vmware under FreeBSD4.7

2003-01-27 Thread Axel Gruner
Hi. I just installed VMWare 2 under FreeBSD 4.7. The last time i used VMWare was with FreeBSD 4.5 and it run very well. So, installing is not the problem, starting vmware is also ok, but if i try to start a virtual machine, X hangs. After a few seconds the freebsd box is rebooting. What could be

FreeBSD-5.0 xl0 problem

2003-01-27 Thread Roman
I currently installed FreeBSD-5.0 and having problem configuring xl card. Dmesg shows that kernel picks it up: xl0: 3Com 3c905B-TX Fast Etherlink XL port 0xe400-0xe47f mem 0xe000-0xe07f irq 11 at device 9.0 on pci0 xl0: Ethernet address: 00:50:da:7d:f1:c3 after i do ifconfig xl0 up it

Re: vmware under FreeBSD4.7

2003-01-27 Thread Joe Marcus Clarke
On Mon, 2003-01-27 at 03:15, Axel Gruner wrote: Hi. I just installed VMWare 2 under FreeBSD 4.7. The last time i used VMWare was with FreeBSD 4.5 and it run very well. So, installing is not the problem, starting vmware is also ok, but if i try to start a virtual machine, X hangs. After a

Re: make buildworld

2003-01-27 Thread Voicu Liviu
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Sunday 26 January 2003 14:14, Giorgos Keramidas wrote: On 2003-01-26 09:40, Voicu Liviu [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sunday 26 January 2003 09:40, Giorgos Keramidas wrote: On 2003-01-26 09:16, Voicu Liviu [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ok folks,

Re: configuring AsanteGigianix1000TA

2003-01-27 Thread Jon Reynolds
On Sun, 2003-01-26 at 21:36, Jon Reynolds wrote: I have an Asante Giganix 1000TA card that I am having problems getting to work maybe I have missed something. I found in the LINT kernel the reference for 'nge0' wwhich is supposes to be for my card. I copied it into my new kernel that I was

Tunnel

2003-01-27 Thread budsz
Hi, I've tried some tunnel in FreeBSD box, I started with this URL : http://www.ezunix.org/modules.php?op=modloadname=Sectionsfile=indexreq=viewarticleartid=5page=1 I've two interface in that machine 'wi0' and 'xl0', wi0 link to my IPS and xl0 link for my local net. My ifconfig output look like:

disconnecting box

2003-01-27 Thread Wayne Swart
Hi everyone I have a freebsd 4.7 box that keeps disconnecting for no reason. It simply just disconnects from the internet and if i do a ifconfig dc0 down and then ifconfig dc0 up, it comes back up again i have tried 3 different network cards. if i use a 10mbit card it doesn't happen, but on a

Re: Perl gurus??

2003-01-27 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Jan 27, 2003 at 08:54:06AM +0300, Odhiambo Washington wrote: I have FreeBSD 5.0-RELEASE (was 4.7-STABLE) but even then, running CPAN would give the following barf: beastie% sudo perl -MCPAN -e shell Use of uninitialized value in bitwise and () at (eval 220) line 1. Use of

mozilla build port hangs at /usr/bin/sed

2003-01-27 Thread Pascal Giannakakis
Hi, i can't build mozilla from ports on FreeBSD 4.7-STABLE. It hangs at this point: /usr/bin/sed -e s|%%PREFIX%%|/usr/X11R6|g -e s|%%MOZILLA%%|mozilla|g /usr/ports/www/mozilla/files/mozilla.sh /usr/ports/www/mozilla/work/mozilla/mozilla (cd

mounting ntfs drive fails

2003-01-27 Thread Didier Wiroth
Hey, I have a primary master disk drive which has winxp installed and is ad0s1 My secondary slave drive is ad2: a) ad2s1 slice is a ntfs partition and b) ad2s2a-f is freebsd! I can mount without problems the ntfs slice ad2s1 When I try to mount my primary master which has xp installed I get the

FreeBSD IPSEC tunnel stoped working.

