How to install freebsd on compaq server (smart array 624)

2003-06-19 Thread ittipol sodsongkrit
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Re: bad file descriptor

2003-06-19 Thread Sunil Sunder Raj
Hi, 1) First get the inode no of the file ls -li #pico29506# 2) find . -inum inode no -delete Regards SSR From: Jaime [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: bad file descriptor Date: Tue, 17 Jun 2003 09:06:10 -0400 (EDT) Can anyone explain this? It looks like I can't delete a

Re: what dose the command chflags used for ?

2003-06-19 Thread Supote Leelasupphakorn
Dear all, Because we have the command chmod for change the permissions of files so what does the command chflags used for and what suituation I must use it ? chflags is used to set system flags on files you don't want to be modified accidentally - most commonly the 'noschg' flag stops

Re: what dose the command chflags used for ?

2003-06-19 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Thu, Jun 19, 2003 at 07:46:39AM +0100, Supote Leelasupphakorn wrote: Dear all, Because we have the command chmod for change the permissions of files so what does the command chflags used for and what suituation I must use it ? chflags is used to set system flags on files

mount msdos partition with user id?

2003-06-19 Thread Zhang Le
Hello, I just move from linux to bsd and have a question on mounting partition with a specific user id. The following command does not work: root@:/home/zl/etc# mount -t msdos -o uid zl /dev/ad0s1 /d msdos: -o uid : option not supported but mount -t msdos /dev/ad0s1 /d works. I have

mozilla is started instead of genuine netscape while opening a newwindow

2003-06-19 Thread parv
Hi there, I have following installed... other names port program in $PATH in this message --- mozilla-1.4b,1mozilla

Re: NFS weirdness...

2003-06-19 Thread Matt
jle said: My new web server won't mount NFS from fstab on reboot. on NFSD: (/etc/exports) /home2 -maproot=0 -alldirs httpd on HTTPD: (/etc/fstab) NFSD:/home2 /home nfs rw,bg 0 0 manually mounting works mount NFSD:/home2 /home

installing FreeBSD 4.8

2003-06-19 Thread aringoy
Hi! I'm having problems installing FreeBSD 4.8. After the Kernel configuration page, the system hangs with these messages: ad0: [the-name-of-my-hd] at ata0 -master BIOSDMA ad1: READ command timeout tag=0 serv=0 -resetting ata0: resetting devices And that's it. The machine just sits there like

Re: /usr/ports/sysutils/vobcopy

2003-06-19 Thread Herbert
On Thu, Jun 19, 2003 at 12:04:42PM +0930, Wilkinson,Alex wrote: Hi, Does anyone know if it is possible to use vobcopy on a DVDROM mounted over nfs ? I have tryed this and keep getting this error: # mount_nfs hostname:/path/to/dvdrom # vobcopy -i /mnt You use -i. Normally this is

Re: mount msdos partition with user id?

2003-06-19 Thread Han Hwei Woo
It's been a while since I've done this, but if I remember correctly, you'll want to use -u rather than -o. Try 'man mount_msdos' and playing around with some of the options. - Original Message - From: Zhang Le [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, June 19, 2003 4:31 AM

Re: NFS weirdness...

2003-06-19 Thread jle
jle said: My new web server won't mount NFS from fstab on reboot. on NFSD: (/etc/exports) /home2 -maproot=0 -alldirs httpd on HTTPD: (/etc/fstab) NFSD:/home2 /home nfs rw,bg 0 0 manually mounting works mount NFSD:/home2 /home Works

Re: ping: sendto: No buffer space available

2003-06-19 Thread Loz
* Jaime [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2003-06-18 12:28]: On Wednesday, June 18, 2003, at 07:17 AM, Loz wrote: Sounds familiar - a friend had a Linux box cracked over the weekend... apparently russian script kiddies using a php gallery exploit. Sorry I don't have any more details, but I do know that in

Re: Mount My Creation

2003-06-19 Thread Stephen Hovey
On Wed, 18 Jun 2003, Peter Leftwich wrote: Ponder this... Why is it /etc/fstab and not /etc/mount.conf ?? File System Table - not all things in it are mounted Ponder this... Why does M$FT Windows have Created, Accessed, and Modified, while UNIX (beware of unresearched, wide-sweeping

Do I have an open relay?

