Re: apcupsd

2003-12-09 Thread Robert Huff
Barry Skidmore writes: OS: 5.1-RELEASE FreeBSD 5.1-CURRENT #0: Tue Oct 21 23:17:38 EDT 2003 UPS: Back-UPS 650, serial interface Back-UPS Pro 650, serial interface Cable: 940-0020B 940-0095A With the above setup apcupsd detects a power failure, but not a return of

ATI Radeon IGP 340M

2003-12-09 Thread Ian N Cole
Juan...I need helpful info on how to install the xfree...I have no clue as how to do this... I have a laptop with the 340m and need drivers to improve its performance..what isthe xfree and how exactly does it work?? thank you...hope u can help Ian Cole dallas tx

ATI Radeon IGP 340M

2003-12-09 Thread Ian N Cole
I need help installing (and understanding) the xfree patch for my 340m...ok im a dodo but i nd help!! perhaps a simple step by step if you dont mind,, what is the xfreeand how does it work..where to download etc. im desperate to improve the performance of this dam laptop. plase

IPACCT

2003-12-09 Thread Doloonkhuch
Dear sir' I want to control users per ip accounting. Now I using FreeBSD 5.0 and IPFW2. How I enable IPACCT and how configure. Best regards Doloonkhuch.A ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: Network card problems

2003-12-09 Thread flux
Hello Mihail, Try to re-burn your netcard. Disable PnP and set up I/O port and IRQ properly. For instance, I/O range assign to 220h-etc... in that way not to conflict with other hardware on your system of course. I had the same problems with Intel netcards. Re-burning and getting rid of PnP shit

Re: Network card problems

2003-12-09 Thread Mihail
Thanks list, I'm happy to say that my nic problem is now resolved. Thank you for your help. After I disabled PnP everything worked well. Thanks, Mihail - Hot Mobiil - helinad, logod ja pilts├Ánumid! http://portal.hot.ee

Re: how to build Spamassassin

2003-12-09 Thread r t g tan
Hi Tony, I would use cvsup to update your ports tree. You can use %make buildworld, to reinstall system perl. Look in /etc/make.conf for NOPERL var to unset accordingly to if you want to build it or not. You can also try to install perl from ports. Then you can use %use.perl ports, or

Re: Kernel message

2003-12-09 Thread Dan Strick
On Mon, 8 Dec 2003, Michael A. Alestock wrote: What does this message mean??... No debugger in kernel Dec 8 17:40:05 bsd /kernel: No debugger in kernel I hope it isn't anything serious??? I haven't changed or altered anything in a long time. It probably means you accidentally typed the

ipfw keep-state (ASAP anwser need)

2003-12-09 Thread Gregory Edigarov
Hello, The folowing is a fragment of my rc.firewall which must allow all traffic in and out of my named. ipfw add 4100 allow udp from me to any 53 keep-state ipfw add 4200 allow udp from any to me 53 ipfw add 4300 allow udp from me 53 to any --- This is a fragment from my kernel

Re: ipfw keep-state (ASAP anwser need)

2003-12-09 Thread chael
${fwcmd} add allow udp from any 1024-65535,53 to any 53 ${fwcmd} add allow udp from any 53 to any 1024-65535 - Original Message - From: Gregory Edigarov [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, December 09, 2003 5:32 PM Subject: ipfw keep-state (ASAP anwser need) Hello,

Re: ipfw keep-state (ASAP anwser need)

2003-12-09 Thread Rob
I would suggest ipfw add 4100 allow udp from me to any 53 keep-state ipfw add 4200 allow udp from any to me 53 keep-state which allows either side to initiate the connection. You will also need TCP versions of these rules (DNS uses both). If you use ipfw2, which is the default in 5.x,

Re: how to build Spamassassin

2003-12-09 Thread Jan Grant
On Mon, 8 Dec 2003, Tony Jones wrote: Hi. Over time I've got into the habit of either using packages or building directly from the source. Last time I tried this (Postfix) and asked a Q here, I was rapped over the knuckles :-) and told to use the Ports. Right now I'm trying to build

Radeon 7000 and dual head

2003-12-09 Thread Gary Hodder
Hi all, has anyone got a radeon 7000 to work with dual head? This card is the one with 2 15 pin d9 shell size connectors. I'm running Freebsd 4.9 and have upgraded X to the pre release version XFree86 4.3.99.12. All the examples I have got off the net dont work, I keep getting screen0 doesn't

Ports + cpan question

2003-12-09 Thread Michael Sig Birkmose
Hi, I have been using FreeBSD for some time now, and kind of figured out how the ports system functions. In order to administrate my system I am using portupgrade, which works very well for me. However lately I have also used Perl CPAN to install some perl modules. When I get a list of the

Yes. Re: Will it work Free BSD 5.1 for IBM X335 Server??

