mod_perl with FreeBSD (stock perl vs perl 5.8 port)

2004-01-26 Thread Forrest Aldrich
I'm working with mod_perl-1.x *current* on FreeBSD-4.9. For some time, I've had some difficulty getting this lot to work correctly, as an OBJ (non-DSO). During the compile, I get a slew of Dynaloader-related errors in the linking process. So today, I tried testing the compile using the SYSTEM

Network booting with PXE

2004-01-26 Thread User Mike
I've succesfully put up 4 diskless machines to boot up 4.9-release thru PXE. They all work almost flawlessly. But when I connected an old 1GB hard drive into one of them for swap, as NFS swap is a bit slow, it hangs for some reason at trying to mount the hard drive as / at boot up. Dmesg reports

Re[2]: ARP poisonong. LIVE_MAC

2004-01-26 Thread Alexey Kuzmenko
Hello Lowell, Saturday, January 24, 2004, 5:20:13 PM, you wrote: replies for restricted host causing these hosts (basically windows) not to work in the LAN. LG What an incredibly ugly idea. Why it's ugly?. Imagine that You've built a LAN to provide this service to customers (each PC is a

Pants ported to FreeBSD :-)

2004-01-26 Thread Progga
Now we can wear pants too ;-) Script attached. Khoda Hafez Progga ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: /dev/dsp: Device busy

2004-01-26 Thread anubis
On Sat, 24 Jan 2004 11:54 pm, Geert Hendrickx wrote: Hello, I have a problem playing sounds in FreeBSD. Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't, and then I get the following error message: /dev/dsp: Device busy but lsof | grep dsp yields nothing. Can anyone help me with this mystery?

Re: ideas for an old BSD laptop?

2004-01-26 Thread anubis
On Fri, 23 Jan 2004 5:39 am, Jonathon McKitrick wrote: On Thu, Jan 22, 2004 at 07:23:52PM +1000, anubis wrote: : We have an old laptop and are going to turn it into a music on hold : service for our pabx. : : Will be uploading files to it via ftp and running a cron job to list all : files in

Re: Why BSD?

2004-01-26 Thread anubis
SNIP --DUN DUNH-- Dude, that is the worst sound for an admin to hear. Never heard it while working on any of my bsd boxes. Heard it twice this weekend. Upgrading a windas 2000 sbs to windas 2003 sbs box. Then I went Aiee. I like the fact that freebsd just works with no problems or

Freebsd on a poweredge 1750 (october 2003 model)

2004-01-26 Thread Gary from Amsterdam
Has anyone got this working? Been trying to install 4.9 but cannot get it bootable... Also searching doesn't provide any answers. 5.2 hangs on the install screen (usb seems to not respond). Want a change from debian personally since I like bsd. gary I had this question.

Re: Why BSD?

2004-01-26 Thread anubis
I have to ask: Why FreeBSD rather than Linux? Honest question. It makes you smarter. I learnt more about computing and networking setting up freebsd boxes for 1 month than years of being a gui jockey for the other systems, including linux. Now the tables have been turned. I am in

nOOb: FreeBSD connectivity with Windows 2000

2004-01-26 Thread Mazen S. Alzogbi
Hi, My ISP's DSL package supports only windows 2000. I would like to keep my FreeBSD box alive and buy a dedicated windows machine for connectivity with DSL. I, then, want to hook up my FreeBSD box with the Windows machine (and a Linux laptop) so I can browse the internet using any of them. How

Re: nOOb: FreeBSD connectivity with Windows 2000

2004-01-26 Thread jan . muenther
Hello, with DSL. I, then, want to hook up my FreeBSD box with the Windows machine (and a Linux laptop) so I can browse the internet using any of them. By having a long good look at the handbook on http://www.freebsd.org/handbook. Particularly look for the PPPoE and the

garbled ASCII graphics

2004-01-26 Thread Jeff Elkins
I'm experiencing garbled ASCII graphics under X when running terminal programs such as mc. Specifically, KDE, haven't tried Gnome. How can I fix this? Thanks Jeff Elkins ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

rename shell command

2004-01-26 Thread Andrew Kotsopoulos
Dear FreeBSD I'm looking for the rename shell command for the macosx version of bsd. In redhat and possibly other linux distributions the command renames files and supports wildcards and multiple file conversions, as you most likely know. To be more precise here is the man page: - NAME