2003-06-19 Thread Andreas Widerøe Andersen
Hi, I'm a bit nervous here. Recently I've started getting 20-25 mails to my Postmaster account on my FreeBSD 4.8RC server running Sendmail 8.12.8/8.12.8 each day with a message to Postmaster that the mail could not be delivered. In the daily run output from the server I see messages like

Re: Do I have an open relay?

2003-06-19 Thread Steven Wiltshire
Hello Andreas, You may have an open relay. What does your /etc/mail/access file look like? It should contain the networks or IP addresses you wish to be able to use your server to relay through. For example, mine looks similar to this: -- 10.0.0 RELAY

Re: Do I have an open relay?

2003-06-19 Thread Fernando Gleiser
On Thu, 19 Jun 2003, Andreas Widerøe Andersen wrote: Hi, I'm a bit nervous here. Recently I've started getting 20-25 mails to my Postmaster account on my FreeBSD 4.8RC server running Sendmail 8.12.8/8.12.8 each day with a message to Postmaster that the mail could not be delivered. Sendmail

Re: installing FreeBSD 4.8

2003-06-19 Thread Vulpes Velox
Could possible be a bad cable. I have had problems read time outs before and they where caused by a bad IDE cable. Try changing the cable setting to UDMA33, in the bios. On Thu, 19 Jun 2003 10:48:46 +0200 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi! I'm having problems installing FreeBSD 4.8. After the

FreeBSD - software raid

2003-06-19 Thread Moti Levy
Hi, before I do the unthinkable and use Linux for a server , I ask for your help. I have a set of 4 IDE drives . I need to build a file server that'll run samba/nfs I want to use all 4 drives as a raid 5 array and use the combined space for storage. is there a way to do it with FreeBSD ? I looked

Spamassassin question [was Re: Do I have an open relay?]

2003-06-19 Thread Andreas Widerøe Andersen
At 09:50 19.06.2003 -0300, Fernando Gleiser wrote: On Thu, 19 Jun 2003, Andreas Widerøe Andersen wrote: Hi, I'm a bit nervous here. Recently I've started getting 20-25 mails to my Postmaster account on my FreeBSD 4.8RC server running Sendmail 8.12.8/8.12.8 each day with a message to

Re: Operating Systems.

2003-06-19 Thread Jerry McAllister
To whom it may concern, I am having to put together a presentation about FreeBSD for an Operating System class. This is due in early July. The things I need to know are: Hardware Supported, Scalability, Reliability, Security, Speed, Ease of Use, Maintainability,

Re: FreeBSD - software raid

2003-06-19 Thread Bill Moran
Moti Levy wrote: Hi, before I do the unthinkable and use Linux for a server , I ask for your help. I have a set of 4 IDE drives . I need to build a file server that'll run samba/nfs I've done this. Works very well. I want to use all 4 drives as a raid 5 array and use the combined space for

vinum? flaky hardware? FreeBSD4.8? ASUS P4SGL-VM?

2003-06-19 Thread Malcolm Kay
Over some time I've installed various versions of FreeBSD. In the past installation has always gone smoothly. Now however, I'm trying to setup a new system on a new machine with software RAID 1 (vinum) and have run into difficulties (which I don't think have anything to do with vinum). The

Re: installing FreeBSD 4.8

2003-06-19 Thread Bill Moran
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi! I'm having problems installing FreeBSD 4.8. After the Kernel configuration page, the system hangs with these messages: ad0: [the-name-of-my-hd] at ata0 -master BIOSDMA ad1: READ command timeout tag=0 serv=0 -resetting ata0: resetting devices And that's it. The

mountroot

2003-06-19 Thread Alexandru Savescu
Hello BSD-lovers, i'm stuck on a tricky situation: i got FreeBSD 4.8-STABLE running smoothly on a SCSI disk, but i had to move the HDD on a multi-OS system, so i am heading this problem: there are 3 disks - ad0: IDE WDC-drive with a MSwinOS - da0: SCSI IBM-drive with Debian Linux - da1: SCSI

Re: Mount My Creation

2003-06-19 Thread Shantanu Mahajan
+-- Peter Leftwich [freebsd] [18-06-03 20:02 -0700]: | Ponder this... Why is it /etc/fstab and not /etc/mount.conf ?? mount.conf would contain the default options to be passed to the mount command. e.g. '-f' option fstab = File System TABle (?)

