App like M$ Project

2004-05-24 Thread Bob Collins
I am looking for a nice Open Source app like Microsloth's Project. I have Googled a bit and find nothing interesting. Do any of you have a suggestion for such a thing, assuming it even exists? Of course, I would also like to run it on FBSD, but if it could also run on Winderz, for some of my

Re: App like M$ Project

2004-05-24 Thread Bob Collins
On Mon, May 24, 2004, Andreas Ntaflos clacked the keyboard to produce: Thank you both, I shall look into each one. -- Bob ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to

Re: Help: Speeding up Boot Process

2004-05-11 Thread Bob Collins
Robert Huff wrote: [snip] An easier solution is to login to a second virtual terminal by hitting Alt-F2 (all the way up to F7). Then just switch back by pressing Alt-F1, or whichever terminal you were on before. And its Ctl-Alt-Fn, not Alt-Fn on my -Current system IIRC, Ctrl-Alt-Fn is for

Printing to a Xerox Document Centre 332 (escape seq.)

2004-05-05 Thread Bob Collins
We have a Xerox Document Centre 332 on our network. LPD is running on it. I can send print jobs to it from the FBSD boxes, however I get the staircase effect. I cannot find at Xerox, nor Googling the escape sequence required to curtail the staircase effects. Has anyone figured this out? And if

Re: thinkpad 600

2004-04-16 Thread Bob Collins
On Thu, Apr 15, 2004, [EMAIL PROTECTED] clacked the keyboard to produce: Hi Please can you tell me how to install freebsd on my thinkpad 600 as I have win 98 on it and it is a refurbed unit I would like to investigate freebsd as an os and use it in an everyday enviroment

Re: thinkpad 600

2004-04-16 Thread Bob Collins
On Fri, Apr 16, 2004, Jerry McAllister clacked the keyboard to produce: On Thu, Apr 15, 2004, [EMAIL PROTECTED] clacked the keyboard to produce: I would like to investigate freebsd as an os and use it in an everyday enviroment and say good riddens to MS and hopefolly

Re: False positives from chkrootkit? or hacked test server?

2004-04-14 Thread Bob Collins
On Wed, Apr 14, 2004, Mike clacked the keyboard to produce: Greetings: My test system: FreeBSD 4.9-stable Pentium III 800 I read an earlier post about using chkrootkit to check for root kits (intrusions). I'm still learning about FreeBSD so I thought I would run this too. Well...

Re: freebsd in the architect office

2004-04-12 Thread Bob Collins
On Mon, Apr 12, 2004, jsha clacked the keyboard to produce: hi. i have a dying passion for freebsd and the concept of open source, and now i intend to patch it into the way architects shape our environments. architects need two things: autocad, and be able to print (plot). besides that,

Re: Inexpensive wireless suggestions?

2004-04-06 Thread Bob Collins
On Tue, Apr 6, 2004, Jonathon McKitrick clacked the keyboard to produce: I'm looking for a relatively inexpensive wireless setup for home that will work with FreeBSD and an older laptop. Does anyone have any suggestions? NOTE: Please CC me, as I am not currently subscribed. Thanks. Post

Re: Inexpensive wireless suggestions?

2004-04-06 Thread Bob Collins
On Tue, Apr 6, 2004, Aleksandar Simic clacked the keyboard to produce: On Tue, Apr 06, 2004 at 12:31:52PM -0400, Bob Collins wrote: On Tue, Apr 6, 2004, Jonathon McKitrick clacked the keyboard to produce: I'm looking for a relatively inexpensive wireless setup for home

Re: Server down regularly

2004-04-02 Thread Bob Collins
On Fri, Apr 2, 2004, meimi clacked the keyboard to produce: Hello, My server is down regularly. Could anyone tell what thing I should check? Thanks Meimi We could use a little more information. Not to be rude, but are you using FreeBSD as an OS? If so, what version? Describe the hardware

Re: Server down regularly

2004-04-02 Thread Bob Collins
On Sat, Apr 3, 2004, meimi clacked the keyboard to produce: Hello, From the messages log, the error I found: /kernel: arplookup xx.xx.xx.xx failed: host is not on local network And warning I got /kernel: WARNING: / was not properly dismounted The first is I have got the wrong netmask,