2003-01-27 Thread Peter Haight
I had a FreeBSD IPSEC tunnel set up between two machines that stopped working when I upgraded one of the machines to a newer version of 4.7-STABLE. I'm not sure what the problem is. When I watch the packets on the outside interfaces, I see the packet go out from one host, the older (4.7-RELEASE)

Re: touchpad problems

2003-01-27 Thread Luís Vitório Cargnini
Well Matt try to take a look at /usr/src/sys/i386/conf/LINT i don't know your version of FreeBSD if it's 5.0 try NOTES, other version try LINT. Both are in same directory. Again: Use sysinstall try ps2 port, protocol auto maybe this work. Another thing is try to do moused manually (man moused),

Modem in FreeBSD-5.0 RELEASE

2003-01-27 Thread Luís Vitório Cargnini
Well like nobody answered my i'm replying myself. how i wroted before i having problems with modem at sio3. the answer that i founded: . These are the four serial ports referred to as COM1 through COM4 in the MS-DOS/Windows world. Note: If you have an internal modem on COM4 and

slightly OT: official CD tree structure

2003-01-27 Thread Igor B. Bykhalo
I'm going to burn installation CDs after make release, but i also want to put distfiles of my ports on it, just for more convenient local work. The question is: where should i place distfiles? Should it be /distfiles or ports/distfiles? TIA, Igor To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Setting up serial console!

2003-01-27 Thread Bryan Ko
Thanks Wiroth and Robin Damm for the useful links. I finally made it work after bought a new null modem cable. I really hate this happened. Now I am working on making it faster! =) Bryan Ko - Original Message - From: Wiroth Didier [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Bryan Ko [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent:

Re: configuring AsanteGigianix1000TA

2003-01-27 Thread Toomas Aas
Hi! I think I figured out my problem, I have an onboard ethernet port10/100 sis0 and when I placed the Giganix card in it uses the name nge0. Is the problem that both devices are using a '0'(e.g. sis0 nge0)? No, this is not the problem. I don't know why sysinstall won't configure the card,

how to fix a botched directory

2003-01-27 Thread David Banning
I was linking the directory /C to my windows box C drive using shlight, but now, for an unknown reason the directory is still there, but is not viewable with ls. I can not re-create it, as the system states that it exists. Here is the result of some of my commands; su-2.03# cd / su-2.03# ls -ld

Re: xhost command problem

2003-01-27 Thread David Banning
On Sat, Jan 25, 2003 at 11:16:52AM -0800, Nathan Kinkade wrote: On Sat, Jan 25, 2003 at 01:05:45PM -0500, David Banning wrote: I am trying to run an xterm remotely (over the web). I understand the IP address must be entered using the xhost command. My problem is that the xhost

Re: FreeBSD-5.0 xl0 problem

2003-01-27 Thread Matt
I currently installed FreeBSD-5.0 and having problem configuring xl card. Dmesg shows that kernel picks it up: *snip* I also use 3com's with the xl driver and I have no such issues: xl0: 3Com 3c905B-TX Fast Etherlink XL port 0xe400-0xe47f mem 0xea00- 0xea7f irq 12 at device 15.0 on

Re: disconnecting box

2003-01-27 Thread Bill Moran
Wayne Swart wrote: Hi everyone I have a freebsd 4.7 box that keeps disconnecting for no reason. It simply just disconnects from the internet and if i do a ifconfig dc0 down and then ifconfig dc0 up, it comes back up again You know, I saw this once a few years ago. The problem was a crappy NIC

Re: playing CDs as non-root user

2003-01-27 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Craig Reyenga [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: 2. I can play a music CD just fine as root, using cdcontrol, as described in the handbook. But under KDE, running as a non-root user, I cannot play music CDs. I looked at the permissions on /dev/acd0c, and they are 0640, root.operator, so an

snmp probe?

2003-01-27 Thread Kenzo
I posted this on freebsd forum but didn't get any responces, just alot people viewing it. Maybe I'm missing something or this is such a stupid question that no one want to reply. so I'll try it in here. I just installed portsentry to play with, and after 10 min of setting it on the network I get

Re: snmp probe?

2003-01-27 Thread Bill Moran
Kenzo wrote: I posted this on freebsd forum but didn't get any responces, just alot people viewing it. Maybe I'm missing something or this is such a stupid question that no one want to reply. so I'll try it in here. I just installed portsentry to play with, and after 10 min of setting it on the

freebsd as platform for video security?

2003-01-27 Thread fozekizer
My father wants to be able to watch his security cameras at his business remotely. I know it can be done...static IP, video capture, streaming video, etc...in Windoze but I DO NOT want to deal with MS at all. Does software exist for FreeBSD that would allow me to: 1. Monitor security camera

Re: snmp probe?

