The FreeBSD Diary: 2003-12-14 - 2004-01-03

2004-01-04 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: writing CD-RWs with DVD?RW and burncd

2004-01-04 Thread soralx
Yes it is very much possible. Just go around as if it is a CD Writer and not a DVD writer. so that means that my DVD writer is not ATAPI compatible? or am I doing something wrong? -Original Message- is it possible to write CDs with a DVD writer on -STABLE usind 'burncd'? ---

Re: writing CD-RWs with DVD?RW and burncd

2004-01-04 Thread soralx
Well can u just tell me you fixed which drive on which bus and did u configure them master-slave specifically or did u go with CS? I have LG CD-writer as master and the Asus DVD writer as slave on the second ATA channel, both configured specifically with jumpers. I also tried disconnecting the

RE: reboot problems

2004-01-04 Thread M K
Sorry, I can't do it at this moment because I am installing FreeBSD again (some other ugly problem that was caused by me). I've noticed another thing: if I enter the SCSI bios and than the system wants to reboot, it's also not working! Can I assume that this is a hardware issue, not FreeBSD? ---

Re: reboot problems

2004-01-04 Thread Matthew Seaman
[ Machine not resetting properly and thus failing to reboot ] On Sun, Jan 04, 2004 at 02:17:50AM -0800, M K wrote: Sorry, I can't do it at this moment because I am installing FreeBSD again (some other ugly problem that was caused by me). I've noticed another thing: if I enter the SCSI bios

Re: Re-make mod_php

2004-01-04 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Sat, Jan 03, 2004 at 09:46:48PM -0500, Marius Kirschner wrote: I have the need to re-configire mod_php4 using the ports and add another package (--with-imagick) that is not part of the default options. Where do I put the imagick source (should be in /usr/src/php/ext), and which file do I

RE: ppp idle timer

2004-01-04 Thread Karl Juchen
Hi! fbsd_user wrote: I have been reading this list for 4 years and your post is the first on any body trying to use 'user ppp' filter rules. I read about them when I setup my own user ppp dial out to ISP over voice phone modem, tried to use them, but they have no way to verify the rules are

Help

2004-01-04 Thread Keith
Hi, Could you please tell me a way to remove freebsd from my computer. Thanks for your time. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Help

2004-01-04 Thread Sven Pfeifer
Hi, Keith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, Could you please tell me a way to remove freebsd from my computer. I think the best way to remove FreeBSD ist to open your computercase and take out your HDD, then FreeBSD is safely removed. Thanks for your time.

Re: Mount /cdrom as non-root user - does this actually work for anyone?

2004-01-04 Thread Stacey Roberts
Hello, Thanks for the reply. - Original Message - From: Tom McLaughlin [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: To Stacey Roberts Date: Sun, 04 Jan, 2004 05:48 GMT Subject: Re: Mount /cdrom as non-root user - does this actually work for anyone? On Sat, 2004-01-03 at 20:13, Stacey Roberts wrote:

Re: reboot problems

2004-01-04 Thread M K
Matthew, Thank you for the advise. I'll try those options. MK. Great, I'll try --- Matthew Seaman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [ Machine not resetting properly and thus failing to reboot ] On Sun, Jan 04, 2004 at 02:17:50AM -0800, M K wrote: Sorry, I can't do it at this moment because I am

Re: Failure to probe devices

2004-01-04 Thread Mike Jeays
Subhro wrote: Hello Mike, Did u recompile the kernel? If yes then can u just include the kernel config file? Also did u include any non standard flags in /etc/make.conf? Cheers! Subhro -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Mike Jeays Sent:

RE: Re-make mod_php

2004-01-04 Thread Marius Kirschner
Hmmm... As far as I can tell, the --with-imagick option doesn't exist in PHP4 or later. Which is probably why there isn't a 'WITH_IMAGICK' option in the port Makefile. In fact, see this, from the principal author of PHP himself:

RE: Re-make mod_php

2004-01-04 Thread Marius Kirschner
You can achieve pretty much all of the graphical manipulations you need by a combination of PHP's built in support for the GD libraries, or by using the exec() capability of PHP to call external programs. The netpbm library (ports: graphics/netpbm) and ImageMagick have some

