Re: Help vote for FreeBSD

2013-10-10 Thread Shane Ambler
On 10/10/2013 16:15, wrote: Keep them coming guys! Couple hundred more and FreeBSD will top the list: This would be great PR for FreeBSD too. It appears to be tagged as started, which should

Re: ZFS Snapshots Not able to be accessed under .zfs/snapshot/name

2013-09-09 Thread Shane Ambler
On 09/09/2013 22:38, dweimer wrote: A quick update on this, in case anyone else runs into it, I did finally try on the 2nd of this month to delete my UFS volume, and create a new ZFS volume to replace it. I recreated the Squid cache directories and let squid start over building up cache. So

Re: ZFS Snapshots Not able to be accessed under .zfs/snapshot/name

2013-08-14 Thread Shane Ambler
On 14/08/2013 22:57, dweimer wrote: I have a few systems running on ZFS with a backup script that creates snapshots, then backs up the .zfs/snapshot/name directory to make sure open files are not missed. This has been working great but all of the sudden one of my systems has stopped working.

Re: sysvipc only for one jail

2013-08-12 Thread Shane Ambler
On 12/08/2013 21:39, Trond Endrestøl wrote: On Mon, 12 Aug 2013 13:57+0200, David Demelier wrote: And thus, it's not enabled as postgresql tells: creating template1 database in /usr/local/pgsql/data/base/1 ... FATAL: could not create shared memory segment: Function not implemented I'll

Re: 2 lines

2013-07-30 Thread Shane Ambler
On 30/07/2013 15:04, Zyumbilev, Peter wrote: However really not sure what is the best way - the only feasible solution I found so far is DNS faiolver However I am not 100% sure how well it will work and if this may cause more

Re: FreeBSD slices and the Boot Manager

2013-07-28 Thread Shane Ambler
On 29/07/2013 08:23, Polytropon wrote: On Sun, 28 Jul 2013 22:23:38 +, Teske, Devin wrote: In this case, sade is (or was) a direct by-product of the death of sysinstall(8). It only exists in 9 or higher. % which sade /usr/sbin/sade System is FreeBSD 8.2-STABLE of August 2011. I think

Re: to gmirror or to ZFS

2013-07-22 Thread Shane Ambler
On 21/07/2013 17:31, Steve O'Hara-Smith wrote: On Sun, 21 Jul 2013 14:13:39 +0930 Shane Ambler wrote: On 21/07/2013 04:42, Steve O'Hara-Smith wrote: It's a pity there are now only two manufacturers of spinning rust. I thought there was three left - Seagate WD

Re: to gmirror or to ZFS

2013-07-20 Thread Shane Ambler
On 21/07/2013 04:42, Steve O'Hara-Smith wrote: It's a pity there are now only two manufacturers of spinning rust. I thought there was three left - Seagate WD and Toshiba ___ mailing list

Re: to gmirror or to ZFS

2013-07-16 Thread Shane Ambler
On 16/07/2013 14:41, aurfalien wrote: On Jul 15, 2013, at 9:23 PM, Warren Block wrote: On Mon, 15 Jul 2013, aurfalien wrote: ... thats the question :) At any rate, I'm building a rather large 100+TB NAS using ZFS. However for my OS, should I also ZFS or simply gmirror as I've a dedicated

Re: jls usage

2013-07-14 Thread Shane Ambler
On 13/07/2013 18:24, Frank Leonhardt wrote: Next question: How do you kill a PR you've changed your mind about? just submit a follow up requesting that it be closed as the fix has been applied. ___ mailing list

Re: jls usage

2013-07-12 Thread Shane Ambler
On 13/07/2013 01:26, Frank Leonhardt wrote: Okay - answering my own question and solved... It's a bug (or is that a feature?). In /etc/rc.d/jail line 647 it currently reads: eval ${_setfib} jail ${_flags} -i ${_rootdir} ${_hostname} \ \${_addrl}\

Re: chrome does not refresh screen content

2013-07-09 Thread Shane Ambler
On 09/07/2013 18:52, CeDeROM wrote: Your VLC/Xorg refresh related problem may be related to invalid Xorg configuration - please search for hald and xorg autodetectinput - if you have frozen screen until you move a mouse this is it and you can solve it relatively easy :-) A few apps not

Re: chrome does not refresh screen content

2013-07-08 Thread Shane Ambler
On 08/07/2013 19:29, CeDeROM wrote: Hello :-) I have noted this nasty and disturbing problem with Chromium that it very often does not refresh screen/display so I get result after few seconds or need to refresh page to see a change. It does not happen with other browsers and/or x-applications.

