Re: UUID in fstab.

2013-08-21 Thread Warner Losh
/dev/gptid/$UID maybe what you are looking for? Warner On Aug 21, 2013, at 12:16 AM, varanasi sainath wrote: Hello, How to find UUID's for Disk volumes. I have used sysctl -a | grep uuid and was able to find typefreebsd-swap/type rawuuidb55ff220-dcdd-11e2-a324-00155d55b20c/rawuuid

UUID in fstab.

2013-08-21 Thread varanasi sainath
Hello, How to find UUID's for Disk volumes. I have used sysctl -a | grep uuid and was able to find typefreebsd-swap/type rawuuidb55ff220-dcdd-11e2-a324-00155d55b20c/rawuuid typefreebsd-ufs/type rawuuidb55762fc-dcdd-11e2-a324-00155d55b20c/rawuuid are these the corresponding UUID's for swap

Way to be announced about security updates and new releases

2013-08-21 Thread Antonio Kless
Is there any way to be noticed, when security updates or new releases are available? https://twitter.com/freebsd nearly would be a solution, if it did not repostquestions from its subscribers and other information that is not related to updates. -- Best regards, Antonio

Re: Way to be announced about security updates and new releases

2013-08-21 Thread dgmm
On Wednesday 21 August 2013 07:54:06 Antonio Kless wrote: Is there any way to be noticed, when security updates or new releases are available? https://twitter.com/freebsd nearly would be a solution, if it did not repostquestions from its subscribers and other information that is not related

Freebsddiary.org - Integrated marketing help

2013-08-21 Thread Joseph Taylor
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Re: jail.conf ignoring exec.fib?

2013-08-21 Thread Karl Pielorz
--On 20 August 2013 18:02 +0100 Arthur Chance free...@qeng-ho.org wrote: And that's just made me think of something else - I have a horrible feeling that jexec will attach to the jail using whatever fib it's running under, i.e. the fib from the host environment. Do you have (or can you

Re: Way to be announced about security updates and new releases

2013-08-21 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 21/08/2013 08:10, dgmm wrote: On Wednesday 21 August 2013 07:54:06 Antonio Kless wrote: Is there any way to be noticed, when security updates or new releases are available? https://twitter.com/freebsd nearly would be a solution, if it did not repostquestions from its subscribers and

Re: jail.conf ignoring exec.fib?

2013-08-21 Thread Arthur Chance
On 21/08/2013 11:35, Karl Pielorz wrote: --On 20 August 2013 18:02 +0100 Arthur Chance free...@qeng-ho.org wrote: And that's just made me think of something else - I have a horrible feeling that jexec will attach to the jail using whatever fib it's running under, i.e. the fib from the host

Renumber users and groups

2013-08-21 Thread Olivier Nicole
Hello, On my system legacy users come with UID starting from 200 upward, and all users come with GID lower that 100. I know it's not a good idea, but consider that some accounts are over 20 years old! This is not too much a problem with FreeBSD as I can renumber the few FreeBSD services that

Re: Renumber users and groups

2013-08-21 Thread Mark Felder
On Wed, Aug 21, 2013, at 7:36, Olivier Nicole wrote: Is there a clever/fast way to do that (other than find -exec chown)? Maybe! I haven't tried this myself yet, but next time I need to do this I think I'm going to take an mtree backup of the entire filesystem, change the UIDs and GIDs

Re: Renumber users and groups

2013-08-21 Thread Frank Leonhardt
On 21/08/2013 13:36, Olivier Nicole wrote: Hello, On my system legacy users come with UID starting from 200 upward, and all users come with GID lower that 100. I know it's not a good idea, but consider that some accounts are over 20 years old! This is not too much a problem with FreeBSD as I

Re: Renumber users and groups

2013-08-21 Thread Mark Felder
On Wed, Aug 21, 2013, at 11:12, Frank Leonhardt wrote: On 21/08/2013 13:36, Olivier Nicole wrote: Hello, On my system legacy users come with UID starting from 200 upward, and all users come with GID lower that 100. I know it's not a good idea, but consider that some accounts are over

Re: Renumber users and groups

2013-08-21 Thread Mark Felder
On Wed, Aug 21, 2013, at 11:36, Mark Felder wrote: Those solutions sound pretty handy if I need to move the files at the same time. mtree should do this in-place with minimal fuss as it's just confirming permissions and ownership on all files. I also just thought of an idea I need to

Re: UUID in fstab.

2013-08-21 Thread varanasi sainath
Thanks for the support. I want to use the uuid's found using sysctl -a in fstab. /dev/gptid/ has only uuid for boot partition. Cheers Sainath On Wed, Aug 21, 2013 at 11:48 AM, Warner Losh i...@bsdimp.com wrote: /dev/gptid/$UID maybe what you are looking for? Warner On Aug 21, 2013, at

pkg_info: corrupted record for package snort-2.9.3.1 (pkgdep line without argument), ignoring

2013-08-21 Thread alexus
I just update snort (using portmaster -PP snort) and now I'm getting this: # pkg_info | grep ^snort pkg_info: corrupted record for package snort-2.9.3.1 (pkgdep line without argument), ignoring pkg_info: corrupted record for package snort-2.9.3.1 (pkgdep line without argument), ignoring pkg_info:

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Re: FreeBSD 9.2

2013-08-21 Thread ajtiM
http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1619404 It is helpful too… On Aug 15, 2013, at 4:14 PM, Doug Hardie bc...@lafn.org wrote: On 15 August 2013, at 06:37, ajtiM lum...@gmail.com wrote: How will be ATI supported in FreeBSD 9.2, please? I like bluetooth mouse. Is it supported?

dig

2013-08-21 Thread Doug Hardie
There appears to be a problem with dig and the +trace option in 9.2. I believe its also in 9.1. The command: dig freebsd.org +trace Only yields a dumb response. No useful information is provided. Running the same command on FreeBSD 7.2 yields a complete trace with lots of useful

Re: dig

2013-08-21 Thread Frank Leonhardt
On 22/08/2013 00:34, Doug Hardie wrote: There appears to be a problem with dig and the +trace option in 9.2. I believe its also in 9.1. The command: dig freebsd.org +trace Only yields a dumb response. No useful information is provided. Running the same command on FreeBSD 7.2 yields a

Re: dig

2013-08-21 Thread Doug Hardie
On 21 August 2013, at 17:02, Doug Hardie bc...@lafn.org wrote: On 21 August 2013, at 16:46, Frank Leonhardt fra...@fjl.co.uk wrote: On 22/08/2013 00:34, Doug Hardie wrote: There appears to be a problem with dig and the +trace option in 9.2. I believe its also in 9.1. The command:

Re: dig

2013-08-21 Thread Robert Huff
There appears to be a problem with dig and the +trace option in 9.2. I believe its also in 9.1. The command: dig freebsd.org +trace Only yields a dumb response. No useful information is provided. Running the same command on FreeBSD 7.2 yields a complete trace with lots

Re: dig

2013-08-21 Thread Colin House
On 22/08/2013 9:34 AM, Doug Hardie wrote: There appears to be a problem with dig and the +trace option in 9.2. I believe its also in 9.1. The command: dig freebsd.org +trace Only yields a dumb response. No useful information is provided. Running the same command on FreeBSD 7.2 yields a

Re: Renumber users and groups

2013-08-21 Thread Olivier Nicole
Thank you, Those solutions sound pretty handy if I need to move the files at the same time. mtree should do this in-place with minimal fuss as it's just confirming permissions and ownership on all files. I also just thought of an idea I need to benchmark: running mtree with and without nscd.