Re: howto put /tmp partition into /md0

2004-10-28 Thread Panagiotis Christias
On Thu, 28 Oct 2004 15:01:44 +1000, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi guys, Has any tuned their freebsd to put the /tmp partition into the memory disk? I have followed the procedures on this url, but no luck to get it working.

Re: GPL vs BSD Licence

2004-10-28 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Thu, Oct 28, 2004 at 12:15:17AM +0100, nbco wrote: On Wednesday 27 October 2004 23:12, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Are people who have written custom GUI front ends for Linux stealing? They're not stealing, they are getting paid for the value that they've added. Are people that sell

Labview and FreeBSD

2004-10-28 Thread Florian Hengstberger
Hi! I bought the latest LabView Version (7) under a restricted student license. To be exact: without linux support. The thing I'm interested in is that my LabView Version runs under MacOS X. Is there a way to get it running under FreeBSD too? Thanks a lot, Florian

Re: Zend Studio Installed Not

2004-10-28 Thread Odhiambo Washington
* Giorgos Keramidas [EMAIL PROTECTED] [20041028 06:13]: wrote: On 2004-10-27 20:56, Jason Dusek [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I tried to install Zend Studio today, but after make all something funny happened: it popped up a window and started asking me questions. I told it to cancel - I'd run

Re: FreeBSD 5.3BETA7 and Disk Woes!!

2004-10-28 Thread Odhiambo Washington
* Kris Kennaway [EMAIL PROTECTED] [20041026 19:44]: wrote: On Tue, Oct 26, 2004 at 12:38:38PM +0300, Odhiambo Washington wrote: Hello experts, [If I haven't provided any info, please let me know what it is and I will] We need exact error messages, from the main console and on the

config MYKERNEL == unknown option ICMP_BANDLIM

2004-10-28 Thread Ben Ben
Dear users, I suspect that the kernel option ICMP_BANDLIM is not included in FreeBSD 5.3 RC1. The response after the command config MYKERNEL is: 'MYKERNEL: unknown option ICMP_BANDLIM' Are the sources simply missing? Greets, Ben The Netherlands

vinum disklabel FBSD 5.2.1....

2004-10-28 Thread matt virus
Hi all! I have (8) maxtor 160gb drives I plan on constructing a vinum raid5 array with. the devices are: ad4ad11 All drives have been fdisk'd and such, ad4s1d.ad11s1d The first step of setting up vinum is changing the disklabel disklabel -e /dev/ad4 The disk label says it has 8

portupgrade and pkgtools.conf

2004-10-28 Thread Uros
Hello! I'm trying to update subversion from ports and I have WITH parameters in my pkgtools.conf 'devel/subversion' = [ 'WITHOUT_NEON=1', 'WITH_APACHE2_APR=1', 'WITH_BERKELEYDB=42' ] but when I do porupgrade subversion it looks like

Re: portupgrade and pkgtools.conf

2004-10-28 Thread Nelis Lamprecht
On Thu, 28 Oct 2004 11:55:06 +0200, Uros [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello! I'm trying to update subversion from ports and I have WITH parameters in my pkgtools.conf 'devel/subversion' = [ 'WITHOUT_NEON=1', 'WITH_APACHE2_APR=1',

Re: portupgrade and pkgtools.conf

2004-10-28 Thread Dick Davies
* Uros [EMAIL PROTECTED] [1054 10:54]: Hello! I'm trying to update subversion from ports and I have WITH parameters in my pkgtools.conf 'devel/subversion' = [ 'WITHOUT_NEON=1', 'WITH_APACHE2_APR=1', 'WITH_BERKELEYDB=42' ] but

Re: howto put /tmp partition into /md0

2004-10-28 Thread Daniel Bye
On Thu, 28 October, 2004 8:13 am, Panagiotis Christias said: On Thu, 28 Oct 2004 15:01:44 +1000, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi guys, Has any tuned their freebsd to put the /tmp partition into the memory disk? I have followed the procedures on this url, but no luck to get it

Re: portupgrade and pkgtools.conf

2004-10-28 Thread Daniel Bye
On Thu, 28 October, 2004 10:55 am, Uros said: Hello! I'm trying to update subversion from ports and I have WITH parameters in my pkgtools.conf 'devel/subversion' = [ 'WITHOUT_NEON=1', 'WITH_APACHE2_APR=1', 'WITH_BERKELEYDB=42' ]