Re: FFMpeg and FreeBSD

2013-06-28 Thread Shane Ambler
On 29/06/2013 02:07, Giorgos Keramidas wrote: I have had no problems using ffmpeg1 with my version of blender for several months now. It has a cmake option for lib names and then I added include/ffmpeg1 to C/CXXFLAGS and lib/ffmpeg1 to LDFLAGS. Hi Shane, This should probably be in the

Re: FFMpeg and FreeBSD

2013-06-26 Thread Shane Ambler
On 27/06/2013 09:57, Simon wrote: Hello Everyone, Does anyone use the latest FFMpeg version 1.2 and FreeBSD? How did you compile it? did you run into any issues? The FFMpeg port is 6+ months behind and I feel like I'm the only one who uses this which would be very odd given everything uses

Re: When to submit regression in a PR

2013-06-21 Thread Shane Ambler
On 21/06/2013 17:12, Aymeric Mansoux wrote: My question therefore is: while I will mention these problems upstream, should I also make the PR? Contact the port maintainer directly? I understand it is not FreeBSD specific (same issue on Debian Sid) however it really make the current port

Re: Panic/reboot while trying to install 9.1 on a HP Proliant DL580G5

2013-06-14 Thread Shane Ambler
On 14/06/2013 23:33, Ewald Jenisch wrote: On Fri, Jun 07, 2013 at 10:41:01AM +0930, Shane Ambler wrote: Just guessing from what I see - The panic is No usable event timer found! I did say just guessing and thought someone more knowledgeable may have spoken by now. One thing I did find

Re: /etc/make.conf CURDIR

2013-06-09 Thread Shane Ambler
On 09/06/2013 23:46, Matthias Apitz wrote: Hello, I have the kernel sources not in /usr/src/sys, but elsewhere; I can not get set correctly SYSDIR via /etc/make.conf for some ports (or other values like USE_GCC, ...); if I have in /etc/make.conf these lines: .if

Re: Panic/reboot while trying to install 9.1 on a HP Proliant DL580G5

2013-06-06 Thread Shane Ambler
On 06/06/2013 23:41, Ewald Jenisch wrote: Here's what I tried so far: o) Updating BIOS, array-controller, iLO to the latest version o) Booting the installation DVD in safe-mode o) Booting the installatino DVD verbose mode o) Escaping to the loader prompt, entering

Re: why is ports web page so far out of date

2013-06-05 Thread Shane Ambler
On 05/06/2013 17:00, Waitman Gobble wrote: If you must have a web based version, another option is DIY roll your own ports index based on your own local ports tree. At least you can set it up how you want. a simple quick-together script running on my computer:

Re: problems with port upgrade consistency using portsnap

2013-05-19 Thread Shane Ambler
On 19/05/2013 15:49, fddi wrote: Hello, I am using portsnap to update my port collection on FreeBSD 9.1 the first time I ran it a few weeks ago I did| || |||portsnap fetch| || |and then portsnap exctract then I did a crontab script to update ports every night 0 3 * * * /usr/sbin/portsnap -I

Re: Connecting EFTPOS terminals to FreeBSD

2013-05-15 Thread Shane Ambler
On 15/05/2013 12:13, Da Rock wrote: If anyone has some dev material (or links to such) would be handy as well- I need to get a far better picture of all this. I don't have any experience to help but may be what you are looking for - they have free community support as well as

