maxsize of a file

2003-01-03 Thread Jan Blomqvist
Hi! how big can a file be in freebsd 4.1, cause i have problem with a database file wich is very large 1,5-2Gb, now you can,t list the file or move or copy, but it exist on disc cause the database can read data from it.Any idea ??? regards /Jan Blomnqvist To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL

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2003-01-03 Thread andreas
Dear FreeBSD-Team, I have a problem and I hope you can help. I will install the RouteServerDaemon on FreeBSD and I need SNMPI, a program for analyzing the MIBs. My problem is that there is no version for FreeBSD and I hope you can help me! Thanks! Andreas To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL

Re: Shell guru needed.

2003-01-03 Thread Dirk-Willem van Gulik
Try any unix primer or man find or find /my/unorganized/dir -name '*.pdf' -type f -exec echo mv {} /my/pdfs \; and pray that you do not have files with identical names. On Thu, 2 Jan 2003, mike wrote: Hey guys. heres the skinny. I have a huge library and i want to organize

RE: Quake III

2003-01-03 Thread Ruslik Ivachnenko
In /etc/rc.conf linux_enable=YES I run quake3.x86 and X server lost. Log file in attach. What port needs to be install to play in Quake III? When I did not install wrapper X server not lost. -Original Message- From: Jeff Love [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Thursday, January 02,

SOLVED: XFree86 lockfile?

2003-01-03 Thread Marcel Stangenberger
I'm afraid I don't know enough about Microsoft to give you any further information, but since you say that it happened after the DHCP lease expires, you should check your configuration files on the Microsoft machine to see if they are making any assumptions about IP addresses. You could also

Re: Procmail and Exim - Freebsd

2003-01-03 Thread Ian Watkinson
On Thu, 2003-01-02 at 23:39, Greg 'groggy' Lehey wrote: On Thursday, 2 January 2003 at 15:39:07 +, Ian Watkinson wrote: Trying to get Fetmail - Procmail - Exim working. Please don't reply to a thread with a completely different topic. Thread? Threads are in usenet, this is a mailing

Re: your mail

2003-01-03 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Fri, Jan 03, 2003 at 11:11:40AM +0100, andreas wrote: I have a problem and I hope you can help. I will install the RouteServerDaemon on FreeBSD and I need SNMPI, a program for analyzing the MIBs. My problem is that there is no version for FreeBSD and I hope you can help me! Do you mean

NFS client hang after umount -f

2003-01-03 Thread BigBrother (BigB3)
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 I was transferring a huge file (700 MB) to an nfs mounted disc and I umount -f the nfs mounted directory. After this I lost control of that pc (I was remotely administering it). The machine responds to pings and forwards packets as well, but if I try

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2003-01-03 Thread Adam Smith
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Re: upgrading to 4.7-release w/o sendmail, bind

2003-01-03 Thread Toomas Aas
Hi! NO_BIND= true NO_SENDMAIL= true Do also need to include NO_MAILWRAPPER= true? I don't think so. My mailserver running Postfix has been upgraded from 4.3 to 4.5 to 4.6 to 4.7, and I've never used NO_MAILWRAPPER. -- Toomas Aas | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://www.raad.tartu.ee/~toomas/ *

JDK13

2003-01-03 Thread Alvaro Rosales R.
HEllo guys, Im trying to install JDK 13 in my FreeBSD BOx but I cant find the src files the port asks me to fetch from SUN's website, there I can only find a linux binary and a Solarys tar.Z file. Can yoou tell me where else can I look for it? or Does anyone of you have it in an FTP server?.

Install question

2003-01-03 Thread mark pearce
Hi Is it possible to install FreeBSD on a Cobalt Cube. I have an old one with an ancient version of Linux. I think the cube has a MIPS system, it has no keyboard,mouse, screen or stiffy drive. Thanks Mark == Download ringtones, logos and picture messages at Ananzi Mobile Fun.