2003-12-09 Thread Klaus Robert Suetterlin
short: Yes. long: You must check if all components in the x335 are supported by FreeBSD5.1, specifically all the controllers, e.g. scsi and nic. Unfortunately the specs from IBM do not tell which chips are used, but as You seem to work for IBM I guess You will be able to get more in detail

Re: ipfw keep-state (ASAP anwser need)

2003-12-09 Thread Rob
Have you perhaps deleted your rules? Check with ipfw list and make sure they are all there. Use /var/log/security to find which rule is denying the packets. If it's the default rule 65535, then your allow rules are somehow incorrect. - Original Message - From: Gregory Edigarov

Re: Cannot find file system superblock error - how to recover?

2003-12-09 Thread Sergey 'DoubleF' Zaharchenko
On Mon, 8 Dec 2003 21:52:54 -0800 (PST) Scott I. Remick [EMAIL PROTECTED] probably wrote: --- Sergey 'DoubleF' Zaharchenko [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I wonder what did destroy it. Of course, system crashes can do wonders, but... Well, I was trying to save a file to that drive when my

Re: freebsd mount nwfs

2003-12-09 Thread Feroz F. Basir
Hi, IPX network number is 33A95AF6. Do I need to use this as ifconfig_fxp0_ipx=ipx 33A95AF6. Any way I can change this from command line instead of rebooting my box? Thank you in advance. regards, feroz --- Cristian Salan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mon, Dec 08, 2003 at 11:51:55AM +,

Re: freebsd mount nwfs

2003-12-09 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Tue, Dec 09, 2003 at 12:22:02PM +, Feroz F. Basir wrote: IPX network number is 33A95AF6. Do I need to use this as ifconfig_fxp0_ipx=ipx 33A95AF6. Any way I can change this from command line instead of rebooting my box? Yes. Just run ifconfig(8) directly: # ifconfig fxp0 ipx

inode state

2003-12-09 Thread Fabian Thylmann
Hi, I have a heavily used threaded server program running on one of my Dell Poweredge 1750 servers. Its a statistical analysis package for websites. Currently it analyses over 60 million requests a day, which (because of many different reasons) causes it to handle around 120 million http

Re: scripts

2003-12-09 Thread Brendan Kelliher
Valerian Galeru wrote: Please, if you know, tell me any sites with documentation about sh scripts(for beginners)(i mean files with .sh extension). Thank you! Check out the book The Unix Programming Environment by Kernighan and Pike. As computer books go, it's considered a classic. Though not

free bsd !!!

2003-12-09 Thread Marco
Dear I would like to down load the free bsd,I all ready tryd on the url :free bsd org but I am unable to down load it, since the down load source is FTP and I don't know how to down load an FTP file !! So please could you suggest me how /where can I down load the free bsd in a simple manner

help

2003-12-09 Thread Mmin Maslak
Hello I use FreeBSD4.7 On script, how can I run the function of return/enter key ? thanks ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: help

2003-12-09 Thread Steve Bertrand
I use FreeBSD4.7 On script, how can I run the function of return/enter key ? Depends on what type of script. In a Perl script, you can do this so the user has to interact with the keyboard: $userVar = ; and then you could potentially do some ASCII checking to make sure it was the enter key

Re: freebsd mount nwfs

2003-12-09 Thread Malcolm Kay
On Tue, 9 Dec 2003 17:03, Cristian Salan wrote: On Mon, Dec 08, 2003 at 11:51:55AM +, Feroz F. Basir wrote: Hi, I read your email to freebsd mailing list. You be able to mount nwfs under freebsd. I'm trying to mount nwfs as well but failed for some reason. I compiled in IPX, NCP

How to Setup Reverse DNS on LAN?