Re: Re-make mod_php

2004-01-04 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Sun, Jan 04, 2004 at 08:50:23AM -0500, Marius Kirschner wrote: So I tried to build the standalone ImageMagick (/usr/ports/graphics/ImageMagick), but after playing around with it for 2 hours I keep getting the following error: jp2.c:778: `JAS_IMAGE_CT_OPACITY' undeclared (first use in

Re: Failure to probe devices

2004-01-04 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Mike Jeays [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I am not sure what else there is to post. The machine gets to the point where it says something like Probing devices - this may take a while, and then nothing else happens. I read the 5.1 errata, and tried switching from APIC to PIC, and disabling the

Re: ImageMagic port build fails

2004-01-04 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Marius Kirschner [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Tried to install ImageMagic on a FreeBSD 4.9 box, but 'make' fails with the following error message: jp2.c:778: `JAS_IMAGE_CT_OPACITY' undeclared (first use in this function) gmake[1]: *** [jp2.lo] Error 1 gmake[1]: Leaving directory

RE: ImageMagic port build fails

2004-01-04 Thread Marius Kirschner
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Lowell Gilbert Sent: Sunday, January 04, 2004 9:52 AM To: Marius Kirschner Cc: 'FreeBSD Questions' Subject: Re: ImageMagic port build fails Marius Kirschner [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Tried to

Re: Problems with startx on 5.2-RC2

2004-01-04 Thread Jaroslaw Nozderko
Have you tried removing options SMP # Symmetric MultiProcessor Kernel device apic # I/O APIC from your kernel config and recompiled? No, I gave up and returned to 5.1. I will get back to 5.2-RELEASE. Regards, Jarek ___ [EMAIL

3ware Serial ATA 8506-8

2004-01-04 Thread jr315
Does Anyone Know if 3Ware SATA 8506-8 Raid Controller Works with FreeBSD 4.9 Release??? __ Do you Yahoo!? Find out what made the Top Yahoo! Searches of 2003 http://search.yahoo.com/top2003 ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing

How to create .iso file image of cdrom (atapi)?

2004-01-04 Thread W. Sierke
Hi, Is there a straightforward way of creating a file image (.iso) of a data cdrom mounted in an atapi cd-rom drive? All my googling has turned up is suggestions like dd if=/dev/acd0 ... but I neither have nor can create (with MAKEDEV) /dev/acd0 (only /dev/acd0a and /dev/acd0c - FreeBSD 4.8)

Re: How to create .iso file image of cdrom (atapi)?

2004-01-04 Thread Scott Mitchell
On Mon, Jan 05, 2004 at 01:59:11AM +1030, W. Sierke wrote: Hi, Is there a straightforward way of creating a file image (.iso) of a data cdrom mounted in an atapi cd-rom drive? All my googling has turned up is suggestions like dd if=/dev/acd0 ... but I neither have nor can create (with

Re: How to create .iso file image of cdrom (atapi)?

2004-01-04 Thread W. Sierke
Scott Mitchell wrote: You want to use /dev/acd0c - the 'c' partition covers the whole disk. Something like: dd if=/dev/acd0c of=foo.iso bs=64k Ah! Thanks for that. The bs argument is crucial, I hadn't thought to try anything further when without it I got: dd: /dev/acd0c: Invalid argument I

Re: Can I fix or replace libXt.so.6 to run Netscape pkg from 4.3 CD?

2004-01-04 Thread Ken Seggerman
Hello Lowell, Thanks for responding to my question. On Sun, 4 Jan 2004, Lowell Gilbert wrote: Ken Seggerman [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I am running FreeBSD 4.3 on an old laptop. Something (maybe Mozilla) stepped on something. Trying to run netscape- communicator (with wrapper and

Problems with X

2004-01-04 Thread Gerard Seibert
I am a new use of FreeBSD. I am hoping that someone can assist me. First of all, the output of uname -a: FreeBSD rcn.com 5.2-RC2 FreeBSD 5.2-RC2 #0: Mon Dec 22, 07:23:48 GMT 2003 [EMAIL PROTECTED]@freebsd.org:usr/obj/src1/sys/Generic i386 I enter the command: startx . Everything appears to

Re: How to create .iso file image of cdrom (atapi)?