Your email is successfully received

2004-10-28 Thread noreply
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Can't login to Nessus

2004-10-28 Thread Alexandr
I cvsuped my ports tree and install nessus and nessus-plugins. As root a run nessusd and run nessus, when I type my user name and password I get message in concole: SSL_CTX_load_verify_locations: error:02001002:system library:fopen:No such file or directory And get message login failed in

Re: Can't login to Nessus

2004-10-28 Thread Dick Davies
* Alexandr [EMAIL PROTECTED] [1030 12:30]: I cvsuped my ports tree and install nessus and nessus-plugins. As root a run nessusd and run nessus, when I type my user name and password I get message in concole: SSL_CTX_load_verify_locations: error:02001002:system library:fopen:No such file or

Re[2]: portupgrade and pkgtools.conf

2004-10-28 Thread Uros
Hello, Here is my complete pkgtools.conf MAKE_ARGS = { 'databases/p5-BerkeleyDB' = [ 'WITH_BDB_VER=42' ], '*php5*' = [ 'WITHOUT_X11=1' ], 'mail/postfix' = [ 'BATCH=1', 'POSTFIX_OPTIONS=',

Re: Can't login to Nessus

2004-10-28 Thread Alexandr
SSL_CTX_load_verify_locations: error:02001002:system library:fopen:No such file or directory I'd guess it's trying to load an SSL key - did you create them? (by default ISTR nessus talks to the nessusd over SSL). I didn't create SSL keys I don't know nothing about them. Where I cat create

Re: Can't login to Nessus

2004-10-28 Thread Alexandr
On Thu, Oct 28, 2004 at 02:33:55PM +, Alexandr wrote: I cvsuped my ports tree and install nessus and nessus-plugins. As root a run nessusd and run nessus, when I type my user name and password I get message in concole: SSL_CTX_load_verify_locations: error:02001002:system library:fopen:No

duel booting with 2x *nix

2004-10-28 Thread Simon Burke
I know duel booting is really easy to setup these days, but just a thought, I've never duel booted with two *nix OS's so i do not know this. Is it possible to use a single swap partition for multiple distro's on one machine? If so would it impair stability or stuff? And would it be possible to

Re: duel booting with 2x *nix

2004-10-28 Thread Brian Bobowski
Simon Burke wrote: I know duel booting is really easy to setup these days, but just a thought, I've never duel booted with two *nix OS's so i do not know this. Is it possible to use a single swap partition for multiple distro's on one machine? If so would it impair stability or stuff? And would it

Vinum: df -h size and vinum list size not nearly the same

2004-10-28 Thread h0444lp6
Dear list, I do wonder a little about the difference in the size for my /dev/vinum/usr reported by vinum list and df h. I concatenated three 1303MB partitions. vinum list shows as expected a size of 3909MB for volume usr, but df -h shows me only the size 1303MB. Why? TIA zheyu # vinum list 3

Re: EPIA ME-6000

2004-10-28 Thread Walter C. Pelissero
Kjell Midtseter writes: On Thursday, 28 October 2004 at 3:21:26 +0200, Walter C. Pelissero wrote: I'm trying to run FreeBSD 5.3 on a Via EPIA ME-6000, but there are still a couple of things that don't work. First. The PXE loading process is quite slow because it gets stuck for

Re: Vinum: df -h size and vinum list size not nearly the same

2004-10-28 Thread Mark Frasa
h0444lp6 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dear list, I do wonder a little about the difference in the size for my /dev/vinum/usr reported by ¡§vinum list¡¨ and ¡§df ¡Vh¡¨. I concatenated three 1303MB partitions. vinum list shows as expected a size of 3909MB for volume usr, but df -h shows me only

Re: Need some ideas

2004-10-28 Thread Henry Miller
On 10/27/2004 at 16:08 Bob Bomar wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 I am building a machine that connects to my stereo, to play mp3's, and does some other stuff. I am looking a way to add a keypad for fast forward/rewind/stop/play/pause/next/prev, etc. I tried hacking a

