apache server, zope server cant access through webbrowser

2007-04-20 Thread dhaneshk k
HI all, I installed FreeBSD6.0 server in my Intel P4 machine , and I installed apache-2.2 webserver through /usr/ports and when I tried to start my webserver by /usr/local/sbin/apachectl command , But when I pointing the url http://localhost in my mozillafirefox(Gnome2.18 configured

apache server, zope server cant access through webbrowser

2007-04-20 Thread dhaneshk k
HI all, I installed FreeBSD6.0 server in my Intel P4 machine , and I installed apache-2.2 webserver through /usr/ports and when I tried to start my webserver by /usr/local/sbin/apachectl command , But when I pointing the url http://localhost in my mozillafirefox(Gnome2.18 configured

apache server, zope server cant access through webbrowser

2007-04-20 Thread dhaneshk k
HI all, I installed FreeBSD6.0 server in my Intel P4 machine , and I installed apache-2.2 webserver through /usr/ports and when I tried to start my webserver by /usr/local/sbin/apachectl command , But when I pointing the url http://localhost in my mozillafirefox(Gnome2.18 configured

ppp(8) Over Dedicated Serial Link

2007-04-20 Thread Crist J. Clark
Thought this would be easy. Probably is, but I'm missing something. I'm trying to get two FreeBSD boxes (5.5 and 6.2) to talk to each other over a dedicated serial link with ppp(8). This, to me, sounds exactly what direct and dedicated mode was designed for. On the PPP client I run, #

Re: apache server, zope server cant access through webbrowser

2007-04-20 Thread Beech Rintoul
On Thursday 19 April 2007, dhaneshk k said: HI all, I installed FreeBSD6.0 server in my Intel P4 machine , and I installed apache-2.2 webserver through /usr/ports and when I tried to start my webserver by /usr/local/sbin/apachectl command , But when I pointing the url

Supported PCI Express x1 Ethernet Cards

2007-04-20 Thread Don O'Neil
Does anyone have a suggestion for a supported 10/100/1000 PCI Express x1 ethernet card supported under 6.1? Thanks! ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail

Re: Supported PCI Express x1 Ethernet Cards

2007-04-20 Thread Niclas Zeising
On 4/20/07, Don O'Neil [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Does anyone have a suggestion for a supported 10/100/1000 PCI Express x1 ethernet card supported under 6.1? Thanks! The Intel PRO/1000 pci-e is supported afaik. It uses the em driver, and at least hhe pci one works like a charm. HTH //Niclas --

Re: Code beautification and/or printing utilities that are not part of an editor

2007-04-20 Thread Tom Evans
On Thu, 2007-04-19 at 15:10 -0600, Andrew Falanga wrote: Another question for everyone. Are there any programs, hopefully available in the ports, that one can use to print source code files to a printer (or create as a postscript file)? I'd like something that I can feed a C++ program, have

Re: Code beautification and/or printing utilities that are not part of an editor

2007-04-20 Thread Tom Evans
On Fri, 2007-04-20 at 10:23 +0100, Tom Evans wrote: On Thu, 2007-04-19 at 15:10 -0600, Andrew Falanga wrote: Another question for everyone. Are there any programs, hopefully available in the ports, that one can use to print source code files to a printer (or create as a postscript file)?

Re: apache server, zope server cant access through webbrowser

2007-04-20 Thread Luke Jee
/usr/local/etc/rc.d/apache22 rcvar be sure, apache22_enable=YES if not, echo apache22_enable=\YES\ /etc/rc.conf.local then apachectl start run sockstat -4l | grep ':80' check http 80 port is listenning Luke Jee On Apr 20, 2007, at 3:08 PM, Beech Rintoul wrote: On Thursday 19 April 2007,

Re: Supported PCI Express x1 Ethernet Cards

2007-04-20 Thread Mike Tancsa
On Fri, 20 Apr 2007 00:51:38 -0700, in sentex.lists.freebsd.questions you wrote: Does anyone have a suggestion for a supported 10/100/1000 PCI Express x1 ethernet card supported under 6.1? There are Intel and bge nics that I have used. The Intels are more common and work best I find.

network/IP notation question ##.##.##.##/??