2004-01-04 Thread Scott Mitchell
On Mon, Jan 05, 2004 at 02:51:12AM +1030, W. Sierke wrote: Scott Mitchell wrote: You want to use /dev/acd0c - the 'c' partition covers the whole disk. Something like: dd if=/dev/acd0c of=foo.iso bs=64k Ah! Thanks for that. The bs argument is crucial, I hadn't thought to try anything

Re: Mount /cdrom as non-root user - does this actually work for anyone?

2004-01-04 Thread Sergey 'DoubleF' Zaharchenko
On Sun, 4 Jan 2004 00:53:52 + Stacey Roberts [EMAIL PROTECTED] probably wrote: Hello, I've just realised that I am unable to mount a cdrom disk as a non-root user for *any* of my machines. All hosts concerned are running FreeBSD-4.9Stable, and running through:

Re: How to create .iso file image of cdrom (atapi)?

2004-01-04 Thread Sergey 'DoubleF' Zaharchenko
On Mon, 5 Jan 2004 02:51:12 +1030 W. Sierke [EMAIL PROTECTED] probably wrote: Scott Mitchell wrote: You want to use /dev/acd0c - the 'c' partition covers the whole disk. Yes, for those devices which are disklabel(8)'d. Something like: dd if=/dev/acd0c of=foo.iso bs=64k Ah! Thanks

centrino

2004-01-04 Thread Personne
bonjour j'ai un hp compaq x1005 et je voudrais savoir si on peu utilisé le wifi avec centrino voila :) ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: partition resizing help!!! PLZ

2004-01-04 Thread Jerry McAllister
when I installed freebsd I tried to resize the /dev partion bigger and It told me it was not possible even though I had 5GB of free space it only let me to use preset partition sizes:( So know my /dev partiotion is too small. and the OS is installed with KDE as GUI. and my /dev fills to

starting daemons at server start

2004-01-04 Thread Micke P
Hi, There are a couple of things that I'm struggling with unsuccessfully. :-( One of them is figuring out how to get daemons to start up when the server starts, or restarts, without having to start them manually. It may be clearly defined in the handbook, but I am inept enough to not see it.

SAMBA setup

2004-01-04 Thread Micke P
Hi, I've configured SAMBA as well as I could, but am still missing how to get this all set up. Could someone send their config file and drive configuration settings, or whatever? Or just contact me (with a *lot* of patience). Thanks, Micke __ Do you Yahoo!?

Re: starting daemons at server start

2004-01-04 Thread Marty Landman
At 01:34 PM 1/4/2004, Micke P wrote: There are a couple of things that I'm struggling with unsuccessfully. Me too. :-) One of them is figuring out how to get daemons to start up when the server starts, or restarts, without having to start them manually. Toward the end of the booting process

RE: starting daemons at server start

2004-01-04 Thread fbsd_user
Maybe you just don't understand what you are seeing. Inetd is the Super server. Every thing you uncomment in the inetd.conf file is an server of it own right. But instead of an daemon running for telnet or FTP all the time. Inetd runs and listens on the ports where those services would be listings

Support for affordable S-ATA RAID controllers (xs4)

2004-01-04 Thread Rogier Krieger
Hi everyone, a friend of mine and I are thinking a BSD (NetBSD or FreeBSD) system and would like to have RAID-1 hardware. Preferably, an affordable S-ATA RAID version. So far, we're wondering which controller would be a good choice. What we've come up with so far are the Adaptec 1210SA S-ATA

RE: starting daemons at server start

2004-01-04 Thread Micke P
Right! Ok, it's definitely not inetd that I need. I'm thinking primarily of starting apache and a dynamic ip updater automatically at startup. Micke --- fbsd_user [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Maybe you just don't understand what you are seeing. Inetd is the Super server. Every thing you

RE: starting daemons at server start

2004-01-04 Thread fbsd_user
If it's apache you want to auto start then you missed the instruction during the install of apache that tells you to put it's start script into directory /usr/local/etc/rc.d/ -Original Message- From: Micke P [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, January 04, 2004 2:22 PM To: [EMAIL