Re: duel booting with 2x *nix

2004-10-28 Thread Daniel Bye
On Thu, 28 October, 2004 1:23 pm, Brian Bobowski said: Simon Burke wrote: I know duel booting is really easy to setup these days, but just a thought, I've never duel booted with two *nix OS's so i do not know this. Is it possible to use a single swap partition for multiple distro's on one

Re: snd_neomagic kldloads, then 5.2.1-p11 freezes

2004-10-28 Thread Thomas Beer
Nice, but please stop cross-posting! Cheers Thomas On Thu, 28 Oct 2004 00:32:48 +0200, Jan Stary [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I am running FreeBSD 5.2.1-p11 on a Dell Latitude LS notebook. (See KERNCONF and dmesg at the end.) Nearly everything is working fine, except for the sound

Re: How to connect iBook to my BSD network

2004-10-28 Thread Jonathon McKitrick
On Thu, Oct 28, 2004 at 08:15:26AM +0100, Dick Davies wrote: : * Jonathon McKitrick [EMAIL PROTECTED] [1049 04:49]: : : Hi all, : : I have a 4.10 desktop with a wireless hub that my laptop connects to. It : works perfectly. : : Hey boy - how're things? Great! Wondered where you've

Re: Labview and FreeBSD

2004-10-28 Thread Jeremy Faulkner
On Thu, 2004-10-28 at 07:34, Florian Hengstberger wrote: Hi! I bought the latest LabView Version (7) under a restricted student license. To be exact: without linux support. The thing I'm interested in is that my LabView Version runs under MacOS X. Is there a way to get it running under

Re: How to connect iBook to my BSD network

2004-10-28 Thread Henry Miller
On 10/28/2004 at 14:41 Jonathon McKitrick wrote: On Thu, Oct 28, 2004 at 08:15:26AM +0100, Dick Davies wrote: : * Jonathon McKitrick [EMAIL PROTECTED] [1049 04:49]: : Hang on - you got a basestation? What does it plug into, the link to your ISP : or one of your ethernet ports on the server? Or

Re: How to connect iBook to my BSD network

2004-10-28 Thread Jonathon McKitrick
: Most base stations have a DHCP server, but you need to turn it on. : Read the docs on the base station, then log in and see. I set my base Hmmm. The whole issue is we got this without docs from Ebay. : station so that 192.168.1.n , where 128n256 is assigned by the BS, : and the rest is

atacontrol and SATA RAID

2004-10-28 Thread Giovanni P. Tirloni
Hi, I've a Intel SE7210TP1 motherboard with Adaptec HostRAID and I've created a RAID1 array with 2 SATA disks using the following command: atacontrol create RAID1 ad4 ad6 The system installed on /dev/ar0 just fine and I played a bit with atacontrol detaching and attaching the disks.

Compiling with patches using the ports collectio

2004-10-28 Thread CHris Rich
I'm looking at adding some patches to our qmail installation. But am having troubles finding out exactly how i make the port compile using the patch I'm wanting to use. The port I'm using is qmail-mysql 1.03 we have a patch that we use to compile with it, that replaces the qmail-103.patch file.

Re: How to connect iBook to my BSD network

2004-10-28 Thread Bill Campbell
On Thu, Oct 28, 2004, Henry Miller wrote: ... Most base stations have a DHCP server, but you need to turn it on. Read the docs on the base station, then log in and see. I set my base station so that 192.168.1.n , where 128n256 is assigned by the BS, and the rest is reserved for static IPs.

shared memory

2004-10-28 Thread Mike Hauber
Greetings, I have acquired a mo/bo with a built-in video adapter. Being that I have 768 megs of ram, I _know_ I have plenty of memory to allot to video. BIOS doesn't pass this on to FreeBSD. I have two choices for x. I can use the VESA standard or I can use the S3 video driver (both come

Re: config MYKERNEL == unknown option ICMP_BANDLIM

2004-10-28 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Thu, Oct 28, 2004 at 01:45:28AM -0700, Ben Ben wrote: Dear users, I suspect that the kernel option ICMP_BANDLIM is not included in FreeBSD 5.3 RC1. The response after the command config MYKERNEL is: 'MYKERNEL: unknown option ICMP_BANDLIM' Are the sources simply missing? No, the

