directive is set

crontab root not found

2003-06-27 Thread Timms, Simon
Hi, I seem to be having some trouble with cron. I edited my crontab file and added a line then ran #crontab /etc/crontab Now my email box is full of cron root not found. Nonsense, I said, I am root and I'm right here, I then tried waving my hands so the computer could find me more easily.

webmin

2003-06-27 Thread Arturo Sanmiguel
hi, i need to resolve this problem when i run webmin in freebsd show this error in boot local packages usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1 cannot open usr/lib/libpam.so.1 thanks for you support. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: Re-building sendmail

2003-06-27 Thread Jonathan Arnold
For an excellent fix for sendmail see: http://www.postfix.org/ I'm actually thinking of going this route. Is the migration that difficult? Any special gotchas for someone who has been using the default sendmail stuff in FreeBSD? -- Jonathan Arnold (mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]) Amazing

Re: crontab root not found

2003-06-27 Thread Jonathan Arnold
I seem to be having some trouble with cron. I edited my crontab file and added a line then ran #crontab /etc/crontab Now my email box is full of cron root not found. Nonsense, I said, I am I'd say you should post the new line you added to cron. Sounds like you have the formatting

Unix mail home to microsoft dbx format

2003-06-27 Thread Murat USTUNTAS
Hello all, I want to little question on converting unix mail home (May be Inbox file) to microsoft outlook program dbx file because , if our costumer has arrive our isp , we want to give their mail home in that format. Many Thanks. Murat Ustuntas ___

RE: crontab root not found

2003-06-27 Thread Timms, Simon
Sure thing, here is the file. But the line I added (right at the bottom) is commented out. BTW I am running 5.1 release. I also get operator not found when it tries to run the second entry. # /etc/crontab - root's crontab for FreeBSD # # $FreeBSD: src/etc/crontab,v 1.32 2002/11/22 16:13:39 tom

Re: Re-building sendmail

2003-06-27 Thread Bob Collins
At 11:16 AM 6/27/2003, Jonathan Arnold wrote: For an excellent fix for sendmail see: http://www.postfix.org/ I'm actually thinking of going this route. Is the migration that difficult? Any special gotchas for someone who has been using the default sendmail stuff in FreeBSD? -- Jonathan

Re: Online Content Management Tool - question

2003-06-27 Thread Kevin Scott
On Fri, Jun 27, 2003 at 07:06:45AM +0700, Roger Merritt wrote: Well, thanks for telling me. If I have time I'll take another look at it, but I was frankly daunted by their website. I got the impression that zope was primarily designed for weblogs and outside news feeds, and it seems to be

Re: crontab root not found

2003-06-27 Thread Jan Grant
On Fri, 27 Jun 2003, Timms, Simon wrote: Hi, I seem to be having some trouble with cron. I edited my crontab file and added a line then ran #crontab /etc/crontab Now my email box is full of cron root not found. Nonsense, I said, I am root and I'm right here, I then tried waving my hands

Re: NAT Dropping Internal Connection

2003-06-27 Thread Jeremy Bingham
On 27/06/03 10:43 -0300, Han Hwei Woo wrote: Is there any reason you are running both ipfw + ipfilter? Although they probably should play nice together, it might be best not to tempt fate, especially when you're experiencing problems. Also, are you using ipnat or natd to perform NAT? I tried

Re: Mask IP:port with Domain Name

2003-06-27 Thread Chuck Swiger
John DeStefano wrote: Chuck Swiger wrote: There's no way to avoid the port number in the URL, then. Consider switching to a provider that lets you host local services... Does that then nullify your previous recommendations? Nope. It just means that you can only get one of the two things you

Re: laptop install problem - usb cd drive

2003-06-27 Thread David Banning
On Thu, Jun 26, 2003 at 08:04:15PM -0400, William O'Higgins wrote: The Challenge: An old laptop, with no OS that can only boot from a floppy. I want to install FreeBSD. I have a USB CDROM, but I cannot make it bootable at the BIOS level. I have a network card (PCMCIA) but no knowledge

Re: kdm on bootup

2003-06-27 Thread Malcolm Kay
On Fri, 27 Jun 2003 21:28, Chris wrote: On Friday 27 June 2003 03:18 am, Benjamin Walkenhorst wrote: On Friday, 27. June 2003 05:40, Chris wrote: Hiya - What file might I modify to enable kdm to start on bootup? And what might that line look like. The file you have to change

