How to remove a vinum volume?

2003-09-07 Thread Samuel Chow
Hi there, I have the following vinum volume that I want to remove. The disks will be reassigned to other machines. vinum - l -r dataVol V dataVol State: up Plexes: 1 Size: 65 GB P dataVol.p0 C State: up Subdisks: 2 Size: 65 GB S dataVol.p0.s0

The FreeBSD Diary: 2003-08-17 - 2003-09-06

2003-09-07 Thread Dan Langille
The FreeBSD Diary contains a large number of practical examples and how-to guides. This message is posted weekly to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with the aim of letting people know what's available on the website. Before you post a question here it might be a good idea to first search the mailing list

Re: Images of FreeBSD

2003-09-07 Thread Khairil Yusof
On Sun, 2003-09-07 at 09:53, Virgil wrote: I would like to know if their is any way I can find any images of what the desktop looks like in BSD, I have searched extensively for days and tried numerous ways to contact others and can't find absolutely no information about BSD, I would like to

Re: NVTV and BSD.

2003-09-07 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Sunday 07 September 2003 16:54, Dragoncrest wrote: Is it in the ports by any chance or do I have to build it from the source available via the sourceforge page? I just grabed the Linux binary and I run it under Linux emulation. It is

Re: Images of FreeBSD

2003-09-07 Thread James Leone
Kent Stewart wrote: Since most of the desktops on Linux are also available on FreeBSD, you can see what they look like. I can also confirm that KDE 3.1 installs very nicely in FreeBSD 5.1-Current. The trick is setting up your xconfiguration, setting up kdm so you will have a graphical login

Re: kernel compile

2003-09-07 Thread Timur
Finally, I have removed umass scsi usb device, my kernel has been compiled successfully, sound card statred to work! Strange thing, why 'kldload snd_pcm' did not work with GENERIC kernel? Well, now I can happily watch movies with mplayer! :) The only thing I miss now - icq client. Under windows

samba+ldap

2003-09-07 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hi ! Is there anyone using samba+ldap as a PDC for a Windows domain ? I'm looking for help: I'm trying to sync WIndows and Unix passwords using ldapchpasswd or ldapsync.pl (in the Samba contrib section), but it just does not work. I'm looking for

compiling linux application

2003-09-07 Thread mess-mate
Hi, can't compile a little linux application; doesn't find the #include linux/isdn.h and all about that linux include :( Is there anything I didn't install ? Thanks for the help. This is a part of the imonc.c file : #include errno.h #include stdio.h #ifdef FLI4L

Re: compiling linux application

2003-09-07 Thread Jonathan Chen
On Sun, Sep 07, 2003 at 10:33:33AM +0200, mess-mate wrote: Hi, can't compile a little linux application; doesn't find the #include linux/isdn.h and all about that linux include :( FreeBSD != Linux. You need to find out know what linux/isdn.h is for and replace it with the FreeBSD equivalent.

Re: USB code doesn't permit bidirectional comunication with printers

2003-09-07 Thread Mark Terribile
Riccardo writes: I have an USB printer (Epson C40ux), and it works like a charm but currently I'm unable to ask ink level or align the head or obtaining any other info using escputil Does the C40ux have a parallel port? I have my Stylus C82 connected on both the parallel and USB ports. I

vinum: no drives found partitiontype=vinum ?

2003-09-07 Thread Simon Strandgaard
one question; Why does vinum not start at system startup ? At the bottom of my rc.conf file, I have added: start_vinum=YES When I reboot the system, all I see in dmesg is: vinum: no drives found I can start it manualy: server# vinum create config1 2 drives: D a State: up

Re:

2003-09-07 Thread Guilmot Mike
On Sunday 07 September 2003 06:59, wang bin wrote: I download 5.1 ISO freebsd from a ftp, and I use UltraISO extract it to d:\freebsd ..My computer is parted two primary partitions C: D:. On D: ,there is few files , I want to install freebsd on d:.how can i do .I can not use floppy to

Re: mplayer one last time :(

2003-09-07 Thread Simon Barner
I got it running in Linux all I need to is to compile the following: openquicktime-1.0-src.tar win32codecs.tar MPlayer-0.91.tar.bz2 mplayerplug-in-0.80.tar.gz mini.tar.bz2 Blue-1.0.tar qt6dlls.tar.bz2 Those too are the same files that freebsd looks for, but all I get is a white

Re: mplayer one last time :(

2003-09-07 Thread Simon Barner
Sorry for all those spelling errors (in the non-quoted part of my mail). Here is an error that needs to be corrected: #!/bin/sh http_proxy=http://your.proxy:1234 export http_proxy /usr/local/bin/mplayer.bin The wrapper script should look like this: #!/bin/sh

Re: I2O support in FreeBSD

2003-09-07 Thread Harald Schmalzbauer
On Sunday 07 September 2003 04:27, Kip Macy wrote: Does FreeBSD have anything comparable to Linux's I2O support? My impression is that it is dealt with on a driver by driver basis and there isn't an API per se'. I don't know Linux's I2O support but if it is something SMBus related you can

Spoofing, defense?