Re: Lots of files in a directory

2003-01-03 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2003-01-02 09:01, MikeM [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm considering setting up my server as a mirror site for the freedb.org lookup database. Unfortunately, I've seem to have run into a stumbling block. The server app requires over 250,000 files in a single directory. Each file is about 2k

Re: upgrading to 4.7-release w/o sendmail, bind

2003-01-03 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2003-01-02 00:00, Mark Fujie [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm about to attempt an upgrade of one of my servers (bind 9, postfix) from 4.6.2 - 4.7. Looking at the options in /etc/defaults/make.conf, I'm pretty sure I want to include the following in /etc/make.conf: NO_BIND= true NO_SENDMAIL=

Re: Lots of files in a directory

2003-01-03 Thread MikeM
On 1/3/03 at 6:45 AM Giorgos Keramidas wrote: |On 2003-01-02 09:01, MikeM [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: | I'm considering setting up my server as a mirror site for the freedb.org | lookup database. Unfortunately, I've seem to have run into a stumbling | block. The server app requires over 250,000

Re: Is there a way to get a MAC address from an IP address

2003-01-03 Thread Fernando Gleiser
On Thu, 2 Jan 2003, Dan Malaby wrote: Is there a way if given an IP address to get the MAC address. The problem I am having is that there are two nic's that are using the same IP address on my network, but the error message my FBSD box gives me is only the MAC address for the offending card.

Re: Quake III

2003-01-03 Thread Jeff Love
Ruslik, The X error you sent seemed to be a permissions error to '/dev/mem', an error I'm not used to seeing. I don't think /dev/mem should be world readable. It seems that X must be suid root to read this. I don't currently run Quake client, but the module you need for X is 'GLX' or 'DRI'.

Re: Shell guru needed.

2003-01-03 Thread David S. Jackson
On Thu, Jan 02, 2003 at 08:03:37PM -0500 mike [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey guys. heres the skinny. I have a huge library and i want to organize it. I want find to go through recursively, and move any pdf files it finds to a certain directory. I need an example piece of script on how i would

RE: 5.0RC2 on an iPaq IA1

2003-01-03 Thread J. Seth Henry
Don't rule out hardware problems. I have been working with 4.7R on an IA-1. The power supplies in there aren't the greatest, and I've had problems with wireless keyboards loading the units down to where they had problems booting. I would suggest you get a self-powered USB hub, and make all your

Re: command host does not check /etc/hosts.

2003-01-03 Thread Ceri Davies
On Thu, Jan 02, 2003 at 08:38:33PM -0700, Konstantin Borovik wrote: Command host does not check /etc/hosts file. Is it a bug or normal behavior? That's normal. DESCRIPTION Host looks for information about Internet hosts. It gets this informa- tion from a set of interconnected

Re: Shell guru needed.

2003-01-03 Thread David Bear
On Thu, Jan 02, 2003 at 08:03:37PM -0500, mike wrote: Hey guys. heres the skinny. I have a huge library and i want to organize it. I want find to go through recursively, and move any pdf files it finds to a certain directory. I need an example piece of script on how i would confront this. It

archos and freebsd

2003-01-03 Thread Matt Gostick
Hello, I got an Archos Jukebox Studio 20 for Christmas, and want to hook it up to my FreeBSD box. It's uses a usb cable for data transfer, and I've never had to use usb on FreeBSD before. I've done some research and the best page I could find with instructions was

Adaptec 1200A Driver?

2003-01-03 Thread G D McKee
Hi I know this card is not supported - is anyone planning on writing a driver or is the card fundamentally not compatible with FreeBSD? Many thanks Gordon To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-questions in the body of the message

Re: JDK13

2003-01-03 Thread Joseph Olatt
I believe that you need to get the source for JDK from the sun site (after agreeing to their license agreement) and then compile it using the patches provided at the following site: http://www.eyesbeyond.com/freebsddom/java/jdk13.html See above site for more info. On Fri, Jan 03, 2003 at

difs between 4.6.2 and 4.7

2003-01-03 Thread David Bear
I'm installing freebsd on a dell laptop (latituted). It only has a 6 gig drive. I guess my concern is to keep the install small both required memory and disk space. Yet, i would like to use the 'newest' version in hopes that it will have the latest kde and xfree stuff. This may be a mistake