2003-01-27 Thread Chuck Swiger
Kenzo wrote: [ ... ] portsentry[236]: attackalert: Connect from host: 10.x.x.x/10.x.x.x to UDP port: 161 That's the snmp port. the address that it's comming from is just a workstation. Now why would a regular workstation probe me on the snmp port? A human programmed it to do so, most likely.

Re: snmp probe?

2003-01-27 Thread Kenzo
The OS is most likely win95 or win98. I'll have to go there a check. We do have some win2k comps, but I'm pretty sure that those workstations are not. Thanks, at least it gives me something. just a simple reply like that was what I was looking for. Thanks. - Original Message - From:

Re: how to fix a botched directory

2003-01-27 Thread Bill Moran
David Banning wrote: I was linking the directory /C to my windows box C drive using shlight, but now, for an unknown reason the directory is still there, but is not viewable with ls. I can not re-create it, as the system states that it exists. Here is the result of some of my commands; su-2.03#

sendmail - different smtp server

2003-01-27 Thread Khairil Yusof
Due to my ISP's smtp server not having a valid external hostname, I can only send emails to FreeBSD mailing list via yahoo's smtp server (which requires authentification). Is it possible to setup my sendmail, so that it will relay emails to yahoo's email server instead? Is editing the

Re: FreeBSD and the PowerPC

2003-01-27 Thread george donnelly
[David Kelly commented on 1/26/03 6:41 PM] On Sunday 26 January 2003 05:18 pm, Stacy Olivas wrote: Greetings.. I have a question for the list.. I have a friend who is an avid Mac freak.. Why should your MacFriend want to use FreeBSD or Linux when Darwin and MacOS X exist? maybe he

Re: freebsd as platform for video security?

2003-01-27 Thread Saint Aardvark the Carpeted
The company I work for has done something like this for a local construction company. Basically, we set up a modest (P-200, if I recall correctly, maybe 64 MB of RAM) FreeBSD machine with a webcam and a video capture card (Happauge-based, I believe) to take pictures of a site they were building.

Re: FreeBSD and the PowerPC

2003-01-27 Thread David Kelly
On Mon, Jan 27, 2003 at 11:44:08AM -0500, george donnelly wrote: [David Kelly commented on 1/26/03 6:41 PM] On Sunday 26 January 2003 05:18 pm, Stacy Olivas wrote: Greetings.. I have a question for the list.. I have a friend who is an avid Mac freak.. Why should your MacFriend

Re: FreeBSD and the PowerPC

2003-01-27 Thread John Martinez
On Monday, January 27, 2003, at 08:52 AM, David Kelly wrote: On Mon, Jan 27, 2003 at 11:44:08AM -0500, george donnelly wrote: [David Kelly commented on 1/26/03 6:41 PM] On Sunday 26 January 2003 05:18 pm, Stacy Olivas wrote: Why should your MacFriend want to use FreeBSD or Linux when

Re: FreeBSD IPSEC tunnel stoped working.

2003-01-27 Thread Steve Bertrand
Looks like the 'spi' are out of sync on the 2 machines. This is after a quick glance, but I know on my IPSec setup, (with manual keys), the spi's have to be such: Stable in spi == Release out spi Release in spi == Stable out spi Are you using racoon? If not, post your ipsec script. Steve

Re: IMAP

2003-01-27 Thread Gannater Jnos
What is this kill -HUP inetd? kill -HUP pid is the standard command to reload a daemon in Unix. Replacing the 'pid' with the process id number of the daemon in question (listed when you do a 'ps aux') will force the daemon to reload it's configuration. My problem is that the ps aux

Re: IPFW and DHCPD

2003-01-27 Thread Steve Bertrand
$cmd allow 00010 udp from any to me 67 in via $iif $cmd allow 00020 udp from me 68 to any out via $iif Assuming that $iif is your interface and that dhcpd is running on the dhcpd server. Steve Warren Block wrote: Can someone post a set of ipfw rules to allow DHCP to work on the inside

Re: IMAP

2003-01-27 Thread Bill Moran
Gannater Jnos wrote: What is this kill -HUP inetd? kill -HUP pid is the standard command to reload a daemon in Unix. Replacing the 'pid' with the process id number of the daemon in question (listed when you do a 'ps aux') will force the daemon to reload it's configuration. My problem is that