Re: Mount My Creation

2003-06-19 Thread Patrick O'Reilly
| | Ponder this... Why does M$FT Windows have Created, Accessed, and Modified, | while UNIX (beware of unresearched, wide-sweeping generalizations...) only | provides one the Last modified date and time stamp? | I have noticed in the man page for 'find' that the primaries allow selection based

find -exec question

2003-06-19 Thread Dave McCammon
Here is the setup: foo is some directory on the system. jack is a user and I am using the ACL's in 5.1 to allow Jack rw access to all files and directories nested within the directory foo. What is the difference in the find command between: find foo -exec setfacl -m u:jack:rw {} \; -and- find

Re: ATI Radeon 8500

2003-06-19 Thread Ed So
Hi BSD team, could you tell me where I could download ATI Radeon 8500 graphics card driver, thanks. Ed ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send

Login problem with Telnetd

2003-06-19 Thread Fehmi
I enabled Telnetd in inetd.conf by removing the # from the line #telnet stream tcp nowait root /usr/libexec/telnetdtelnetd I tried to loggin, i used the root/password in the server machine side i put loggin/password but a receive the message [ SRA login failed ] i wonder if there is

dhclient filling up my logfiles

2003-06-19 Thread Hasse
Hi everybody. Running FreeBSD 4.8-Stable. I'm connected to the internet by ADSL and dynamic IP. Dhcp-client keeps filling up my /var/log/messages. Makes a log-entry every 10th minute. snip Jun 19 17:35:56 odin dhclient: New Network Number: 217.209.211.0 Jun 19 17:35:56 odin dhclient: New

Re: Login problem with Telnetd

2003-06-19 Thread Peter Elsner
Logging in over telnet with root is unsecure... Log on as yourself, and then su to root... Peter At 05:47 PM 6/19/2003 +0200, you wrote: I enabled Telnetd in inetd.conf by removing the # from the line #telnet stream tcp nowait root /usr/libexec/telnetdtelnetd I tried to loggin, i used

Re: Login problem with Telnetd

2003-06-19 Thread Kliment Andreev
i used the root/password in the server machine side i put loggin/password but a receive the message [ SRA login failed ] You are not allowed to log as root using telnet or ssh. Log as normal user then use su. And try not to use telnet. Use ssh instead.

Re: Login problem with Telnetd

2003-06-19 Thread Hasse
Try to connect with an ordinary user-account. If you need root access, use an account in the wheel-group, and then su to root after you're connected. I belive that direct root-login are disabled. - Regards Hasse Webmaster @ Swedehost.com On Thursday 19 June 2003 17.47, Fehmi

Soft Updates / Exim Queue Size

2003-06-19 Thread Joseph Lewis
Ladies and Gentlemen, We just implemented Exim on FreeBSD, and turned the system to live. Before we really got started, our queue size was way beyond the normal Sendmail Solaris by about 10 times. We have enabled soft updates. Does anyone have experience with this AND HAVE A SOLUTION?

Re: FreeBSD - software raid

2003-06-19 Thread Moti Levy
well, it says : For this to be possible at all, the following requirements must be met for the root volume: a.. The root volume must not be striped or RAID-5. b.. The root volume must not contain more than one concatenated subdisk per plex. and i want : I want to use all 4 drives as a

PMTUD Black Hole Problem

2003-06-19 Thread Koroush Saraf
Hi All, I have the following network in the lap WINXP ---mtu1500---FREEBSD4.4---mtu1280(gif tunnel---FREEBSD4.4---mtu1500---WINXP The BSD computers are setup as gateway routers. As you might see from diagram above, the MTU of the link between the two BSD computers is 1280Bytes because of a

Re: ATI Radeon 8500

2003-06-19 Thread Jud
On Thu, 19 Jun 2003 16:28:01 +0100, Ed So [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Hi BSD team, could you tell me where I could download ATI Radeon 8500 graphics card driver, thanks. Ed http://xfree86.org . If you're speaking specifically about one that will work on

Re: FreeBSD - software raid

2003-06-19 Thread Bill Moran
Moti Levy wrote: well, it says : For this to be possible at all, the following requirements must be met for the root volume: a.. The root volume must not be striped or RAID-5. b.. The root volume must not contain more than one concatenated subdisk per plex. and i want : I want to use all 4

