NFSv3 and v4 slow with newnfs code

2010-08-23 Thread Nikolai Schupbach
We are doing some performance testing on a new system. We have a OpenSolaris NFS server sharing a folder on a ZFS filesystem and a FreeBSD 8.1 NFS client. The machines are directly connected using 10GbE (no switch in-between). Below are the performance figures we attained when doing simple 10GB

Re: NFSv3 and v4 slow with newnfs code

2010-08-23 Thread Adam Vande More
On Mon, Aug 23, 2010 at 12:53 AM, Nikolai Schupbach niko...@net24.co.nzwrote: We are doing some performance testing on a new system. We have a OpenSolaris NFS server sharing a folder on a ZFS filesystem and a FreeBSD 8.1 NFS client. The machines are directly connected using 10GbE (no switch

Re: Installation problem

2010-08-23 Thread Polytropon
On Mon, 23 Aug 2010 00:05:39 -0400, Derek Schwartz derekschwart...@gmail.com wrote: Well, I don't have a memory stick, but I do have other hard drives, should I try it on the other HD's??? Have you been lucky to successfully boot from CD / DVD (1st question) and install FreeBSD onto the hard

Re: Xorg Problems

2010-08-23 Thread perryh
Fred Boatwright f...@blakemfg.com wrote: Until FBSD X is working on the pc I have to use Netscape 4.79 on a Sun running Solaris 2.6 (which I would prefer to keep using if only a modern browser was available) ... If the problems with X on FBSD are limited to the X server (display subsystem),

running FreeBSD on Windows host

2010-08-23 Thread Matthias Apitz
Hello, I've to re-install my laptop with some Windows version (Vista or Windows 7) with disk encryption. Of course I will go on to work in FreeBSD 9-CURRENT and KDE3 as desktop. Please, don't ask me why I have to put Windows below :-) I have some questions: From the point of view of

Re: running FreeBSD on Windows host

2010-08-23 Thread Sergio Tam
2010/8/23 Matthias Apitz g...@unixarea.de: Hello, Hi Matthias I've to re-install my laptop with some Windows version (Vista or Windows 7) with disk encryption. Of course I will go on to work in FreeBSD 9-CURRENT and KDE3 as desktop. Please, don't ask me why I have to put Windows below

Re: running FreeBSD on Windows host

2010-08-23 Thread Leslie Jensen
Matthias Apitz skrev 2010-08-23 09:08: Hello, I've to re-install my laptop with some Windows version (Vista or Windows 7) with disk encryption. Of course I will go on to work in FreeBSD 9-CURRENT and KDE3 as desktop. Please, don't ask me why I have to put Windows below :-) I have some

Re: running FreeBSD on Windows host

2010-08-23 Thread Manolis Kiagias
On 23/08/2010 10:08 π.μ., Matthias Apitz wrote: Hello, I've to re-install my laptop with some Windows version (Vista or Windows 7) with disk encryption. Of course I will go on to work in FreeBSD 9-CURRENT and KDE3 as desktop. Please, don't ask me why I have to put Windows below :-) I have

memory leak?

2010-08-23 Thread n dhert
After a reboot of my FreeBSD 8.0-p4 system a vmstat shows: Mon Aug 23 08:40:00 CEST 2010 procs memory pagedisks faults cpu r b w avmfre flt re pi pofr sr da0 pa0 in sy cs us sy id 1 1 0 1515M 7118M 816 5 5 0 726 0

Re: running FreeBSD on Windows host

2010-08-23 Thread Bruce Cran
On Mon, 23 Aug 2010 12:39:14 +0300 Manolis Kiagias son...@otenet.gr wrote: Vmware achieves very good performance without trouble. VirtualBox works OK most of the time (and it's free) but I had some kernel panics running FreeBSD (unless the host is also FreeBSD!) Have not tried very recent

Re: Installation problem

2010-08-23 Thread Mubeesh ali
Hi, In my case(stuck at bios splash after freebsd install) ,i had to give it to acer support ,as i risked losing warranty if i opened/dismantled my laptop. They have diagnosed harddrive to be faulty(the laptop is hardly 15 days old :-( ). The lappy was running ubuntu and fedora fine. Hope