2003-09-07 Thread Alex Zivenko
Everybody know what is spoofing. How can I protect my server from it? It's a router to the internet, but some of my friends spoof the address and go thrue the router. Firewall can't protect. Any suggestions? ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: routing problems (experience needed)

2003-09-07 Thread Harald Schmalzbauer
On Saturday 06 September 2003 12:19, Peter Ulrich Kruppa wrote: Hi, I am trying to substitute our school's old Win NT4 Server by a SAMBA/FreeBSD. The SAMBA PDC itself works like a charm, but without the NT machine it can't be located from the different subnets - and so is quite useless.

Re: Spoofing, defense?

2003-09-07 Thread Guilmot Mike
Alex Zivenko wrote: Everybody know what is spoofing. How can I protect my server from it? It's a router to the internet, but some of my friends spoof the address and go thrue the router. Firewall can't protect. Any suggestions? Follow an ipf howto/tutorial. There are MANY of them around.

RE: I need to control a bunch of files.

2003-09-07 Thread Yonatan Bokovza
-Original Message- From: Mark Terribile [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, September 05, 2003 21:33 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: I need to control a bunch of files. Vitali Malicky writes I need to control a bunch of files. As soon as any of these files changes

linux_base

2003-09-07 Thread Scott Ballantyne
I find I can't install linux_base or linux_base-8 without running as single user. This is quite odd, since I haven't had this problem previously. If I'm running multi-user (as toor), the build stops when installing glibc. In linux_base, there's actually a coredump, in linux_base-8, it just

Random crash and/or reboots

2003-09-07 Thread Jack L. Stone
Mail server: 4.8-RELEASE-p3 A while back, on a couple of occasions, I posted a query about some bad behavior on my mail server. For the past several months, it has been either crashing/reboot or just rebooting. It's ALWAYS triggered by a SSH login, but at random and ONLY at the su to root --

Does Wine work on FreeBSD 5.1?

2003-09-07 Thread Dan Strick
Does Wine work on FreeBSD 5.1? I always get an error like this when it starts up: % wine98 sol err:ntdll:RtlpWaitForCriticalSection section 0x5c0ebb00 ../../scheduler/syslevel.c: Win16Mutex wait timed out in thread 000a, blocked by 0009, retrying (60 sec) (The error message is a single line of

Re: I2O support in FreeBSD

2003-09-07 Thread Andrea Venturoli
** Reply to note from Harald Schmalzbauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sun, 7 Sep 2003 14:57:38 +0200 Does FreeBSD have anything comparable to Linux's I2O support? My impression is that it is dealt with on a driver by driver basis and there isn't an API per se'. I don't know Linux's I2O

Re: Does Wine work on FreeBSD 5.1?

2003-09-07 Thread Adam McLaurin
On Sun, 2003-09-07 at 12:04, Dan Strick wrote: Does Wine work on FreeBSD 5.1? I always get an error like this when it starts up: % wine98 sol err:ntdll:RtlpWaitForCriticalSection section 0x5c0ebb00 ../../scheduler/syslevel.c: Win16Mutex wait timed out in thread 000a, blocked by 0009,

HP2000C foomatic+hpijs output problems

2003-09-07 Thread gte990t
Hi all, I'm having some odd output problems with my HP2000C using the cups/foomatic+hpijs drivers. The printer will print, but the output is always distorted--it's magnified several times larger than it should be and stretched horizontally. The same printer works fine using the standard

Bootable CD Problems

2003-09-07 Thread MacMan20001
Hello. I'm trying to build a bootable BSD 4.8 CD. Nothing fancy, just a shell and maybe a few utilities, but I have a specific problem. Whenever I boot from the CD, the computer asks for the root filesystem. I point it toward the CD (cd9660:acd0), but it hangs on Mounting root from

