Newbie - Compiling a kernel with Promise RAID

2003-06-23 Thread Richard Beyer
Hi, RE: FreeBSD-4.8-STABLE I've searched the archives to no avail - I have an Intel Sentry Server Board (S845WD1-E) with onboard Promise RAID (PDC20267). The GENERIC kernel sees the RAID fine, and identifies it as atapci01 and ar0, however neither option appears in the GENERIC or LINT kernel,

Link Not working ...

2003-06-23 Thread shrikant
FreeBSD JavaT Project: In The Press... Java World March, 1999: (link) JavaWorld presents Volano's report which studies the performance and network scalability of 16 Java virtual machines on 7 operating systems. FreeBSD is included using our 1.1.8 JDK.

Re: Make buildworld fails (many times)

2003-06-23 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Sun, Jun 22, 2003 at 05:25:33PM -0700, Charlie Schluting wrote: On Sun, 22 Jun 2003, Kris Kennaway wrote: On Sun, Jun 22, 2003 at 02:15:46PM -0700, Charlie Schluting wrote: Other info: AMD K6-2 450MHz, 192MB. Current install: 5.0-RELEASE-p7 This is likely to be a hardware

Problem recreating Virtual Hosts settings from Windows to BSD

2003-06-23 Thread william nova
I was using Apache 2 on Windows 2003 server. I had 2 virtual hosts running, using no-ip for DNS resolution along with a NO-IP referral entry for each (since my ISP blocks port 80) The virtual hosts config portion of httpd.conf looked like: NameVirtualHost * VirtualHost * DocumentRoot C:\Program

Re:

2003-06-23 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Sunday, Jun 22, 2003, at 22:11 US/Pacific, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Can't find program putty.exe What does this mean and how do i fix it? Run putty on a Windows machine it was designed for. E-mail me back. No. KeS ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing

Re: Kernel building

2003-06-23 Thread Han Hwei Woo
Try: # cd /usr/src # make buildkernel KERNCONF=YOURKERNEL # make installkernel KERNCONF=YOURKERNEL - Original Message - From: Paul [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, June 22, 2003 8:31 PM Subject: Kernel building I'm trying to build a custom kernel that I can

Re: Small Database Software Recommendation

2003-06-23 Thread Matt Heath
the file system and associated tools is exactly what you need man join man sort man cut man awk ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: how to view and open file.db file.mdb?

2003-06-23 Thread Matt Heath
Marlon Corleone wrote: hi, im running 4.8 do do i open this type of file extension, file.db and file.mdb is there in ports collection that can manage to view and open this type of file? looks to me like Microsoft DataBase - afaik you'll need Microsoft Access for that Open Office lays claim

Re: Xfree86 Config Problems

2003-06-23 Thread Viktor Lazlo
On Sun, 22 Jun 2003 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: http://cgisleve.tripod.com/bsd/xfreebad.html is a web page of this info. XFree86 Configuration Problems by Steve LeBlanc © 2003.6.22 Installed FreeBSD for first time. Text login was fine. NIC worked. Did a telnet and ftp to computers on

About Patches

2003-06-23 Thread Jim Xochellis
Hi List, I need to apply some security patches to my FreeBSD(i386) 4.7-RELEASE box and I am concerned about the possibility that I could actually harm my system while trying to apply this patches. (I am not a Unix guru actually) 1) Do I have to apply the security patches in a specific order?

once again palm tungsten t + usb

2003-06-23 Thread Toni Schmidbauer
hi, i am having problems getting my brand new tungsten t to hotsync with my freebsd box. i followed the instructions in this http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/getmsg.cgi?fetch=1561893+0+/usr/local/www/db/text/2003/freebsd-questions/20030615.freebsd-questions posting, but with no luck. it seems that

Re: About Patches

2003-06-23 Thread Toni Schmidbauer
On Mon, Jun 23, 2003 at 11:54:54AM +0300, Jim Xochellis wrote: I need to apply some security patches to my FreeBSD(i386) 4.7-RELEASE box and I am concerned about the possibility that I could actually harm my system while trying to apply this patches. (I am not a Unix guru actually) i would