RE: starting daemons at server start

2004-01-04 Thread Marty Landman
At 02:21 PM 1/4/2004, Micke P wrote: I'm thinking primarily of starting apache and a dynamic ip updater automatically at startup. Micke, here's a sample from my machine that may help: # ls -alh /usr/local/etc/rc.d total 20 drwxr-xr-x 2 root wheel 512B Dec 30 16:58 . drwxr-xr-x 9 root wheel

Re: starting daemons at server start

2004-01-04 Thread Scott W
Micke P wrote: Right! Ok, it's definitely not inetd that I need. I'm thinking primarily of starting apache and a dynamic ip updater automatically at startup. Micke --- fbsd_user [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Maybe you just don't understand what you are seeing. Inetd is the Super server. Every

Re: 3ware Serial ATA 8506-8

2004-01-04 Thread Mike Tancsa
It should. I am using a 8006-2 right now in the lab. 3ware has also launched official support for FreeBSD on their webpage. ---Mike On Sun, 4 Jan 2004 07:08:01 -0800 (PST), in sentex.lists.freebsd.questions you wrote: Does Anyone Know if 3Ware SATA 8506-8 Raid Controller Works with

RE: 3ware Serial ATA 8506-8

2004-01-04 Thread Jonathan M. Slivko
If it's anything like 3Ware's support for RedHat 9, then I don't want it (since custom kernels choke on the 3Ware driver on boot) :) -- Jonathan -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Mike Tancsa Sent: Sunday, January 04, 2004 3:00 PM To: jr315

RE: 3ware Serial ATA 8506-8

2004-01-04 Thread Mike Tancsa
At 03:07 PM 04/01/2004, Jonathan M. Slivko wrote: If it's anything like 3Ware's support for RedHat 9, then I don't want it (since custom kernels choke on the 3Ware driver on boot) :) Strange, I have had good results with the 3ware on LINUX as well. The driver for FreeBSD for the most part seems

Re: Support for affordable S-ATA RAID controllers (xs4)

2004-01-04 Thread jeff hinkle
I am also interested in this as well. raid 5 would be a bonus. - Original Message - From: Rogier Krieger [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: FreeBSD-hardware list [EMAIL PROTECTED]; FreeBSD-questions list [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, January 04, 2004 2:09 PM Subject: Support for affordable S-ATA

Re: starting daemons at server start

2004-01-04 Thread Jez Hancock
On Sun, Jan 04, 2004 at 11:21:56AM -0800, Micke P wrote: Right! Ok, it's definitely not inetd that I need. I'm thinking primarily of starting apache and a dynamic ip updater automatically at startup. Have a look for one of the dyndns update applications in the ports tree (look in

RE: 3ware Serial ATA 8506-8

2004-01-04 Thread Jonathan M. Slivko
Did you compile a custom 2.4.23 kernel with it? -- Jonathan -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Mike Tancsa Sent: Sunday, January 04, 2004 3:10 PM To: Jonathan M. Slivko Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: 3ware Serial ATA 8506-8 At 03:07 PM

sharing files with windows systems was Re: SAMBA setup

2004-01-04 Thread Micke P
As a stop gap, I'd even be glad for info on seting up ftp'ing with the windows machines on my LAN. Right now I am ftp'ing to and from my ISP webspace. Thanks, Micke I've configured SAMBA as well as I could, but am still missing how to get this all set up. Could someone send their config

RE: starting daemons at server start

2004-01-04 Thread Micke P
If there is something that is done automatically, I swear my karma is that it won't be done! I did do a port apache install. And right, I don't remember that being asked. I'm assuming there's an easier way to get this set up besides redoing the install. Examples of this script(working :-))?

Not sure which one to download

2004-01-04 Thread keithjacksonmusic
I was looking into the different platforms FreeBSD supports, and most of them are 64 bit processors. Does FreeBSD support AMD Durons clocked at 1.3 ghz? If so, which one should i download? Thanks a bunch ~Keith~ ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: starting daemons at server start

2004-01-04 Thread Scott W
Micke P wrote: If there is something that is done automatically, I swear my karma is that it won't be done! I did do a port apache install. And right, I don't remember that being asked. I'm assuming there's an easier way to get this set up besides redoing the install. Examples of this