Re: Top posting

2004-03-19 Thread Bob Collins
On Fri, Mar 19, 2004, Charles McManis clacked the keyboard to produce: Perhaps it isn't logical, if you've read all the email then the quoted thread is just reference anyway. This is the new stuff. I love being able to read mail in the preview-pane vs next message , jump to the bottom, next

Re: Apache

2004-03-03 Thread Bob Collins
On Tue, Mar 2, 2004, Michael Banta clacked the keyboard to produce: Hello. I just installed Apache wilthout error. I started apache and did a ps aux. It appears to be running fine. However I cannot bring up the default webpage. Doing lynx localhost does not work. I set the

WiFi card Netgear WG511

2004-02-17 Thread Bob Collins
Anybody using one of these under 4.9? I see a good deal for this with a large local retailer and would consider it for my TP600X if it is known to work. Thanks -- Bob Play is the work of children. It's very serious stuff. And if it's properly structured in a developmental program, children can

Re: Mounting to freebsd ufs under WinXP

2004-02-13 Thread Bob Collins
On Fri, Feb 13, 2004, Chuck Swiger clacked the keyboard to produce: Peter Leftwich wrote: Can someone recommend software that lets you mount TO freebsd (ufs) partition FROM WITHIN Windows XP Pro SP1 (transparently)? I am not familiar with any such software, regrettably. You'd need a

Re: Mounting to freebsd ufs under WinXP

2004-02-13 Thread Bob Collins
On Fri, Feb 13, 2004, Kenneth Culver clacked the keyboard to produce: Quoting Bob Collins [EMAIL PROTECTED]: On Fri, Feb 13, 2004, Chuck Swiger clacked the keyboard to produce: Peter Leftwich wrote: Can someone recommend software that lets you mount TO freebsd (ufs) partition FROM WITHIN

CVSup question, which tag for 4.9-RELEASE?

2004-02-12 Thread Bob Collins
I am running a few boxes(n) on 4.9-RELEASE and am wondering about updating the ports and source. Using CVSup, should I tag src with RELENG_4, or RELENG_4_9? And what if any are the differences, that are not already noted in the handbook? Up to this point, I have not updated the system since

Re: Wireless network support

2004-02-10 Thread Bob Collins
On Mon, Feb 9, 2004, Per Hallstrm clacked the keyboard to produce: Hi! I need a wireless network card which will work with FreeBSD, and according to the handbook there are some supported chipsets. However, I am unable to find a network card with any of those chipsets (I am having a hard

uname -a was(Cvsup and RELENG_4 or RLENG_4_9)

2004-02-02 Thread Bob Collins
This is a follow-up question regarding uname -a. After CVSup, making world, making a new kernel etc, when I run uname -a it reports 4.9-RELEASE #0. Should the #0 portion be a higher number? Also what exactly does that number represent? I assume an RC Thanks -- Bob Play is the work of

Re: uname -a was(Cvsup and RELENG_4 or RLENG_4_9)

2004-02-02 Thread Bob Collins
On Tue, Feb 3, 2004, Jonathan Chen clacked the keyboard to produce: On Mon, Feb 02, 2004 at 11:39:10AM -0500, Bob Collins wrote: This is a follow-up question regarding uname -a. After CVSup, making world, making a new kernel etc, when I run uname -a it reports 4.9-RELEASE #0. Should the #0

Cvsup and RELENG_4 or RLENG_4_9

2004-02-01 Thread Bob Collins
I have read through the keeping current section of the book a few times and I am a bit lost. If I read correctly, to upgrade source(I am running RELEASE-4.9) I can use either RELENG_4 or RELENG_4_9. Although I am not sure if I need one, the other, or both. And if both, which order, if it matters?