Re: [offtopic] ZFS mirror install /mnt is empty

2013-05-15 Thread Shane Ambler
On 15/05/2013 15:55, Trond Endrestøl wrote: Am I the only one to receive these emails twice, delayed only by a couple of days since receiving the original emails? Judging be the headers below this is either misconfiguration, a MITM attack or something else. yes I got a duplicate of the

Re: ZFS mirror install /mnt is empty

2013-05-13 Thread Shane Ambler
On Mon, 13 May 2013 08:40-0400, Paul Kraus wrote: On May 13, 2013, at 1:58 AM, Trond Endrestøl wrote: Due to advances in hard drive technology, for the worse I'm afraid, i.e. 4K disk blocks, I wouldn't bother enabling compression on any ZFS file systems. I might change my blog posts to

Re: C++ headers

2013-04-13 Thread Shane Ambler
On 13/04/2013 21:45, Jason Lenthe wrote: Is it possible to get C++11 support on FreeBSD? Currently the 9.1-RELEASE has some compiler C++11 capable but the /usr/include/c++ headers lacks some c++11 features (and missing headers). Is there any port of c++11 available? There sure is. Just get

Re: Recipie for CPU souffle'

2013-04-02 Thread Shane Ambler
On 02/04/2013 13:32, Ronald F. Guilmette wrote: I've now installed mbmon and xmbmon and will be watching the CPU temp closely for awhile. I really wish that one or the other of those tools allowed setting a threshold CPU temp, beyond which the tool would emit an ear piercing alarm via the

Re: external hdd

2013-03-29 Thread Shane Ambler
On 30/03/2013 09:43, Chuck Swiger wrote: Hi-- On Mar 29, 2013, at 3:52 PM, Damien Fleuriot wrote: On 29 March 2013 18:06, Chuck Swiger wrote: Time Machine is only supported on top of journaled HFS+; I'm not sure how fusefs-hfs is doing on FreeBSD, though. Or you could setup

Re: Status of Xen/Dom0 on FreeBSD?

2013-03-26 Thread Shane Ambler
On 26/03/2013 23:30, C. P. Ghost wrote: Hello, I'm wondering if there's been some progress on the Xen/Dom0 front recently. The Wiki still doesn't show any improvements in this area, but it may also be outdated (?). Not sure about any Xen/Dom0 work but I

Re: security/heimdal generates openssl conflict [was - Re: Installing openssl from ports]

2013-03-26 Thread Shane Ambler
On 26/03/2013 11:53, Shane Ambler wrote: Either the man pages list is incorrect or heimdal installs a duplicate copy of the openssl man pages - maybe this could be disabled if openssl from ports is used. For reference - heimdal includes source for libhcrypto which it uses if openssl

Re: security/heimdal generates openssl conflict [was - Re: Installing openssl from ports]

2013-03-25 Thread Shane Ambler
On 26/03/2013 00:42, Jim Ballantine wrote: Hi I had removed the port, but it was reinstalled as a dependency of other ports. I have WITH_OPENSSL_PORT=yes in /etc/make.conf, and after I do a pkg delete -f heimdal openssl installs fine, but when I try to install heimdal from ports (with

Re: Installing openssl from ports

2013-03-22 Thread Shane Ambler
On 22/03/2013 04:36, Jim Ballantine wrote: But when I attempt to install the latest openssl for the port system, it fails with a conflict (installs file in the same place) with heimdal. Take a close look at the message and what happens before. openssl only gives a conflict message if the

Re: fbsdmon error message

2013-03-10 Thread Shane Ambler
On 09/03/2013 22:24, Jerry wrote: After working fine for over a year, the ports-mgmt/fbsdmon port has started spitting out errors once a week for the past month. ** Rebuilding locate database: Rebuilding whatis database:

Re: fbsdmon error message

2013-03-10 Thread Shane Ambler
On 10/03/2013 23:27, Jerry wrote: On Sun, 10 Mar 2013 21:13:10 +1030 Shane Ambler articulated: While I know the error originates from an openssl item being renamed from EVP_PKEY_verifyrecover_init to EVP_PKEY_verify_recover_init I'm not sure why it still tries to find the old man page