Re: About Patches

2003-06-23 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Jun 23, 2003 at 11:54:54AM +0300, Jim Xochellis wrote: Hi List, I need to apply some security patches to my FreeBSD(i386) 4.7-RELEASE box and I am concerned about the possibility that I could actually harm my system while trying to apply this patches. (I am not a Unix guru

Re: About Patches

2003-06-23 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Jun 23, 2003 at 11:16:44AM +0200, Toni Schmidbauer wrote: i do not know if the latest security patches are backported to RELENG_4_7. maybe someone else on the list is more familiar with the various cvs branches. if the patches are _not_ backported i would

Re: Xfree86 Config Problems

2003-06-23 Thread Jud
On Mon, 23 Jun 2003 01:44:46 -0700 (PDT), Viktor Lazlo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sun, 22 Jun 2003 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: http://cgisleve.tripod.com/bsd/xfreebad.html is a web page of this info. XFree86 Configuration Problems by Steve LeBlanc 2003.6.22 Installed FreeBSD for first time.

error in buildworld.

2003-06-23 Thread michael Corleone
hi i received this error when im about to do a buildworld after upgrading my src and ports collection. im running 4.8-RELEASE, heres the logs of the errors: i hope anyone can explain what and where is the the line that causes the error, thanks all. === bin/ln === bin/ls cc -O -pipe -DCOLORLS

error in buildworld.

2003-06-23 Thread michael Corleone
hi i received this error when im about to do a buildworld after upgrading my src and ports collection. im running 4.8-RELEASE, heres the logs of the errors: i hope anyone can explain what and where is the the line that causes the error, thanks all. === bin/ln === bin/ls cc -O -pipe -DCOLORLS

Re: About Patches

2003-06-23 Thread Jim Xochellis
Many thanks Matthew, you have been very helpful. Regards, Jim Xochellis On Monday, June 23, 2003, at 12:44 PM, Matthew Seaman wrote: On Mon, Jun 23, 2003 at 11:54:54AM +0300, Jim Xochellis wrote: Hi List, I need to apply some security patches to my FreeBSD(i386) 4.7-RELEASE box and I am

Re: 5.1 ssh hang (i have rtfm and googled) long

2003-06-23 Thread Benzi Mizrahi
, 23 2003, 02:15, Kris Kennaway : On Sun, Jun 22, 2003 at 12:18:07PM -0700, jon wrote: generic install of 5.1 release. sshd version OpenSSH_3.6.1p1. i have /etc/hosts set up . all systems are RFC 1597 networks and i do not have a bind server. every connect takes over a minute to

All PCMCIA devices fail in 5.1-RELEASE

2003-06-23 Thread Terry Todd
I just tried 5.1-RELEASE on a Tecra 720 that ran fine with 4.5-RELEASE. All my pcmcia cards worked OK on 4.5. On 5.1 nothing works. If I try to boot with a NIC card plugged in it panics and crash dumps. If I boot up with no card in and plug the card in later it locks up solid. I still have the

RE: 5.1 ssh hang (i have rtfm and googled) long

2003-06-23 Thread Doron Shmaryahu
Hi, Make sure you have valid nameservers in your /etc/resolv.conf !! That will sort your problem out. Doron Shmaryahu -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Benzi Mizrahi Sent: 23 June 2003 12:56 PM To: Kris Kennaway; jon Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: creating ftp users!

2003-06-23 Thread Jonathan Arnold
How to create users for Ftp server(inetd)? You just use the 'adduser' command normally, to add a normal user. If they are just going to be doing ftp, you can use the /sbin/nologin for their shell, so they can't login. -- Jonathan Arnold (mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]) Daemon Dancing in the Dark, a

Re: 5.1 ssh hang (i have rtfm and googled) long

2003-06-23 Thread Raymond Sundland
Not just that... When OpenSSH runs in the jail environment, it expects resolv.conf in it's own jail... for instance, if the jail is /var/jail, then a copy of resolv.conf needs to exist /var/jail/etc/resolv.conf. Don't ask me why, but this should solve your hanging problem. Of course, the

RE: creating ftp users!

