Re: Spanish KDE

2003-06-30 Thread Herbert
On Sun, Jun 29, 2003 at 01:14:02PM -0400, Monah Baki wrote: Hi all, I'm running kde 3.1 (english verion) on my FreeBSD 4.8. I would like to test the spanish version of KDE. I downloaded from kde the 11MB file kde-i18n-es. # cd /usr/ports/misc/kde3-i18n-es make install clean Herbert

Re: question regarding quotas

2003-06-30 Thread Josh Brooks
On Mon, 30 Jun 2003, Dan Nelson wrote: If you're adventurous, you could use growfs :) Reading the archives, it seems as if you would use growfs, but then run into performance problems because you did not defragment afterward (and there is no defrag utility for UFS). Something about the

Re: Stability problems (bktr).

2003-06-30 Thread Anish Mistry
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Sunday 29 June 2003 11:54 am, Zeo Smeijsters wrote: Hi all, My /dev/bktr device is not working stable, sometimes it works fine but most of the time I receive this message Have you tried to move the card to the first PCI slot ie. right next

Re:

2003-06-30 Thread Han Hwei Woo
From the sounds of it, you haven't configured X yet. The handbook will walk you through it if you've never done this before. http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/x11.html In the event that you already have, or do it and still have problems, include the error messages in your

Re: Softupdates: df, du, sync and fsck [quite long]

2003-06-30 Thread John Ekins
On Sat, 28 Jun 2003 15:12:05 -0400 Bill Moran [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: - Hmmm ... not good. A little more research might qualify this problem for a PR. I was thinking that myself :-) - Yikes! Is the machine still responsive? Sometimes you can put the load that - high and still have a

Ports Name changes

2003-06-30 Thread bsd
Hi all. Occasionally ports have their names changed (as happened yesterday with autoconf and automake). Now when I run portupgrade I keep getting warnings that the names have changed, though there is no upgrade required. What steps should I follow to correct the names of my installed ports

FBSD 4.8 ftp install with 3c509B: ep0 device is not configure ??

2003-06-30 Thread Rob Lahaye
Hi, I'm installing FreeBSD 4.8 from floppies and want to proceed with ftp installation. This is on a fixed network at the university. The ethernet card is 3Com 509B (the BIOS says it's on interrupt 5). During the installation, after I have entered the network info, I get a message that says ep0

CDs

2003-06-30 Thread Lakshmi Sudha Vangara
Hi, I am a new user of FreeBSD I have downloaded 2 CDs for the installation of FreeBSD4.8 I have finished the installation with the first CD What is the second one for?? - Sudha **Disclaimer Information contained in this

Re: CDs

2003-06-30 Thread Konrad Heuer
On Mon, 30 Jun 2003, Lakshmi Sudha Vangara wrote: I am a new user of FreeBSD I have downloaded 2 CDs for the installation of FreeBSD4.8 I have finished the installation with the first CD What is the second one for?? The second one contains a live file system which can be used to repair

The Complete FreeBSD: errata and addenda

2003-06-30 Thread Greg Lehey
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 computer books are out of date almost before they are printed. Unfortunately, The Complete FreeBSD, published by O'Reilly, is no exception.

mount umount read-only floppy: unmount failed: Input/output error??

2003-06-30 Thread Rob Lahaye
Hi, I created the installation floppy from kern.flp. Removed it from the drive, to make it read-only. I then put it back into the drive and do, as root: # mount -t ufs /dev/fd0 /mnt # umount /dev/fd0 umount: unmount of /mnt failed: Input/output error # It's still mounted! I have to take the

Question about freebsd.org

2003-06-30 Thread Dan
Since you mention alldomains.com on your page http://www.freebsd.org/gallery/cgallery.html, I was wondering if your visitors would also like our site Cheap-DomainRegistration.com. We will put your site in our directory if you are interested in exchanging links. We offer domain names for $8.75

Re: mount umount read-only floppy: unmount failed: Input/outputerror ??

2003-06-30 Thread Rob
So did you put a write-protected floppy in, and try and mount it read/write? That's not going to work - Original Message - From: Rob Lahaye [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: mount umount read-only floppy: unmount failed: Input/output error ?? Hi, I created the installation floppy

Tornado

2003-06-30 Thread Lakshmi Sudha Vangara
Hi, Has anyone tried installing Tornado2.2 on FreeBSd4.8?? - Sudha **Disclaimer Information contained in this E-MAIL being proprietary to Wipro Limited is 'privileged' and 'confidential' and intended for use only by the

Re: mount umount read-only floppy: unmount failed: Input/outputerror ??