2003-12-09 Thread Drew Tomlinson
When connecting via ssh to my FBSD boxes, it takes over a minute before the connection is established. Searching the archives suggests that this is due to a failed reverse DNS lookup that must time out before connecting. Suggestions include adding the hosts to the local host file which I've done.

RE: ATI Radeon IGP 340M

2003-12-09 Thread Minnesota Slinky
Ian, I have the same graphics card, and XFree86 seemed to detect it automagically. I even have working GL drivers. Performance isn't the best, and the GL is a little choppy, but I'm not looking at gaming on this machine. Eric F Crist President AdTech Integrated Systems, Inc (612) 998-3588

Re: user timer/alarm

2003-12-09 Thread Jez Hancock
On Mon, Dec 08, 2003 at 10:17:48PM -0700, Troy wrote: Hello, I found a command a few days ago that would allow a user to type in the command + time in minutes then it would allow a person to continue to work, when the time was up it would let you know and that was it. Can someone please

Re: IPACCT

2003-12-09 Thread Jez Hancock
On Tue, Dec 09, 2003 at 04:20:46PM -0800, Doloonkhuch wrote: I want to control users per ip accounting. Now I using FreeBSD 5.0 and IPFW2. How I enable IPACCT and how configure. Just configure your ipfw rules to count traffic for each user on your system. I'll include my custom ipfw startup

Re: Which might be the problem ???

2003-12-09 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Xpression [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi list, I've a FreeBSD-4.5 server running tacacs+, exim and popa3d, it's working fine, no problem, but sometimes when I reboot via: name_server# reboot I see this message... Waiting for .. Waiting for .. Waiting for .. Syncing

Re: free bsd !!!

2003-12-09 Thread Jason Stewart
On 08/12/03 19:05 -0800, Marco wrote: Dear I would like to down load the free bsd,I all ready tryd on the url :free bsd org but I am unable to down load it, since the down load source is FTP and I don't know how to down load an FTP file !! So please could you suggest me how /where can I

Re: pkg_info: read_plist: bad command '@conflicts acroread-3*'

2003-12-09 Thread Lowell Gilbert
David Carter-Hitchin [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Anyone got a clue why this is happening? Should I pkg_delete acroread-3 and reinstall? I googled this one with no luck. I don't think acroread-3 has been in the ports system in quite some time. I think the 'conflicts' support post-dates it, so

ident patch for NATD

2003-12-09 Thread hugle
Hello all. I've found this : http://ofca.pl/bsdident/ thsi is a patch for oidentd 2.0.7 and natd + libalias under freebsd 4.8 It used to work for me, but my HDD have died. so i downlaoded 4.9.iso, burned, upgraded kernel source, and now can't patch ne libalias/natd Could someone implement this

Re: How to Setup Reverse DNS on LAN?

2003-12-09 Thread Jason Stewart
On 09/12/03 05:50 -0800, Drew Tomlinson wrote: When connecting via ssh to my FBSD boxes, it takes over a minute before the connection is established. Searching the archives suggests that this is due to a failed reverse DNS lookup that must time out before connecting. Suggestions include

Re: Ports + cpan question

2003-12-09 Thread Scott I. Remick
--- Michael Sig Birkmose [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: However lately I have also used Perl CPAN to install some perl modules. When I get a list of the packages I need to upgrade (portversion -l \) these packages also shows up - why? I recently went through this, and although no expert, here's

Re: free bsd !!!

2003-12-09 Thread Jerry McAllister
Dear I would like to down load the free bsd,I all ready tryd on the url :free = bsd org but I am unable to down load it, since the down load source is FTP = and I don't know how to down load an FTP file !! So please could you suggest = me how /where can I down load the free bsd in a

Re: a technical how to

2003-12-09 Thread Jerry McAllister
So, I hope this is the right address for this type of question. If not would you please forward this and/or let me know the correct address. Is it a text or binary file? First, I suggest working from a copy of the file for safety sake. For a text file, Use vi. Count down to which line is

Re: help

2003-12-09 Thread Steve Bertrand
You forgot to Cc: list, so here it is: Could you give me an example ? start script #!/usr/bin/perl print (Hit any key: ); $userVar = ; if ($userVar eq \n) { print You hit the enter key!\n; } else { print You did not only hit the enter key!\n; } end script

