Re: preventing 'watchdog timeout'

2003-09-27 Thread Stephen L Martin
What I do is hit Ctrl-C. This is probably not the best way but it works... -Stephen If I boot FreeBSD 5.1-RELEASE with no cable attached to the NIC, I get a slew of dc0: watchdog timeout errors. Sometimes, I want to boot and run the system without being physically connected to the network.

Re: how to tell if my ISP is blocking email web ports

2004-01-21 Thread Stephen L Martin
you run a server on a non-standard port and the client doesn't need to know about it. -- Stephen L. Martin fbsd_user said: I am thinking about enabling my gateway's sendmail email server to receive email directly from the public internet and also installing apache to serve my own home page. I

Re: Is there a HOW-TO for a network install of FreeBSD?

2004-01-29 Thread Stephen L Martin
Hello, Here are some slides to a talk a went to a while ago. http://www.chuug.org/talks/20030722/netboot.pdf -Stephen Hi- I have a server that currently has Redhat 7.3 on it, and I want to wipe the box and do a fresh install of FreeBSD 4.9. The only problem is that the box is at a

Re: forwarding with ttl=1

2004-02-05 Thread Stephen L Martin
Alex, When posting please wrap your lines...they are easier to read and some MUA's don't deal well with them...including mine :) Thanks. This situation is kind of funny, I've never heard of an ISP doing this. I belive what you want to do is, if you are using IpFilter, use the fastroute keyword.

Tripwire Policy File

2003-08-08 Thread Stephen L Martin
Hello, I'm trying to build a solid tripwire policy file. So far I have only found one resource to use: http://www.schlacter.net/public/FreeBSD-STABLE_and_IPFILTER.html Though this seems to be a good one it is written for 4.6. I'm not sure if this is a problem or not. So my questions are: How

500Mhz reported as 133Mhz w\ dmesg

2003-08-30 Thread Stephen L Martin
Hello, I have a IBM ThinkPad 600X. 500Mhz Pentium III, 128MB RAM. Machine type is 2645-4EU http://www-3.ibm.com/pc/support/site.wss/quickPath.do?quickPathEntry=2645-4EUquickPathEntry.x=5quickPathEntry.y=7 When I do a dmesg it reports: CPU: Intel Pentium III (135.87-MHz 686-class CPU) Origin

Re: PCMCIA NIC

2003-09-11 Thread Stephen L Martin
William, You can put pccardd_enable=YES in /etc/rc.conf. Or you can start it manually by typing pccardd -f /etc/defaults/pccard.conf SLM I have FreeBSD installed on a laptop, but I am having trouble with setting up networking. ifconfig does not show the PCMCIA NIC (3Com 10/100, pretty

Re: Will my friend's computer work with FreeBSD?

2005-01-14 Thread Stephen L. Martin
On Fri, Jan 14, 2005 at 09:43:35PM -0600, Chris wrote: Hi, The computer of my friend has the following specs: Motherboard: Asus A7V8x-x, chipset VIA-KT400, with onboard sound, LAN, ATA133, USB Graphics card: Nvidia GeForce4 MX440SE with TV-out Modem: acorp-56K Printer: OKI

Re: Any way to get an audio representation of packet flow?

2005-01-25 Thread Stephen L. Martin
You could do this with a small Perl script: tcpdump -nl icmp | perl -e '$|;while(){print \a;}' This will give you a beep on your PC speaker every time it sees an ICMP packet. Hope this helps. -Stephen On Tue, Jan 25, 2005 at 04:04:05AM -0500, Doug Lee wrote: Ok, this may be odd to many, but

Re: Any way to get an audio representation of packet flow?

2005-01-25 Thread Stephen L. Martin
D'oh...should be: tcpdump -nl icmp |perl -e '$|=1;while(){print \a;}' -Stephen On Tue, Jan 25, 2005 at 02:43:36PM -0500, Stephen L. Martin wrote: You could do this with a small Perl script: tcpdump -nl icmp | perl -e '$|;while(){print \a;}' This will give you a beep on your PC speaker

Re: Any way to get an audio representation of packet flow?

2005-01-25 Thread Stephen L. Martin
On Tue, Jan 25, 2005 at 08:09:41PM +, markzero wrote: D'oh...should be: tcpdump -nl icmp |perl -e '$|=1;while(){print \a;}' -Stephen Great stuff. I can see some exciting things emerging upon piping this into pure data! http://www-crca.ucsd.edu/~msp/software.html Perhaps

RE: problem with 2 nics in same box

2004-01-03 Thread Stephen L Martin
Hi Scott, I am using Snort and a few other tools to decide which I'd like best. Here's the thing about Lowell's comment on Bridging. Is this necessary in this case? It certainly isn't necessary...it is an option. I don't want the interface without an IP to EVER transmit outbound. A

nvidia driver install-unable to read seeprom

2004-11-18 Thread Stephen L. Martin
Hello, I am trying to install the nvidia-driver (1.0.6113_2) on 5.3-RELEASE. The installation fails and locks the computer, what looks like, right at the end. This is what happens: Install -o root -g wheel -m 555 nvidia.ko /boot/modules kldxref /boot/modules === lib === lib/GL ===

Re: nvidia driver install-unable to read seeprom

2004-11-20 Thread Stephen L. Martin
On Thu, Nov 18, 2004 at 11:33:10PM -0500, Louis LeBlanc wrote: On 11/18/04 10:42 PM, Stephen L. Martin sat at the `puter and typed: Hello, I am trying to install the nvidia-driver (1.0.6113_2) on 5.3-RELEASE. The installation fails and locks the computer, what looks like, right

Re: Setting IMAPd MAILDIR?

2005-01-02 Thread Stephen L. Martin
On Sun, Jan 02, 2005 at 03:47:37AM -0800, Leonard Chung wrote: Hi there, I recently upgraded courier-imap using portupgrade, and I've noticed that it no longer uses the proper maildir directory (./Maildir), but rather just the user home directory. This seems to have to do with the change