Re: Random crash and/or reboots

2003-09-07 Thread Chuck Swiger
Jack L. Stone wrote: A while back, on a couple of occasions, I posted a query about some bad behavior on my mail server. For the past several months, it has been either crashing/reboot or just rebooting. It's ALWAYS triggered by a SSH login, but at random and ONLY at the su to root -- usually the

[newbie] 4.8-STABLE became unreachable

2003-09-07 Thread admin
well my machine just became unreachable and trying to figure out what to do about it. Its the first time in my history of using freeBSD to experience this. we have kernel firewall enabled and running portsentry as well. we power cycled to clear the situation as we could not log in via the

Re: Use of Outlook Express with sendmail with SASL and TLS

2003-09-07 Thread Chuck Swiger
Doug Hardie wrote: [ ... ] However, I can't seem to figure out how to configure OE to use SSL. You would do better to ask this question on a Microsoft list; it has nothing to do with FreeBSD. That being said, sufficiently recent versions of Outlook Express will have an Advanced tab in the

Re: Spoofing, defense?

2003-09-07 Thread Mike Maltese
A complete list of valid address ranges can be found at http://www.iana.org/assignments/ipv4-address-space. Alex Zivenko wrote: Everybody know what is spoofing. How can I protect my server from it? It's a router to the internet, but some of my friends spoof the address and go thrue the

OpenOffice 1.1rc3-Linux on FreeBSD 4.6.2 installation problems

2003-09-07 Thread David Gerard
We just downloaded and installed the Linux binary of OOo 1.1rc3 on my wife's FreeBSD 4.8 box with no problems. My 4.6.2 box, however, doesn't want to play. I untar the install files into a directory in my home directory, run ./setup and it puts up an unpacking window (box opening and progress

Re: Random crash and/or reboots

2003-09-07 Thread Jack L. Stone
At 02:00 PM 9.7.2003 -0400, Chuck Swiger wrote: Jack L. Stone wrote: A while back, on a couple of occasions, I posted a query about some bad behavior on my mail server. For the past several months, it has been either crashing/reboot or just rebooting. It's ALWAYS triggered by a SSH login, but

Re: Bootable CD Problems

2003-09-07 Thread Dan Harrison
Hello Dan, you are the fourth person except me, who has this problem and wrote it to the list. FreeBSD is still doing nothing with it - is it such big problem to solve it ? There is no useful advice yet, what can we do - nobody knows ? Peter Rosa If you're saying it's a bug in the system that a

Re: Random crash and/or reboots

2003-09-07 Thread Jack L. Stone
At 02:00 PM 9.7.2003 -0400, Chuck Swiger wrote: Jack L. Stone wrote: A while back, on a couple of occasions, I posted a query about some bad behavior on my mail server. For the past several months, it has been either crashing/reboot or just rebooting. It's ALWAYS triggered by a SSH login, but

RE: Spoofing, defense?

2003-09-07 Thread fbsd_user
I have not read anything about using this #RFC 1918 private IP in IPFILTER rule set. Is this a valid phrase? -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Guilmot Mike Sent: Sunday, September 07, 2003 9:24 AM To: Alex Zivenko; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject:

Re: Spoofing, defense?

2003-09-07 Thread Guilmot Mike
On Sunday 07 September 2003 21:45, fbsd_user wrote: I have not read anything about using this #RFC 1918 private IP in IPFILTER rule set. Is this a valid phrase? That was comment I added ... Everything after the # is comment :-) Kind regards, Guilmot Mike

Binding MAC to IP Statically

2003-09-07 Thread Colin Watson
Any way to bind a MAC address statically to an IP?. I wish to do this to prevent a user from changing his IP address on the subnet, so if he does he can't pass traffic. I have experimented with ipfw, but I can't quite see how I could accomplish the binding of a IP statically to a nic's MAC. Any

Re: Random crash and/or reboots

2003-09-07 Thread Chuck Swiger
Jack L. Stone wrote: [ ... ] Except, I doubt if those 2 nighttime reboots had the same problemthat's why I said always triggered by login to root forget the 2 unrelated ones. How many unexplained crashes do you think your system should have? :-) Seriously, if you're running a release

Re: OpenOffice 1.1rc3-Linux on FreeBSD 4.6.2 installation problems

2003-09-07 Thread T Kellers
On Sunday 07 September 2003 03:41 pm, David Gerard wrote: We just downloaded and installed the Linux binary of OOo 1.1rc3 on my wife's FreeBSD 4.8 box with no problems. My 4.6.2 box, however, doesn't want to play. I untar the install files into a directory in my home directory, run ./setup