Re: apcupsd

2003-12-09 Thread Dave McCammon
--- HOLLOW, CHRISTOPHER [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi... I have the same UPS and cable running with apcupsd on FreeBSD 4.8. I have nothing but good things to say about the UPS and apcupsd. Detects and reports power failures and power restores. Properly halts the system upon

Re: ipfw keep-state (ASAP anwser need)

2003-12-09 Thread Miguel Mendez
./[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: ${fwcmd} add allow udp from any 1024-65535,53 to any 53 ${fwcmd} add allow udp from any 53 to any 1024-65535 That ruleset is a really bad idea. Imagine the following scenario: You run a vulnerable service (bind, sendmail, you name it), Joe Haxor launches a exploit

export PATH ???

2003-12-09 Thread Xpression
Hi again list, I've posted a question recently about uninstalling packages, in fact, when I installing changin the prefix path (eg.--prefix=/usr/local/package_name) it creates me some subdirs. The trouble is that I can't execute any installed program, until I put, for example: cd

How to make printer print faster?

2003-12-09 Thread Marco Beishuizen
Hello, I own a HP LaserJet 2100, connected to my home network. According to the specifications it should be able to print 10 pages per minute. When using Windows that's not a problem. But using FreeBSD (with lpd configured with help of Apsfilter from the ports) it prints very slowly, I guess

Apache+mod-ssl dumps core on shutdown only

2003-12-09 Thread Viren Patel
Hello. I am running apache+mod_ssl-1.3.29+2.8.16 with mod_php4-4.3.4_2,1 on FreeBSD 4.8-p13. Everything works fine. However, upon shutting down apache (/usr/local/etc/rc.d/apache.sh stop), apache dumps core. The following are the syslog entries to the console: pid 13918 (httpd), uid 80: exited on

Set boot loader to boot off CD manually

2003-12-09 Thread Daniel Goepp
Hi all, I was banging my head against the wall too long yesterday, so I have broken down, and have to ask. Any help on this matter is greatly appreciated. Here is what I'm trying to do. I have two computers, both running 4.8, clean, minimal installs. They have two serial cables connected to

Re: How to Setup Reverse DNS on LAN?

2003-12-09 Thread Drew Tomlinson
- Original Message - From: Jason Stewart [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, December 09, 2003 6:21 AM On 09/12/03 05:50 -0800, Drew Tomlinson wrote: When connecting via ssh to my FBSD boxes, it takes over a minute before the connection is established. Searching the archives suggests

Re: user timer/alarm

2003-12-09 Thread Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P.
Troy wrote: Hello, I found a command a few days ago that would allow a user to type in the command + time in minutes then it would allow a person to continue to work, when the time was up it would let you know and that was it. Can someone please refresh my memory as to what that command

scripting make buildworld cycle

2003-12-09 Thread David Bear
In Greg's Lehey's book The Complete FreeBSD (3rd ed) on page 379 there is a script for combining the make buildworld process. I'm thinking there may be new tags for FBSD 4.9-RELEASE that should be included in the script that are not there. anyone know of an updated script like this one to

Re: export PATH ???

2003-12-09 Thread Scott W
Xpression wrote: Hi again list, I've posted a question recently about uninstalling packages, in fact, when I installing changin the prefix path (eg.--prefix=/usr/local/package_name) it creates me some subdirs. The trouble is that I can't execute any installed program, until I put, for example: cd

Re: a technical how to

2003-12-09 Thread Charles Swiger
On Dec 8, 2003, at 8:51 PM, homeyra g wrote: Here is the question: How to truncate a file from the begining to a certain point in the file? The question is whether this file is ASCII text so line-based tools (such as tail) work, or whether you are truncating a binary file, in which case split -b

FBSD built in FTP server

2003-12-09 Thread fbsd_user
Besides the built in FTP server started by inetd, does FBSD have any other built in FTP servers? I ask because FBSD comes with 2 built in firewall applications. Does the FBSD built in FTP client transmit the login ID pw in clear text? ___ [EMAIL

Re: How to make printer print faster?