Re[2]: IMAP

2003-01-27 Thread Ben Williams
Monday, January 27, 2003, 12:32:29 PM, you wrote: What is this kill -HUP inetd? kill -HUP pid is the standard command to reload a daemon in Unix. GJ Replacing the 'pid' with the process id number of the daemon in question (listed GJ when you do a 'ps aux') will force the daemon to reload

Matrox support for XFree86 on FreeBSD

2003-01-27 Thread local.freebsd.questions
Yesterday while upgrading XFree86-Server from ports I saw the following, which I can't recall seeing before: Define WITH_MATROX_GXX_DRIVER to include Matrox's extra HALLIB binary driver

A question about umask, groups and classes

2003-01-27 Thread Phillip Smith
Hi there, What I'm trying to accomplish is - to have a group of users called 'developers' - read/write access to all files created by any member of that group I believe in the past I've accomplished this via a umask of 002, but I don't recall where I put that to have it

How to set-up two 'defaultrouter' IPs?

2003-01-27 Thread Phillip Smith (mailing list)
To create a somewhat redundant network connection, my friend has connected to business level ADSL connections at his home (32 IPs each). So, he has two routers, on two different networks (ATT/UUNET) and what he's doing is multi-homing his NIC cards and via some interesting DNS set-up,

Re: freebsd as platform for video security?

2003-01-27 Thread Mike Meyer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed: My father wants to be able to watch his security cameras at his business remotely. I know it can be done...static IP, video capture, streaming video, etc...in Windoze but I DO NOT want to deal with MS at all. Does software exist for FreeBSD

Re: IMAP

2003-01-27 Thread Saint Aardvark the Carpeted
Gannater J?nos disturbed my sleep to write: How can I check IMAP or POP3 is really listening? Other folks have mentioned sockstat; another method is just to try telnetting to port 110 in the case of POP3 (haven't worked with IMAP before, so not sure if this works with it). If you get a banner

Re: Which files and directories to backup?

2003-01-27 Thread Mike Meyer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Francisco Reyes [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed: On Sun, 26 Jan 2003, Mike Meyer wrote: It's a bad idea to exclude fstab. Why? At one point I had it included and it actually clobered a working one and just caused much more headaches. Because fstab tells you which disks are

Re: playing CDs as non-root user

2003-01-27 Thread Mike Meyer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Anand Buddhdev [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed: I've got my FreeBSD system setup with KDE and sound. I have 2 questions: 1. I got sound to work simply by doing kldload snd but then I did kldstat and saw that all available sound modules had been loaded. I thought that was

Re: Which files and directories to backup?

2003-01-27 Thread Francisco Reyes
On Mon, 27 Jan 2003, Mike Meyer wrote: Other files won't create as much headaches as fstab if copied over by mistake. Oh yeah? What about rc.conf? Your firewall config, if any? password? Seems like they *all* create nasty headaches if copied over by mistake. The solution to that problem

Re: 4.7-stable won't boot on Asus P2B-DS board :-((

2003-01-27 Thread Steve Passe
Hi, An Asus P2B-DS board, with the latest bios (1013), 2 P-II processors, And IDE harddisk and DVD-drive that loads a freebsd iso CD, and 512 Megs of RAM that count correctly won't boot 4.7-Stable. ... Whatever kind of kernel configuration I try to boot, it hangs after detecting devices.

Re: Which files and directories to backup?

2003-01-27 Thread Mike Meyer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Francisco Reyes [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed: On Mon, 27 Jan 2003, Mike Meyer wrote: Other files won't create as much headaches as fstab if copied over by mistake. Oh yeah? What about rc.conf? Your firewall config, if any? password? Seems like they *all* create

Re: configuring AsanteGigianix1000TA

2003-01-27 Thread Jon Reynolds
On Mon, 2003-01-27 at 04:10, Toomas Aas wrote: Hi! I think I figured out my problem, I have an onboard ethernet port10/100 sis0 and when I placed the Giganix card in it uses the name nge0. Is the problem that both devices are using a '0'(e.g. sis0 nge0)? No, this is not the problem.

Re: Which files and directories to backup?

2003-01-27 Thread Paul Hoffman
At 8:16 PM -0500 1/26/03, Francisco Reyes wrote: On Sun, 26 Jan 2003, Mike Meyer wrote: It's a bad idea to exclude fstab. Why? At one point I had it included and it actually clobered a working one and just caused much more headaches. You should still back it up; you just need to be more

Re: trouble brewing over the UNIX thing again...

