Re: About zh_CN-acroread7-7.0.1_1,1 port

2006-03-08 Thread Hiroki Sato
Yuan Jue [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in [EMAIL PROTECTED]: yu On Wednesday 08 March 2006 15:04, Hiroki Sato wrote: yu Please run it from /usr/X11R6/bin/acroread instead. yu yu Thanks for your quick reply. yu yu when I run from there, it shows: yu yu YuanJue@/etc$ cd /usr/X11R6/bin/ yu

Re: About zh_CN-acroread7-7.0.1_1,1 port

2006-03-08 Thread Yuan Jue
On Wednesday 08 March 2006 16:56, Hiroki Sato wrote: Yuan Jue [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote yu YuanJue@/etc$ cd /usr/X11R6/bin/ yu YuanJue@/usr/X11R6/bin$ ./acroread yu !fatal: acroread binary not found. yu YuanJue@/usr/X11R6/bin$ yu yu what is wrong? You need ADOBE_LANG=CHS or LANG=zh_CN.*

Re: Trying to patch a beautiful desktop

2006-03-08 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2006-03-08 05:34, Kristian Vaaf [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello! I've done some research on how to make ones desktop look the best, without being too bloated in terms of looks and functionality but still classify as good design and give users a smooth experience. I've found that if

Installing FreeBSD with hw SATA RAID-1

2006-03-08 Thread Erik Norgaard
Hi: I am new on RAID, I googled a bit on how to install freebsd with RAID-1. But I found mostly references to software raid, and I have a CERC SATA RAID controler (6 channel). Is this because hardware RAID-1 Just Works (TM)? or how do I make sure that my raid is actually used and not just

Re: portmanager core dumps

2006-03-08 Thread F. Even - fbsd-questions
On Sunday 08 January 2006 18:30, Robert Marella wrote: Good Afternoon At times when in a hurry or not thinking as fast as my fingers, I try to run portupgrade -s | grep OLD from a regular user account instead of sudo portupgrade -s | grep OLD. do you mean portmanager -s | grep OLD by any

Translate Linux iptables to Freebsd pf ?

2006-03-08 Thread Frank Bonnet
Hello Does anyone knows a tool that could translate iptables rules to FreeBSD pf rules ? Or if it does not exists, some examples are welcome. Thank you -- Regards ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: Translate Linux iptables to Freebsd pf ?

2006-03-08 Thread Erik Norgaard
Frank Bonnet wrote: Does anyone knows a tool that could translate iptables rules to FreeBSD pf rules ? maybe fwbuilder would work, but I would prefer not to use it. Or if it does not exists, some examples are welcome. Have you tried the pf user's guide? Has samples also:

Re: Translate Linux iptables to Freebsd pf ?

2006-03-08 Thread Frank Bonnet
Erik Norgaard wrote: Frank Bonnet wrote: Does anyone knows a tool that could translate iptables rules to FreeBSD pf rules ? maybe fwbuilder would work, but I would prefer not to use it. Or if it does not exists, some examples are welcome. Have you tried the pf user's guide? Has samples

Re: Can't get nForce4 SATA RAID working

2006-03-08 Thread Fluffles
Anyone can help me please? Original Message Hi guys! I hope you can help me with this, i've been at it for hours now. I want to use my RAID array (striping or mirroring) for FreeBSD. But the problem is: it doesn't work properly. My config: Asrock K8NF4G-SATA2 - nVidia

Re: Can't get nForce4 SATA RAID working

2006-03-08 Thread Alex Zbyslaw
Fluffles wrote: Anyone can help me please? If you don't get any replies on questions, try the hardware mailing list (you might have to subscribe first) and if *that* fails, try submitting a PR. I assume you've tried google? hth, --Alex ___

Iomega REV drive support on freebsd.