Re: running FreeBSD on Windows host

2010-08-23 Thread Matthias Apitz
El día Monday, August 23, 2010 a las 12:39:14PM +0300, Manolis Kiagias escribió: Win 7 is a lot better than Vista... Any recommendation for the virtualisation software for best performance? Vmware achieves very good performance without trouble. VirtualBox works OK most of the time

Re: running FreeBSD on Windows host

2010-08-23 Thread Manolis Kiagias
On 23/08/2010 1:31 μ.μ., Bruce Cran wrote: On Mon, 23 Aug 2010 12:39:14 +0300 Manolis Kiagias son...@otenet.gr wrote: Vmware achieves very good performance without trouble. VirtualBox works OK most of the time (and it's free) but I had some kernel panics running FreeBSD (unless the host

Re: running FreeBSD on Windows host

2010-08-23 Thread Manolis Kiagias
On 23/08/2010 2:26 μ.μ., Matthias Apitz wrote: El día Monday, August 23, 2010 a las 12:39:14PM +0300, Manolis Kiagias escribió: Win 7 is a lot better than Vista... Any recommendation for the virtualisation software for best performance? Vmware achieves very good

Re: IO fluctuation

2010-08-23 Thread Pieter de Goeje
On Saturday 21 August 2010 19:48:32 Steffen Neubauer wrote: I think I can exclude the ZFS implementation too, because I tried dd if=/dev/da0 of=/dev/null and executed killall -SIGINFO dd while it was copying and it looked like it stalled randomly too. Not related your problem, but you can

Re: memory leak?

2010-08-23 Thread Ivan Voras
On 08/23/10 11:50, n dhert wrote: After a reboot of my FreeBSD 8.0-p4 system a vmstat shows: Mon Aug 23 08:40:00 CEST 2010 procs memory pagedisks faults cpu r b w avmfre flt re pi pofr sr da0 pa0 in sy cs us sy id 1 1 0

Re: Is this bunk.

2010-08-23 Thread Steven Susbauer
Garry wrote: Mac OS X is basically BSD that's been appleised (serious vendor lock-in), they do give a little back to BSDs, but have made sure that BSDs can't get much off of them, but they can get a lot out of BSD. Also, Windows uses (or used to use) a BSD stack for networking for instance.

Re: Parklogic making a mess

2010-08-23 Thread Bernt Hansson
2010-08-22 00:48, Bruce Cran skrev: On Sat, 21 Aug 2010 17:35:57 +0200 Svein Skogensv...@stillbilde.net wrote: Anybody else seem to get these header-falsified messages lately: I think anyone who posts to freebsd-questions is probably getting them. I haven't seen them, and haven't looked

Re: Is this bunk.

2010-08-23 Thread David Kelly
On Mon, Aug 23, 2010 at 12:12:59AM -0400, Bob Hall wrote: On Mon, Aug 23, 2010 at 01:25:34AM +0100, Garry wrote: Mac OS X is basically BSD that's been appleised (serious vendor lock-in), they do give a little back to BSDs, but have made sure that BSDs can't get much off of them, but they

Re: Xorg Problems

2010-08-23 Thread Fred
per...@pluto.rain.com wrote: Fred Boatwright f...@blakemfg.com wrote: Until FBSD X is working on the pc I have to use Netscape 4.79 on a Sun running Solaris 2.6 (which I would prefer to keep using if only a modern browser was available) ... If the problems with X on FBSD are limited

Re: running FreeBSD on Windows host

2010-08-23 Thread Diego Arias
On Mon, Aug 23, 2010 at 6:31 AM, Manolis Kiagias son...@otenet.gr wrote: On 23/08/2010 2:26 μ.μ., Matthias Apitz wrote: El día Monday, August 23, 2010 a las 12:39:14PM +0300, Manolis Kiagias escribió: Win 7 is a lot better than Vista... Any recommendation for the virtualisation

Directory Encryption?