2003-06-23 Thread Doron Shmaryahu
Hi, I would also suggest limiting ftp users to their respective home dir. You can do this simply by creating a file /etc/ftpchroot and putting all the usernames in there. Doron Shmaryahu -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Jonathan Arnold

IPSec+VPN+ipfw questions

2003-06-23 Thread Oleg Semyonov
Hi! I wish to use IPSec to provide secure channels between some LAN machines (Windows 2000) and a FreeBSD gateway which acts as a NAT router to the Internet upstream provider. Each channel works in IPSec transport mode (no tunnel, host-to-host only). FreeBSD runs racoon to provide IKE services

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2003-06-23 Thread mohamed awad
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Updating FBSD on one slice from another slice

2003-06-23 Thread D J Hawkey Jr
Hello all. I've got two similarly-sized, bootable, FBSD slices on a machine, one with 4.5 and the other with 4.2. My intention was/is to run the newer of the two, and upgrade the older by 'cvsup' and 'make [build|install][world|kernel]' _from_ the newer. So, I'm running the newer installation

Re: creating ftp users!

2003-06-23 Thread Rob Lahaye
I have not inetd running, but instead only allow secure connections with ssh and sftp. However, the hints given here seem to only apply to ftpd server and not the sftp connection. /sbin/nologin disables both, ssh and sftp. Is there a way to disable ssh, but allow sftp access only? Can I do the

Re: creating ftp users!

2003-06-23 Thread Raymond Sundland
Rob, You can try setting the user's shell to /usr/libexec/sftp-server (or wherever the sftp-server binary exists under FreeBSD). This will give the user ability to SFTP into the box, but without a normal shell. /usr/lib/exec/sftp-server should be added to /etc/shells, too. Rob Lahaye wrote:

Re: creating ftp users!

2003-06-23 Thread Rob Lahaye
Raymond Sundland wrote: Rob, You can try setting the user's shell to /usr/libexec/sftp-server (or wherever the sftp-server binary exists under FreeBSD). This will give the user ability to SFTP into the box, but without a normal shell. /usr/lib/exec/sftp-server should be added to

Re: BTX halted when installing on a HP Proliant DL360 G3

2003-06-23 Thread David Landgren
David Landgren wrote: Replying to myself, for the sake of the archives. List, I just received a new batch of servers to deploy. Among the lot I have 3 HP Proliant DL360 G3 servers that refuse to run the installation CD. I think this is because HP have switched to Ultra 320 drives and I don't

changing setup

2003-06-23 Thread pippo
I have just changed my motherboard and consequently drive assignments and peripherals as well. The old board or processor crashed. :(( So the new board is an MSI 875-FISR - top of the line with a 3ghz pentium IV and Intel Gigabit lan card and kGEforce FX5200 video card. The previous system was a

Eliminating noise from secondary MX

2003-06-23 Thread Brett Glass
We have a FreeBSD machine, running Sendmail, that's set up as a secondary MX for several domains. Lately, as the tide of spam continues to increase, this machine is sending large volumes of messages to Postmaster, and this is interfering with normal monitoring of the server. Here's more

Re: LTmodem port

2003-06-23 Thread Dr. Richard E. Hawkins
On Sat, Jun 21, 2003 at 09:25:40AM +0200, Gianmarco Giovannelli wrote: At 16.55 20/06/2003 -0400, Dr. Richard E. Hawkins wrote: On Fri, Jun 20, 2003 at 01:27:13PM -0700, anonymous wrote: I recently installed FreeBSD 4.8 and I have a Lucent WinModem. Are there any detailed instructions on

fatal trap 12 (SMP related)

2003-06-23 Thread Asenchi
Hello, I have installed 4.8-stable on my dual processor HP system. I reconfigured the kernel, and everything worked fine. Except now after a period of time (even Idle time, see below) my system has this error: Fatal trap 12: page fault while in kernel mode mp_lock = 0103; cpuid = 1;

Re: Problem recreating Virtual Hosts settings from Windows to BSD

2003-06-23 Thread Charlie Schluting
william nova wrote: I was using Apache 2 on Windows 2003 server. I had 2 virtual hosts running, using no-ip for DNS resolution along with a NO-IP referral entry for each (since my ISP blocks port 80) The virtual hosts config portion of httpd.conf looked like: NameVirtualHost * VirtualHost *

Re: error in buildworld.