2007-04-20 Thread Jim Stapleton
I am looking at something that has the following line as a demo: set iface route 192.168.0.0/24 what does the /24 mean? Thanks, -Jim Stapleton ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions

Re: network/IP notation question ##.##.##.##/??

2007-04-20 Thread Vince
Jim Stapleton wrote: I am looking at something that has the following line as a demo: set iface route 192.168.0.0/24 what does the /24 mean? Its the number of bits in the netmask. This is known as CIDR notation, In this case it translates to 255.255.255.0 Vince Thanks, -Jim Stapleton

Re: MS, Adobe competition heats up, Will Adobe wake and port Flash to BSD?

2007-04-20 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
On 19/04/07, Beech Rintoul [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wednesday 18 April 2007, Abdullah Ibn Hamad Al-Marri said: On 4/18/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 17/04/07, Abdullah Ibn Hamad Al-Marri [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: . . . Porting Flash to more OSes will sure will

Re: apache server, zope server cant access through webbrowser

2007-04-20 Thread Marc Rocque
Dhanesh, You also may want to run nmap against your localhost to see that port 80 is serving. Also start a tcpdump session to get a handle on how packets are flowing for your port 80, 8080 requests. Marc On 4/20/07, Luke Jee [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: /usr/local/etc/rc.d/apache22 rcvar be

Re: network/IP notation question ##.##.##.##/??

2007-04-20 Thread Joe Holden
Jim Stapleton wrote: I am looking at something that has the following line as a demo: set iface route 192.168.0.0/24 what does the /24 mean? Thanks, -Jim Stapleton http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Classless_Inter-Domain_Routing HTH, J ___

Re: gmirror - one provider won't activate

2007-04-20 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
On 19/04/07, Cam Baillie [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I set up a RAID 1 duplex following the well-laid out OnLamp article. I had successfully synchronised both disks prior to rebooting. Then I rebooted and the ad3 disk wouldn't activate. The system boots off of ad0 while slices within ad1 and

Re: I like Ubuntu

2007-04-20 Thread Chris
Chad Perrin wrote: On Thu, Apr 19, 2007 at 01:51:34PM -0700, Chuck Swiger wrote: On Apr 19, 2007, at 1:14 PM, Chad Perrin wrote: [ ...diatribe deleted... ] Is that clear enough for you? I'm not an imbecile that doesn't know how to use email, and I'm not using a mail client circa 1884

FreeBSD pxe

2007-04-20 Thread Eddie Chen
I am in the process of setting up a FreeBSD pxe server using the the instructions from http://people.freebsd.org/~alfred/pxe/en_US.ISO8859-1/articles/pxe/article.html, and in step 3 (bootstrap setup), the links to kern.flp and mfsroot.flp floopy images are currently dead. Can you tell me where

ath_hal shows up but nothing else in my dmesg

2007-04-20 Thread Rob
Here is the only line in my dmesg related to anything wireless: ath_hal: 0.9.20.3 (AR5210, AR5211, AR5212, RF5111, RF5112, RF2413, RF5413) No ath0, wlan, etc. I am using a variant of the GENERIC kernel config file: # Wireless NIC cards device wlan# 802.11 support device

procmailrc question

2007-04-20 Thread David Banning
It seems that putting anything in my /usr/local/etc/procmailrc file causes procmail to ignore ~/.procmailrc files. Is there a way to get procmail to look at ~/.procmailrc after it reads /usr/local/etc/procmailrc ? ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org

portupgrade failing, portsdb error

2007-04-20 Thread Drew Sanford
I get the following error: [EMAIL PROTECTED](/usr/ports)# portupgrade gnome-vfs [Updating the portsdb format:bdb_btree in /usr/ports ... - 16885 port entries found

SMP only detects one CPU - help?

2007-04-20 Thread Adam J Richardson
Hi all, Firstly, apologies for the length of this. It's my first mailing list posting, so I hope I'm not breaching any etiquette codes. Also I've only been using FreeBSD for a couple of years, so I'm still very new to the system. I have recently become the proud owner of a second-hand HP

Anti Spam

2007-04-20 Thread Grant Peel
Hi all, I am posting this question here because I know there are alot of ISPs using FreeBSD (including me) and am hoping to get feedback, either directly to me or to the list. We are wrestling (as I am sure many are), with spam. Up until now we have been employing Spamassassin locally and

Re: FreeBSD pxe

2007-04-20 Thread Erik Norgaard
Eddie Chen wrote: I am in the process of setting up a FreeBSD pxe server using the the instructions from http://people.freebsd.org/~alfred/pxe/en_US.ISO8859-1/articles/pxe/article.html, and in step 3 (bootstrap setup), the links to kern.flp and mfsroot.flp floopy images are currently dead.