Re: OpenOffice 1.1rc3-Linux on FreeBSD 4.6.2 installation problems

2003-09-07 Thread David Gerard
On 09/07/03 20:50, T Kellers wrote: On Sunday 07 September 2003 03:41 pm, David Gerard wrote: We just downloaded and installed the Linux binary of OOo 1.1rc3 on my wife's FreeBSD 4.8 box with no problems. My 4.6.2 box, however, doesn't want to play. The thing is, this is the *exact* same

GDM Greeter cores on FreeBSD

2003-09-07 Thread Kees Jan Koster
Dear All, I use the Gnome GDM2 greeter in graphical mode, but recent versions of it dump core (signal 6). This happens on both machines that I use it on. One is a desktop and the other is a laptop, so I dounbt it is a hardware issue. My OS is FreeBSD-stable, cvsupped as of this week. I use

Opera print issues

2003-09-07 Thread Kees Jan Koster
Dear All, Opera won't print a site that I use regularly. I would like to know if this is a local issue, or something that the Opera folks should know about. To reproduce: * start Opera * browse to http://www.routenet.nl * in the ik wil naar box marked plaats enter Amsterdam * in the ik

Recording with my sound card...

2003-09-07 Thread Kees Jan Koster
Dear All, FreeBSD detects my sound card properly, but does not record from it. Playing works. From dmesg: pcm0: VIA VT8233 (pre) port 0xe400-0xe4ff irq 11 at device 17.5 on pci0 pcm0: Avance Logic ALC200 AC97 Codec isa0: too many memory ranges Is that isa0 message something I should worry

wardriving question

2003-09-07 Thread Jeremy R Brinkley
I'm looking to do some wardriving. I have a cisco aironet 350 pcmcia card and was wondering if I can capture raw packets in ethereal or ettercap. I'm also looking for a good netstumbler type program that will work with this card. I haven't found any decent ones. I'm considering buying an 802.11g

Re: GDM Greeter cores on FreeBSD

2003-09-07 Thread Joe Marcus Clarke
On Sun, 7 Sep 2003, Kees Jan Koster wrote: Dear All, I use the Gnome GDM2 greeter in graphical mode, but recent versions of it dump core (signal 6). This happens on both machines that I use it on. One is a desktop and the other is a laptop, so I dounbt it is a hardware issue. My OS is

Re: GDM Greeter cores on FreeBSD

2003-09-07 Thread Glenn Johnson
On Sun, Sep 07, 2003 at 11:18:20PM +0200, Kees Jan Koster wrote: Dear All, I use the Gnome GDM2 greeter in graphical mode, but recent versions of it dump core (signal 6). This happens on both machines that I use it on. One is a desktop and the other is a laptop, so I dounbt it is a

Soundblaster Live! on FreeBSD 4.8?

2003-09-07 Thread fireal
Hi everyone, I am trying to find out how to get sound configured on my machine with FreeBSD 4.8 (or even 5.1) for that matter. I have a Creative Soundblaster Live! card. I added sound to the kernel, rebooted, and made the device(for 4.8). I can see the card in dmesg, and even get a volume

Re: Binding MAC to IP Statically

2003-09-07 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Chuck Swiger [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Colin Watson wrote: [ ...rewrapped to 80-columns... ] Any way to bind a MAC address statically to an IP?. I wish to do this to prevent a user from changing his IP address on the subnet, so if he does he can't pass traffic. I have experimented with

Re: GDM Greeter cores on FreeBSD

2003-09-07 Thread Alexander Nedotsukov
Kees Jan Koster wrote: Dear All, I use the Gnome GDM2 greeter in graphical mode, but recent versions of it dump core (signal 6). This happens on both machines that I use it on. One is a desktop and the other is a laptop, so I dounbt it is a hardware issue. My OS is FreeBSD-stable, cvsupped as of

Re: Random crash and/or reboots

2003-09-07 Thread Jack L. Stone
At 04:02 PM 9.7.2003 -0400, Chuck Swiger wrote: Jack L. Stone wrote: [ ... ] Yes, I read that you've swapped most of the hardware out without result; can you set up a second machine running the same software and configuration and see whether it crashes in a similar fashion (or at all)? As I

Re: Soundblaster Live! on FreeBSD 4.8?