2006-03-08 Thread Alvaro Rosales
Hi guys, Have any of you successfullly set up and configured an Iomega Rev drive on FreebSD?. Is there support for it?. Thanks in advance for your answers. ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: Installing FreeBSD with hw SATA RAID-1

2006-03-08 Thread Alex Zbyslaw
Erik Norgaard wrote: Hi: I am new on RAID, I googled a bit on how to install freebsd with RAID-1. But I found mostly references to software raid, and I have a CERC SATA RAID controler (6 channel). Is this because hardware RAID-1 Just Works (TM)? or how do I make sure that my raid is

Re: Can't get nForce4 SATA RAID working

2006-03-08 Thread Enlightenment
Alex Zbyslaw wrote: If you don't get any replies on questions, try the hardware mailing list (you might have to subscribe first) and if *that* fails, try submitting a PR. I assume you've tried google? Yes, ofcourse. :) And i thought about submitting a PR, but i wanted community feedback

Re: Installing FreeBSD with hw SATA RAID-1

2006-03-08 Thread Erik Norgaard
Alex Zbyslaw wrote: If the controller is supported, then it should just work, but unless there is a CLI which works for FreeBSD then you won't be able to do things like rebuild the RAID from within FreeBSD, only from its BIOS. It looks like the controller is supported by the aac driver so

Re: About zh_CN-acroread7-7.0.1_1,1 port

2006-03-08 Thread Yuan Jue
On Wednesday 08 March 2006 15:04, Hiroki Sato wrote: Yuan Jue [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in [EMAIL PROTECTED]: yu Hi. yu yu The current zh_CN-acroread7-7.0.1_1,1 port in port trees cannot work yu on my FreeBSD 6.0. I can make it and install it, but when run it in yu

Re: Translate Linux iptables to Freebsd pf ?

2006-03-08 Thread Pietro Cerutti
On 3/8/06, Frank Bonnet [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello Hi Frank, Does anyone knows a tool that could translate iptables rules to FreeBSD pf rules ? There is a port of fwbuilder under security/, a tool which abstracts the idea of firewalling rules in a object oriented graphic environment,

Network bridge with IPFW, can't get it working

2006-03-08 Thread Martin Tournoy
Here's the situation: I work at a computer repair shop, as we all know viruses, ad-ware and other mal-ware is a huge problem in the windows world, and a lot of people come to us to have their pc's cleaned up. Some of those programs spread themselves actively, or are used as zombie

Re: Installing FreeBSD with hw SATA RAID-1

2006-03-08 Thread Alex Zbyslaw
Erik Norgaard wrote: Alex Zbyslaw wrote: If the controller is supported, then it should just work, but unless there is a CLI which works for FreeBSD then you won't be able to do things like rebuild the RAID from within FreeBSD, only from its BIOS. It looks like the controller is supported

Re: capturing a desktop demonstration as a movie

2006-03-08 Thread guru
El día Wednesday, March 01, 2006 a las 10:17:11AM +0100, Svein Halvor Halvorsen escribió: On 2/28/06, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there somehow a tool (in the ports) to capture a (KDE-) desktop of FreeBSD while doing a presentation of some kind of software to create a

duplex printing with hpijs ???

2006-03-08 Thread P.U.Kruppa
Hi, for quite a long time my HP Deskjet 990 Cxi worked quite perfectly with Cups and hpijs driver from ports. For some weeks now duplex printing is defect, i.e. - printer fetches a sheet - prints out first page - turns it round - prints nothing on the back - fetches a second sheet - prints

Re: Trying to patch a beautiful desktop

2006-03-08 Thread Kristian Vaaf
At 10:22 08.03.2006, Giorgos Keramidas wrote: On 2006-03-08 05:34, Kristian Vaaf [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello! I've done some research on how to make ones desktop look the best, without being too bloated in terms of looks and functionality but still classify as good design and give

Re: Trying to patch a beautiful desktop

2006-03-08 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2006-03-08 14:41, Kristian Vaaf [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: At 10:22 08.03.2006, Giorgos Keramidas wrote: On 2006-03-08 05:34, Kristian Vaaf [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've done some research on how to make ones desktop look the best, without being too bloated in terms of looks and functionality

Newbie questions: 2 of a few.

2006-03-08 Thread Bruce M . Axtens
I've been trying to get FreeBSD 5.4 going on a friend's Celeron and have been doing okay ... until now. Question 1: How do I get automounting of cdroms working? Is it possible in KDE or GNOME, when you put in a cd that the icon just appears on the desktop (like it does in another OS I could

Solved: Installing FreeBSD with hw SATA RAID-1

2006-03-08 Thread Erik Norgaard
Alex Zbyslaw wrote: So whatever utilities Dell(?) provide should work. You should be able to find those on the manufacturer's website and maybe even in the ports. cd /usr/ports make search name=aac finds this: Port: aaccli-1.0 Path: /usr/ports/sysutils/aaccli Info: Adaptec SCSI RAID

Strange memory problems

2006-03-08 Thread Eugene
Hi people, I have a strange problem with memory. System is FreeBSD 5.3, 4GB physical memory. Even in very quiet load, memory allocation statistics looks like this: last pid: 38330; load averages: 0.67, 1.05, 1.03 up 6+06:50:14 15:52:30 159 processes: 2 running, 156 sleeping, 1 zombie

Re: Newbie questions: 2 of a few.

