Re: portupgrade - skipping -held by user- meaning?

2007-01-02 Thread Vizion
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Sahil Tandon Sent: Monday, January 01, 2007 3:36 PM To: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org Subject: Re: portupgrade - skipping -held by user- meaning? Vizion wrote: What does it mean when the

a console issue tracking tool?

2007-01-02 Thread Zhang Weiwu
Hello. For one of the small project I am working on, a console-based or X-based issue tracker is preferred over web-based solutions (like Trac or Bugzilla). Basically it only need to be able to work with issue priority, category, dates and status. So far I know a lot of webbased issue tracker,

DNS Setting

2007-01-02 Thread Mohamad Babaei
Hi, I want to put my web server (ex. www.mysite.com) on a FreeBSD server and my mail server on another server (ex. mail.mysite.com), would you tell me how should i set my DNS setting how my DNS files should look like ? where should i set my MX records ? Best Regards, Mo

Re: a console issue tracking tool?

2007-01-02 Thread Saifi
---Original Message--- From: Zhang Weiwu [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: a console issue tracking tool? Sent: 02 Jan '07 15:15 Hello. For one of the small project I am working on, a console-based or X-based issue tracker is preferred over web-based solutions (like Trac or

Re: Indexing a largish collection of mail and usenet messages?

2007-01-02 Thread Christophe Ollier
John L a écrit : I have a collection of archives of mailing list and news messages. The largest collection is pretty big, about 150,000 messages which means about 200 megabytes of text, shortly to be migrated to a FreeBSD server. The lists are all active so archives typically add a few

Re: portupgrade - skipping -held by user- meaning?

2007-01-02 Thread Vizion
Re: portupgrade - skipping -held by user- meaning? -Original Message- From: Roger Merritt [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, January 02, 2007 2:22 AM To: Vizion Subject: Re: portupgrade - skipping -held by user- meaning? At 01:40 AM 1/2/2007 -0800, you wrote:

vmstat -i weirdness

2007-01-02 Thread Tofik Suleymanov
Hello list, looks like `vmstat -i` acts weird on my machine after being 12-15 hours uptime.Here is the iutput of `vmstat -i`: vmstat -i interrupt total rate irq1: atkbd06813 0 irq9: acpi0 5397 0

Re: DNS Setting

2007-01-02 Thread N.J. Mann
On Tuesday, 2 January, 2007 at 13:22:15 +0330, Mohamad Babaei wrote: I want to put my web server (ex. www.mysite.com) on a FreeBSD server and my mail server on another server (ex. mail.mysite.com), would you tell me how should i set my DNS setting how my DNS files should look like ? where

Re: DNS Setting

2007-01-02 Thread Per olof Ljungmark
Mohamad Babaei wrote: Hi, I want to put my web server (ex. www.mysite.com) on a FreeBSD server and my mail server on another server (ex. mail.mysite.com), would you tell me how should i set my DNS setting how my DNS files should look like ? where should i set my MX records ? Maybe start

which web mail / calendar to use

2007-01-02 Thread Michael Grant
I'm looking for a web mail and calendar to install on my freebsd box. Ideally something web 2.0 like gmail and google calendar is what my users are after. In some searching around, I turned up Hula (http://hula-project.org) and Zimbra (http://www.zimbra.com). Both have open-source versions.

Re: vmstat -i weirdness

2007-01-02 Thread Erik Trulsson
On Tue, Jan 02, 2007 at 02:08:44PM +0400, Tofik Suleymanov wrote: Hello list, looks like `vmstat -i` acts weird on my machine after being 12-15 hours uptime.Here is the iutput of `vmstat -i`: vmstat -i interrupt total rate irq1: atkbd0

Why buy Recruitment Software?

2007-01-02 Thread News from Evolve
[1]3D [2]3D Don't buy Recruitment Software. . . Evolve In today’s World it’s very much about On-Demand services; we all = pay monthly subscriptions for many things including our phones, internet = connections and TV. So why buy Recruitment Software when you can

Re: which web mail / calendar to use

2007-01-02 Thread Girish Venkatachalam
On Tue, Jan 02, 2007 at 11:43:33AM +0100, Michael Grant wrote: I'm looking for a web mail and calendar to install on my freebsd box. Ideally something web 2.0 like gmail and google calendar is what my users are after. In some searching around, I turned up Hula (http://hula-project.org) and

Re: Ipsec to Sonicwall, what does this message mean?

