Re: Postfix With SASL Authentication?

2003-07-07 Thread Sunil Sunder Raj
1) Install postfix+sasl 2) edit /usr/local/lib/sasl2/Sendmail.conf pwcheck_method: auxprop 3) edit /usr/local/lib/sasl2/smtpd.conf pwcheck_method: auxprop 4) edit /usr/local/etc/postfix/main.cf smtpd_sasl_auth_enable = yes smtpd_sasl_security_options = noanonymous

Re: Stop syslog from writing certain facilities to console?

2003-07-07 Thread Simas Cepaitis
Kirk Strauser wrote: I'm running Leafnode in a FreeBSD 4.8-STABLE jail environment. `fetchnews' reports a lot of minor errors to news.err, and these get written to console (which annoys me to no end). /etc/syslog.conf looks like: *.err;kern.debug;auth.notice;mail.crit /dev/console

Re: Mounting extended dos partition

2003-07-07 Thread Kent Stewart
On Sunday 06 July 2003 10:45 pm, Brian Astill wrote: On Mon, 7 Jul 2003 05:21 am, Kent Stewart wrote: Any ideas on how I mount this logical drive in this extended partition ? The extended partitions all start at 5 because you can have 4 primary partitions. Typo! should read can't ,

the system startup (boot) information

2003-07-07 Thread #ZOU ZIXUAN#
Hi, all how and where to read the system startup information? thanx in advance Best regards Zou ZiXuan PhD candidate, Centre For Multimedia And Network Technology School Of Computer Engineering Nanyang Technological University N4-1c-08, Nanyang Avenue Singapore 639798 tel:(65)67906579

Re: the system startup (boot) information

2003-07-07 Thread Rus Foster
On Mon, 7 Jul 2003, #ZOU ZIXUAN# wrote: Hi, all how and where to read the system startup information? thanx in advance Run dmesg or look at /var/log/dmesg* Rgds Rus Foster -- www: http://www.65535.net | Hosting - Shell Accounts MSNM: [EMAIL PROTECTED] | Virtual Servers from

Re: the system startup (boot) information

2003-07-07 Thread Dirk-Willem van Gulik
On Mon, 7 Jul 2003, #ZOU ZIXUAN# wrote: how and where to read the system startup information? cat /var/run/dmesg.boot more /var/run/dmesg.boot dmesg | more Dw ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

installing 5.1-RELEASE - problem with swap

2003-07-07 Thread Prestele Stefan
Hi all, I'm trying to install the 5.1-RELEASE. But after defining my partitions with disklabel I get an error, that he can't find device

Re: More hardware problems (advice needed)

2003-07-07 Thread Jud
On 06 Jul 2003 15:18:51 -0400, Adam [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: On Sun, 2003-07-06 at 14:10, Bill Moran wrote: Sounds like a HDD going ... I had a similar sceneria a few months ago and it was the HDD. You could get a FreeSBIE CD, boot it and run cpuburn to test the CPU. Good idea about

Re: More hardware problems (advice needed)

2003-07-07 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Jul 07, 2003 at 06:18:12AM -0400, Jud wrote: On 06 Jul 2003 15:18:51 -0400, Adam [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: On Sun, 2003-07-06 at 14:10, Bill Moran wrote: Sounds like a HDD going ... I had a similar sceneria a few months ago and it was the HDD. You could get a FreeSBIE CD, boot it

Re: PHP not interpreted.

2003-07-07 Thread Daniel Bye
Try again... Broken MTA settings meant the previous attempt got eaten somewhere... On Sun, Jul 06, 2003 at 01:21:41PM -0400, Bill Moran wrote: redmyrlin wrote: I originally had Apache 1.3.27 running OK with mod_php4. I decided to add SSL capability so uninstalled apache using pkg_delete -f

Re: More hardware problems (advice needed)

2003-07-07 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Jul 07, 2003 at 11:28:51AM +0100, Matthew Seaman wrote: On Mon, Jul 07, 2003 at 06:18:12AM -0400, Jud wrote: On 06 Jul 2003 15:18:51 -0400, Adam [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: On Sun, 2003-07-06 at 14:10, Bill Moran wrote: Sounds like a HDD going ... I had a similar sceneria a few

uname(3) return being truncated

2003-07-07 Thread Daniel Bye
Morning all, I have just come across something that strikes me as a little peculiar. I don't know if it's a FreeBSD peculiarity, or an Exim oddity. My MTA is exim 4.20. I had left the $primary_hostname unset in my config file, expecting exim to take the return value from uname(3), which is the

Re: PHP not interpreted.

2003-07-07 Thread Daniel Bye
Try again... First posting seems to have been eaten... ;-) On Sun, Jul 06, 2003 at 01:21:41PM -0400, Bill Moran wrote: redmyrlin wrote: I originally had Apache 1.3.27 running OK with mod_php4. I decided to add SSL capability so uninstalled apache using pkg_delete -f . I then used make

Re: PHP not interpreted.