CHECKSUM.MD5

2003-06-27 Thread dark matrix
What is the function of the CHECKSUM.MD5 file on your freebsd server in the directory of your ISO images and do I need to use it? _ MSN 8 helps eliminate e-mail viruses. Get 2 months FREE*. http://join.msn.com/?page=features/virus

Re: Two DNS servers with one IP address

2003-06-27 Thread Bill Campbell
On Fri, Jun 27, 2003 at 07:34:49AM +0100, Jez Hancock wrote: ... Can anyone confirm that it's no longer a requisite to provide 2 distinct DNS servers for a domain you register? I say no longer because as I understand it there was a time when 2 distinct nameservers were required... Not having

[drm] failed to load kernel module i830

2003-06-27 Thread Jacques Beigbeder
Hardware: Dell Optiplex GX260 FreeBSD: 5.1 XFree86 : XFree86 Version 4.3.0 (27 February 2003) build 24 May 2003 /var/log/messages indicates: kernel: agp0: Intel 82845G (845G GMCH) SVGA controller mem 0xff68-0xff6f,0xe800-0xefff irq 9 at device 2.0 on pci0 kernel:

Stand-a-lone NAT PGM

2003-06-27 Thread FBSD_User
I have been looking for NAT program which is not part of some other program like NATD is part of IPFW or IPNAT is part of IPFILTER or NAT of user ppp. I can not find any NAT program in the FBSD ports collection unless I mis-understood some description. If anybody knows of one please let me know.

problems with this questions list since mailman

2003-06-27 Thread FBSD_User
To the other members of this list. I have noticed a reduction in the number of emails to this list since mailman became the replacement. I used to get 150 to 200 email daily and now it's under 100. When I follow a subject I can see email in a more current response that I did not receive. Before

Re: Burning audio cd with burncd command

2003-06-27 Thread David Siebörger
At 12:03 AM on Friday 27 June 2003, David wrote: Hello, I'm using freebsd 5.0 Jan 2003 series I read the freebsd handbook on mp3 and making audio cd's. First I use the mpg123 command to convert the mp3's to wavs in 16 bit 44.1k stereo, then I use the sox utility to remove the headers that

Re: realtek 8139

2003-06-27 Thread Bill Campbell
On Fri, Jun 27, 2003 at 01:02:08PM +0100, Florin Betivoiu wrote: Hello, I have FreeBSD 4.8 Release. At one time I pulled out the network cable and I got this message: ... and it isn't. On the same sistem resides a windows which is not bothered by anything. What is wrong? What did I do? How

Re: Stand-a-lone NAT PGM

2003-06-27 Thread Kenneth Culver
I have been looking for NAT program which is not part of some other program like NATD is part of IPFW or IPNAT is part of IPFILTER or NAT of user ppp. I can not find any NAT program in the FBSD ports collection unless I mis-understood some description. If anybody knows of one please let me

Re: CHECKSUM.MD5

2003-06-27 Thread Bill Campbell
On Fri, Jun 27, 2003 at 05:27:41PM +, dark matrix wrote: What is the function of the CHECKSUM.MD5 file on your freebsd server in the directory of your ISO images and do I need to use it? This file lists the md5 hashes of the iso image files. It's there so you can verify the integrity of

Re: Movie

2003-06-27 Thread antivirus
Hi, The message you sent was too large to be received. It has been automatically deleted. If you wish to send me this file, you have to re-send the e-mail and include the text big in the subject of the e-mail. Sorry for this inconvenience but this is needed to filter out spam and e-mail

native jdk compilation

2003-06-27 Thread Alin-Adrian Anton
Hi, I am trying to compile native java support for freebsd. All checksums for files are okay, and after a long time of compiling, it stops with this error: /usr/ports/java/jdk14/work/hotspot/src/share/vm/prims/jni.h: In method `jboolean JNIEnv_::GetBooleanField(_jobject *, _jfieldID *)':

Re: CHECKSUM.MD5

2003-06-27 Thread Jerry McAllister
What is the function of the CHECKSUM.MD5 file on your freebsd server in the directory of your ISO images and do I need to use it? It is just an additional integrity check you can make after you ftp things to your machine. When the ISOs are made they run an md5 checksum on them and then

