Need some help building bootcrunch

2012-05-30 Thread Rick Miller
Hi All, I am attempting to build a bootcrunch file that I will inject into an mfsroot. I'm unable to get it built completely and hoping someone might be able to help me identify the issue. crunchgen runs and exits without issue. Running make fails with the following error indicating it's not

Re: Need some help building bootcrunch

2012-05-30 Thread Rick Miller
I changed some things around in the bootcrunch.conf and got it to work. It was building 'fetch'. I moved -lfetch before -lmd and it compiled fine. On Wed, May 30, 2012 at 10:36 AM, Rick Miller vmil...@hostileadmin.com wrote: Hi All, I am attempting to build a bootcrunch file that I will

System crashed need some help troubleshooting

2009-09-09 Thread Graeme Dargie
Hi All, I have a server in the house that has been running away fine, I noticed today that it had rebooted 17hours or so ago, looking a little further it also looks like it had rebooted around 23hours previously. panic: kmem_malloc(131072): kmem_map too small: 505761792 total

IPFW: Need some help

2009-06-28 Thread Anton
Hello all, I'm new to *nix and now, while configuring IPFW Firewall on FreeBSD 7.2 = has stuck in a problem: After packet from my network is passed to natd demon - it is returning t= o firewall (it is normal, as I think ;-) ), but I see another abnormal thin= g: when it is

Re: IPFW: Need some help

2009-06-28 Thread Neal Hogan
2009/6/28 Anton an...@sng.by:   Hello all,   I'm new to *nix and now, while configuring IPFW Firewall on FreeBSD   7.2  has stuck in a problem:   After packet from my network is passed to natd demon - it is returning   t o firewall (it is normal, as I think ;-) ), but I see another  

Re: IPFW: Need some help

2009-06-28 Thread Ruben de Groot
On Sun, Jun 28, 2009 at 02:14:00PM +0300, Anton typed: Hello all, I'm new to *nix and now, while configuring IPFW Firewall on FreeBSD 7.2 = has stuck in a problem: After packet from my network is passed to natd demon - it is returning t= o firewall (it is normal, as I

php4 compile errors - need some help

2007-07-27 Thread Andreas Widerøe Andersen
I need some help identifying what causes this error and how to fix it: #portupgrade php4 [snip] mv -f ext/standard/base64.o ext/standard/base64.lo /bin/sh /usr/ports/lang/php4/work/php-4.4.7/libtool --preserve-dup-deps --mode=compile cc -Iext/standard/ -I/usr/ports/lang/php4/work/php-4.4.7/ext

Re: Need some help with PF rule letting two machines access each other

2006-06-09 Thread Erik Norgaard
Pat Maddox wrote: 12.34.56.78 runs a server on port 1234 87.65.43.21 should connect to this Both of them have PF rulesets that block off most traffic, keeping open the publically available ports I need open. In this case though, any traffic over this port should only be between these two

Re: Need some help with PF rule letting two machines access each other

2006-06-09 Thread Pat Maddox
On 6/9/06, Erik Norgaard [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Pat Maddox wrote: 12.34.56.78 runs a server on port 1234 87.65.43.21 should connect to this Both of them have PF rulesets that block off most traffic, keeping open the publically available ports I need open. In this case though, any

Need some help with PF rule letting two machines access each other

2006-06-08 Thread Pat Maddox
12.34.56.78 runs a server on port 1234 87.65.43.21 should connect to this Both of them have PF rulesets that block off most traffic, keeping open the publically available ports I need open. In this case though, any traffic over this port should only be between these two machines. I've tried to

Re: Need some help with PF rule letting two machines access each other

2006-06-08 Thread Mikhail Goriachev
Pat Maddox wrote: 12.34.56.78 runs a server on port 1234 87.65.43.21 should connect to this Both of them have PF rulesets that block off most traffic, keeping open the publically available ports I need open. In this case though, any traffic over this port should only be between these two

Need some Help

2005-08-20 Thread Everett Batey
Currently have a not too successful install of FBSD 5.4. Tried both XFree and Xorg for a GUI to replace my obsolete earlier installs for Qmail, Apache Web, DNS and X-Windows. Looking for some budget tech assist at getting X-Windows on a computer here in Ventura County, CA. Any takers? AMD

Re: Need some Help

2005-08-20 Thread albi
Currently have a not too successful install of FBSD 5.4. Tried both XFree and Xorg for a GUI to replace my obsolete earlier installs for Qmail, Apache Web, DNS and X-Windows. -- cut -- AMD Sempron, native VGA, little luck except with Win2K (ughhh) and Knoppix. whenever i have problems with

FreeBsd , I REALLY need some help :-)