2003-07-07 Thread Daniel Bye
On Sun, Jul 06, 2003 at 01:21:41PM -0400, Bill Moran wrote: redmyrlin wrote: I originally had Apache 1.3.27 running OK with mod_php4. I decided to add SSL capability so uninstalled apache using pkg_delete -f . I then used make install in the ports tree to install

Re: PHP not interpreted.

2003-07-07 Thread Daniel Bye
~blush~ Sincere apologies for the noise... Once might have been interesting, three times is a bit brain-dead though. Sorry.. Dan -- Daniel Bye PGP Key: ftp://ftp.slightlystrange.org/pgpkey/dan.asc PGP Key fingerprint: 3B9D 8BBB EB03 BA83 5DB4 3B88 86FC F03A 90A1 BE8F

Re: Application

2003-07-07 Thread errata
Thank you for your interest in Red Hat's products. For the latest product errata, please visit these pages on the Red Hat website: http://www.redhat.com/apps/support/updates.html (This page lists all available errata. If the errata includes updated software, you can manually download the

libc.so.4

2003-07-07 Thread Jun
Hello there. Greetings!!! I would like to ask if how can I fix the error I always receive from my box FreeBSD 5.0-p7 when i run any executable program such as gmake, httpd, etc.: gowee# gmake release /usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: Shared object libc.so.4 not found gowee# that's the error i

Re: libc.so.4

2003-07-07 Thread Vincent Poy
On Mon, 7 Jul 2003, Jun wrote: Hello there. Greetings!!! I would like to ask if how can I fix the error I always receive from my box FreeBSD 5.0-p7 when i run any executable program such as gmake, httpd, etc.: gowee# gmake release /usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: Shared object libc.so.4 not

Re: libc.so.4

2003-07-07 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Mon, Jul 07, 2003 at 01:34:50AM -1000, Vincent Poy wrote: On Mon, 7 Jul 2003, Jun wrote: Hello there. Greetings!!! I would like to ask if how can I fix the error I always receive from my box FreeBSD 5.0-p7 when i run any executable program such as gmake, httpd, etc.: gowee#

Re: bftpd throttles upload speed

2003-07-07 Thread Jonathan Arnold
I have bftpd set up so I can shuffle files around in my local network. When I download from it to my windows machine I get the normal 8000KBs but when I try to send files to it the speed drops to around 80KBs. I also have an I would try emailing the author. I've done it a few times and found

(* chtoorkit)

2003-07-07 Thread Michael Büttner
Hello, I found the following a day on our Mailserver (* chtoorkit) What means that? Mailadress: [EMAIL PROTECTED] MfG Michael Büttner Leitung Technik Netzwerk Telekommunikation --- BNT Büro für Nachrichten und Trends GmbH

Re: Mounting extended dos partition

2003-07-07 Thread Brian Astill
On Mon, 7 Jul 2003 04:08 pm, Kent Stewart wrote: On Sunday 06 July 2003 10:45 pm, Brian Astill wrote: On Mon, 7 Jul 2003 05:21 am, Kent Stewart wrote: Any ideas on how I mount this logical drive in this extended partition ? The extended partitions all start at 5 because you can

RE: (* chtoorkit)

2003-07-07 Thread Dave [Hawk-Systems]
I found the following a day on our Mailserver (* chtoorkit) What means that? /usr/ports/security/chkrootkit does a batch of scans and comparisons to see if a root kit has been installed on your system. If you are using it, just a warning, that if you have a busy web server, you may get false

Re: Need help with a strange mail/domain problem!

2003-07-07 Thread David Landgren
Thomas Beutler wrote: Hi everyone! I'm a total stranger to the Unix world... too long have I dwelled in the Windows area, and now I'm searching for new horizons and worlds to explore... the Unix world. I looked around and found FreeBSD interesting enough to install... and here I am with a

Re: How to delete/replace default route using ppp?

2003-07-07 Thread Peter Elsner
No, it won't... rc.conf take precedence... If you have a defaultrouter line in your rc.conf file, it will still be there. You must comment that line out, and then use the add default HISADDR to your ppp.conf file. Otherwise you will get a warning message Warning: default route already exists (or

Re: Compiling

2003-07-07 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Ronny Hippler [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hello, I am having a problem compiling several programs. I keep getting the error can't find expat, but I have it installed. pkg_info lists it and if I look in /usr/local/include there is an expat.h file what am I missing? I am trying to

5.1 COMMENTFILE Problem

2003-07-07 Thread David Markle
All, Installed 5.1 on a system and go to install CVSupit to get my tree in sync. I get the following message: #make install There is a COMMENTFILE in this port. COMMENTFILEs have been deprecated in favor of COMMENT variables. Please, rectify this. *** Error code 1 Stop. I read somewhere

Re: Adding new hard disk

2003-07-07 Thread Bill Moran
Mark wrote: Ok, I bought a new 80G hard disk, for backups. I added it on the second IDE. But now, when I ran FDISK and the Label program (booted from CD), it will not allow me to just add /backup as mount point, and says it wants a root + swap partition too. :( I did W when writing out the info,

Re: 5.1 COMMENTFILE Problem

2003-07-07 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Sun, Jul 06, 2003 at 07:57:11PM -0400, David Markle wrote: All, Installed 5.1 on a system and go to install CVSupit to get my tree in sync. I get the following message: #make install There is a COMMENTFILE in this port. COMMENTFILEs have been deprecated in favor of COMMENT variables.