RE: answer me plz

2003-06-27 Thread Barbish3
Version 4.8 is the one for you. 5.0 5.1 are development versions and are for people who can debug the operating system. 4.8 is the stable production version. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of dark matrix Sent: Thursday, June 26, 2003 2:37 PM

Re: answer me plz

2003-06-27 Thread Thomas T. Veldhouse
Java will work better on 5.x then it will on 4.x. If it is just a home server, I wouldn't hesistate to give 5.1 a try first. Tom Veldhouse - Original Message - From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, June 27, 2003 1:48 PM Subject: RE: answer me plz Version 4.8 is

4.8, Tomcat and Java servelts

2003-06-27 Thread Johan Paul
Thomas T. Veldhouse wrote: Java will work better on 5.x then it will on 4.x. If it is just a home server, I wouldn't hesistate to give 5.1 a try first. A question regarding Java and 4.8. We are planning to setup a FreeBSD box that would for example run Java servelts on the Tomcat platform. I

Softupdates: df, du, sync and fsck [quite long]

2003-06-27 Thread John Ekins
Hello, I've a couple of questions about soft updates. I've Googled heavily on this but not really found a satisfactory answer. The story: I'm running on numerous FreeBSD 4.7 SMP machines as primary MX machines. The mail is not stored on the FreeBSD machines but on NetApps via NFS. However the

[FAQ pointer] crontab root not found

2003-06-27 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Timms, Simon [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I seem to be having some trouble with cron. I edited my crontab file and added a line then ran #crontab /etc/crontab Don't do that, then. Or, in the wording of the FreeBSD FAQ, Why do I keep getting messages like ``root: not found'' after editing

upgrading 5.0 - 5.1; make buildkernel failes

2003-06-27 Thread Maarten de Vries
Hi, I've been trying to upgrade my desktop pc, which ran 5.0-R without any problems for months, to 5.1-R. After a make clean, I cvsup the latest sources and then go 'make buildworld' and 'make installworld'. This doesn't give any problems, but then the 'make buildkernel' fails miserably: linking

Re: upgrading 5.0 - 5.1; make buildkernel failes

2003-06-27 Thread root
On Fri, Jun 27, 2003 at 11:37:03PM +0200 or thereabouts, Maarten de Vries wrote: Hi, I've been trying to upgrade my desktop pc, which ran 5.0-R without any problems for months, to 5.1-R. After a make clean, I cvsup the latest sources and then go 'make buildworld' and 'make installworld'.

routed 'forgets' it's path (or something)

2003-06-27 Thread freeBSD
I have run into a strange problem: Suddenly has my nic no routingtables so name lookups etc doesn't work. The only solution is to SU and kill routed and then start it again. Everything will then work for an hour or so and then I'm back on step one again. I have laborated with cvsup etc the

Variables Listings

2003-06-27 Thread Jon Reynolds
Is there a way to list what the variables on the system are with one simple command, such as $HOME, $PATH, $CVSROOT, $TMPDIR, etc, etc? Jon ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe,

Re: Mask IP:port with Domain Name

2003-06-27 Thread Han Hwei Woo
Sorry, I missed the original reply to this. What you can do is setup an extra redirect to the URL. i.e. have your redirection service point to a different URL (vhost) that still points to your machine. Since it seems you do not have a lot of flexibility with DNS, it would probably be easiest to

calcru error on FBSD 5.0

2003-06-27 Thread Murilo Woigt
Hi, I'm looking for an efective solution for the calcru error. I read many posts in many freebsd mail lists, but any solution solved the problem. I saw the problem listed on fbsd known problems ( http://www.freebsd.org/releases/5.0R/DP1/errata.html ) and it leaded me to this list.

Re: Variables Listings

2003-06-27 Thread Bill Campbell
On Fri, Jun 27, 2003 at 02:13:51PM -0800, Jon Reynolds wrote: Is there a way to list what the variables on the system are with one simple command, such as $HOME, $PATH, $CVSROOT, $TMPDIR, etc, etc? man env Bill -- INTERNET: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Bill Campbell; Celestial Software LLC UUCP:

fsck!

2003-06-27 Thread Brett Glass
Often, after a FreeBSD 4.x system has been powered down without a proper shutdown, the system complains of inconsistencies on the disk. Yet, if one runs the command fsck -f after it's rebooted, the fsck program doesn't fix the problems it finds; instead, it says NO WRITE at the beginning of

Re: fsck!