2003-06-23 Thread Charlie Schluting
michael Corleone wrote: hi i received this error when im about to do a buildworld after upgrading my src and ports collection. im running 4.8-RELEASE, heres the logs of the errors: i hope anyone can explain what and where is the the line that causes the error, thanks all. === bin/ln === bin/ls

SB AWE 64 on 5.1

2003-06-23 Thread Martin Vana
hi, I'm trying to install sb awe64 isa pnp on freebsd 5.1 I've added device pcm and device sbc to my kernel and config, make depend, make, make install it. rebooted. dmesg output on pcm and sbc: pcm0: SB16 DSP 4.16 on sbc 1 sbc1: Creative SB AWE 64 at port .(some ports). irq 5 drq 5,1 on isa0 it

Re: Eliminating noise from secondary MX

2003-06-23 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Jun 23), Brett Glass said: Here's more detail. A spammer sends to a nonexistent address in a domain for which the host is a secondary mail exchanger. Many spammers' software is actually set up to use secondary mail exchangers rather than primaries, because they're less

Re: how to view and open file.db file.mdb?

2003-06-23 Thread peter lageotakes
Sorry if this question has been answered. You can use the file command to figure out what type of file it is. file filename or you can use the ls command. If its a text file, use your fav text editor like VI. Pete --- Matt Heath [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Marlon Corleone wrote: hi, im

Re: changing setup

2003-06-23 Thread Han Hwei Woo
man em for Intel Gigabit adapters: The em driver provides support for PCI gigabit Ethernet adapters based on the Intel 82540, 82542, 82543, 82544 and 82546 Ethernet controller chips. I believe there is Serial ATA support for some chipsets in 5.1. No idea on the Fasttrack 378. Problems are likely

Re: creating ftp users!

2003-06-23 Thread Raymond Sundland
Rob, If you want a nice message, I suggest creating a class in /etc/logins.conf which point to a /etc/issues.sftponly file where the user gets a nice message, which you deem appropriate. Secondly, as far as chroot, I don't believe OpenSSH supports chroot natively, however I know there is a patch

Re: Updating FBSD on one slice from another slice

2003-06-23 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Jun 23, 2003 at 08:43:07AM -0500, D J Hawkey Jr wrote: What I'm stumped with is how to tell 'make [build|install][world|kernel]' to do their thing from the OS in the slice I'm running (the newer), but do the reads and writes on the other, older slice. Same conundrum with

Re: Eliminating noise from secondary MX

2003-06-23 Thread Karl Pielorz
--On 23 June 2003 08:48 -0600 Brett Glass [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [snip] The secondary mail exchanger tries to send the message on to its destination, but the mail is bounced by the primary mail host (either as spam or because it has been sent to an invalid address). So, the secondary

bsd video streaming

2003-06-23 Thread Matthew Bettinger
Hello, Does anyone know off hand if there is a port that can assist in streaming mpeg or asf files from a web page (apache) ? bsd version 4.7. regards, -- Matthew Bettinger System Administrator Champion Elevators, Inc. Houston, Texas 77061 713.640.8500

Re: bsd video streaming

2003-06-23 Thread Adam Maas
- Original Message - From: Matthew Bettinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, June 23, 2003 12:24 PM Subject: bsd video streaming Hello, Does anyone know off hand if there is a port that can assist in streaming mpeg or asf files from a web page (apache) ? bsd

ATA Modes Kernel Config

2003-06-23 Thread imacamper
I have a pentium 133 running FBSD 4.8. In this system I have three ide disks, ad0, ad1, ad2. ad0 is a 850 mb drive and contains the root. ad2 is a 4 GB drive and contains the usr. ad1 is unused. ad0 and ad1 are on the primary ide and are master and slave, respectively. ad2 is the master

newbie: weekly tape backup advice

2003-06-23 Thread admin
Hi, I need some help setting up a tape backup system. I have two FreeBSD machines and on external SCSI Onstream ADR50. Got any clues how I can start a weekly back up plan here? Thanks in advance, Noah ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: newbie: weekly tape backup advice

2003-06-23 Thread Chris
admin wrote: Hi, I need some help setting up a tape backup system. I have two FreeBSD machines and on external SCSI Onstream ADR50. Got any clues how I can start a weekly back up plan here? Thanks in advance, Noah ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing

Re: fatal trap 12 (SMP related)

2003-06-23 Thread Joshua Oreman
On Mon, Jun 23, 2003 at 10:55:20AM -0400 or thereabouts, Asenchi seemed to write: Hello, I have installed 4.8-stable on my dual processor HP system. I reconfigured the kernel, and everything worked fine. Except now after a period of time (even Idle time, see below) my system has this

using bind() call on FreeBSD

2003-06-23 Thread Gagan Grewal
Hi Folks :) I am trying to write a simple a server process which follows this sequence... socket() bind() listen() accept() . . . close( descriptor from accept() ) close( descriptor from socket() ) But I am getting error 99 (Cannot assign requested address) from bind().