2003-12-09 Thread Peter Ulrich Kruppa
On Tue, 9 Dec 2003, Marco Beishuizen wrote: Hello, I own a HP LaserJet 2100, connected to my home network. According to the specifications it should be able to print 10 pages per minute. When using Windows that's not a problem. But using FreeBSD (with lpd configured with help of Apsfilter

Re: FBSD built in FTP server

2003-12-09 Thread Charles Swiger
On Dec 9, 2003, at 1:06 PM, fbsd_user wrote: Besides the built in FTP server started by inetd, does FBSD have any other built in FTP servers? locate ftpd would answer your question, BTW, but yes: besides the stock ftpd, there is also lukemftpd and tftpd. Other good choices from the ports

Re: FBSD built in FTP server

2003-12-09 Thread Peter Ulrich Kruppa
On Tue, 9 Dec 2003, fbsd_user wrote: Besides the built in FTP server started by inetd, does FBSD have any other built in FTP servers? I ask because FBSD comes with 2 built in firewall applications. Does the FBSD built in FTP client transmit the login ID pw in clear text? I never used

Re: How to make printer print faster?

2003-12-09 Thread Charles Howse
On Tuesday 09 December 2003 12:19 pm, Peter Ulrich Kruppa wrote: On Tue, 9 Dec 2003, Marco Beishuizen wrote: Hello, I own a HP LaserJet 2100, connected to my home network. According to the specifications it should be able to print 10 pages per minute. When using Windows that's not a

how to make dhclient give up its lease and get a new one with routes, etc. ?

2003-12-09 Thread paul beard
I am on a cable modem and am running an http server, natd, the Usual Suspects, and have been doing this for a couple of years. I use dhcp to get the address for my externally-facing NIC and through reboots, power outages, even changes in network ownership (@ home - ATT - comcast) all has been

Re: inode state

2003-12-09 Thread Robert Watson
On Tue, 9 Dec 2003, Fabian Thylmann wrote: I have a heavily used threaded server program running on one of my Dell Poweredge 1750 servers. Its a statistical analysis package for websites. Currently it analyses over 60 million requests a day, which (because of many different reasons) causes it

Re: CVSUPIT pkg_add 90% good/10% strange

2003-12-09 Thread Chris Pressey
On Tue, 09 Dec 2003 15:14:38 +1300 Richard Shea [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mon, 8 Dec 2003 15:40:39 -0800, Chris Pressey [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: On Tue, 09 Dec 2003 12:00:15 +1300 Richard Shea [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [...] === Generating temporary packing list ** Missing

Re: export PATH ???

2003-12-09 Thread staf wagemakers
On Tue, Dec 09, 2003 at 11:06:44AM -0500, Xpression wrote: Hi again list, I've posted a question recently about uninstalling packages, in fact, when I installing changin the prefix path (eg.--prefix=/usr/local/package_name) it creates me some subdirs. The trouble is that I can't execute any

RE: Set boot loader to boot off CD manually

2003-12-09 Thread John Baldwin
On 09-Dec-2003 Daniel Goepp wrote: Hi all, I was banging my head against the wall too long yesterday, so I have broken down, and have to ask. Any help on this matter is greatly appreciated. Here is what I'm trying to do. I have two computers, both running 4.8, clean, minimal installs.

How to configure usb printer with ulpt0 rather than ugen0?

2003-12-09 Thread Aaron
Note: recently asked, I tried someone's suggestion, still can't do it. How do i associate my usb printer with ulpt0, rather than the ugen0 that it boots up with? Original question and data repeated below, the only difference is: - My officejet k80xi usb printer is the only usb equipment

Re: FBSD built in FTP server

2003-12-09 Thread Peter Ulrich Kruppa
On Tue, 9 Dec 2003, Peter Ulrich Kruppa wrote: I never used this, but I know there is sftp and sftp-server on your system, which use ssh-encryption and -protocol. Since your question made me curious: sftp-server is started automatically with sshd (i.e. you probably have it running now) and

Re: How to make printer print faster?

2003-12-09 Thread Scott I. Remick
On Tue, 9 Dec 2003 12:29:15 -0600, Charles Howse wrote: With all due respect, do you know for a fact that your suggestion works? I have a HP1100, configured with apsfilter, and I have tried that very same thing, and it only prints at 600 dpi. Does anyone know the correct driver for the

Re: How to make printer print faster?

