asynchronous packet loss

2005-01-09 Thread Thomas Beer
Hi, I'm dealing with this issue since six weeks or so with no avail or a clear source of failure. So this may be my last chance. I have a 5.2.1 R Wifi access point on a Netgear MA 311 and two clients. I tested this with different versions of firmware. One client, a 5.3 B-7 has no problems in both

Re: snd_neomagic kldloads, then 5.2.1-p11 freezes

2004-10-28 Thread Thomas Beer
Nice, but please stop cross-posting! Cheers Thomas On Thu, 28 Oct 2004 00:32:48 +0200, Jan Stary [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I am running FreeBSD 5.2.1-p11 on a Dell Latitude LS notebook. (See KERNCONF and dmesg at the end.) Nearly everything is working fine, except for the sound

Updating Literature

2004-10-12 Thread Thomas Beer
Dear All, I searched the FBSD site and the web for a compendium how to updat from 4.x to 5.x but was unsuccessful. Any pointers? Thanks Tom ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list To unsubscribe,

Warning: a geometry of 116280/16/63 for ad0 is incorrect

2004-10-09 Thread Thomas Beer
Dear All, I searched the web, archives and asked in some mailing lists with no satisfactory solution. The situation is an Thinkpad T42 with a 60GB harddisk, XP as well preinstalled as a service partition. Repartitioning was unproblematic. If I try to install any of the 5.x branch on t a free

Re: Warning: a geometry of 116280/16/63 for ad0 is incorrect

2004-10-09 Thread Thomas Beer
If the installer sees your existing XP and manufacturer service partitions, and they seem OK in terms of size, most likely everything is fine and you can ignore the warning about the geometry being incorrect. What seems strange between 4.x and 5.x in the fdisk partition table is, after

Re: Warning: a geometry of 116280/16/63 for ad0 is incorrect

2004-10-09 Thread Thomas Beer
Hmm. If this unused slice is very tiny (less than 1% of the total capacity), it may be the remainder of the disk which unused due to the way the partition table values get rounded. I suppose I've gotten used to only being able to fit 80 or so real megabytes onto a 100MB drive due to this

Re: Syslogd not logging data from remote machines

2004-05-05 Thread Thomas Beer
/usr/sbin/syslogd -a -n a /usr/sbin/syslogd -a -n should work Cheers Tom ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL

makestrs not found installing X

2004-05-05 Thread Thomas Beer
Hi, I'm currently trying to install XFree86-4. It stops with Error code 127 makestrs: not found but makestrs is located in /usr/X11R6/bin and the path is set. Any pointers would be highly appreciated. Thanks Tom ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: Freebsd machine as a wireless access point ?

2004-04-23 Thread Thomas Beer
The NIC on the AP has to be able to support Host AP mode to work as an access point. Netgear MA 521 *with firmware 1.3* are on example for this. Cheers Tom I have a spare PC with Freebsd installed on it. Can I configure this machine to be a wireless access point ? just curious. -D

Re: routed(8)

2004-04-22 Thread Thomas Beer
Try to put two lines in /etc/gateways if=fxp2 passive if=fxp3 passive Cheers Tom Is it possible to have routed(8) ignore certain ethernet interfaces. For example, on a device with fxp[0-3], I only need routed to interact with fxp[0-1], and to ignore the existence of fxp[2-3]. TIA, rip

sshd login error

2004-04-16 Thread Thomas Beer
Dear All, I'm running sshd on two machines (4.8 and 4.9 respectively) with the following options in sshd_config PermitRootLogin no PasswordAuthentication no The DSAauthentication key is for a normal user and runs smoothly. If I try to login as root from one of the boxes to another (works in

Re: Removing system user

2004-02-20 Thread Thomas Beer
I would not delete them. A normal user, e.g., has to be member of the group staff to su to root, etc. Cheers Tom On Fri, Feb 20, 2004 at 11:51:03PM +0800, meimi wrote: I have read some document about server hardening. It suggests me removing the following users: operator, games, news,