Re: Booting from an aribrary disk in ZFS RAIDZ on 8.x

2013-03-06 Thread Shane Ambler
On 06/03/2013 14:54, Doug Poland wrote: On Wed, Mar 06, 2013 at 01:26:07PM +1030, Shane Ambler wrote: On 06/03/2013 05:14, Doug Poland wrote: I have 6 disks in a RAIDZ configuration. All disks were sliced the same with gpart (da(n)p1,p2,p3) with bootcode written to index 1, swap on index 2

Re: Booting from an aribrary disk in ZFS RAIDZ on 8.x

2013-03-05 Thread Shane Ambler
On 06/03/2013 05:14, Doug Poland wrote: Hello, I'm running ZFS filesystem ver 3, storage pool ver 14, on 8-STABLE amd64. The kernel build is rather dated from around Feb 2010. You probably want to update that sometime. I have 6 disks in a RAIDZ configuration. All disks were sliced the same

Re: jail and networking

2013-02-21 Thread Shane Ambler
On 22/02/2013 05:52, Devin Teske wrote: What I find strange is that: 1. I knew about ListenAddress w/respect to jails, but... 2. We are not changing it (sshd_config has no ListenAddress -- leading to default values used), yet... 3. Base machine and jails both work fine Not sure when it's

Re: I made a mess. libc

2013-02-21 Thread Shane Ambler
On 22/02/2013 10:07, Bernt Hansson wrote: Yes that is an idea. Since Damien was kind to host the file I downloaded it and will try later today (friday) The problem is I can't burn or otherwise get in to the machine. invalid file format You missed the earlier suggestion - at the

Re: jail and networking

2013-02-20 Thread Shane Ambler
It's been a while since I experimented with jails but I'm pretty sure it is the reason I changed my sshd_config When you start sshd on the base system by default it binds against and :: which is every ip4 and ip6 address configured on the base system, which includes the aliased ip's

Re: cdrecord: Please report.

2013-02-20 Thread Shane Ambler
On 21/02/2013 10:22, Ronald F. Guilmette wrote: Now that I've ``upgraded'' from 8.3-RELEASE to 9.1-RELEASE it appears that good old burncd no longer works, apparently because the CD/DVD drive is now exclusively handled as an ATAPICAM device. There are a few problem reports for cdrecord

Re: Using svn to checkout a deprecated port.

2013-02-18 Thread Shane Ambler
On 19/02/2013 05:53, Christopher Sean Hilton wrote: Hi, I need to use svn to checkout the old security/cfs port so I can do a one-time transfer of some data off of a USB drive. At the end of the day, I just need the one port so if the cvs repository is available I could also get it that way. In

Re: ZFS - whole disk or partition or BSD slice?

2013-01-27 Thread Shane Ambler
On 28/01/2013 10:27, james wrote: I have a 9.1 system with some SATA disks in RAIDZ, upgraded from 9.0. The disks are all the same type, and I formatted them for FreeBSD and put ZFS in a slice covering most of them. I have seen suggestions for OpenIndiana etc that it is better to let ZFS have

Re: Locking USB Serial Device to Specific Com port

2013-01-26 Thread Shane Ambler
On 27/01/2013 08:15, dweimer wrote: I would like to lock down the USB serial port adapter used on the UPS to /dev/cuaU0, to make sure the UPS is always monitored and I will get a clean shutdown in event of a power failure. I believe that this requires setting a hint line of some sort in the

Re: 'svn-export' incrementing?

2013-01-22 Thread Shane Ambler
On 23/01/2013 11:59, Peter Vereshagin wrote: I believe there is something wrong in the way I use the 'svn-export'. Otherwise it's a no problem for me to patch for '--force'. How can I update the already created 'work tree' with 'svn update'? I think the correct answer is a good idea for

Re: zfs configuration

2013-01-21 Thread Shane Ambler
On 22/01/2013 02:51, dweimer wrote: On 2013-01-21 09:50, Don Dugger wrote: Hi All, So I use zfs for the root file system. Works well. However now I want to move /tmp to ram-disk (memory disk or what ever). When I try to unmount /tmp with the zfs command of course it won't because its busy.