2003-06-27 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Jun 27), Brett Glass said: Often, after a FreeBSD 4.x system has been powered down without a proper shutdown, the system complains of inconsistencies on the disk. Yet, if one runs the command fsck -f after it's rebooted, the fsck program doesn't fix the problems it finds;

4-CD set

2003-06-27 Thread Robert Storey
I've noticed that the FreeBSD 4-CD set is now available for 5.1-RELEASE from FreeBSDmall.com for $40. I'm willing to order it and support the cause, but nowhere have I been able to find out just what is on the additional two CDs. Is it the ports collection, or source code, or something else? If

Re: 4-CD set

2003-06-27 Thread Chris
On Friday 27 June 2003 05:57 pm, Robert Storey wrote: I've noticed that the FreeBSD 4-CD set is now available for 5.1-RELEASE from FreeBSDmall.com for $40. I'm willing to order it and support the cause, but nowhere have I been able to find out just what is on the additional two CDs. Is it the

How to get best results from FreeBSD-questions

2003-06-27 Thread Greg Lehey
How to get the best results from FreeBSD questions. === Last update $Date: 2003/03/09 22:09:31 $ This is a regular posting to the FreeBSD questions mailing list. If you got it in answer to a message you sent, it means that the sender thinks that

The Complete FreeBSD, third edition: errata and addenda

2003-06-27 Thread Greg Lehey
Errata and addenda for the Complete FreeBSD, third edition Last revision: 2 August 1999 The trouble with books is that you can't update them the way you can a web page or any other online documentation. The result is that most leading edge

Xine quit on starting DivX

2003-06-27 Thread Zeo Smeijsters
Can somebody help me out or give me some hints ? Xine just quit after trying to start a DivX movie ? Worked before, I have only change add some web services like OpenWebMail and CUPS bktr2jpeg and some depending Liberals ! I have tired to deinstall/install all known packages suporting Xine and

Re: upgrading 5.0 - 5.1; make buildkernel failes

2003-06-27 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Fri, Jun 27, 2003 at 02:57:56PM -0700, root wrote: On Fri, Jun 27, 2003 at 11:37:03PM +0200 or thereabouts, Maarten de Vries wrote: Hi, I've been trying to upgrade my desktop pc, which ran 5.0-R without any problems for months, to 5.1-R. After a make clean, I cvsup the latest

Re: fsck!

2003-06-27 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Fri, Jun 27, 2003 at 04:55:45PM -0600, Brett Glass wrote: Often, after a FreeBSD 4.x system has been powered down without a proper shutdown, the system complains of inconsistencies on the disk. Yet, if one runs the command fsck -f after it's rebooted, the fsck program doesn't fix the

Re: 4-CD set

2003-06-27 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Fri, Jun 27, 2003 at 06:48:39PM -0500, Chris wrote: On Friday 27 June 2003 05:57 pm, Robert Storey wrote: I've noticed that the FreeBSD 4-CD set is now available for 5.1-RELEASE from FreeBSDmall.com for $40. I'm willing to order it and support the cause, but nowhere have I been able to

jexec broken?

2003-06-27 Thread jon
is jexec working in 5.1 release? #jls 1 192.168.1.100 example.com /usr/jail/192.168.1.100 #jexec 1 sendmail jexec: execv(): sendmail: No such file or directory ok i will try w/ full path #jexec 1 /usr/jail/192.168.1.100/usr/sbin/sendmail jexec: execv():

Re: jexec broken?

2003-06-27 Thread Joshua Oreman
On Fri, Jun 27, 2003 at 06:36:37PM -0700 or thereabouts, jon wrote: is jexec working in 5.1 release? #jls 1 192.168.1.100 example.com /usr/jail/192.168.1.100 #jexec 1 sendmail jexec: execv(): sendmail: No such file or directory ok i will try w/ full path #jexec 1

Re: fsck!

2003-06-27 Thread Brett Glass
At 06:43 PM 6/27/2003, Kris Kennaway wrote: You're supposed to boot into single-user mode to repair the filesystems before attempting to bring it up to multiuser state. Ah... but you're not there at the exact moment when the power comes back on. (Maybe it was just a flicker and there was no UPS,

Re: jexec broken?