Re: rename shell command

2004-01-26 Thread jan . muenther
Two things: First of all, Mac OS X is not BSD. It has a BSD-derived userland, but a microkernel (Darwin) and is generally not quite the same. In any way, you should look into mv and learn basic shell scripting. Regards, J. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED]

where is late (scheduler testing tool)

2004-01-26 Thread Benjamin Lutz
I've been reading Jeff Roberson's ULE paper - very interesting. He uses a tool called late for testing. Where can I find this tool? He says that it should be available in FreeBSDs source repository, but I'm unable to find it. Can anyone point me towards it? Thanks. - Benjamin pgp0.pgp

Re: macromedia plugin question

2004-01-26 Thread Gautam Gopalakrishnan
On Mon, Jan 26, 2004 at 07:26:31PM +1300, Jonathan Chen wrote: On Mon, Jan 26, 2004 at 01:23:12AM +, marlon corleone wrote: We are unable to locate a single Web player that best matches your platform and operating system. Please visit our table of recommended Web players. .

SATA

2004-01-26 Thread Mike Woods
Whats the current state of play with sata in 5.2, I know it's supported and I Know some have had issues, but overall whats the general view on it, what controllers have people had the most luck with, how well supported is SATA Raid ? This may seem random but some time this year I intend to

Re: My USB mouse not working in FreeBSD 5.1

2004-01-26 Thread Shaun Friedle
Hi, My mouse is still not working :( Andrew Boothman wrote: Do a 'ps ax|grep moused' and see if moused is already running Yes, moused is running. Then in your X config you should be able to use /dev/sysmouse I already had /dev/sysmouse in my X config, however moused is not working with my

Re: rename shell command

2004-01-26 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Jan 26, 2004 at 12:03:23PM +0100, Andrew Kotsopoulos wrote: I'm looking for the rename shell command for the macosx version of bsd. In redhat and possibly other linux distributions the command renames files and supports wildcards and multiple file conversions, as you most likely

Re: mod_perl with FreeBSD (stock perl vs perl 5.8 port)

2004-01-26 Thread Rob
Forrest Aldrich asked on Mon Jan 26, 2004: I'm working with mod_perl-1.x *current* on FreeBSD-4.9. For some time, I've had some difficulty getting this lot to work correctly, as an OBJ (non-DSO). During the compile, I get a slew of Dynaloader-related errors in the linking process. So

RE: Why BSD?

2004-01-26 Thread Philip Payne
This is not a troll. I've installed FreeBSD 5.2 on a spare SCSI drive and am compiling kernels, updating ports, etc,etc. Thus far, other than some minor hassles, it's equivilent to my Debian sid. I have to ask: Why FreeBSD rather than Linux? My personal experience. 4 years ago I

RE: ACL:s are disabled upon reboot into multi-user

2004-01-26 Thread Jarosaw Nozderko
And as far as I can find, there is no mount option to enable ACLs that I am supposed to put in /etc/fstab. Hi Peter, did you try to just put acls option in /etc/fstab ? http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/fs-acl.html Regards, Jarek Jaroslaw Nozderko GSM +48 601131870

Re: Spam Assassin?

2004-01-26 Thread Clint Gilders
Here's how I have spam assassin setup on my mail server. I installed spam assassin using perl's CPAN module, so I'm not sure how different it is from the ports install. You need to have the spam assassin daemon (spamd) running. I imagine the port installs a startup script in

Re: rename shell command

2004-01-26 Thread parv
in message [EMAIL PROTECTED], wrote Andrew Kotsopoulos thusly... I'm looking for the rename shell command for the macosx version of bsd. In redhat and possibly other linux distributions the command renames files and supports wildcards and multiple file conversions, as you most likely know.

just asking..??

2004-01-26 Thread keinth
hello.. i'm hatiminnur aljani, a student of AMA at the Phillippines.. im currently enrolled in a subject called operating systems.. and luckily, i was assigned to research about freebsd. i already downloaded the handbook using freebsd from your website: www.freebsd.org... but i know it would

pure-ftpd--ipf--jail--TLS

2004-01-26 Thread Hiren
greetings. i have setup a pure-ftpd server in a jail allowing only TLS connections. i am using clients like coreftpd lite, i notice that i can successfully log into the server yet basic commands like list refuse to work. i also noticed that everything worked great as soon as i used the server