2007-01-02 Thread Norberto Meijome
On Tue, 2 Jan 2007 03:48:44 +1100 Norberto Meijome [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It seems my side is receiving a packet with DOI type 0 (as per wireshark, whatever that means...)... and racoon complains with; Jan 2 03:28:18 ayiin racoon: ERROR: reject the packet, received unexpecting payload

perl CPAN shell CPAN.pm failure

2007-01-02 Thread Vizion
I seem to have something wrong in my installation...: -- [EMAIL PROTECTED] /usr/ports/lang]# perl -MCPAN -e shell Can't locate Cwd.pm in @INC (@INC contains: /usr/local/lib/perl5/5.8.8/BSDPAN /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.8/mach /usr/local/lib/perl5/site_perl/5.8.8

Re: which web mail / calendar to use

2007-01-02 Thread Norberto Meijome
On Tue, 2 Jan 2007 17:21:42 +0530 Girish Venkatachalam [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: roundcube seems to be the most talked about Ajax webmail software out there. I would go for a simple Javascript web calender. I am yet to find one since I never looked for it. :) I have to say that roundcube is

Re: perl CPAN shell CPAN.pm failure

2007-01-02 Thread Vizion
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Vizion Sent: Tuesday, January 02, 2007 4:07 AM To: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org Subject: perl CPAN shell CPAN.pm failure I seem to have something wrong in my installation...: --

Re: how to fetch again a port from port distribution (ftp site)?

2007-01-02 Thread RW
On Tue, 2 Jan 2007 06:28:22 +0100 VeeJay [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi I was trying to install mysql from port collection. But during downloading port from port distribution, my internet connection got broken for few minuts... now when I run make again... it tries to compile uncomplete

sshd break-in attempt

2007-01-02 Thread Nathan Vidican
We keep getting attempts from what look like a username/password scanner utility to login to our servers externally via sshd. Thankfully, we're not ignorant enough to leave common account names open, however it is annoying to say the least. We're getting things like this: Jan 1 09:07:34 fw

Re: portupgrade - skipping -held by user- meaning?

2007-01-02 Thread RW
On Tue, 2 Jan 2007 2:35:20 -0800 Vizion [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I will write a short script to check for changes in pkgtools.conf and run it both before and after portupgrade is run. That way I will at least have a handle on what is going on. It wont change by itself.

Re: which web mail / calendar to use

2007-01-02 Thread Nathan Vidican
Michael Grant wrote: I'm looking for a web mail and calendar to install on my freebsd box. Ideally something web 2.0 like gmail and google calendar is what my users are after. In some searching around, I turned up Hula (http://hula-project.org) and Zimbra (http://www.zimbra.com). Both have

sshd break-in attempt

2007-01-02 Thread Robert Huff
Nathan Vidican writes: In our 'periodic daily' report/email, (only the list goes on for hundreds of attempts). Anyhow, long story short; is there not an easy way to make sshd block or deny hosts temporarily if X number of invalid login attempts are made within a minute's time? Must I use

BSDstats report for Jan 1st, 2006

2007-01-02 Thread Marc G. Fournier
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 What a fantastic month December turned out to be ... overall, 1st of Month reporting (hosts reporting within the first 24 hours of the month) is up 64% from Dec to Jan ... ... and, looking at Overall reporting hosts for the month of December vs

RE: portupgrade - skipping -held by user- meaning?