defines in system headers

2013-01-02 Thread Shane Ambler
I ran into a problem with /usr/include/xlocale/_ctype.h in 9.1 Line 56 is - #if __GNUC__ !__GNUC_STDC_INLINE__ but within a tinderbox on a 9.0 system (yes I know that setup isn't actually supported) using gcc as the compiler __GNUC_STDC_INLINE__ isn't defined and generates a ! has no right

Re: Strange mouse behavior in Gnome2

2012-12-30 Thread Shane Ambler
On 30/12/2012 23:21, Alexander Lindemann wrote: Hi, I have a strange problem with my mouse while using Gnome2 (same problem with KDE) on FreeBSD 9: mouseclicks aren't working if I open another window, my testcase is opening the keyboard-settings and trying to add another Layout, but its the

Re: static ip address and ifconfig

2012-12-29 Thread Shane Ambler
On 30/12/2012 07:46, Fbsd8 wrote: The rc.config statement ifconfig_xl0=DHCP on that PC would function as exspected? DHCP doesn't actually mean that the address will be dynamic - DHCP can give you the same ip address every time it is requested. It simply moves the details of configuration

Re: correct way for installing python extensions for 3.3?

2012-12-28 Thread Shane Ambler
On 29/12/2012 03:52, Roland Smith wrote: Currently I'm using python 2.7.3 because numpy required it. It seems that numpy some other extensions can now be installed for python3. Numpy for python 2.7.3 is already installed, and now I want to install it for python 3.3 as well. I'm just not sure

Re: VPS FreeBSD Hosting

2012-11-26 Thread Shane Ambler
On 26/11/2012 20:48, Arthur Chance wrote: FreeBSD is now officially supported by Amazon (but still supplied by Colin) as well as Colin's defenestrated FreeBSD AMIs. I don't use them yet but while looking into cloud setups I found that rackspace have offered freebsd 9 images for us to build

Re: Is FreeBSD 9 Production Ready?

2012-11-24 Thread Shane Ambler
On 25/11/2012 04:06, Tim Daneliuk wrote: But I have had essentially no problems doing in-place major rev updates with FreeBSD thus far. The only breakage I am worried about now is whether the new compiler change breaks things that used to work just fine. For example, will my make.conf

Re: FreeBSD on SSD on ASUS P5KPL-C

2012-11-22 Thread Shane Ambler
On 22/11/2012 14:49, Warren Block wrote: On Wed, 21 Nov 2012, Warren Block wrote: Got a chance to set up a scratch drive and check this. Turns out I left out the step of creating a slice (MBR partition) to hold the FreeBSD partitions. Also, GPT labels cannot be used in an MBR. Fixed below.

Re: SSD for FreeBSD NAS device

2012-11-20 Thread Shane Ambler
On 20/11/2012 20:54, bsd wrote: Hello, I have just acquired an Intel R2312GZ4GC4 which I have equipped with a Adaptec RAID 51245 and 6 WD red disks of 3To - It'll come with 32Gb of Kingston ECC RAM. I am planing to use It as a backup device on a second hosting facility to backup couple of

Re: how to correct corrupted ports tree?

2012-11-16 Thread Shane Ambler
On 17/11/2012 15:26, Gary Aitken wrote: decided to rebuild ports for peace of mind, but my basic ports tree is hosed: I didn't see anything in the handbook about how to get the ports tree itself back to a sane condition. Do I have to blow the whole thing away and do a fresh extract? I

Re: Mounting SD card.

2012-11-15 Thread Shane Ambler
On 16/11/2012 02:25, Warren Block wrote: On Thu, 15 Nov 2012, Polytropon wrote: Is there a recommended way to automate the GEOM re-tasting so SD cards can be accessed without further interaction (by simply using the correct mount command)? Not AFAIK. Could depend on hardware also; some card

Re: gfc-afc-volume-mon

2012-11-11 Thread Shane Ambler
On 12/11/2012 09:40, ajtiM wrote: Hi! I use FreeBSD 9.1-RC3 #0 r242324 mnow. After updtae from 9.1-RC2 to RC3 I have a problem with GIMP which start more slow than before and top shows me: THR PRI NICE SIZERES STATE C TIME WCPU COMMAND 3 1020 44176K 9256K CPU10 1:11

Re: Why PostgreSQL doesn't start with shared_buffers=6GB ?