2003-06-27 Thread jon
--- Joshua Oreman [EMAIL PROTECTED] Just grasping at straws here... Maybe jexec jail()s itself before execing the program. In that case, you would need: #jexec 1 /usr/sbin/sendmail See if it works! thanks that was it. seems counterintuitive, the first command seems as though it would work

Re: fsck!

2003-06-27 Thread Bill Moran
Brett Glass wrote: At 06:43 PM 6/27/2003, Kris Kennaway wrote: You're supposed to boot into single-user mode to repair the filesystems before attempting to bring it up to multiuser state. Ah... but you're not there at the exact moment when the power comes back on. (Maybe it was just a flicker and

Re: fsck!

2003-06-27 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Fri, Jun 27, 2003 at 07:55:28PM -0600, Brett Glass wrote: At 06:43 PM 6/27/2003, Kris Kennaway wrote: You're supposed to boot into single-user mode to repair the filesystems before attempting to bring it up to multiuser state. Ah... but you're not there at the exact moment when the

FreeBSD on Toshiba Satellite 2455

2003-06-27 Thread lmmattao
Hi, Has anyone successfully installed FreeBSD 5.1 Release on a Toshiba Satellite 2455-S305 Laptop? Are there any known problems with this Toshiba model? Thanks, Luciano ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Is it possible to downgrade from 5.0 to 4.8-stable using thecvsup-buildworld procedure?

2003-06-27 Thread freeBSD
I installed 5.0 when I first tried out freeBSD this spring, and after some months of testruns I'm still very impressed and will choose freeBSD as our *nix clone standardized OS. Unfortunately everywhere I look and read the recommendation is to go with 4.8 not 5.x, and especially would I like the

Re: Is it possible to downgrade from 5.0 to 4.8-stable using thecvsup-buildworld procedure?

2003-06-27 Thread Joshua Oreman
On Sat, Jun 28, 2003 at 04:57:04AM +0200 or thereabouts, freeBSD wrote: I installed 5.0 when I first tried out freeBSD this spring, and after some months of testruns I'm still very impressed and will choose freeBSD as our *nix clone standardized OS. Unfortunately everywhere I look and read

Is there such a thing as the famous How-To's in Linux for freeBSD?

2003-06-27 Thread freeBSD
I have finally got my dream solution on how-to automatically filter and sort my IMAP based mailbox using three different 3d party solutions. And I plan to contribute back by writing an easy-to-follow how-to. But before I start that work I want to know that there's somewhere to list it so that it

Solved! Was: Re: routed 'forgets' it's path (or something)

2003-06-27 Thread freeBSD
Odd, but the soo simple solution which however I can't explain was to do a: route add default 192.168.0.1 (192.168.0.1 is my gateway) If someone can explain how the system could work for a while after the route daemon was started and then suddenly forget all routing tables it would be great,

Re: Is there such a thing as the famous How-To's in Linux forfreeBSD?

2003-06-27 Thread Joshua Oreman
On Sat, Jun 28, 2003 at 05:14:46AM +0200 or thereabouts, freeBSD wrote: I have finally got my dream solution on how-to automatically filter and sort my IMAP based mailbox using three different 3d party solutions. And I plan to contribute back by writing an easy-to-follow how-to. But before

Re: Shell Provider - DDoS Attacks - IPFW Ratelimiting

2003-06-27 Thread Jez Hancock
Hi, Regarding your main question I'm afraid I can't really help - although what the other person said about not being able to do a whole lot about it I think is generally the case unfortunately. I run a number of eggdrop bots on my home network (about 20 full time bots in all, around 100 shell

Re: Is there such a thing as the famous How-To's in Linux forfreeBSD?

2003-06-27 Thread Jez Hancock
On Sat, Jun 28, 2003 at 05:14:46AM +0200, freeBSD wrote: And I plan to contribute back by writing an easy-to-follow how-to. But before I start that work I want to know that there's somewhere to list it so that it gets most impact. Check on the freebsd site, particularly the fdp project

Re: Softupdates: df, du, sync and fsck [quite long]

2003-06-27 Thread Bill Moran
John Ekins wrote: Hello, I've a couple of questions about soft updates. I've Googled heavily on this but not really found a satisfactory answer. The story: I'm running on numerous FreeBSD 4.7 SMP machines as primary MX machines. The mail is not stored on the FreeBSD machines but on NetApps via

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