RE: starting daemons at server start

2004-01-04 Thread David Fleck
On Sun, 4 Jan 2004, Micke P wrote: Examples of this script(working :-))? $ cat /usr/local/etc/rc.d/apache.sh #!/bin/sh case $1 in start) [ -x /usr/local/sbin/apachectl ] /usr/local/sbin/apachectl start /dev/null echo 'apache: start' ;; stop) [ -r /var/run/httpd.pid ]

Re: starting daemons at server start

2004-01-04 Thread freebsd
There are numerous ways for daemons to start on boot: -- 1) Via their enabling in /etc/rc.conf (e.g. inetd, lpd) e.g. lpd_enable=YES. Look at /etc/defaults/rc.conf for things that will start (or not start) automatically unless they are overridden in /etc/rc.conf. Inetd is an good example

RE: starting daemons at server start

2004-01-04 Thread Marty Landman
At 03:39 PM 1/4/2004, Micke P wrote: If there is something that is done automatically, I swear my karma is that it won't be done! I did do a port apache install. And right, I don't remember that being asked. I'm assuming there's an easier way to get this set up besides redoing the install.

Re: sharing files with windows systems was Re: SAMBA setup

2004-01-04 Thread Warren Block
On Sun, 4 Jan 2004, Micke P wrote: As a stop gap, I'd even be glad for info on seting up ftp'ing with the windows machines on my LAN. Right now I am ftp'ing to and from my ISP webspace. Without details, it's hard to tell what you're trying to do. Do you want a Samba server, or is it just to

Re: Not sure which one to download

2004-01-04 Thread Warren Block
On Sun, 4 Jan 2004, keithjacksonmusic wrote: I was looking into the different platforms FreeBSD supports, and most of them are 64 bit processors. The main version of FreeBSD is for i386 stuff. Does FreeBSD support AMD Durons clocked at 1.3 ghz? Yes, the i386 version will work on it.

RE: starting daemons at server start

2004-01-04 Thread Micke P
Hi Subhro :-), Good information. After checking, I didn't have the local_startup line in my /etc/rc.conf file. This didn't work on restarting just now, but I added the line pointing to the rc.d apache dir where I had added the file apache.sh earlier (below). Still had to start apache by hand.

Port for ASP.NET

2004-01-04 Thread Joseph Golkosky
I am trying to get ASP.NET running on my FreeBSD machine. I have FreeBSD 5.1 currently running with 0.24 of the Mono C# .NET environment. I do not see a port available for mod_mono, the ASP.NET module for the Apache server. Where can I find a port for this application? Best, Joe Golkosky

Re: sshd crashing server

2004-01-04 Thread Will Prater
Subhro, On Jan 3, 2004, at 10:54 PM, Subhro wrote: Hey Will, Do you remember if you added anything nonstandard to CFLAGS in /etc/make.conf? I dont thin I have added anything to /etc/make.conf. I can confirm once the system is up again. SSHD did not start up at boot after the crash so I am

HD problems after power outage

2004-01-04 Thread backdoc
I lost power at my house for a moment this morning which is causing some problems with my second hard drive. Upon reboot, for the first hard drive (/dev/da0s1), the system reports FILESYSTEM CLEAN; SKIPPING CHECKS. Then, it reports the following for the second drive: kernel messages

Re: Mount /cdrom as non-root user - does this actually work for anyone?

2004-01-04 Thread Tom McLaughlin
On Sun, 2004-01-04 at 08:31, Stacey Roberts wrote: Hello, Thanks for the reply. - Original Message - From: Tom McLaughlin [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: To Stacey Roberts Date: Sun, 04 Jan, 2004 05:48 GMT Subject: Re: Mount /cdrom as non-root user - does this actually work for anyone?

Re: buildworld: ENCODING GB18030 is not supported by libc

2004-01-04 Thread Roman Neuhauser
# [EMAIL PROTECTED] / 2004-01-03 13:18:58 -0500: Roman Neuhauser [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I just got this failure on a FreeBSD freepuppy.bellavista.cz 4.8-STABLE FreeBSD 4.8-STABLE #3: Tue Aug 26 12:34:53 CEST 2003 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/FREEPUPPY2_5 i386 in

Re: HD problems after power outage

2004-01-04 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Sun, Jan 04, 2004 at 03:36:21PM -0600, backdoc wrote: I lost power at my house for a moment this morning which is causing some problems with my second hard drive. [ fsck tale of woe...] I try to rerun fsck, but this pattern only repeats. Is there a way to fix this?? Or, am I toast?