2003-06-30 Thread Rob
That's strange - I get errors as soon as I try and do this, before the filesystem is even available. Perhaps the updates from mounting the floppy aren't being written out to the actual media until you try to unmount it - some kind of caching issue? What happens if you try to touch a file on the

Re: mount umount read-only floppy: unmount failed: Input/outputerror ??

2003-06-30 Thread Rob Lahaye
Rob wrote: That's strange - I get errors as soon as I try and do this, before the filesystem is even available. Perhaps the updates from mounting the floppy aren't being written out to the actual media until you try to unmount it - some kind of caching issue? What happens if you try to

Windows Mediaplayer equivalent for FreeBSD/Unix ?

2003-06-30 Thread Rob Lahaye
I complaint to the national radio station to only provide their live programs for Windows Mediaplayer. The reply was that there are version(s) of this Mediaplayer available for Unix systems, but I had to approach a unix usergroup myself for finding out the details. Hmmm, I just wonder if this is

Re: Windows Mediaplayer equivalent for FreeBSD/Unix ?

2003-06-30 Thread Fox
Le Mon, Jun 30, 2003 at 07:30:03PM +0900, Rob Lahaye ecrivait: I complaint to the national radio station to only provide their live programs for Windows Mediaplayer. The reply was that there are version(s) of this Mediaplayer available for Unix systems, but I had to approach a unix

Re: mount umount read-only floppy: unmount failed: Input/outputerror ??

2003-06-30 Thread Rob
I think I've figured it out - here's a script(1) of trying to mount a write-protected floppy: [EMAIL PROTECTED] # uname -sr FreeBSD 4.8-RELEASE [EMAIL PROTECTED] # mount /dev/fd0 /mnt [EMAIL PROTECTED] # ll /mnt total 3 drwxr-xr-x 2 root wheel 512 Jun 28 14:04 . drwxr-xr-x 21

Re: mount umount read-only floppy: unmount failed: Input/outputerror ??

2003-06-30 Thread Rob Lahaye
Rob wrote: I think I've figured it out - here's a script(1) of trying to mount a [...] I'm guessing that you're doing this in a non-console shell, and the errors are appearing elsewhere - maybe /var/log/messages? Yep, my console is indeed filled up with the corresponding error messages.

Re: mount umount read-only floppy: unmount failed: Input/outputerror ??

2003-06-30 Thread Rob
I don't know if it's a bug - you've asked the OS to do something that is prohibited by the hardware, and (in the Unix tradition) it tries as hard as it can. What might be improved is an error message from mount(8) at the time of the problem - not everyone looks at their console -

Re: mount umount read-only floppy: unmount failed: Input/outputerror ??

2003-06-30 Thread Rob Lahaye
Rob wrote: I don't know if it's a bug - you've asked the OS to do something that is prohibited by the hardware, and (in the Unix tradition) it tries as hard as it can. What might be improved is an error message from mount(8) at the time of the problem - not everyone looks at their

SMP kernel hanging after testing 8254 intr delivery (RELENG_4)

2003-06-30 Thread Lars Köller
Hi experts, I need urgently help or a patch for FreeBSD-4-STABLE on a Fujitsu-Siemens RX300 hardware: - The non-SMP kernel runs well - With the SMP kernel a lockup occur after the 8254 interrupt delivery is tested: ... APIC_IO: Testing 8254 interrupt delivery I've

Re: mount umount read-only floppy: unmount failed: Input/outputerror ??

2003-06-30 Thread Rob Lahaye
Rob wrote: Yep - just tried mount -u -r -f /mnt and also umount -f /tmp Both fail with I/O errors, presumably from the fdc0 device. Also when rebooting, the failed sync interferes with unmounting other filesystems, causing fsck(8)s on the way back up. But mount/umount

Re: CDs

2003-06-30 Thread Konrad Heuer
On Mon, 30 Jun 2003, Peter [iso-8859-1] Schüller wrote: What is the second one for?? The second one contains a live file system which can be used to repair an existing installation in case of trouble (`fixit CD'). Hehe, and here I've been trying to get the livecd project's livecd to

SOLVED -Re: Help! I killed my rc.conf and cant boot correctly!