2007-01-02 Thread Vizion
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote in response to Vizion [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I will write a short script to check for changes in pkgtools.conf and run it both before and after portupgrade is run. That way I will at least have a handle on what is going on. It wont change by itself. Sure -- but

gdm automatic login

2007-01-02 Thread Alla Gofman
Hello Joe! I followed the suggestion that you gave in following link about gdm automatic login http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-questions/2004-August/054439. html and my portable computer also hangs on login screen after I reboot. The message is Authentication failed. Letters must

RE: which web mail / calendar to use

2007-01-02 Thread Marwan Sultan
I cannot find better than OpenWebMail Its openwebmail.org really easy..supporting almost everything, it has any feature you are looking for... virtual users, real, quota, password changesetc... give it a try. have fun. I'm looking for a web mail and calendar to install on my freebsd box.

Re: sshd break-in attempt

2007-01-02 Thread Len Conrad
In our 'periodic daily' report/email, (only the list goes on for hundreds of attempts). Anyhow, long story short; is there not an easy way to make sshd block or deny hosts temporarily if X number of invalid login attempts are made within a minute's time? to reduce the brute force attacks

Re: sshd break-in attempt

2007-01-02 Thread Eric
Len Conrad wrote: In our 'periodic daily' report/email, (only the list goes on for hundreds of attempts). Anyhow, long story short; is there not an easy way to make sshd block or deny hosts temporarily if X number of invalid login attempts are made within a minute's time? to reduce the

Re: sshd break-in attempt

2007-01-02 Thread Per olof Ljungmark
Nathan Vidican wrote: We keep getting attempts from what look like a username/password scanner utility to login to our servers externally via sshd. Thankfully, we're not ignorant enough to leave common account names open, however it is annoying to say the least. We're getting things like this:

more then one external link with pf

2007-01-02 Thread S t i n g r a y
Well i have purchased another Internal Connection to provide my client computer more speed to specific protocols also its cheaper this way :) Now i want to use my previous internet link DSL to provide only access to specific protocols like Http, Https Dns etc etc. and use this one for all

Re: FreeBSD on Mini-ITX has web page latency

2007-01-02 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Bob McIsaac [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Usability studies say that a person won't wait more than 4 seconds for a web page download. FreeBSD using Konqueor or Lynx takes more than 10 seconds. This is puzzling since ftp transfers at 400kbs, pings of freebsd.org take 80ms, and top shows CPU is

Re: How to reset /dev/dsp ?

2007-01-02 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Luke Dean [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I'm running FreeBSD 6.1. My sound device shows up like this in my dmesg: pcm0: Intel ICH5 (82801EB) port 0xd800-0xd8ff,0xdc00-0xdc3f mem 0xfc001000-0xfc0011ff,0xfc002000-0xfc0020ff irq 17 at device 31.5 on pci0 pcm0: primary codec not ready! pcm0:

Re: gnupg: discarding older version

2007-01-02 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Gerard Seibert [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Running: /usr/sbin/pkg_version -vIL= produces this output: gnupg-1.4.6_2 needs updating (index has 2.0.1) Running: pkgdb -Fv produces this output: Checking for origin duplicates Duplicated origin:

Re: freebsd ban

2007-01-02 Thread petko
I am sure, that there is no connectivity issue. Why I have ban? The devil have to serve... :( # tcptraceroute www.freebsd.org Selected device fxp0, address 194.160.208.44, port 54794 for outgoing packets Tracing the path to www.freebsd.org (216.136.204.117) on TCP port 80, 30 hops max 1

termcaps: xdm vs. startx

2007-01-02 Thread Steve Franks
Hi. So if I run xdm on startup, when I log in, my up arrow gives '[[A' instead of command history, backspace, other keys have similar effects. If I log in then do startx, everything works as expected. It's really not an issue for me, I'm just curious. I tried changing the line in /etc/ttys

Re: Indexing a largish collection of mail and usenet messages?