Re: Compiling with patches using the ports collectio

2004-10-28 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Thu, Oct 28, 2004 at 09:58:54AM -0500, CHris Rich wrote: I'm looking at adding some patches to our qmail installation. But am having troubles finding out exactly how i make the port compile using the patch I'm wanting to use. The port I'm using is qmail-mysql 1.03 we have a patch that we

Re: RedHat: Buffer Overflow in ls and mkdir

2004-10-28 Thread Jonas Anderson
On Sun, 24 Oct 2004, Thomas Sparrevohn wrote: On Sunday 24 October 2004 23:00, FreeBSD questions mailing list wrote: On 24 okt 2004, at 23:57, RedHat Security Team wrote: Dear RedHat user, huh? I thought I ran FreeBSD... I guess so did I - not really sure that there are any

sendmail just wont work

2004-10-28 Thread nocturnal
Hi I don't think i'll be lying when i say that i've setup close to a hundred FreeBSD servers(or 100 times) and the last one i setup was for a dedicated server customer but it has me stumped cuz sendmail just wont work on it, i used to get some localhost related errors in /var/log/maillog which

Re: sendmail just wont work

2004-10-28 Thread Micheal Patterson
- Original Message - From: nocturnal [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, October 28, 2004 10:31 AM Subject: sendmail just wont work Hi I don't think i'll be lying when i say that i've setup close to a hundred FreeBSD servers(or 100 times) and the last one i

Re: Compiling with patches using the ports collectio

2004-10-28 Thread CHris Rich
See that was how I understood how it worked, but looking in the qmail-mysql directory on previous servers we've used, there isn't a files/patch directory. But what I did find is that in the regular qmail directory that does exist. So does the qmail-mysql port actually compile qmail and it's in

Re: Compiling with patches using the ports collectio

2004-10-28 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Thu, Oct 28, 2004 at 10:54:53AM -0500, CHris Rich wrote: See that was how I understood how it worked, but looking in the qmail-mysql directory on previous servers we've used, there isn't a files/patch directory. But what I did find is that in the regular qmail directory that does exist. So

Resired features/wish list for FreeBSD

2004-10-28 Thread Patrick Dung
Hi First of all, I know that most commiters or contributors contribute their work in their free time. I am not asking for any promise but I just want to discuss possible improvement for FreeBSD. OK, after using FreeBSD for some time, I would like to see FreeBSD have these features/improvements:

Re: Compiling with patches using the ports collectio

2004-10-28 Thread CHris Rich
One more question(hopefully) Has anyone had any experience with compiling the following patch with the qmail-mysql port? the patch is called validrcptto and the website is: http://www3.sympatico.ca/humungusfungus/code/validrcptto.html. There is another patch we have looked at called

Re: Development Resources

2004-10-28 Thread TM4525
In a message dated 10/16/04 5:27:37 PM Eastern Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hello, After looking at the FreeBSD website and looking at docs all over the place, I havent found what I'm looking for, so I decided to mail this list. I am a software developer for Windows, and moving to

Re: dummynet

2004-10-28 Thread TM4525
Why don't you guys stop torturing yourself and wasting $1000s worth of your time and get yourself some real bandwidth management software? Its cheaper in the long run. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

teTeX port problem

2004-10-28 Thread Steven Friedrich
I cvsup'ed my ports yesterday and today, and teTeX won't build. Any hints? % portupgrade teTeX --- Upgrading 'teTeX-2.0.2_5' to 'teTeX-2.0.2_6' (print/teTeX) --- Building '/usr/ports/print/teTeX' === Cleaning for libiconv-1.9.2_1 === Cleaning for gettext-0.13.1_1 === Cleaning for

Re: shared memory

2004-10-28 Thread Chuck Swiger
Mike Hauber wrote: I have acquired a mo/bo with a built-in video adapter. Being that I have 768 megs of ram, I _know_ I have plenty of memory to allot to video. BIOS doesn't pass this on to FreeBSD. [ ... ] I'm bringing up VESA from the kernal and it's giving it 16 megs of ram. Where can I

Re: teTeX port problem

2004-10-28 Thread Steven Friedrich
On Thursday 28 October 2004 12:35 pm, Steven Friedrich wrote: I cvsup'ed my ports yesterday and today, and teTeX won't build. Any hints? % portupgrade teTeX --- Upgrading 'teTeX-2.0.2_5' to 'teTeX-2.0.2_6' (print/teTeX) --- Building '/usr/ports/print/teTeX' === Cleaning for

Hacker activity?