2003-11-04 Thread Nic Bergen
Hi, I'm trying to install freebsd on an old i486 (75mhz) with 40mb ram I have two harddrives 260 and 349mb. I am booting with the kern and mfsroot floppies. I can get everything right and working following the documentation on the site up to making the root,swap,...etc. But when I finish this

Re: FreeBsd , I REALLY need some help :-)

2003-11-04 Thread Peter Ulrich Kruppa
On Tue, 4 Nov 2003, Nic Bergen wrote: Hi, I'm trying to install freebsd on an old i486 (75mhz) with 40mb ram I have two harddrives 260 and 349mb. First of all: it is absolutely possible to install a basic FreeBSD on this kind of hardware. I never had any problems with mitsumi cd-drives. Do

Re: FreeBsd , I REALLY need some help :-)

2003-11-04 Thread Garance A Drosihn
At 1:47 PM +0100 11/4/03, Nic Bergen wrote: Hi, I'm trying to install freebsd on an old i486 (75mhz) with 40mb ram I have two harddrives 260 and 349mb. Which version of FreeBSD are you trying to install? -- Garance Alistair Drosehn= [EMAIL PROTECTED] Senior Systems Programmer

Need some help =(

2003-08-03 Thread Eric Murphy
Hi! I am pretty new to FreeBSD, however, I do really enjoy useing it, its a GREAT server platform. Anyway, on to my question. I for the life of me can't figure out how to update my system. Everything I read REALLY confuses me. I was hopeing it would be something as simple as emerge world or

Re: Need some help =(

2003-08-03 Thread Jonas Anderson
On Sun, 3 Aug 2003, Eric Murphy wrote: Hi! I am pretty new to FreeBSD, however, I do really enjoy useing it, its a GREAT server platform. Anyway, on to my question. I for the life of me can't figure out how to update my system. Everything I read REALLY confuses me. I was hopeing it would

Re: Need some help =(

2003-08-03 Thread Joey Mingrone
Hi! I am pretty new to FreeBSD, however, I do really enjoy useing it, its a GREAT server platform. It makes a pretty darn good desktop too. :-) Anyway, on to my question. I for the life of me can't figure out how to update my system. Everything I read REALLY confuses me. I was hopeing it

Re: Need some help =(

2003-08-03 Thread Bob Hall
On Sun, Aug 03, 2003 at 10:47:36PM -0500, Joey Mingrone wrote: Hi! I am pretty new to FreeBSD, however, I do really enjoy useing it, its a GREAT server platform. It makes a pretty darn good desktop too. :-) Anyway, on to my question. I for the life of me can't figure out how to update

Mars NWE - need some help please

2003-03-10 Thread Troy
Hello, I have the following set up and cannot see the freebsd box from the network. Samba works fine on this machine however mars_nwe just isn't working for me, of course I am positive it is something that I am doing since this is the first time I have set it up. Any help would be

Re: Mars NWE - need some help please

2003-03-10 Thread Igor B. Bykhalo
[...] *** ** Added to kernel options IPX options NCP ** rc.conf entries ifconfig_xl0f0_ipx=ipx 010A ifconfig_xl0f1_ipx=ipx 020A ifconfig_xl0f2_ipx=ipx 030A ifconfig_xl0f3_ipx=ipx 040A You forgot lo0? ifconfig_lo0_ipx=ipx 0x.1

Fatal Trap 12: .. Need some help

2003-02-12 Thread Pranav A. Desai
Hi! I am running 4.4-RELEASE with a custom kernel. While testing the box under heavy load it gives kernel panic and reboots. I have included the panic message and the nm output. I am not sure if its a bad memory problem, bad driver or bad gigabit card. I would really appreciate any suggestions or

Re: I need some help...

2002-09-28 Thread Nathan Kinkade
On Sat, 28 Sep 2002 21:02:50 -0700 (PDT) Rick Hamell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: console basesd machines then a lower spec may work for you. In any case, if you plan to run X and any sort of browser you probably don't want to go below a P100, and even this is pushing it a bit. I've

I need some help...

2002-09-27 Thread C T
To whom it may concern, My name is Craig and I am in the process of forming a non-profit organization that takes old computers (286's etc...), setting them up for email, word processing, internet browsing, spread sheets, and them giving them to people who can't afford computers. One of my

Re: I need some help...

2002-09-27 Thread Charles Pelletier
, 2002 11:53 PM Subject: Re: I need some help... On Fri, 27 Sep 2002 20:46:12 -0700 C T [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: To whom it may concern, My name is Craig and I am in the process of forming a non-profit organization that takes old computers (286's etc...), setting them up for email, word