2003-01-27 Thread Gary W. Swearingen
Bill Moran [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Greg 'groggy' Lehey wrote: I'm more inclined to think that these are different parts of the same company who don't (didn't) know about the other part. Another strong possibility. Happens all the time. Not this time. The reports are quoting the CEO

XF86 crash

2003-01-27 Thread Nathan Hackett
Is anyone out there using an ATI radeon 8500 graphics card? I just cvsup'd the latest ports tree and built a fresh build of the XFree86-4 port. then I run [root]XFree86 -configure [root]XFree86 -xf86config /root/xf86config.new and I get a floating point exception. Here is the contents of

XF86 crash

2003-01-27 Thread Nathan Hackett
Is anyone out there using an ATI radeon 8500 graphics card? I just cvsup'd the latest ports tree and built a fresh build of the XFree86-4 port. then I run [root]XFree86 -configure [root]XFree86 -xf86config /root/xf86config.new and I get a floating point exception. Here is the contents of the

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Make buildworld dies in /usr/src/gnu/usr.bin/texinfo

2003-01-27 Thread Eric Buchanan
Hello, My make buildworld keeps failing in /usr/src/gnu/usr.bin/texinfo. This desktop has been updated with cvsup and make worlds since 4.1-Release with very few problems until today. Thank you in advance! Eric Buchanan This was what was printed out when it stopped:

Re: Make buildworld dies in /usr/src/gnu/usr.bin/texinfo

2003-01-27 Thread Kent Stewart
On Monday 27 January 2003 12:47 pm, Eric Buchanan wrote: Hello, My make buildworld keeps failing in /usr/src/gnu/usr.bin/texinfo. This desktop has been updated with cvsup and make worlds since 4.1-Release with very few problems until today. I didn't try a build today. I didn't have any

Re: Matrox support for XFree86 on FreeBSD

2003-01-27 Thread Gary Jennejohn
local.freebsd.questions writes: Define WITH_MATROX_GXX_DRIVER to include Matrox's extra HALLIB binary driver And indeed it then pulled down drivers from the Matrox site and I

Re: Make buildworld dies in /usr/src/gnu/usr.bin/texinfo

2003-01-27 Thread Eric Buchanan
Hello, I am sorry for inadvertenly posting this message to freebsd-questions as well. Last night I cvsuped src and ports, and this is the output of uname: FreeBSD host1.my.domain 4.7-STABLE FreeBSD 4.7-STABLE #5: Sun Nov 17 15:27:34 PST 2002 root@:/backup/src/sys/compile/MYKERNEL i386 thank you,

ldconfig question

2003-01-27 Thread Daniel Goepp
Something odd here just started happening. I realize the ldconfig is run on startup to rebuild the library list. And some ports have to add their lib path to this list, for example mysql. Well, now, everytime I reboot, mysql is getting cleaned out of this list. I haven't noticed this before,

Silly Question - Fbsd + Win 3.1

2003-01-27 Thread Paul Miller
Everyone, Will fbsd + Win 3.1 coexist? I know that you're probably asking why (I'm asking this myself) but I may need to do it anyway. I've searched the online doc's/archives and can't find reference to it (earliest Win OS mention is win95). Any pointers / assistance would be appreciated.

Caching nameserver question - I need a spot here . . .

2003-01-27 Thread Louis LeBlanc
Hey all. I'm finally getting around to setting up a caching dns server. Pretty confusing from my angle. Here's what I have so far: named enaabled in /etc/rc.conf cd to /etc/namedb and run sh make-localhost and the following in /etc/namedb/named.conf: options { directory /etc/namedb;

Re: Make buildworld dies in /usr/src/gnu/usr.bin/texinfo

2003-01-27 Thread Kent Stewart
On Monday 27 January 2003 01:16 pm, Eric Buchanan wrote: Hello, I am sorry for inadvertenly posting this message to freebsd-questions as well. Last night I cvsuped src and ports, and this is the output of uname: FreeBSD host1.my.domain 4.7-STABLE FreeBSD 4.7-STABLE #5: Sun Nov 17 15:27:34

Re: Caching nameserver question - I need a spot here . . .

2003-01-27 Thread Stacey Roberts
Hi Louis, On Mon, 2003-01-27 at 22:15, Louis LeBlanc wrote: Hey all. I'm finally getting around to setting up a caching dns server. Pretty confusing from my angle. Here's what I have so far: named enaabled in /etc/rc.conf cd to /etc/namedb and run sh make-localhost and the following

Re: Silly Question - Fbsd + Win 3.1

2003-01-27 Thread Daniel Bye
On Mon, Jan 27, 2003 at 10:06:22PM +, Paul Miller wrote: Everyone, Will fbsd + Win 3.1 coexist? I know that you're probably asking why (I'm asking this myself) but I may need to do it anyway. SHUDDER Rather you than me ;-) I've searched the online doc's/archives and can't find

Re: ldconfig question

2003-01-27 Thread Daniel Goepp
Bah! Okay, stupid me. I had tracked it to ldconfig_paths in rc, but wasn't seeing where that was coming from. Of course, rc.conf in /etc/default. Sorry. - Original Message - From: Daniel Goepp [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, January 27, 2003 5:04 PM Subject:

2003 Edition now available

2003-01-27 Thread 2003 Edition now available
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Checking Vulnerabilities

2003-01-27 Thread Mario Antonio
Dear List, How Can I verify that my system has some of the discovered vulnerabilities? Is there any tool that I can use to help me out? Regards Mario --- [This e-mail was scanned for viruses by Webjogger's AntiVirus Protection System] To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with

Re: Checking Vulnerabilities

2003-01-27 Thread Jack L. Stone
At 05:56 PM 1.27.2003 -0500, Mario Antonio wrote: Dear List, How Can I verify that my system has some of the discovered vulnerabilities? Is there any tool that I can use to help me out? Regards Mario The tool I use is regular cvsup for -RELEASE, which includes all security updates Best

Re: Silly Question - Fbsd + Win 3.1

2003-01-27 Thread Mykroft Holmes IV
On Mon, 2003-01-27 at 17:06, Paul Miller wrote: Everyone, Will fbsd + Win 3.1 coexist? I know that you're probably asking why (I'm asking this myself) but I may need to do it anyway. Yes, just treat it the same as Win95 for this purpose. I've searched the online doc's/archives and can't

Re: Which files and directories to backup?

2003-01-27 Thread Francisco Reyes
On Mon, 27 Jan 2003, Paul Hoffman wrote: before I do a major upgrade. I then shove the backup offsite via ftp. I have not been sending the files out, but working on that. First will encryp the files with gpg (GNU privacy) and then will use scp to send the files out. I don't have FTP enabled on

Re: Which files and directories to backup?

2003-01-27 Thread Paul Hoffman
At 4:18 PM -0500 1/27/03, Francisco Reyes wrote: On Mon, 27 Jan 2003, Paul Hoffman wrote: before I do a major upgrade. I then shove the backup offsite via ftp. I have not been sending the files out, but working on that. First will encryp the files with gpg (GNU privacy) and then will use scp

Re: Which files and directories to backup?

2003-01-27 Thread Francisco Reyes
On Mon, 27 Jan 2003, Paul Hoffman wrote: gzip is more universally known that bzip2, so using it means that you are more likely to be able to recover your data in an emergency, such as on a non-BSD system. I have several FreeBSD machines that I administer in a couple of locations so I just

Anyone using popFile in FreeBSD?

2003-01-27 Thread Francisco Reyes
Found this program which seems like may help controlling spam http://popfile.sourceforge.net/ However I am wondering if anyone has got it working in FreeBSD that could share some tips. Looking at the archives from the forums of the project seems that there are some FreeBSD users currently using

Re: slightly OT: official CD tree structure

2003-01-27 Thread P. U. Kruppa
On Mon, 27 Jan 2003, Igor B. Bykhalo wrote: I'm going to burn installation CDs after make release, but i also want to put distfiles of my ports on it, just for more convenient local work. The question is: where should i place distfiles? Should it be /distfiles or ports/distfiles? Default

Re: Caching nameserver question - I need a spot here . . .

2003-01-27 Thread Louis LeBlanc
On 01/27/03 10:22 PM, Stacey Roberts sat at the `puter and typed: Hi Louis, On Mon, 2003-01-27 at 22:15, Louis LeBlanc wrote: Hey all. I'm finally getting around to setting up a caching dns server. Pretty confusing from my angle. Here's what I have so far: named enaabled in

Installing new versions of GCC

2003-01-27 Thread Thaddeus J. Quintin
Greetings- I'm a pretty new user of FreeBSD and I've enjoyed every minute of it so far. I'm trying to update gcc via the package/ports system, but I've had a few problems. 'pkg_add -r gcc' Results in a error message that the file is unavailable. This make sense, because the package it's

Re: trouble brewing over the UNIX thing again...

2003-01-27 Thread Greg 'groggy' Lehey
On Monday, 27 January 2003 at 11:51:44 -0800, Gary W. Swearingen wrote: Bill Moran [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Greg 'groggy' Lehey wrote: I'm more inclined to think that these are different parts of the same company who don't (didn't) know about the other part. Another strong possibility.

Re: Installing new versions of GCC

2003-01-27 Thread Matthew Emmerton
Greetings- I'm a pretty new user of FreeBSD and I've enjoyed every minute of it so far. I'm trying to update gcc via the package/ports system, but I've had a few problems. 'pkg_add -r gcc' Results in a error message that the file is unavailable. This make sense, because the

Re: Installing new versions of GCC

2003-01-27 Thread Mike Meyer
In 001301c2c665$0d28f620$0200a8c0@tjqathlonpc, Thaddeus J. Quintin [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed: Greetings- I'm a pretty new user of FreeBSD and I've enjoyed every minute of it so far. I'm trying to update gcc via the package/ports system, but I've had a few problems. 'pkg_add -r gcc'

Re: Installing new versions of GCC

2003-01-27 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Thaddeus J. Quintin [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I downloaded the ports package (/usr/ports) and went into the /lang/gcc directory. I first tried 'make.' That ran for awhile, but when it finished, gcc still reported version '2.95.4.' After that, I realized I should run 'make install.' That

Re: Caching nameserver question - I need a spot here . . .

2003-01-27 Thread Greg Lane
On Mon, Jan 27, 2003 at 05:15:29PM -0500, Louis LeBlanc [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey all. I'm finally getting around to setting up a caching dns server. Pretty confusing from my angle. Here's what I have so far: named enaabled in /etc/rc.conf cd to /etc/namedb and run sh make-localhost

ATA DMA issues in 5.0-RELEASE

2003-01-27 Thread Braden McGrath
This is less of a question and more of a solution to a problem I was having. There were (apparently) some ATA DMA changes recently in -current that never trickled down to 4.7-STABLE, which is what I had been running before trying 5.0. (My 4-STABLE install was working perfectly.) These DMA

Re: Source nat question (ipfw and natd)

2003-01-27 Thread Nick Rogness
On Sun, 26 Jan 2003, Vikash Badal wrote: I currently have a box (4.7p3) that i want to connect to four different networks According to the man page i can only nat on one interface using natd. My current natd.conf is as follows :

chown and chmod using crontab?

2003-01-27 Thread Jon Reynolds
I have a directory that 2 different groups have access to. When one group writes to the folder it retains the permissions of that group. I need the permissions to change to the permissions of the directory. I thought I could add a crontab in and run a little script every 1 minute to set the

Re: chown and chmod using crontab?

2003-01-27 Thread Philip Hallstrom
Try using the full paths... /bin/chmod and /usr/sbin/chown On 27 Jan 2003, Jon Reynolds wrote: I have a directory that 2 different groups have access to. When one group writes to the folder it retains the permissions of that group. I need the permissions to change to the permissions of the

Re: chown and chmod using crontab?

2003-01-27 Thread Mark
- Original Message - From: Jon Reynolds [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: FreeBSD Questions List [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, January 28, 2003 1:44 AM Subject: chown and chmod using crontab? I have a directory that 2 different groups have access to. When one group writes to the folder it

Re: IPFW and DHCPD

2003-01-27 Thread Warren Block
On Mon, 27 Jan 2003, Bill Moran wrote: This is crazy. There is no sane way that anyone can give you rules for this without knowing the rest of your firewall rules. Amoung other things, _where_ you place the rules in the list, and what other rules that may match DCHP traffic are critical to

Re: chown and chmod using crontab?

2003-01-27 Thread Jon Reynolds
On Mon, 2003-01-27 at 16:00, Mark wrote: - Original Message - From: Jon Reynolds [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: FreeBSD Questions List [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, January 28, 2003 1:44 AM Subject: chown and chmod using crontab? I have a directory that 2 different groups have access

Re[2]: IMAP

2003-01-27 Thread Nick Rogness
On Mon, 27 Jan 2003, Ben Williams wrote: Monday, January 27, 2003, 12:32:29 PM, you wrote: What is this kill -HUP inetd? kill -HUP pid is the standard command to reload a daemon in Unix. GJ Replacing the 'pid' with the process id number of the daemon in question (listed GJ when you

Re: trouble brewing over the UNIX thing again...

2003-01-27 Thread Gary W. Swearingen
Greg 'groggy' Lehey [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Which secret agreements? The license is public, and it doesn't leave any space for secret agreements. The secret agreements which presumably allowed UCB and BSDi to continue using Unix code without getting sued over it. Permission which I've not

What caused this Panic

2003-01-27 Thread Simon
Hi, I just had a server panic due to something wrong with disk quotas, I guess. panic: dqget: free dquot isn't Can someone please explain what the above is about. Thank you, Simon To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-questions in the body of the message

Off-topic posts (was: trouble brewing over the UNIX thing again...)

2003-01-27 Thread Greg 'groggy' Lehey
On Monday, 27 January 2003 at 18:55:12 -0800, Gary W. Swearingen wrote: Greg 'groggy' Lehey [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Could we now please take this off -questions? Continue on advocacy@ if you want. I already started and finished my thread on -chat, joining this thread only after you and

What caused this Panic

2003-01-27 Thread Simon
Hi, I just had a server panic due to something wrong with disk quotas, I guess. panic: dqget: free dquot isn't Can someone please explain what the above is about. Thank you, Simon To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-questions in the body of the message

RE: Installing new versions of GCC

2003-01-27 Thread Thaddeus J. Quintin
Wow, Thanks for all of the responses. First off, that was a typo in my original email. I was running make in /usr/ports/lang/gcc32. Now, I tried a few things. I ran 'make clean' to start over, 'make', 'make deinstall', and then 'make install'. When that's done, I end up with gcc32 (and g++32,

Re[3]: IMAP

2003-01-27 Thread Ben Williams
Monday, January 27, 2003, 9:47:07 PM, you wrote: NR On Mon, 27 Jan 2003, Ben Williams wrote: Monday, January 27, 2003, 12:32:29 PM, you wrote: What is this kill -HUP inetd? kill -HUP pid is the standard command to reload a daemon in Unix. GJ Replacing the 'pid' with the process id

Panic out of dqget() (was: What caused this Panic)

2003-01-27 Thread Greg 'groggy' Lehey
On Monday, 27 January 2003 at 22:29:15 -0500, Simon wrote: Hi, I just had a server panic due to something wrong with disk quotas, I guess. panic: dqget: free dquot isn't Can someone please explain what the above is about. Yes, it means that the kernel found a discrepancy in quota

5.0 install help - slicing disk problems

2003-01-27 Thread dennis
Hello, I am trying to install freebsd 5.0 on a Maxtor 52049U4 20G hard drive. The disk is slaved on ide0. The fdisk will not let me create a slice larger than 2G. Further more I can not create any number of slices totaling more than 2G. The mobo is a MSI KT4 ulta with a VIA KT400 chipset.

RE: Firewall + DHCP (STILL)

2003-01-27 Thread Asenchi
Hello, I emailed and receive some help this past weekend. Thank you all for responding, however none of the suggestions were able to cure my problem. Here is the issue: I am setting up a firewall, IPFW + NATD that will act as a gateway. I have two NIC's that are configured. The OIF will be

Re: 5.0 install help - slicing disk problems

2003-01-27 Thread Chuck Swiger
dennis wrote: [ ... ] Are these problems related to the new-ness of my mobo and chipset or am I just doing something wrong? Is there a work around for the problem? I want to dedicate the entire disk to the freebsd installation. Try using MS-DOS' FDISK to create your partitions, and see

Re: Installing new versions of GCC

2003-01-27 Thread Matthew Emmerton
Wow, Thanks for all of the responses. First off, that was a typo in my original email. I was running make in /usr/ports/lang/gcc32. Now, I tried a few things. I ran 'make clean' to start over, 'make', 'make deinstall', and then 'make install'. When that's done, I end up with gcc32 (and

RE: Installing new versions of GCC

2003-01-27 Thread Thaddeus J. Quintin
Alrighty then. Now I know! Thanks a lot! Thaddeus As would be expected. If you plan on recompiling your kernel, you need to have the system gcc around or else things will get screwy. If you want to compile using gcc32, just use gcc32 intead of gcc. To get configure to use your new compile,

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