How to get best results from FreeBSD-questions

2007-04-20 Thread Greg Lehey
How to get the best results from FreeBSD questions. === Last update $Date: 2005/08/10 02:21:44 $ This is a regular posting to the FreeBSD questions mailing list. If you got it in answer to a message you sent, it means that the sender thinks that

Re: SMP only detects one CPU - help?

2007-04-20 Thread Chuck Swiger
On Apr 20, 2007, at 9:14 AM, Adam J Richardson wrote: Finally, mptable shows what's really going on: MP Config Base Table Entries: -- Processors: APIC ID Version StateFamily Model Step Flags 3 0x11BSP, usable 6 8 30x387fbff 0 0x11

The Complete FreeBSD: errata and addenda

2007-04-20 Thread Greg Lehey
The trouble with books is that you can't update them the way you can a web page or any other online documentation. The result is that most leading edge computer books are out of date almost before they are printed. Unfortunately, The Complete FreeBSD, published by O'Reilly, is no exception.

Re: procmailrc question

2007-04-20 Thread Dan Busarow
On Apr 20, 2007, at 9:41 AM, David Banning wrote: It seems that putting anything in my /usr/local/etc/procmailrc file causes procmail to ignore ~/.procmailrc files. Is there a way to get procmail to look at ~/.procmailrc after it reads /usr/local/etc/procmailrc ? You might take a close look

Re: SMP only detects one CPU - help?

2007-04-20 Thread Apatewna
O/H Adam J Richardson έγραψε: Hi all, Firstly, apologies for the length of this. It's my first mailing list posting, so I hope I'm not breaching any etiquette codes. Also I've only been using FreeBSD for a couple of years, so I'm still very new to the system. Maybe you should use FreeBSD

Re: procmailrc question

2007-04-20 Thread David Banning
On Fri, Apr 20, 2007 at 11:41:04AM -0400, David Banning wrote: It seems that putting anything in my /usr/local/etc/procmailrc file causes procmail to ignore ~/.procmailrc files. Is there a way to get procmail to look at ~/.procmailrc after it reads /usr/local/etc/procmailrc ? It seems that

Re: Anti Spam

2007-04-20 Thread Randy Schultz
On Fri, 20 Apr 2007, Grant Peel spaketh thusly: -}Hi all, -} -}I am posting this question here because I know there are alot of ISPs using FreeBSD (including me) and am hoping to get feedback, either directly to me or to the list. -} -}We are wrestling (as I am sure many are), with spam. Up

Re: procmailrc question - solution?

2007-04-20 Thread David Banning
It seems that anything that is not processed by the global procmailrc file is processed by the local .procmailrc file. What I would like to do is flag a few users only and send them to the their users .procmailrc file. Kind of the reverse of the normal. If I had to improvise; :0 *

Re: procmailrc question

2007-04-20 Thread David Banning
You might take a close look at whatever you're putting into your etc/ procmailrc file. I've got plenty of rules in my global etc/procmailrc and the ~/.procmailrc files are processed as well. Thanks for that Dan. After having done some more reading, it seems private procmailrc files are

RE: Anti Spam

2007-04-20 Thread Thomas Mullins
A neighboring school system is using the Barracuda and really like it. Can't comment on the Easyantispam. But, why not just implement your own SA solution? That is what we do. I would be glad to explain our setup. Shane -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL

RE: Anti Spam

2007-04-20 Thread Philip Hallstrom
Also look into postfix along with policyd-weight (http://www.policyd-weight.org/). That's all I use and I probably get about 2 spam a day... I used to get 40-50... in a nutshell it checks multiple dnsbls and uses a scoring system to block it before you ever get the message body. And it