2012-11-06 Thread Shane Ambler
On 05/11/2012 11:24, Yuri wrote: When I am setting shared_buffers=6GB in postgresql.conf it fails to start: DETAIL: Failed system call was shmget(key=5432001, size=6612361216, 03600). even though kern.ipc.shmmax is set to ~7GB: $ sysctl -a | grep shm kern.ipc.shm_allow_removed: 0

Re: I need a simple cli tool to rotate mp4 video.

2012-10-31 Thread Shane Ambler
On 31/10/2012 09:01, Jakub Lach wrote: $ ffmpeg -i A.mp4 -vf transpose=1 -r 30 -sameq -acodec copy B.mp4 Is _almost_ ideal, apart from x1.5 increase in size... playing with fps does not change it too. try the -b option to specify the bitrate you want. while I haven't tried it -fs is meant

Re: NVIDIA proprietary driver error

2012-10-28 Thread Shane Ambler
On 26/10/2012 19:06, Ashkan Rahmani wrote: i have an option in bios boot vga controller selection for which have 2 options windows 7/vista and reserved. Thank you for reply, That xorg.conf generetaed by Xorg -configure. yes I tried nvidia-xsetting. On start I got error which says There is

Re: NVIDIA proprietary driver error

2012-10-26 Thread Shane Ambler
On 25/10/2012 19:52, Ashkan Rahmani wrote: On Oct 25, 2012 12:02 PM, Shane Ambler wrote: On 25/10/2012 17:34, Ashkan Rahmani wrote: Hi, I'm going to install driver for nvidia 310M cuda enabled, but I have some problem with it. Monitor resolution must be 1366x768 xxx

Re: NVIDIA proprietary driver error

2012-10-25 Thread Shane Ambler
On 25/10/2012 17:34, Ashkan Rahmani wrote: Hi, I'm going to install driver for nvidia 310M cuda enabled, but I have some problem with it. Monitor resolution must be 1366x768 xxx but resolution is 1024x768 and with lag. Sounds like your on a laptop? model details could be helpful if someone

Re: ZFS / Boot Environments / Jails / Upgrading form Source Code

2012-10-19 Thread Shane Ambler
On 19/10/2012 07:44, dweimer wrote: First step replace the usr/src within the jail with new source using svn, easy enough. Then start make buildworld... oops, I have a problem now, the usr/obj/usr stuff is now under /usr/obj/usr/jails/release91rc2..., However I want it to be under

Re: geforce 310m CUDA problem

2012-10-08 Thread Shane Ambler
On 08/10/2012 16:24, Ashkan Rahmani wrote: Unfortunately (for me of course) it has geforce 310m cuda 1gb VGA, and it seems this VGA is not supported by FreeBSD. After installing FreeBSD/PC-BSD resolution is about 800x600 and I can not change it. Color depth is also terrible. Configuring

Re: BSD on IOS hardware

2012-10-03 Thread Shane Ambler
Greg Freeman wrote: Is it possible to load FreeBSD on an Apple Mobile device designed to run IOS? There are a lot of old iPads out there. If we could repurpose them to straight Unix pads that might be cool. On 03/10/2012 05:19, Sean Cavanaugh wrote: I hate to say it,

Re: nvidia and flash plugin problem

2012-10-03 Thread Shane Ambler
On 03/10/2012 04:46, David Demelier wrote: Hello, I have a nvidia GT 630 and use the flash plugin, I've got a very strange problem, on youtube (or any flash video), the colors are just broken. This is happening on a FreeBSD 9.0 amd64 box with linux-f10-flashplugin-11.2r202.238