2003-06-30 Thread Keith Spencer
Thanks --- Roman Neuhauser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: # [EMAIL PROTECTED] / 2003-06-28 16:04:58 +1000: --- Adam [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Fri, 2003-06-27 at 23:57, Keith Spencer wrote: Want to hear a tale of stupidity and woe. I screwed up fbsd 4.7 system rc.conf and can only

4.8-RELEASE-alpha-disc1.iso

2003-06-30 Thread G.W.Roberts
Should 4.8-RELEASE-alpha-disc1.iso exist in /pub/FreeBSD/releases/alpha/ISO-IMAGES/4.8 ? Thanks, Gareth. -- Dr G W Roberts Dr G W Roberts Adran Mathemateg Department of Mathematics Ysgol Gwybodeg School of

Netperf for FreeBSD

2003-06-30 Thread Lakshmi Sudha Vangara
Hi, Is Netperf available for FreeBSD?? If so, can you inform me where to find the related files?? - Sudha **Disclaimer Information contained in this E-MAIL being proprietary to Wipro Limited is 'privileged' and 'confidential'

Re: Netperf for FreeBSD

2003-06-30 Thread Fox
Le Mon, Jun 30, 2003 at 06:17:20PM +0530, Lakshmi Sudha Vangara ecrivait: Hi, Is Netperf available for FreeBSD?? If so, can you inform me where to find the related files?? [EMAIL PROTECTED] :/usr/ports#make search key=netperf Port: netperf-2.2.3 Path: /usr/ports/benchmarks/netperf

Re: what kernel does freebsd use?

2003-06-30 Thread Kenneth Culver
I've read that there are multiple kernels for BSD. What does FreeBSD use? Can I swap it out for other kernels? Or am I mistaken? FreeBSD uses the FreeBSD kernel. You can recompile it using the source for the FreeBSD kernel, but it is the only kernel that works with FreeBSD. Ken

RE: what is the defferenet

2003-06-30 Thread FBSD_User
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Joshua Oreman Sent: Saturday, June 28, 2003 1:39 PM To: ZaiD Dashti Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: what is the defferenet On Sat, Jun 28, 2003 at 08:07:20PM +0300 or thereabouts, ZaiD Dashti wrote: hi

Re: lucent winmodem

2003-06-30 Thread Jason Stewart
On Thu, 2003-06-26 at 15:28, wrote: Dear list, If I understood well some articles (after a Google search), in order for FreeBSD 4.8 to recognise a lucent winmodem I have to do the following: cd /usr/ports/comms/ltmdm make; make install edit /etc/boot/loader.conf change/add

Re: what kernel does freebsd use?

2003-06-30 Thread Jerry McAllister
Hello, I've read that there are multiple kernels for BSD. What does FreeBSD use? Can I swap it out for other kernels? Or am I mistaken? Please break your lines around 72 characters. Maybe what you have seen is someone writing about creating a new kernel with something or other added or

Changing Sendmail prefix

2003-06-30 Thread Jamie
Hello, I am trying to install sendmail-sasl from ports, but it is installing the new sendmail in /usr/local. I would like the port install to overwrite the existing sendmail. Is there any way to pass an option to my make when I build the ports? I don't see any options for that in the

Re: mount umount read-only floppy: unmount failed: Input/outputerror ??

2003-06-30 Thread Sergey \DoubleF\ Zaharchenko
Rob Lahaye wrote: I created the installation floppy from kern.flp. Removed it from the drive, to make it read-only. I then put it back into the drive and do, as root: # mount -t ufs /dev/fd0 /mnt # umount /dev/fd0 umount: unmount of /mnt failed: Input/output error You know, ufs filesystems store

Bulletin Board System

2003-06-30 Thread Justin P. Michel
Greetings, I am looking at installing a Bulletin Board System on a website. So far, I have looked at phpBB and InvisionBoard, but I was wondering if anyone is using a BBS, and if there are any reccomendations for a secure, simple package to get running quickly. Regards, Justin P. Michel -- J

Number of groups

2003-06-30 Thread Vitali Malicky
Hello! I would like to make it unambiguously clear for me how many groups does FreeBSD support? I've heard that in FreeBSD I can only have 512 GID's maximum. But if I need a larger number of groups what should I do to change it? WBR -- Error Code=-1 Continue? Yes | No --