2003-09-07 Thread Kent Stewart
On Sunday 07 September 2003 01:19 pm, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi everyone, I am trying to find out how to get sound configured on my machine with FreeBSD 4.8 (or even 5.1) for that matter. I have a Creative Soundblaster Live! card. I added sound to the kernel, rebooted, and made the

Re: Kernel Panic

2003-09-07 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Greg Grotyohann [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Greg Grotyohann [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I'm trying to install FreeBSD on a NEC Versa LX (PII 366Mhz, 256MB) laptop. No matter which option I select at the Welcome to FreeBSD prompt, I get a kernel panic. Anyone have any ideas? Which FreeBSD

RE: Soundblaster Live! on FreeBSD 4.8?

2003-09-07 Thread fireal
Yes, I did add pcm to the kernel config, and I did make the device after installing and rebooting to the new kernel. Like I said, I can see the card in dmesg, and kde even opens the volume control on the taskbar, but I can get no sound. My understanding is that SBLive cards are not supported,

RE: Soundblaster Live! on FreeBSD 4.8?

2003-09-07 Thread Adam McLaurin
On Sun, 2003-09-07 at 19:20, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: My understanding is that SBLive cards are not supported, and if you get one to work you're lucky. Is this correct, or should they work with no problem? Is there anything I can try, or are there any resources to check? This is incorrect.

Question on downloading and installing freeBSD4.8

2003-09-07 Thread Satish Kumar
Hello, I am trying to download and install freeBSD4.8 as per instructions in the freeBSD handbook section 2.13.4 (Installing from an MS-DOSĀ® Partition). When I go to the following site: ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/releases/i386/4.8-RELEASE/4.8-RELEASE/ I see a number of files in the bin

Re: how to check which COM port modem is connected to?

2003-09-07 Thread Tadimeti Keshav
Thanks Alex, I know that already. But I completely removed windows 98 from my machine, but forgot to take note of which port the modem is connected to. I included COM3,COM4 in my custom kernel. Thanks in advance... --- Alex Zivenko [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You must know it. In windows name of

Making a certain cron job

2003-09-07 Thread Jason Lieurance
Hello, We use cronolog to rotate our apache log files so are log files look like so: 2003-09-07-error_log Now, I want to make a cron job to mail the log to our webmaster every day but I having terrible visualizing how to do it. If I do 'cat /var/log/http/2003-09-* | mail -s log [EMAIL

Re: Making a certain cron job

2003-09-07 Thread David Fleck
On Sun, 7 Sep 2003, Jason Lieurance wrote: Hello, We use cronolog to rotate our apache log files so are log files look like so: 2003-09-07-error_log Now, I want to make a cron job to mail the log to our webmaster every day but I having terrible visualizing how to do it. If I do 'cat

Re: Making a certain cron job

2003-09-07 Thread Jason Lieurance
Hello, Thank you for the response. Does the date part (Date=`date +%Y-%m-%d`) go as part of the cron job? Thanks again. -- Jason David Fleck said: On Sun, 7 Sep 2003, Jason Lieurance wrote: Hello, We use cronolog to rotate our apache log files so are log files look like so:

Re: Making a certain cron job

2003-09-07 Thread Kevin Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P.
David Fleck said: Date=`date +%Y-%m-%d` cat /var/log/http/${Date}-error_log | mail -s log [EMAIL PROTECTED] From: Jason Lieurance [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, September 07, 2003 9:44 PM Subject: Re: Making a certain cron job Hello,

Re: Making a certain cron job

2003-09-07 Thread David Fleck
On Sun, 7 Sep 2003, Jason Lieurance wrote: Thank you for the response. Does the date part (Date=`date +%Y-%m-%d`) go as part of the cron job? Thanks again. Well, you could cram all this into a crontab line, but you'll probably want to use the cron entry to run a script containing these

Re: how to check which COM port modem is connected to?

2003-09-07 Thread Andrew L. Gould
On Sunday 07 September 2003 08:40 pm, Tadimeti Keshav wrote: Thanks Alex, I know that already. But I completely removed windows 98 from my machine, but forgot to take note of which port the modem is connected to. I included COM3,COM4 in my custom kernel. Thanks in advance... --- Alex

IBM 120 G IDE -- problems

2003-09-07 Thread Mark Terribile
Hi, I'm trying to add a 120G IDE drive, and FreeBSD hangs during bootstrap. My current storage configuration is 3 SCSI drives on an Adaptec controller 2 floppy drives (3+1/2 and 5+1/4 -- yes!) on the controller on the mobo (a Gigabyte GA-SINXP1394) 1 Sony CD-ROM on