2003-12-09 Thread Peter Ulrich Kruppa
On Tue, 9 Dec 2003, Charles Howse wrote: On Tuesday 09 December 2003 12:19 pm, Peter Ulrich Kruppa wrote: On Tue, 9 Dec 2003, Marco Beishuizen wrote: Hello, I own a HP LaserJet 2100, connected to my home network. According to the specifications it should be able to print 10 pages

Re: fsck not recognizing vinum filesystem type

2003-12-09 Thread Nate Lawson
On Tue, 9 Dec 2003, DAVID THOMPSON wrote: I am a relatively new FreeBSD user and I have never posted a request for help before so I hope I am doing this right and not plugging up the board with irrelevant and out of context questions. My apologies if I am. Here is my problem: Welcome to the

failed install of apache/mod_php4

2003-12-09 Thread chip . wiegand
I am trying to install mod_php4/apache2 on a new install of 5.1. The install failed because of egcs - says it should be updated. Sorry I can't provide the exact messages, they scrolled off the screen, long gone now. I tried to update egcs by installing the egcs-1.1.2 port but it says it is

Re: How to make printer print faster?

2003-12-09 Thread Charles Howse
On Tuesday 09 December 2003 01:04 pm, Scott I. Remick wrote: On Tue, 9 Dec 2003 12:29:15 -0600, Charles Howse wrote: With all due respect, do you know for a fact that your suggestion works? I have a HP1100, configured with apsfilter, and I have tried that very same thing, and it only prints

Re: How to make printer print faster?

2003-12-09 Thread Charles Howse
On Tuesday 09 December 2003 01:18 pm, Peter Ulrich Kruppa wrote: On Tue, 9 Dec 2003, Charles Howse wrote: On Tuesday 09 December 2003 12:19 pm, Peter Ulrich Kruppa wrote: On Tue, 9 Dec 2003, Marco Beishuizen wrote: Hello, I own a HP LaserJet 2100, connected to my home network.

Re: FBSD built in FTP server

2003-12-09 Thread Steve Bertrand
I never used this, but I know there is sftp and sftp-server on your system, which use ssh-encryption and -protocol. Since your question made me curious: sftp-server is started automatically with sshd (i.e. you probably have it running now) and there is a small gpl'ed sftp client for

Re: inode state

2003-12-09 Thread Fabian Thylmann
Hi Robert, thanks for the reply, and yea, totally forgot the version. its 4.9. Now, the problem is: 1) I can not use linuxthreads since my server is also multiplexing via kqueue's and I can not find any version of linuxthreads which implements a thread-safe version of kqueue. 2) I can not use

Re: user timer/alarm

2003-12-09 Thread Troy
That was it!!! Thank you sir, Troy On Dec 9, 2003, at 10:03 AM, Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P. wrote: Troy wrote: Hello, I found a command a few days ago that would allow a user to type in the command + time in minutes then it would allow a person to continue to work, when the time was up it

Re: inode state

2003-12-09 Thread Robert Watson
On Tue, 9 Dec 2003, Fabian Thylmann wrote: thanks for the reply, and yea, totally forgot the version. its 4.9. Now, the problem is: 1) I can not use linuxthreads since my server is also multiplexing via kqueue's and I can not find any version of linuxthreads which implements a

Re: Why userland , basesystem and Kernel are together?!

2003-12-09 Thread Vahric MUHTARYAN
Hi Simon Barner , First thanks for your answer . Please correct me if I mis understand something . 1) You mean if I want to keep source up-to-date method and use make world process I must test it another test machine before apply it to the production server . 2) You said that

Apache+ssl

2003-12-09 Thread Marius Kirschner
Tried to update my old apache+ssl to the latest and am getting the following error: making all in tools... === Installing for openssl-0.9.7c === Generating temporary packing list === Checking if security/openssl already installed ln: illegal option -- h usage: ln [-fisv] file1 file2 ln

freebsd-update is giving an error

2003-12-09 Thread Vahric MUHTARYAN
Hi , I'm using freebsd-update1.5 When I try to update it's giving an error , I checked from web site I think that file is not available after that I check http://update.daemonology.net/4.9/pub.key it's Ok . ??!?!?!? bash-2.05b# freebsd-update -v fetch Fetching public key... fetch:

Re: inode state

2003-12-09 Thread Fabian Thylmann
Hmm. Kqueue should be thread-safe in that it's a system call, but I can't speak to the safety of various arguments/parameters. I don't know if linuxthreads tries to provide locking around file descriptors and might have reference problems if kqueue were held over a call to close(), but it

Re: freebsd-update is giving an error

2003-12-09 Thread Colin Percival
At 22:19 09/12/2003 +0200, Vahric MUHTARYAN wrote: bash-2.05b# freebsd-update -v fetch Fetching public key... fetch: http://update.daemonology.net/5.1/pub.key: Not Found Error fetching updates According to uname, you're running FreeBSD 5.1. I'm not building updates for 5.1-RELEASE yet; thanks

Re: Why userland , basesystem and Kernel are together?!

2003-12-09 Thread Scott W
Vahric MUHTARYAN wrote: Hi Simon Barner , First thanks for your answer . Please correct me if I mis understand something . 1) You mean if I want to keep source up-to-date method and use make world process I must test it another test machine before apply it to the production server . I

Re: Why userland , basesystem and Kernel are together?!

2003-12-09 Thread Mike Maltese
2) You said that FreeBSD was more than a kernel . What do you mean Could you explain little more or Do you know any documantation or whitepaper which explain mind of the FreeBSD operating System . Hmm, try www.freebsd.org (sic). These two areas should be partiularly useful.

FreeBSD 4.9 + XFree86 4.3 + Alpha

2003-12-09 Thread Stephen Agar
Hi, I just recently installed freebsd 4.9 on a DEC PWS 500au. Everything works fine except X. I realize that the problem more than likely isn't FreeBSD specific, its probably a problem with XFree but I thought you guys may be able to give me some advice. When I try to run xf86cfg to configure

Re: apcupsd

2003-12-09 Thread Robert Downes
Barry Skidmore wrote: Are there any users of apcupsd on the list? If so, please respond to me privately. I have a question about recommended UPS's that work well with FreeBSD. I have used apcupsd before. I have an ancient old APC Back-UPS Pro 420 with serial cable, and everything was

Re: FBSD built in FTP server

2003-12-09 Thread Andrew Boothman
Steve Bertrand wrote: Sftp is great, and also loaded up by default is 'scp', which is the Secure 'copy' program. From *nix to *nix, it is an effective way to copy files to/from remote computers just as if they were local file systems: From local to remote # scp thisfile [EMAIL

Apaches Ports

2003-12-09 Thread Payne
Hi. I have a question, can I use the Apache1.3_frontpage and mod_php? I love how easy it was to get frontpage working with apache it was a nightmare under linux. But I have a need for php as well. I am currently using 4.9. Payne ___ [EMAIL

Re: Apaches Ports

2003-12-09 Thread Vahric MUHTARYAN
of course you can . both of them are modules and if you add those modules to httpd.conf you can use it ( if you install those to modules with using ports collection it's automaticly update it ) Vahric - Original Message - From: Payne [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: freebsd-questions [EMAIL

Two ISP connections

2003-12-09 Thread Andrea Venturoli
Hello. I have a server with two ISP connections: a flat ADSL with an ISP and pay-per-traffic HDSL with another. I'd like to use ADSL whenever possible, but switch to HDSL in case the first line drops. Any pointer? bye Thanks av. ___

Installation question...

2003-12-09 Thread Xpression
Hi list...I've a very low bandwidth and I need to download any of 5-RELEASES, do I need to download disc1 or mini-disc, I only need a fully functional OS with networking not packages, thanks... ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Anyone have /usr/ports/java/jdk14 working on 4.8?

2003-12-09 Thread Charles Howse
Please tell me how you did it. My build always fails. I have /usr/local/linux-sun-jdk1.4.2 working. [EMAIL PROTECTED] /usr/local/linux-sun-jdk1.4.2/bin]# ./java -version java version 1.4.2_02 Java(TM) 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition (build 1.4.2_02-b03) Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build

Apache

2003-12-09 Thread Payne
Hi, Thanks, yes FreeBSD rocks!!! I know this is the right place to ask, so if you have the apache group list that would be nice, but what do I have to do to get my users account to work? Are they place for example /home/user_x/public_html On any web browser I get the following error.