Postfix+TLS+SASL

2004-01-26 Thread Martin Hudec
Hello all, I have postfix with tls and sasl2. I am trying to use KMail with TLS + DIGEST-MD5 authentication set to send emails using localhost as mailserver. I did set: saslpasswd2 -a postfix -u aeternal.net -c corwin it created sasldb2.db but it shows in logfile following: Jan 26 14:40:02

Re: rename shell command

2004-01-26 Thread Jonathan T. Sage
I'm looking for the rename shell command for the macosx version of bsd. In redhat and possibly other linux distributions the command renames files and supports wildcards and multiple file conversions, as you most likely know. Couldn't resist a bit of a plug. I have something that will do this

Re: open office install fails after two days of installing

2004-01-26 Thread chip
Chris Pressey wrote: On Sun, 25 Jan 2004 22:32:27 -0800 chip [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Okay, I downloaded and installed the .tbz file, moved it to /usr/local and ran pkg_add. It finished, and the instructions on the screen say to just run openoffice on the command line and answer a few

Re: Spam Assassin?

2004-01-26 Thread Robert Woolley
Though I've not actually used it myself, I did once look at the documentation. I don't think you do actually need spamd, the normal way is to have procmail run spamassassin directly as a perl script. Spamc is a lightweight c-coded frontend that connects to spamd over a socket; it eliminates the

Re: rename shell command

2004-01-26 Thread Cordula's Web
I'm looking for the rename shell command for the macosx version of bsd. In redhat and possibly other linux distributions the command renames files and supports wildcards and multiple file conversions, as you most likely know. To be more precise here is the man page: Here's a script in

Re: Spam Assassin?

2004-01-26 Thread Clint Gilders
Robert Woolley wrote: I can't recall how you pass an email to the SA perl script, but google should turn it up. You are correct. To directly call the spamassassin script your .procmailrc call could have something like: #This will process the mail and flag it :0fw spamassassin.lock * 256000

build gtk20 from src

2004-01-26 Thread Brian H
I am trying to build gtk20, but I run into the following error. It appears that all I need to do is add the directory containing `atk.pc' to the PKG_CONFIG_PATH. I don't know exactly what that means or how to do that? Any thougts? Thanks, Brian ...snip checking for glib-2.0 = 2.1.4 atk = 1.0.1

Re: Spam Assassin? Fix

2004-01-26 Thread Clint Gilders
I left out the ':' after :Ofw Should be #This will process the mail and flag it :0fw: spamassassin.lock * 256000 |/usr/bin/spamassassin -- Clint Gilders [EMAIL PROTECTED] Director of Technology Services OnlineHobbyist.com, Inc. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED]

dnsmasq

2004-01-26 Thread Pons
Hi I want to creat a startup script and place it under /usr/local/etc/rc.d/dnsmasq.sh to run /usr/local/sbin/dnsmasq at startup any help in this issue? Thanks ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: how to get rid of ^M character using vi

2004-01-26 Thread Jerry McAllister
how do i get rid of this annoying character ^M using vi, in pico i used the arguments '-w' but what about in vi? Those are extra carriage return characters generally displayed as CR or ^M or \r depending on which programmers convention is being used. There are lots of ways to strip then

Re: System Startup Messages

2004-01-26 Thread Lance E. Lott
type: dmesg Lance At 11:54 PM 1/23/2004, you wrote: I'm running a FreeBSD machine with no head (e.g. no monitor installed to the machine). Is there a way to view the statup messages from the system once the machine is up and running via SSH? What is the name of the file that would have the

Re: garbled ASCII graphics

2004-01-26 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Jan 26), Jeff Elkins said: I'm experiencing garbled ASCII graphics under X when running terminal programs such as mc. Specifically, KDE, haven't tried Gnome. Make sure you aren't resetting your TERM variable in any shell startup scripts. I believe xterm will provide

Re: a few words on BIOS/FDISK geometry

2004-01-26 Thread Jerry McAllister
Wow, Have you put this up as a FAQ somewhere? It seems like a good idea to do so. jerry I find most of the BIOS/MBR/FDISK disk geometry gospel that has recently appeared in freebsd-questions to be confusing if not actually incorrect. In the interest of world peace of mind, I feel

Re: Spam Assassin?