2006-03-08 Thread Pietro Cerutti
On 3/8/06, Bruce M. Axtens [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've been trying to get FreeBSD 5.4 going on a friend's Celeron and have been doing okay ... until now. Question 1: How do I get automounting of cdroms working? Is it possible in KDE or GNOME, when you put in a cd that the icon just appears

Dump/snapshot problems

2006-03-08 Thread Eugene
Hi people, Sometimes I have strange problems with dump -- or, rather, with snapshot it makes. System is FreeBSD 5.3, default kernel configuration Two types of problems: 1) System hangs or at least not accessible over the network and has to be physically reset. Last message on console

Re: suggestions for an ecomomy laser printer

2006-03-08 Thread cpghost
On Tue, Mar 07, 2006 at 11:09:06PM -0500, Parv wrote: in message [EMAIL PROTECTED], wrote Parv thusly... Lexmark Optra E320 (black white laser; PCL PS[23] emulation) or similar should be around $200 ... ( Hmmm ... i just looked at Lexmark site which is missing above mentioned

Re: delete inactive account

2006-03-08 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Ashok Shrestha [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: How can I automatically delete accounts that are not used for a certain period of time? Is there a simple way to do it using 'pw'? Or does it require a fancy script? I've never seen a canned way to do this. Perhaps the reason is that there are so

Re: unable to get a decent working download

2006-03-08 Thread Lowell Gilbert
electroteque [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: hi , ive been trying for 2 days to get a decent woreking download. Why is the torrent not seeeding ? I just tried ftp and the connection disconnected without warning and i cant resume because the file on the australian mirror server changed from

Re: Out of memory during large request

2006-03-08 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Per olof Ljungmark [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: FreeBSD 6-STABLE Got this when I ran a Perl script: Out of memory during large request for 33558528 bytes Would this be good syntax in /boot/loader.conf, the system has 2G RAM: vm.kmem_size_max=671088640 to try to cure the problem? Where do I

Re: suggestions for an ecomomy laser printer

2006-03-08 Thread Ross Lonstein
On Tue, Mar 07, 2006 at 02:50:45PM -0600, David Kelly wrote: [snip] I bought a Brother HL-5250DN for $249.95 at Staples, wasn't even on sale. Has BRscript Postscript clone, ethernet, duplex, and all that good stuff. First page from cold in 10 or 20 seconds. [snip] I'll second the

FreeBSD user groups?

2006-03-08 Thread Bruce M . Axtens
Is there anyone using FreeBSD in Perth, WA, Australia? ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: FreeBSD user groups?

2006-03-08 Thread David Stanford
Hi Bruce, Have you checked http://www.freebsd.org/usergroups.html#australia yet? -David On 3/8/06, Bruce M. Axtens [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there anyone using FreeBSD in Perth, WA, Australia? ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Sendmail / alias issue

2006-03-08 Thread Nathan Vidican
I know there might be a better sendmail/related mailing list to send this to, but figured I'd drop it here and give it a shot - sorry for the cross post, but I subscribe to -questions so figured it'd be okay and beneficial to other users too. Anyhow, on with the problem: I have an entry like

sending large amount of data securely

2006-03-08 Thread Dave
Hello, I've got two freebsd6 boxes on one i have a large collection of files, like about 3.5 gb worth, that i want to send securely to the other box. I've tried: scp -24Cpr to do it, it transfered 1gb of data then quit. I'm suspecting it didn't get the sym links if any in this data. Any

Signal 17 to Fluxbox - system lockup

2006-03-08 Thread Daniela
Hi list! Over the years I got into the habit of suspending processes with signal 17 (SIGSTOP). And everything ran fine until yesterday: I suspended Fluxbox and after switching to it's VTY I couldn't switch back, the system didn't respond any more to my keyboard input. How can I prevent these

Re: no cd* devices appear in /dev [was Re: device atapicam not enabled in GENERIC kernel for FreeBSD 6.0-RELEASE]

2006-03-08 Thread David J Brooks
On Monday 06 March 2006 14:11, Duane Whitty wrote: On Monday March 6 2006 16:09 David J Brooks [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote This reminds me to ask: I have ATAPICAM enable in my kernal, specifically so that k3b can find my dvd+rw ... but no cd* devives appear in /dev, and k3b cannot

Re: Sendmail / alias issue

2006-03-08 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2006-03-08 11:15, Nathan Vidican [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I know there might be a better sendmail/related mailing list to send this to, but figured I'd drop it here and give it a shot - sorry for the cross post, but I subscribe to -questions so figured it'd be okay and beneficial to other

Re: sending large amount of data securely

2006-03-08 Thread DAve
Dave wrote: Hello, I've got two freebsd6 boxes on one i have a large collection of files, like about 3.5 gb worth, that i want to send securely to the other box. I've tried: scp -24Cpr to do it, it transfered 1gb of data then quit. I'm suspecting it didn't get the sym links if any in

Re: Trying to patch a beautiful desktop

2006-03-08 Thread Daniela
On Wednesday 08 March 2006 04:34, Kristian Vaaf wrote: Hello! I've done some research on how to make ones desktop look the best, without being too bloated in terms of looks and functionality but still classify as good design and give users a smooth experience. I've found that if done

Re: sending large amount of data securely

2006-03-08 Thread Micah
Dave wrote: Hello, I've got two freebsd6 boxes on one i have a large collection of files, like about 3.5 gb worth, that i want to send securely to the other box. I've tried: scp -24Cpr to do it, it transfered 1gb of data then quit. I'm suspecting it didn't get the sym links if any in

Finding a file with wrong permissions

2006-03-08 Thread Josh Paetzel
I managed to install a pkg that I created and somehow the file +COMMENT wasn't created in /var/db/pkg/portname. I touched +COMMENT in the correct directory because pkg_info was complaining about a missing +COMMENT. Some time has gone by and I have forgotten which port it is. Now pkg_info

Re: Strange memory problems

2006-03-08 Thread Daniela
On Wednesday 08 March 2006 14:16, Eugene wrote: Hi people, I have a strange problem with memory. System is FreeBSD 5.3, 4GB physical memory. Even in very quiet load, memory allocation statistics looks like this: last pid: 38330; load averages: 0.67, 1.05, 1.03 up 6+06:50:14 15:52:30

Re: Finding a file with wrong permissions

2006-03-08 Thread Daniela
On Wednesday 08 March 2006 16:58, Josh Paetzel wrote: I managed to install a pkg that I created and somehow the file +COMMENT wasn't created in /var/db/pkg/portname. I touched +COMMENT in the correct directory because pkg_info was complaining about a missing +COMMENT. Some time has gone by

packaging foreign tarballs

2006-03-08 Thread Michael P. Soulier
My apologies if this is covered in the FAQ, I didn't see it. If I build a foreign tarball that is either not in the ports, or not the version that I want, is there a way to then integrate that build as a package, registered with the FreeBSD packaging system? I don't like just installing to

Re: Sendmail / alias issue

2006-03-08 Thread Nathan Vidican
Giorgos Keramidas wrote: On 2006-03-08 11:15, Nathan Vidican [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I know there might be a better sendmail/related mailing list to send this to, but figured I'd drop it here and give it a shot - sorry for the cross post, but I subscribe to -questions so figured it'd be okay

Re: Finding a file with wrong permissions

2006-03-08 Thread Josh Paetzel
On Wednesday 08 March 2006 11:59, Daniela wrote: On Wednesday 08 March 2006 16:58, Josh Paetzel wrote: I managed to install a pkg that I created and somehow the file +COMMENT wasn't created in /var/db/pkg/portname. I touched +COMMENT in the correct directory because pkg_info was

Re: Finding a file with wrong permissions

2006-03-08 Thread Daniela
On Wednesday 08 March 2006 17:04, Josh Paetzel wrote: On Wednesday 08 March 2006 11:59, Daniela wrote: On Wednesday 08 March 2006 16:58, Josh Paetzel wrote: I managed to install a pkg that I created and somehow the file +COMMENT wasn't created in /var/db/pkg/portname. I touched

Re: Finding a file with wrong permissions

2006-03-08 Thread Josh Paetzel
On Wednesday 08 March 2006 12:06, Daniela wrote: On Wednesday 08 March 2006 17:04, Josh Paetzel wrote: On Wednesday 08 March 2006 11:59, Daniela wrote: On Wednesday 08 March 2006 16:58, Josh Paetzel wrote: I managed to install a pkg that I created and somehow the file +COMMENT wasn't

Re: Sendmail / alias issue

2006-03-08 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2006-03-08 12:04, Nathan Vidican [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Giorgos Keramidas wrote: So, to the question part... how can I setup an alias to either ignore the bounce-back it gets, (ie to blindly send the bounce itself), or is it possible to specify a different from address on our server's end

NFS with ipfw

2006-03-08 Thread Albert Shih
Hi all I've a NFS server running FreeBSD 6-Stable. Two classes of clients : Linux and FreeBSD (5.x) I using NFS over UDP because all server are in same room. On every server I've install ipfw (FreeBSD) and iptable (Linux). But the problem with my NFS server (running ipfw too) is I don't

Re: Strange memory problems

2006-03-08 Thread Eugene
With Apache stopped, it goes down to RSS=0.5GB and VSZ=0.6G -- but Inactive Memory remains above 2.5GB. Is it a memory leak somewhere or what? That looks quite normal to me, apart from the zombie process. FreeBSD always attempts to occupy most of the RAM, because it's a very fast way of

Re: Portupgrade Operation

2006-03-08 Thread Chris Maness
On Wed, 8 Mar 2006, Andrew Pantyukhin wrote: On 3/8/06, Chris Maness [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If I manually rm -rf a port, manually untar (ie glib.tar.gz), and do a portupgrade -rR glib, will packages that have a specific dependency on the old glib version get rebuilt? Or if not will they

To track or not to track

2006-03-08 Thread Chris Maness
I just wanted to get pros and cons for tracking the whole port tree on a production server. Any opinions? ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to

Re: Strange memory problems

2006-03-08 Thread Charles Swiger
On Mar 8, 2006, at 12:52 PM, Eugene wrote: With Apache stopped, it goes down to RSS=0.5GB and VSZ=0.6G -- but Inactive Memory remains above 2.5GB. Is it a memory leak somewhere or what? That looks quite normal to me, apart from the zombie process. FreeBSD always attempts to occupy most of

Getting EBUSY upon unmount ATA disk...

2006-03-08 Thread Paul Marciano
(originally sent to freebsd-fs, but that looks like a developer list). I am running FreeBSD-5.4 with root on md0. I am seeing the following problem: # df Filesystem 1K-blocks Used Avail Capacity Mounted on /dev/md0 17370 15810 17299%/ devfs 1 1

Re: To track or not to track

2006-03-08 Thread Greg Barniskis
Chris Maness wrote: I just wanted to get pros and cons for tracking the whole port tree on a production server. Any opinions? If by track you mean regularly download, compile and install all available updates, the big con is that you can sometimes break your box. More frequently you won't

Re: To track or not to track

2006-03-08 Thread Philip Hallstrom
I just wanted to get pros and cons for tracking the whole port tree on a production server. Any opinions? Tracking it isn't going to take a lot of space. Although if it's a serious production server (as opposed to my home production server :-) I don't know if I'd install ports on it before

Re: Setting fbsd up as a router?

2006-03-08 Thread Wayne Cox
At 04:28 PM 3/6/2006, Huy Ton That wrote: Would anyone happen to know where I may find tutorials on setting up my FBSD 6.0 Release box as a router with the intention to add firewall services? It is not 'BSD based [wish it was] but rather than reinvent the wheel, I would strongly recommend

Re: Setting fbsd up as a router?

2006-03-08 Thread wc_fbsd
At 04:28 PM 3/6/2006, Huy Ton That wrote: Would anyone happen to know where I may find tutorials on setting up my FBSD 6.0 Release box as a router with the intention to add firewall services? It is not 'BSD based [wish it was] but rather than reinvent the wheel, I would strongly recommend

Re: Getting EBUSY upon unmount ATA disk...

2006-03-08 Thread Paul Marciano
I said: # mount /dev/ad0s1a /flash # : /flash/foobar # umount /flash umount: unmount of /flash failed: Device busy Then I said: No processes are camping on the mount point. I didn't realize /bin/sh doesn't close the fd. Man, I feel so dumb. Paul.

Re: Setting fbsd up as a router?

2006-03-08 Thread Martin Hudec
Hello, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It is not 'BSD based [wish it was] but rather than reinvent the wheel, I would strongly recommend you try out IP-Cop http://ipcop.org/ A mere 20MB download gets you a CD ISO image that installs the whole Linux based firewall on a PC. Up to 4 interfaces,

Re: packaging foreign tarballs

2006-03-08 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Wed, Mar 08, 2006 at 12:02:29PM -0500, Michael P. Soulier wrote: My apologies if this is covered in the FAQ, I didn't see it. If I build a foreign tarball that is either not in the ports, or not the version that I want, is there a way to then integrate that build as a package, registered

Re: Portupgrade Operation

2006-03-08 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/8/06, Chris Maness [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have been told that tracking the whole port tree on a production server is a bad idea. I kind of agree thinking about the old addage if it aint broke don't fix it. Arguably the best strategy for the base system. Arguably a bad idea in case of

Re: per-user ftp traffic accounting ... possible ?

2006-03-08 Thread wc_fbsd
At 03:49 PM 3/6/2006, Ensel Sharon wrote: I am using the standard, stock FreeBSD ftpd, running out of inetd. Is there any way to keep track of how much ftp traffic is generated by each individual user ? See man ftpd for the -l option. You can bump up the log level to record file details.

/usr/local/etc/rc.d not running for jail

2006-03-08 Thread Francisco Reyes
I have a jail, running in FreeBSD 6, which starts sshd and syslogd, but doesn't start any of the programs from /usr/local/etc/rc.d All the appropriate variables are in /etc/rc.conf for the various programs (postfix, spamd, clamsmtp, freshclam). I am able to run the programs manually by going

ftpd traffic accounting ... _per user_ - please help

2006-03-08 Thread Joe Schmoe
I really need to track ftp traffic on a per user basis. Is this possible with the freebsd built-in ftpd ? If not, what is a good ftpd to use instead that has this feature ? Thanks a lot. __ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best

Re: Accesing BSD disk under windows

2006-03-08 Thread pete
not as direct as you might want, but . . . install it, boot it, install config SAMBA Pete C I love my country, but fear my government. Quoting Nicolas BOUTIER [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hello, thank you again for your answers. I will try with cygwin and I'm downloading a Linux LiveCD (oops)...

Newbie FreeBSD/Linux Question

2006-03-08 Thread Lawrence Petrykanyn
Hi! I am a newbie trying to compile the program JACK that is required for the midi sequencer Rosegarden. This program (JACK) is not available through the ports collection and is intended for a Linux system. I am running FreeBSD 5.4 with linux compatibility supported. Below is is the

Re: /usr/local/etc/rc.d not running for jail

2006-03-08 Thread Philip Hallstrom
I have a jail, running in FreeBSD 6, which starts sshd and syslogd, but doesn't start any of the programs from /usr/local/etc/rc.d All the appropriate variables are in /etc/rc.conf for the various programs (postfix, spamd, clamsmtp, freshclam). I am able to run the programs manually by

tomcat on freebsd

2006-03-08 Thread eoghan
Hi I have installed tomcat 5.5 from ports without problems and consulted the freebsd docs on it: http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/articles/java-tomcat/x159.html It seems to start fine, at least it deosnt show any errors... but when i try to go to: http://127.0.0.1:8080 i am unable

Re: 6.1-BETA2 AMD64 boot only CD freezes at module_register_init: MOD_LOAD (amr_linux, 0xffffffff805ebcc0, 0) error 6

2006-03-08 Thread Joseph Turian
Strange. I tried booting the 6.1-BETA2 i386 bootonly CD, and it worked just fine. I still have no idea why the 6.1-BETA2 AMD64 bootonly CD freezes. The sanity check of booting a Linux AMD64 liveCD works just fine. Any ideas why I can't boot ther AMD64 bootonly CD? What is the disadvantage of

Re: Newbie FreeBSD/Linux Question

2006-03-08 Thread Glenn Dawson
At 12:46 PM 3/8/2006, Lawrence Petrykanyn wrote: Hi! I am a newbie trying to compile the program JACK that is required for the midi sequencer Rosegarden. This program (JACK) is not available through the ports collection and is intended for a Linux system. I am running FreeBSD 5.4 with

Re: Newbie FreeBSD/Linux Question

2006-03-08 Thread Bob Johnson
On 3/8/06, Lawrence Petrykanyn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [...] directed. What I don't understand is the last instruction of the second option listed below, the line that says, add --with-default-tmpdir=/mnt/ramfs to the JACK configure line when you build it. I tried make

Re: Newbie FreeBSD/Linux Question

2006-03-08 Thread Kevin Kinsey
Lawrence Petrykanyn wrote: Hi! I am a newbie trying to compile the program JACK that is required for the midi sequencer Rosegarden. This program (JACK) is not available through the ports collection and is intended for a Linux system. I am running FreeBSD 5.4 with linux compatibility

coming back up after power failure (UPS)

2006-03-08 Thread Peter
On an updated 5.4 box I am using Network UPS Tools (NUT) with an APC Smart-UPS. All is going very well but I cannot bring my box back up after simulating a power failure. At the end of the shutdown the screen shows: Press any key to reboot Obviously this is not the desired outcome. How can I

Re: tomcat on freebsd

2006-03-08 Thread eoghan
Bosch Rogier wrote: I think its port 8180 (by default). Goodluck, TC Ok, 8180 worked. But when i run ./startup.sh (as root) it seems to work, once only. If i run it again, it works again, once. I can view the tomcat default page, but have to keep running the startup script. #

Re: coming back up after power failure (UPS)

2006-03-08 Thread Philip Hallstrom
On an updated 5.4 box I am using Network UPS Tools (NUT) with an APC Smart-UPS. All is going very well but I cannot bring my box back up after simulating a power failure. At the end of the shutdown the screen shows: Press any key to reboot Obviously this is not the desired outcome. How can I

Re: /usr/local/etc/rc.d not running for jail

2006-03-08 Thread Francisco Reyes
Philip Hallstrom writes: Put the following into the jail's /etc/rc.conf: early_late_divider=NETWORKING Thanks! That worked. That worked for me. My memory is this isn't a *real* solution, but that it does the trick (going off some posts I found on the issue when this happened to me) It

Re: Out of memory during large request

2006-03-08 Thread Per olof Ljungmark
Lowell Gilbert wrote: Per olof Ljungmark [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: FreeBSD 6-STABLE Got this when I ran a Perl script: Out of memory during large request for 33558528 bytes Would this be good syntax in /boot/loader.conf, the system has 2G RAM: vm.kmem_size_max=671088640 to try to cure the

Re: Newbie FreeBSD/Linux Question

2006-03-08 Thread Per olof Ljungmark
Lawrence Petrykanyn wrote: Hi! I am a newbie trying to compile the program JACK that is required for the midi sequencer Rosegarden. This program (JACK) is not available through the ports collection and is intended for a Linux system. I am I have jackd(1) installed (from ports) but maybe

How to install gnucash?

2006-03-08 Thread Tom Munro Glass
I'm trying to install gnucash, but this depends on g-wrap which in turn depends on slib-guile, and slib-guile-3a1 is marked as broken: Does not install. Is there a solution to this problem? Tom ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: coming back up after power failure (UPS)

2006-03-08 Thread Ion-Mihai Tetcu
On Wed, 8 Mar 2006 16:39:02 -0500 (EST) Peter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On an updated 5.4 box I am using Network UPS Tools (NUT) with an APC Smart-UPS. All is going very well but I cannot bring my box back up after simulating a power failure. At the end of the shutdown the screen shows:

Re: coming back up after power failure (UPS)

2006-03-08 Thread Peter
--- Philip Hallstrom [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On an updated 5.4 box I am using Network UPS Tools (NUT) with an APC Smart-UPS. All is going very well but I cannot bring my box back up after simulating a power failure. At the end of the shutdown the screen shows: Press any key to

Re: How to install gnucash?

2006-03-08 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Thu, Mar 09, 2006 at 12:28:14PM +1300, Tom Munro Glass wrote: I'm trying to install gnucash, but this depends on g-wrap which in turn depends on slib-guile, and slib-guile-3a1 is marked as broken: Does not install. Is there a solution to this problem? Talk to whoever broke slib-guile

make buildkernel fails

2006-03-08 Thread Luke Bartley
I'm attempting to build a custom kernel, but when it comes time to build, it fails with this error: /usr/src/sys/dev/re/if_re.c:151:23: miibus_if.h: No such file or directory /usr/src/sys/pci/if_rl.c:125:23: miibus_if.h: No such file or directory mkdep: compile failed *** Error code 1 It

Re: make buildkernel fails

2006-03-08 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Wed, Mar 08, 2006 at 06:41:41PM -0500, Luke Bartley wrote: I'm attempting to build a custom kernel, but when it comes time to build, it fails with this error: /usr/src/sys/dev/re/if_re.c:151:23: miibus_if.h: No such file or directory /usr/src/sys/pci/if_rl.c:125:23: miibus_if.h: No

Problems with gnome

2006-03-08 Thread Paul Schmehl
I upgraded gnome on my 5.4 workstation (ran gnome-upgrade212.sh), and now the system locks up shortly after I login. If I don't login I can open a tty and do whatever I want from the cli, but if I login, the system locks up and I can't even open a tty (or restart X.) Mouse and keyboard inputs

Re: coming back up after power failure (UPS)

2006-03-08 Thread Derek Ragona
Peter, Look in the bios in the power management section, for something like after loss of power, there set the action to power on, as opposed to stay off, or anything else. You can test this just power on the unit and pull the plug during the bios post. If it comes back on when you plug it

Re: How to install gnucash?

2006-03-08 Thread Erik Greenwald
On Wed, Mar 08, 2006 at 06:40:51PM -0500, Kris Kennaway wrote: On Thu, Mar 09, 2006 at 12:28:14PM +1300, Tom Munro Glass wrote: I'm trying to install gnucash, but this depends on g-wrap which in turn depends on slib-guile, and slib-guile-3a1 is marked as broken: Does not install. Is

Is Marvell 88E8001 ethernet card working fine on -stable?

2006-03-08 Thread Pierre-Luc Drouin
Hi, I would like to buy a new motherboard (Asus P5WD2) that has a Marvell 88E8001 ethernet card and I would like to know if this card works fine now on -stable. I have seen reported problems related to this card on 5.3... Thanks! Pierre-Luc Drouin

Re: Problems with gnome

2006-03-08 Thread Paul Schmehl
--On March 8, 2006 5:57:02 PM -0600 Paul Schmehl [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I upgraded gnome on my 5.4 workstation (ran gnome-upgrade212.sh), and now the system locks up shortly after I login. If I don't login I can open a tty and do whatever I want from the cli, but if I login, the system locks

Re: How to install gnucash?

2006-03-08 Thread Tom Munro Glass
On Thursday 09 March 2006 13:43, Erik Greenwald wrote: On Wed, Mar 08, 2006 at 06:40:51PM -0500, Kris Kennaway wrote: On Thu, Mar 09, 2006 at 12:28:14PM +1300, Tom Munro Glass wrote: I'm trying to install gnucash, but this depends on g-wrap which in turn depends on slib-guile, and

Re: dhclient in 6.0

2006-03-08 Thread doug
I had the same problem. Mine was with a wireless card, so my exact fix is probably not yours but this may point the way. I had to load a driver not autoloaded in 6.0 (wlan_wep.ko) and add an extra parm to the ifconfig: old: ifconfig wi0 wep wepkey key string new: ifconfig wi0 wep wepkey

Re: Newbie FreeBSD/Linux Question

2006-03-08 Thread wc_fbsd
At 05:30 PM 3/8/2006, you wrote: I am a newbie trying to compile the program JACK that is required for the midi sequencer Rosegarden. This program (JACK) is not available through the ports collection and is intended for a Linux system. I am Perhaps I'm not understanding the whole scenario,

Re: How to install gnucash?

2006-03-08 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Thu, Mar 09, 2006 at 02:45:48PM +1300, Tom Munro Glass wrote: On Thursday 09 March 2006 13:43, Erik Greenwald wrote: On Wed, Mar 08, 2006 at 06:40:51PM -0500, Kris Kennaway wrote: On Thu, Mar 09, 2006 at 12:28:14PM +1300, Tom Munro Glass wrote: I'm trying to install gnucash, but this

making a vfat file system?

2006-03-08 Thread Andrew Spott
I'd like to make a vfat filesystem out of a external hdd I just bought. However, I can't seem to figure out how to do it. I odn't know what port to install to get the mkfs.vfat program. any ideas? -Andrew ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing

Re: making a vfat file system?

2006-03-08 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Mar 08), Andrew Spott said: I'd like to make a vfat filesystem out of a external hdd I just bought. However, I can't seem to figure out how to do it. I odn't know what port to install to get the mkfs.vfat program. I think you want /sbin/newfs_msdos -- Dan

Re: portmanager core dumps

2006-03-08 Thread Michael C. Shultz
F. Even - fbsd-questions wrote: On Sunday 08 January 2006 18:30, Robert Marella wrote: Good Afternoon At times when in a hurry or not thinking as fast as my fingers, I try to run portupgrade -s | grep OLD from a regular user account instead of sudo portupgrade -s | grep OLD. do you mean

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