Re: Soft Updates / Exim Queue Size

2003-06-19 Thread Stephen Hovey
Im still tryin to figure out how to get it to clear its queue of dead junk! Lemme know if you find a good solution! On Fri, 20 Jun 2003, Joseph Lewis wrote: Ladies and Gentlemen, We just implemented Exim on FreeBSD, and turned the system to live. Before we really got started, our queue

Re: Soft Updates / Exim Queue Size

2003-06-19 Thread Ceri Davies
On Fri, Jun 20, 2003 at 12:16:00AM +0800, Joseph Lewis wrote: Ladies and Gentlemen, We just implemented Exim on FreeBSD, and turned the system to live. Before we really got started, our queue size was way beyond the normal Sendmail Solaris by about 10 times. We have enabled soft updates.

Re: mount msdos partition with user id?

2003-06-19 Thread Joe Altman
On Thu, Jun 19, 2003 at 01:31:50AM -0600, Zhang Le wrote: Hello, I just move from linux to bsd and have a question on mounting partition with a specific user id. The following command does not work: root@:/home/zl/etc# mount -t msdos -o uid zl /dev/ad0s1 /d msdos: -o uid : option not

ppp -auto limited to certain times only?

2003-06-19 Thread Ben Cohen
Hi, I have fixed-rate dialup access from my ISP but only off-peak. I just found out that they let me connect at other times but charge me extra so I want to avoid doing this accidentally. I'd like to run ppp -auto so that I get dial on demand in the evening, but stop it connecting in the

FreeBSD NIS Server/Slave DES

2003-06-19 Thread Mike Hogsett
The FreeBSD Handbook section 19.8.11 appears to be out of date. The output of the method shown to see if the FreeBSD box is using DES or MD5 has no resemblance to what I see on my box. How do I configure FreeBSD to use DES? Specifically if I run a FreeBSD NIS master how do I get rpc.yppasswdd

Re: FreeBSD NIS Server/Slave DES

2003-06-19 Thread Ceri Davies
On Thu, Jun 19, 2003 at 11:41:02AM -0700, Mike Hogsett wrote: The FreeBSD Handbook section 19.8.11 appears to be out of date. The output of the method shown to see if the FreeBSD box is using DES or MD5 has no resemblance to what I see on my box. Aargh. That is out of date. How do I

Re: FreeBSD NIS Server/Slave DES

2003-06-19 Thread Mike Hogsett
How do I configure FreeBSD to use DES? Specifically if I run a FreeBSD NIS master how do I get rpc.yppasswdd and yppasswd to play nice? Look in /etc/login.conf: default:\ :passwd_format=des:\ Look in /etc/auth.conf: crypt_default = des Hmmm.

Re: FreeBSD NIS Server/Slave DES

2003-06-19 Thread Mike Hogsett
Hmmm. Ok. I edited both files to list des rather than md5, but when I run 'passwd -l root' on my local box as a test I still appear to be getting an md5 password in the local master.passwd file. root:$1$/DW5l0iK$rVSJNci3lX3kfIa3w5bK50:0:0::0:0:Charlie :/root:/bin/csh Suggestions?

flashpluginwrapper for Flash 6 (Shared Library Tools redux)

2003-06-19 Thread Joe Kelsey
Ok. I hand-modified the linux-flashplugin6 shared library to remove all of the DT_NEEDED entries. I then modified flashpluginwrapper to add the following functions: void __assert_fail(const char *assertion, const char *file, unsigned int line, const char *function) {

Interesting problem installing 5.1

2003-06-19 Thread Pavneet Arora
Hello, I have come across an interesting problem while trying to install 5.1 fresh onto an i386 system using the 5.1 disc images which I ftp'd and burned. sysinstall goes all the way through (while booting from CD-ROM), but after I commit to the installation it comes back and says that it feels

SMP: question

2003-06-19 Thread Asenchi
Hello, I am trying to configure an dual processor server for the first time. It is a 6 year old HP with PIII Xeon 500's. The question I have is that when I boot into single user mode (as I have had problems in multi-user) it shows only one proc starting up. This: SMP: AP CPU #1 Launched!

Re: Spamassassin question [was Re: Do I have an open relay?]

2003-06-19 Thread Fernando Gleiser
On Thu, 19 Jun 2003, Andreas Widerøe Andersen wrote: Will Spamassassin only work on mails that are delivered to account on the server it runs (locally), or can it also work for mailinglists in Ie. /etc/mail/aliases that are being forward to other mailaccounts around the globe? It depends.