Re: BSD on IOS hardware

2012-10-02 Thread Shane Ambler
On 02/10/2012 22:58, Rares Aioanei wrote: On Thu, 27 Sep 2012 10:18:06 -0400 Greg Freeman wrote: Is it possible to load FreeBSD on an Apple Mobile device designed to run IOS? There are a lot of old iPads out there. If we could repurpose them to straight Unix pads that

Re: Blender port

2012-09-28 Thread Shane Ambler
On 17/08/2012 04:47, Fernando Apesteguía wrote: On Thu, Aug 16, 2012 at 12:29 PM, Polytropon wrote: On Thu, 16 Aug 2012 11:33:22 +0200, Peter Boosten wrote: So I did a ktrace, and it seems to stumble on a library it cannot find: This library however is nowhere to

Re: portsnap update won't update original /usr/ports

2012-05-22 Thread Shane Ambler
On 23/05/2012 08:32, Gary Aitken wrote: According to the handbook, one can do portsnap fetch portsnap update and the update will work with a previously created ports tree; I presume this includes one created during system install. However, when I attempted this, portsnap complained: /usr/ports

Re: ZFS mounting order

2012-05-22 Thread Shane Ambler
On 21/05/2012 00:11, Chris Brennan (lists) wrote: Greetings! I have a FreeBSD 9 system with 3 different ZFS pools on it. I am booting from a ro CF Card w/o any major issues, the problem I am encountering is that zroot needs to be mounted at boot first, because it contains /usr, zhome and tank

Re: FreeBSD on the ASUS P8H67-M LGA1155 H67 motherboard

2012-05-17 Thread Shane Ambler
On 17/05/2012 14:31, Victor Sudakov wrote: Thanks for the good news. Can you please show 'cat /dev/sndstat' and what the kernel thinks about the NIC (is it the re(4) driver?) cat /dev/sndstat FreeBSD Audio Driver (newpcm: 64bit 2009061500/amd64) Installed devices: pcm0: HDA NVidia (Unknown)

Re: FreeBSD on the ASUS P8H67-M LGA1155 H67 motherboard

2012-05-16 Thread Shane Ambler
On 16/05/2012 13:52, Victor Sudakov wrote: Colleagues, Do you have success stories running FreeBSD on an ASUS P8H67-M LGA1155 H67 motherboard? This will be mostly a desktop system on 9.0-RELEASE. I am worried especially about the Sandy Bridge video, shall I be able to use it with xorg at least

Re: FreeBSD problem reports - bin/167156

2012-05-02 Thread Shane Ambler
On 25/04/2012 22:54, Taras Marusin wrote: Hello! How can I track the solution to this problem? T.Marusin -- Forwarded message -- Date: 2012/4/21 Subject: Re: bin/167156: looping process mksnap_ffs when run in a chroot environment named.

Re: upgrade of portupgrade

2012-04-23 Thread Shane Ambler
On 23/04/2012 17:13, n dhert wrote: Today, my nightly run of portsnap informed me there is un update for: # pkg_version -vIL= portupgrade- needs updating (index has,2) = SHA256 Checksum mismatch for pkgtools-^M === Giving up on fetching files:

Re: blu ray recorders

2012-04-20 Thread Shane Ambler
On 21/04/2012 00:29, Wojciech Puchar wrote: dvd's. From the info I can see that cdrecord and growisofs list blu-ray in features. already found - growisofs (which i use regularly) do support blu ray recording. so i will buy BD-recorder. the problem is - FreeBSD seems not to support 4GB

Re: blu ray recorders

2012-04-19 Thread Shane Ambler
On 16/04/2012 18:04, Wojciech Puchar wrote: today BD recordable disks have prices that make sense as well as recorders. but as i never had one i want to ask - how it is used under FreeBSD. Does growisofs work just like with DVD-R or other tools are needed? I have an LG BH12LS38 blu-ray

Re: oops, now: bsd question: how to record a tv stream?

2012-03-12 Thread Shane Ambler
at another specified time... :) I wrote a script for this; a bit hackish, but it gets the job done. I have to clean it up someday when I have the spare time. No one suggesting MythTV? I haven't used a tuner card but I thought MythTV was the one to use. -- Shane Ambler FreeBSD (at) ShaneWare (dot

Re: XFCE - how to edit menu ?