2004-01-26 Thread Eric F Crist
On Sunday 25 January 2004 08:45 pm, Matt Emmerton wrote: As for your subscriber opt-out, this is easy to do. When SpamAssassin runs, it creates a ~/.spamassassin directory in each user's homedir account. In here there is a file called user_prefs, which contains per-user configuration. To

Re: mod_perl with FreeBSD (stock perl vs perl 5.8 port)

2004-01-26 Thread Forrest Aldrich
No, use /usr/bin/perl (SYSTEM) versus /usr/local/bin/perl and adjust my makepl_args file accordingly. At 06:39 AM 1/26/2004, you wrote: Forrest Aldrich asked on Mon Jan 26, 2004: I'm working with mod_perl-1.x *current* on FreeBSD-4.9. For some time, I've had some difficulty getting this lot

Re: garbled ASCII graphics

2004-01-26 Thread Jeff Elkins
On Monday 26 January 2004 10:30 am, Dan Nelson wrote: In the last episode (Jan 26), Jeff Elkins said: I'm experiencing garbled ASCII graphics under X when running terminal programs such as mc. Specifically, KDE, haven't tried Gnome. Make sure you aren't resetting your TERM variable in any

Configuring IP address aliasing

2004-01-26 Thread Mike
Greetings, I have 2 Redhat-9 servers that I'd like to migrate to FreeBSD in the next 3 months. So I've set-up a test server (FreeBSD-4.9 STABLE) and I'm in the midst of loading 3rd party applications (via ports) to test their operation compared to the RH-9 servers. I have a question about

Re: Configuring IP address aliasing

2004-01-26 Thread Alex Zbyslaw
Mike wrote: # ifconfig -a ed0: flags=8843UP,BROADCAST,RUNNING,SIMPLEX,MULTICAST mtu 1500 inet 192.168.1.40 netmask 0xff00 broadcast 192.168.1.255 # ifconfig ed0 alias 192.168.1.41 netmask 255.255.255.0 broadcast 192.168.1.255 ifconfig: ioctl (SIOCAIFADDR): File exists [using same

Re: Network booting with PXE

2004-01-26 Thread Nathan Kinkade
On Sun, Jan 25, 2004 at 08:27:38PM +0200, User Mike wrote: I've succesfully put up 4 diskless machines to boot up 4.9-release thru PXE. They all work almost flawlessly. But when I connected an old 1GB hard drive into one of them for swap, as NFS swap is a bit slow, it hangs for some reason at

Re: open office install fails after two days of installing

2004-01-26 Thread Nathan Kinkade
On Mon, Jan 26, 2004 at 06:29:44AM -0800, chip wrote: Chris Pressey wrote: On Sun, 25 Jan 2004 22:32:27 -0800 chip [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Okay, I downloaded and installed the .tbz file, moved it to /usr/local and ran pkg_add. It finished, and the instructions on the screen say to

Re: Configuring IP address aliasing

2004-01-26 Thread jan . muenther
Hello, I found the reference to using the 255.255.255.255 netmask via Google, however, I have Michael Lucas's book Absolute BSD and reference on pages 103 104 (on IP aliasing) clearly show using the same netmask as the real interface when creating IP aliases. This book is blatantly wrong

Re: Configuring IP address aliasing

2004-01-26 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Jan 26, 2004 at 08:40:18AM -0800, Mike wrote: QUESTION: Why do I use a different netmask (255.255.255.255) for a IP alias on FreeBSD? Why isn't 255.255.255.0 used? It's all about routing of outgoing packets. Unlike linux, you can't use the route(8) command to set up a route to a

Re: recovering partitions (not slices), is it possible? (Solution)

2004-01-26 Thread Jos M. Fandio
Hello again, I was able to recover all deleted partitions :) I found this program http://ls.si.ru/freebsd/find-super-blocks.c it provides me sufficient information for recreating both partitions. From another FreeBSD machine it was as easy as: prue5# ./find-super-blocks /dev/ad2s2 FS_MAGIC at

CPU or network bound? (Thin clients)

2004-01-26 Thread Jonathon McKitrick
I decided to take one of the suggestions here for what to do with my old laptop. I'm going to set it up with ssh X forwarding and connect to my much faster desktop machine. My wife wants a couple of apps I will have to install Wine for on the desktop. If I were to use the laptop as a thin

Re: SATA

2004-01-26 Thread Chad Leigh -- Shire.Net LLC
On Jan 26, 2004, at 4:27 AM, Mike Woods wrote: Whats the current state of play with sata in 5.2, I know it's supported and I Know some have had issues, but overall whats the general view on it, what controllers have people had the most luck with, how well supported is SATA Raid ? This may

OT: Roller blogger trouble?

2004-01-26 Thread Goodleaf, John M
Hello, Is anyone running the Roller Weblogger? (It's a Java/Struts based blog program.) I have FreeBSD 4.9, with a fresh install of Tomcat 5.0.16. It works and serves its root page quite nicely, also the manager page, which is pretty cool. I've tried to install Roller 0.9.8.1. There's not much to

Re: System Startup Messages

2004-01-26 Thread Yuri GV
On Mon, 26 Jan 2004 09:20:45 -0600, Lance E. Lott [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: type: dmesg Lance At 11:54 PM 1/23/2004, you wrote: I'm running a FreeBSD machine with no head (e.g. no monitor installed to the machine). Is there a way to view the statup messages from the system once the machine is

Re: garbled ASCII graphics

2004-01-26 Thread Yuri GV
I've got a problem with pseudographic in terms under KDE 3.1 too. I'll try enableXft=false now. So, isn't it thing that has to be solved by maintainers? People like to use MC. breath On Monday 26 January 2004 10:30 am, Dan Nelson wrote: In the last episode (Jan 26), Jeff Elkins said: I'm

Re: macromedia plugin question

2004-01-26 Thread Gary Kline
On Mon, Jan 26, 2004 at 10:15:06PM +1100, Gautam Gopalakrishnan wrote: On Mon, Jan 26, 2004 at 07:26:31PM +1300, Jonathan Chen wrote: On Mon, Jan 26, 2004 at 01:23:12AM +, marlon corleone wrote: We are unable to locate a single Web player that best matches your platform and operating

XDMCP and starting XFree on boot

2004-01-26 Thread Benjamin Walkenhorst
Hello everybody, I am currently trying to set up an XDMCP-remote-login. I have two machines at home, but only one screen, so I want to be able to log into both machines via xdm. So far I've set up the headless machine to run xdm and added * CHOOSER BROADCAST to Xacces on that machine. It

Kernel Panic (0xc023cad6 is in vm_map_delete)

2004-01-26 Thread Adam
Hello, I woke up to a page this morning stating that a system was unreachable, when looking at the logs I found that the the system crashed. The system is an Intel P4, 400 FSB, with 2 GB of physical memory, 4 GB of swap, has a promise raid controller, and runs with hyperthreading enabled on

Is there any way to decrease size of the partition?

2004-01-26 Thread Vasenin Alexander aka BlackSir
I need to downgrade one of my FreeBSD systems. Now it hosted by comp with 40Gb HDD. 'New' computer cannot handle such big HDD, maximum - 32Gb. So, I'll plan to set 32_Gb_clip jumper on this drive. The question is - is there any way do decrease size of /usr partition from 36Gb to 28Gb(It almost

Re: a few words on BIOS/FDISK geometry

2004-01-26 Thread Yuri GV
Yea, it must must be implemented as a doc. Wow, Have you put this up as a FAQ somewhere? It seems like a good idea to do so. jerry I find most of the BIOS/MBR/FDISK disk geometry gospel that has recently appeared in freebsd-questions to be confusing if not actually incorrect. In the

Re: recovering partitions (not slices), is it possible? (Solution)

2004-01-26 Thread ANISH MISTRY
scan_ffs (sysutil/scan_ffs) was ported from OpenBSD a few weeks ago, and it is in the ports (good thing for a fixit cd.) :) -- Anish Mistry - Original Message - From: José M. Fandiño [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Monday, January 26, 2004 12:48 pm Subject: Re: recovering partitions (not

Re: just asking..??

2004-01-26 Thread Jonathan Chen
On Sun, Jan 25, 2004 at 10:18:40PM -0800, keinth wrote: hello.. i'm hatiminnur aljani, a student of AMA at the Phillippines.. im currently enrolled in a subject called operating systems.. and luckily, i was assigned to research about freebsd. i already downloaded the handbook using

Re: macromedia plugin question

2004-01-26 Thread Jonathan Chen
On Mon, Jan 26, 2004 at 10:43:02AM -0800, Gary Kline wrote: [...] Just wondering... Is anybody working on a reverse-engineered (100% clean) version of all this macromedia stuff? ... There's www/flashplugin - but no work has been done on it for years. -- Jonathan Chen

Debugger for XSLT ?