Re: ATI Radeon 8500

2003-06-19 Thread Han Hwei Woo
ATI hasn't come out with its own BSD drivers; as far as I know; you'll have to stick with the default drivers in XFree86. You could always look at commercial implementations of X like Accelerated-X if you're willing to shell out the cash. - Original Message - From: Ed So [EMAIL

snoop

2003-06-19 Thread adrian kok
Hi all Do you know where I can get snoop to analysis the traffic? Thank you ___ Do You Yahoo!? Get your free @yahoo.com.hk address at http://mail.english.yahoo.com.hk ___ [EMAIL

boot0 or boot1 broken, how to fix?

2003-06-19 Thread Tobias Roth
Hi I somehow destroyed some of my boot files, as it seems. The bootmanager seems to work: The F1-FN selection appears and works for a different install on the same disk. But if I chose the broken one, all that appears is a / and the machine hangs. I fscked and successfully mounted that partition

Re: snoop

2003-06-19 Thread Rus Foster
yOn Fri, 20 Jun 2003, [iso-8859-1] adrian kok wrote: Hi all Do you know where I can get snoop to analysis the traffic? You can find snoop in the ports tree under /usr/ports/comms/snooper HTH Rgds rus -- www: http://www.65535.net | Hosting - Shell Accounts MSNM: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

NFS stale file handle

2003-06-19 Thread synrat
How do I troubleshoot this in BSD ? I know is Solaris lsofing and killing the process that holds the mount helps. Supposedly, manually editing /etc/mnttab should work too. How do I solve the same problem in BSD ? thanx ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing

Re: Resetting ports and pkg's?

2003-06-19 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Peter Leftwich [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Is there some way to reset what my FreeBSD 4.7-RELEASE O.S. knows about what is currently installed? I ask because a while back, I accidentally deleted part of /usr/local/lib/ (in unlinking a directory). Now, whenever I install a port or run

[doc pointer] 2 questions about usb memory stick ...

2003-06-19 Thread Lowell Gilbert
roland Mathieu [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I've got a 128MB usb memory stick (pmi memory). It works very well since I've modified file /usr/src/sys/cam/scsi/scsi_da.c by adding lines: { /* * Pmi / 128MB */ {T_DIRECT, SIP_MEDIA_REMOVABLE, Generic*, USB

Re: snoop

2003-06-19 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Thu, Jun 19, 2003 at 08:38:28PM +0100, Rus Foster wrote: yOn Fri, 20 Jun 2003, [iso-8859-1] adrian kok wrote: Do you know where I can get snoop to analysis the traffic? You can find snoop in the ports tree under /usr/ports/comms/snooper But before you go haring off installing all sorts

Re: FreeBSD 5.0 install.... getty won't execute

2003-06-19 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Lucas Holt [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I just tried to upgrade from 4.8 stable to 5.0 release using the following procedure make buildkernel (error) make buildworld make buildkernel (worked this time) make installkernel (worked after adding a device hint file) reboot kernel booted,

[doc pointer] Re: mount msdos partition with user id?

2003-06-19 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Zhang Le [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hello, I just move from linux to bsd and have a question on mounting partition with a specific user id. The following command does not work: root@:/home/zl/etc# mount -t msdos -o uid zl /dev/ad0s1 /d msdos: -o uid : option not supported but

compilation of port 'latex' fails repeatedly

2003-06-19 Thread Fredrik Carlén
I have tried to install latex on my new FreeBSD system, but it fails miserably. All I do is type $ make install distclean in the latex directory of the port tree (/usr/ports/print/latex). This usually does the trick, right? Well, in this particular case, all I get is the lousy log file

Re: FreeBSD NIS Server/Slave DES

2003-06-19 Thread Ceri Davies
On Thu, Jun 19, 2003 at 11:55:09AM -0700, Mike Hogsett wrote: Hmmm. Ok. I edited both files to list des rather than md5, but when I run 'passwd -l root' on my local box as a test I still appear to be getting an md5 password in the local master.passwd file.

