Windows login to Samba share

2003-02-13 Thread Kjell Midtseter
On my Samba server I have 3 shares that I want to acces from other machines. When I start up my Windows 2000 PC it connects to the web and syvert shares, but when it comes to the public share I get the following: Incorrect password or user name for \\Syvert\public You last connected to this

Re: chkrootkit on 5.0-release... false positive?

2003-02-13 Thread Jeff Jirsa
On Thu, 13 Feb 2003, Todd Zimmermann wrote: Was wondering if anyone else has gotten positives on a rather vague lkm trojan when running chkrootkit on 5.0-release p1 ? Yes. And verified it was a false positive by checking with a few other people. Thinking its probably just the port not being

openssl-0.9.7 problem

2003-02-13 Thread Odhiambo Washington
I am running 5.0-RELEASE, if this matters. /usr/ports/security/{openssl|openssl-beta} are both version 0.9.7. I wonder why we have the two of them anyway?? That is not my original problem though. I have installed apache-1.3.27-modssl from the ports and now I get this: beastie# apachectl

5.0-RELEASE under VMWare 3 : slowdown and even hangup

2003-02-13 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Hi there people And thanks for taking the time to read the flow of incoming questions on this list ;-) My question is a followup of the thread started by Michael Ritchie a couple weeks ago http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/getmsg.cgi?

Re: getting DSL working

2003-02-13 Thread Toni Schmidbauer
On Tue, Feb 11, 2003 at 08:50:28AM +0100, c a r s t e n wrote: LAN DSL modem, and will be connecting to 1und1, in case anyone is familiar with this setup. http://mailbox.univie.ac.at/~le/freebsd+adsl-howto.html its for an austrian isp, but it should work either. toni -- Terror ist der Krieg

Re: Using cvsup with multiple servers

2003-02-13 Thread Daniel Bye
On Wed, Feb 12, 2003 at 11:58:37AM -1000, Gary Dunn wrote: What is the best way to use cvsup in a multi-server environment? I have four servers. None are exactly the same. The only thing they have in common is that they use a Pentium CPU. Three (A B C) are production servers with lots of real

Connection Refused problem

2003-02-13 Thread Ivan Carey
Hello all, I am using FreeBSD 4.7 I have set it up as a Firewall Gateway and it is connected to an Alcatel touch pro ADSL modem. The modem does all of the ppp dialling etc. I am able to browse the internet and send e-mail from the Windows pc' that are on the LAN but I am unable to browse or

emu10k1 patch

2003-02-13 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi, While looking for a way to improve my SBlive sound, I found a patch here: http://groups.google.com/groups?selm=a0ahlh%24itf%241%40FreeBSD.csie.NCTU.edu.tw It is supposed to improve rear speaker output and to add bass+treble mixer. Anyone tried it ? Do you know if it made it into FreeBSD ?

Re: UDP-lite.

2003-02-13 Thread Willie Viljoen
On Thursday 13 February 2003 11:59, Zhikui CHEN wrote: Dear Sir. Could the latest version of FreeBSD support UDP-lite? Thanks in advance. I've done alot of searching on this. Quite a few documents relating to UDP-Lite claim that they have an experimental implementation of UDP-Lite for

Re: xe0: discard oversize frame (ether type 800 flags 3 len 1518 max 1514)

2003-02-13 Thread a_fetisov
Hi Scott! Because I'm not network connection on my FreeBSD system i'm download files if_xe.c and if_xe_pccard.c from CVSWeb http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/cvsweb.cgi/src/sys/dev/xe/ Then I'm copy this files to /usr/src/sys/dev/xe Then run following commands: # cd /usr/src # make buildkernel

Re: iDOT iBox Slim PC

2003-02-13 Thread Pete Gontier
I found a page for the chip set for this machine: http://www.viavpsd.com/product/epia_mini_itx_spec.jsp?motherboardId=21 My reading of: http://www.FreeBSD.org/releases/5.0R/hardware-i386.html ...does not indicate goodness. The OpenBSD story is slightly better; it claims to support

Re: iDOT iBox Slim PC

2003-02-13 Thread Stijn Hoop
On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 02:55:12AM -0800, Pete Gontier wrote: I found a page for the chip set for this machine: http://www.viavpsd.com/product/epia_mini_itx_spec.jsp?motherboardId=21 My reading of: http://www.FreeBSD.org/releases/5.0R/hardware-i386.html ...does not indicate

FreeBSD 5.0 tunnelling X through SSH

2003-02-13 Thread Philip Payne
Hi, Can anyone suggest a reason why I might see the following problem. Two remote FreeBSD machines. Box-1 is running 4.X-Stable and Box-2 is running 5.0-RELEASE. The same sshd_config on both. I'm ssh'ing to them from box-3 which is another 4.x-stable machine. If I ssh from box-3 to box-1

Authenticating a FreeBSD users to Win2K Kerberos

2003-02-13 Thread BSD Freak
Hi everyone, Anyone know a good HOWTO guide for authenticating FreeBSD logons to Win2K/Acitive Directory Kerberos server. I really need some guidance here as I havn't the first idea where to start -Thanks in advance -

Can not compile KDE / arts (coredump)

2003-02-13 Thread Pascal Giannakakis
Lo, did anybody experience the same problem when trying to compile arts-1.1 on FreeBSD-STABLE? gmake[3]: Entering directory `/usr/ports/audio/arts/work/arts-1.1/flow' ../mcopidl/mcopidl -t ../flow/artsflow.idl ../flow/artsflow.idl: warning: Arts::WaveDataHandle::load (method) collides

Re: cannot boot from a SCSI disk

2003-02-13 Thread Roman Neuhauser
# [EMAIL PROTECTED] / 2003-02-12 16:04:31 +0100: The system was installed on an IDE disk, and then dump|restored to the SCSI one. I used /stand/sysinstall's fdisk to mark the slice bootable, and install the standard MBR, but all I got was Missing operating system. If I install booteasy, it

Re: Gnome 2 on FreeBSD 4.7p3 -- multiple issues

2003-02-13 Thread Mark Edwards
On Tuesday, February 11, 2003, at 02:30 PM, Scott A. Moberly wrote: My two cents in here real quick, what does: pkg_info | fgrep XFree86 give? pkg_info | fgrep XFree86 XFree86-libraries-4.2.1_6 XFree86-4 include/(shared) library kit imake-4.2.0_1 Imake and other utilities from

UDP-lite.

2003-02-13 Thread Zhikui CHEN
Dear Sir. Could the latest version of FreeBSD support UDP-lite? Thanks in advance. == Zhikui CHEN, Ph.D. National Supercomputing Center University of Stuttgart Germany Tel: ++49-711-685-5871 Fax: ++49-711-678-7626 E-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: iDOT iBox Slim PC

2003-02-13 Thread Pete Gontier
I'd have sent this to Stijn directly, but his SMTP server thinks I'm a spammer. (I'm so insulted! :-) Anyway it might be of some use to someone else or the archives or something. circa 2/13/03 3:02 AM, Stijn Hoop [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Matthew Dillon was busy with a motherboard from the same

Moving user accounts from one system to another

2003-02-13 Thread Willie Viljoen
Does anybody know of a quick and (relatively) easy way of moving user accounts between two machines? We have two mail servers, one if which hosts mail for the ISP's domain, and another for several domains belonging to their customers. The machine hosting for the customers is being taken down

FreeBSD and DSL CONNECTIVITY ISSUES,

2003-02-13 Thread agmesctaykira
To All, We are running a server using FreeBSD and have been experiencing DSL connectivity issues from our customers. Our pages are basically all HTML and some Java applets. Customers are reporting issues such as; Recently I've noticed that your site operates very slowly. When I am surfing at

Re: FreeBSD and DSL CONNECTIVITY ISSUES,

2003-02-13 Thread Pascal Giannakakis
To All, We are running a server using FreeBSD and have been experiencing DSL connectivity issues from our customers. Our pages are basically all HTML and some Java applets. Customers are reporting issues such as; Recently I've noticed that your site operates very slowly. When I

Re: Resolving or blocking eg. doubleclick.net?

2003-02-13 Thread Bjarne Wichmann Petersen
On Wednesday 12 February 2003 18:12, Marc Schneiders wrote: On Wed, 12 Feb 2003, at 14:53 [=GMT+0100], Bjarne Wichmann Petersen wrote: $TTL 36000 @ IN SOA frodo.my.domain. root.frodo.my.domain. ( 1 ; serial

Re: Moving user accounts from one system to another

2003-02-13 Thread Miguel Mendez
On Thu, 13 Feb 2003 13:55:04 +0200 Willie Viljoen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Does anybody know of a quick and (relatively) easy way of moving user accounts between two machines? I need to move (roughly 200) user accounts from the old server to the other machine. I can't just copy

Re: backup

2003-02-13 Thread Roman Neuhauser
# [EMAIL PROTECTED] / 2003-02-12 15:01:27 -0500: Brian Henning wrote: I would also like to back up my mysql databases for the same reasons. can i tar those up for later use? You can, but you should make sure that the MySQL server is shut down during backup or your database files could be in

Apache2 + mod_python on 4.7-RELEASE

2003-02-13 Thread Robert Gash
I recently snagged the binary packages for apache-2.0.44 and mod_python-3.0.1 from the ports/i386/ports-4-stable package repository. The system I'm installing on is a 4.7-RELEASE box, and I'm getting the following error from Apache: root@galileo(ttyp2):/usr/local/etc/apache2# apachectl start

Re: devfs in 5.0

2003-02-13 Thread Pierrick Brossin
Quoting Jason Barnes [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I am sorry to bother you all with this, but I fundamentally don't understand the new devfs system in 5.0. I am trying to get a usb mouse working -- under 4.x I would do OK Here is my understanding of devfs on 5.0 If a device is detected and

Customizing /etc/motd

2003-02-13 Thread Colin J. Raven
Greetings all! I'd like to tweak /etc/motd to give ssh users a personalized login text. Perhaps something like; FreeBSD 4.7-STABLE #0: Sun Feb 9 19:32:05 CET 2003 (This already exists of course) {username}, Welcome to FreeBSD! Blah Blah Blah I notice that last login is the first line in this

Re: emu10k1 patch

2003-02-13 Thread Sam Izzo
Hi, On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 11:31:23AM +0100, Antoine Jacoutot wrote: While looking for a way to improve my SBlive sound, I found a patch here: http://groups.google.com/groups?selm=a0ahlh%24itf%241%40FreeBSD.csie.NCTU.edu.tw It is supposed to improve rear speaker output and to add

Re: Customizing /etc/motd

2003-02-13 Thread Dirk-Willem van Gulik
On Thu, 13 Feb 2003, Colin J. Raven wrote: I'd like to tweak /etc/motd to give ssh users a personalized login text. su root ..type root password vi /etc/motd or, if you do not know the vi editor, use su root ..type root password ee /etc/motd

Re: Root filesystem 102% full (was: Disks fillin up)

2003-02-13 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
Please don't remove the Cc: of the list when replying. I might not know the answer, or be too busy to read mail. If you Cc: the list too, someone else will have a change to reply too. Probably faster than me. On 2003-02-13 07:19, David Radovanovic [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [Giorgos Keramidas

RE: Customizing /etc/motd

2003-02-13 Thread Colin J. Raven
+ On Thu, 13 Feb 2003, Colin J. Raven wrote: + + I'd like to tweak /etc/motd to give ssh users a + personalized login text. + + su root + ..type root password + vi /etc/motd Yes! :-)I know how to edit the file, but I'm trying to figure out how to personalize it on a per-user

RE: Root filesystem 102% full (was: Disks fillin up)

2003-02-13 Thread David Radovanovic
Sorry :( David Radovanovic WhatsTheBigIdea.com, Inc. -- Bright ideas for the Web! 249 Partition Street Saugerties, New York 12477 (845) 247-0909, FAX: (845) 246-3880 http://www.WhatsTheBigIdea.com [-Original Message- [From: Giorgos Keramidas [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] [Sent: Thursday,

Re: Customizing /etc/motd

2003-02-13 Thread Clement Laforet
Last Login is not handled by motd file It's done by sshd. in sshd_config PrintLastLog yes On Thu, 13 Feb 2003 14:02:44 +0100 Colin J. Raven [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Greetings all! I'd like to tweak /etc/motd to give ssh users a personalized login text. Perhaps something like; FreeBSD

RE: Customizing /etc/motd

2003-02-13 Thread Colin J. Raven
+ motd is a flat file, so it won't take the customizations + you'd need to do this :) Yes indeed, I was aware of this - hence my puzzlement as to how this might be done. + The last login is done by lastlog, which is called by login, + not from motd. nodding sagely H

RE: Customizing /etc/motd

2003-02-13 Thread Dirk-Willem van Gulik
For per user - you may do perhaps someting with /etc/csh.login (assuming they are using csh). Like adding a check for a file and cating that. Dw To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-questions in the body of the message

Re: Customizing /etc/motd

2003-02-13 Thread Saint Aardvark the Carpeted
Colin J. Raven disturbed my sleep to write: Greetings all! I'd like to tweak /etc/motd to give ssh users a personalized login text. Printing the last time the user logged in appears to be part of login(1) itself, not /etc/motd. I suppose you could always modify the source code to print the

Re: cannot boot from a SCSI disk

2003-02-13 Thread Roman Neuhauser
# [EMAIL PROTECTED] / 2003-02-12 18:18:35 +0100: On Wed, Feb 12, 2003 at 04:04:31PM +0100, Roman Neuhauser wrote: I have a problem with getting one system boot from a SCSI disk. The system was installed on an IDE disk, and then dump|restored to the SCSI one. I used /stand/sysinstall's

Re: Root filesystem 102% full (was: Disks fillin up)

2003-02-13 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2003-02-13 08:28, David Radovanovic [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Giorgos Keramidas: Please don't remove the Cc: of the list when replying. I might not know the answer, or be too busy to read mail. If you Cc: the list too, someone else will have a change to reply too. Probably faster than me.

Re: xe0: discard oversize frame (ether type 800 flags 3 len 1518 max 1514)

2003-02-13 Thread Scott Mitchell
[cc's trimmed] On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 01:54:19PM +0300, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Scott! Because I'm not network connection on my FreeBSD system i'm download files if_xe.c and if_xe_pccard.c from CVSWeb http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/cvsweb.cgi/src/sys/dev/xe/ Then I'm copy this files to

Re: Why is there no JFS?

2003-02-13 Thread northern snowfall
Soft updates are disable on / by default because of the chicken and egg problem of runing tunefs on /. If that's the problem, then why doesn't sysinstall enable it by default when partitioning for a new install? Oliver Stone said it was because there's a conspiracy. it's the downdraft

Re: UDP-lite.

2003-02-13 Thread Zhikui CHEN
Thanks very much for your information. I installed FreeBSD-v5 on my machine. It sounds that that didnot includes UDP-lite, I also checked the IPv6 package of 5-current version. It should be there are some specification for describing how to use UDP-lite to generate a UDP-lite socket. I am sure

Re: Why is there no JFS?

2003-02-13 Thread Terry Lambert
David Schultz wrote: The easy way to fix this is to insert a new dependency for the completion of the allocation. Basically, this would put in a stall barrier that would cause the outstanding I/O to drain before the new I/O was attempted. All other operations behind the one that caused

apache13-modssl + mod_perl (static) from the ports

2003-02-13 Thread Odhiambo Washington
Hello users, Is there a way to install modperl1 statically with apache-1.3.27 from the ports tree?. This used to be there sometimes back but my memory crashed! ;) I would like to install apache-modssl from the ports and have modperl1 installed statically with it. Thanks for any pointers

RE: Root filesystem 102% full (was: Disks fillin up)

2003-02-13 Thread David Radovanovic
If I'm reading this right the most suspictious culprit in /dev: -rw-r--r-- 1 rootwheel 68960256 Feb 9 04:04 st0 Any ideas? As far as CPAN is concerned, should I delete the files or create a symlink like you, to another partition with more space? Thanks for your time, I appreciate it

Re: devfs in 5.0

2003-02-13 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2003-02-12 23:04, Jason Barnes [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am sorry to bother you all with this, but I fundamentally don't understand the new devfs system in 5.0. I am trying to get a usb mouse working -- under 4.x I would do cd /dev ./MAKEDEV usm0 and it would work! Now it says

fc-cache problem

2003-02-13 Thread stan
After a long trail of tears, during which I received significant help from various kind members of this list. I have discovered the underlying cause (I'm fairly certain) of my inoperan;e Galeon/Mozilla binaries. It turns out that something called fc-cache is apparently getting into a infinite

Re: Root filesystem 102% full (was: Disks fillin up)

2003-02-13 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2003-02-13 08:57, David Radovanovic [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If I'm reading this right the most suspictious culprit in /dev: -rw-r--r-- 1 rootwheel 68960256 Feb 9 04:04 st0 Any ideas? It seems that you have used some sort of backup tool to save one or more backups to /dev/st0

[no subject]

2003-02-13 Thread Michael Soboleff
I cant compile 5.0-RELEASE on my new hardware (it is Celeron 1800Mhz, ASUS P4B266, 256Mb DDR, 40Gb IBM Hdd). The error: onde /usr/src make world ... cc -fpic -DPIC -O -pipe -march=pentium4 -I/usr/src/lib/libcrypt/../libmd -I/usr/src/lib/libcrypt/../libutil -DLIBC_SCCS -Wall

Re: emu10k1 patch

2003-02-13 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Thursday 13 February 2003 14:14, Sam Izzo wrote: I haven't tried that patch. I'm currently running 4.7-RELEASE, and I can't get any sound out of my rear speakers. What are you running/what have you done? Nothing yet... just using the regular PCM driver from 4.7-STABLE. I don't think

Re: FreeBSD and DSL CONNECTIVITY ISSUES,

2003-02-13 Thread agmesctaykira
To All, I did fail to mention that we are using FreeBSD Version 4.5 ! Thank you, Alan - Original Message - From: Pascal Giannakakis [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: agmesctaykira [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2003 7:09 AM Subject: Re: FreeBSD and

Re: FreeBSD and DSL CONNECTIVITY ISSUES,

2003-02-13 Thread Willie Viljoen
It doesn't sound like a server should be causing any of this... could you supply the URL of the web site sothat we can test it? On Thursday 13 February 2003 16:17, agmesctaykira wrote: To All, I did fail to mention that we are using FreeBSD Version 4.5 ! Thank you, Alan - Original

Re: cannot boot from SCSI disk

2003-02-13 Thread Roman Neuhauser
# [EMAIL PROTECTED] / 2003-02-12 14:52:49 -0500: Howdy! Some hardware will not boot FreeBSD from SCSI disks unless the disk is formated and labled in dedicated mode. interesting. all I see is backpedalling from dangerously dedicated disks in /stand/sysinstall and elsewhere, and

Re: FreeBSD and DSL CONNECTIVITY ISSUES,

2003-02-13 Thread Bill Moran
agmesctaykira wrote: To All, We are running a server using FreeBSD and have been experiencing DSL connectivity issues from our customers. Our pages are basically all HTML and some Java applets. Customers are reporting issues such as; Recently I've noticed that your site operates very slowly.

Re: FreeBSD and DSL CONNECTIVITY ISSUES,

2003-02-13 Thread Cliff Sarginson
On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 04:26:28PM +0200, Willie Viljoen wrote: It doesn't sound like a server should be causing any of this... could you supply the URL of the web site sothat we can test it? On Thursday 13 February 2003 16:17, agmesctaykira wrote: To All, I did fail to mention that we

gnome yelp and man pages

2003-02-13 Thread Paul A. Mayer
Does anyone know how to get gnome2 yelp to actually find the content of system man pages? The yelp index lists (a subset of the) man page titles but is not able to show their content for some reason. Thanks for the help! /Paul (PS, this post after scrounging around on the gnome projects

The ongoing saga of getting DSL up and running... ping: sendto: Permission denied

2003-02-13 Thread c a r s t e n
i seem to have managed to get my DSL connection established with ppp, finally. the german T-Online how-to page got me up and running with that. when i dial in with ppp, i get a PPP prompt, ie. all caps, which i presume means that i have a functioning connection. now i just have to figure out

Re: Authenticating a FreeBSD users to Win2K Kerberos

2003-02-13 Thread Matt Smith
The AD DCs work just as an MIT KrbV KDC works. A couple things to watch for: *For Kerberos authentication, your realm will be the same as your FQDN Active Directory domain, in UPPERCASE. The KDC will be automatically found if you are running W2k DNS (or the proper SRV+TXT records in your DNS) If

Re: Customizing /etc/motd

2003-02-13 Thread Cliff Sarginson
On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 05:31:08AM -0800, Saint Aardvark the Carpeted wrote: Colin J. Raven disturbed my sleep to write: Greetings all! I'd like to tweak /etc/motd to give ssh users a personalized login text. Printing the last time the user logged in appears to be part of login(1) itself,

Re: cannot boot from SCSI disk

2003-02-13 Thread Cliff Sarginson
On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 03:28:58PM +0100, Roman Neuhauser wrote: # [EMAIL PROTECTED] / 2003-02-12 14:52:49 -0500: Howdy! Some hardware will not boot FreeBSD from SCSI disks unless the disk is formated and labled in dedicated mode. interesting. all I see is backpedalling from

Forcing a Line Break in .profile

2003-02-13 Thread Colin J. Raven
Hi all! Does anyone know how to force the shell to create a line break between elements in a users' .profile output to screen at login As an example: pwd date cal outputs each...one after the other, like this: /home/freddie Thu Feb 13 16:16:51 CET 2003 February 2003 Su Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa

Re: The ongoing saga of getting DSL up and running... ping: sendto:Permission denied

2003-02-13 Thread Bill Moran
c a r s t e n wrote: i seem to have managed to get my DSL connection established with ppp, finally. the german T-Online how-to page got me up and running with that. when i dial in with ppp, i get a PPP prompt, ie. all caps, which i presume means that i have a functioning connection. now i

Gnome port build failure

2003-02-13 Thread stan
New install last night, cvsup'd main and ports did make world, and now I'm trying to build /usr/ports/x11-gnome. It dies in /usr/ports/lang/librep trying to run the repdoc command it just built, which segfaults. Sugestiosn? -- They that would give up essential liberty for temporary safety

Re: Forcing a Line Break in .profile

2003-02-13 Thread Scott Mitchell
On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 04:20:54PM +0100, Colin J. Raven wrote: Hi all! Does anyone know how to force the shell to create a line break between elements in a users' .profile output to screen at login echo (either the shell builtin or /bin/echo) will do what you want. Cheers, Scott

Re: cannot boot from SCSI disk

2003-02-13 Thread Steve Shorter
On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 03:28:58PM +0100, Roman Neuhauser wrote: interesting. all I see is backpedalling from dangerously dedicated disks in /stand/sysinstall and elsewhere Many IDE drives will not boot if setup in dangerously dedicated mode. So, for normal people who are

/usr filesystem crashing

2003-02-13 Thread Michael A. Smith
I'm running FreeBSD 4.7-RC on an Athlon system that serves as our office fileserver (it has a Promise IDE RAID card and two mirrored 1-month old 40GB drives). I'm having some filesystem problems that fsck doesn't seem to fix. There is something going wrong with /dev/ar0s1g (my /usr slice). If

RE: Root filesystem 102% full (was: Disks fillin up)

2003-02-13 Thread David Radovanovic
That was the ticket. / is back down to 48%. Though when I 'sh MAKEDEV st0' in /dev I get the error: st0 - no such device name. Thanks. David Radovanovic WhatsTheBigIdea.com, Inc. -- Bright ideas for the Web! 249 Partition Street Saugerties, New York 12477 (845) 247-0909, FAX: (845) 246-3880

Is it possible to install PHP4 as a CGI module on R4.7?

2003-02-13 Thread Kjell Midtseter
I am trying to install PHP4 as a CGI module. When doing the install from ports, it seems like make -D STANDALONE is ignored during the install, as the Apache API module gets installed instead. What would be the proper procedure? Kjell (using R4.7p4) To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL

Break sequence under Cisco 2500series...

2003-02-13 Thread Mynx
Hi all, my question is: I want to know what is the break sequence key to interrupt the connection when I´m making telnet to a router (Cisco 2500series), ´cause I want to change all my passwords. Any help welcome, thanks... To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe

Re: Is it possible to install PHP4 as a CGI module on R4.7?

2003-02-13 Thread Scott A. Moberly
I am trying to install PHP4 as a CGI module. When doing the install from ports, it seems like make -D STANDALONE is ignored during the install, as the Apache API module gets installed instead. What would be the proper procedure? Kjell (using R4.7p4) cd /usr/ports/lang/php4 sudo

Re: /usr filesystem crashing

2003-02-13 Thread Bill Moran
Michael A. Smith wrote: I'm running FreeBSD 4.7-RC on an Athlon system that serves as our office fileserver (it has a Promise IDE RAID card and two mirrored 1-month old 40GB drives). I'm having some filesystem problems that fsck doesn't seem to fix. There is something going wrong with

RE: Forcing a Line Break in .profile

2003-02-13 Thread Chuck Payne
Use and echo as a line break. pwd echo echo date echo echo cal so on Chuck Payne -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]]On Behalf Of Colin J. Raven Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2003 10:21 AM To: BSD Questions Subject: Forcing a Line Break in .profile

RE: Break sequence under Cisco 2500series...

2003-02-13 Thread Eric Six
There is no break sequence via telnet. You have to be consoled into the router and send the break sequence as the router boots. www.cisco.com Eric Six -Original Message- From: Mynx [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2003 10:24 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject:

Re: fc-cache problem

2003-02-13 Thread Joe Marcus Clarke
On Thu, 2003-02-13 at 08:59, stan wrote: After a long trail of tears, during which I received significant help from various kind members of this list. I have discovered the underlying cause (I'm fairly certain) of my inoperan;e Galeon/Mozilla binaries. It turns out that something called

Re: gnome yelp and man pages

2003-02-13 Thread Joe Marcus Clarke
On Thu, 2003-02-13 at 10:10, Paul A. Mayer wrote: Does anyone know how to get gnome2 yelp to actually find the content of system man pages? The yelp index lists (a subset of the) man page titles but is not able to show their content for some reason. Works fine for me. Do you have any

Re: Break sequence under Cisco 2500series...

2003-02-13 Thread Joe Marcus Clarke
On Thu, 2003-02-13 at 11:23, Mynx wrote: Hi all, my question is: I want to know what is the break sequence key to interrupt the connection when I´m making telnet to a router (Cisco 2500series), ´cause I want to change all my passwords. Any help welcome, thanks... If you're telnet'd

Re: fc-cache problem

2003-02-13 Thread Matt Smith
On Thu, 2003-02-13 at 12:14, Joe Marcus Clarke wrote: On Thu, 2003-02-13 at 08:59, stan wrote: After a long trail of tears, during which I received significant help from various kind members of this list. I have discovered the underlying cause (I'm fairly certain) of my inoperan;e

OpenLDAP + Kerberos

2003-02-13 Thread Matt Smith
I have MIT Krb5 installed from ports, as well as the base system (Heimdall?) kerberos. I am trying to compile the openldap2 port with Kerberos support. Specifically, I am looking to have Kerberos enabled clients: ldapsearch, ldapmodify, etc. Unfortunately, I am having no success, using the

network issue

2003-02-13 Thread Brian Henning
My local network (192.168.1.0) consists of two machine BSD1 (192.168.1.40) and BSD2 (192.168.1.42). There is a third machine (192.168.1.254, ip address from isp) that acts as a gateway router. When my internet connection goes down for whatever reason I loose connections in my local network. For

Re: SquirrelMail port problems

2003-02-13 Thread Philip Hallstrom
If you are having the...You must be logged on to view this page error, you might try turning globals = on in php.ini but otherwise what error do you get when you try to logon? Problem was the imap-uw from ports didn't allow plain text logins no matter what I tried. I built it from

squid and ipfw ... fwd ...

2003-02-13 Thread P. U. Kruppa
Hi! I am trying to setup a transparent proxy with Squid. Proxying and caching itself works fine (thanks to the help of this list!) - my Squid is listening on port 80. I have got the ipfw kernel module running and seem to be able to change all kinds of rules via ipfw or from bootup via some

RE: network issue

2003-02-13 Thread Eric Six
What is your default gateway and subnet mask for your lan? Cheers, Eric Six -Original Message- From: Brian Henning [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2003 11:37 AM To: freebsd Subject: network issue My local network (192.168.1.0) consists of two machine BSD1

Re: network issue

2003-02-13 Thread Bill Moran
Brian Henning wrote: My local network (192.168.1.0) consists of two machine BSD1 (192.168.1.40) and BSD2 (192.168.1.42). There is a third machine (192.168.1.254, ip address from isp) that acts as a gateway router. When my internet connection goes down for whatever reason I loose connections in my

Re: network issue

2003-02-13 Thread Nathan Kinkade
On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 11:36:47AM -0600, Brian Henning wrote: My local network (192.168.1.0) consists of two machine BSD1 (192.168.1.40) and BSD2 (192.168.1.42). There is a third machine (192.168.1.254, ip address from isp) that acts as a gateway router. When my internet connection goes down

Re: fc-cache problem

2003-02-13 Thread stan
On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 12:24:50PM -0500, Matt Smith wrote: On Thu, 2003-02-13 at 12:14, Joe Marcus Clarke wrote: On Thu, 2003-02-13 at 08:59, stan wrote: After a long trail of tears, during which I received significant help from various kind members of this list. I have discovered the

Re: network issue

2003-02-13 Thread Dan Pelleg
Brian Henning [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: My local network (192.168.1.0) consists of two machine BSD1 (192.168.1.40) and BSD2 (192.168.1.42). There is a third machine (192.168.1.254, ip address from isp) that acts as a gateway router. When my internet connection goes down for whatever reason I

FreeBSD 5.0

2003-02-13 Thread Piter A. Sazhenin
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Suggestions for new machine please

2003-02-13 Thread Vallo Kallaste
Hi It was early of the year 2000 when I got very good suggestions from here to buy BX based motherboard, if any. I'm glad I did so... I have been using my old trusty BX-based system without any problems, but it's time for faster ride. As I'll want to help with SMP which seems to be slowly gaining

Re: Suggestions for new machine please

2003-02-13 Thread Adam Maas
- Original Message - From: Vallo Kallaste [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, February 13, 2003 12:59 PM Subject: Suggestions for new machine please Hi It was early of the year 2000 when I got very good suggestions from here to buy BX based motherboard, if any.

Re: The ongoing saga of getting DSL up and running... ping: sendto: Permission denied

2003-02-13 Thread c a r s t e n
| As root, type ipfw show | If this lists rules, you may have inadvertently set yourself up | with a deny all firewall. [...] | If this is the case, I'd put in rc.conf: | firewall_enable=YES | firewall_type=OPEN | which is a quick fix for the issue. ah! i had no idea that the firewall

Re: Suggestions for new machine please

2003-02-13 Thread Chuck Swiger
Vallo Kallaste wrote: [ ... ] Current dual-Xeon systems are too expensive, PIII is old (good and cool) technology, but 1,4Ghz Tualatin price is about the same as 2Ghz Athlon XP.. which brings me to the dual-Athlon solution. What do you guys think about Asus A7M266-D and two Athlon XP 2400+

Re: gnome yelp and man pages

2003-02-13 Thread Paul A. Mayer
Hi Joe, Thanks for the message. I've been running X from startx, so I gues that's why I don't have an ~/.xsession-errors. But, taking a cue from your message, I tried running yelp from the commandline (to see errors if there were any, and lo' and behold it works -- except for, and this was

Mozilla focus problems (was Re: The ongoing saga of getting DSL upand running... ping: sendto: Permission denied)

2003-02-13 Thread Bill Moran
c a r s t e n wrote: ah! i had no idea that the firewall could suddenly be running without my telling freebsd to start it up. or, i probably told it to start it up without realising, is more likely. If you compile the kernel with ipfw support compiled in, it always starts. now i just have to

Re: Mozilla focus problems (was Re: The ongoing saga of getting DSL up and running... ping: sendto: Permission denied)

2003-02-13 Thread c a r s t e n
| now i just have to figure out why mozilla 1.3a (sometimes?) won't | take keystrokes in the url entryfield, and in forms as well. | | I've been having the same problem. What WM do you use? I use | enlightenment. I haven't made a big stink about it because I | discovered that if I

Re: Mozilla focus problems (was Re: The ongoing saga of getting DSLup and running... ping: sendto: Permission denied)

2003-02-13 Thread Chuck Swiger
Bill Moran wrote: [ ... ] Is anyone else experiencing this? Do we know if it's an X, FreeBSD, or Mozilla problem? Mozilla 1.3a has focus problems (ie, text not going to the URL field after restoring a browser window) under Win32 as well, so I'd suspect it's a Mozilla problem. -Chuck To

Re: network issue

2003-02-13 Thread Scott A. Moberly
My local network (192.168.1.0) consists of two machine BSD1 (192.168.1.40) and BSD2 (192.168.1.42). There is a third machine (192.168.1.254, ip address from isp) that acts as a gateway router. When my internet connection goes down for whatever reason I loose connections in my local network.

Re: squid and ipfw ... fwd ...

2003-02-13 Thread Dancho Penev
On Thu, Feb 13, 2003 at 06:44:24PM +0100, P. U. Kruppa wrote: Date: Thu, 13 Feb 2003 18:44:24 +0100 (CET) From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] (P. U. Kruppa) To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: squid and ipfw ... fwd ... Hi! I am trying to setup a transparent proxy with Squid. Proxying and caching itself works

network issue revisited

2003-02-13 Thread Brian Henning
Let me try again, here is my situation and question with a little more detail. My local network (192.168.1.0) consists of two machine BSD1 (192.168.1.40) and BSD2 (192.168.1.42). Both of these machines use the subnet mask 255.255.255.0 and gateway 192.168.1.254. There is a third machine GATEWAY

Re: Postfix (fwd)

2003-02-13 Thread Gannater Jnos
I use postfix as my default MTA. I can send E-mails with Outlook (via SMTP) to the users in my computer, but not to the outdside world, with another domain. How can I send e-mails to another domain? I use Postfix but I'm would like to know a bit more about the issues you are having

Re: Postfix (fwd)

2003-02-13 Thread Marcel Stangenberger
On Thu, 13 Feb 2003, [ISO-8859-2] Gannater Jnos wrote: I use postfix as my default MTA. I can send E-mails with Outlook (via SMTP) to the users in my computer, but not to the outdside world, with another domain. How can I send e-mails to another domain? I use Postfix but I'm

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