Re: Installation question...

2003-12-09 Thread Vahric MUHTARYAN
it's enough to download only Disc1 not Disc 2 and mini vahric - Original Message - From: Xpression [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: FreeBSD-questions [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, December 09, 2003 11:43 PM Subject: Installation question... Hi list...I've a very low bandwidth and I need to

Disklabel again

2003-12-09 Thread Grant Peel
Hi, I am reposting this in hopes poeple who have disklabel and RAID perc 3DCL / SCSI experience see it tonight. Hi, I had a crash tonight. Server rebooted and everything seemed to restart OK. Interesting disklabel output though. Should I be worried about all the *s? : If this helps, the disk

Re: Apache

2003-12-09 Thread Vahric MUHTARYAN
I think you have file permisson problem please check error log for more detail you will see the problem %100 vahric - Original Message - From: Payne [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: freebsd-questions [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, December 09, 2003 11:51 PM Subject: Apache Hi, Thanks, yes

Re: How to make printer print faster?

2003-12-09 Thread Marco Beishuizen
On stardate Tue, 9 Dec 2003, the wise Peter Ulrich Kruppa entered: On Tue, 9 Dec 2003, Marco Beishuizen wrote: Hello, I own a HP LaserJet 2100, connected to my home network. According to the specifications it should be able to print 10 pages per minute. When using Windows that's not

archiving and restoring disk images...

2003-12-09 Thread lists
I dumped a disk image of my root partition like this: dd if=/dev/da0s1a | gzip -9 -c where.ever.gz Does this include the boot sector? In other words, if I need to restore this disk image I can do the reverse and the boot sector and root partition will be back to that state. How should I go

Re: Installation question...

2003-12-09 Thread Jerry McAllister
Hi list...I've a very low bandwidth and I need to download any of 5-RELEASES, do I need to download disc1 or mini-disc, I only need a fully functional OS with networking not packages, thanks... Well, it is probably all about the same really. The MNI_ISO is just the install system and it

Re: Apache

2003-12-09 Thread Mike Maltese
Thanks, yes FreeBSD rocks!!! I know this is the right place to ask, so if you have the apache group list that would be nice, but what do I have to do to get my users account to work? Are they place for example /home/user_x/public_html On any web browser I get the following error.

RE: Hard drive geometry headache (slightly off topic)

2003-12-09 Thread Frederick Bowes
Now I had to move it to a new computer in which the bios detects a certian geometry, but then the system wont boot. No matter what I do I had the same problem back in 4.5. I worked around the problem by formating the hard drive with a Win98(Oh Boy) recovery floppy then ...

Re: archiving and restoring disk images...

2003-12-09 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Dec 09), [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: I dumped a disk image of my root partition like this: dd if=/dev/da0s1a | gzip -9 -c where.ever.gz Does this include the boot sector? In other words, if I need to restore this disk image I can do the reverse and the boot sector and

Lots of disks.

2003-12-09 Thread Lewis Thompson
Hi, I'm currently using vinum to concatenate two large (120GB) disks, providing a single large(r) valume (240GB in theory ;). At the moment the volume is about 90% full and I'm looking to add three more 120GB disks and set up RAID5. This is somewhat offtopic (not entirely sure if it is

july, 2004...

2003-12-09 Thread Marco A. A. Pereira
Hi. I am a Master Professor at FATEC (Brazil) which is the largest Technology Faculty at Sao Paulo state, similar to your MIT. I am a beginner at FreeBSD world, and Im studying it there are a few months. As a member of a large faculty, and concerned about the kind of software we

group file limits

2003-12-09 Thread jonathan
Hi, I'm running a freebsd 4.8 data server on an intranet. There is many group (10 and more will come) and a lot of members (10-12 by group) into them... So i'm having big trouble with the fact that 'pw' doesn't read further than 1024 characters into the '/etc/group' file. Is there a way to

Talk Filters and Gaim...

2003-12-09 Thread epilogue
hello all, just wondering if any of you has had luck getting the talkfilters port integrated with gaim? i tried applying the patches included with the talkfilters port, but no dice. i suspect that this failure has much to do with the difference between the version of gaim for which the patches

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