/etc/make.conf Examples

2003-01-03 Thread Danny
Greetings, I am trying to wrap my head around the make.conf file, and I am curious to know if others have multiple /etc/make.conf files for certain situations, or just one. Could you please post your /etc/make.conf(s) and explain the contents and resulting actions of your file. Thank you! To

Re: Shell guru needed.(xargs question)

2003-01-03 Thread Danny
Could you please give another realworld example of using xargs and your definition of it. I had a glance through man xargs, but I enjoy input from humans that use it as well. :) Thanks. - Original Message - From: David S. Jackson [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: mike [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL

Updating Pico Pine

2003-01-03 Thread Danny
On a FreeBSD 4.3R major production system. Recommended steps to upgrade *without* 'portupgrade' and do you see any implications? E.g. address books, config settings, etc. Current version is 4.21. Thank you. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-questions in the

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Re: Updating Pico Pine

2003-01-03 Thread doug
man pkg_version man pkg_info man pkg_delete pkg_version -c file will produce a file containing a script with the necessary instructions. You must edit this script and then run as root. pkg_info -rR -x pine will tell you what packages require and are required by pine. Use pkg_delete and

Re: FreeBSD Stability

2003-01-03 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2003-01-02 17:41, J. Scott Edwards [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: That is impressive. I'm curious if they stayed at a particular version or if they update as new versions are available? I thought I read somewhere that FreeBSD could load a new kernel without rebooting? Nope. To Unsubscribe:

Re: Testing serial ports

2003-01-03 Thread Nathan Kinkade
On Fri, Jan 03, 2003 at 02:36:06AM -0500, Dragoncrest wrote: I've got a slight problem where I think that I've got a serial port that has failed on one of my machines. So I'm looking for the simplest way to test a serial port to see if it is in fact working. Thanks for the info.

audacity is creating (??) unwritable-by-cdrecord wave files

2003-01-03 Thread joe
As the subject says I am creating and manipulating wav files of audio tap recordings. The extent of manipulation is to join sides A B into one file and do some noise reduction cleanup, and write the file in wav format. then attempting to write the file to cd with cdrecord cdrecord -v -eject

Re: audacity is creating (??) unwritable-by-cdrecord wave files

2003-01-03 Thread paul beard
joe wrote: As the subject says I am creating and manipulating wav files of audio tap recordings. The extent of manipulation is to join sides A B into one file and do some noise reduction cleanup, and write the file in wav format. then attempting to write the file to cd with cdrecord

Re: 5.0RC2 on an iPaq IA1

2003-01-03 Thread Joshua Coombs
Mine's a white unit, no onboard ethernet. The only bus powered device I'm running right now is the aue ethernet, which I can easily dump for testing. The HD is self powered. I'd love a microdrive, but figured I had this 60GB IDE drive floating loose, and the enclosure/adapter was only $35...

Re: archos and freebsd

2003-01-03 Thread Dirk-Willem van Gulik
On his page it says to compile firewire, sbp, scbus, da and umass. I'm cvsup'ed to 4.7 stable from release and did what he said. When I try and 'mount -t msdos /dev/da0s1 /archos' I get 'Device not configured'. I take it you've seen /sys/dev/firewire/00README ? Perhaps you want to do a

Re: Bug, show-stopper or hardware?! (please CC me in reply)

2003-01-03 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Peter Leftwich [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Could this be a Gnome issue (my lib-bonobo-activation-server or something is busted so I run Gnome and Sawfish without a panel at the bottom, middle clicking to open apps and creating new launchers when I need to run an application :) Or does this

Re: maxsize of a file

2003-01-03 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Jan Blomqvist [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: how big can a file be in freebsd 4.1, cause i have problem with a database file wich is very large 1,5-2Gb, now you can,t list the file or move or copy, but it exist on disc cause the database can read data from it.Any idea ??? Multi-terabyte files are

Re: archos and freebsd

2003-01-03 Thread Gary Jennejohn
Matt Gostick writes: Hello, I got an Archos Jukebox Studio 20 for Christmas, and want to hook it up to my FreeBSD box. It's uses a usb cable for data transfer, and I've never had to use usb on FreeBSD before. I've done some research and the best page I could find with instructions was

drive errors?