2004-10-28 Thread Steve Suhre
I'm not sure if this is the correct group...but I'm getting some weird activity on the network. The security reports will show 50-100 attempts to login to a server, most as root but some are attempts to login to other seemingly random account names. The login attempts are through ssh or

intltool port complains XML-Parser is missing, but it's not

2004-10-28 Thread Steven Friedrich
For a couple weeks, I haven't been able to build intltool. It complains about XML::Parser... configure: error: XML::Parser perl module is required for intltool But as you can see below, I have p5-XML-Parser-2.34_1 installed. % portupgrade intltool --- Upgrading 'intltool-0.31.2' to

SATA Raid support

2004-10-28 Thread Scott Gerhardt
Can anyone recommend a SATA RAID card that does true hardware RAID and works with 4.10 Release? I can't find any definitive documentation for this... All I seem to find are conflicting or incomplete reports via google and mailing lists. I know the twe driver supports 3Ware Escalade, but does

Re: dummynet

2004-10-28 Thread James Skinner
Why don't you guys stop torturing yourself and wasting $1000s worth of your time and get yourself some real bandwidth management software? Its cheaper in the long run. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: teTeX port problem

2004-10-28 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Thu, Oct 28, 2004 at 12:35:42PM -0400, Steven Friedrich wrote: I cvsup'ed my ports yesterday and today, and teTeX won't build. Any hints? Talk to the port maintainer, that's what they're there for :) Kris pgpQdLgb7w4hh.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: teTeX port problem

2004-10-28 Thread Fernando Gleiser
On Thu, 28 Oct 2004, Steven Friedrich wrote: [32K of previous message trimmed] I failed to mention that I'm running STABLE. You failed to trim your post too. PLEASE trim your posts. Sending a 32k messaje just to add a single line at the very bottom of it is plain bad manners and bad

make buildworld failing

2004-10-28 Thread Jamie
I am upgrading my system from 4.4 REL to 4.10 REL. I cvsupped my source tree over, and after I've got the new source tree, when I go to run make buildworld, it compiles for quite a while, but then eventually it fails: objcopy -S -O binary boot2.out boot2.bin btxld -v -E 0x1000 -f bin -b

sun box

2004-10-28 Thread Kimberley Chrona
Hi there Two very simple questions, can I run FreeBSD on a Sun box and is it possible to run BSD on VMware Kim ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL

Re: sun box

2004-10-28 Thread Tillman Hodgson
On Thu, Oct 28, 2004 at 01:16:10PM -0400, Kimberley Chrona wrote: Hi there Two very simple questions, can I run FreeBSD on a Sun box and is it possible to run BSD on VMware I can't speak to VMware, but you can run FreeBSD on some types of Sun gear (I'm running it on an Ultra 5, for

Re: sun box

2004-10-28 Thread Hexren
KC Hi there KC Two very simple questions, can I run FreeBSD on a Sun box and is it possible to run BSD on VMware KC Kim KC ___ KC [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list KC http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions KC To unsubscribe, send

Re: sun box

2004-10-28 Thread Bob Bomar
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Oct 28, 2004, at 12:16 PM, Kimberley Chrona wrote: Hi there Two very simple questions, can I run FreeBSD on a Sun box and is it possible to run BSD on VMware 1. Yes, It will run on UltraSPARC 1's (Ultra 1/2) And UltraSPARC 2 Processors. I have

re: 7520 Chipset support in 4.x

2004-10-28 Thread Rob Watt
Many of the new MBs from such tiny vendors as Dell and Supermicro are based on the 7520, and word is that FreeBSD 4.x doesn't support it. Is support forthcoming? We have 2 Dell PowerEdge 1850 servers which have the e7520 chipset. They hang consistently in 4.10-RELEASE and below whenever there

Re: EPIA ME-6000

2004-10-28 Thread Kjell Midtseter
On Thursday, 28 October 2004 at 14:21:32 +0200, Walter C. Pelissero wrote: Kjell Midtseter writes: On Thursday, 28 October 2004 at 3:21:26 +0200, Walter C. Pelissero wrote: I'm trying to run FreeBSD 5.3 on a Via EPIA ME-6000, but there are still a couple of things that don't work.

