Re: Vinum, concantination and filesystems

2003-02-25 Thread Greg 'groggy' Lehey
On Saturday, 22 February 2003 at 23:20:00 -0600, Josh Paetzel wrote: On Sun, Feb 23, 2003 at 01:28:46AM -0300, David Feig wrote: Also, I can't seem to get dns resolution for the Vinum website. Have these guys not been paying their bills? (www.vinumvm.org) Shh. Don't say vinum too loudly...it

Testtool for Sendmail

2003-02-25 Thread Andreas Widerøe Andersen
Hi all, I'm looking for a FreeBSD tool that will automatically test my smtp server for relaying. I'm looking for something like the webpage described here: http://www.freebsddiary.org/sendmail.php (Testing the relay). Any tools or website-tools appreciated. Thanks! /Andreas To Unsubscribe:

Dummie question: The versioning system

2003-02-25 Thread Per olof Ljungmark
Hi all, I am wondering what type of versioning is used for various documents in many *nix OS's. For instance, # $FreeBSD: src/etc/master.passwd,v 1.25.2.5.2.1 2002/07/16 12:33:21 des Exp $ Is this something that could be used for an office enviroment or just for developing software? Thanks,

enlightenment-16 and radeon 7500

2003-02-25 Thread Michael Soboleff
I have a terrible problem! my beloved e16 works very ugly with my new radeon 7500 (manli with TV/OUT) - everytime new window is created on the screen a lots of junk lines appear... FreeBSD 4.7-R and 5.0-R were tested with no luck. XFree 4.2, dri on. With GeForce MX400 it works superb, but i

Map backspace key to backspace, not delete

2003-02-25 Thread Odhiambo Washington
Hello BSD Likes, I have a quick one: I just installed KDE3.1 and although it looks good, I am annoyed with one thing I cannot figure out. When I ssh to a remote box from a terminal of my box, I get the backspace key doing DELETE instead of BACKSPACE. How do I fix this? Thanks -Wash --

Re: add user with shell account

2003-02-25 Thread Gary Dunn
On Mon, 24 Feb 2003 08:19:32 -0600 default013 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm working on a script that will automate making shell accounts and I guess I'm a bit stumped on how one enters the encrypted password into the deal. adduser does it; it's a Perl script. -- _/ _/ _/ _/ _/

panic! dqsync: dquot

2003-02-25 Thread Dennis S. Davidoff
Hi all. I have a problem, while rebooting I saw a message: panic: dqsync: dquot I've guessed it's about sync disk quotas to quotafile: /usr/src/sys/ufs/ufs/ufs_quota.c: [..snip..] /* * Update the disk quota in the quota file. */ static int dqsync(vp, dq) struct vnode *vp; struct

Re: Testtool for Sendmail

2003-02-25 Thread Ken McGlothlen
Andreas Widerøe Andersen [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: | I'm looking for a FreeBSD tool that will automatically test my smtp server | for relaying. I'm looking for something like the webpage described here: | http://www.freebsddiary.org/sendmail.php (Testing the relay). I tend to use external

/bin/sh logout script

2003-02-25 Thread dick hoogendijk
For bash I can use .bash_profile and .bash_logout to get things done at login/logout time. On my fbsd machine I use /bin/sh and I can't find how to execute things at logout time (login is set in .profile). I.e. I want to remove the ssh-agent pig at logout time and clear the screen) Does /bin/sh

Re: /bin/sh logout script

2003-02-25 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Tue, Feb 25, 2003 at 12:19:45PM +0100, dick hoogendijk wrote: For bash I can use .bash_profile and .bash_logout to get things done at login/logout time. On my fbsd machine I use /bin/sh and I can't find how to execute things at logout time (login is set in .profile). I.e. I want to remove

Re: /bin/sh logout script

2003-02-25 Thread Ciprian Badescu
Hi, I saw something about this long time ago. The ideea was to use 'trap' i login script to install a handler, and so you will catch a signal (i don't remember what signal - INT, ??), and make a function in login script that executes the desired actions. Hope will help you -- __V__

Re: Testtool for Sendmail

2003-02-25 Thread Roman Neuhauser
# [EMAIL PROTECTED] / 2003-02-25 09:40:34 +0100: I'm looking for a FreeBSD tool that will automatically test my smtp server for relaying. I'm looking for something like the webpage described here: http://www.freebsddiary.org/sendmail.php (Testing the relay). You can try

Re: Dummie question: The versioning system

2003-02-25 Thread Roman Neuhauser
# [EMAIL PROTECTED] / 2003-02-25 09:43:03 +0100: I am wondering what type of versioning is used for various documents in many *nix OS's. For instance, # $FreeBSD: src/etc/master.passwd,v 1.25.2.5.2.1 2002/07/16 12:33:21 des Exp $ Is this something that could be used for an office

Re: upgrade of Mailman from ports fails: unable to set GID

2003-02-25 Thread Heinrich Rebehn
Tim Kellers wrote: I just portupgraded an instance of Mailman from 2.1b4 to 2.1.1 and, while I was able to set the GID without a problem (sendmail MTA), I had this response to both /usr/local/etc/rc.d/mailman.sh start and mailmanctl: eris# ./mailmanctl -s start Site list is missing: mailman I

Random spurious reboots / lockups

2003-02-25 Thread Tuc
Hi, Recently started having complete system reboots while in X, as well as lookups. REBOOTS: It seems to have started only when I portupgraded my XFree86 libraries and clients. I can work on the machine in X for hours and hours and hours straight, and then when

[FBSD-Q] /kernel: uhub1: device problem, disabling port 2

2003-02-25 Thread David Gilbert
JacobRhoden == JacobRhoden [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: JacobRhoden Hi, Whenever I attempt to attach my digital camera on my JacobRhoden work computer, I get the afformetioned error, this error JacobRhoden occurs when I plug my device into any usb port on my JacobRhoden computer: JacobRhoden Feb

UDMA ICRC error reading fsbn (Possible Fix)

2003-02-25 Thread Rob Clark
ISSUE: UDMA ICRC error reading fsbn in dmesg and /var/log/messages $ dmesg ... FreeBSD 4.7-STABLE #0: Tue Feb 20 22:06:43 EST 2003 ... ICRC error reading fsbn 257696511 of 128848224-128848479 (ad1s1 bn 257696511; cn 16040 tn 220 sn 51) retrying ad1s1e: UDMA ICRC error reading fsbn 6803007 of

Re: APC UPS

2003-02-25 Thread Dan Pelleg
Mark [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi, A while ago I posted that I could not get my APC UPS BK350 to work under FreeBSD 4.7R, using apcupsd. Problem was that, though apcupsd test prog sees the power go off-line, the apcupsd daemon itself does not. :( So, since I do need a solution, maybe I

Re: systat like statistics to a flat file ?

2003-02-25 Thread Andy Farkas
On Mon, 24 Feb 2003, Sean O'Neill wrote: Is there anything in FreeBSD or the ports that will collect statistics similar to those displayed by systat and drop them to a flat file ? man systat says: SEE ALSO netstat(1), kvm(3), icmp(4), ip(4), tcp(4), udp(4), iostat(8), vmstat(8) -- :{

Re: Dummie question: The versioning system

2003-02-25 Thread Bill Moran
Per olof Ljungmark wrote: Hi all, I am wondering what type of versioning is used for various documents in many *nix OS's. For instance, # $FreeBSD: src/etc/master.passwd,v 1.25.2.5.2.1 2002/07/16 12:33:21 des Exp $ Is this something that could be used for an office enviroment or just for

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krb5 port and permissions on forwarded credentials

2003-02-25 Thread Tillman
Howdy, When running telnetd (for example) under inetd like this: telnet stream tcp nowait root/usr/local/krb5/sbin/telnetd telnetd -a user and logging in as a non-root user (the most likely scenario), the credentials cache is not chown'ed to the user (remaining 600 root:wheel). klist

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isp connection woes

2003-02-25 Thread Brian Henning
I have ATTBI for an isp, someone told me that the IP TTL is expiring on the way to the server. Their network design supports no more than 16 hops on the way to a DHCP server, but increasing the (hard-coded) TTL (at line 159 in /usr/src/contrib/isc-dhcp/common/packet.c) can help fix the

help

2003-02-25 Thread Steve Dupras
i am trying to install freebsd so i downloaded the disk1 i386 5.0 version and i cant install with the cd because it goes through the whole process and then says its rebooting. and when i use the floppie method it cant see the cd in the rom and it cant use a ftp connection?? and it cant install

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RE: help

2003-02-25 Thread Wolfpaw - Dale Corse
Hi Steve, i am trying to install freebsd so i downloaded the disk1 i386 5.0 version and i cant install with the cd because it goes through the whole process and then says its rebooting. It's supposed to do that .. what's the problem when it reboots? Which part does it reboot at? and when i

Re: isp connection woes

2003-02-25 Thread Bill Moran
Brian Henning wrote: I have ATTBI for an isp, someone told me that the IP TTL is expiring on the way to the server. Their network design supports no more than 16 hops on the way to a DHCP server, but increasing the (hard-coded) TTL (at line 159 in /usr/src/contrib/isc-dhcp/common/packet.c) can

Re: help

2003-02-25 Thread Bill Moran
Steve Dupras wrote: i am trying to install freebsd so i downloaded the disk1 i386 5.0 version and i cant install with the cd because it goes through the whole process and then says its rebooting. and when i use the floppie method it cant see the cd in the rom and it cant use a ftp connection??

Re: rfd0 fd0

2003-02-25 Thread Mike Meyer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Konrad Heuer [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed: On Mon, 24 Feb 2003, Brian Henning wrote: what is the difference between these two devices? fd0 ist a block-oriented device, data are cached in the buffer cache; rfd0 is a byte-oriented raw device; data are always read from or

Re: isp connection woes

2003-02-25 Thread Brian Henning
- Original Message - From: Bill Moran [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Brian Henning [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: freebsd [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, February 25, 2003 9:53 AM Subject: Re: isp connection woes Brian Henning wrote: I have ATTBI for an isp, someone told me that the IP TTL is

Portupgrade failing to upgrade a port

2003-02-25 Thread Marc LeMaire
Hello you all, I've made a complete reinstall, made a make world, recompiled the kernel during the last week-end. So I've come to the last step of syncronizing my port tree. While upgrading my ports, I've got this while updating XF86-clients

Re: Dummie question: The versioning system

2003-02-25 Thread Mike Meyer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Per olof Ljungmark [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed: I am wondering what type of versioning is used for various documents in many *nix OS's. For instance, # $FreeBSD: src/etc/master.passwd,v 1.25.2.5.2.1 2002/07/16 12:33:21 des Exp $ That's CVS. Is this something that could

tcsh redirect

2003-02-25 Thread Brian Henning
hello- can anyone tell me how to redirect just the stderr in tcsh? command /dev/null #suppress stdout command /dev/null #suppress stderr and stdout what can i run to suppress just the stderr? thanks, brian To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-questions

Re: tcsh redirect

2003-02-25 Thread John Bleichert
On Tue, 25 Feb 2003, Brian Henning wrote: hello- can anyone tell me how to redirect just the stderr in tcsh? command /dev/null #suppress stdout command /dev/null #suppress stderr and stdout what can i run to suppress just the stderr? thanks, brian From UNIX in a Nutshell,

EPoX ep-4g4m+ ?

2003-02-25 Thread Len Conrad
An integrator wants to use in some 1U boxes for us. With Intel 845G Any body have any horror stories? EPoX ok in general? Len To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-questions in the body of the message

Is Apache+Perl behaving correctly? Am I insane?

2003-02-25 Thread Kirk Strauser
I'm trying to enable mod_perl support for my TWiki-based website (http://subwiki.honeypot.net/). I'm seeing some really strange behaviour, though, and I don't know which of mod_perl or I are going insane. In my httpd.conf, I have: User www Group www and it behaves in the expected way.

Re: isp connection woes

2003-02-25 Thread Bill Moran
Brian Henning wrote: - Original Message - From: Bill Moran [EMAIL PROTECTED] Brian Henning wrote: Their network design supports no more than 16 hops on the way to a DHCP server, but increasing the (hard-coded) TTL (at line 159 in /usr/src/contrib/isc-dhcp/common/packet.c) can help fix the

Re: systat like statistics to a flat file ?

2003-02-25 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Feb 24, 2003 at 10:40:24PM -0600, Sean O'Neill wrote: Is there anything in FreeBSD or the ports that will collect statistics similar to those displayed by systat and drop them to a flat file ? systat actually provides a handy constantly updating display of data equivalent to a number

Re: tcsh redirect

2003-02-25 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2003-02-25 10:53, Brian Henning [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: hello- can anyone tell me how to redirect just the stderr in tcsh? command /dev/null #suppress stdout command /dev/null #suppress stderr and stdout what can i run to suppress just the stderr? The easiest way I can think is to

Re: Is Apache+Perl behaving correctly? Am I insane?

2003-02-25 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Tue, Feb 25, 2003 at 11:16:09AM -0600, Kirk Strauser wrote: I'm trying to enable mod_perl support for my TWiki-based website (http://subwiki.honeypot.net/). I'm seeing some really strange behaviour, though, and I don't know which of mod_perl or I are going insane. In my httpd.conf, I

RE: Dmesg filled with arp: link address is broadcast for IP address

2003-02-25 Thread Brent Wiese
arp: link address is broadcast for IP address 10.6.8.22! arp: link address is broadcast for IP address 10.6.8.22! arp: link address is broadcast for IP address 10.6.8.22! arp: link address is broadcast for IP address 10.6.8.22! Then I put the suspect host on to DHCP on reboot I

.text area copy-on-write (COW)

2003-02-25 Thread Salmaan Ahmed
I'm trying to determine just how much *physical* memory is required by one of my programs. I have a simple program with a .text size of about 1.7MB and, when running, a resident memory size of about 2.3MB. So far so good. What I don't understand is that when this program fork()s, shouldn't the

Minimize downtime(kernel loading)

2003-02-25 Thread Remington L.
Is there any way to load a new kernel without having to reboot? To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-questions in the body of the message

Re: APC UPS

2003-02-25 Thread Jack L. Stone
At 09:29 AM 2.25.2003 -0500, Dan Pelleg wrote: Mark [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi, A while ago I posted that I could not get my APC UPS BK350 to work under FreeBSD 4.7R, using apcupsd. Problem was that, though apcupsd test prog sees the power go off-line, the apcupsd daemon itself does not.

RE: Minimize downtime(kernel loading)

2003-02-25 Thread Wolfpaw - Dale Corse
Nope, absolutely no way. D. Dale Corse System Administrator Wolfpaw Services Inc. http://www.wolfpaw.net (780) 474-4095 -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Remington L. Sent: Tuesday, February 25, 2003 11:09 AM

stupid question

2003-02-25 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi ! I am sure it is a common question, but I can't find the answer: - how can I save my defined settings when building a port ? Putting them in /etc/make.conf does not seem to work. For exemple, if I want to build imapd with drac support, I go make WITH_DRAC=yes install, but I would love

Galeon crashing on startup

2003-02-25 Thread stan
I've cvsup'd and done make world and portupgrdae for the last 2 weekends, and I still have a Ga;eon that core dumps right after starting to connect to the home page. I'rs working on another, slightly less current 4.7 box. Help, please. What should I be checking? -- They that would give up

Re: Minimize downtime(kernel loading)

2003-02-25 Thread Bill Moran
Remington L. wrote: Is there any way to load a new kernel without having to reboot? You know, from what I understand of Mach, Mac OS X should be able to do this. I don't think they've actually achieved that level of functionality yet, though. -- Bill Moran Potential Technologies

scroll mouse

2003-02-25 Thread Brian Henning
Hello- i have a logitech 2 button mouse with a wheel in the middle. i would like to get the wheel to work in x-windows, but i can't get the scrolling to work. here is what i have done so far. rc.conf moused_type=ps/2 moused_port=/dev/psm0 moused_enable=YES moused_flags=-z 4

freebsd 5.0 + monitor settings

2003-02-25 Thread Richard morris
I was wondering is it possible or if i can change the refresh rate on XF86Config file. I've seen a line in the file that says vertrefresh 50 - 120 i was wondering if i can just have one value there and if that would change my refresh rate on my monitor because my screen is out of range at

Re: scroll mouse

2003-02-25 Thread joshua lokken
-- On Tue, 25 Feb 2003 13:05:11 Brian Henning wrote: Hello- i have a logitech 2 button mouse with a wheel in the middle. i would like to get the wheel to work in x-windows, but i can't get the scrolling to work. here is what i have done so far. rc.conf moused_type=ps/2

Re: scroll mouse

2003-02-25 Thread Brian Henning
- Original Message - From: joshua lokken [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: freebsd [EMAIL PROTECTED]; Brian Henning [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, February 25, 2003 1:11 PM Subject: Re: scroll mouse -- On Tue, 25 Feb 2003 13:05:11 Brian Henning wrote: Hello- i have a logitech 2 button

Re: scroll mouse

2003-02-25 Thread Willie Viljoen
On Tuesday 25 February 2003 21:11, someone, possibly joshua lokken, typed: /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/XF86Config ... Section InputDevice Identifier Mouse0 Driver mouse Option Protocol MouseSystems Option Device /dev/sysmouse Option Buttons 5 Option ZAxisMapping 4 5

Re: scroll mouse

2003-02-25 Thread John Bleichert
On Tue, 25 Feb 2003, Brian Henning wrote: On Tue, 25 Feb 2003 13:05:11 Brian Henning wrote: Hello- i have a logitech 2 button mouse with a wheel in the middle. i would like to get the wheel to work in x-windows, but i can't get the scrolling to work. here is what i have done so far.

MRTG and aliased IP's

2003-02-25 Thread Adam Lofstedt
Hi all. I'm running FreeBSD 4.7 with net-snmp-5.0.3_2. I have two NICs, and one of them has several IP's bound to it through ifconfig alias. When I try to run MRTG, it only gives me the statistics for one of the aliased IPs (I think). System: my.domain.com in Maintainer: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: scroll mouse

2003-02-25 Thread Brian Henning
- Original Message - From: Willie Viljoen [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; freebsd [EMAIL PROTECTED]; Brian Henning [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, February 25, 2003 1:18 PM Subject: Re: scroll mouse On Tuesday 25 February 2003 21:11, someone, possibly joshua lokken, typed:

Re: freebsd 5.0 + monitor settings

2003-02-25 Thread Willie Viljoen
On Tuesday 25 February 2003 21:08, someone, possibly Richard morris, typed: I was wondering is it possible or if i can change the refresh rate on XF86Config file. I've seen a line in the file that says vertrefresh 50 - 120 i was wondering if i can just have one value there and if that would

Re: scroll mouse

2003-02-25 Thread Bill Moran
Brian Henning wrote: Hello- i have a logitech 2 button mouse with a wheel in the middle. i would like to get the wheel to work in x-windows, but i can't get the scrolling to work. here is what i have done so far. rc.conf moused_type=ps/2 moused_port=/dev/psm0 moused_enable=YES

Re: scroll mouse

2003-02-25 Thread Asenchi
I believe everyone is talking about: [snip] Option Protocol auto [snip] Curt On Tue, 2003-02-25 at 14:25, Brian Henning wrote: - Original Message - From: Willie Viljoen [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; freebsd [EMAIL PROTECTED]; Brian Henning [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent:

Folding@Home install question

2003-02-25 Thread Steven Lake
Hi all. Tried downloading the linux version of [EMAIL PROTECTED] to put on one of my servers, but my box won't recognize it. Am I missing something? It just says command not recognized. I've downloaded and I am trying to run this file.

Re: scroll mouse

2003-02-25 Thread Asenchi
Brian, You need to set 'moused_enable=NO' or just comment it out. Then find your mouse in dmesg: %dmesg | grep psm #if it is ps2 You will also need to set your XF86Config file similar to: Section InputDevice Identifier Mouse0 Driver mouse Option Protocol auto Option Device

Windows and Dos apps in Freebsd Console

2003-02-25 Thread Steven Lake
HI all. Curiousity question. Is there a tool similar to Wine that will run windows and dos based console apps under freebsd? I think I saw something like that not too long ago, so I just wanted to ask to be sure. Thanks. To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe

Re: scroll mouse

2003-02-25 Thread Brian Henning
[snip] thanks for all the input. I will give it a try. i am pretty sure i can get it working from here. Brian To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-questions in the body of the message

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Re: MRTG and aliased IP's

2003-02-25 Thread Philip Hallstrom
You could run ipfw (firewall) on that box and setup some count rules that count the packets to and from individual ip addresses... then setup a script to do an ipfw show ... and extract the pieces of information you want. Feed that into mrtg using it's external command stuff... -philip On Tue,

Re: Windows and Dos apps in Freebsd Console

2003-02-25 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Tue, Feb 25, 2003 at 01:44:43PM -0600, Steven Lake wrote: HI all. Curiousity question. Is there a tool similar to Wine that will run windows and dos based console apps under freebsd? I think I saw something like that not too long ago, so I just wanted to ask to be sure. Thanks.

Re: Concerns about your 403 errors

2003-02-25 Thread Joshua Lokken
Very well said. --- -- Joshua Lokken FreeBSD: The Power to Serve! [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Tue, 25 Feb 2003 15:22:16 Bill Moran wrote: Dear Mysterious Unnamed Tech Support Person, I frequently donate time to the FreeBSD project by answering questions on the

Re: Is Apache+Perl behaving correctly? Am I insane?

2003-02-25 Thread Kirk Strauser
At 2003-02-25T17:36:34Z, Matthew Seaman [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: The problem is the getlogin(2) call. getlogin(2) tells you who the current user logged in as, which, given intervening calls to functions like setruid(3), setuid(2) or seteuid(2) is not necessarily the same thing as the uid

majordomo@FreeBSD.org rejecting messages from certain MUAs

2003-02-25 Thread Nathan J. Yoder
Whenever I send a message to [EMAIL PROTECTED] I get the error: 550 Error: Message content rejected After some experimentation I found out that my mail was being rejected on be basis of my X-Mailer header which is: X-Mailer: The Bat! (v1.62 Christmas Edition) Educational I also tried:

saving port settings (Was: stupid question)

2003-02-25 Thread Mike Meyer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Antoine Jacoutot [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed: First, next time choose a better subect. Nearly every original post is a question. I am sure it is a common question, but I can't find the answer: - how can I save my defined settings when building a port ? Putting them in

Re: Input on solution to temporary routing

2003-02-25 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Morten Grunnet Buhl [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: opensesamy 192.168.0.2 ftp which would then temporary route outside ftp connections to 192.168.0.2. You could do something like this, but it wouldn't work for more than one inside box at a time. As far as the rest of the world is concerned,

Re: rfd0 fd0

2003-02-25 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Brian Henning [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: what is the difference between these two devices? None: $ ls -l /dev/fd0 /dev/rfd0 crw-r- 18 root operator9, 0 Feb 13 21:53 /dev/fd0 crw-r- 18 root operator9, 0 Feb 13 21:53 /dev/rfd0 $ To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL

/dev/fd0.1680

2003-02-25 Thread Brian Henning
Hello, /dev/fd0.1200 /dev/fd0.1440 /dev/fd0.1720 /dev/fd0.640/dev/fd0.800 /dev/fd0.1232 /dev/fd0.1480 /dev/fd0.360/dev/fd0.720/dev/fd0.820 i see all these devices, but i don't see /dev/fd0.1680, is there a way to create this device? thanks, brian To Unsubscribe: send mail

Re: majordomo@FreeBSD.org rejecting messages from certain MUAs

2003-02-25 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Tue, Feb 25, 2003 at 01:19:19PM -0800, Nathan J. Yoder wrote: Whenever I send a message to [EMAIL PROTECTED] I get the error: 550 Error: Message content rejected Problems of this nature should be sent to postmaster@ Kris pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: freebsd 5.0 + monitor settings

2003-02-25 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2003-02-25 13:08, Richard morris [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I was wondering is it possible or if i can change the refresh rate on XF86Config file. I've seen a line in the file that says vertrefresh 50 - 120 i was wondering if i can just have one value there and if that would change my refresh

Re: stupid question

2003-02-25 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2003-02-25 19:43, Antoine Jacoutot [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am sure it is a common question, but I can't find the answer: - how can I save my defined settings when building a port? Putting them in /etc/make.conf does not seem to work. Why not? What did you put in /etc/make.conf? I just

Re: saving port settings (Was: stupid question)

2003-02-25 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
First, next time choose a better subect. Nearly every original post is a question. Sorry about this. Use portupgrade, from the ports tree. Then you can do portupgrade imapd to update it, and it'll look in $(PREFIX)/etc/pkgtools.conf to see what settings you want to use. Hum I can't find

Re: stupid question

2003-02-25 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Tuesday 25 February 2003 20:51, Giorgos Keramidas wrote: Putting them in /etc/make.conf does not seem to work. Why not? What did you put in /etc/make.conf? Well, besides some settings, I put WITH_DRAC=yes... I just tried rebuiding textproc/ispell with ISPELL_FR=yes in my make.conf

Re: saving port settings (Was: stupid question)

2003-02-25 Thread Mike Meyer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Antoine Jacoutot [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed: Use portupgrade, from the ports tree. Then you can do portupgrade imapd to update it, and it'll look in $(PREFIX)/etc/pkgtools.conf to see what settings you want to use. Hum I can't find anything to resolve my problem within

cons25 or vt100

2003-02-25 Thread Brian Henning
is there a veriable set on login that can tell me weather i am logged in on as vt100 or cons25? is there anyway to tell? thanks, brian To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-questions in the body of the message

Re: saving port settings (Was: stupid question)

2003-02-25 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Tuesday 25 February 2003 23:37, Mike Meyer wrote: # e.g.: # MAKE_ARGS = { # 'databases/mysql323-*' = 'WITH_CHARSET=ujis', # } That looks like exactly what you're looking for. Sorry, I didn't see it... Well, this is great ;-) It only work for portupgrade though, right ?

Re: cons25 or vt100

2003-02-25 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2003-02-25 16:40, Brian Henning [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: is there a veriable set on login that can tell me weather i am logged in on as vt100 or cons25? is there anyway to tell? Try the following shell command: echo $TERM The TERM variable is always[1] set to your current terminal

Re: cons25 or vt100

2003-02-25 Thread Brian Henning
here is my result. [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~ echo $TERM xterm i think the term should come up as vt100 not xterm. why does this happen? cheers, brian - Original Message - From: Giorgos Keramidas [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Brian Henning [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday,

Re: cons25 or vt100

2003-02-25 Thread Jens Rehsack
Brian Henning wrote: here is my result. [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~ echo $TERM xterm i think the term should come up as vt100 not xterm. why does this happen? 1st: Do not toppost 2nd: There is a file, /etc/termcap, which contains almost each valid terminal type, vt100 as well as cons25 as well as

Re: cons25 or vt100

2003-02-25 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2003-02-25 16:52, Brian Henning [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: here is my result. [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~ echo $TERM xterm You're obviously using this command in an X11 terminal window. It is correctly set to xterm. i think the term should come up as vt100 not xterm. why does this happen? No,

dump: skewed I/O, why?

2003-02-25 Thread Christian Weisgerber
During a dump(8) of a filesystem on da0 to a holding file on da1, with nothing else going on, iostat(8) reports figures such as these: da0 da1 cd0 cd1 KB/t tps MB/s KB/t tps MB/s KB/t tps MB/s KB/t tps MB/s 64.00 148 9.28 64.00

Re: saving port settings (Was: stupid question)

2003-02-25 Thread Philip Hallstrom
# e.g.: # MAKE_ARGS = { # 'databases/mysql323-*' = 'WITH_CHARSET=ujis', # } That looks like exactly what you're looking for. Sorry, I didn't see it... Well, this is great ;-) It only work for portupgrade though, right ? There's no other place to save those args...

Re: dump: skewed I/O, why?

2003-02-25 Thread Daxbert
Quoting Christian Weisgerber [EMAIL PROTECTED]: During a dump(8) of a filesystem on da0 to a holding file on da1, with nothing else going on, iostat(8) reports figures such as these: da0 da1 cd0 cd1 KB/t tps MB/s KB/t tps MB/s KB/t

Re: cons25 or vt100

2003-02-25 Thread Lars Eighner
On Tue, 25 Feb 2003, Brian Henning wrote: is there a veriable set on login that can tell me weather i am logged in on as vt100 or cons25? is there anyway to tell? thanks, brian To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-questions in the body of the message

video recording

2003-02-25 Thread kitsune
Has any one had any luck at recording video in freebsd? /me has not had any luck with fxtv To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-questions in the body of the message

ipfw rule placement

2003-02-25 Thread Joshua Lokken
Hello, Primary harddisk failed on my 4.7-release gateway (ipfw+natd) box last weekend, and I had not backed things up properly. Attached is my ipfw ruleset. After the rebuild, I rewrote things from memory. When I remove the default deny rule from the list, nat works fine, port redirections

Fwd: ipfw rule placement

2003-02-25 Thread Joshua Lokken
- Forwarded Message - DATE: Tue, 25 Feb 2003 16:06:22 From: Joshua Lokken [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Questions [EMAIL PROTECTED] Hello, Primary harddisk failed on my 4.7-release gateway (ipfw+natd) box last weekend, and I had not backed things up properly. Attached is my ipfw

Re: Fwd: ipfw rule placement

2003-02-25 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2003-02-25 16:09, Joshua Lokken [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: When I remove the default deny rule from the list, nat works fine, port redirections and all, but with the deny rule in place, nat isn't working, so I'm thinking I have a rule in the wrong place. Can anyone point out any obvious

Re: Fwd: ipfw rule placement

2003-02-25 Thread Joshua Lokken
On Wed, 26 Feb 2003 02:25:12 Giorgos Keramidas wrote: On 2003-02-25 16:09, Joshua Lokken [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: When I remove the default deny rule from the list, nat works fine, port redirections and all, but with the deny rule in place, nat isn't working, so I'm thinking I have a rule

Re: dump: skewed I/O, why?

2003-02-25 Thread Christian Weisgerber
Daxbert [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It might be helpful to know what argument you're passing to dump and how you are redirecting the output. Nothing exciting there: $ dump -0a -C 8 -f /holding/foo /foo -- Christian naddy Weisgerber [EMAIL PROTECTED] To Unsubscribe:

Invalid partition error after install

2003-02-25 Thread Chris Miller
It seems everytime I install on a scsi disk without the boot manager option (i.e. it's a single OS machine), I cannot boot the system after install. I have to create a fixit disk and install the boot manager in order to use the system. I've seen various complaints in the email archives about boot

pthreads compile fails on alpha

2003-02-25 Thread Joakim Lundborg
I'm trying to compile pthreads 2.0-0 from ports on an AlphaServer 5/400 running FreeBSD 5.0. (Pthreads is needed for php4) I get this error ./configure:Error: decision on mandatory system headers and functions failed. What should I do to help make decide? -- Joakim Lundborg [EMAIL PROTECTED]

question

2003-02-25 Thread matrix
I had installed the ports with sysinstall but how do I can start them loll thank you for your answer To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-questions in the body of the message

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