RE: HD problems after power outage

2004-01-04 Thread Jonathan M. Slivko
With all the events of September 11th, one would think we'd have learned about backups by now :) -- Jonathan -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Matthew Seaman Sent: Sunday, January 04, 2004 5:09 PM To: backdoc Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject:

Re: Support for affordable S-ATA RAID controllers (xs4)

2004-01-04 Thread jon
On Sun, 2004-01-04 at 14:09, Rogier Krieger wrote: What we've come up with so far are the Adaptec 1210SA S-ATARAID controller and a Promise S150 TX2Plus RAID which seem affordable. %grep -iE '(release|promise)' /var/run/dmesg.boot FreeBSD 5.1-RELEASE-p10 #0: Mon Oct 6 21:44:56 EDT 2003

Re: centrino

2004-01-04 Thread Cordula's Web
bonjour j'ai un hp compaq x1005 et je voudrais savoir si on peu utilisé le wifi avec centrino voila :) http://docs.freebsd.org/cgi/getmsg.cgi?fetch=732284+0+archive/2003/freebsd-current/20031231.freebsd-current Bonne chance! ;-) P.S.: Cette liste de distribution (mailing list) est

Re: Support for affordable S-ATA RAID controllers (xs4)

2004-01-04 Thread Rogier Krieger
Hi there Jon, Previous correspondence from jon (14:22 4-1-2004 -0800): On Sun, 2004-01-04 at 14:09, Rogier Krieger wrote: controller and a Promise S150 TX2Plus RAID which 2003 atapci0: Promise PDC20319 SATA150 controller thanks for checking. One thing I still wonder about, though: do you have

Re: Support for affordable S-ATA RAID controllers (xs4)

2004-01-04 Thread Rogier Krieger
Previous correspondence from Subhro (01:06 5-1-2004 +0530): What is the amount of money you would like to shell out for the card? As I mentioned, it's supposed to be relatively cheap. Say 50 to 100 EUR. (US$ 65 - 125 as present rates). I should've given the figure in my first message. Sorry for

fixit

2004-01-04 Thread Peter Leftwich
Hello everyone. [1] What is the best resource online for understanding how to use fixit?? I have a bootable FreeBSD 4.7-RELEASE CD-R and I can start an emergency fixit shell on vtty4 (you start it after booting into sysinstall ...using the live filesystem CD... and type Alt-F4 to get to a #

RE: starting daemons at server start

2004-01-04 Thread Micke P
Woohoo! I changed the permissions on my apache shell file and presto- apache now starts on rebooting! Thanks very very much all of you for your very good help. That's one less thing to be frazzled about. Micke --- Marty Landman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: At 02:21 PM 1/4/2004, Micke P wrote:

RE: starting daemons at server start

2004-01-04 Thread Marty Landman
At 06:03 PM 1/4/2004, Micke P wrote: Woohoo! I changed the permissions on my apache shell file and presto- apache now starts on rebooting! Speaking of permissions, I've got my fbsd box set up with apache2 as a local development environment. It's working great and would save me tons of time

[5.2-RC SMP] panic: pmap_invalidate_page/range // no trace yet

2004-01-04 Thread Joerg Pernfuss
Hi guys, let's start from the beginning. I did a minimal install from the 5.1 Release cds, added ports and sources. Cvsup'ed that to RELENG_5_2. After that the box [dual ppro] paniced/rebooted often, but after a while I could get the panic messages. All were of the type: panic: free:

Re: starting daemons at server start

2004-01-04 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Marty Landman [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Speaking of permissions, I've got my fbsd box set up with apache2 as a local development environment. It's working great and would save me tons of time u/l'g and testing changes remotely if I could keep my hands off the darned config. :) I'm not an

Re: starting daemons at server start

2004-01-04 Thread Marty Landman
At 07:23 PM 1/4/2004, Lowell Gilbert wrote: I'm not an expert at Apache, exactly, but I can tell that you need to be more specific about the changes you're making, and why, before anybody can help you find a way to avoid doing that. As I understand it, Apache provides a module called suexec to