Re: The FreeBSD Diary: 2003-12-07 - 2003-12-27

2003-12-29 Thread Bob Collins
On Sun, Dec 28, 2003, Dan Langille wrote: On 28 Dec 2003 at 3:17, Dev Tugnait wrote: * Dan Langille ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: The FreeBSD Diary contains a large number of practical examples and how-to guides. This message is posted weekly to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with the aim of

Re: DAT drives

2003-12-26 Thread Bob Collins
On Wed, Dec 24, 2003, Mike Maltese wrote: Okay, probably a dumb question but I can't readily find an answer in the archives.. I just picked up a (used) surestore C1533A (thats an HP device) and am having some problems getting it work quite right. I've got the dip switches set

Re: Vinum error Can't initialize drive a: Invalid argument

2003-12-19 Thread Bob Collins
On Fri, Dec 19, 2003, Marc Smits wrote: Hello, I am running FreeBSD-4.7-realease and want to create a striped plex from 2 new 80Gb disks. Here's my vinum-description: drive a device /dev/ad2s1e drive b device /dev/ad3s1e volume stripe0 plex org striped 256k sd length 78159m

Re: Vinum error Can't initialize drive a: Invalid argument

2003-12-19 Thread Bob Collins
On Fri, Dec 19, 2003, Bob Collins wrote: On Fri, Dec 19, 2003, Marc Smits wrote: Hello, I am running FreeBSD-4.7-realease and want to create a striped plex from 2 new 80Gb disks. Here's my vinum-description: drive a device /dev/ad2s1e [snippage] 76GB I used sysinstall

Re: ejecting a Zip disk using eject(1)

2003-12-02 Thread Bob Collins
On Tue, Dec 2, 2003, DG wrote: -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Matthew Emmerton Sent: Tuesday, 2 December 2003 10:32 AM To: DG; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: ejecting a Zip disk using eject(1) I tried that too. The eject

GIS server and client?

2003-12-02 Thread Bob Collins
I am unfortunately running ESRI's ArcIMS GIS server on M$ 2000 server and would like to move it to FreeBSD. So, the question is; are there any known GIS servers that run on FBSD as well as clients? I am not afraid of hard work and troubles installing, but sure would like to do this. I also know

Re: GIS server and client?

2003-12-02 Thread Bob Collins
On Tue, Dec 2, 2003, Ray Seals wrote: On Tue, 2003-12-02 at 10:26, Bob Collins wrote: I am unfortunately running ESRI's ArcIMS GIS server on M$ 2000 server and would like to move it to FreeBSD. So, the question is; are there any known GIS servers that run on FBSD as well as clients? I

Re: newbie install question

2003-11-26 Thread Bob Collins
On Wed, Nov 26, 2003, Lowell Gilbert wrote: Marty Landman [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I've had so many truncated d/l's trying to install the Mysql server from the port that came with my 4.8 mini iso that I decided instead to d/l the mysql-max-4.0.16-unknown-freebsd4.7-i386.tar.gz from

Re: newbie install question

2003-11-26 Thread Bob Collins
On Wed, Nov 26, 2003, Lowell Gilbert wrote: Bob Collins [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I did mine the hard way. I grabbed that file and put into /tmp. I then gunzipped un-tarred and configured and made. It worked, but surely the distfiles methods is easiest. It also means you can't use

Re: newbie install question

2003-11-26 Thread Bob Collins
On Wed, Nov 26, 2003, Marty Landman wrote: At 12:15 PM 11/26/2003, Bob Collins wrote: Have you resolved the truncated downloads? I would make sure that is not an issue prior to installing from the gz. You sure don't want the further aggravation of some file broken while installing. What

Re: Disklabel problem IBM SCSI3 disks, vinum too

2003-11-25 Thread Bob Collins
Date sent: Mon, 24 Nov 2003 09:16:49 +1030 From: Greg 'groggy' Lehey [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Bob Collins [EMAIL PROTECTED] Organization: The FreeBSD Project Copies to: FreeBSD [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject:Re

Re: Disklabel problem IBM SCSI3 disks, vinum too

2003-11-23 Thread Bob Collins
At 07:30 PM 11/21/2003, you wrote: [Format recovered--see http://www.lemis.com/email/email-format.html] Quotation broken. On Friday, 21 November 2003 at 9:25:58 -0500, Bob Collins wrote: At 08:41 PM 11/19/2003, Greg 'groggy' Lehey wrote: [Format recovered--see http://www.lemis.com/email/email

