Missing KDEprint printer choices?

2007-08-01 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
Hello Family, I normally can use KDEprint's setup tool, (A) Add printer/class (B) Click next on the popup screen and then see scores of printer makes and models to choose from. I see nothing in my FreeBSD-6.2 offerings. I use KDEprint on all my Unix based OS's and KDEprint is fully

Keyspan P/N= USA-19QW (not recognized?)

2007-06-15 Thread Bill-Schoolcraft
-booted... BRB -- Bill Schoolcraft * http://wiliweld.com Health nuts are going to feel stupid someday, lying in hospitals dying of nothing. -- Redd Foxx ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman

Re: Keyspan P/N= USA-19QW (not recognized?)

2007-06-15 Thread Bill-Schoolcraft
At Fri, 15 Jun 2007 it looks like Wojciech Puchar composed: On Fri, 15 Jun 2007, Bill-Schoolcraft wrote: Hello Family, Just plugged in my Keyspan 19QW usb-2-serial adapter and not even the USB link light activated... nothing in dmesg? Yes, actually ugen0 but what worried me

Re: laser printer - which one? (Brother HL-2070N)

2007-05-25 Thread Bill-Schoolcraft
cheaper this week than it was two weeks ago when I bought mine! -- Bill Schoolcraft * http://wiliweld.com Health nuts are going to feel stupid someday, lying in hospitals dying of nothing. -- Redd Foxx ___ freebsd-questions

Re: A good quiet power supply? (bought one...)

2007-04-30 Thread Bill-Schoolcraft
At Mon, 30 Apr 2007 it looks like Chuck Swiger composed: Bill-Schoolcraft wrote: Just got a new PC at home, it's noisy and was wondering if anyone can share some experience here. I just read about a fanless power-supply and then realized I needed some input. It's possible to run systems

Re: A good quiet power supply? (Mad Dog supply?)

2007-04-30 Thread Bill-Schoolcraft
At Mon, 30 Apr 2007 it looks like Howard Goldstein composed: Bill-Schoolcraft wrote: Just got a new PC at home, it's noisy and was wondering if anyone can share some experience here. I just read about a fanless power-supply and then realized I needed some input. If you have a circuit city

A good quiet power supply?

2007-04-29 Thread Bill-Schoolcraft
Hello Family, Just got a new PC at home, it's noisy and was wondering if anyone can share some experience here. I just read about a fanless power-supply and then realized I needed some input. http://www.xoxide.com/fanlesspsu.html TIA -- Bill Schoolcraft * http://wiliweld.com Health

Re: 6.2 -- Linksys wusb11 wireless supported? (oh no!)

2007-01-27 Thread Bill-Schoolcraft
as a comparison test to show my coworkers that Linux and 2000 is not the only option. :( -- Bill Schoolcraft * http://wiliweld.com ~ Unix is very simple, but it takes a genius to understand the simplicity. (Dennis Ritchie) ___ freebsd

Re: 6.2 -- Linksys wusb11 wireless supported? (thank-you)

2007-01-27 Thread Bill-Schoolcraft
At Sun, 28 Jan 2007 it looks like Abdullah Ibn Hamad Al-Marri composed: On 1/28/07, Bill-Schoolcraft [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: At Sun, 28 Jan 2007 it looks like Jan Henrik Sylvester composed: The only usb wlan driver in FreeBSD is ural (Ralink RT2500USB). Also, ndis (Windows driver

Re: (6.2 install) Offering both install ISO's via nfs?

2007-01-17 Thread Bill-Schoolcraft
At Wed, 17 Jan 2007 it looks like Garrett Cooper composed: On Jan 16, 2007, at 10:43 PM, Bill-Schoolcraft wrote: Hello Family, Hmm, in doing installs with more than one install iso (disk-1 and disk-2) via NFS I'm not clear on the instructions where it states to simply copy the FreeBSD

(6.2 install) Offering both install ISO's via nfs?

2007-01-16 Thread Bill-Schoolcraft
are getting “permission denied” messages from the server, then it is likely that you do not have this enabled properly. # It seems to be written for the time when there was only a single ISO cd. -- Bill Schoolcraft * http://wiliweld.com

Re: is THIS why the 6.2 release seems stalled ?

2007-01-11 Thread Bill-Schoolcraft
happened. I'm not that informed historically and was glad to get this little tidbit a while ago when tracking down the history of Unix/Linux... http://wiliweld.com/history.jpg -- Bill Schoolcraft * http://wiliweld.com ~ When a fly lands on the ceiling, does it do a half roll

Re: i finally got wireless working

2006-12-16 Thread Bill-Schoolcraft
only speak for myself but I'd love to hear how ya did it. -- Bill Schoolcraft * http://wiliweld.com Health nuts are going to feel stupid someday, lying in hospitals dying of nothing. -- Redd Foxx ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org

dd mini-iso image to USB pendrive?

2006-12-11 Thread Bill-Schoolcraft
Hello Family, I'm trying to get my server to boot off my Sandisk Cruzer 1-gig pen drive with an ISO image dd'd to the pendrive. It fails and the same ISO image will boot off the USB CDROM with no issues. Is there any specific howto on doing this? TIA -- Bill Schoolcraft * http

Re: clock running too fast

2006-10-30 Thread Bill-Schoolcraft
To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- Bill Schoolcraft * System Engineer ~ The loser isn't the one who finished last; it is the one who never entered the race. ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http

Is 6.2(beta) running ok? 6.2 realease date ok?

2006-10-11 Thread Bill-Schoolcraft
Hello Family, Just wanting to check on how the latest beta of 6.2 is running and if anyone knows of any major delays in the release of 6.2. -- Bill Schoolcraft * Unix System Engineer ~ When a fly lands on the ceiling, does it do a half roll or a half loop

Re: how to add flags to ifconfig at boot

2006-09-21 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
--- David Kelly [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mon, Sep 18, 2006 at 12:38:30PM -0400, Robert Huff wrote: David Kelly writes: Or if one needs to ifconfig earlier in the startup process then put one's script in /etc/start_if.em0 It is my understanding (and experience) this

Re: Firefox+Flash works for sure

2006-09-16 Thread Bill-Schoolcraft
trying to start Opera, anyone seen this before? ## [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]$ /usr/X11R6/share/linux-opera/bin/opera opera: Preference initialization failure. File not found or could not be opened (-7) ## TIA -- Bill

Re: Firefox+Flash

2006-09-14 Thread Bill-Schoolcraft
at http://www.speakeasy.net/speedtest in order to see their gauge for I was told it was nice, but it would not fly, had to switch to another Unix variant to get it to work. -- Bill Schoolcraft * http://wiliweld.com * If you turn your headlights on while going the speed

Re: atapicam trouble (me too)

2006-09-10 Thread Bill-Schoolcraft
___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- Bill Schoolcraft * http://wiliweld.com * If you turn your headlights on while going the speed of light, does

Re: atapicam trouble ()

2006-09-10 Thread Bill-Schoolcraft
part did not blow Xorg out of the water and leave me at 800x600 I'd never be painfully beating myself with Solaris-10 now! Downloaded pkg-get so things are bearable! (grin) -- Bill Schoolcraft * http://wiliweld.com * If you turn your headlights on while going the speed of light

Re: solaris

2006-09-05 Thread Bill-Schoolcraft
for 4.2? I mean, all the drivers are available, wouldn't one think that they could at least support what FreeBSD supports in terms of number of devices? -- Bill Schoolcraft * http://wiliweld.com * If you turn your headlights on while going the speed of light, does anything

EVDO cards and FreeBSD (verizon or sprint)?

2006-08-03 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
Hello Family, I have to get a EVDO card for work purposes and wanted to ask the group if anyone can offer any suggestions to: (A) The card to buy (Unix_Friendly) (B) Verizon or Sprint? TIA -- Bill Schoolcraft * http://wiliweld.com ~ Failure is not falling down

CD/DVD on Promise controller crashes 6.1

2006-07-18 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
. Once again I know the controller is fine, used it before on other boxes and it's been running fine and I've been using the CD/DVD drive hanging off the controller all last night and today. TIA -- Bill Schoolcraft * http://wiliweld.com * If you turn your headlights on while

6.1; reiserfs works only once, then crashes system :(

2006-07-09 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
there yet. TIA -- Bill Schoolcraft || http://wiliweld.com To be unhappy over what one lacks is to waste what one already possesses. ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman

Re: dd wont work

2006-06-26 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
have a Plextor DVD-RW/CD-RW drive. I have followed the device too to it's link in /dev/* and zilch. I was trying to dd an umounted FreeBSD iso to file. -- Bill Schoolcraft || http://wiliweld.com To be unhappy over what one lacks is to waste what one already

RE: linksysmon Linksys Router logging util?

2006-06-20 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
At Tue, 20 Jun 2006 it looks like Ted Mittelstaedt composed: It's easy to build that program by hand on FreeBSD. TEd Thanks Ted. -- Bill Schoolcraft || http://wiliweld.com To be unhappy over what one lacks is to waste what one already possesses

linksysmon Linksys Router logging util?

2006-06-19 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
Hello Family, I spotted a program called linksysmon and was wondering if there is anything in ports that is similar? It's for accessing the logs of a Linksys router. Thanks -- Bill Schoolcraft || http://wiliweld.com Life is not measured by the number of breaths

Re: MESS

2006-05-22 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
with it statically compiled? Then we can move it to /bin (?) -- Bill Schoolcraft | http://wiliweld.com If your life was full of nothing but sunshine, you would just be a desert. ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http

Re: MESS (statically compiled vi )

2006-05-22 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
. ### [EMAIL PROTECTED] /usr/ports/editors]- ldd `which vi` /usr/bin/vi: libncurses.so.5 = /lib/libncurses.so.5 (0x280b9000) libc.so.5 = /lib/libc.so.5 (0x280f8000) ### -- Bill Schoolcraft | http://wiliweld.com

Re: MESS (BINGO! /rescue/vi )

2006-05-22 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
ldd: ./vi: not a dynamic executable # -- Bill Schoolcraft | http://wiliweld.com If your life was full of nothing but sunshine, you would just be a desert. ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org

Re: 6.1 'No kernel found' after install

2006-05-17 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
to [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- Bill Schoolcraft | http://wiliweld.com If your life was full of nothing but sunshine, you would just be a desert. ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd

Re: Kids from Indonesia

2006-05-17 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
did tech support for Linuxcare for close to 5 years.) -- Bill Schoolcraft | http://wiliweld.com If your life was full of nothing but sunshine, you would just be a desert. ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http

(6.1) KDE starts fine, no background(?)

2006-05-13 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
. Finished. But had NO background, just the toolbar appeared. The apps work, just nothing but black for the background. This is a first for me since FreeBSD-3.4 Thanks -- Bill Schoolcraft | http://wiliweld.com If your life was full of nothing but sunshine, you would just

Re: bad floppy disks

2006-05-08 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
another issue for another email about having two ISO's available for an NFS install mounted on another system. They also seemed to be made of flimsier plastic for when I used to fold them in half in disgust it used to take more effort than it does now! -- Bill Schoolcraft | http://wiliweld.com

cat /proc/cpuinfo ?

2006-03-26 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
fid vid ttp ### (question) Is there some *BSD port that will give me CPU information like the above from the command line? TIA -- Bill Schoolcraft | http://wiliweld.com If your life was full of nothing but sunshine, you would just

Re: cat /proc/cpuinfo ?

2006-03-26 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
power management: ts fid vid ttp ### (question) Is there some *BSD port that will give me CPU information like the above from the command line? TIA -- Bill Schoolcraft | http://wiliweld.com If your life was full

Re: 6.0, allow remote logging?

2006-03-22 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
At Wed, 22 Mar 2006 it looks like Doug Poland composed: On 2/5/06, Bill Schoolcraft [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've been trying to get 6.0 to allow itself to accept logs. I have a line in /etc/rc.conf that states the remote machine: syslogd_flags=-a 192.168.0.3 I have restarted

Re: hosts.allow ?

2006-03-19 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
what to do. I was under the impression that when one 'restarts' that the service will re-read /etc/rc.conf ### [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]- uname -r 6.0-RELEASE [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]- /etc/rc.d/sshd restart ### -- Bill

Re: What laptop do you recommend?

2006-03-13 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
At Mon, 13 Mar 2006 it looks like [EMAIL PROTECTED] composed: I have an IBM Thinkpad R51, it works very well and I reccomend it highly. Do you have the wireless working too on that model, the integrated chip? TIA -- Bill Schoolcraft | http://wiliweld.com If your life

Power adapter question (off topic, sorry)

2006-03-06 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
Hello, I'm hoping I can find a solution. I've lost my Lucent/Orinoco RG-1000 power supply. The Access Point states it needs 9volts-DC @ 1.1amps. All I can find at Radio Shack is 9volts-DC @ 1.0amps. Is there any electricians out there that can advise me on what to do? Thanks -- Bill

Re: 10 years of The Complete FreeBSD (5150)

2006-02-24 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
came to the rescue. I could write a book of the stuff that I've experienced, maybe call it From the Shipyards to Silicon Valley or something The one thing I've learned (besides FreeBSD kicks ass) is that in this industry you can NEVER, EVER judge a book by it's cover! -- Bill Schoolcraft

Re: 6.0, allow remote logging? (correction)

2006-02-05 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
At Sat, 4 Feb 2006 it looks like Bill Schoolcraft composed: At Sat, 4 Feb 2006 it looks like Matthew Seaman composed: Bill Schoolcraft wrote: But when I go to check an see if the external port 514/udp is open I get nothing showing

Re: 6.0, allow remote logging?

2006-02-04 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
At Sat, 4 Feb 2006 it looks like Matthew Seaman composed: Bill Schoolcraft wrote: But when I go to check an see if the external port 514/udp is open I get nothing showing: # [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]- nmap localhost

6.0, allow remote logging?

2006-02-03 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
) PORT STATE SERVICE 22/tcp open ssh 25/tcp open smtp 80/tcp open http # So, I was wondering if there is any specific doc's on this setup. I fail to find anything specific on the FreeBSD site. TIA -- Bill Schoolcraft

(6.0) Firefox error, Building for atk-1.9.1 ?

2006-01-28 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
in /usr/ports/accessibility/atk. *** Error code 1 Stop in /usr/ports/www/firefox. [EMAIL PROTECTED] /usr/ports/www/firefox]- uname -r 6.0-RELEASE /snipped # -- Bill Schoolcraft PO Box 210076 San Francisco, CA 94121 UNIX, A Way of Life. http

Re: (6.0) Firefox error, Building for atk-1.9.1 ?

2006-01-28 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
At Sat, 28 Jan 2006 it looks like Kent Stewart composed: On Saturday 28 January 2006 09:58, Bill Schoolcraft wrote: Hello Family, Well I've read alot of Firefox posts and seconds after a successful ports update via cvsup I went to build and install Firefox and although I can easily

Re: Debian apt-get / FreeBSD ports

2006-01-24 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
does ports know what are the versions of the latest packages? thanks, Sincerely, Just cd into the /usr/ports/category/package and type make install clean It will fetch all the needed dependencies, kinda fun to watch if your new to it :) -- Bill Schoolcraft PO Box 210076 San Francisco, CA

Re: /dev/eth0 question - prefer reply in next 20mins

2006-01-07 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
. -- Bill Schoolcraft PO Box 210076 San Francisco, CA 94121 UNIX, A Way of Life. http://billschoolcraft.com ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL

nfs exporting mounted iso files ?

2005-12-13 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
Hello Family, I have been trying to export four mounted iso images under /mnt on my FreeBSD-5.4 box via nfs and I can export everything under /mnt but the iso's don't show up on the client, only the directories. First I mounted all the iso's with the following series of commands. mdconfig -a -t

Re: How can I programatically eject a live cd?

2005-11-12 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
PROTECTED] ~]- # -- Bill Schoolcraft PO Box 210076 San Francisco, CA 94121 http://billschoolcraft.com ~ You do best what you like most. ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http

Re: How can I programatically eject a live cd?

2005-11-12 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
the manpage and saw to my amazement... # AUTHOR Shunsuke Akiyama [EMAIL PROTECTED] HISTORY The eject command appeared in FreeBSD 2.X FreeBSD 5.4 Sep 24, 2000 # -- Bill

(6.0) Suspend kills usb CDRW drive :(

2005-11-10 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
by: ifconfig fxp0 up Ok, with that information, how can I bring the USB /dev/cd0 back from the dead? No longer does cdrecord -scanbus show the device like it does after a fresh reboot. TIA -- Bill Schoolcraft PO Box 210076 San Francisco, CA 94121 http://billschoolcraft.com ~ You do

Re: Diagnosing reboot under load

2005-11-07 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
At Mon, 7 Nov 2005 it looks like Micah composed: Alex Zbyslaw wrote: Bill Moran wrote: Bill Moran [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Micah [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm running the i386 version of FreeBSD with 1gb ram. Didn't think to check this before, but I'm getting ~112-113 volts into the

Covert m4p to mp3 (in FreeBSD ?)

2005-10-31 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
Hello Family, Does anyone know how to convert a .m4p file to a .mp3 file? Thanks ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: The best scripts ever (trick or treat)

2005-10-31 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
. Plus the *time*. Because I could never write them all that well I used to just browse thru these for some ideas... http://www.sun.com/bigadmin/scripts/ -- Bill Schoolcraft PO Box 210076 San Francisco, CA 94121 http://billschoolcraft.com ~ You do best what you like most

Re: .wma music files

2005-10-16 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
/ports/audio/xmms-wma Gr, is there a list of all the ports that don't work on AMD64 machines? I just attempted to install the above :( -- Bill Schoolcraft PO Box 210076 San Francisco, CA 94121 http://billschoolcraft.com ~ You do best what you like most

Re: Recommended partitioning

2005-10-16 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
/tmp 256M /usr 7G swap 512M /var 2G humbly_snipped I found this to be an interesting read on all FreeBSD boxes man hier -- Bill Schoolcraft PO Box 210076 San Francisco, CA 94121 http://billschoolcraft.com ~ You do best what you like most

Re: .wma music files

2005-10-16 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
At Sun, 16 Oct 2005 it looks like Mark Kane composed: Bill Schoolcraft wrote: Gr, is there a list of all the ports that don't work on AMD64 machines? I just attempted to install the above :( http://pointyhat.freebsd.org/errorlogs/ I checked there for the xmms-wma port although I did

Re: .wma music files (amd64 woes...)

2005-10-16 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
At Sun, 16 Oct 2005 it looks like Mark Kane composed: Bill Schoolcraft wrote: At Sun, 16 Oct 2005 it looks like Mark Kane composed: Bill Schoolcraft wrote: Gr, is there a list of all the ports that don't work on AMD64 machines? I just attempted to install the above :( http

Re: .wma music files (amd64 woes...)

2005-10-16 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
to work on anything, sad as it may seem. I guess it's like the unix-fonts in our browsers, you kinda get numb to the whole thing. Thanks for the replies. -- Bill Schoolcraft PO Box 210076 San Francisco, CA 94121 http://billschoolcraft.com ~ You do best what you like most

Re: .wma music files

2005-10-16 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
- port) also can play WMAs. Regards, Vladimir That was a very nice bit of information my friend, just saw the whole program compile as a result of your help. I thank you. :) -- Bill Schoolcraft PO Box 210076 San Francisco, CA 94121 http://billschoolcraft.com ~ You do best what you

Re: Stored hard drive failure?

2005-10-05 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
fog. I would imagine that it would affect the drives I have stored in boxes in my house too. -- Bill Schoolcraft PO Box 210076 San Francisco, CA 94121 http://billschoolcraft.com ~ You do best what you like most. ___ freebsd-questions

Re: Flash PLugin for FireFox

2005-10-01 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
=== linux-flashplugin-5.0r51_3 is only for i386, and you are running amd64. # TIA -- Bill Schoolcraft PO Box 210076 San Francisco, CA 94121 http://billschoolcraft.com ~ You do best what you like most. ___ freebsd

Re: ATTN: Gary Kline

2005-09-26 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
At Mon, 26 Sep 2005 it looks like Kris Kennaway composed: You are blocking mail from me again: [EMAIL PROTECTED]: host ns1.thought.org[216.231.43.140] said: 550 5.0.0 No SPAM (in reply to MAIL FROM command) This has been an issue in the past..unless you can get it under control I'll just

Codeweaver for *BSD software petition, please consider signing.. :)

2005-09-10 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
Hello Family, I've used the software by Codeweaver (tarball) to install all the windows software for any proprietary needs, Photoshop, Office, etc. They are willing and we are trying to show them interest. http://www.bsdnexus.com/petition.asp __

gaim or aim on 5.4 amd64 ?

2005-08-07 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
Hello Family, I'm trying to get either GAIM or AIM to work on my 5.4 amd64 to no avail. It works on my 5.4 i386 and I was wondering if anyone can help, here is my ports failure message for GAIM. AIM reports only being ported to i386. # [EMAIL PROTECTED]

(5.4) gaim available in i386 but not amd64?

2005-07-20 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
Hello Family, I was able to build gaim in 5.4 on i386 but it's not available in 5.4 on amd64... Is there any workaround for this? Thanks __ Do You Yahoo!? Tired of spam? Yahoo! Mail has the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com

CUPS test-page prints fine, nothing else.. (freebsd-5.4)

2005-07-04 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
Hello Family, I was wondering if this is a bug somewhere in FreeBSD-5.4 or I've just been getting lucky with CUPS all the time... :) I have a HP 840c and it's connected remotely on my network with a fixed ipaddress and every box on my network can print to it and so can FreeBSD as long as it's

Re: Triple booted, no mouse with in 5.4 :(

2005-06-25 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
Note: forwarded message attached. Yahoo! Sports Rekindle the Rivalries. Sign up for Fantasy Football http://football.fantasysports.yahoo.com---BeginMessage--- --- Denny White [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What I'm writing

Triple booted, no mouse with in 5.4/amd64 (update..)

2005-06-25 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
Hello Family, I forgot to add that this mouse is working fine (at the same time) on FreeBSD-5.4/32bit too via the KVM switch, along with two other OS's. Thanks __ Discover Yahoo! Find restaurants, movies, travel and more fun for the weekend.

psm0: [GIANT-LOCKED]

2005-06-25 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
Hello Family, Well, now I just had one more question about the FreeBSD-5.4/amd64 system I'm trying to get the mouse working on. I booted in verbose mode and spotted the following in dmesg: [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]- dmesg|grep psm0 psm0: current command byte:0047

Triple booted, no mouse with in 5.4 :(

2005-06-24 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
Hello Family, I was totally stoked to get my first 64-bit PC, an AMD/Athlon and it came with Windows-XP Pro, and I did what I always do and that's to then install Linux then FreeBSD. All my machines work great like this with the Linux bootloader doing the booting of WinXP/Linux/FreeBSD. The

(starbucks) ssid = tmobile and 5.x (hit-n-miss)

2005-06-16 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
Hello Family, Well sometimes I wish I had all the answers... I need some advice. When I proudly bring my FreeBSD-5.x laptop(s) into Starbucks, I have my wi0 set for DHCP in /etc/rc.conf and I never have consistant handshakes with the server, same coffee shop, same everything. Sometimes I'm so

Determining integrated sound card(?)

2005-05-19 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
Hello Family, I just got a new box and I'm running 5.4 and it has a generic PC_Chips M863G motherboard and all I get from dmesg is: pci0: multimedia, audio at device 2.7 (no driver attached) I was wondering how to make an educated guess on what driver to try and load first?

Re: 5.4 package install woes.... :(

2005-05-13 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
At 13 May 2005 it looks like Lowell Gilbert composed: Bill Schoolcraft [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: So, while kde3 is still building from ports I copied both full iso images to my new FreeBSD box in hopes of maybe mounting them in loopback and offering the two ISO images up via /stand

Re: 5.4 package install woes.... :(

2005-05-13 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
At 13 May 2005 it looks like Lowell Gilbert composed: Bill Schoolcraft [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: So, while kde3 is still building from ports I copied both full iso images to my new FreeBSD box in hopes of maybe mounting them in loopback and offering the two ISO images up via /stand

5.4, switching disks during install...

2005-05-13 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
. In hindsight it would be nice to have all your selected packages taken from disk-1 then insert disk-2, then your done. After 19 disk changes I just stopped, now in /usr/ports.. I was wondering if I missed something. Thanks -- |--Word-Wrap-At-72-Please--| Bill

5.4 package install woes... :(

2005-05-13 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
to use this version of FreeBSD, been using this OS since the 3.4 and was really bummed out to have to post this email but we are all family and I have no where else to ask this. Namaste -- |--Word-Wrap-At-72-Please--| Bill Schoolcraft PO Box 210076

5.4 package install woes.... :(

2005-05-12 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
Hello Family, Well, it's been two days now of watching both from work and from home the building of /usr/ports/x11/kde3 and I started this thinking it would be an hour or two adventure for after about 19 inserting/reinserting of disks 1 then 2 then 1 then 2 etc of just trying to do what I've

Re: Epson Stylus C84 printer setup

2005-01-05 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
it was the first one I ever used on Unix. Namaste -- |--Word-Wrap-At-72-Please--| Bill Schoolcraft PO Box 210076 -o) San Francisco CA 94121 /\ UNIX, A Way Of Life._\_v http://billschoolcraft.com

Re: libintl.so.6

2004-12-28 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
rebuild). e.g. portupgrade -fa or portupgrade -faPP I also had and error with this particular library when trying to use ymessenger after a flawless ports install that had no errors. -- Bill Schoolcraft PO Box 210076 San Francisco,CA 94121 United States of America http

Re: Restarting rc.conf

2004-11-26 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
and don't have a manpage anywhere for recorder (man 8 recorder) etc... Is this a 4.x item or am I missing some packages on my 5.2.1 install? Thanks -- Bill Schoolcraft PO Box 210076 San Francisco,CA 94121 United States of America http://billschoolcraft.com We can find no wealth above a healthy body

Re: Restarting rc.conf (SOLVED-duh)

2004-11-26 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
At Fri, 26 Nov 2004 it looks like Bill Schoolcraft composed: At Fri, 26 Nov 2004 it looks like Ruben de Groot composed: On Thu, Nov 25, 2004 at 02:54:39PM +0900, Rob typed: This does not work if a service has been changed from YES to NO (or has been removed from rc.conf). Therefore I

Re: resolv.conf - hosts

2004-11-18 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
/nsswitch.conf -- Bill Schoolcraft PO Box 210076 San Francisco,CA 94121 http://billschoolcraft.com We can find no wealth above a healthy body and a happy heart. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd

Re: resolv.conf - hosts

2004-11-18 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
seen. It comes from Solaris operating systems by origin. -- Bill Schoolcraft PO Box 210076 San Francisco,CA 94121 http://billschoolcraft.com We can find no wealth above a healthy body and a happy heart. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http

Creating a FAT32 on new drive...

2004-11-17 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
and was wondering if I can whip this drive into shape via command line. Thanks. -- Bill Schoolcraft PO Box 210076 San Francisco,CA 94121 http://billschoolcraft.com We can find no wealth above a healthy body and a happy heart. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: Creating a FAT32 on new drive...

2004-11-17 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
/ad5) AND LINUX STILL BOOTED IT off the Promise controller Windows 2000 never saw the drive hanging off the Promise controller either. Only FreeBSD was able to tackle the drive successfully. -- Bill Schoolcraft PO Box 210076 San Francisco,CA 94121 http://billschoolcraft.com We can find

Re: /etc/X11/XF86Config

2004-11-12 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- Bill Schoolcraft | Life's journey is not to arrive at the PO Box 210076 | grave safely in a well preserved body, San Francisco,CA 94121 | but rather to skid in sideways

Re: Laptops as routers

2004-10-31 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
unsnapped at their points of entry to the network (DSL router and switch) so it would only take the time to boot it and snap in the CAT5's to be routing again. -- Bill Schoolcraft | Life's journey is not to arrive at the PO Box 210076 | grave safely in a well preserved body

Re: 5.2.1, installed Mozilla -- X reverses background colors when used!!

2004-10-30 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
and it did the same thing. Only two current browser perform normally without any changes and those are: Opera and Konqueror Thanks. -- Bill Schoolcraft | Life's journey is not to arrive at the PO Box 210076 | grave safely in a well preserved body, San Francisco,CA 94121

5.2.1, installed Mozilla -- X reverses background colors when used!!

2004-10-29 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
Hello, I have run 5.2.1 successfully on many machines and X is actually working fine except when I use Mozilla as installed from ports. The whole background turns into a negative and so does the Mozilla browser. All returns to normal once I exit Mozilla. I have only seen this before with

Re: photoshop

2004-10-29 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
At Mon, 25 Oct 2004 it looks like Gert Cuykens composed: What is the best aplication on freebsd for editing pictures ? GIMP -- Bill Schoolcraft | Life's journey is not to arrive at the PO Box 210076 | grave safely in a well preserved body, San Francisco,CA 94121

Re: 5.2.1, installed Mozilla -- X reverses background colors when used!!

2004-10-29 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
At Fri, 29 Oct 2004 it looks like Volker Eckert composed: On Fri, Oct 29, 2004 at 05:57:59AM -0700, Bill Schoolcraft wrote: ... I have run 5.2.1 successfully on many machines and X is actually working fine except when I use Mozilla as installed from ports. The whole background turns

Re: photoshop

2004-10-29 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
At Mon, 25 Oct 2004 it looks like Gert Cuykens composed: What is the best aplication on freebsd for editing pictures ? (A) cd /usr/ports/graphics/gimp (B) make install -- Bill Schoolcraft | Life's journey is not to arrive at the PO Box 210076 | grave safely in a well

Re: 5.2.1, installed Mozilla -- X reverses background colors

2004-10-29 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
At Fri, 29 Oct 2004 it looks like Volker Eckert composed: On Fri, Oct 29, 2004 at 05:57:59AM -0700, Bill Schoolcraft wrote: ... I have run 5.2.1 successfully on many machines and X is actually working fine except when I use Mozilla as installed from ports. The whole background

Re: 5.2.1, installed Mozilla -- X reverses background colors when used!!

2004-10-29 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
At Fri, 29 Oct 2004 it looks like epilogue composed: On Fri, 29 Oct 2004 12:59:52 -0700 (PDT) Bill Schoolcraft [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: At Fri, 29 Oct 2004 it looks like Volker Eckert composed: On Fri, Oct 29, 2004 at 05:57:59AM -0700, Bill Schoolcraft wrote: ... I have run

Re: how to view .ascii file?

2004-08-23 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
Hmm, Would using the command: zcat filename work? __ Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo! Mail - Helps protect you from nasty viruses. http://promotions.yahoo.com/new_mail ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: First time CUPS user, config problems?

2004-07-17 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
looking for the original names, and alot do, find the cups version through the re-direction that occurs via symlinks. ln -s lpr.cups lpr ln -s lprm.cups lprm ln -s lpq.cups lpq Of course this is done inside the directory where the files reside. -- Bill Schoolcraft PO Box

Re: First time CUPS user, config problems?

2004-07-17 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
At Sat, 17 Jul 2004 it looks like Peter Risdon composed: Bill Schoolcraft wrote: At Sat, 17 Jul 2004 it looks like Peter Risdon composed: Cups installs /usr/local/bin/lp and /usr/local/bin/lpr and leaves /usr/bin/lp and /usr/bin/lpr in place. Back these up, symlink the cups versions

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