Re: compilation of port 'latex' fails repeatedly

2003-06-19 Thread Erik Trulsson
On Thu, Jun 19, 2003 at 10:12:11PM +0200, Fredrik Carlén wrote: I have tried to install latex on my new FreeBSD system, but it fails miserably. All I do is type $ make install distclean in the latex directory of the port tree (/usr/ports/print/latex). This usually does the trick, right?

Re: NFS stale file handle

2003-06-19 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Thu, Jun 19, 2003 at 03:53:22PM -0400, synrat wrote: How do I troubleshoot this in BSD ? I know is Solaris lsofing and killing the process that holds the mount helps. Supposedly, manually editing /etc/mnttab should work too. How do I solve the same problem in BSD ? fstat(1) will allow

Re: what dose the command chflags used for ?

2003-06-19 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Supote Leelasupphakorn [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Dear all, Because we have the command chmod for change the permissions of files so what does the command chflags used for and what suituation I must use it ? chflags is used to set system flags on files you don't want to be

Re: how much space for /

2003-06-19 Thread Lowell Gilbert
sweetleaf [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: When i installed freebsd-5.1, i stayed close to the recommended partition sizes in the handbook. The faq. said 100 megabytes would usually be enough for the / partition. I decided to install freebsd with 300M for the / partition just to be on the safe side.

Sendmail + Cyrus + IMAP and virtual hosting

2003-06-19 Thread Anish Mistry
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hi, I'm working on setting up a virtual hosting server for multiple domains, and I'm running into a bit of trouble with the email. I'm using Sendmail and Cyrus sasl imap to handle the mail, but can't for the life of me figure out how to get

Re: compilation of port 'latex' fails repeatedly

2003-06-19 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Fredrik Carlén [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I have tried to install latex on my new FreeBSD system, but it fails miserably. All I do is type $ make install distclean in the latex directory of the port tree (/usr/ports/print/latex). This usually does the trick, right? Yes. $ uname -a:

configure: error: *** pkg-config too old; version 0.14 or betterrequired

2003-06-19 Thread Joe Pokupec
Hey Guys, I was trying to install GAIM from the ports directory (4.7) using: make make install After a bit of initial checking, the install stops with the following error. Before I go ahead and report the error attach the log file as mentioned below, I thought maybe someone here might have an

Re: snoop

2003-06-19 Thread Fernando Gleiser
On Fri, 20 Jun 2003, adrian kok wrote: Hi all Do you know where I can get snoop to analysis the traffic? If you mean Solaris' snoop, take a look at tcpdump(1). It's in the base system. You may also look at tcpshow (in the ports, net/tcpshow) for decoding tcpdump's output

MODEM

2003-06-19 Thread Claudiu Bichir
I have an Aztech UM9800 external modem but I don't know how to configure it to work with FreeBSD.When my system boots I see something like ugen0:SMElectronics Communicator bla bla, I think this is my modem ... If anybody would like to help me configuring my modem to work with FreeBSD I would

Re: MTU Path Discovery Problem

2003-06-19 Thread Koroush Saraf
PMTUD Black Hole ProblemCode Problem? Is this a code problem in ip_input.c, This code is from FreeBSD 4.8 that I just installed on my computers. ip_forward ? It looks to me like case EMSGSIZE can never be reached. Is this breaking mtu path discovery responses ? ip_forward(struct mbuf *m, int

Re: NFS weirdness...

2003-06-19 Thread jle
As a diagnostic step: Boot up the system, and then try to manually mount the filesystem with the command 'mount /usr/src'. If this works ... it pretty much confirms that your /etc/fstab syntax is correct. If it doesn't work, focus on /etc/fstab as the problem. HTH. -- Bill Moran

Totally newbie - install problems

2003-06-19 Thread Nagy Lszl Zsolt
Hi All! I'm totally new to FreeBSD. I used Linux before but I decided to try FreeBSD. I just downloaded FreeBSD 4.8 from a public ftp site and installed a brand new system with X and full development tools. I have some questions. I read about the differences between Linux and FreeBSD. I

sendmail MX complaint

2003-06-19 Thread Gary Aitken
Hello all, What does the following mean, and where did I screw up? It seems to me like the complaint is what I want -- MX says nightmare, which is nightmare.dreamchaser.org, which is 12.32.36.65. Obviously something here I don't understand (nothing new there...) Jun 19 14:28:33 nightmare