Re: shared memory

2004-10-28 Thread Mike Hauber
On Thursday 28 October 2004 12:39 pm, Chuck Swiger proclaimed: Mike Hauber wrote: I have acquired a mo/bo with a built-in video adapter. Being that I have 768 megs of ram, I _know_ I have plenty of memory to allot to video. BIOS doesn't pass this on to FreeBSD. [ ... ] I'm bringing

Re: Hacker activity?

2004-10-28 Thread Vulpes Velox
On Thu, 28 Oct 2004 10:39:32 -0600 Steve Suhre [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm not sure if this is the correct group...but I'm getting some weird activity on the network. The security reports will show 50-100 attempts to login to a server, most as root but some are attempts to login to other

Re: ATA Slave Devices

2004-10-28 Thread Vlad Tudorache
Lowell Gilbert wrote: Jim Chapman [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I have 2 devices that will not work as slaves. They are a CD-RW drive and an IDE tape drive. They both work fine as masters. They give a message ATA identify retries exceeded during the boot. I have tried different combinations of

Re: Development Resources

2004-10-28 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2004-10-28 12:27, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Listen pal, there's are reason this stuff is free; figure it out for yourself! Dear troll, This is not an acceptable manner of replying to users who ask for help on this list. If you don't have anything constructive to say, then by all means

RE: Is anyone running Novells eDirectory on Freebsd

2004-10-28 Thread Paul Hillen
No answers I guess means either it is a stupid question or a definite NO. Thanks anyway -Original Message- From: Paul Hillen [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, October 26, 2004 1:57 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Is anyone running Novells eDirectory on Freebsd Hi everyone,

shutdown(8): supposed to dismount all FSes?

2004-10-28 Thread Stefek Zaba
Dumb question, which man 8 shutdown and cousins (halt, reboot) don't seem to answer: is incanting shutdown expected to unmount all mounted filesystems, even those mounted interactively (i.e. not listed in /etc/fstab)? I ask because I managed to embarass myself during a trial install of

Re: Hacker activity?

2004-10-28 Thread Henry Miller
On 10/28/2004 at 10:39 Steve Suhre wrote: I'm not sure if this is the correct group...but I'm getting some weird activity on the network. The security reports will show 50-100 attempts to login to a server, most as root but some are attempts to login to other seemingly random account names.

RE: Is anyone running Novells eDirectory on Freebsd

2004-10-28 Thread Robert Huff
Paul Hillen writes: No answers I guess means either it is a stupid question or a definite NO. Not a stupid question but I am omly familiar with NDS, not eDirectory (my last CNE cert was for NetWare 5), but given the nature of the beast I would be quite croggled if it

Strange file appeared in my home directory

2004-10-28 Thread Daniela
I noticed a file called regs in my home directory (which is 21 megs in size) and I have no clue where it comes from. The file format is not recognized by any of the common tools. The creation date was about four days ago, so if I created it, I would have remembered. I looked at the file with

Re: Hacker activity?

2004-10-28 Thread Steve Suhre
Thanks. Right now I'm blocking 66.249.6*.* on the secure server for the cgi script and haven't seen anything for a couple hours. The other intruder is a little slicker and moves around quite a bit. My interest is in the frequency, or lack thereof. Do they attack many sites at once, like spam,

Re: Unable to mount ufs drive after changing drive order

2004-10-28 Thread Ryan Crumley
SOLVED. I removed all entries in fstab except my root and swap. Then removed the entries for the swapped drives from /dev... and rebooted. Once the machine came back up I was able to run fsck on the drives with their new numbers and mount them without issue (using the same commands as I had tried

Re: Strange file appeared in my home directory

2004-10-28 Thread Benjamin Walkenhorst
Hello, Daniela wrote: I noticed a file called regs in my home directory (which is 21 megs in size) and I have no clue where it comes from. The file format is not recognized by any of the common tools. The creation date was about four days ago, so if I created it, I would have remembered. I

Re: Hacker activity?