Re: Disklabel problem IBM SCSI3 disks, vinum too

2003-11-21 Thread Bob Collins
At 08:41 PM 11/19/2003, Greg 'groggy' Lehey wrote: [Format recovered--see http://www.lemis.com/email/email-format.html] Quotation broken. On Wednesday, 19 November 2003 at 9:13:43 -0500, Bob Collins wrote: At 10:46 PM 11/17/2003, Greg 'groggy' Lehey wrote: Do you have device nodes for da4

Re: Disklabel problem IBM SCSI3 disks, vinum too

2003-11-19 Thread Bob Collins
At 10:46 PM 11/17/2003, Greg 'groggy' Lehey wrote: On Friday, 14 November 2003 at 11:50:09 -0500, Bob Collins wrote: Running FBSD 4.9 on an Intel SMP mobo w/ 2 Intel PII 350s. Onboard SCSI is recognized and sees all my drives. One SCSI 3 drive is 4.5G for the OS and /usr. I have 4 identical IBM

Disklabel problem IBM SCSI3 disks, vinum too

2003-11-14 Thread Bob Collins
Running FBSD 4.9 on an Intel SMP mobo w/ 2 Intel PII 350s. Onboard SCSI is recognized and sees all my drives. One SCSI 3 drive is 4.5G for the OS and /usr. I have 4 identical IBM SCSI3 disks 9G each, however one of those 4 will not disklabel. The other three will. This leads to troubles then,

Re: DNS/Webhosting question

2003-11-14 Thread Bob Collins
At 04:23 PM 11/14/2003, Darryl Hoar wrote: Greetings, What tools exist in Freebsd to determine the primary dsn server for a domain ? Also, is there a way to determine the company hosting a website ? Thanks, D nslookup, dig (I think) whois ___ [EMAIL

Re: PLS answer my question!

2003-11-06 Thread Bob Collins
At 02:51 PM 11/6/2003, Valerian Galeru wrote: I installed x windows with sysinstall, then i installed blackbox (a window manager). Then if x server is not started and i execute blackbox command i get a error like this: x server not started something like this. If i start xserver and then run

cannot boot, at mountroot prompt

2003-10-30 Thread Bob Collins
I have a system running 5.0-RELEASE on an AMD 667Mhz processor with 256MB ram, Soyo mobo. Install was no trouble, and setup of X, KDE, MySQL, Apache went fine. I ran a setup of both xmms and mplayer as well. Then I went for an install of Webmin. Once webmin was complete, I was running in KDE,

Re: Networking

2003-10-24 Thread Bob Collins
At 10:55 AM 10/24/2003, Sandbox Video Productions wrote: I would like a tutorial on how to newtork freebsd to windowsXP via linksys modem. i can ping the windowsXP but i can't connect nor can i install mozilla. it seems that it's not connecting to the internet. the handbook gives good descriptions

Re: Backup Solutions

2003-10-14 Thread Bob Collins
At 12:26 PM 10/14/2003, Stephane Raimbault wrote: Hi, I am curious as to what people using FreeBSD use for a Backup Solution. Are there any Comercial software available for Tape Backup Solutions that run well on FreeBSD? I'm looking at using a Dell PowerVault 110T LTO tape drive and was

Re: Backup Solutions

2003-10-14 Thread Bob Collins
Date: Tue, 14 Oct 2003 12:38:54 -0400 To: Stephane Raimbault [EMAIL PROTECTED] From: Bob Collins [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: Backup Solutions Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] At 12:26 PM 10/14/2003, Stephane Raimbault wrote: Hi, I am curious as to what people using FreeBSD use for a Backup Solution

Re: BSD Question

2003-10-06 Thread Bob Collins
I'm a Unix newbie who just installed BSD 5.1. I made it through the installation without too much of a hassel and I went ahead and added XFree86 in the installation, along with the BSD Boot Manager since I'm dual booting with Windows. I have a 40 gig HD for Windows then I have 2 separate 120

Re: SCSI DAT tape drive

2003-09-30 Thread Bob Collins
At 03:40 PM 9/30/2003, Darryl Hoar wrote: Greetings, I just finished installing FreeBSD 4.7 on my box. My machine has an adaptec SCSI host adapter and a SCSI Dat tape drive. I expected to access my tape drive through the /dev/rmt device, but instead must use /dev/sa0 (I think this is right. I'm

Limit login attempts (how do I do it)

2003-09-24 Thread Bob Collins
A NB question here. I am trying to limit the number of allowed login attempts against my FreeBSD box. I cannot find anything for a limit to this other than; login-retries=x in the /etc/login.conf. This does not seem to work with 5.0 Release, which is what I am running. A nudge to the FM or

Re: How to add a disk to a new system without losing the data on it?

