Re: Starting new entries in /etc/rc.conf

2003-11-27 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Wed, Nov 26, 2003 at 02:00:27PM -0800, Kevin Stevens wrote: If you're running the U10 headless, dropping DTR on the connection will, by default, drop the U10 into OpenBoot, stopping execution of the OS (this is true on most if all Sun boxes, not just the U10). There's a simple setting

Starting new entries in /etc/rc.conf

2003-11-26 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
Hello Family, I recently whacked the default outgoing mail process on my FreeBSD-4.8 system and could no longer send mail with Pine using localhost although I could in fact send mail with the command: mail -s mail test [EMAIL PROTECTED] So I went into /usr/ports/postfix-current and did an

Re: Starting new entries in /etc/rc.conf

2003-11-26 Thread Jonas Manalive
Check /usr/local/etc/postfix/main.cf I believe it should be: mydestination = $myhostname, localhost.$mydomain $mydomain I had the same problem, I changed to include this and set also myhostname, mydomain and myorigin. Now it is working perfectly! Best regards, Jonas On Wed, 2003-11-26 at

Re: Starting new entries in /etc/rc.conf

2003-11-26 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
At Wed, 26 Nov 2003 it looks like Jonas Manalive composed: Check /usr/local/etc/postfix/main.cf I believe it should be: mydestination = $myhostname, localhost.$mydomain $mydomain I had the same problem, I changed to include this and set also myhostname, mydomain and myorigin. Now it is

Re: Starting new entries in /etc/rc.conf

2003-11-26 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Bill Schoolcraft [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: In other words, how would you correctly source the /etc/rc.conf file if you can at all or is this file only meant to be referenced at boot time? It's intended to be referenced at boot time, but it's often not very difficult to figure out what is

Re: Starting new entries in /etc/rc.conf

2003-11-26 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
At Wed, 26 Nov 2003 it looks like Lowell Gilbert composed: With something as important as starting up a mailer, I recommend a quick reboot just to be sure that it will start back up Thanks for the reply, This FreeBSD box is a headless one which is also has a DB9 to a headless Ultra-10 at my

Re: Starting new entries in /etc/rc.conf

2003-11-26 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Nov 26, 2003, at 06:55, Bill Schoolcraft wrote: At Wed, 26 Nov 2003 it looks like Lowell Gilbert composed: With something as important as starting up a mailer, I recommend a quick reboot just to be sure that it will start back up Thanks for the reply, This FreeBSD box is a headless one which

Re: Starting new entries in /etc/rc.conf

2003-11-26 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
At Wed, 26 Nov 2003 it looks like Kevin Stevens composed: If you're running the U10 headless, dropping DTR on the connection will, by default, drop the U10 into OpenBoot, stopping execution of the OS (this is true on most if all Sun boxes, not just the U10). There's a simple setting change

Re: Starting new entries in /etc/rc.conf

2003-11-26 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Nov 26, 2003, at 07:11, Bill Schoolcraft wrote: At Wed, 26 Nov 2003 it looks like Kevin Stevens composed: Both these machines are on the network via cat5 and I can't remember if I had to unplug the serial to reboot the FreeBSD box before and not affect the Ultra-10 or what I did. I know now

Re: Starting new entries in /etc/rc.conf

2003-11-26 Thread Ceri Davies
On Wed, Nov 26, 2003 at 02:00:27PM -0800, Kevin Stevens wrote: On Nov 26, 2003, at 06:55, Bill Schoolcraft wrote: This FreeBSD box is a headless one which is also has a DB9 to a headless Ultra-10 at my house and when I reboot it does something wonky to the Ultra-10 so I'd hate to do that