2004-01-26 Thread Al Johnson
I'm learning XSLT and thought a debugger might be helpful. Are there any tools in ports to debug or single-step through XSLT transforms? _ Let the new MSN Premium Internet Software make the most of your high-speed experience.

Re: Debugger for XSLT ?

2004-01-26 Thread Cordula's Web
I'm learning XSLT and thought a debugger might be helpful. Are there any tools in ports to debug or single-step through XSLT transforms? Most XSLT processors include debug flags that generate verbose output. Which processor are you using? -- Cordula's Web. http://www.cordula.ws/

No disks found! in Sysinstall despite of supported IDE Controller

2004-01-26 Thread Ben Koopmanschap
Hello Everybody! I have a Pentium 4 2,66 GHz, 512 MB RAM, 80 GB UDMA HardDisk which in Linux is recognized to have a Intel 82801DB Ultra ATA Storage Controller (IDE). For more details about the chipset and other things, one can eventually visit:

winbind under 5.2

2004-01-26 Thread Will Saxon
Heloo, I am trying to use the winbind functions of Samba on a 5.2-RELEASE system. I am able to enumerate users and groups per the documentation using wbinfo -u/-g, although while the examples show the output as being 'DOMAIN+user' or 'DOMAIN+group' I do not see the 'DOMAIN' part. I have

Re: macromedia plugin question

2004-01-26 Thread Guillaume Paquet
Gary Kline wrote: On Mon, Jan 26, 2004 at 10:15:06PM +1100, Gautam Gopalakrishnan wrote: On Mon, Jan 26, 2004 at 07:26:31PM +1300, Jonathan Chen wrote: On Mon, Jan 26, 2004 at 01:23:12AM +, marlon corleone wrote: We are unable to locate a single Web player that best matches your platform

Re: Is there any way to decrease size of the partition?

2004-01-26 Thread Jeff Elkins
On Monday 26 January 2004 2:40 pm, Jonathan Chen wrote: On Mon, Jan 26, 2004 at 10:01:08PM +0300, Vasenin Alexander aka BlackSir wrote: I need to downgrade one of my FreeBSD systems. Now it hosted by comp with 40Gb HDD. 'New' computer cannot handle such big HDD, maximum - 32Gb. So, I'll plan

Re: Question about Postfix + Cyrus-IMAPD

2004-01-26 Thread Reko Turja
- Original Message - From: Jason Williams [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] I've been able to get Postfix and Cyrus to gel correctly with my recent testing. However, I have a question about one thing that continues to pop up my my message logs. Jan 26 09:48:19 obsidian

web interface for a freebsd dial-up box

2004-01-26 Thread simon
I am currently using a Linux box running IPCOP to dial-up to my ISP. I would like to upgrade to freebsd. Is there a simple web interface or perl script I can use with freebsd to bring dial-on-demand on/off. I don't want to ssh into the freebsd box. Thanks.

Re: Configuring IP address aliasing

2004-01-26 Thread Mike
Matthew Seaman wrote: On Mon, Jan 26, 2004 at 08:40:18AM -0800, Mike wrote: QUESTION: Why do I use a different netmask (255.255.255.255) for a IP alias on FreeBSD? Why isn't 255.255.255.0 used? It's all about routing of outgoing packets. Unlike linux, you can't use the route(8) command to

Apple?

2004-01-26 Thread joost knetsch
Hello, i wonder if its possible to install freebsd on a apple computer? I have a G4 500mhz macintosh. ?? i need it to config the machine as a 'node' for wireless internet distubution. thanks joost knetsch Mini and Apple is all what you need for a happy life. And offcourse my girlfriend.:-P

Re: Apple?

2004-01-26 Thread lbland
On Jan 26, 2004, at 3:55 PM, joost knetsch wrote: i wonder if its possible to install freebsd on a apple computer? I have a G4 500mhz macintosh. hi- did you try darwin? http://developer.apple.com/darwin/ -lance ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

[kinda ot] writing the date into a file when saving it

2004-01-26 Thread rob_spellberg
dear sir or madam --- this may be a vi question, but i'd like to be editor-independent, if possible. i want to self-document source code files when i write them to disk. this would include such things as path and modification time. ideally, within vi, i would like to have :w run a script [

How to tell Fetch command to use specific port #

2004-01-26 Thread JJB
The Fetch command is an wrapper for FTP. It seems to default to passive mode because my firewall logs it going out on port 21 followed by the data channel on ports 1024. Is there some way to force fetch to use port 5999 all the time for it's data channel?

Problem update 4.7 STABLE-4.9

2004-01-26 Thread Martin Schweizer
Hello After make buildworld the following occurs: mkmagic: magic, 35458: offset branch1.1.1; invalid mkmagic: magic, 35458: type branch 1.1.1; invalid mkmagic: magic, 35459: offset access; invalid mkmagic: magic, 35459: type access; invalid mkmagic: magic, 35460: offset symbols invalid

Re: macromedia plugin question

2004-01-26 Thread Gary Kline
On Mon, Jan 26, 2004 at 03:19:34PM -0500, Guillaume Paquet wrote: Gary Kline wrote: Just wondering... Is anybody working on a reverse-engineered (100% clean) version of all this macromedia stuff? ... www/linuxpluginwrapper works with linux flash 6 and acrobat reader 5.

BIND 9.2.3 error in chroot

2004-01-26 Thread Robert Fitzpatrick
Installed the BIND 9.2.3 port and trying to setup in chroot, getting this error: unable to convert errno to isc_result: 6: I found info on the web about generating the /dev/random correctly for the version I am running. I used 'mknod random c 2 3'. I followed this example, but still getting the

RE: How to get out of Africa?

2004-01-26 Thread Scott Hiemstra
Become root cd /stand ./sysinstall select Configure select Time Zone And that will put you into the same interface you selected africa with. Have fun, Scott -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Wayne M Barnes Sent: Tuesday, October 21, 2003

Re: problem with afd0: reading primary partition table: error reading fsbn 0

2004-01-26 Thread Lowell Gilbert
yew chin [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: yeah, i just install freebsd 4.8 and i have a floppy disk. So, is the floppy disk causing the problem? or is there any fix for this? afd0 isn't a normal floppy disk. If you have a typical floppy disk, you should be able to just disable the afd0 device

Re: Fwd: Help: tar find

2004-01-26 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Thu, Oct 23, 2003 at 08:25:20AM -0600, Steve D wrote: On Wed, Oct 22, 2003 at 10:43:50PM -0600, Scott Gerhardt wrote: I am having trouble combining the tar and find command. I want to tar and delete all .bak,.Bak,.BAK files. I am using the following command but keep receiving

Re: Upgrading the kernel

2004-01-26 Thread Robert H. Perry
Ryan Thompson wrote: Robert H. Perry wrote to FreeBSD-Questions: I'm upgrading from 4.7 RELEASE to 4.8 RELEASE soon. My understanding is that once you have built the world with buildworld, it's time to build and install the new kernel. In your scenario, yes, you'll definitely want to

Mozilla crashes with ASP sites

2004-01-26 Thread Brian Reichholf
i've been googleing on this for quite a while now, and i find it rather annoying: i've just installed mozilla 1.5 from the ports a day or two ago but it strikes me as _very_ odd that when i load up an .asp page that mozilla crashes entirely. has anybody else experienced this problem? or does

Re: 0: unknown option MAXUSERS config

2004-01-26 Thread Ben Palumbo
Thanks for the suggestions, now I get a new and different error: palumbo# cd /usr/src palumbo# make buildkernel KERNCONF=SECONDKERNEL make: don't know how to make buildkernel. Stop also I noticed that /usr/src/sys/i386/conf/LINT is not there. Just wondering if I should re-download some of the

Re: pop3 and socket 110

2004-01-26 Thread Robin Schoonover
On Sun, 26 Oct 2003 17:23:34 -0800, Gary Kline [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Trying to install a GUI MUA has me wedged ... and lost!! I've been trying to get the mozilla mail/news suite to work for a long time--well, on and off! I finally installed cucipop on

5.1 Works but 4.x fails .. :s

2004-01-26 Thread Wout A.
Hi, I'm trying to install FreeBSD 4.9-RC4 on a amd k6/2 333mhz with a seagate 10gb hdd and 64M ram. When I partition my hdd and it 'should' start formatting the disk, I get these errors: Unable to swap to /dev/ad0s1b: invalid arg Unable to make new root fs on /dev/ad0s1a! Couldn't make fs

Re: Load Average more than 400

2004-01-26 Thread Daniela
On Tuesday 28 October 2003 17:05, Varshavchick Alexander wrote: Hi gurus, can you please hint as what parameters I have monitor to find the cause of sudden splashes of load of a FreeBSD 4.6.2-RELEASE server? This box is acting as a database/mysql server and periodically goes up to 400 of load

TTF editor for FreeBSD?

