Re: FreeBSD 9.0 hang

2012-07-03 Thread Wojciech Puchar


I have no ATM interfaces so it shouldn't be loading to my way of thinking.


so check while this module is loading at all, no matter if it's 
unsuccessull. FreeBSD is not random place like windows, everything

must have a reason.
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Tweetless

2012-07-03 Thread Lars Eighner


Call me crazy, but it seems that since the perl bump (5.12 - threaded-5.16)
when firefox (13.0.1,1) got rebuilt, it seems twitter pages do not fully
load, give me the slow loading banner, and the page (not browser or X)
freezes, but no such problems were evident before, and twitter seems
entirely normal in Opera 12.00.

FreeBSD noos.larseighner.com 8.3-RELEASE-p2 FreeBSD 8.3-RELEASE-p2 #0: \
Thu Jun 14 10:31:16 CDT 2012   \
t...@noos.6dollardialup.com:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/NOOSJUNE12  amd64

I'm guessing weirdness in Firefox 13.0.1,1.  Many other sites (Facebook,
Google Maps, Google, Bing, etc seem to be normal.

Is anyone else noticing something of the sort?


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Re: FreeBSD 9.0 hang

2012-07-03 Thread Doug Hardie

On 2 July 2012, at 22:59, Wojciech Puchar wrote:

 
 I have no ATM interfaces so it shouldn't be loading to my way of thinking.
 
 so check while this module is loading at all, no matter if it's unsuccessull. 
 FreeBSD is not random place like windows, everything
 must have a reason.
 

True it must, but I have no idea why if_en would try to be loaded or even how 
to figure that out.  There is nothing in the logs.  My understanding is that 
you would have to have an interface that requires the en driver.  pciconf 
doesn't show any.

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Networking IP Address Issues : NetBSD on Xen VM

2012-07-03 Thread dhaneshk k


List,

Little bit offtopic of FreBSD, Hope some one can help with some suggestions..


The Objective is to
port NetBSD as a Virtual Machine into  Cloud.






Steps Involved in
Porting NetBSD as a Virtual Machine:





Porting of NetBSD as
a Virtual Machine involves 2 steps.


A. Porting NetBSD
w.r.t Virtualization



B. Porting NetBSD
w.r.t Cloud MiddleWare


If Step 1 is
completed successfully, then only Step2 could be proceeded.







A. Porting NetBSD
w.r.t Virtualization:




 
We use Xen
Virtualization.Xen Virtualization involves the following steps.


Various methods are
available to port NetBSD as Virtual Machine in Xen





1. Building from ISO
( Via Paravirtualization - Using NetBSD community provided Kernel /
Full Virtualization - using Qemu )






2. Building the
NetBSD File System from the Source





We have tried both
the ways.







1.1 Building from ISO
( Via Paravirtualization - Using NetBSD community provided Kernel ):





1. Get the ISO file
of NetBSD Operating System .


2. Build the IMG
File from the ISO File by using NetBSD community provided Kernel 






Refer :
http://www.netbsd.org/ports/xen/howto.html






1.2 Building from ISO
( Via Full virtualization - Using Qemu):





Refer:
http://open.eucalyptus.com/wiki/creating-images-iso-xen


By following the
above Step, the following version of NetBSD Image was built.










Version



NetBSD
5.1





Kernel



XEN3_DOMU





Kernel
Version



NetBSD
netbsd51.yourdomain.org 5.1 NetBSD 5.1 (XEN3_DOMU) #0: Sat Nov 6
13:17:16 UTC 2010
bui...@b6.netbsd.org:/home/builds/ab/netbsd-5-1-RELEASE/amd64/201011061943Z-obj/home/builds/ab/netbsd-5-1-RELEASE/src/sys/arch/amd64/compile/XEN3_DOMU
amd64





Architecture



amd64
/ 64 Bit Guest Virtual Machine








Working
Components :





The NetBSD Guest is
booted successfully in Multi User Mode, which enables root user to
create / delete files / directories.


The Network
Interface is xennet0



The File System
details are as follows.