MS Windows emulator or VM with USB support

2007-04-20 Thread Milan Knizek
Hello, is there an emulator or virtual machine, which would run MS Windows on FreeBSD as a host system and support USB devices? (I do not mean USB Mass Storage, but e.g. Garmin GPS device with Garmin's MapSource.) Preferrably some free software. AFAIK wine cannot support usb devices, VMware

FBSD RSS feed

2007-04-20 Thread scuba
Hi all, Why the RSS feed of the security advisories does not work with Fire Fox? http://www.freebsd.org/security/advisories.rdf This XML file does not appear to have any style information associated with it. The document tree is shown below. - Marcelo

Linking error with __float128 conversions

2007-04-20 Thread Hyo geol, Lee
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA512 Hello. I had problem in linking error with __float128 conversion functions. I am using FreeBSD/amd64 -current and test code is below. #include strings.h int main(void) { __float128 a; long double b; bzero(a, sizeof(__float128)); bzero(b,

Re: Samba and RAID 1 using gmirror on 2 new disks

2007-04-20 Thread L Goodwin
Thanks for the steps, Laszlo. I got as far as creating a freebsd slice on da1 (both da1 and da2 have been low-level formatted). Now I have two questions: 1) When creating the slice on da1, I specified to use the entire disk, but there are 2 unused sections -- one before and one after the new

Re: Linking error with __float128 conversions

2007-04-20 Thread Chuck Swiger
On Apr 20, 2007, at 12:08 PM, Hyo geol, Lee wrote: I had problem in linking error with __float128 conversion functions. I am using FreeBSD/amd64 -current and test code is below. [ ... ] When I build above code, I got linking error. Is this just unsupported functions or something missing in

Re: Samba and RAID 1 using gmirror on 2 new disks

2007-04-20 Thread Jerry McAllister
On Fri, Apr 20, 2007 at 12:39:28PM -0700, L Goodwin wrote: Thanks for the steps, Laszlo. I got as far as creating a freebsd slice on da1 (both da1 and da2 have been low-level formatted). Now I have two questions: 1) When creating the slice on da1, I specified to use the entire disk, but

RE: Anti Spam

2007-04-20 Thread dbetts
I found this article and it helped alot. I rarely have any spam get through. Thee are 2 parts to this so maker sure you goto page 3 and scroll to the bottom of the page for a link to page 2 if you don't want to read this section http://www.crn.com/white-box/188701471?pgno=1 -- Darrell [EMAIL

Help : How to add new architecture support in FreeBSD?

2007-04-20 Thread Patil, Kiran
Resending with Help keyword in subject. I just joined this mailing list, SO please forgive me if I violate any rule and please correct me if you can. Question : I have been tasked to add support for new architecture ( e.g.of architectures are - alpha, amd64, i386, etc likewise we are

Re: Anti Spam

2007-04-20 Thread Steve Bertrand
Grant Peel wrote: Hi all, I am posting this question here because I know there are alot of ISPs using FreeBSD (including me) and am hoping to get feedback, either directly to me or to the list. We are wrestling (as I am sure many are), with spam. Up until now we have been employing

Re: Anti Spam

2007-04-20 Thread Kenny Dail
I am posting this question here because I know there are alot of ISPs using FreeBSD (including me) and am hoping to get feedback, either directly to me or to the list. I work for an ISP with a mix of freeBSD and Linus servers. We are wrestling (as I am sure many are), with spam. Up until now

How to add new architecture support in FreeBSD

2007-04-20 Thread Patil, Kiran
I just joined this mailing list, SO please forgive me if I violate any rule and please correct me if you can. Question : I have been tasked to add support for new architecture ( e.g.of architectures are - alpha, amd64, i386, etc likewise we are going to have new architecture ) in FreeBSD.

Re: Help : How to add new architecture support in FreeBSD?

2007-04-20 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Fri, Apr 20, 2007 at 01:38:14PM -0700, Patil, Kiran wrote: Resending with Help keyword in subject. I just joined this mailing list, SO please forgive me if I violate any rule and please correct me if you can. Question : I have been tasked to add support for new

Re: freebsd-questions Digest, Vol 174, Issue 15

2007-04-20 Thread Adam J Richardson
Message: 7 Date: Fri, 20 Apr 2007 10:51:58 -0500 From: Drew Sanford [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: portupgrade failing, portsdb error To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Message-ID: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Content-Type: text/plain; charset=ISO-8859-1; format=flowed I get the following error: [EMAIL

Re: Help : How to add new architecture support in FreeBSD?

2007-04-20 Thread Bill Moran
In response to Patil, Kiran [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I have been tasked to add support for new architecture ( e.g.of architectures are - alpha, amd64, i386, etc likewise we are going to have new architecture ) in FreeBSD. Are there any known documents/BKMs/collateral regarding this. Any

Re: Anti Spam

2007-04-20 Thread Kurt Buff
Maia Mailguard - it rocks. Check out the tutorial at purplehat.org. Set it up yourself. On 4/20/07, Grant Peel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, I am posting this question here because I know there are alot of ISPs using FreeBSD (including me) and am hoping to get feedback, either directly to

Re: Anti Spam

2007-04-20 Thread Derek Ragona
At 11:43 AM 4/20/2007, Grant Peel wrote: Hi all, I am posting this question here because I know there are alot of ISPs using FreeBSD (including me) and am hoping to get feedback, either directly to me or to the list. We are wrestling (as I am sure many are), with spam. Up until now we have

Re: Help : How to add new architecture support in FreeBSD?

2007-04-20 Thread Bill Moran
In response to Patil, Kiran [EMAIL PROTECTED]: -Original Message- From: Bill Moran [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] In response to Patil, Kiran [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I have been tasked to add support for new architecture ( e.g.of architectures are - alpha, amd64, i386, etc likewise we

CUPS + FreeBSD 6.2 + HP Laserjet 5

2007-04-20 Thread Jim Stapleton
I'm trying to print a test page for my printer using cups and I get the following error: Unsupported format 'application/postscript'! I couldn't find anything when googling with FreeBSD in my search. When I took out FreeBSD, I got something for debian referencing lines 103 and 109 in the config

Re: Samba and RAID 1 using gmirror on 2 new disks

2007-04-20 Thread L Goodwin
Hi, Jerry: Yes, I want to run Samba (sorry the list of requirements from my original email got left off). I also want to have the server run scheduled backups of the mirror disk. However... I am not able to initialize da1 and da2 successfully. I went through the process of running FDISK and

Re: Samba and RAID 1 using gmirror on 2 new disks

2007-04-20 Thread Jerry McAllister
On Fri, Apr 20, 2007 at 03:12:46PM -0700, L Goodwin wrote: Hi, Jerry: Yes, I want to run Samba (sorry the list of requirements from my original email got left off). I also want to have the server run scheduled backups of the mirror disk. However... OK. I saw that later in your subject

Re: Anti Spam

2007-04-20 Thread Eric Crist
On Apr 20, 2007, at 11:43 AMApr 20, 2007, Grant Peel wrote: Hi all, I am posting this question here because I know there are alot of ISPs using FreeBSD (including me) and am hoping to get feedback, either directly to me or to the list. We are wrestling (as I am sure many are), with spam.

Proliant G5 and E200i controller

2007-04-20 Thread jhall
I have purchased a new Proliant G5 server with the E200i RAID controller. FreeBSD is not recognizing the the drives. The ciss module for the controller is not loaded. Do I need to do something special to make FreeBSD recognize the controller? Thanks, Jay

Re: MS Windows emulator or VM with USB support

2007-04-20 Thread youshi10
On Fri, 20 Apr 2007, Milan Knizek wrote: Hello, is there an emulator or virtual machine, which would run MS Windows on FreeBSD as a host system and support USB devices? (I do not mean USB Mass Storage, but e.g. Garmin GPS device with Garmin's MapSource.) Preferrably some free software. AFAIK

Re: MS Windows emulator or VM with USB support

2007-04-20 Thread Adam J Richardson
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Fri, 20 Apr 2007, Milan Knizek wrote: Hello, is there an emulator or virtual machine, which would run MS Windows on FreeBSD as a host system and support USB devices? (I do not mean USB Mass Storage, but e.g. Garmin GPS device with Garmin's MapSource.)

GPG Signature on List-serve?

2007-04-20 Thread Eric Mesa
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 The list-serve appears to be signed via GPG (PGP). Sorry if I missed the info somewhere, but what server can I download the key from? Thanks! - -- Eric Mesa [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.ericsbinaryworld.com Note: All emails from this address