2012-03-07 Thread Shane Ambler
/local/share/applications for the *.desktop files - I believe the home dir versions override the /usr ones but haven't looked at what gets overwritten by reinstall etc. -- Shane Ambler FreeBSD (at) ShaneWare (dot) Biz http://ShaneWare.Biz ___ freebsd

Re: Cloning a FreeBSD system

2012-03-02 Thread Shane Ambler
, web server pools, etc). Another option to look at is using FreeBSD's Jails. Handbook chapter 16 Basically you can setup multiple jails on the machine that use the kernel of the base system (so it's not an entire emulated machine) but each jail has it's own environment, apps etc. --- Shane

Re: Gnome 2 - Fuzziness

2006-09-05 Thread Shane Ambler
loose out on any choices with KDE. It is in ports at /usr/ports/x11/kde3, but you may want to get hold of the pre-built package and install from that. -- Shane Ambler [EMAIL PROTECTED] Get Sheeky @ http://Sheeky.Biz ___

Re: FreeBSD router

2006-09-01 Thread Shane Ambler
The answer is yes it can be done. Which one is better depends on which cisco model you compare with and what hardware you are going to use to run FreeBSD with what features. As well as your knowledge of FreeBSD admin/network config. As mentioned before you may be expected to compile a custom

Re: Hardware Recomendation

2006-08-25 Thread Shane Ambler
months time. On 25/8/2006 17:00, VeeJay [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello What are the Hardware recomendation for a dedicated FreeBSD Web/Database Server with Data Security? What is the flow of Setup/ or major steps to setup? -- Shane Ambler [EMAIL PROTECTED] Get Sheeky

Problem with save-entropy

2006-08-16 Thread Shane Ambler
1: socket: Operation not permitted -- Shane Ambler [EMAIL PROTECTED] Get Sheeky @ http://Sheeky.Biz ___ mailing list To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL


2006-06-15 Thread Shane Ambler
on where the error comes from? -- Shane Ambler [EMAIL PROTECTED] ___ mailing list To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Hard Disk problems

2006-04-02 Thread Shane Ambler
On 3/4/06 2:49 AM, Gayn Winters [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Shane Ambler Sent: Saturday, April 01, 2006 3:10 AM To: FreeBSD Mailing Lists Subject: Hard Disk problems A few days ago I started getting some disk errors and can't seem to find a reference

Hard Disk problems

2006-04-01 Thread Shane Ambler
=1ILLEGAL_LENGTH LBA=139102390 ad0: FAILURE - READ_DMA status=51READY,DSC,ERROR error=40UNCORRECTABLE LBA=139102391 ad0: FAILURE - READ_DMA status=51READY,DSC,ERROR error=1ILLEGAL_LENGTH LBA=139102392 ad0: FAILURE - READ_DMA status=51READY,DSC,ERROR error=1ILLEGAL_LENGTH LBA=139102393 -- Shane

Re: 4.9 rebooting

2005-01-13 Thread Shane Ambler
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Re: ip address behind router ?

2005-01-11 Thread Shane Ambler
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Re: I quit

2005-01-10 Thread Shane Ambler
they changed to the RISC based PPC. -- Shane Ambler Sales Department [EMAIL PROTECTED] ___ mailing list To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL

Re: netatalk, NFS, OS X and backup

2005-01-10 Thread Shane Ambler
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Unable to build

2005-01-09 Thread Shane Ambler
../config.cache checking LIBRARY_PATH variable... ok checking GCC_EXEC_PREFIX variable... ok checking host system type... i386-unknown-freebsd4 checking target system type... i386-unknown-freebsd4 checking build system type... i386-unknown-freebsd4 checking for gcc... (cached) gcc -- Shane Ambler Sales

Re: Updating a running jail

2005-01-09 Thread Shane Ambler
up to date? Thanks. Tom -- Shane Ambler Sales Department [EMAIL PROTECTED] ___ mailing list To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL