Re: XDM on multiple virutal X screens ( ALT-F9,ALT-F10...)

2003-02-28 Thread User Tysken
Hi, On Fri, Feb 28, 2003 at 10:09:24AM +1030, Malcolm Kay wrote: Noticed this, out of curiosity decided to try it. OK. This list is a good place to lurk on and read the topics that find intresting. Then forgot second X display was installed and next time the machine was started did not

Re: Very strange behavior of ls user groups

2003-02-28 Thread Unix Tools
Hi, In every virtualhost please try the User directive. User USERNAME And enable apache suexec. This is the most secured way to run apache. Cheers - Original Message - From: Dmitry Popov [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, February 28, 2003 05:18 AM Subject: Very

Re: font problems

2003-02-28 Thread Igor Pokrovsky
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Didn't you forget #pw usermod uid -L french-class-name? No. I've done that, otherwise it there will be no sense to add entry to login.conf. -Original Message- From: Igor Pokrovsky [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, February 27, 2003 11:53 AM To:

Re: XDM on multiple virutal X screens ( ALT-F9,ALT-F10...)

2003-02-28 Thread User Tysken
Hi, Adding the other entry to XServers does not have anything to do with running it on multiple monitors. There are three connectivity sections to every X window. Adding a line to Xservers (to my knowlege) does not have anything to do with running on two different monitors in a

Re: SCSI emulation of ATAPI CDROM

2003-02-28 Thread Shantanu Mahajan
on http://www.cuivre.fr.eu.org/~thomas/atapicam/, found out the .diff files. But don't have sys/dev/ata/atapi-cam.c file. Here's the output of ls. ls /usr/src/sys/dev/ata/ ata-all.c ata-disk.hata-raid.catapi-cd.c atapi-tape.c

Re: hpijs -- mostly solved

2003-02-28 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Thursday 27 February 2003 19:39, Wayne Lubin wrote: When I want to print something I just convert it to post script and feed it to gs which knows how to talk to printers. Read the gs man page to see how to do it. I think I have found the problem about hpijs... For a reason I don't know, all

Re: Do sorted messages exist?

2003-02-28 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2003-02-27 21:26, ch [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Like you I just signed up and was amazed at how much mail this list genereated. After some googeling, I found that procmail and mutt was the answer. Have a look at http://www.ii.com/internet/robots/procmail/qs/ A procmail recipe with [EMAIL

df outpout inconsistancy on a large filesystem...

2003-02-28 Thread Peter Losher
So I have a 440GB partition set up on a server I am building, and I am experiencing a problem where I am getting inconsistent df output for that partition: # du -k /disk1 960552 /disk1 #df -k /disk1 Filesystem1K-blocks Used Avail Capacity Mounted on /dev/twed0s1f 4416943921256

Question about divert in ipfw2 on 5.0 release

2003-02-28 Thread denb
I write program simular to natd, witch receives packets at divert port X. Question: On ipfw1 (FreeBSD 4.7) this rules work excellent: ipfw add divert X from any to any Y ipfw add divert X from any Y to any We're diverting all received and sended packets (from\to port Y) to divert port X. But

Re: SCSI emulation of ATAPI CDROM

2003-02-28 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Fri, Feb 28, 2003 at 11:41:02AM +0200, Willie Viljoen wrote: First two lines of atapicam-20020820.diff: --- /dev/null Mon Aug 19 21:34:21 2002 +++ sys/dev/ata/atapi-cam.c Mon Aug 12 22:08:00 2002 This means that applying the patch should create atapi-cam.c. Try applying from

Bison

2003-02-28 Thread bsd
Hi all! I am trying to 'make' the bison port, but it keeps failing. Has anyone experienced this problem? I have retried after cvsup every day this week, so - yes - my sources are up to date. Here's the last bit of the output: === Making all in doc

problems with getting through firewall using CVSup

2003-02-28 Thread Igor Pokrovsky
Hello, I'm in despair. I cannot get past firewall to update my sources and ports of FreeBSD. At least it seems to me that this is a firewall problem. I tried to use all options with -P. Nothing happends, every time cvsup writes after quite a long pause, that connection to server refused. It is

unlockpt (pts?) problem

2003-02-28 Thread Jacob Jan Beukema
Hello, I recently started using FreeBSD. I have some years of experience with several Linux-es. Now I have been installing FreeBSD 5.0 and configured and updated it so far that it works rather well on my system. But I have one annoying problem (annoying because i have been trying everything to

FreeBSD Threads?

2003-02-28 Thread Aaron Walker
Does FreeBSD support POSIX threads? I was reading R. Steven's UNIX Network Programming last night at work, and he stated that 4.4BSD did not support threads, so I was just wondering if FBSD did.. I hope so. Now that I have my firewall setup, I'm ready to do some coding in FBSD. Please let me

Ezonics EZCam Pro USB

2003-02-28 Thread Alistair Phillips
Hi all, I've got a USB based WebCam made by Ezonics . When I plug the USB device into my system (4.8PRE-RELEASE) the following information comes up: ugen0: vendor 0x052b product 0xd001, rev 1.00/1.00, addr 3 I've searched www.yourvote.com/pci and it says that that particular vendor is

Best way to log from several servers

2003-02-28 Thread Thomas von Hassel
We have a few servers and we are getting tired of having to log into each of them to check the logfile. (like tail -f /var/somelog) Is there a way to log things like /var/log/messages and /var/log/maillog to one central logging server ? /thomas -- Thomas von Hassel Vermø Gruppen ApS Tlf.: 70

Re: FreeBSD Threads?

2003-02-28 Thread Ruben de Groot
On Fri, Feb 28, 2003 at 06:39:40AM -0500, Aaron Walker typed: Does FreeBSD support POSIX threads? I was reading R. Steven's UNIX Network Programming last night at work, and he stated that 4.4BSD did not support threads, so I was just wondering if FBSD did.. I hope so. It does. See man 3

Re: Best way to log from several servers

2003-02-28 Thread Thomas von Hassel
On Friday, February 28, 2003, at 01:32 PM, Rus Foster wrote: On Fri, 28 Feb 2003, Thomas von Hassel wrote: We have a few servers and we are getting tired of having to log into each of them to check the logfile. (like tail -f /var/somelog) Is there a way to log things like /var/log/messages and

Re: can't get to ATA133 (Addendum to previous post)

2003-02-28 Thread Len Conrad
ad4: DMA limited to UDMA33, non-ATA66 cable or device ad6: DMA limited to UDMA33, non-ATA66 cable or device This is because the cblid bit in the disks indicate that the disk doesn't see the right cable (or rather the right signals it tests for). Since I dont have a dmesg from the system I

Re: can't get to ATA133 (Addendum to previous post)

2003-02-28 Thread Soeren Schmidt
It seems Len Conrad wrote: ad4: DMA limited to UDMA33, non-ATA66 cable or device ad6: DMA limited to UDMA33, non-ATA66 cable or device This is because the cblid bit in the disks indicate that the disk doesn't see the right cable (or rather the right signals it tests for). Since I

Re: df outpout inconsistancy on a large filesystem...

2003-02-28 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Fri, Feb 28, 2003 at 01:38:49AM -0800, Peter Losher wrote: So I have a 440GB partition set up on a server I am building, and I am experiencing a problem where I am getting inconsistent df output for that partition: # du -k /disk1 960552 /disk1 #df -k /disk1 Filesystem1K-blocks

Re: HELP 3Ware Escalade 7000-2 raid controller

2003-02-28 Thread Peter Elsner
The first time I used a 3-Ware I had similar problems. Switching out various hardware (motherboard, cpu, memory, etc) didn't seem to have an effect. Only after deleting the array and re-creating it did it start to work. I have since used a 3Ware card in 10 different machines and have not had any

Re: Best way to log from several servers

2003-02-28 Thread Peter Elsner
You could write a Perl script to parse them and email them to you ... That's what I did for about 14 of my customers... I get an email daily that emails me the logs. You could take that a step further and have them FTP'd to a central server instead and then write another script to go through

Re: Bison

2003-02-28 Thread Kent Stewart
On Friday 28 February 2003 02:33 am, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all! I am trying to 'make' the bison port, but it keeps failing. Has anyone experienced this problem? I have retried after cvsup every day this week, so - yes - my sources are up to date. Here's the last bit of the output:

Re: Best way to log from several servers

2003-02-28 Thread Roger 'Rocky' Vetterberg
Thomas von Hassel wrote: On Friday, February 28, 2003, at 01:32 PM, Rus Foster wrote: you want to tweak /etc/syslogd.conf. You can log to remote machine using something like *.* @loghost.domain.com You might have to configure the firewall/remote syslog to accept the connections. Also if there is

Re: Bison

2003-02-28 Thread Kent Stewart
On Friday 28 February 2003 06:43 am, Jack L. Stone wrote: At 06:20 AM 2.28.2003 -0800, Kent Stewart wrote: On Friday 28 February 2003 02:33 am, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all! I am trying to 'make' the bison port, but it keeps failing. Has anyone experienced this problem? I have

Re: problems with getting through firewall using CVSup

2003-02-28 Thread Edmond Baroud
I've had the same situation here and I couldn't convince our security team to open 5999 for my cvsups. I do have ssh (22tcp) open, and a box at home, on which I setup xinetd to accept connections on localhost:5999 = cvsup7.freebsd.org:5999 added cvsup7.freebsd.org as alias to my localhost in

Re: Ezonics EZCam Pro USB

2003-02-28 Thread Daan Vreeken [PA4DAN]
On Friday 28 February 2003 13:21, Alistair Phillips wrote: Hi all, I've got a USB based WebCam made by Ezonics . When I plug the USB device into my system (4.8PRE-RELEASE) the following information comes up: ugen0: vendor 0x052b product 0xd001, rev 1.00/1.00, addr 3 The device IS listed

Re: problems with getting through firewall using CVSup

2003-02-28 Thread Edmond Baroud
or u can change ur cvsupfile's host to *default host=localhost of course :) Ed. Quoting Edmond Baroud ([EMAIL PROTECTED]): I've had the same situation here and I couldn't convince our security team to open 5999 for my cvsups. I do have ssh (22tcp) open, and a box at home, on which I setup

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2003-02-28 Thread Jordi
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Re: Do sorted messages exist?

2003-02-28 Thread Mike Meyer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed: On Tuesday, I subscribed to the e-mail version of freebsd-questions. Because it generated messages at the rate of about two per minute all day long, and I received them on my employer's computer, and just the amount of time it took to delete the

Re: Very strange behavior of ls user groups

2003-02-28 Thread Mike Meyer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Dmitry Popov [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed: I've got some odd problems with FreeBSD 4.5: It really is best to limit yourself to one problem per message, with an appropriate subject. 1. invocation of ls -l or other programs like tar tvzf, that seems to be use the same output

Re: /dist and /modules.old

2003-02-28 Thread Mike Meyer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Thanos Tsouanas [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed: Hello everyone.. Anyone knows why those two dirs ( /dist and /modules.old ) exist? /modules.old is created as part of the kernel installation process as a place to back up your old modules so you can recover from a failed kernel

NATs/Firewall help

2003-02-28 Thread Christopher Blanchard
I am a system administrator at a small private school in the California mountains. I recently acquired a DSL connection and would like to share it with the faculty and staff using NATs. I put up a 4.7 stable dual-homed box (AJAX), rebuilt the kernel with IPFIREWALL,

Re: hpijs -- mostly solved

2003-02-28 Thread Mike Meyer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Antoine Jacoutot [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed: For a reason I don't know, all I have in driver/ijs/ is: APOLLO_P-22, Apollo-2500-2600, DESKJET_350, DESKJET_600, DESKJET_610, DESKJET_630, DESKJET_810, DESKJET_825, DESKJET_920, DESKJET_960, PHOTOSMART_100. [...] And now, it

Re: hpijs -- mostly solved

2003-02-28 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Selon Mike Meyer [EMAIL PROTECTED]: And now, it works with no problem. I'm sure that if I choosed at first to use DESKJET_920 and not DESKJET_970, it would have worked out of the box. ..correction... it does not work (as good as it should). Comparing printing with apsfilter and

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

2003-02-28 Thread David Radovanovic
Hello, Searched everywhere which lead me to a prior posting about a similar problem. My file system is filling up again, but in different places. I initiated a rscync script that runs via cron which coincidently ran just before my system filling up. I'm sure the answer is obvious to anyone but

sendmail on more then one box with nat

2003-02-28 Thread Jeremy
Dear all I have a setup like this A ||| B C Server A has a real IP and servers B C have 192.168 addresses each server needs to process its own /etc/mail/access table eg mail bound for [EMAIL PROTECTED] uses the /etc/mail/access on

Re: [Re: Buildworld problem]

2003-02-28 Thread HiTech Creations Support
My apologies. I had responded to the wrong address. - Original Message - From: Jacques A. Vidrine [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: HiTech Creations Support [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, February 28, 2003 10:26 AM Subject: Fwd: [Re: Buildworld problem] This belongs on

Re: winmodem in freebsd?

2003-02-28 Thread Dan Pelleg
Ron Andreasen [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Okay, first of all forget how a winmodem will use extra cpu cycles and all that... In linux I've found drivers for my Agere internal winmodem and it works great. Can the same be done in FreeBSD? I haven't been able to find such drivers so far, but

Java on FreeBSD?

2003-02-28 Thread Sam Post
Hello, I've been trying to get Matlab to work on FreeBSD for a few days now, but I'm not sure if the error is in the FreeBSD implementation of Java or in Matlab itself. Matlab is technically not supposed to run on FreeBSD but I've been to websites where people claim they have it running via

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

2003-02-28 Thread David Radovanovic
My file system loooks like this: name# du -kx / | sort -nr | head -20 127117 / 73658 /backupvar 73620 /backupvar/db 71522 /backupvar/db/mysql 18416 /root 17932 /root/.cpan 12228 /sbin 10944 /root/.cpan/build 5480/modules.old 5480/modules 4142/root/.cpan/sources 4094

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

2003-02-28 Thread David Radovanovic
Thanks for your reply: name# du -s -h * 6.0KCOPYRIGHT 2.0Kbackup 2.0Kbackuptmp 2.0Gbackupusr 72Mbackupvar 4.0Mbin 542Kboot 2.0Kcdrom 0Bcompat 68Kdev 2.0Kdist 1.2Metc 2.0Kfdd 0Bhome 3.6Mkernel 0Bkernel.old 2.0Kmnt 5.4M

Re: Java on FreeBSD?

2003-02-28 Thread Adam
On Fri, 2003-02-28 at 12:21, Sam Post wrote: Hello, I've been trying to get Matlab to work on FreeBSD for a few days now, but I'm not sure if the error is in the FreeBSD implementation of Java or in Matlab itself. Matlab is technically not supposed to run on FreeBSD but I've been to

Disklabel auto allocate script

2003-02-28 Thread Richard
hey i am trying to create a script to automatically detect the size of a drive,run fdisk then disklabel and allocate the partitions in a similar way to the sysinstall disklabel program, but i can't seem to find any documentation to help. the script is for a boot disk that will set up all the

Re: single user mode

2003-02-28 Thread Mike Meyer
Since nobody else stepped forward with an answer, I'll try In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Cliff Sarginson [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed: No I can think of kludgy ways to do this, but I want to know the way it should be done. How can you tell from with a shell script whether you are in single-user mode or

Monitoring disk activity?

2003-02-28 Thread Mike Harding
I have disk access on my machine every 2 seconds, is there a way to figure out which process is the guilty one? Also, I have another drive which I let spin down - it spins up occasionally, I don't know why. I would like to figure out what program(s) are accessing the other disk. This is on

Re: Best way to log from several servers

2003-02-28 Thread Rus Foster
On Fri, 28 Feb 2003, Thomas von Hassel wrote: On Friday, February 28, 2003, at 01:32 PM, Rus Foster wrote: ok, that would take care of the sending side, what about the receiving side ? /thomas The server side just need a syslogd running with the appropiate -a flages See man syslogd

Re: natd

2003-02-28 Thread Roger 'Rocky' Vetterberg
Brian Henning wrote: My local network (192.168.1.0) consists of three machine BSD1 (192.168.1.40) and BSD2 (192.168.1.42). Both of these machines use gateway/router (BSD3) 192.168.1.254 to access the internet. All of these machine are connected to a switch locally. BSD3 connects to my isp and

Configuring sound

2003-02-28 Thread desmond james
I need help configuring my sound. I was using the freeBSD hand book accomplish this task. I have on board sound, and added the option: options PNPBIOS into the kernel, as the handbook said, and restarted my system. The kernel loaded but I had no sound. When I start X, KDE gives me the

Re: df outpout inconsistancy on a large filesystem...

2003-02-28 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Matthew Seaman [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On Fri, Feb 28, 2003 at 01:38:49AM -0800, Peter Losher wrote: So I have a 440GB partition set up on a server I am building, and I am experiencing a problem where I am getting inconsistent df output for that partition: # du -k /disk1 960552

Re: NATs/Firewall help

2003-02-28 Thread Roger 'Rocky' Vetterberg
Christopher Blanchard wrote: I am a system administrator at a small private school in the California mountains. I recently acquired a DSL connection and would like to share it with the faculty and staff using NATs. I put up a 4.7 stable dual-homed box (AJAX), rebuilt the kernel with

Re: ATA RAID Suggestions / can't get to ATA133

2003-02-28 Thread Soeren Schmidt
It seems Len Conrad wrote: False alert! On a hint from Soeren Schmidt, we looked at the Promise ATA cables. The 1U box integrator had reversed the cable, controller-end to disk, and disk-end to controller. With great difficulty, due to the cable routing having the middle ATA

Re: full/half duplex

2003-02-28 Thread Cliff Sarginson
On Thu, Feb 27, 2003 at 11:37:19PM -, Chris Phillips wrote: Aaron wrote: - I have a 3Com 3c900-Combo and ifconfig is reporting that it was in half-duplex mode, so I booted up my 3com dos utility book disk and checked and it was at half-duplex so I changed it to full. ifconfig is still

Re: Where did I go wrong?

2003-02-28 Thread Dancho Penev
On Fri, Feb 28, 2003 at 12:56:56PM -0500, Sam Drinkard wrote: Date: Fri, 28 Feb 2003 12:56:56 -0500 From: Sam Drinkard [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Where did I go wrong? For some time, I've been seeing all these entries in my console log, the dmesg, and in the security logs.

Sendmail - blackhole da spam?

2003-02-28 Thread Steve Warwick
Hey All, I seem to be getting more spam lately and in an effort to protect my clients I use a catch all in the the virtuser table @domain-name.ext error:nouser However, this is resulting in more traffic as the spam needs to be bounced back out, to a server that refuses the mail and so on.

Upgrade to 4.7 possible?

2003-02-28 Thread Steve Warwick
Hi again, I am looking at (finally) upgrading from 4.3 to 4.7 and before I dive in, has anyone had the pleasure of doing this? Did it go OK? Are there any gotchas to watch out for? Suggestions and upgrade experiences welocome :) Steve To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with

atapicam in 4.8-PRERELEASE

2003-02-28 Thread Edmond Baroud
Hi all, I needed to install a parallel CDRW on my box, so I updated my source to 4.8-PRE and recompiled (didnt go with the patch for 4.x). I am running into a very strange behaviour where my regular CDROM is being detected at boot time as always /dev/acd0 AND again as cd0. I am unable to

Re: /dist and /modules.old

2003-02-28 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Fri, Feb 28, 2003 at 10:39:51AM -0600, Mike Meyer wrote: /dist is probably (- means I'm not sure) leftover from the installation process. It may be used by /stand/sysinstall to mount things if you run that. I don't think /dist is used by FreeBSD at all. It was probably created by hand or

recover /etc/passwd from pwd.db

2003-02-28 Thread Matthias Buelow
Hi folks, after the latest crash of 5.0-p2/i386, my /etc/passwd and /etc/master.passwd are trashed (I used chsh just before the crash). My user line is missing in passwd, and the master.passwd file is just binary garbage. pwd.db and spwd.db however seem to be ok. How can I recover the text files

Re: kernel compile woes

2003-02-28 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Fri, Feb 28, 2003 at 01:13:31PM -0500, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've managed to bork something up badly... First off, I had earlier today upgrade my src tree with this supfile: *default host=cvsup11.FreeBSD.org *default base=/usr *default prefix=/usr *default release=cvs tag=.

Re: Upgrade to 4.7 possible?

2003-02-28 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Fri, Feb 28, 2003 at 11:38:11AM -0800, Steve Warwick wrote: Hi again, I am looking at (finally) upgrading from 4.3 to 4.7 and before I dive in, has anyone had the pleasure of doing this? Did it go OK? Are there any gotchas to watch out for? Suggestions and upgrade experiences welocome

Re: MAINTAINER for /usr/src/bin/rm

2003-02-28 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Fri, Feb 28, 2003 at 01:51:07PM -0600, Shane Kinney wrote: Hello. You know, usually each Makefile for something has a MAINTAINER line inside of it. As specified in this document: http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/developers-handbook/policies.html#POLICIES-MAINTAINER

Re: /dist and /modules.old

2003-02-28 Thread Mike Meyer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Kris Kennaway [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed: On Fri, Feb 28, 2003 at 10:39:51AM -0600, Mike Meyer wrote: /dist is probably (- means I'm not sure) leftover from the installation process. It may be used by /stand/sysinstall to mount things if you run that. I don't think /dist

build world

2003-02-28 Thread Shantanu Mahajan
Hi! maybe this is very silly question, but I can't find the answer of it. Following is what I tried. I had 4.7R installed. Got the miniiso of 5.0R. Using this miniiso installed the sources. Now tried to build world with the help of

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

2003-02-28 Thread David Radovanovic
Stephen, Since /backupvar is actually another drive and given my filesystem, where would you suggest? 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

Re: build world

2003-02-28 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Sat, Mar 01, 2003 at 02:14:26AM +0530, Shantanu Mahajan wrote: Hi! maybe this is very silly question, but I can't find the answer of it. Following is what I tried. I had 4.7R installed. Got the miniiso of 5.0R. Using this miniiso installed the sources.

Re: gnome2 sawfish on Freebsd 5.0

2003-02-28 Thread Joe Marcus Clarke
On Fri, 2003-02-28 at 15:14, Radhika Sambamurti wrote: I am running freebsd 5.0. Gnome2 installed and starts up fine. But everytime i try and start sawfish, i get the following error: sawfish: your X server doesn't suppot the SHAPE extension; aborting I am running XFree86-4.2.0_1,1

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

2003-02-28 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2003-02-28 12:06, David Radovanovic [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, Searched everywhere which lead me to a prior posting about a similar problem. My file system is filling up again, but in different places. Thank you for looking at the archives first. Honestly, thanks :-) I initiated a

Re: Configuring sound

2003-02-28 Thread desmond james
This is a fairly recent FreeBSD? The instructions you quote sound quite old. I'm running 4.7 and I thought I had a recent version of the handbook. I'll try give it a try and let you know. From: David Kelly [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: desmond james [EMAIL PROTECTED] CC: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject:

Updating parts of the system..

2003-02-28 Thread Stephen Hoover
I was wondering if it was feasible to update just parts of the FreeBSD system without updating the whole thing...for instance the recent OpenSSL update - is it possible to update just OpenSSL on say a FreeBSD 4.3 box without updating the whole system? From what I have read it doesn't look to be

Re: Updating parts of the system..

2003-02-28 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Fri, Feb 28, 2003 at 03:33:21PM -0600, Stephen Hoover wrote: I was wondering if it was feasible to update just parts of the FreeBSD system without updating the whole thing...for instance the recent OpenSSL update - is it possible to update just OpenSSL on say a FreeBSD 4.3 box without

nat 'partially' working

2003-02-28 Thread Joshua Lokken
Hello I have ipfw+natd running on a 4.7p6 gateway. After fooling around with firewall rules a bit, I now have ssh port redirection from outside working, but cannot http or vnc in. All port redirections were working fine on a previous setup, but my firewall ruleset has changed some, and not all

Re: Configuring sound

2003-02-28 Thread David Kelly
On Fri, Feb 28, 2003 at 09:17:19PM +, desmond james wrote: This is a fairly recent FreeBSD? The instructions you quote sound quite old. I'm running 4.7 and I thought I had a recent version of the handbook. I'll try give it a try and let you know. Still didn't say anything about what

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

2003-02-28 Thread Stephen Hovey
its a backup of a different drive you mean or the /var partition of that same drive? Your backupusr partition is chubby - that would get my vote unless thats the same physical drive your tryin to get a backup of.. On Fri, 28 Feb 2003, David Radovanovic wrote: Stephen, Since /backupvar is

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disabling inetd sendmail

2003-02-28 Thread Aaron Walker
I am trying to disable inetd and sendmail so that they do not start up when my router/firewall boots up. I have the following in /etc/rc.conf but it doesnt do any good: inetd_enable=NO sendmail_enable=NO how do I go about disabling these? thanks, Aaron To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL

Re: disabling inetd sendmail

2003-02-28 Thread Mike Meyer
In [EMAIL PROTECTED], Aaron Walker [EMAIL PROTECTED] typed: I am trying to disable inetd and sendmail so that they do not start up when my router/firewall boots up. I have the following in /etc/rc.conf but it doesnt do any good: inetd_enable=NO sendmail_enable=NO how do I go about disabling

FreeBSD 4.6 and funky IPF/IPNat problem.

2003-02-28 Thread Kirill Ponazdyr
Hi, We have a quite wierd problem which I would like to find an answer for, here is a schema of the network: Internet !1 Firewall A !2 - Intranet segment 1 - | !3 | | |

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

2003-02-28 Thread David Radovanovic
Thank you. The problem was that backupvar was within the / partition instead of having its own partition on the second (backup) hard drive. As so clearly explained by Giorgos. Thank you all for our time, patience and wisdom :) David Radovanovic WhatsTheBigIdea.com, Inc. -- Bright ideas for the

How to get best results from FreeBSD-questions

2003-02-28 Thread Greg Lehey
How to get the best results from FreeBSD questions. === Last update 28 January 2002, $Id: Howto-ask-questions,v 1.3 2003/01/28 00:26:41 grog Exp $ This is a regular posting to the FreeBSD questions mailing list. If you got it in answer to a

The Complete FreeBSD, second edition: errata and addenda

2003-02-28 Thread Greg Lehey
Errata and addenda for the Complete FreeBSD, second edition Last revision: 21 June 1999 The trouble with books is that you can't update them the way you can a web page or any other online documentation. The result is that most leading edge

The Complete FreeBSD, third edition: errata and addenda

2003-02-28 Thread Greg Lehey
Errata and addenda for the Complete FreeBSD, third edition Last revision: 2 August 1999 The trouble with books is that you can't update them the way you can a web page or any other online documentation. The result is that most leading edge

kernel panic question

2003-02-28 Thread kitsune
Would this be a problem with the hardware, kernel, or what? What is happening is I mount /dev/ad2s1e and them move files to it from /dev/ad0s1e. It will go nicely for a second or two then I will get a kernel panic. I also risk getting a kernel panic if /dev/ad2s1e is even mounted. I have had

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Re: Need install help please (still having problems)

2003-02-28 Thread Ron Andreasen
On an 80-conductor cable: Pri. Master: IBM 40GB drive, at highest UDMA mode Pri. Slave: Maxtor 20GB drive, at highest UDMA mode On a 40-conductor cable: Sec. Master: HP CD-Writer+ 9100i, PIO4 mode Sec. Slave: Liteon CD-ROM, PIO4 mode Well, I tried the configuration above