Re: FreeBSD install corrupts neighboring partitions

2003-09-07 Thread Dan Harrison
I'm attempting to install FreeBSD 4.8 on a system which will boot it and also Windows 2000 Server. I've done this with two multiboot utilities: the simple boot manager that comes with FreeBSD and V Communications' System Commander. In both cases, I have found that when I install FreeBSD it

RE: IBM 120 G IDE -- problems

2003-09-07 Thread Jonas
I have the exact same problem with two brand new MB's from Asus. The model is P4P800 and P4P800-VM and all the drives are brand new Seagate IDE drives. I have removed the CD-ROM drive and the box boots up fine with Primary and Secondary master but as soon as I add a 3rd drive the boot process

Re: IBM 120 G IDE -- problems

2003-09-07 Thread Andrew L. Gould
On Sunday 07 September 2003 10:16 pm, Mark Terribile wrote: Hi, I'm trying to add a 120G IDE drive, and FreeBSD hangs during bootstrap. My current storage configuration is 3 SCSI drives on an Adaptec controller 2 floppy drives (3+1/2 and 5+1/4 -- yes!) on the controller

Re: IBM 120 G IDE -- problems

2003-09-07 Thread John Birrell
On Sun, Sep 07, 2003 at 08:27:18PM -0700, Jonas wrote: I have the exact same problem with two brand new MB's from Asus. The model is P4P800 and P4P800-VM and all the drives are brand new Seagate IDE drives. I have removed the CD-ROM drive and the box boots up fine with Primary and Secondary

Re: Soundblaster Live! on FreeBSD 4.8?

2003-09-07 Thread paul beard
Adam McLaurin wrote: On Sun, 2003-09-07 at 19:20, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: My understanding is that SBLive cards are not supported, and if you get one to work you're lucky. Is this correct, or should they work with no problem? Is there anything I can try, or are there any resources to check?

Re: FreeBSD install corrupts neighboring partitions

2003-09-07 Thread Andrew L. Gould
On Sunday 07 September 2003 10:25 pm, Dan Harrison wrote: I'm attempting to install FreeBSD 4.8 on a system which will boot it and also Windows 2000 Server. I've done this with two multiboot utilities: the simple boot manager that comes with FreeBSD and V Communications' System Commander.

RE: IBM 120 G IDE -- problems

2003-09-07 Thread Jonas
OH MAN.. You don't know how many hours you just saved me!!! It boots up beautifully with 3 drives. Thank you For future reference, do you know why this happens? Jonas Fornander - System Administrator Netwood Communications,LLC - www.netwood.net Find out why we're better - 310-442-1530

Re: IBM 120 G IDE -- problems

2003-09-07 Thread Jin Guojun [NCS]
Jonas wrote: I have the exact same problem with two brand new MB's from Asus. The model is P4P800 and P4P800-VM and all the drives are brand new Seagate IDE drives. I have removed the CD-ROM drive and the box boots up fine with Primary and Secondary master but as soon as I add a 3rd drive the

Re: IBM 120 G IDE -- problems

2003-09-07 Thread David Kelly
On Sunday 07 September 2003 10:29 pm, Andrew L. Gould wrote: On Sunday 07 September 2003 10:16 pm, Mark Terribile wrote: A drive problem seems unlikely; this was a new disk sealed in silver mylar and I expect these drives to be rock-solid. (Should I doubt this?) Yes, you should doubt

Re: Soundblaster Live! on FreeBSD 4.8?

2003-09-07 Thread Timothy Opie
My understanding is that SBLive cards are not supported, and if you get one to work you're lucky. Is this correct, or should they work with no problem? Is there anything I can try, or are there any resources to check? This is incorrect. My SB Live has worked just fine on 4.6.2, 4.7, 4.8,

Re: IBM 120 G IDE -- problems

2003-09-07 Thread John Birrell
On Sun, Sep 07, 2003 at 08:50:48PM -0700, Jonas wrote: OH MAN.. You don't know how many hours you just saved me!!! It boots up beautifully with 3 drives. Thank you For future reference, do you know why this happens? No. It's on my list of things to follow up, but there are so

Worms/FreeBSD servers/Windows clients

2003-09-07 Thread Jim Durham
After dealing with one of those idiotic worms on our LAN with FreeBSD servers and Windows workstations, I realized that we don't do much peer-to-peer sharing on our LAN and connections from workstation to workstation could be eliminated with only a slight loss in convenience, as files are