2003-09-12 Thread Bob Collins
At 03:28 PM 9/12/2003, Vincent Zee wrote: On Fri, 12 Sep 2003 15:19:42 -0400, Veritas wrote: On Fri, 12 Sep 2003 21:16:45 +0200 Vincent Zee [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, In the dmesg it comes up as ad5 but when I mount it, it can't find the device. mount ad5 /music2 mount: ad5: No

Re: PCMCIA NIC

2003-09-11 Thread Bob Collins
At 07:55 AM 9/11/2003, you wrote: On Thu, Sep 11, 2003 at 01:21:18PM -0400, William O'Higgins wrote: I have FreeBSD installed on a laptop, but I am having trouble with setting up networking. ifconfig does not show the PCMCIA NIC (3Com 10/100, pretty standard and works under Linux, so I expect

Xmail and filters

2003-09-08 Thread Bob Collins
I have just installed xmail 1.16 on a FreeBSD 5.0-RELEASE box. I cannot get filters to run against the mail moving through this email system. Has anybody here gotten both to work? In particular, there is a filter script for attachment checking written in perl. I do have perl installed. I also

Re: Help Required

2003-08-28 Thread Bob Collins
At 03:53 PM 8/28/2003, Ahmad Memon wrote: Hello.. We are having presentations on different OS in our class.. and i chose the Unix freeBSD for my group to do a presentation on.. i would like some info - if possible - on this system, or anything that could help me with that

Re: Samba and $

2003-08-04 Thread Bob Collins
At 02:07 PM 8/4/2003 -0500, gfsd wrote: Why can't i create a user with a $ on the end? For machine trust accounts i need to add each one by hand, instead of on the fly creation. When I use adduser it will not let me add a user with a $ on the end, is there a way around that?

Re:

2003-07-31 Thread Bob Collins
At 03:59 PM 7/31/2003 -0500, Ken Copling wrote: hello is there a command in the shell that will let me connect to my service provider so i can get on the internet to do things like web search I just dont like having to open up the x window just to get on the net so is there a way of doing it in

Re: emachine x window trouble

2003-07-30 Thread Bob Collins
At 12:40 PM 7/30/2003, Ken Copling wrote: hello i bought an emachine and i chose to put freebsd on it to try it out and when i go to use the x window it goes and shows it to big on my screen so i went to the manufacturers website to get the specs of the system so i can get the display to show

Re: I want using FreeBSD, but...

2003-07-25 Thread Bob Collins
At 11:05 AM 7/25/2003, Jerry McAllister wrote: At 2003-07-25T14:33:09Z, Charlie Schluting [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I guess ...i'm a christian speaks for itself. On the behalf of Christian FreeBSD users everywhere: screw you. Kirk Strauser That is at least as ignorant and worthless a

Truncated ELF file was (holy war)

2003-07-25 Thread Bob Collins
At 11:32 AM 7/25/2003, Raphaël Marmier wrote: Le Vendredi, 25 juil 2003, à 17:18 Europe/Zurich, Bob Collins a écrit : At 11:05 AM 7/25/2003, Jerry McAllister wrote: At 2003-07-25T14:33:09Z, Charlie Schluting [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I guess ...i'm a christian speaks for itself

Re: Dump from cron job, need to change tape

2003-07-22 Thread Bob Collins
At 03:52 PM 7/21/2003, Matthew Bettinger wrote: On Monday 21 July 2003 02:02 pm, Mike Maltese wrote: I am running a DDS2 tape drive and trying to backup around 12GB. The tape runs to the end, issues the end of tape, and then dump fails. I would like to be able to change the tape and get a

Re: Dump from cron job, need to change tape

2003-07-22 Thread Bob Collins
At 02:06 PM 7/22/2003, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tue, Jul 22, 2003 at 10:54:48AM -0400, Bob Collins wrote: At 03:52 PM 7/21/2003, Matthew Bettinger wrote: On Monday 21 July 2003 02:02 pm, Mike Maltese wrote: I am running a DDS2 tape drive and trying to backup around 12GB. The tape runs

Cron job dump requires tape change

2003-07-22 Thread Bob Collins
I hope I am not asking a NewB question, but I read through dump and cron and see no obvious way to run a nightly dump through cron AND allow user intervention to change the tape. I am running a DDS2 tape drive and trying to backup around 12GB. The tape runs to the end, issues the end of tape,

Cron job dump requires tape change

2003-07-22 Thread Bob Collins
I hope I am not asking a NewB question, but I read through dump and cron and see no obvious way to run a nightly dump through cron AND allow user intervention to change the tape. I am running a DDS2 tape drive and trying to backup around 12GB. The tape runs to the end, issues the end of tape,

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2003-07-21 Thread Bob Collins
I hope I am not asking a NewB question, but I read through dump and cron and see no obvious way to run a nightly dump through cron AND allow user intervention to change the tape. I am running a DDS2 tape drive and trying to backup around 12GB. The tape runs to the end, issues the end of tape,

Dump from cron job, need to change tape

2003-07-21 Thread Bob Collins
Sorry to repost, but wanted to post with a subject line. I hope I am not asking a NewB question, but I read through dump and cron and see no obvious way to run a nightly dump through cron AND allow user intervention to change the tape. I am running a DDS2 tape drive and trying to backup around

Re: HP or Compaq servers.

2003-07-15 Thread Bob Collins
Date: Tue, 15 Jul 2003 15:14:40 -0400 To: Chuck Swiger [EMAIL PROTECTED] From: Bob Collins [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: HP or Compaq servers. At 02:30 PM 7/15/2003, you wrote: Grzegorz Czaplinski wrote: [ ... ] That would be good to have a webpage with server configurations that run under

Re: KDE process is unkillable

2003-07-15 Thread Bob Collins
At 03:20 PM 7/15/2003, you wrote: On Tuesday 15 July 2003 02:14 pm, Marc Wiz wrote: On Tue, Jul 15, 2003 at 09:11:24PM +0200, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: That's a bunch of non-sense! :) nobody will notice.. If they do then you show'em who's boss: rmuser * :-) No, I'm nice to my users.

RE: KDE process is unkillable

2003-07-15 Thread Bob Collins
At 04:30 PM 7/15/2003, you wrote: Dear God! REBOOT it man! Here here! While it may be a noble experiment to keep the server running, it is after all, a home server. Reboot it when you are having dinner. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: Re-building sendmail

2003-06-27 Thread Bob Collins
At 11:16 AM 6/27/2003, Jonathan Arnold wrote: For an excellent fix for sendmail see: http://www.postfix.org/ I'm actually thinking of going this route. Is the migration that difficult? Any special gotchas for someone who has been using the default sendmail stuff in FreeBSD? -- Jonathan

Re: swap not being mounted (or so I think)

2003-06-26 Thread Bob Collins
At 09:06 PM 6/25/2003, you wrote: On Wed, Jun 25, 2003 at 08:55:36PM -0400, Bob Collins wrote: I am running 5.0 Release on an i386 Intel system. I have 256MB ram and in /etc/fstab swap is called out for 492MB. How can I tell if this is mounted and in use? Mount does not indicate swap (/da0s1b

Re: please help me

2003-06-25 Thread Bob Collins
At 04:26 PM 6/25/2003, you wrote: selfghe edherh wrote: what is this error (this error about XWindows) DCOPSERVER? I had a similar trouble way back when. Take a look at this message http://docs.freebsd.org/cgi/getmsg.cgi?fetch=1790237+0+archive/2001/freebsd-questions/20010805.freebsd-questions

swap not being mounted (or so I think)

2003-06-25 Thread Bob Collins
I am running 5.0 Release on an i386 Intel system. I have 256MB ram and in /etc/fstab swap is called out for 492MB. How can I tell if this is mounted and in use? Mount does not indicate swap (/da0s1b) is mounted. I ask, as I cannot use dump to backup my raid. My raid is /dev/vinum/raid and