Re: bsd video streaming

2003-06-23 Thread Aaron Sloan
- Original Message - From: Matthew Bettinger [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, June 23, 2003 11:24 AM Subject: bsd video streaming Hello, Does anyone know off hand if there is a port that can assist in streaming mpeg or asf files from a web page (apache) ? bsd

bus error

2003-06-23 Thread David S. Jackson
I'm afraid I'm getting a nasty error when I try to do some very fundamental things. Not sure what's back of all the problems. For example when I try to start vim or even xinit, I get: Jun 23 12:00:12 juno /kernel: pid 2700 (vim), uid 0: exited on signal 10 (I happened to be root at the time,

swap_pager_getswapspace: failed

2003-06-23 Thread Alfonso Romero
I keep getting the following in /var/log/messages every time I run mysqld: Jun 23 03:04:14 franky /kernel: swap_pager_getswapspace: failed Jun 23 03:04:14 franky last message repeated 26 times Jun 23 03:04:15 franky /kernel: pid 189 (mysqld), uid 88, was killed: out of swap space Jun 23 11:19:39

Re: swap_pager_getswapspace: failed

2003-06-23 Thread Charlie Schluting
Alfonso Romero wrote: I keep getting the following in /var/log/messages every time I run mysqld: Jun 23 03:04:14 franky /kernel: swap_pager_getswapspace: failed Jun 23 03:04:14 franky last message repeated 26 times Jun 23 03:04:15 franky /kernel: pid 189 (mysqld), uid 88, was killed: out of swap

Re: Updating FBSD on one slice from another slice

2003-06-23 Thread D J Hawkey Jr
On Jun 23, at 04:29 PM, Matthew Seaman wrote: On Mon, Jun 23, 2003 at 08:43:07AM -0500, D J Hawkey Jr wrote: What I'm stumped with is how to tell 'make [build|install][world|kernel]' to do their thing from the OS in the slice I'm running (the newer), but do the reads and writes on the

Re: changing setup

2003-06-23 Thread pippo
At 12:22 PM 6/23/2003 -0300, you wrote: man em for Intel Gigabit adapters: The em driver provides support for PCI gigabit Ethernet adapters based on the Intel 82540, 82542, 82543, 82544 and 82546 Ethernet controller chips. I believe there is Serial ATA support for some chipsets in 5.1. No idea on

Re: newbie: weekly tape backup advice

2003-06-23 Thread Jerry McAllister
Hi, I need some help setting up a tape backup system. I have two FreeBSD machines and on external SCSI Onstream ADR50. Got any clues how I can start a weekly back up plan here? It depends a little on the size of your disk compared to your tape capacity. It also depends on how much -

Re: Mount My Creation [ls -c, -t -u etc]

2003-06-23 Thread Axel Scheepers
dionysus: {1030} man ls -d Directories are listed as plain files (not searched recursively) and symbolic links in the argument list are not indirected through. ... :-) gr, Axel Scheepers ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Mount My Creation [ls -c, -t -u etc]

2003-06-23 Thread Axel Scheepers
- Original Message - [snip] On Sat, 21 Jun 2003, Joshua Oreman wrote: What ls command can I do IN THE CURRENT WORKING DIRECTORY to just see the myfiles/ listing? That is, if I type ls -alF myfiles (or myfiles/), why does the output delve *into* this directory and list its contents?