Re: how much space for /

2003-06-19 Thread sweetleaf
well here is the output for / # du -x 1 ./dev 2 ./home 2 ./private 2 ./tmp 2 ./usr 2 ./var 10 ./stand/etc/defaults 20 ./stand/etc 252 ./stand/help 2410./stand 96 ./etc/defaults 22 ./etc/X11 4 ./etc/gnats 52 ./etc/isdn 290

Re: Totally newbie - install problems

2003-06-19 Thread Kevin Stevens
But I need other packages like wxPython, PyCrypto and others for my work. I know I can download the source code and compile them. I could also find binaries but the dependency tree is endless (and I had version problems too). I read the comparison where someone said FreeBSD is even better

Re: Totally newbie - install problems

2003-06-19 Thread Simon Barner
Hi, But I need other packages like wxPython, PyCrypto and others for my work. I know I can download the source code and compile them. I could also find binaries but the dependency tree is endless (and I had version problems too). I read the comparison where someone said FreeBSD is even

Re: SMP: question

2003-06-19 Thread Jesse Guardiani
Asenchi wrote: Hello, I am trying to configure an dual processor server for the first time. It is a 6 year old HP with PIII Xeon 500's. The question I have is that when I boot into single user mode (as I have had problems in multi-user) it shows only one proc starting up. This: SMP:

Re: configure: error: *** pkg-config too old; version 0.14 or betterrequired

2003-06-19 Thread Augusto Jun Devegili
Joe, Try downloading pkg-config (0.15.0) from http://www.freedesktop.org/software/pkgconfig/ Regards, Augusto Jun Devegili Joe Pokupec wrote: snip configure: error: *** pkg-config too old; version 0.14 or better required. === Script configure failed unexpectedly. Please report the

Re: Totally newbie - install problems

2003-06-19 Thread jle
Probably I will need to setup several client computers in the end, so an automated installation would be the best (download and install required packages/ports for the selected package/port automatically). Can you help me? When you install your ports, use the 'depend all' switches cd

Networking problem

2003-06-19 Thread Tkachenko, Artem N
Hi, I posted similar question some time ago but I guess I misstated the problem. I will be more careful this time. Here is my situation: Node A - LAN1 - Node B - LAN2 - Node C Node A: OS: Win2K IP Address (to LAN1): 129.197.23.232 Node B: OS: FreeBSD 4.6 IP address (to LAN1):

Passwords and MD5

2003-06-19 Thread Tim Legg
Hello, I am running FreeBSD 5.1. In /etc/login.conf, I see my password_format is set to MD5. Now let's assume a temporary user I created. He logs in as 'nerdy' and his password is 'FreeBSD'. (without quotes of course) # $FreeBSD: src/etc/master.passwd,v 1.34 2003/04/27 05:45:29 imp Exp $ #

Re: SMP: question

2003-06-19 Thread jle
Hello, I am trying to configure an dual processor server for the first time. It is a 6 year old HP with PIII Xeon 500's. The question I have is that when I boot into single user mode (as I have had problems in multi-user) it shows only one proc starting up. This: SMP: AP CPU #1

symlinks help!

2003-06-19 Thread Andre
Hi there people! I have setup a FreeBSD box with Mysql,apache+mod_php for practical purposes, when i want to update the webpages on the FreeBSD machine i found it very hard to first use FTP to transfer the pages from my windows machine, and then SSH in to the FreeBSD machine and move the files

access symlink in ftpd??

2003-06-19 Thread Andre
Hi there people! I have setup a FreeBSD box with Mysql,apache+mod_php for practical purposes, when i want to update the webpages on the FreeBSD machine i found it very hard to first use FTP to transfer the pages from my windows machine, and then SSH in to the FreeBSD machine and move the files

access symlink in ftpd??

2003-06-19 Thread Andre
Hi there people! I have setup a FreeBSD box with Mysql,apache+mod_php for practical purposes, when i want to update the webpages on the FreeBSD machine i found it very hard to first use FTP to transfer the pages from my windows machine, and then SSH in to the FreeBSD machine and move the files

access symlink in ftpd??

2003-06-19 Thread Andre
Hi there people! I have setup a FreeBSD box with Mysql,apache+mod_php for practical purposes, when i want to update the webpages on the FreeBSD machine i found it very hard to first use FTP to transfer the pages from my windows machine, and then SSH in to the FreeBSD machine and move the files

Re: how much space for /

2003-06-19 Thread jle
226990 ./root 24076 ./sbin 281305 . # so what it appears that . is the culprit, correct. I am still learning to read the du command. Thanks in ./adv No, . is your current directory which in your case was / the total size is ~281M. The culprit seems to be /root which is using ~226M.