Filesystem



Size



Used



Avail



%Cap



Mounted
on





/dev/xbd0a



9.5
GB



628
MB



8.4
GB



6%



/





kernfs



1.0K



1.0K



0B



100%



/kern





ptyfs



1.0K



1.0K



0B



100%



/dev/pts





procfs



4.0K



4.0K



0B



100%



/proc
















Issues Faced:





Unable to set IP
Address manually (or) via dhclient
command.



Even though static
IP Address is assigned, netmask,gateway

is set, the NetBSD Guest
Virtual Machine is unable to

 connect to outside Network; Machines in
outside network 

are also unable to connect to the NetBSD Guest
Virtual 

Machine .





Please shed some light on this, Why this issue occurs ?  Or  doing wrong way?






2. Building the
NetBSD File System and Kernel from the Source:







NetBSD Image could
be built by connecting to the NetBSD

 repository, download the Source
packages, compile and build

the Kernel and the NetBSD File System;
at last convert the

 NetBSD File System into a single Image via makefs
command.







I compiled 64 Bit
NetBSD Kernel and 64 Bit NetBSD File System.






B. Porting NetBSD
into Cloud MiddleWare:





Porting NetBSD into
Cloud Middleware involves bundling ,

 uploading and registering
Kernel, RamDisk and Machine Image

 into  Cloud.











The
NetBSD Image has been uploaded into cloud and a sample Virtual
Machine was run Successfully in our Cloud Setup (192.168.1.6).












Refer :


http://blog.netbsd.org/tnf/entry/netbsd_now_runs_under_amazon





By following this
procedure, the following version of NetBSD

 Image was built.










Version



NetBSD
6.99.8





Kernel



XEN3_DOMU





Kernel
Version



NetBSD
6.99.8 NetBSD 6.99.8 (XEN3_DOMU) #0: Fri Jun 29 21:55:59 IST 2012
root@pancdaccloud:/home/src/usr/obj/sys/arch/amd64/compile/XEN3_DOMU
amd64





Architecture



amd64
/ 64 Bit Guest Virtual Machine








Working
Components :





The Network
Interface is xennet0



IP Address was
obtained successfully via dhclient
command.






The NetBSD Guest
Virtual Machine is able to connect to

 outside Network; Machines in
outside network are also able

 to connect to the NetBSD Guest Virtual
Machine .














The File System
details are as follows.















Filesystem



Size



Used



Avail



%Cap



Mounted
on





root_device



255
MB



135
MB



107
MB



55%



/





tmpfs



1.4
MB



632
KB



840
KB



42%



/dev








Issues Faced:





1.The NetBSD Guest
is booted in Single User Mode, which

 disables root
user to create / delete files / directories.The

 Filesystem is mounted
in read-only
mode.

Why the box going to Single user mode? Am I doing wrong ?







Common Issues:





There are certain
places where Human Intervention is

 required.While NetBSD Virtual
Machine Guest is being

 booted, at first it asks for default
Interpreter (/bin/sh).At this

 situation, User is required to give a
value and press Enter

 Key.After getting input from the User, System
Services are

 

Re: Tweetless

2012-07-03 Thread Arthur Chance

On 07/03/12 07:04, Lars Eighner wrote:


Call me crazy, but it seems that since the perl bump (5.12 -
threaded-5.16)
when firefox (13.0.1,1) got rebuilt, it seems twitter pages do not fully
load, give me the slow loading banner, and the page (not browser or X)
freezes, but no such problems were evident before, and twitter seems
entirely normal in Opera 12.00.

FreeBSD noos.larseighner.com 8.3-RELEASE-p2 FreeBSD 8.3-RELEASE-p2 #0: \
Thu Jun 14 10:31:16 CDT 2012   \
t...@noos.6dollardialup.com:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/NOOSJUNE12  amd64

I'm guessing weirdness in Firefox 13.0.1,1.  Many other sites (Facebook,
Google Maps, Google, Bing, etc seem to be normal.

Is anyone else noticing something of the sort?


I rarely look at Twitter so can't comment on that specific site, but if 
I'm loading multiple pages at once my FF goes catatonic for a while, 
with the tab busy indicators not changing, no network traffic whatsoever 
shown by the ethernet switch blinkenlights, and no response to clicking 
on tabs. After a while it clears and goes on normally. I can't say for 
certain this is FF though, as my network connection was recently 
upgraded to VDSL, so I'm still trying to see if other networking suffers 
hangs. (But it doesn't seem to.) When I get time I'll try another browser.


uname -a:

FreeBSD fileserver.home.qeng-ho.org 9.0-RELEASE-p3 FreeBSD 
9.0-RELEASE-p3 #2: Tue Jun 19 16:27:01 BST 2012 
r...@fileserver.home.qeng-ho.org:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC  amd64


pkg_info -I firefox-\*:

firefox-13.0.1,1
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Re: WITHOUT_MODULES in /etc/make.conf doesn't work

2012-07-03 Thread Thomas Mueller
from Polytropon free...@edvax.de:

 On Mon, 02 Jul 2012 22:59:44 -0400, Thomas Mueller wrote:
  How does one, when building the kernel, prevent building one or more 
  modules?

 Use the new means of /etc/src.conf (see man src.conf for
 details) to prevent the building of modules.

I looked through man make.conf and man src.conf and couldn't find what you 
mean by the new means of /etc/src.conf .

I saw references to WITHOUT_MODULES in man make.conf but not man src.conf.

Would 
WITHOUT_MODULES= ulpt
work better in /etc/src.conf than in /etc/make.conf ?

  I have
  WITHOUT_MODULES= ulpt
  in /etc/make.conf
  but ulpt.ko always appears in /boot/kernel directory.
 
  For now, I want to build all modules except for this one, but
  perhaps I could keep everything in kernel config and not build modules.

 Also a possibility - for best control case, combine both, e. g.
 a custom kernel that only includes what you explicitely specity,
 and src.conf to avoid building of modules you're intendedly not
 going to need.

Besides the toxic (?) ulpt.ko, there are a lot of modules that would never be 
used on my hardware, and other modules that could be built in the kernel as 
non-modules (such as support for msdosfs and ext2fs, which I don't want to be 
without).

from Wojciech Puchar woj...@wojtek.tensor.gdynia.pl :

  I think MODULES_OVERRIDE is for building only a few modules instead of a 
  large number of modules?

 true. definitely works for me.


  Alternatively, how can I prevent ulpt.ko from automatically loading when I 
  connect a USB printer (HP) that is supposed to work with ugen but not ulpt.

 devd.conf?

I looked through /etc/devd.conf and associated man pages (devd, devd.conf), 
couldn't immediately find how to prevent ulpt.ko from loading.

Maybe I could find it if I connect the printer and go through print/hplip 
documentation?

Either the printer is screwy, hplip is screwy, and/or the BSD adaptations to 
hplip are screwy, and I can't tell which.

Tom
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Re: WITHOUT_MODULES in /etc/make.conf doesn't work

2012-07-03 Thread Polytropon
On Tue, 03 Jul 2012 04:54:05 -0400, Thomas Mueller wrote:
 from Polytropon free...@edvax.de:
 
  On Mon, 02 Jul 2012 22:59:44 -0400, Thomas Mueller wrote:
   How does one, when building the kernel, prevent building one or more 
   modules?
 
  Use the new means of /etc/src.conf (see man src.conf for
  details) to prevent the building of modules.
 
 I looked through man make.conf and man src.conf and couldn't find what 
 you mean by the new means of /etc/src.conf .
 
 I saw references to WITHOUT_MODULES in man make.conf but not man src.conf.

Yes, /etc/src.conf uses WITHOUT_* on a per-module basis, so you need
to explicitely name the modules not to build.

But you're right, there's only WITHOUT_USB (for not building the
USB-related parts), so going with kernel configuration would be
a good point to start -- the more precise you can define your
test setting and its variables, the better you can diagnose the
problem.

In /etc/make.conf, you could use MODULES_OVERRIDE to define the
set of modules you want (because only _those_ will then be
build) and keeping their functionality out of the kernel. In
this case, you have control over your test setting using the
modules.

The same files offers NO_MODULES=yes to avoid building modules
at all (use custom kernel instead).

If you decide to use WITHOUT_MODULES, you can define the set of
modules you want to avoid building, everything else will be
built.



 Would 
 WITHOUT_MODULES= ulpt
 work better in /etc/src.conf than in /etc/make.conf ?

No, /etc/src.conf as (according to its manpage) a defined set of
variables that will be considered when building (or _not_ building)
certain modules.



 Besides the toxic (?) ulpt.ko, there are a lot of modules that
 would never be used on my hardware, and other modules that could
 be built in the kernel as non-modules (such as support for msdosfs
 and ext2fs, which I don't want to be without).

That's a good setting for using a custom kernel and not even
building the modules for the non-used functionalities. :-)




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portmaster embarrassingly simple question (y- option)

2012-07-03 Thread Jakub Lach
=== Starting check for runtime dependencies
=== Gathering dependency list for archivers/unzip from ports
=== No dependencies for archivers/unzip
=== Installing package

=== Installation of archivers/unzip (unzip-6.0_1) succeeded


=== Delete unzip60.tar.gz? y/n [n] 

What option do I need to specify with -y to automatically answer those?

I've tried --clean-distfiles, --clean-packages but it's not it.

It usually happens when doing portmaster --packages-build
--delete-build-only 
build.

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Re: WITHOUT_MODULES in /etc/make.conf doesn't work

2012-07-03 Thread Jakub Lach
Try with:

WITHOUT_MODULES= usb/ulpt

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Re: WITHOUT_MODULES in /etc/make.conf doesn't work

2012-07-03 Thread Jakub Lach
and consider using MODULES_OVERRIDE if you will
precisely know your needs.

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Re: portmaster embarrassingly simple question (y- option)

2012-07-03 Thread Dean E. Weimer
-d tells it to always delete old files without prompting.

Thanks,
 Dean Weimer

On Jul 3, 2012, at 5:29 AM, Jakub Lach jakub_l...@mailplus.pl wrote:

 === Starting check for runtime dependencies
 === Gathering dependency list for archivers/unzip from ports
 === No dependencies for archivers/unzip
 === Installing package
 
 === Installation of archivers/unzip (unzip-6.0_1) succeeded
 
 
 === Delete unzip60.tar.gz? y/n [n] 
 
 What option do I need to specify with -y to automatically answer those?
 
 I've tried --clean-distfiles, --clean-packages but it's not it.
 
 It usually happens when doing portmaster --packages-build
 --delete-build-only 
 build.
 
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Re: portmaster embarrassingly simple question (y- option)

2012-07-03 Thread Bas Smeelen

On 07/03/2012 12:29 PM, Jakub Lach wrote:

=== Starting check for runtime dependencies
=== Gathering dependency list for archivers/unzip from ports
=== No dependencies for archivers/unzip
=== Installing package

=== Installation of archivers/unzip (unzip-6.0_1) succeeded


=== Delete unzip60.tar.gz? y/n [n]

What option do I need to specify with -y to automatically answer those?


Hi
-d



I've tried --clean-distfiles, --clean-packages but it's not it.

It usually happens when doing portmaster --packages-build
--delete-build-only
build.





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Re: portmaster embarrassingly simple question (y- option)

2012-07-03 Thread Iqbal Aroussi
Hi Jakub,


On Tue, Jul 3, 2012 at 12:45 PM, Dean E. Weimer dwei...@dweimer.net wrote:

 -d tells it to always delete old files without prompting.

 Thanks,
  Dean Weimer

 On Jul 3, 2012, at 5:29 AM, Jakub Lach jakub_l...@mailplus.pl wrote:

  === Starting check for runtime dependencies
  === Gathering dependency list for archivers/unzip from ports
  === No dependencies for archivers/unzip
  === Installing package
 
  === Installation of archivers/unzip (unzip-6.0_1) succeeded
 
 
  === Delete unzip60.tar.gz? y/n [n]
 
  What option do I need to specify with -y to automatically answer those?
 
  I've tried --clean-distfiles, --clean-packages but it's not it.
 
  It usually happens when doing portmaster --packages-build
  --delete-build-only
  build.



usually I use: portmaster -dbg port

-b  create and keep a backup package of an installed port
-g  create a package of the new port
-d  always clean distfiles

Best Regards

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Re: portmaster embarrassingly simple question (y- option)

2012-07-03 Thread Jakub Lach
Excellent, I knew I was missing something simple. 

Thanks!

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Re: portmaster embarrassingly simple question (y- option)

2012-07-03 Thread Jakub Lach
Now I see that I even used -d in my own portupdating
wrapper, but forgot about it and it's meaning, embarrassing.

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Re: portmaster embarrassingly simple question (y- option)

2012-07-03 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 03/07/2012 13:06, Bas Smeelen wrote:
 On 07/03/2012 12:29 PM, Jakub Lach wrote:

 What option do I need to specify with -y to automatically answer those?

 -d

Add this to ${LOCALBASE}/etc/portmaster.rc

ALWAYS_SCRUB_DISTFILES=dopt

if that's something you're going to be doing all the time.

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Re: Tweetless

2012-07-03 Thread Tobias Rehbein
Am Tue, Jul 03, 2012 at 01:04:07AM -0500 schrieb Lars Eighner:
 
 Call me crazy, but it seems that since the perl bump (5.12 - threaded-5.16)
 when firefox (13.0.1,1) got rebuilt, it seems twitter pages do not fully
 load, give me the slow loading banner, and the page (not browser or X)
 freezes, but no such problems were evident before, and twitter seems
 entirely normal in Opera 12.00.

Same here on my machine:

FreeBSD oshi.local 9.0-STABLE FreeBSD 9.0-STABLE #2: \
Tue Jun 19 19:10:11 CEST 2012 \
root@oshi.local:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/OSHI  amd64

Disabling SPDY in about:config (a solution proposed on the net) didn't fix
this issue.

Regards,

Tobias

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Building www/libxul fails - 'No such file or directory'

2012-07-03 Thread Toomas Aas

Hello!

It seems I can't build www/libxul from a freshly updated ports tree on  
my 9.0-STABLE amd64 system. No matter how I try, the build ends with


sed: /usr/ports/www/libxul/work/mozilla-1.9.2/build/unix/*.pc: No such  
file or directory.


I have commented out entire /etc/make.conf except one line
PERL_VERSION=5.14.1

I set the following options in the port configuration:

# cat  /var/db/ports/libxul/options
# This file is auto-generated by 'make config'.
# Options for libxul-1.9.2.28_1
_OPTIONS_READ=libxul-1.9.2.28_1
_FILE_COMPLETE_OPTIONS_LIST=DBUS JAVA DEBUG LOGGING OPTIMIZED_CFLAGS
OPTIONS_FILE_SET+=DBUS
OPTIONS_FILE_SET+=JAVA
OPTIONS_FILE_UNSET+=DEBUG
OPTIONS_FILE_UNSET+=LOGGING
OPTIONS_FILE_UNSET+=OPTIMIZED_CFLAGS

Linked to this message are the entire build output and my list of  
installed ports. Any advice would be welcome.


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Re: Tweetless

2012-07-03 Thread Subhro Sankha Kar
Hello,

On 03-Jul-2012, at 9:14 PM, Tobias Rehbein wrote:

 Am Tue, Jul 03, 2012 at 01:04:07AM -0500 schrieb Lars Eighner:
 
 Call me crazy, but it seems that since the perl bump (5.12 - threaded-5.16)
 when firefox (13.0.1,1) got rebuilt, it seems twitter pages do not fully
 load, give me the slow loading banner, and the page (not browser or X)
 freezes, but no such problems were evident before, and twitter seems
 entirely normal in Opera 12.00.

 
 Disabling SPDY in about:config (a solution proposed on the net) didn't fix
 this issue.


Can you post the contents of about:config and also try to launch FF from 
command line and see if there is anything interesting reported back? Also, I 
hope you do not have any funky CFLAGS set in your make.conf?

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Re: Networking IP Address Issues : NetBSD on Xen VM

2012-07-03 Thread Subhro Sankha Kar

On 03-Jul-2012, at 12:34 PM, dhaneshk k wrote:

 
 The Same problems
 discussed here were faced.
 
 Any hints to solve these issues much appreciated.

No hints till you learn how to format your email properly, a basic requirement 
when posting to a mailing list.

 
 Thank you

You are welcome.

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Re: FreeBSD 9.0 hang

2012-07-03 Thread Subhro Sankha Kar

On 03-Jul-2012, at 11:45 AM, Doug Hardie wrote:

 
 On 2 July 2012, at 22:59, Wojciech Puchar wrote:
 
 
 I have no ATM interfaces so it shouldn't be loading to my way of thinking.
 
 so check while this module is loading at all, no matter if it's 
 unsuccessull. FreeBSD is not random place like windows, everything
 must have a reason.
 
 
 True it must, but I have no idea why if_en would try to be loaded or even how 
 to figure that out.  There is nothing in the logs.  My understanding is that 
 you would have to have an interface that requires the en driver.  pciconf 
 doesn't show any.

How about a verbose boot and a list of your boot messages? Also, how about you 
create a kernel with ATM missing and see what stops working?

Thanks
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System Administrator
Working and Playing with FreeBSD since 2002

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Re: Tweetless

2012-07-03 Thread Lars Eighner

On Wed, 4 Jul 2012, Subhro Sankha Kar wrote:


Hello,

On 03-Jul-2012, at 9:14 PM, Tobias Rehbein wrote:


Am Tue, Jul 03, 2012 at 01:04:07AM -0500 schrieb Lars Eighner:


Call me crazy, but it seems that since the perl bump (5.12 - threaded-5.16)
when firefox (13.0.1,1) got rebuilt, it seems twitter pages do not fully
load, give me the slow loading banner, and the page (not browser or X)
freezes, but no such problems were evident before, and twitter seems
entirely normal in Opera 12.00.




Disabling SPDY in about:config (a solution proposed on the net) didn't fix
this issue.





Another thing that doesn't work is rebuilding firefox from the ground up
with portupgrade -fR firefox.


Can you post the contents of about:config and also try to launch FF from
command line and see if there is anything interesting reported back? 
Also, I hope you do not have any funky CFLAGS set in your make.conf?


Of course firefox will not run from the command line (Error: no display
specified), but there are no messages as firefox fails repeated to load
twitter pages fully when firefox is launched in an xterm.

make.conf:

QT4_OPTIONS=CUPS
WITH_GCC = yes
# added by use.perl 2012-07-03 02:17:12
PERL_VERSION=5.16.0


I hate GUIs, so my mouse-fu skills are not good enough to copy about.config,
but here is a save as


?xml version=1.0?

?xml-stylesheet href=chrome://global/skin/config.css type=text/css?

!DOCTYPE window SYSTEM chrome://global/locale/config.dtd

window id=config
xmlns=http://www.mozilla.org/keymaster/gatekeeper/there.is.only.xul;
title=window.title;
windowtype=Preferences:ConfigManager
role=application
width=750
height=500
disablefastfind=true
onunload=onConfigUnload();
onload=onConfigLoad();

script src=chrome://global/content/config.js/

stringbundle id=configBundle src=chrome://global/locale/config.properties/

menupopup id=configContext onpopupshowing=if (event.target == this) 
updateContextMenu();
  menuitem id=toggleSelected default=true
label=toggle.label; accesskey=toggle.accesskey;
oncommand=ModifySelected();/
  menuitem id=modifySelected default=true
label=modify.label; accesskey=modify.accesskey;
oncommand=ModifySelected();/
  menuseparator/
  menuitem id=copyPref label=copyPref.label; accesskey=copyPref.accesskey; 
oncommand=copyPref();/
  menuitem id=copyName label=copyName.label; accesskey=copyName.accesskey; 
oncommand=copyName();/
  menuitem id=copyValue label=copyValue.label; accesskey=copyValue.accesskey; 
oncommand=copyValue();/
  menu label=new.label; accesskey=new.accesskey;
menupopup
  menuitem label=string.label; accesskey=string.accesskey; 
oncommand=NewPref(nsIPrefBranch.PREF_STRING);/
  menuitem label=integer.label; accesskey=integer.accesskey; 
oncommand=NewPref(nsIPrefBranch.PREF_INT);/
  menuitem label=boolean.label; accesskey=boolean.accesskey; 
oncommand=NewPref(nsIPrefBranch.PREF_BOOL);/
/menupopup
  /menu
  menuitem id=resetSelected label=reset.label; accesskey=reset.accesskey; 
oncommand=ResetSelected();/
/menupopup

keyset id=configTreeKeyset disabled=true
  key keycode=VK_ENTER oncommand=ModifySelected();/
  key keycode=VK_RETURN oncommand=ModifySelected();/
  key key=focusSearch.key; modifiers=accel 
oncommand=document.getElementById('textbox').focus();/
/keyset
deck id=configDeck flex=1
  vbox id=warningScreen flex=1 align=center style=overflow: auto;
spacer flex=1/
hbox id=warningBox align=top
  image id=exclam/
  vbox id=warningInnerBox flex=1
label id=warningTitleaboutWarningTitle.label;/label
label id=warningTextaboutWarningText.label;/label
checkbox id=showWarningNextTime label=aboutWarningCheckbox.label; 
checked=true/
hbox pack=center
  button id=warningButton oncommand=ShowPrefs(); 
label=aboutWarningButton.label;/
/hbox
  /vbox
/hbox
spacer flex=2/
  /vbox
  vbox flex=1
hbox id=filterRow align=center
  label value=searchPrefs.label; accesskey=searchPrefs.accesskey; 
control=textbox/
  textbox id=textbox flex=1 type=search class=compact
   aria-controls=configTree
   oncommand=FilterPrefs();/
/hbox

tree id=configTree flex=1 seltype=single
  onselect=updateCommands('select');
  enableColumnDrag=true context=configContext
  treecols
treecol id=prefCol label=prefColumn.label; flex=7
ignoreincolumnpicker=true
persist=hidden width ordinal sortDirection/
splitter class=tree-splitter /
treecol id=lockCol label=lockColumn.label; flex=1
persist=hidden width ordinal sortDirection/
splitter class=tree-splitter /
treecol id=typeCol label=typeColumn.label; flex=1
persist=hidden width ordinal sortDirection/
splitter class=tree-splitter /
treecol id=valueCol label=valueColumn.label; flex=10

RE: Networking IP Address Issues : NetBSD on Xen VM

2012-07-03 Thread dhaneshk k

List,

Please ignore my previous mail  with the same subject line because there was a 
terrible formatting  mistake.
Please see the attached pdf  which briefs the problem in assigning the IP 
address to the netbsd virtual machine.
The Xen VM is running on Debian/ GNU Linux.

Please find the attached document for detailed description.

Any hints much appreciated.

Thanks in advance,
Dhanesh















 From: sub...@80386.org
 Date: Wed, 4 Jul 2012 00:06:56 +0530
 To: dhanes...@hotmail.com
 CC: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
 Subject: Re: Networking IP Address Issues : NetBSD on Xen VM
 
 
 On 03-Jul-2012, at 12:34 PM, dhaneshk k wrote:
 
  
  The Same problems
  discussed here were faced.
  
  Any hints to solve these issues much appreciated.
 
 No hints till you learn how to format your email properly, a basic 
 requirement when posting to a mailing list.
 
  
  Thank you
 
 You are welcome.
 
 Subhro
 
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Jailed slapd process not visible with ps within a jail

2012-07-03 Thread Matthias Petermann
Hello,

under my FreeBSD 9 I recently found a behavior I cannot explain. The systems 
fingerprint is:

   netti2# uname -a
   FreeBSD netti2 9.0-RELEASE FreeBSD 9.0-RELEASE #0: Tue Jan  3 07:15:25 UTC 
2012
   r...@obrian.cse.buffalo.edu:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC  i386

There is a Jail myjail. I create a shell within the Jail with:

   jail -c path=/jails/myjail ip4.addr=10.1.138 host.hostname=myjail 
command=/bin/sh

Within the Jail I have openldap installed, devfs is mounted to 
/jails/myjail/dev.
As the installation info proposed I added the following to rc.conf:

   slapd_enable=YES
   slapd_flags='-h ldapi://%2fvar%2frun%2fopenldap%2fldapi/ ldap://0.0.0.0/;'
   slapd_sockets=/var/run/openldap/ldapi

Then I run the slapd server with /usr/local/etc/rc.d/slapd start.

When I now do ps aux within the Jail, it doesn't show me the slapd process 
but doing the same in the Host system, I can see it. 

   [matthias@netti2 /usr/home/matthias]$ ps ax|grep slap
6255  ??  IsJ0:00,06 /usr/local/libexec/slapd -h 
ldapi://%2fvar%2frun%2fop

What I am doing wrong? Did I miss some important fact?

Kind regards,
Matthias 


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