Re: bsd video streaming

2003-06-23 Thread Axel Scheepers
- Original Message - Hello, Does anyone know off hand if there is a port that can assist in streaming mpeg or asf files from a web page (apache) ? bsd version 4.7. regards, sure, try ffmpeg/ffserver it's quite fast and supports about any format, I've used for a while to stream

Re: fatal trap 12 (SMP related)

2003-06-23 Thread Axel Scheepers
- Original Message - Fatal trap 12: page fault while in kernel mode That might be bad ram, you could try to set a lower bus timing (e.g. 133-100). One of my home systems had programs failing like that on a regular basis, when I tried a lower busspeed the problem went away. (should buy

Re: tkabber wish problem

2003-06-23 Thread Axel Scheepers
- Original Message - hi, I've tried to install tkabber 0.9.5 beta on freebsd 5.1. I've downloaded all libraries needed, but it is still bugging me with message about wish that it can be found under different names and that in my system it is called wish8.3 and quit. any

application server

2003-06-23 Thread Kenzo
I was wondering if there's port that one can use to create an application server. Basically I want to be able to connect to it and install software from it onto winX computers I can do it now on a winXP computer but it slows down the user when couple people are pulling stuff off. Thanks.

Re: About Patches

2003-06-23 Thread D J Hawkey Jr
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi List, I need to apply some security patches to my FreeBSD(i386) 4.7-RELEASE box and I am concerned about the possibility that I could actually harm my system while trying to apply this patches. (I am not a Unix guru

versioning file system

2003-06-23 Thread David Bear
years ago I used a VAX VMS system that automatically saved file versions whenever a file name was clobbered. I've seen wrapper scripts for vi to accomplish the same but it would be nice if someone had actually implemented something at the file system level to do this. Anyone know of anything

What does this mean

2003-06-23 Thread Frank
I have formatted my hard disk using the floppy that came with it. It is now a 32bit FAT. I ran FIPS and everything seemed to go OK except that I received a message at the end of FIPS that said it could not partition FAT12, but I have no idea where it is getting the FAT12 from. Please note that

Re: general help (was no subject)

2003-06-23 Thread Bill Moran
mohamed awad wrote: dear : team freebsd i have some questions 1 . i want help on freebsd http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/index.html If you come across a _specific_ problem/question, ask on this list. 2 . how i make cd bootable from freebsd 3. what files i put on the cd

jail : strange jid zombies

2003-06-23 Thread Christophe Yayon
Hi all, I have a problem with stranges jids (old jail envirronnements) ; when i start the jail, all is done successfully, but when i kill it (killall -j jid) the jail shutdown, but sometimes (when i had a user who was logged on the jail) i have the jail envirronnment which continue to appear in

Re: data contained in ipfw show

2003-06-23 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Andrew Thomson [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: what's the max bytes ipfw show will record? 00010 422 44684 count ip from any to any out xmit tun0 00020 509 42556 count ip from any to any in recv tun0 i dump and zero them on the hour atm but just curious. A quick look at the

good mass storage backup solution

2003-06-23 Thread David Bear
I have been using tapes for yeares, both DDS/dat and AIT style units. This seems the be cheapest solution for high volume backup. But I'm wondering if anyone has any hardware solution that is really a good backup media. I used ORB disks for a while, at 40$ per 2gig disk of DASD style media I

Re: versioning file system

2003-06-23 Thread Kenneth Culver
years ago I used a VAX VMS system that automatically saved file versions whenever a file name was clobbered. I've seen wrapper scripts for vi to accomplish the same but it would be nice if someone had actually implemented something at the file system level to do this. Anyone know of

Re: versioning file system

2003-06-23 Thread Adam Maas
- Original Message - From: Kenneth Culver [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: David Bear [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, June 23, 2003 5:23 PM Subject: Re: versioning file system years ago I used a VAX VMS system that automatically saved file versions whenever a file name

Re: versioning file system

2003-06-23 Thread Lowell Gilbert
David Bear [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: years ago I used a VAX VMS system that automatically saved file versions whenever a file name was clobbered. Among the many clever features of VMS. I've seen wrapper scripts for vi to accomplish the same but it would be nice if someone had actually

Threads problem on 5.1-Release sparc64

2003-06-23 Thread Steven Haywood
Hi folks I'm still having pthreads problems on Sparc64 (5.1 Release): The program concerned is: # cat conftest.c #include pthread.h void* routine(void* p){return NULL;} int main(){ pthread_t p; if(pthread_create(p,NULL,routine,NULL)!=0) return 1; (void)pthread_detach(p); return 0; }

Re: Threads problem on 5.1-Release sparc64

2003-06-23 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Mon, Jun 23, 2003 at 10:52:19PM +0100, Steven Haywood wrote: Please help! Mysql won't work, and I think I'm going to have to regress this box back to 5.0-Release I've also had problems with threads on sparc64 (specifically, mozilla locks up or crashes a lot). (and please don't tell

web management interface

2003-06-23 Thread admin
Hi, are there any good, user easy, web interfaces out there so people can manage their virtually hosted websites. send the recommendations my way please. - Noah ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: web management interface

2003-06-23 Thread Joshua Oreman
On Mon, Jun 23, 2003 at 03:24:51PM -0800 or thereabouts, admin seemed to write: Hi, are there any good, user easy, web interfaces out there so people can manage their virtually hosted websites. send the recommendations my way please. Maybe check out Usermin from Webmin. I'm not sure

FW: Transparent Proxy going astray - Help!

2003-06-23 Thread Paul Hamilton
Hi all, Has no-one seen this problem? If so, wow, what have I done wrong here? Do you need more info? Cheers, Paul Hamilton -Original Message- From: Paul Hamilton [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Saturday, 21 June 2003 1:34 PM To: Freebsd-Questions Subject: Transparent Proxy going

Boot order with firewire 4.8-RELEASE

2003-06-23 Thread Bill Campbell
I've just installed 4.8-RELEASE on an SMP system, making the newbie mistake of running CVSup, then building a new kernel to enable SMP without doing a ``make world'' first. The kernel make worked, and booted -- with the minor problem that ``ps'' and friends didn't work, and booting kernel.old

KDE VNC server crashes

2003-06-23 Thread Rik Scarborough
I'm having a problem with KDE's VNC server under FreeBSD. I can connect to one machine that is running KDE and set to allow uninvited guests, but when I disconnect from that machine the VNC server (krfb) crashes with the following message. The Application unknown (krfb) crashed and caused the

Re: swap_pager_getswapspace: failed

2003-06-23 Thread Alfonso Romero
Thanks, I ran swapinfo and it showed up the following info: franky# swapinfo Device 1K-blocks UsedAvail Capacity Type /dev/ad0s1b 4971245920 379292%Interleaved How can I know what applications are using the swap space? I guess 32MB RAM is too little for

Network Performace

2003-06-23 Thread Shawn Ramsey
I am having some issues with network performance and am wondering if anyone has any suggestions... the box in question has 2 100BT interfaces, and an Intel (em driver) fiber Gigabit. The Gigabit connects to a switch, and the two fast-e are WAN connections to our ISP(s). This box seems to be

RE: IPSec+VPN+ipfw questions

2003-06-23 Thread Brent Wiese
A few things come quickly to mind... First, you need gateway_enable=YES in your rc.conf... I think. I know you need it for MPD (pptp tunneling). Second, you cannot have physical routes to the remote side private network. 1) Is it possible to use ipfw rules to count different kinds of

OT: Network admin/Sysadmin help needed

2003-06-23 Thread Aliquis
Hello, I need help with administering a small network (about 8 servers running Debian Linux or FreeBSD), mostly updates, security patches, some tidying-up. Systems running Debian can be migrated to FreeBSD if that's your preference. I need someone who has experience with: - Apache, - Postfix,

Re: KDE VNC server crashes

2003-06-23 Thread Charlie Schluting
Rik Scarborough wrote: I'm having a problem with KDE's VNC server under FreeBSD. I can connect to one machine that is running KDE and set to allow uninvited guests, but when I disconnect from that machine the VNC server (krfb) crashes with the following message. The Application unknown (krfb)

Re-building sendmail

2003-06-23 Thread Martin Ryan
Folks, What's the best way to rebuild sendmail with DB4? There's a makefile in /usr/src/usr.sbin/sendmail and there also a sendmail port and I'm not sure which is the recommended way to go. FWIW, I want to get milter-sender going (http://www.snert.com/Software/milter-sender/index.shtml).

