It happens with every package. I am using ATT DSL with 2wire 2701HG-B
I have checked all my settings on the firewall and I am able to FTP into
the server and FTP out from all my other workstations on my network.
This started after I switched to ATT. I called ATT and had them
I don't allow anonymous FTP into my server but when I look at the logs I
see lots of attempts to FTP in.
I had the same problem with SSH but changed that port and now I don't
have that problem.
How would I change the default FTP port from 21 to another port?
What port would work?
This is a error message i receive when I try to install any pack using
the package_add -r
Error: FTP Unable to get
File unavailable (e.g., file not found, no access)
pkg_add: unable to fetch
I receive this error when trying to install amavisd-new.
=== Script configure failed unexpectedly. Please report the problem
to [EMAIL PROTECTED] [maintainer] and attach the
the output of the failure of your make command.
everything and of course nothing was wrong at there end.
I also noticed when I compile a port it sometimes won't download the
dependences and i have to manually install them in the distfile.
On May 26, 2007, at 6:31 AM, dbetts wrote:
This is a error message i receive when I try to install any pack
Freshly installed Freebsd 6.2 on a new box noticed this in the messages log.
locutus sshd: gethostby*.getanswer: asked for warf IN , got type
May 26 16:13:03 locutus sshd: gethostby*.getanswer: asked for warf IN , got
locutus _su: gethostby*.getanswer: asked for
I found this article and it helped alot. I rarely have any spam get through.
Thee are 2 parts to this so maker sure you goto page 3 and scroll to the
bottom of the page for a link to page 2 if you don't want to read this
I deinstalled KDE and XORG on my server as it was taking up to much
space. Anyway when I check my logs I receive this message
init: can't exec getty '/usr/local/bin/kdm' for port /dev/ttyv8: No such file
Anyway to stop this error?
Receiving this error when I run current port of Gotmail and Freebsd 6.2
Can't exec curl: No such file or directory at /usr/local/bin/gotmail line 677.
Use of uninitialized value in concatenation (.) or string at
/usr/local/bin/gotmail line 677.
curl: not found
Could not open
Is there a simple way to uninstall KDE and Xorg, or do I have to use the
pkg_delete command for each one?
Looks like I Picked the Wrong Week to Stop Sniffing Glue.
-- Steve McCroskey --
I have been trying to install amavisd-new, portgrey, and portupgrade. I
get the same error on all ports when they try to install
dependencies:(this is an example from trying to install the port
= bdb-0.6.0.tar.gz doesn't seem to exist in /usr/ports/distfiles/ruby.
= Attempting to
Somehow my /var/db/pkg has become corrupted. I ran pkgdb -F and it
still didn't fix it. The I did something dumb, I deleted the
/var/db/pkg. I thought I had a backup but I can't find one. Is there a
way to recreate the pkg to reflect what I have already installed on my
system or will I have
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