2007-01-02 Thread John L
You could have a look at Lucene (http://lucene.apache.org/) : a text search engine library written in Java. I don't know lqtext, but Lucene seems to work in a similar way : a first program builds updates an index, a second program allows to query the index. Thanks. Using java on a BSD box

external touchpad for Thinkpad T23? (fwd)

2007-01-02 Thread Ian Smith
I originally posted this to -mobile three months ago, but got no nibbles. The T23 is is running 6.1-RELEASE presently. Anyone? -- Forwarded message -- Date: Mon, 2 Oct 2006 05:18:23 +1000 (EST) From: Ian Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: external touchpad

Re: FreeBSD on Mini-ITX has web page latency

2007-01-02 Thread bobmc
Well, it seems that the driver and the hardware works so there must be a problem in the generic part of the software. There are plenty of tools for networking analysis but I am not a networking adept. So I will carefully repeat the install. Thanks. -Bob- BTW, my other computer is a Biostar

Re: FreeBSD on Mini-ITX has web page latency

2007-01-02 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Don't top-post, please. bobmc [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Well, it seems that the driver and the hardware works so there must be a problem in the generic part of the software. There are plenty of tools for networking analysis but I am not a networking adept. So I will carefully repeat the

Batch file question - average size of file in directory

2007-01-02 Thread Kurt Buff
All, I don't even have a clue how to start this one, so am looking for a little help. I've got a directory with a large number of gzipped files in it (over 110k) along with a few thousand uncompressed files. I'd like to find the average uncompressed size of the gzipped files, and ignore the

sparc64 and perl 5.8.8 port test failures?

2007-01-02 Thread Steven D. Yee
I'm seeing multiple errors from make test and I can't seem to figure out how to get rid of them. As far as I can tell it builds correctly. The errors look like: ... t/op/pack.# Failed at op/pack.t line 631 # Failed at op/pack.t line 631 FAILED at test 514 ...

named not starting on boot

2007-01-02 Thread Noah
Hi there, I have a freeBSD 5.5 server not starting named upon reboot. any clues how I can troubleshoot this issue? # grep named /etc/rc.conf named_enable=YES named_program=/usr/local/sbin/named # /usr/local/sbin/named -version BIND 9.3.2-P2 # uname -a FreeBSD ns2.ps.juniper.net 5.5-RELEASE

BIND 9.3.2 on FreeBSD 6.1-release-p2

2007-01-02 Thread patrick
I'm running BIND 9.3.2 on FreeBSD 6.1, and am noticing that it gets out of control after running for a while. PIDUID THR PRI NICE SIZERES STATETIME WCPU COMMAND 60480 53 1 1320 195M 194M RUN 41.7H 75.54% named After restarting it, its CPU

Re: external touchpad for Thinkpad T23? (fwd)

2007-01-02 Thread Jurjen Middendorp
On Wed, Jan 03, 2007 at 02:49:48AM +1100, Ian Smith wrote: I originally posted this to -mobile three months ago, but got no nibbles. The T23 is is running 6.1-RELEASE presently. Anyone? -- Forwarded message -- Date: Mon, 2 Oct 2006 05:18:23 +1000 (EST) From: Ian Smith [EMAIL

Re: named not starting on boot

2007-01-02 Thread Jeff Royle
Noah wrote: Hi there, I have a freeBSD 5.5 server not starting named upon reboot. any clues how I can troubleshoot this issue? # grep named /etc/rc.conf named_enable=YES named_program=/usr/local/sbin/named # /usr/local/sbin/named -version BIND 9.3.2-P2 # uname -a FreeBSD

Re: named not starting on boot

2007-01-02 Thread Paul Schmehl
--On Tuesday, January 02, 2007 11:03:49 -0800 Noah [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi there, I have a freeBSD 5.5 server not starting named upon reboot. any clues how I can troubleshoot this issue? # grep named /etc/rc.conf named_enable=YES named_program=/usr/local/sbin/named #

ipfw denies everything and i can open websites?

2007-01-02 Thread Jurjen Middendorp
Hello, i have configured my firewall, but after i do ipfw -q flush i am still able to visit websites, download my e-mail, etc. I thought the default action of ipfw was to deny everything and ipfw show confirms that... Why am i able to go on the internet? Is this weird behaviour or is there

Re: Making world doesn't change all ownerships?

2007-01-02 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Francisco Reyes [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I have a test machine where some users changed a number of directories to be owned by www:www by mistake. The machine was unusable. After rebuilding from sources the machine was usable, but I noticed that a number of files still were owned by www.

Re: what is operator group for?

2007-01-02 Thread Chris Whitehouse
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: can anyone tell me what the operator group is for, or docs where I can read about it? I see that /sbin/shutdown and /sbin/mk_snap_ffs are both executable by members and various things in /dev/ are mountable by them. My understanding is that group operator is

Re: portupgrade - skipping -held by user- meaning?

2007-01-02 Thread dick hoogendijk
On 02 Jan Vizion wrote: Vizion [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It wont change by itself. Sure -- but it must have been changed automatically on my system during a package installation process- I certainly made no manual or other entries in it and noone else has root access. I know of NO port

Re: named not starting on boot

2007-01-02 Thread dick hoogendijk
On 02 Jan Paul Schmehl wrote: Try adding this to /etc/rc.conf: named_symlink_enable=YES Never heard of this option. Never used it too. And named runs on my FreeBSD-6.1 server like it should. for quite some time now ;-) I guess the answer is in the logfile. Maybe an error of some sort in the

Re: named not starting on boot

2007-01-02 Thread Derek Ragona
You need to add another option in rc.conf for the user you want named to run as, otherwise it fails to start. -Derek At 01:03 PM 1/2/2007, Noah wrote: Hi there, I have a freeBSD 5.5 server not starting named upon reboot. any clues how I can troubleshoot this issue? # grep named

Fwd: what is operator group for?

2007-01-02 Thread Jeff Rollin
-- Forwarded message -- From: Jeff Rollin [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: 31-Dec-2006 19:43 Subject: Re: what is operator group for? To: Chris Whitehouse [EMAIL PROTECTED] On 31/12/06, Chris Whitehouse [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all I sent this once already but didn't see it come

Re: ipfw denies everything and i can open websites?

2007-01-02 Thread petko
hello, could you show /etc/rc.conf and /etc/rc.firewall files? (only corresponding lines) petko Jurjen Middendorp wrote: Hello, i have configured my firewall, but after i do ipfw -q flush i am still able to visit websites, download my e-mail, etc. I thought the default action of ipfw was

Re: freebsd ban

2007-01-02 Thread Kevin Kinsey
petko wrote: I am sure, that there is no connectivity issue. Why I have ban? The devil have to serve... :( # tcptraceroute www.freebsd.org Selected device fxp0, address 194.160.208.44, port 54794 for outgoing packets Tracing the path to www.freebsd.org (216.136.204.117) on TCP port 80, 30

Re: lang/gcc41 woes

2007-01-02 Thread Gerald Pfeifer
On Mon, 1 Jan 2007, Anthony Michael Agelastos wrote: The updated lang/gcc41 port is having difficulties compiling for my setup. Below is the error along with some useful machine information. Does anyone have any ideas? Thank you for your assistance. Yours is the second report with this build

Re: ipfw denies everything and i can open websites?

2007-01-02 Thread Jurjen Middendorp
I'm sorry, (don't laugh too hard) i had a litle startup script that read: ipfw disable firewall, i put that there before i had actually made my firewall rules... Once i removed it it turned out my rules weren't as decent as i thought, but now they work! And i was being so happy that i had made

FreeBSD 6.2-RC2 installation hangup with USB keyboard

2007-01-02 Thread Alexander Pohoyda
Hello! I've got a new PC (Shuttle XPC SS21T with SiS 761GX+966L chipset) which hangs up while booting from the installation CD. Here's what I get (typed by hands): pci0: multimedia, audio at device 2.7 (no driver attached) ohci0: SiS 5571 USB controller mem 0xfbfff000-0xfbff irq 20 at

Clutz-Proof Logging

2007-01-02 Thread Stan Halprin
747478Hi; I know I'm a clutz but I'm sick and tired of doing some stupid thing that crashes my server, then trying to figure out what I did. Is there something out there that could log everything I did so that I could review it each time I shoot myself in the foot? TIA Stan

Root doesn't have permission to change permissions?