Alcatel Speedtouch PC ADSL Modem

2004-01-04 Thread Thomas Storey
Hi, I am trying to setup an Alcatel Speedtouch PC ADSL Modem (its a PCI card) on a computer running FreeBSD 5.1 but I am not sure where to start. Could you please provide me with some info on how to get it working? Like where to get a driver, how to download it, how to install it, what config

Re: Failure to probe devices

2004-01-04 Thread Mike Jeays
Lowell Gilbert wrote: Mike Jeays [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I am not sure what else there is to post. The machine gets to the point where it says something like Probing devices - this may take a while, and then nothing else happens. I read the 5.1 errata, and tried switching from APIC to

Re: [5.2-RC SMP] panic: pmap_invalidate_page/range // no trace yet

2004-01-04 Thread Joerg Pernfuss
Update: - I changed /usr/src/sys/dev/acpica/acpi_pcib.c to v1.34.2.1 [RELENG_5_2] - put out of kernel: NO_MIXED_MODE, ADAPTIVE_MUTEXES, MUTEX_NOINLINE - put in the kernel: DDB, KTRACE, DIAGNOSTIC, INVARIANTS, INVARIANT_SUPPORT WITNESS, WITNESS_DDB, MUTEX_DEBUG, debug symbols

tunnel broker help

2004-01-04 Thread gaspo1
FreeBSD GASPOFWIPV6LAB 4.9-RELEASE FreeBSD 4.9-RELEASE #0: Thu Jan 1 08:04:10 CET 2004 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/src/sys/compile/GASPO i386 --- i want to start a a tunnel broker on my freebsd,But i user that command for route the ipv6 address.. ifconfig gif1 create ifconfig gif1 up gifconfig

Re: HD problems after power outage

2004-01-04 Thread backdoc
A Slow down there, Fast Eddie :). I got it working!!! Basically, I repeated this process about 10 times: o boot -s o fsck /dev/da1s1e (which failed every time) o reboot o ran adaptec utility o repeat Finally, I tried: o boot -s o fsck -p (bingo!!) o mount -u / o mount -a Then, I did

Re: tunnel broker help

2004-01-04 Thread Tuc
I put the following for my Hurricane Electric Tunnel : # # IPV6 # gif_interfaces=gif0 gifconfig_gif0=204.107.90.128 64.71.128.82 ipv6_enable=YES ipv6_ifconfig_gif0=2001:470:1F00:::5E5 2001:470:1F00:::5E4 prefixlen 12 8 ipv6_defaultrouter=2001:470:1F00:::5E4 204.107.90.128 is my IP,

tunnel broker

2004-01-04 Thread gaspo1
i not explain completelly, my problem isnt the setup of normal ipv6, because i have a /32 ipv6 addresss from 6bone,and work perfectly,But i want to open a Privat Tunnel broker on that /32 and give from my Pc to all other pc /friends/lan pc,ecc a /127 /128 of my /32,Like a tunnel broker.

403 Forbidden when trying to access web links within Index of Moody Blues

2004-01-04 Thread SeventhSojourn5
Since the Index of Moody Blues Resources has been updated (website address: http://frisk.org/mbindex/pages/index.html), I have been unable to access the individual links within this web site. I have a Dell 8200 Series Model along with Windows XP, Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.0, AOL 9.0 for

acessing ports from behind firewall

2004-01-04 Thread August Simonelli
Hi all, I'm trying to access the ports collection from my FreeBSD 4.9 server running behind my firewall (Astaro, www.astaro.org). Whenever I run the make install command (or even just try to fetch for ftp) it just times out. A netstat -an shows: 192.168.1.2.1074 208.209.50.18.21

FreeBSD 5.2 and RAID

2004-01-04 Thread Shawn Dillon
I will be upgrading our FreeBSD 5.0 box to 5.2 right away. I would like to install 2 200GB WD IDE drives in a mirror. Basic research has shown me that Vinum should do the trick... Any advice before I take the plunge? TIA ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED]

cant install

2004-01-04 Thread jt
Hello. Not sure if this the right place to ask. Im farely new Unix and never used BSD before. I ran linux red hat like 2 or 3 years ago. Anyway, Im using the i386 version. Ive have not only burned the CDs, Burt also made NUMEROUS burnings of the floppies. Thing is, My machine dont read the CDs