Re: Changing Sendmail prefix

2003-06-30 Thread Chuck Swiger
Jamie wrote: I am trying to install sendmail-sasl from ports, but it is installing the new sendmail in /usr/local. I would like the port install to overwrite the existing sendmail. Is there any way to pass an option to my make when I build the ports? I don't see any options for that in the

make buildworld fails

2003-06-30 Thread Maarten de Vries
Hi, I'm trying to upgrade an old P166 from 5.0 to 5.1-R using freshly cvsup'ed sources. After a couple of hours (heh...) it suddenly halts: /usr/obj/usr/src/i386/usr/lib/libtermlib_p.a - libncurses_p.a /usr/obj/usr/src/i386/usr/lib/libmytinfo_p.a - libncurses_p.a

Re: Number of groups

2003-06-30 Thread Chuck Swiger
Vitali Malicky wrote: I would like to make it unambiguously clear for me how many groups does FreeBSD support? The header file suggests the number is large (around 4 billion): typedefu_int32_t gid_t; /* group id */ ...but the traditional limit was 65000 or so

Re: 4.8-RELEASE-alpha-disc1.iso

2003-06-30 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Jun 30, 2003 at 01:31:57PM +0100, G.W.Roberts wrote: Should 4.8-RELEASE-alpha-disc1.iso exist in /pub/FreeBSD/releases/alpha/ISO-IMAGES/4.8 ? Probably, but you can use 4.8-RELEASE-alpha-miniinst.iso instead of it: the mini-iso is a sub set of disc1, missing such things as the XFree86

Re: Netperf for FreeBSD

2003-06-30 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Jun 30, 2003 at 06:17:20PM +0530, Lakshmi Sudha Vangara wrote: Is Netperf available for FreeBSD?? Yes. If so, can you inform me where to find the related files?? It's in ports: % cd /usr/ports ; make search key=netperf Port: netperf-2.2.3 Path:

Re: 4.8-RELEASE-alpha-disc1.iso

2003-06-30 Thread G.W.Roberts
I've found the answer to my query by trawling though the mailing lists. (The search facility is not working for me today - it returns nothing found for any query.) Here it is: Date: Sat, 3 May 2003 12:15:55 +0200 From: Wilko Bulte [EMAIL PROTECTED] To:Kevin A. Pieckiel

RE: Bulletin Board System

2003-06-30 Thread Jeff MacDonald
I like php - phorum. The install is completely brain dead, just untar files, and go to website. it's light weight, and quick enough for my uses so far. jeff. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Justin P. Michel Sent: Monday, June

Re: remote X on 5.1-RELEASE

2003-06-30 Thread Terry Todd
On Mon, Jun 30, 2003 at 07:00:23AM +0200, Roman Neuhauser wrote: # [EMAIL PROTECTED] / 2003-06-29 08:07:45 -0500: How do you get remote X to work with 5.1-RELEASE? Here is an attempt with some fields blanked out. $ xhost + access control disabled, clients can connect from any host

nfs installs of 5.1

2003-06-30 Thread M. L. Dodson
$subject seems broken for me for 5.1 miniinst.iso Export /cdrom from 10.2.1.4; exports line: /cdrom -maproot=0 -alldirs -network 10.2 -mask 255.255.0.0 (nfs server setup is well tested). when prompted for nfs info during install, give 10.2.1.4:/cdrom, netmask 255.255.0.0 (same subnet as target

Re: remote X on 5.1-RELEASE

2003-06-30 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Jun 30, 2003 at 09:51:47AM -0500, Terry Todd wrote: On Mon, Jun 30, 2003 at 07:00:23AM +0200, Roman Neuhauser wrote: # [EMAIL PROTECTED] / 2003-06-29 08:07:45 -0500: How do you get remote X to work with 5.1-RELEASE? Here is an attempt with some fields blanked out. $

RE: How to Start Courier-Imap?

2003-06-30 Thread Tomlinson, Drew
-Original Message- From: David Kelly [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, June 29, 2003 5:58 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: Tomlinson, Drew On Sunday 29 June 2003 06:02 pm, Tomlinson, Drew wrote: I've installed courier-imap 1.7.1 using portupgrade on my 4.8 system but I

Re: what kernel does freebsd use?