2004-10-28 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Thu, Oct 28, 2004 at 01:13:14PM -0600, Steve Suhre wrote: Thanks. Right now I'm blocking 66.249.6*.* on the secure server for the cgi script and haven't seen anything for a couple hours. The other intruder is a little slicker and moves around quite a bit. My interest is in the

Re: Strange file appeared in my home directory

2004-10-28 Thread Miguel Mendez
On Thu, 28 Oct 2004 21:13:34 + Daniela [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I noticed a file called regs in my home directory (which is 21 megs in size) and I have no clue where it comes from. The file format is not recognized by any of the common tools. The creation date was about four days

Re: make buildworld failing [ SOLVED ]

2004-10-28 Thread Jamie Ostrowski
On Thu, 28 Oct 2004, Jamie wrote: I am upgrading my system from 4.4 REL to 4.10 REL. I cvsupped my source tree over, and after I've got the new source tree, when I go to run make buildworld, it compiles for quite a while, but then eventually it fails: objcopy -S -O binary boot2.out

Using current port collection on a stable box

2004-10-28 Thread Jean-Francois Bourque
Hi, I want to know if it is possible to use the current port collection (to get the latest software versions) on a stable version FreeBSD (like 4.10)? Thank you, Jean-Francois Bourque | Technical Support | www.soleica.ca 116-1, avenue Laurier / Montreal, Quebec, H2T 2N7 tel: (514)

Re: Development Resources

2004-10-28 Thread TM4525
In a message dated 10/28/04 2:49:23 PM Eastern Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Listen pal, there's are reason this stuff is free; figure it out for yourself! Dear troll, I notice that you conveniently omitted the smiley, you uptight loser. Relax a bit and get off the sauce.

Re: Software or hardware RAID1. (gstripe)

2004-10-28 Thread Thordur I.
First to thank for the replys. They have been very helpful. Second, s/gstripe/gmirror I was reading the gstripe man page just minutes before I wrote the email ;) I think I will go for a hardware raid controler (RAID5 sounds good, but my budget doesn´t really allow me to buy 2x new disks ;).

Re: Hacker activity?

2004-10-28 Thread Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P.
Vulpes Velox wrote: On Thu, 28 Oct 2004 10:39:32 -0600 Steve Suhre [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm not sure if this is the correct group...but I'm getting some weird activity on the network. The security reports will show 50-100 attempts to login to a server, most as root but some are attempts to

gtksourceview-sharp and FreeBSD 5.3 RC1?

2004-10-28 Thread Tom Connolly
Hello list, I tried asking this question on the MonoDevelop list but they tell me to ask on the FreeBSD list so I figured questions was the best place. Has anyone had any luck installing gtksourceview-sharp on FreeBSD? I've successfully installed mono, monodoc, gtksharp but the

Re: Using current port collection on a stable box

2004-10-28 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Thu, Oct 28, 2004 at 04:26:40PM -0400, Jean-Francois Bourque wrote: Hi, I want to know if it is possible to use the current port collection (to get the latest software versions) on a stable version FreeBSD (like 4.10)? Yes, see www.freebsd.org/ports for information about supported

Re: Hacker activity?

2004-10-28 Thread Steve Suhre
Thanks, the log looks similar, except that they don't use foo, they use common names and mostly root. We have the servers secured, but it didn't seem like the method they were using had any chance of success, so I was confused... I think the key is that they're surfing for servers with bad

Re[2]: Finding the Right Sound Driver ...

2004-10-28 Thread Siavash Edrisi
Hi Matt! Thanks a lot again for being so kind to help. My whole system is tonight a little bit out of order. It takes the system more than 2 minutes to boot and I don't get into KDE == Crash! Before this I tried to install some drivers one after another, but in /dev/sndstat I could see no

Re: dummynet

2004-10-28 Thread TM4525
In a message dated 10/28/04 12:52:14 PM Eastern Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Funny, I thought that's what Dummynet did. It seems that you wouldn't want to steer a user into a horribly overpriced closed-source rate-limiting solutuion when it's available for free in the OS. BTW: Nice

Re: GPL vs BSD Licence

2004-10-28 Thread TM4525
In a message dated 10/28/04 4:49:28 PM Eastern Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I don't think that Allot modifies the Linux kernel. I wouldn't expect them to do so and I don't see an obvious reason why they should (*). Obviously some of their custom stuff needs to run inside kernel,

more on the dual monitor setup

2004-10-28 Thread Louis LeBlanc
Hey all. I recently asked a question about a dual monitor setup for my GeForce FX 5200. It has 3 outputs, VGA, DVI and s-video. I'm not getting anything on the DVI output unless I physically unplug the monitor from the VGA output and plug into the DVI. I had the setup as suggested, included