2007-01-02 Thread Steel City Phantom
I have a mount point on my bsd 6.2 machine. my startup does an nfs mount to the mount point. i had to reboot the other machine and now my bsd machine can't access the mount point or the share. drwxrwxrwx 2 4294967294 429496729464B Dec 26 18:42 MP3 here is the mount command that is

InterScan MSS has quarantined a message

2007-01-02 Thread InterScan MSS Notification
Message Sender :[EMAIL PROTECTED] Message Recipients :[EMAIL PROTECTED] Message Subject:Postcard Large Attachment Message Current action taken:Quarantine Date and Time of Incident:Wed Jan 03 07:30:02 2007 Information transmitted by this e-mail is proprietary to Infinite Computer

Re: Clutz-Proof Logging

2007-01-02 Thread Bill Moran
Stan Halprin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 747478Hi; I know I'm a clutz but I'm sick and tired of doing some stupid thing that crashes my server, then trying to figure out what I did. Is there something out there that could log everything I did so that I could review it each time I shoot myself

Re: a console issue tracking tool?

2007-01-02 Thread Norberto Meijome
On Tue, 02 Jan 2007 17:45:01 +0800 Zhang Weiwu [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello. For one of the small project I am working on, a console-based or X-based issue tracker is preferred over web-based solutions (like Trac or Bugzilla). Basically it only need to be able to work with issue priority,

Re: Batch file question - average size of file in directory

2007-01-02 Thread James Long
Message: 28 Date: Tue, 2 Jan 2007 10:20:08 -0800 From: Kurt Buff [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Batch file question - average size of file in directory To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Message-ID: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed All, I don't even

Root doesn't have permission to change permissions?

2007-01-02 Thread Robert Huff
Steel City Phantom writes: when i try to delete the mount point and recreate it i get the message device busy, Not even root can dismount something while there are files open. when i try to change owners of the directory as root it says i don't have permission. man

Installation fails on Ampro Mightboard 800

2007-01-02 Thread Rod Morgan
FreeBSD 6.x won't install or run on my Ampro Mightyboard 800. Installing from Known good CD's with versions 6.0. 6.1 and 6.2Rc1 all generate the following error after present [Enter] at the menu prompt. Start screen output Select option, [Enter] for default or [Space] to pause

Absence

2007-01-02 Thread j . digout
Je suis absent jusqu'au 7 janvier inclus. En cas d'urgence, à partir du 3 janvier, vous pouvez contacter au secrétariat Mastère : Tricia BOBY (05.61.29.47.10 ou [EMAIL PROTECTED]). ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Installation fails on Ampro Mightyboard 800

2007-01-02 Thread Rod Morgan
FreeBSD 6.x won't install or run on my Ampro Mightyboard 800. Installing from known good CD's with versions 6.0. 6.1 and 6.2Rc1 all generate the following error after pressing [Enter] at the menu prompt. Start screen output Select option, [Enter] for default or [Space] to pause

Egg-Bank Account Update

2007-01-02 Thread Egg Bank Corporation
[masthead_ifyoudont_grassgreen.gif] Dear Valued Customer, Egg Bank, is hereby announcing the New Security Upgrade. We've upgraded our new SSL servers to serve our customers for better and secure banking service,against any fraudulent activities. Due to this

starting KDE after install .. -not-

2007-01-02 Thread bobmc
After KDE is installed, startx still launches the twm default X manager. Diligent RTFM only tells me it should work once the Xserver is configured for the video hardware and monitor. WindowMaker provides a pleasant GUI once I create a $HOME/.xinitrc file. Firefox and Thunderbird work fine.

Re: starting KDE after install .. -not-

2007-01-02 Thread bobmc
Paul Schmehl wrote: --On January 3, 2007 12:46:10 AM -0500 bobmc [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: After KDE is installed, startx still launches the twm default X manager. Diligent RTFM only tells me it should work once the Xserver is configured for the video hardware and monitor. WindowMaker

Re: starting KDE after install .. -not-

2007-01-02 Thread Paul Schmehl
--On January 3, 2007 12:46:10 AM -0500 bobmc [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: After KDE is installed, startx still launches the twm default X manager. Diligent RTFM only tells me it should work once the Xserver is configured for the video hardware and monitor. WindowMaker provides a pleasant GUI once