2003-06-30 Thread Bill Campbell
On Mon, Jun 30, 2003 at 09:10:32AM -0400, Kenneth Culver wrote: I've read that there are multiple kernels for BSD. What does FreeBSD use? Can I swap it out for other kernels? Or am I mistaken? FreeBSD uses the FreeBSD kernel. You can recompile it using the source for the FreeBSD kernel, but it

.Xdefaults

2003-06-30 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Hello, I'm using FreeBSD 5.1 and came across something today. Say I wanted to make xterms background by default i could add XTerm*background: black into my ~/.Xdefaults file and it would load by default. Where would I go about finding out more options for more programs to place them in my

3Com 3CR990-TX-95/3CR990SVR95

2003-06-30 Thread acc
Friends: I recently purchased a box of 3Com 3CR990-TX-95 NICs from eBay and am currently in the process of testing them with a Dell system that a friend lent me (sorry, no specs). The back of the functional cards are printed with the following information: FAB 02-0182-000 REV 07. The only one

Make XFree86-4-Server = can't fetch Wraphelp.c

2003-06-30 Thread Gary Aitken
Hello all, When attempting to build XFree86-4-Server, the main bundle fetches fine, but all attempts to fetch Wraphelp.c fail (not found, permission denied, file unavailable). Is there something I need to tweak or is this an expected occurrance? Thanks, Gary Aitken

Re: 3Com 3CR990-TX-95/3CR990SVR95

2003-06-30 Thread Kliment Andreev
I recently purchased a box of 3Com 3CR990-TX-95 NICs from eBay and am currently in the process of testing them with a Dell system that a friend lent me (sorry, no specs). If you don't have CD ROM to install Windows, try to use DOS drivers and DOS diag program.

Re: Make XFree86-4-Server = can't fetch Wraphelp.c

2003-06-30 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Gary Aitken [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: When attempting to build XFree86-4-Server, the main bundle fetches fine, but all attempts to fetch Wraphelp.c fail (not found, permission denied, file unavailable). Is there something I need to tweak or is this an expected occurrance? In the latest

Re: PPP troubles SOLVED!!!

2003-06-30 Thread RexFelis
Good to know FreeBSD can mount EXT2 and EXT3 partitions. Thanks for the information. :) The problem remains, however, since I highly favor ReiserFS for use with Linux. EXT2 has given me crash recovery issues and EXT3 does not perform as speedily as ReiserFS. ResierFS just takes whatever I

what actually happens with rejected mail?

2003-06-30 Thread Marco Beishuizen
Hi, I'm using sendmail as MTA and fetchmail to fetch my mail from my ISP. To filter spam I use the /etc/mail/access file and mark domains and adresses from spammers with an ERROR:550. Everything is working fine, but now I wonder what happens with the spammail that is being rejected? Are those

Re: Make XFree86-4-Server = can't fetch Wraphelp.c

2003-06-30 Thread Gary Aitken
Hmmm. Attempting to fetch this manually yields Permission denied. An attempt to ls any of the directories does the same. Hints? Thanks, Gary When attempting to build XFree86-4-Server, the main bundle fetches fine, but all attempts to fetch Wraphelp.c fail (not found, permission denied,

Re: what actually happens with rejected mail?

2003-06-30 Thread Chuck Swiger
Marco Beishuizen wrote: [ ... ] Everything is working fine, but now I wonder what happens with the spammail that is being rejected? Are those spammails being deleted? Or are they send back to my ISP? My maillogfiles show that spam is correctly filtered, and a message with the errorcode is send

Re: Sysctl uptime

2003-06-30 Thread Shantanu Mahajan
+-- Remington L. [freebsd] [30-06-03 21:17 -0700]: | Is there a sysctl string that can tell me my uptime? | | | | -- you can get the uptime. indirectly. sysctl kern.boottime Regards, Shantanu -- You can look through a file in a

Re: PPP troubles SOLVED!!!

2003-06-30 Thread Shantanu Mahajan
add the following line in your ppp.conf to get the proper DNS servers from your ISP. enable dns check out 'man ppp' to get more info about it. Regards, Shantanu +-- RexFelis [freebsd] [29-06-03 19:49 -0700]: | Yah! Boy does it feel good to

Re: Make XFree86-4-Server = can't fetch Wraphelp.c

2003-06-30 Thread Gary Aitken
Hmmm. Never mind. I think I've got something blocked on one system and not the others. Thanks. Hmmm. Attempting to fetch this manually yields Permission denied. An attempt to ls any of the directories does the same. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing

Re: what kernel does freebsd use?