Re: KDE VNC server crashes

2003-06-23 Thread Rik Scarborough
On Mon, 23 Jun 2003, Charlie Schluting wrote: Rik Scarborough wrote: I'm having a problem with KDE's VNC server under FreeBSD. I can connect to one machine that is running KDE and set to allow uninvited guests, but when I disconnect from that machine the VNC server (krfb) crashes with the

Re: Re-building sendmail

2003-06-23 Thread Bill Campbell
On Tue, Jun 24, 2003 at 11:56:09AM +1000, Martin Ryan wrote: Folks, What's the best way to rebuild sendmail with DB4? For an excellent fix for sendmail see: http://www.postfix.org/ Bill -- INTERNET: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Bill Campbell; Celestial Software LLC UUCP:

Re: swap_pager_getswapspace: failed

2003-06-23 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Mon, Jun 23, 2003 at 07:58:07PM -0500, Alfonso Romero wrote: Thanks, I ran swapinfo and it showed up the following info: franky# swapinfo Device 1K-blocks UsedAvail Capacity Type /dev/ad0s1b 4971245920 379292%Interleaved How can I know what

Re: Re-building sendmail

2003-06-23 Thread Martin Ryan
What's the best way to rebuild sendmail with DB4? For an excellent fix for sendmail see: http://www.postfix.org/ Bill Bill, Have you ever had the experience where you ask a question related to some aspect of FreeBSD and some clever individual advises the best fix is to uninstall

Compiling Linuxthreads

2003-06-23 Thread Mark Hennessy
I'm trying to compile Linuxthreads from ports on my FreeBSD 4.8 system here, and for some reason I keep getting this: You can use an experimental patch to reduce the number of condition variable triggered context switches by defining WITH_CONDWAIT_PATCH Some unsafe calls to exit() can be

Re: Compiling Linuxthreads

2003-06-23 Thread Joe Kelsey
On Mon, 2003-06-23 at 10:34, Mark Hennessy wrote: I know that Linux binary compatibility is installed, as well as /usr/src/gnu (installed that today, machine was upgraded to 4.8 a couple of months ago) I thought the package required a *complete* source tree. At the *least* it requires

Re: Re-building sendmail

2003-06-23 Thread Bill Campbell
On Tue, Jun 24, 2003 at 12:58:20PM +1000, Martin Ryan wrote: What's the best way to rebuild sendmail with DB4? For an excellent fix for sendmail see: http://www.postfix.org/ Bill Bill, Have you ever had the experience where you ask a question related to some aspect of FreeBSD and

can someone translate these log messages please?

2003-06-23 Thread David Loszewski
I have a Mylex Acceleraid 160, I seem to be getting these messages in my logs, could someone tell me what they mean? Something I should be worried about? mly0: physical device 0:0 sense data received mly0: sense key 1 asc 03 ascq 01 mly0: info 0251c04f csi mly0: physical device

g++ warnings

2003-06-23 Thread Mike Atamas
Whenver I include fstream in any program it spits out the following warnings: In file included from load_port.hpp:6, from fui.cpp:2: /usr/include/g++/fstream:304: warning: `typename std::basic_filebuf_CharT, _Traits::int_type' is implicitly a typename

g++ warnings

2003-06-23 Thread Mike Atamas
Whenver I include fstream in any program it spits out the following warnings: In file included from load_port.hpp:6, from fui.cpp:2: /usr/include/g++/fstream:304: warning: `typename std::basic_filebuf_CharT, _Traits::int_type' is implicitly a typename

Re: OT: Network admin/Sysadmin help needed

2003-06-23 Thread parv
in message [EMAIL PROTECTED], wrote Aliquis thusly... I need help with administering a small network (about 8 servers running Debian Linux or FreeBSD), mostly updates, security... The proper list is [EMAIL PROTECTED], created especially for the purpose. - Parv -- A programmer, budding

Question on Installation Instructions

2003-06-23 Thread Eric Cho
I am interested in running FreeBSD on my system, but I will probably install via floppies, so I was wondering where the bin directory went. Did the files get moved to the base directory? Or is my computer faulty? ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: Question on Installation Instructions

2003-06-23 Thread Joshua Oreman
On Mon, Jun 23, 2003 at 09:13:21PM -0700 or thereabouts, Eric Cho seemed to write: I am interested in running FreeBSD on my system, but I will probably install via floppies, so I was wondering where the bin directory went. Did the files get moved to the base directory? Or is my computer

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