Re: kernel panic question

2003-02-28 Thread Greg 'groggy' Lehey
[Format recovered--see http://www.lemis.com/email/email-format.html] Single line paragraph. On Friday, 28 February 2003 at 16:07:55 -0600, kitsune wrote: Would this be a problem with the hardware, kernel, or what? What is happening is I mount /dev/ad2s1e and them move files to it from

OpenOffice problem with Portuguese accents

2003-02-28 Thread Hugo D. Valentim
Hi, I have compiled OpenOffice 1.0.2 using the ports (first the English and then the Portuguese one). Everything worked fine aparently. Afterwards I found out that I am unable to type very commum specific Portuguese accents such as ã ô é (absolutely nothing happens when I press the keys)

Re: kernel panic question

2003-02-28 Thread kitsune
If you want help with this kind of problem, you need to supply evidence. Otherwise people won't bother to help. We don't even know what version of FreeBSD you're talking about here. Sorry about that. FreeBSD 4.7 and did not have a pen and paper around at the time. In general, if you

sysiinstall questions

2003-02-28 Thread Marc Dodsworth
Hi If I'm using using the post install options to add packages, have moved away from the release version (e.g have cvsup 4.7) but want to take packages for stable, what do I put as the version name in Sysinstall? It's changed from 4.7-release to something I've just gone blank on and when it goes

Re: kernel panic question

2003-02-28 Thread Greg 'groggy' Lehey
On Friday, 28 February 2003 at 18:00:31 -0600, kitsune wrote: Don't count on a dump being enough. Check your log files for any messages which might help. And remember, the more work you do to help people help you, the more likely you are to get help. Where would I find those log files at?

Re: kernel panic question

2003-02-28 Thread kitsune
Where would I find those log files at? /var/log. Cool, I see there where no other dirs I was forget about then for logs. But after looking throught there there was nothing use any ways. Any ways since ye wanted proof, why I would care to fake it I do not know, I am inserting the out put

filesystem size

2003-02-28 Thread Jesse Geddis
What is the maximum filesystem/partition size on FreeBSD 4.7? Also, does this same limit apply to NFS mounts. Jesse Geddis http://www.sgeine.net/ To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-questions in the body of the message

Re: kernel panic question

2003-02-28 Thread nate
kitsune said: Any ways since ye wanted proof, why I would care to fake it I do not know, I am inserting the out put from dmesg... and after looking into kernel dumps, afaik that would be useless to me since from what little info I found has told me there is a nice chance I won't understant

Re: kernel panic question

2003-02-28 Thread Greg 'groggy' Lehey
[Format recovered--see http://www.lemis.com/email/email-format.html] Single line paragraphs. On Friday, 28 February 2003 at 19:03:03 -0600, kitsune wrote: Where would I find those log files at? /var/log. Cool, I see there where no other dirs I was forget about then for logs. But after

Re: kernel panic question

2003-02-28 Thread Greg 'groggy' Lehey
On Friday, 28 February 2003 at 22:11:15 -0800, nate wrote: kitsune said: Any ways since ye wanted proof, why I would care to fake it I do not know, I am inserting the out put from dmesg... and after looking into kernel dumps, afaik that would be useless to me since from what little info I

The best Cigar ever made, you must read this

2003-02-28 Thread Karen Dever R.
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Re: kernel panic question

2003-02-28 Thread nate
Greg groggy Lehey said: Logging the panic message isn't enough. We already had that at the start. oh, I didn't read the first messages :) nate To Unsubscribe: send mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED] with unsubscribe freebsd-questions in the body of the message

Re: kernel panic question

2003-02-28 Thread kitsune
On Sat, 1 Mar 2003 17:04:00 +1030 Greg 'groggy' Lehey [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [Format recovered--see http://www.lemis.com/email/email-format.html] Single line paragraphs. On Friday, 28 February 2003 at 19:03:03 -0600, kitsune wrote: Where would I find those log files at? /var/log.

Re: kernel panic question

2003-02-28 Thread kitsune
On Fri, 28 Feb 2003 22:11:15 -0800 (PST) nate [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: kitsune said: Any ways since ye wanted proof, why I would care to fake it I do not know, I am inserting the out put from dmesg... and after looking into kernel dumps, afaik that would be useless to me since from what

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