Re: dummynet

2004-10-28 Thread James Skinner
In a message dated 10/28/04 12:52:14 PM Eastern Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Funny, I thought that's what Dummynet did. It seems that you wouldn't want to steer a user into a horribly overpriced closed-source rate-limiting solutuion when it's available for free in the OS. BTW:

Re: GPL vs BSD Licence

2004-10-28 Thread Thomas Sparrevohn
On Thursday 28 October 2004 22:08, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Could you please move the discussion to FreeBSD-chat - now In a message dated 10/28/04 4:49:28 PM Eastern Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I don't think that Allot modifies the Linux kernel. I wouldn't expect them to do

4.9 disk related system hang

2004-10-28 Thread Lucas Sweany
I have a Sun LX50 running FreeBSD 4.9. Its primary function is a Squid caching proxy. It has 2 10k RPM SCSI-3 disks, 74GB each. It has 2 processors, each a P3-1400, and the kernel is SMP enabled. The problem is that every time I start using the second disk for anything significant, like

Re: Troll (was: Development Resources)

2004-10-28 Thread Eihab E. Ibrahim
- Original Message - From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, October 28, 2004 11:33 PM Subject: Re: Development Resources In a message dated 10/28/04 2:49:23 PM Eastern Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Listen pal, there's are reason

Re: EPIA ME-6000

2004-10-28 Thread Walter C. Pelissero
Kjell Midtseter writes: My M-6000's video chip works flawlessly with Xorg. What driver did you specify in the Device Secton of your /etc/X11/xorg.conf file? I didn't. X -configure hash chosen a via driver for me. -- walter pelissero http://www.pelissero.de

Re: dummynet

2004-10-28 Thread Micheal Patterson
- Original Message - From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, October 28, 2004 3:58 PM Subject: Re: dummynet In a message dated 10/28/04 12:52:14 PM Eastern Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Funny, I thought that's what Dummynet

Re: dummynet

2004-10-28 Thread TM4525
In a message dated 10/28/04 5:18:03 PM Eastern Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] I agree with some of that, but unless the person has the

Re: Hacker activity?

2004-10-28 Thread Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P.
Matt Juszczak wrote: I've considered moving to key based systems as well, but is it possible to require both a key and a password? For instance, I find it fairly insecure to setup a single box (lets say my home machine) with all my certs for all my servers. Someone penetrate's my home machine

Re: Troll (was: Development Resources)

2004-10-28 Thread TM4525
The definition of a troll: A purposely stupid, inflammatory, or downright wrong article (closely related to flamebait). Its purpose is to get people mad and make them look stupid and gullible Definition of a Moron: Someone with no sense of humor. :)

Re: dummynet

2004-10-28 Thread TM4525
In a message dated 10/28/04 6:07:18 PM Eastern Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: As far as being nowhere as good as you can buy, take a WatchGuard Firebox X1000 for example, they're pretty popular because they work. People that use them always tell me they prefer them to any *Nix based

Re: Troll (was: Development Resources)

2004-10-28 Thread Jerry McAllister
The definition of a troll: A purposely stupid, inflammatory, or downright wrong article (closely related to flamebait). Its purpose is to get people mad and make them look stupid and gullible Definition of a Moron: Someone with no sense of humor. :) No, it is more like someone

5.3RC1 - /etc/defaults/rc.conf - netfs_types nfsv4

2004-10-28 Thread Pete - Jupiterhosting
I ran into this problem while mounting a netapp with nfsv4 during a reboot. Should /etc/defaults/rc.conf have nfs4 in the netfs_types list? I know I can add it to the extra_netfs_types variable under /etc/rc.conf, but if it's stable code, then it might be wise to add it into the defaults before

Re: Troll (was: Development Resources)

2004-10-28 Thread TM4525
In a message dated 10/28/04 6:42:28 PM Eastern Daylight Time, [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Definition of a Moron: Someone with no sense of humor. :) No, it is more like someone who wastes everyone's time with useless junk just to irritate people. Try doing some real work. Coming from a guy

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