2004-01-26 Thread Cordula's Web
Hello, I'm looking for a ttf (truetype fonts) editor on FreeBSD. Any idea? Thanks. -- Cordula's Web. http://www.cordula.ws/ ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail

Re: Overheating attributed to Freebsd --sysctl variables not available--

2004-01-26 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Nov 03, 2003 at 09:53:29PM -0500, Jud wrote: On Mon, 3 Nov 2003 19:57:38 -0500, nw1 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Basically, the machine is overheating (I believe) because the cpu's aren't cycling down. Previously I was able to cycle the processors down with the following sysctl

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Freebsd Server Reboots every so often

2004-01-26 Thread chris souza
Hello, My server keeps rebooting every so often. I'm running FreeBSD 4.5-RELEASE FreeBSD 4.5-RELEASE #0: Wed May 1 21:54:31 GMT 2002 Here are the messages from my logs, any help would be appreciated. Thanks Chris Nov 4 19:25:12 ns /kernel: ad0s1f: hard error reading fsbn 51718335 of

FreeBSD 4.8 + DVD drive error

2004-01-26 Thread bryan cassidy
Just bought a Pioneer DVD drive. I hook the DVD drive up, go to the bios and set everything to *defaults* and make sure that *ATAPI CD-ROM drive* is set to the first bootable device. I don't know why it says ATAPI-CD-ROM drive. Shouldn't it say DVD cause I replaced the cdrom with the dvd-rom?

Re: MPD problems connecting to a Cisco 3000 concentrator

2004-01-26 Thread Joe Marcus Clarke
On Sun, 2003-11-09 at 19:16, Joe Marcus Clarke wrote: The packets aren't even going out on the wire, so the problem looks to be on the mpd side encrypting the packets (that is, in my sniffer trace, I never see any GRE packets going out to the concentrator). Sorry, I was sniffing on the

Turtle Beach sound card

2004-01-26 Thread LM
Has anyone had any luck getting the Turtle Beach Santa Cruz sound card working under FreeBSD? I added device pcm and device csa to the kernel and rebuilt it. I did a ./MAKEDEV snd0. I haven't been able to hear anything threw the speakers. dmesg.boot has the following info: csa0: Crystal

Re: Mount SMB share on bootup

2004-01-26 Thread Edward Epstein
Lines prefixed with are what Chirhart, Brian wrote. Ed - that worked great... Thanks!! I am not sure what I did, but it worked. What language is that script in? It isn't perl - is it C? No, it's a simple bourne script. If you put bourne shell scripting into Google, you will get tutorials

RE: video guru needed - installing driver for ATI 3D Rage IIC AGP

2004-01-26 Thread Olivier Cherrier
-Message d'origine- De : Charles Howse [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Envoyé : jeudi 13 novembre 2003 17:26 À : Questions Objet : video guru needed - installing driver for ATI 3D Rage IIC AGP Hi, I've done as much research as I can on this, I need to enable xv support for my video card, so

Re: unrecognized hardware with 5.1

2004-01-26 Thread Olaf Hoyer
On Sun, 16 Nov 2003, Kent Stewart wrote: On Sunday 16 November 2003 08:17 am, Jackie S. McCracken wrote: I'm trying to build a Dell 1750 with 5.1. After the kern and mfsroot floppies have loaded and the system starts to come up it reports an unrecognized chip set then once I try to run

Re: Formatting an email for this list using vi

2004-01-26 Thread Gary
Hi Frederick, --On Monday, November 17, 2003 09:58:00 AM +1100 Frederick Bowes [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have just started learning to use vi, and remember someone posting something a while ago about how to re-format an email reply to have proper 60 character width or something like that, does

RE: Network messaging

2004-01-26 Thread Marty Landman
At 04:21 PM 11/19/2003, Feltis, Ralph C. wrote: Ahh yes, I see how preparing an elegant solution would provide greater flexibility. However, Cordula's solution (ssh [EMAIL PROTECTED] strings somefile) is about a 15 second fix, whereas setting up a server is, well, not so much a 15 second fix.

Re: Weird Problem...

2004-01-26 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Please don't top-post. Peter Elsner [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Thanks, that's my next attempt. I don't have NAT running right now, but didn't think it was required unless I have the firewall enabled. I usually enable that after I get everything else up and running. NAT has nothing to do with

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