2010-08-23 Thread Chris Maness
What is a good tool to encrypt a directory? I need an application that is also readily available for Apple OSX, and that does not get mangled when transferring via rsync. Regards, Chris Maness ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: running FreeBSD on Windows host

2010-08-23 Thread Chip Camden
Quoth Matthias Apitz on Monday, 23 August 2010: Hello, I've to re-install my laptop with some Windows version (Vista or Windows 7) with disk encryption. Of course I will go on to work in FreeBSD 9-CURRENT and KDE3 as desktop. Please, don't ask me why I have to put Windows below :-) I

Re: running FreeBSD on Windows host

2010-08-23 Thread Diego Montalvo
I use Win 7 64 bit - Virtual Box 3.2.6 r63112 with FreeBSD 8.0-RELEASE / Xfce installed in Virtual Box have not had any issues at all. Diego On 23 August 2010 07:18, Diego Arias dak@gmail.com wrote: On Mon, Aug 23, 2010 at 6:31 AM, Manolis Kiagias son...@otenet.gr wrote: On 23/08/2010

Re: Is this bunk.

2010-08-23 Thread Chad Perrin
On Sun, Aug 22, 2010 at 11:10:19PM -0400, Garance A Drosehn wrote: At 1:25 AM +0100 8/23/10, Garry wrote: Also, Windows uses (or used to use) a BSD stack for networking for instance. This is true. (or at least it definitely used to be true, I have no idea if Vista and Windows7 are still

Re: Is this bunk.

2010-08-23 Thread Chad Perrin
On Mon, Aug 23, 2010 at 12:00:36AM -0500, Joshua Isom wrote: As for the GPL itself, I think the biggest problem is who controls it and who enforces it. Companies get sued over busybox frequently, and not by the busybox developers. Stallman's views about how computers should work amounts

Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Rem P Roberti
Thanks to the list X11 is now running perfectly on my desktop; not so on my Thinkpad R51. Here's what's happening. I installed xorg on this new 8.1 installation, and have run the xorg configure program, copying the xorg.conf.new file to /etc/X11 as xorg.conf. I have both hald and dbus

Re: Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Glen Barber
On 8/23/10 11:44 AM, Rem P Roberti wrote: Thanks to the list X11 is now running perfectly on my desktop; not so on my Thinkpad R51. Here's what's happening. I installed xorg on this new 8.1 installation, and have run the xorg configure program, copying the xorg.conf.new file to /etc/X11 as

Re: Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Glen Barber
On 8/23/10 11:53 AM, Glen Barber wrote: On 8/23/10 11:44 AM, Rem P Roberti wrote: Thanks to the list X11 is now running perfectly on my desktop; not so on my Thinkpad R51. Here's what's happening. I installed xorg on this new 8.1 installation, and have run the xorg configure program,

Re: Directory Encryption?

2010-08-23 Thread Timm Wimmers
Am 23.08.2010 16:36, schrieb Chris Maness: What is a good tool to encrypt a directory? I need an application that is also readily available for Apple OSX, and that does not get mangled when transferring via rsync. How about openssl'? Encrypt a TARed directory: $ tar cjf -

Re: Is this bunk.

2010-08-23 Thread Chip Camden
Quoth Chad Perrin on Monday, 23 August 2010: On Mon, Aug 23, 2010 at 12:00:36AM -0500, Joshua Isom wrote: As for the GPL itself, I think the biggest problem is who controls it and who enforces it. Companies get sued over busybox frequently, and not by the busybox developers.

Why is the FreeBSD TCP/IP stack the best?

2010-08-23 Thread Ed Flecko
Hi folks, I have several networking books (TCP/IP, Network Security, etc., etc.) and it seems that several of them discuss TCP/IP in different scenarios. One of the common discussions of different OSes are their own implementations of the TCP/IP stack. Most of the authors seem to agree that while

Re: Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Warren Block
On Mon, 23 Aug 2010, Rem P Roberti wrote: Thanks to the list X11 is now running perfectly on my desktop; not so on my Thinkpad R51. Here's what's happening. I installed xorg on this new 8.1 installation, and have run the xorg configure program, copying the xorg.conf.new file to /etc/X11 as

Re: Is this bunk.

2010-08-23 Thread Roland Smith
On Mon, Aug 23, 2010 at 01:25:34AM +0100, Garry wrote: This is a conversation held on a UK group page, can you confirm or deny this as twaddle. Mac OS X is basically BSD that's been appleised (serious vendor lock-in), See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OS_X#History and

Re: Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Rem P Roberti
On 08/23/10 09:21, Warren Block wrote: On Mon, 23 Aug 2010, Rem P Roberti wrote: Thanks to the list X11 is now running perfectly on my desktop; not so on my Thinkpad R51. Here's what's happening. I installed xorg on this new 8.1 installation, and have run the xorg configure program,

Re: Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Rem P Roberti
The R51 should have Mobility Radeon 7500 or 9000 graphics. Here's the xorg.conf from my T42 with a 7500: http://laptop.bsdgroup.de/freebsd/index.html?action=show_configconfig=xconfiglaptop=12947 Here is the xorg.conf that was created by Xorg -configure:

Re: running FreeBSD on Windows host

2010-08-23 Thread Matthias Apitz
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Re: Is this bunk.

2010-08-23 Thread Bill Campbell
Apple is also giving back extensively in the X11 arena with pretty much everything they're doing in X11 being made available with current development and testing done by Apple employees withing the open source tree. X11 snapshots are openly available with extensive feedback through the

Re: Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Glen Barber
On 8/23/10 1:44 PM, Rem P Roberti wrote: The R51 should have Mobility Radeon 7500 or 9000 graphics. Here's the xorg.conf from my T42 with a 7500: http://laptop.bsdgroup.de/freebsd/index.html?action=show_configconfig=xconfiglaptop=12947 Here is the xorg.conf that was created by Xorg

Re: Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Glen Barber
On 8/23/10 1:51 PM, Glen Barber wrote: On 8/23/10 1:44 PM, Rem P Roberti wrote: The R51 should have Mobility Radeon 7500 or 9000 graphics. Here's the xorg.conf from my T42 with a 7500: http://laptop.bsdgroup.de/freebsd/index.html?action=show_configconfig=xconfiglaptop=12947 Here is the

8.1 memstick installation

2010-08-23 Thread Friedemann Becker
Hello, I have some questions about an installation on a memorystick. I have (a few weeks still) a very poor internet connection at home that's unusable for anything beyond email. I tried some hacking on musescore (yes I know that it can't work, but that's not my problem for now). Since I don't

Re: Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Rem P Roberti
On 08/23/10 10:51, Glen Barber wrote: On 8/23/10 1:44 PM, Rem P Roberti wrote: The R51 should have Mobility Radeon 7500 or 9000 graphics. Here's the xorg.conf from my T42 with a 7500: http://laptop.bsdgroup.de/freebsd/index.html?action=show_configconfig=xconfiglaptop=12947 Here is the

Re: Why is the FreeBSD TCP/IP stack the best?

2010-08-23 Thread Roland Smith
On Mon, Aug 23, 2010 at 09:20:35AM -0700, Ed Flecko wrote: One of the common discussions of different OSes are their own implementations of the TCP/IP stack. Most of the authors seem to agree that while different OSes have their pros and cons, most seem to agree that in terms of pure, network

Re: Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Rem P Roberti
On 08/23/10 10:59, Glen Barber wrote: On 8/23/10 1:51 PM, Glen Barber wrote: On 8/23/10 1:44 PM, Rem P Roberti wrote: The R51 should have Mobility Radeon 7500 or 9000 graphics. Here's the xorg.conf from my T42 with a 7500:

Re: 8.1 memstick installation

2010-08-23 Thread Morgan Wesström
On 2010-08-23 19:34, Friedemann Becker wrote: Hello, I have some questions about an installation on a memorystick. I have (a few weeks still) a very poor internet connection at home that's unusable for anything beyond email. I tried some hacking on musescore (yes I know that it can't

How to configure ppp connection

2010-08-23 Thread Jakub Nowacki
Hello! (First of all - forgive me my language, I'am form Poland) I'am new in FreeBSD, but I have used Linux for a few year. I have got mobile modem: Huawei e1750c. As far as I know it is supported by u3g driver. On Linux I use wvdial as a dialer, and there are no problems with connection. On

Re: 8.1 memstick installation

2010-08-23 Thread Glen Barber
On 8/23/10 1:34 PM, Friedemann Becker wrote: Hello, I have some questions about an installation on a memorystick. I have (a few weeks still) a very poor internet connection at home that's unusable for anything beyond email. I tried some hacking on musescore (yes I know that it can't work,

Re: How to configure ppp connection

2010-08-23 Thread Polytropon
On Mon, 23 Aug 2010 20:05:32 +0200, Jakub Nowacki poczta.jnowa...@gmail.com wrote: Hello! (First of all - forgive me my language, I'am form Poland) Dobre. :-) I'am new in FreeBSD, but I have used Linux for a few year. As a first note, know that FreeBSD has *excellent* manpages. Know

Re: Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Warren Block
On Mon, 23 Aug 2010, Rem P Roberti wrote: Section Device     Identifier  Card0     Driver  intel     VendorName  Intel Corporation     BoardName   82852/855GM Integrated Graphics Device     BusID   PCI:0:2:0 EndSection Section Device     Identifier  Card1    

Re: Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Warren Block
On Mon, 23 Aug 2010, Rem P Roberti wrote: I forgot to mention that previous to my installing 8.1 I had PCBSD 8.1 installed just to check it out (no likee), and the PCBSD installer had no problem configuring X.  Unfortunately, I don't have a copy of that xorg.conf. PCBSD has a live mode to

Re: Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Glen Barber
On 8/23/10 3:08 PM, Warren Block wrote: On Mon, 23 Aug 2010, Rem P Roberti wrote: Section Device Identifier Card0 Driver intel VendorName Intel Corporation BoardName 82852/855GM Integrated Graphics Device BusID PCI:0:2:0 EndSection

Re: Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Polytropon
On Mon, 23 Aug 2010 13:08:24 -0600 (MDT), Warren Block wbl...@wonkity.com wrote: Interesting, two device sections. Some notebooks actually do have two video cards, although the R51 might not and this might just be misdetected. Doesn't have to be - maybe it's one VGA and one DVI output?

Re: Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Warren Block
On Mon, 23 Aug 2010, Rem P Roberti wrote: On 08/23/10 10:51, Glen Barber wrote: On 8/23/10 1:44 PM, Rem P Roberti wrote: Here is the xorg.conf that was created by Xorg -configure: Section ServerLayout Identifier

Re: How to configure ppp connection

2010-08-23 Thread Jakub Nowacki
Dnia poniedziałek, 23 sierpnia 2010 o 21:03:32 Polytropon napisał(a): ppp ON localhost dial Warning: deflink: /dev/cuad1: Bad file descriptor Warning: deflink: /dev/cuad0: Bad file descriptor PPP tries to access regular serial lines. Nothing happens, there is still no connection.

Re: Why is the FreeBSD TCP/IP stack the best?

2010-08-23 Thread Ed Flecko
Thanks Roland, The books that I have refer to the efficiency of the stack. Perhaps that's what the authors are referring to as you've referenced being able to saturate a link with traffic and there's little, if any, dropped packets? Ed ___

Re: Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Warren Block
On Mon, 23 Aug 2010, Polytropon wrote: On Mon, 23 Aug 2010 13:08:24 -0600 (MDT), Warren Block wbl...@wonkity.com wrote: Interesting, two device sections. Some notebooks actually do have two video cards, although the R51 might not and this might just be misdetected. Doesn't have to be -

RE: Is this bunk.

2010-08-23 Thread Garry
Thank you all for your replies. The information I posted to you all was NOT my opinion or statement. I use and like FreeBSD more than windows having been introduced to it by a friend some years ago. I was and am most certainly NOT trolling, I merely did not know how much truth was in the statement

Re: Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Rem P Roberti
On 08/23/10 12:14, Glen Barber wrote: On 8/23/10 3:08 PM, Warren Block wrote: On Mon, 23 Aug 2010, Rem P Roberti wrote: Section Device Identifier Card0 Driver intel VendorName Intel Corporation BoardName 82852/855GM Integrated Graphics Device

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Re: Any awk gurus on the list?

2010-08-23 Thread Paul Schmehl
--On Friday, August 20, 2010 17:24:55 -0700 Randal L. Schwartz mer...@stonehenge.com wrote: Paul == Paul Schmehl pschmehl_li...@tx.rr.com writes: Paul Yes, I know I could do this easily in Perl. I'm doing this to try Paul and improve my understanding of awk. To what end? Every modern

Re: Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Rem P Roberti
On 08/23/10 12:11, Warren Block wrote: On Mon, 23 Aug 2010, Rem P Roberti wrote: I forgot to mention that previous to my installing 8.1 I had PCBSD 8.1 installed just to check it out (no likee), and the PCBSD installer had no problem configuring X. Unfortunately, I don't have a copy of

Re: Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Warren Block
On Mon, 23 Aug 2010, Rem P Roberti wrote: I forgot.  The version of PCBSD that I had installed on the Thinkpad was the legacy version.  The latest version, PCBSD 8.1, won't install.  The screen goes blank and the computer freezes, just as happens when trying to install X11 with FreeBSD 8.1

Re: Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Rem P Roberti
On 08/23/10 14:34, Warren Block wrote: On Mon, 23 Aug 2010, Rem P Roberti wrote: I forgot. The version of PCBSD that I had installed on the Thinkpad was the legacy version. The latest version, PCBSD 8.1, won't install. The screen goes blank and the computer freezes, just as happens when

Re: Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Glen Barber
On 8/23/10 5:51 PM, Rem P Roberti wrote: On 08/23/10 14:34, Warren Block wrote: On Mon, 23 Aug 2010, Rem P Roberti wrote: I forgot. The version of PCBSD that I had installed on the Thinkpad was the legacy version. The latest version, PCBSD 8.1, won't install. The screen goes blank and

Re: Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Rem P Roberti
On 08/23/10 15:31, Glen Barber wrote: On 8/23/10 5:51 PM, Rem P Roberti wrote: On 08/23/10 14:34, Warren Block wrote: On Mon, 23 Aug 2010, Rem P Roberti wrote: I forgot. The version of PCBSD that I had installed on the Thinkpad was the legacy version. The latest version, PCBSD 8.1, won't

Re: 8.1 memstick installation

2010-08-23 Thread Aiza
Friedemann Becker wrote: Hello, I have some questions about an installation on a memorystick. I have (a few weeks still) a very poor internet connection at home that's unusable for anything beyond email. I tried some hacking on musescore (yes I know that it can't work, but that's not my

Re: Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Glen Barber
On 8/23/10 7:01 PM, Rem P Roberti wrote: Ok, one quick question. When your screen goes blank, can you [ctrl][alt][fN] to a different TTY, where N is anything between 2-7? I'm curious about the machine's state when you start X. No, when the screen goes blank the whole computer freezes. No

Re: Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Glen Barber
On 8/23/10 7:33 PM, Glen Barber wrote: In addition, it might be helpful to build debugging options into your GENERIC kernel. If you're willing to go down this path, I'll help you get set up, I should mention, though - I used to have issues with the nVidia driver putting my machine in an

Re: Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Rem P Roberti
On 08/23/10 16:33, Glen Barber wrote: On 8/23/10 7:01 PM, Rem P Roberti wrote: Ok, one quick question. When your screen goes blank, can you [ctrl][alt][fN] to a different TTY, where N is anything between 2-7? I'm curious about the machine's state when you start X. No, when the screen goes

Re: Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Rem P Roberti
On 08/23/10 16:59, Glen Barber wrote: On 8/23/10 7:53 PM, Rem P Roberti wrote: First, let's try the vesa thing. Eureka! I changed Driver to vesa in both of the Device sections and X now loads. I doubt that vesa is the ideal entry in the configuration, but at this point I'm not going to

Re: Xorg Redux

2010-08-23 Thread Glen Barber
On 8/23/10 7:53 PM, Rem P Roberti wrote: First, let's try the vesa thing. Eureka! I changed Driver to vesa in both of the Device sections and X now loads. I doubt that vesa is the ideal entry in the configuration, but at this point I'm not going to complain. Great. It looks like the

Re: Why is the FreeBSD TCP/IP stack the best?

2010-08-23 Thread Depo Catcher
On 8/23/2010 11:20 AM, Ed Flecko wrote: Hi folks, I have several networking books (TCP/IP, Network Security, etc., etc.) and it seems that several of them discuss TCP/IP in different scenarios. One of the common discussions of different OSes are their own implementations of the TCP/IP stack.

Re: Why is the FreeBSD TCP/IP stack the best?

2010-08-23 Thread Chad Perrin
Perhaps they rely on the opinions of other OSes' developers -- many of whom have borrowed FreeBSD TCP/IP code to bootstrap their own network stacks. Of course, I think a number of factors contribute to this without necessarily proving it is the technical best: * BSD Unix was first out the gate

Telnet Secure login SRA?

2010-08-23 Thread jaymax
I've just reset my telnet setup, now it comes up with a SRA secure login prompt, how can I get rid of it. I'm just using it for a short while to troubleshoot another installation, Qmail. telnet localhost Trying 127.0.0.1... Connected to localhost. Escape character is '^]'. Trying