2003-06-30 Thread Chuck Swiger
Bill Campbell wrote: On Mon, Jun 30, 2003 at 09:10:32AM -0400, Kenneth Culver wrote: FreeBSD uses the FreeBSD kernel. You can recompile it using the source for the FreeBSD kernel, but it is the only kernel that works with FreeBSD. Perhaps there's some confusion with OS X which starts life as

network monitor

2003-06-30 Thread Kenzo
I was wondering if there was another app like ntop that monitors network traffic. I would like to be able to see who uses how much bandwidth and what services they are using. Ntop does not fully give these info. For example, I see that morpheus is being listed as a used service, but it doesn't

Seperate fields in File

2003-06-30 Thread Moritz Fromwald
Hello all, I have a text file, which contains several data sets, separated by a particular string (---.*=.*--) I need to write a script, which processes each of these data sets Can anyone push me in the right direction? Is it possible to simplify the following command in several lines

Re: tree-based quotas for UFS/UFS2?

2003-06-30 Thread Chris Dillon
On Thu, 26 Jun 2003, Ryan Dooley wrote: Has anybody done work on Tree-based quotas for UFS/UFS2? As an administrator I'm finding more and more reasons that such a thing would be a good thing. By tree-based you mean the ability to define this directory and everything under it gets X amount of

Re: what actually happens with rejected mail?

2003-06-30 Thread John Von Essen
The reject email summary will most likely never reach the sender, but things like User Unknown are communicated during the SMTP conversation, in which the sending spammer will get some info indicating that you are a bad recipient. Spammers usually try their best to get rid of addresses that they

Re: .Xdefaults

2003-06-30 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Jun 30, 2003 at 11:22:47AM -0500, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I'm using FreeBSD 5.1 and came across something today. Say I wanted to make xterms background by default i could add XTerm*background: black into my ~/.Xdefaults file and it would load by default. Where would I go

5.1-RELEASE Windows XP dual-boot issues

2003-06-30 Thread Scott Reese
[Please cc: me in any replies as I am not currently subscribed to this list. Thank you.] Hello all, Previously, I had a dual-boot setup with FreeBSD 5.0 and Windows XP. I was using booteasy as the boot loader and I had no problem booting into either Windows or FreeBSD. However, I found myself

Re: 5.1-RELEASE Windows XP dual-boot issues

2003-06-30 Thread Chuck Swiger
Scott Reese wrote: After the install, I was able to boot FreeBSD with no problems at all, but when I went to boot up Windows, I received the dreaded 'NTLDR missing' message. Try marking the Windows partition as active (via fdisk from MS-DOS, or /stand/sysinstall), and see whether that does any

Re: tree-based quotas for UFS/UFS2?

2003-06-30 Thread Ryan Dooley
By tree-based you mean the ability to define this directory and everything under it gets X amount of storage, regardless of owner? If so, I also wish this ability existed, and I've talked with several administrators of ISPs that sorely need that ability as well. If it is a monumental

802.11g

2003-06-30 Thread sigma_x
I was just reading that there is a set of 802.11g drivers out for the FREEBSD- CURRENT 5.0 release.. Does anyone know what I am talking about, or do I need to give more info? I have the URL's at home, but I would like to get answers by the time I am at home. Will these 802.11g drivers cover

Re: 5.1-RELEASE Windows XP dual-boot issues

2003-06-30 Thread Scott Reese
On Mon, 2003-06-30 at 11:33, Chuck Swiger wrote: Scott Reese wrote: After the install, I was able to boot FreeBSD with no problems at all, but when I went to boot up Windows, I received the dreaded 'NTLDR missing' message. Try marking the Windows partition as active (via fdisk from

performance tuning?

2003-06-30 Thread quadrant
Hi all. I have a question about the speed at which my applications are running. I have a dual boot Win98 and FreeBSD 4.8-stable (separate hard drives). In winblows, my multimedia is great - no hesitations, smooth audio and video, etc. But in FreeBSD, any application I run seems to go MUCH slower.

Re: aoi (Art of Illusion)

2003-06-30 Thread P. U. Kruppa
On Sun, 29 Jun 2003, Kris Kennaway wrote: On Sun, Jun 29, 2003 at 08:10:46PM +0200, P. U. Kruppa wrote: Hi! I tried the aoi port. Construction of 3D-Objects works nicely, but I have problems rendering textures. Uniform seems to be ok, but I don't get any Procedural 3D . Do I have

Re: 5.1-RELEASE Windows XP dual-boot issues

2003-06-30 Thread Jesse Guardiani
Scott Reese wrote: On Mon, 2003-06-30 at 11:33, Chuck Swiger wrote: Scott Reese wrote: After the install, I was able to boot FreeBSD with no problems at all, but when I went to boot up Windows, I received the dreaded 'NTLDR missing' message. Try marking the Windows partition as active