2003-01-03 Thread Bryce Newall
Hi all, Just looking for a second opinion... does this look like my hard drive is on its way to a slow (and possibly painful) death? Thanks! Jan 3 10:52:39 cosmos /kernel: swap_pager: indefinite wait buffer: device: #da/0x20001, blkno: 648, size: 4096 Jan 3 10:53:21 cosmos /kernel:

ipfw dummynet port ip priority

2003-01-03 Thread Kevin S. Brackett
I've looked around the achieves but I couldn't find anything that really explained how this was done: anyone have any examples for: 1, priority to port 22? 2, priority to ip 192.168.0.3? thanks, - kevin PS: please CC: me :) To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe

Re: Shell guru needed.(xargs question)

2003-01-03 Thread David S. Jackson
On Fri, Jan 03, 2003 at 10:55:09AM -0500 Danny [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Could you please give another realworld example of using xargs and your definition of it. I had a glance through man xargs, but I enjoy input from humans that use it as well. :) Xargs is pretty neat. You have to remember

Disable Mozilla profile

2003-01-03 Thread Adam Stroud
Does anyone know how to disable the profile in Mozilla? I have tried re-building the port with the --disable-profile option, but profiles are still active. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-questions in the body of the message

incoming bandwidth limiting using ipfilter

2003-01-03 Thread Hari Bhaskaran
Hi, Is there a way to limit incoming traffic (bandwidth) using ipfilter/ipfw or any such software tool?. I am running a mail server and I pay per GB transfered. If I have my ISP do the limiting, they charge extra $$ for it. I know I can limit incoming mail size via the mail server. But still

Re: incoming bandwidth limiting using ipfilter

2003-01-03 Thread randall ehren
Is there a way to limit incoming traffic (bandwidth) using ipfilter/ipfw or any such software tool?. I am running a mail server and I pay per GB transfered. If I have my ISP do the limiting, they charge extra $$ for it. I know I can limit incoming mail size via the mail server. But still

RE: incoming bandwidth limiting using ipfilter

2003-01-03 Thread charles pelletier
ipfilter won't allow you to limit bandwidth, ipfw will. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf Of Hari Bhaskaran Sent: Friday, January 03, 2003 2:36 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: incoming bandwidth limiting using ipfilter Hi, Is there a way

Re: incoming bandwidth limiting using ipfilter

2003-01-03 Thread Murat Bicer
Is there anything that limits us from using ipfilter on top of this ipfw b/w control? Is there a way to limit incoming traffic (bandwidth) using ipfilter/ipfw or any such software tool?. you'll want to lookup information on dummynet: http://info.iet.unipi.it/~luigi/ip_dummynet/ you can use

Re: incoming bandwidth limiting using ipfilter

2003-01-03 Thread randall ehren
Is there anything that limits us from using ipfilter on top of this ipfw b/w control? doesn't appear so... from http://home.earthlink.net/~jaymzh666/ipf/IPFfreebsd.html#12: IPF and IPFW both have features I want to use, must I choose between them? No. You can run them both on a single

Driver for DVD-RAM

2003-01-03 Thread Lee_Shackelford
Greetings fellow BSD enthusiast. Can you let me know how to persue the following question, in the event that it has already been posted and answered. I am interested in attaching a DVD-RAM drive to an Intel computer with FreeBSD operating system. The computer has a S.C.S.I. board, and

Re: incoming bandwidth limiting using ipfilter

2003-01-03 Thread Avleen Vig
On Fri, 3 Jan 2003, Murat Bicer wrote: Is there anything that limits us from using ipfilter on top of this ipfw b/w control? Darren Reed, the owner of IPF is probably in the best position to answer that question. I posed it a week ot two ago on the ipf mailing list.. I'm waiting for a reply,

Re: incoming bandwidth limiting using ipfilter

2003-01-03 Thread Hari Bhaskaran
On Fri, Jan 03, 2003 at 12:39:52PM -0800, randall ehren wrote: you'll want to lookup information on dummynet: http://info.iet.unipi.it/~luigi/ip_dummynet/ Does anyone know any hardware (of the size of a regular home DSL router) that can give me a simple limit of X bps for two IP addresses. I

Re: YP/NIS timeout.

2003-01-03 Thread lewiz
On Wed, Jan 01, 2003 at 08:29:58PM -0600, Dan Nelson wrote: In the last episode (Jan 01), lewiz said: At the login: prompt I enter my username (lewiz), hit return and get nothing for a while until: yp_order: clnt_call: RPC: Timed out Hit ^T during the pause and find out what program is

Re: Disable Mozilla profile

2003-01-03 Thread Lee Harr
I once suggested on bugzilla that there ought to be a -never-ever-show-the-profile-manager option when starting mozilla, but I don't think it went over very well. Here is the (fairly active) bug, relating to mozilla opening a new window when it is already running and its icon is clicked again:

Re: incoming bandwidth limiting using ipfilter

2003-01-03 Thread randall ehren
Does anyone know any hardware (of the size of a regular home DSL router) that can give me a simple limit of X bps for two IP addresses. I am running out of time and removing ipfilter (which I use now) and adding ipfw, learning dummynet and then figuring out will take time (at least 5 days

Re: incoming bandwidth limiting using ipfilter

2003-01-03 Thread randall ehren
Is there anything that limits us from using ipfilter on top of this ipfw b/w control? Darren Reed, the owner of IPF is probably in the best position to answer that question. I posed it a week ot two ago on the ipf mailing list.. I'm waiting for a reply, not sure if it was seen amongst the

Re: archos and freebsd

2003-01-03 Thread Matt Gostick
Okay - I added a couple more things to my kernel config file - but for all I know they have nothing to do with getting what I want. From what I've read, this is just supposed to work. I feel like I'm taking shots in the dark trying different kernel configs, etc. I did read the

RE: incoming bandwidth limiting using ipfilter

2003-01-03 Thread Daniel Goepp
Here is another article that summarizes what you need to do, it's pretty straight forward really. I just did this recently on my server, and it appears to work like a charm so far. http://www.onlamp.com/pub/a/bsd/2001/07/26/Big_Scary_Daemons.html Peace. -Daniel -Original Message-

Installing FreeBSD 4.7

2003-01-03 Thread Ying Shi
Dear Sir, I'm trying to install FreeBSD 4.7 onto a device. It's a PIII-1.2GHz with 1024 megs of memory, two-drive RAID supported by Promise FastTrak100. I can boot the Kernel floppy and MFS root floppy with no problem. After all the conflicts had been resolved, /stand/sysinstall Main Menu was

Re: Disable Mozilla profile

2003-01-03 Thread Adam Stroud
Thanks for the reply, I am seeing the profile manager when I try to open a second instance of Mozilla. I cant open another instance until I create another profile. I understand that these profiles can be useful, but they can also be a sole reason not to use Mozilla. To Unsubscribe: send mail

Re: incoming bandwidth limiting using ipfilter

2003-01-03 Thread Hari Bhaskaran
Hari: I think you are going to find that rate-limiting at the box won't provide any fiscal relief. The packets have already traversed your ISP's interface where the accounting is taking place. Mike That's bad. But if the machine doesn't accept more than N packets/sec, why would the ISP

Re: incoming bandwidth limiting using ipfilter

2003-01-03 Thread Avleen Vig
On Fri, 3 Jan 2003, randall ehren wrote: Darren could you answer this question please? Maybe we could get Phil to add the answer to the FAQ. http://www.google.com/search?q=ipfilter+ipfw+together -- http://false.net/ipfilter/2000_02/0407.html This is what we settled with eventually, but

RE: incoming bandwidth limiting using ipfilter

2003-01-03 Thread Daniel Goepp
The question is, are they charging you for total bandwidth used, or some real time rate limit? When you use bandwidth shaping, you can reduce your rate, but that will just spread things out. So if they are charging you for total bytes moved, then you would have to do some math to figure out what

Re: incoming bandwidth limiting using ipfilter

2003-01-03 Thread randall ehren
http://www.google.com/search?q=ipfilter+ipfw+together -- http://false.net/ipfilter/2000_02/0407.html This is what we settled with eventually, but the processing order for packets when you're using both IPF and IPFW plus ipnat is seriously f*rked. not to stray too far, but if IPFW is set

Re: incoming bandwidth limiting using ipfilter

2003-01-03 Thread Konstantin Borovik
May be /usr/ports/sysutils/ipa is the answer to your problem. Quote from port description: ipa(8) allows to make IP accounting (network accounting) based on FreeBSD IPv4/v6 Firewall (including IPFW2), OpenBSD Packet Filter and IP Filter accounting rules on FreeBSD, NetBSD and OpenBSD. It

4.7 release with shuttle s40g xpc

2003-01-03 Thread jay
hello, does anyone have freebsd working with a shuttle s40g xpc? at random times, under heavy disk access, i will get either a bus error or kernel panic and the machine will restart itself. errors i've seen are things like: panicstr: softdep_lock: locking against myself vm_page_unwire: invalid

Re: incoming bandwidth limiting using ipfilter

2003-01-03 Thread Avleen Vig
On Fri, 3 Jan 2003, randall ehren wrote: not to stray too far, but if IPFW is set to allow all incoming packets and is only used for shaping, and you have ipfilter handling nat, then it seems it would just be: network card -- IPFW (traffic shape) -- IPF (filter+nat) -- userland i guess an

Re: Driver for DVD-RAM

2003-01-03 Thread Bill Moran
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Greetings fellow BSD enthusiast. Can you let me know how to persue the following question, in the event that it has already been posted and answered. I am interested in attaching a DVD-RAM drive to an Intel computer with FreeBSD operating system. The computer has a

FreeBSD Handbook NIS/YP Instructions

2003-01-03 Thread Adam Stroud
I am tryin to setup a NIS/YP domain. I just get done reading that chapter in the FreeBSD handbook and I just have a quick question. Since NIS uses RPC, do I need to configure inetd.conf to allow RPC on the NIS server and clients? The handbook does not make any mention of editing the

How to get best results from FreeBSD-questions

2003-01-03 Thread Greg Lehey
How to get the best results from FreeBSD questions. === Last update 3 September 1999 This is a regular posting to the FreeBSD questions mailing list. If you got it in answer to a message you sent, it means that the sender thinks that at least one

The Complete FreeBSD, second edition: errata and addenda

2003-01-03 Thread Greg Lehey
Errata and addenda for the Complete FreeBSD, second edition Last revision: 21 June 1999 The trouble with books is that you can't update them the way you can a web page or any other online documentation. The result is that most leading edge

The Complete FreeBSD, third edition: errata and addenda

2003-01-03 Thread Greg Lehey
Errata and addenda for the Complete FreeBSD, third edition Last revision: 2 August 1999 The trouble with books is that you can't update them the way you can a web page or any other online documentation. The result is that most leading edge

Re: SOLVED: XFree86 lockfile?

2003-01-03 Thread Greg 'groggy' Lehey
On Friday, 3 January 2003 at 11:11:13 +0100, Marcel Stangenberger wrote: I'm afraid I don't know enough about Microsoft to give you any further information, but since you say that it happened after the DHCP lease expires, you should check your configuration files on the Microsoft machine to

Re: Procmail and Exim - Freebsd

2003-01-03 Thread Greg 'groggy' Lehey
On Friday, 3 January 2003 at 10:10:56 +, Ian Watkinson wrote: On Thu, 2003-01-02 at 23:39, Greg 'groggy' Lehey wrote: On Thursday, 2 January 2003 at 15:39:07 +, Ian Watkinson wrote: Trying to get Fetmail - Procmail - Exim working. Please don't reply to a thread with a completely

Re: Disable Mozilla profile

2003-01-03 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Jan 03), Adam Stroud said: Thanks for the reply, I am seeing the profile manager when I try to open a second instance of Mozilla. I cant open another instance until I create another profile. I understand that these profiles can be useful, but they can also be a sole

Re: Updating Pico Pine

2003-01-03 Thread Warren Block
On Fri, 3 Jan 2003, Danny wrote: On a FreeBSD 4.3R major production system. Recommended steps to upgrade *without* 'portupgrade' and do you see any implications? E.g. address books, config settings, etc. Current version is 4.21. I just upgraded to 4.51. My dependencies were all messed up,

Re: Updating Pico Pine

2003-01-03 Thread Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P.
From: Danny [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, January 03, 2003 9:59 AM Subject: Updating Pico Pine Danny wrote: On a FreeBSD 4.3R major production system. Recommended steps to upgrade *without* 'portupgrade' and do you see any implications? E.g. address books,

Re: Adaptec 1200A Driver?

2003-01-03 Thread Justin T. Gibbs
Hi I know this card is not supported - is anyone planning on writing a driver or is the card fundamentally not compatible with FreeBSD? The 1200A is an Adaptec branded HighPoint controller. As such, I believe that Soren's HighPoint driver should drive it. -- Justin To Unsubscribe: send

Re: FreeBSD Handbook NIS/YP Instructions

2003-01-03 Thread Bill Moran
From: Adam Stroud [EMAIL PROTECTED] Since NIS uses RPC, do I need to configure inetd.conf to allow RPC on the NIS server and clients? The handbook does not make any mention of editing the inetd.conf file. inetd doesn't handle RPC. Use the rc.conf settings suggested in the tutorial and the

realplayer8

2003-01-03 Thread T. Green
help ! i am trying to install realplayer 8 no freebsd ver 4.7 using netscape 7.01. i need to know what file go's where. thank you To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-questions in the body of the message

Re: Redirecting root's email

2003-01-03 Thread Konstantin Borovik
MDeferred: Operation timed out with localhost.visimation.com. For some reason sendmail tries to contact localhost.visimation.com What is the result of command host visimation.com on your box? Can you check /var/log/maillog file for error messages? To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL

Redirecting root's email

2003-01-03 Thread Adam Lofstedt
I am having trouble redirecting root's email to an external email account. This is a 4.7-Release box with not very modifications done to the standard installation. I have tried creating a .forward file and placing it in /root with my external email address in the file. No luck. I tried editing

Re: FreeBSD Handbook NIS/YP Instructions

2003-01-03 Thread Mike Hogsett
portmap is also required for NIS. - Mike From: Adam Stroud [EMAIL PROTECTED] Since NIS uses RPC, do I need to configure inetd.conf to allow RPC on the NIS server and clients? The handbook does not make any mention of editing the inetd.conf file. inetd doesn't handle RPC. Use the

ppp on freebsd 4.7 - disable ccp?

2003-01-03 Thread Lauri Ahonen
If I'm reading this logfile right trying to negotiate compression levels kills my connection. I got the connection working on windows by disabling software compression. Dns is static, so it's defined in resolv.conf. No ipv6 thank you (This is a GPRS connection, that's why the odd dial-in number

iomega usb zip 100

2003-01-03 Thread Ted
Dear FreeBSDers, I've tried using the mount command to mount my USB Iomega Zip 100 drive but have failed. Upon boot w/ the device plugged into the pc, the kernal recognizes it as umass0 but on the very next line it states that Get Lun (stalled). How do I mount a USB Iomega Zip 100 drive under

Re: ppp on freebsd 4.7 - disable ccp?

2003-01-03 Thread Matthew Emmerton
- Original Message - From: Lauri Ahonen [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, January 03, 2003 9:06 PM Subject: ppp on freebsd 4.7 - disable ccp? If I'm reading this logfile right trying to negotiate compression levels kills my connection. I got the connection working

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Re: ppp on freebsd 4.7 - disable ccp?

2003-01-03 Thread Lauri Ahonen
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Re: Disable Mozilla profile

2003-01-03 Thread Lee Harr
Thanks for the reply, I am seeing the profile manager when I try to open a second instance of Mozilla. I cant open another instance until I create another profile. I understand that these profiles can be useful, but they can also be a sole reason not to use Mozilla. If it is just you, maybe

Softer crash a show-interrupter only (please CC me in reply)

2003-01-03 Thread Peter Leftwich
[Please CC me in your reply] Well, Gnome/Galeon/GAIM/xterm crashed again; the windows all lost their borders and this time thankfully all I could do was Ctrl-Alt-F1 to the console again and Ctrl-Z to the startx process running. I then hit ScrollLock a number of times and copied and pasted the

Re: FreeBSD Stability

2003-01-03 Thread Philip Hallstrom
On Thu, Jan 02, 2003 at 06:09:11PM -0600, Dave Uhring said: You do realize, I hope, that Linux and Solaris roll over their uptimes at something like 492 days. from http://uptime.netcraft.com/up/accuracy.html#whichos -- Additionally HP-UX, Linux, Solaris and recent releases of FreeBSD

Re: Spontaneous 4.7-S reboots when using a Serial over USB adapter

2003-01-03 Thread William E Reid
I have noticed that if I disconnect the serial port from my usb to serial adapter and leave the dongle in(Aten International Serial adapter, SiS 5571 usb controller), my machine will reset as soon as I [Attempt to] send data from the usb side. So maybe you are losing carrier signal sometime

Re: FreeBSD Stability

2003-01-03 Thread Matthew Whelan
On Fri, 3 Jan 2003 10:05:05 -0800 (PST) Philip Hallstrom [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 26 www.cravath.com 102 ok892 939 940 Solaris 8 Apache/1.3.27 (Unix) PHP/4.2.3 That's certainly more than 492 days... so even if they do reboot, netcraft is ignoring it or accomodating it seems

[resolution] Re: sendmail (Re: 5.0-RC2 informal PR: 90 sec sendmail delay)

2003-01-03 Thread Gary W. Swearingen
(cc'd to -questions, where I first post my problem, with no luck) Valentin Nechayev [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I fix it with: define(`confDIRECT_SUBMISSION_MODIFIERS',`CC u')dnl For now I has no such problem at my home machine. Yes, this solution isn't intuitive. Thanks. I tried that and

Re: [resolution] Re: sendmail (Re: 5.0-RC2 informal PR: 90 sec sendmail delay)

2003-01-03 Thread Terry Lambert
Gary W. Swearingen wrote: Thanks. I tried that and some other things (eg service.switch). Even read the book and help files some more. Terry's suggestion regarding expensive seemed like the opposite of what I needed (I was trying to keep the msg out of the queues) and I had no luck trying

Re: Here are the logs...Re: qmail toaster wont deliver to v mailboxes

2003-01-03 Thread Brian Jackson
On Monday, December 30, 2002, at 09:52 PM, Keith Spencer wrote: Typical whinges to log when trying to deliver to a shell account user...At least it thinks the account exists! Dec 31 00:00:00 smmcroute newsyslog[34616]: logfile turned over Dec 31 00:00:03 smmcroute mail: 1041256803.908619

Re: how can I filter on subject with sendmail 8.12.6?

2003-01-03 Thread Andrew Prewett
On Jan 3 Fuzzy wrote: we're having a problem with some cracker using addresses harvested from whois and the abuse/www/webmaster with domains they get from the database. The mail appears to come from us but it cannot as the addresses are oneway incoming only. the subject is always XXX

Re: how can I filter on subject with sendmail 8.12.6?

2003-01-03 Thread Mark
- Original Message - From: Fuzzy [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Saturday, January 04, 2003 2:48 AM Subject: how can I filter on subject with sendmail 8.12.6? we're having a problem with some cracker using addresses harvested from whois and the abuse/www/webmaster with

Re: Softer crash a show-interrupter only (please CC me in reply)

2003-01-03 Thread Andreas Ntaflos
On Fri, Jan 03, 2003 at 06:42:42PM -0800, Peter Leftwich wrote: [Please CC me in your reply] Can anything be gathered from the attached sysconsole messages? Oh, also, is there a tcsh command line I can run that will tee messages both to the console and to a file, such as `startx 2

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