Re: Passwords and MD5

2003-06-19 Thread Chuck Swiger
Tim Legg wrote: [ ... ] nerdy:$1$1xYw.V8w$IozDgrd4srvZPPqu85cR..:1005:1006::0:0:Mr. Know-it-all:/home/nerdy:/bin/sh The $1$ means we are in fact using MD5. but when I run md5 in the command line, I get $ md5 -s FreeBSD MD5 (FreeBSD) = a3dc630729e463135f4e608954fa6e19 which is considerably

Re: sendmail MX complaint

2003-06-19 Thread Chuck Swiger
Gary Aitken wrote: What does the following mean, and where did I screw up? It seems to me like the complaint is what I want -- MX says nightmare, which is nightmare.dreamchaser.org, which is 12.32.36.65. Obviously something here I don't understand (nothing new there...) [ ... ] This suddenly

Re: configure: error: *** pkg-config too old;version 0.14 or betterrequired

2003-06-19 Thread Joshua Lokken
- Original Message - From: Joe Pokupec [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Free BSD List [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, June 19, 2003 2:06 PM Subject: configure: error: *** pkg-config too old; version 0.14 or betterrequired Hey Guys, I was trying to install GAIM from the ports directory (4.7)

Re: MODEM

2003-06-19 Thread Jud
On Thu, 19 Jun 2003 14:30:37 -0700 (PDT), Claudiu Bichir [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have an Aztech UM9800 external modem but I don't know how to configure it to work with FreeBSD.When my system boots I see something like ugen0:SMElectronics Communicator bla bla, I think this is my modem ... If

Re: Totally newbie - install problems

2003-06-19 Thread Warren Block
On Thu, 19 Jun 2003, jle wrote: Probably I will need to setup several client computers in the end, so an automated installation would be the best (download and install required packages/ports for the selected package/port automatically). Can you help me? When you install your ports, use the

Re: Networking problem

2003-06-19 Thread Fernando Gleiser
On Thu, 19 Jun 2003, Tkachenko, Artem N wrote: Hi, I posted similar question some time ago but I guess I misstated the problem. I will be more careful this time. Here is my situation: Node A - LAN1 - Node B - LAN2 - Node C Why can't you just set a static route on both Node

force bsdlabel?

2003-06-19 Thread Ju Hyuk Park
I had this stupid problem, unused partition had offset at 63, mounted as ad1s1 but worked fine; however fsck or vinum changed it to offset 0, and everything blowed up. How do i force bsdlabel to make partition c to offset 63? JHP___ [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: how much space for /

2003-06-19 Thread Andrew Boothman
On Thursday 19 June 2003 10:59 pm, sweetleaf wrote: well here is the output for / 226990 ./root 24076 ./sbin 281305 . # so what it appears that . is the culprit, correct. I am still learning to read the du command. No - /root is the culprit. Look at all those .something

Re: access symlink in ftpd??

2003-06-19 Thread Greg 'groggy' Lehey
[Format recovered--see http://www.lemis.com/email/email-format.html] Overlong lines. On Friday, 20 June 2003 at 12:44:13 +0200, Andre wrote: On Friday, 20 June 2003 at 12:45:27 +0200, Andre wrote: On Friday, 20 June 2003 at 12:46:56 +0200, Andre wrote: On Friday, 20 June 2003 at 12:46:59 +0200,

Re: Totally newbie - install problems

2003-06-19 Thread jle
The target is actually depends with the s. But how is that different from 'make install clean'? *shrug* make depend (without the 's') all install clean has always worked for me. I've used that since FreeBSD 2.1 at least. I would think if it was depends that it would say something like:

Re: access symlink in ftpd??

2003-06-19 Thread Jerry Hicks
On Thursday, June 19, 2003, at 08:50 PM, Greg 'groggy' Lehey wrote: [Format recovered--see http://www.lemis.com/email/email-format.html] Overlong lines. On Friday, 20 June 2003 at 12:44:13 +0200, Andre wrote: On Friday, 20 June 2003 at 12:45:27 +0200, Andre wrote: On Friday, 20 June 2003 at

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