Re: Seperate fields in File

2003-06-30 Thread Jason Stewart
If you know how to write the script, then you would also know how to put it in a file too... Smells like a homework assignment to me. A google search turned up this: http://www.devhood.com/tutorials/tutorial_details.aspx?tutorial_id=468 On Mon, 2003-06-30 at 13:43, Moritz Fromwald wrote:

post config hang

2003-06-30 Thread Ron Riese
System is: AMD K6/2 500Mhz trying to install on 2GB wd 22000 drive. After configuring kernel, my output (and system) halts after: pci2: PCI bus on pcib1 Possibly un/related: I have 2 unknown cards VIATech w/ device 3040 (power mgmt. controller and Ctreative Technology Ensoniq ES1371. It is

Need help with NAS server setup

2003-06-30 Thread J. Seth Henry
Hello, I recently split up my FreeBSD server into two machines. One is a small ITX based system than [is intended to] handle audio and home automation. I installed nasd 1.6 on this machine, and it appears to be loaded (I can telnet to port 8000 and it connects), but I can't actually use it. So

Re: Bulletin Board System

2003-06-30 Thread Jez Hancock
On Mon, Jun 30, 2003 at 09:53:13AM -0400, Justin P. Michel wrote: Greetings, I am looking at installing a Bulletin Board System on a website. So far, I have looked at phpBB and InvisionBoard, but I was wondering if anyone is using a BBS, and if there are any reccomendations for a secure,

Re: make buildworld fails

2003-06-30 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Mon, Jun 30, 2003 at 04:12:14PM +0200, Maarten de Vries wrote: Hi, I'm trying to upgrade an old P166 from 5.0 to 5.1-R using freshly cvsup'ed sources. After a couple of hours (heh...) it suddenly halts: /usr/obj/usr/src/i386/usr/lib/libtermlib_p.a - libncurses_p.a

Re: Seperate fields in File

2003-06-30 Thread Moritz Fromwald
Hello, If you know how to write the script, then you would also know how to put it in a file too... snip homework, script, Well, ain't no homework, just a newbie to script writing, thats all! So is there a way to split the content of a file up into an array? TIA regards Moritz

Problems with Userland PPP as PPTP/PPPoE server

2003-06-30 Thread Brett Glass
All: I'm having a terrible time with servers in which I'm using FreeBSD's userland PPP to provide PPPoE or PPTP service. It appears that every so often -- usually after a client's connection is severed for some reason (for example, if the client simply shuts of his or her machine without

Re: performance tuning?

2003-06-30 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Mon, Jun 30, 2003 at 03:02:27PM -0400, quadrant wrote: Hi all. I have a question about the speed at which my applications are running. I have a dual boot Win98 and FreeBSD 4.8-stable (separate hard drives). In winblows, my multimedia is great - no hesitations, smooth audio and video, etc.

PPP trouble solved?! not for me

2003-06-30 Thread Nathaniel Nigro
I already have enabvle dns and it still adds 255.255.255.255 as my nameserver in /etc/resolv _ MSN 8 with e-mail virus protection service: 2 months FREE* http://join.msn.com/?page=features/virus

Re: performance tuning?

2003-06-30 Thread Vulpes Velox
Here are a few thing that should help. 1: get ride of KDE... try fluxbox... KDE makes a horrid wm as it eats a lot of resources 2: start optimizing stuff... 2.1: copy /etc/defualts/make.conf to /etc/make.conf and set that optimize stuff 2.2: make a optimized kernel 2.3: do a buildworld 2.4:

UDP port question

2003-06-30 Thread Jason Lieurance
Hello, We have a FreeBSD 4.7 server that is an email, web, and dns server. I noticed for the first time today when running either sockstat -4 or netstat -na this enrty: udp4 0 0 *.* *.* I've never noticed that before and first, is it something to worry about? If so, how do I get

Re: 5.1-RELEASE Windows XP dual-boot issues

2003-06-30 Thread Andrew Boothman
On Monday 30 June 2003 7:19 pm, Scott Reese wrote: Previously, I had a dual-boot setup with FreeBSD 5.0 and Windows XP. I was using booteasy as the boot loader and I had no problem booting into either Windows or FreeBSD. However, I found myself having to reinstall FreeBSD so I decided to go

Re: 5.1-RELEASE Windows XP dual-boot issues

2003-06-30 Thread Doug White
On Mon, 30 Jun 2003, Andrew Boothman wrote: This seems to be a recurring problem after 5-RELEASE. I had exactly the same problem, and I know of others that are the same. For some reason -current doesn't seem to be inter-operating well with the WinXP/Win2k loader anymore. I'm not sure if it's

SCSI Tape (sa) coniguration

2003-06-30 Thread Forrest Aldrich
I attached a basic 4mm tape drive (SCSI-2) to my system, which is detected by the kernel. But mt reports the device(s) are not configured.Here is dmesg: sa0 at ahc1 bus 0 target 6 lun 0 sa0: HP C1537A L706 Removable Sequential Access SCSI-2 device sa0: 10.000MB/s transfers (10.000MHz,

Re: SCSI Tape (sa) coniguration

2003-06-30 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Jun 30), Forrest Aldrich said: I attached a basic 4mm tape drive (SCSI-2) to my system, which is detected by the kernel. But mt reports the device(s) are not configured. Here is dmesg: Insert a tape and try again. -- Dan Nelson [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: 5.1-RELEASE Windows XP dual-boot issues

2003-06-30 Thread Scott Reese
On Mon, 2003-06-30 at 22:14, Doug White wrote: On Mon, 30 Jun 2003, Andrew Boothman wrote: This seems to be a recurring problem after 5-RELEASE. I had exactly the same problem, and I know of others that are the same. For some reason -current doesn't seem to be inter-operating well with

Re: SCSI Tape (sa) coniguration

2003-06-30 Thread Bill Moran
Forrest Aldrich wrote: I attached a basic 4mm tape drive (SCSI-2) to my system, which is detected by the kernel. But mt reports the device(s) are not configured.Here is dmesg: sa0 at ahc1 bus 0 target 6 lun 0 sa0: HP C1537A L706 Removable Sequential Access SCSI-2 device sa0: 10.000MB/s

Re: 5.1-RELEASE Windows XP dual-boot issues

2003-06-30 Thread Scott Reese
On Mon, 2003-06-30 at 22:10, Andrew Boothman wrote: On Monday 30 June 2003 7:19 pm, Scott Reese wrote: Previously, I had a dual-boot setup with FreeBSD 5.0 and Windows XP. I was using booteasy as the boot loader and I had no problem booting into either Windows or FreeBSD. However, I

Re: Seperate fields in File

2003-06-30 Thread Joshua Oreman
On Mon, Jun 30, 2003 at 11:33:49PM +0200 or thereabouts, Moritz Fromwald wrote: Hello, If you know how to write the script, then you would also know how to put it in a file too... snip homework, script, Well, ain't no homework, just a newbie to script writing, thats all! So is

Problem installing GIMP

2003-06-30 Thread Konrad Scorciapino
Hello, I'm having problems installing GIMP (stable version) with the ports here. It installs 'gimp.setfont' but not 'gimp'. Looking at the installed things with `pkg_info -L gimp-version`, everything seems ok, but most of those files are not really installed. When installing it, `make` goes

Re: Problem installing GIMP

2003-06-30 Thread Joe Marcus Clarke
On Mon, 2003-06-30 at 19:16, Konrad Scorciapino wrote: Hello, I'm having problems installing GIMP (stable version) with the ports here. It installs 'gimp.setfont' but not 'gimp'. Looking at the installed things with `pkg_info -L gimp-version`, everything seems ok, but most of those files

Re: Problem installing GIMP

2003-06-30 Thread Konrad Scorciapino
Hi, I've also done that. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Bulletin Board System

2003-06-30 Thread Adam
On Mon, 2003-06-30 at 09:53, Justin P. Michel wrote: I am looking at installing a Bulletin Board System on a website. So far, I have looked at phpBB and InvisionBoard, but I was wondering if anyone is using a BBS, and if there are any reccomendations for a secure, simple package to get

asfrecorder

2003-06-30 Thread Bob Hall
Has anyone gotten asfrecorder to work from a command line? I get the 200 - OK message and no download. The developer's instructions for getting around this on Windows don't work on a FBSD commandline. Bob Hall ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Samba passwords

2003-06-30 Thread Bob Hall
samba-2.2.8a FreeBSD 4.8 I'm trying to get samba running on my FBSD server. I've done this previously with another server, but I can't seem to get it to work this time. If I turn off password encryption, then I pass all the tests in the DIAGNOSIS file, but Win2k obviously won't allow the

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