zip drive problem

2003-07-07 Thread Kirk R. Wythers
I have one zip250 disk that is not mounting. It gives the error: dev/afd0: Operation not permitted All the rest of my disks mount properly, and work fine. I need to recover data from this disk. Any ideas? -- Kirk R. Wythers Department of Forest Resources Tel: 612.625.2261

post-installation problem

2003-07-07 Thread Edouard Saksonov
Hi, I have installed FreeBSD 4.0 on my PC I did boot from CDROM, but in the Media I had to put DOS, cause my PC refuses to install everything from CDROM (may be not of supported type). So, I copied whole CDROM to C/FREEBSD, and I used DOS partition for install. Everything went O.K. I configured

Re: post-installation problem

2003-07-07 Thread Edy Lie
So in your /etc/fstab should look something like this /dev/ad1s1d /backupufs rw 2 2 Please change /dev/ad1s1d according to your drive name. On Mon, 2003-07-07 at 23:25, Edouard Saksonov wrote: Hi, I have installed FreeBSD 4.0 on my PC I did boot

Re: funky dns required

2003-07-07 Thread Luke Cowell
If email is your only concern, then there's a much simpler solution. I have implemented this before and I find it works well. I've only tested this solution where the smtp server runs on my NAT box (NAT being required is implicit... Was implicit). Simply add this line to your nat config rdr fxp0

Re: post-installation problem

2003-07-07 Thread Bill Moran
Edouard Saksonov wrote: Hi, I have installed FreeBSD 4.0 on my PC I did boot from CDROM, but in the Media I had to put DOS, cause my PC refuses to install everything from CDROM (may be not of supported type). So, I copied whole CDROM to C/FREEBSD, and I used DOS partition for install. Everything

Re: Adding new hard disk

2003-07-07 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Jul 07, 2003 at 02:57:28PM +, Mark wrote: Ok, I bought a new 80G hard disk, for backups. I added it on the second IDE. But now, when I ran FDISK and the Label program (booted from CD), it will not allow me to just add /backup as mount point, and says it wants a root + swap

4.6-stable : libc.so.4 upgrade to libc.so.6 question

2003-07-07 Thread Kris Yates
Hello, First of all, I dont think I am subscribed to the list. Please send your replies directly to my email address, as I dont have time to check the list archives as often as I would like. I have a 4.6-stable box, which seems to be running fine. I installed a PHP extension recently, which

/var/mail question

2003-07-07 Thread quadrant
I was temporarilly using pine to retrieve my email, and upon exiting the program, pine notified me that the /var/mail directory was vulnerable, and advised a chmod 1777 of such. The default is 775. What are the implications of this, and won't 1777 make the folder more vulnerable? My understanding

Re: /var/mail question

2003-07-07 Thread Daniel Bye
On Mon, Jul 07, 2003 at 11:59:51AM -0400, quadrant wrote: I was temporarilly using pine to retrieve my email, and upon exiting the program, pine notified me that the /var/mail directory was vulnerable, and advised a chmod 1777 of such. The default is 775. What are the implications of this, and

Re: post-installation problem

2003-07-07 Thread Jerry McAllister
Hi, I have installed FreeBSD 4.0 on my PC Not specifically an answer to your question, but, is there a reason you are attempting a new install of such an old version of FreeBSD? If not, I would suggest installing V 4.8. You should have not trouble installing things from /usr/ports or

Re: /var/mail question

2003-07-07 Thread Bill Moran
quadrant wrote: I was temporarilly using pine to retrieve my email, and upon exiting the program, pine notified me that the /var/mail directory was vulnerable, and advised a chmod 1777 of such. The default is 775. What are the implications of this, and won't 1777 make the folder more vulnerable?

Re: /var/mail question

2003-07-07 Thread Chuck Swiger
quadrant wrote: I was temporarilly using pine to retrieve my email, and upon exiting the program, pine notified me that the /var/mail directory was vulnerable, and advised a chmod 1777 of such. The default is 775. What are the implications of this, and won't 1777 make the folder more vulnerable?

Re: Adding new hard disk

2003-07-07 Thread Mark
- Original Message - From: Matthew Seaman [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Mark [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, July 07, 2003 5:47 PM Subject: Re: Adding new hard disk On Mon, Jul 07, 2003 at 02:57:28PM +, Mark wrote: Ok, I bought a new 80G hard disk, for backups. I

Re: Internet Connection Problem

2003-07-07 Thread P. U. Kruppa
On Sun, 6 Jul 2003, Eddie Tremblay wrote: I just finished install Unix FreeBSD 4.8-RELEASE. I am new to unix and i am having trouble setting it up on the internet. I live in Ontario , Canada and i am using Bell Sympatico, DSL. It is a broadband connection. Can you please email me back

USB mouse/keyboard causes kernel panic during boot sequence

2003-07-07 Thread Michael E. Mercer
Anybody?!?!?! Hello peoples, I have posted this before and unfortunately I still have this problem. During the boot sequence, when it probes for the USB devices, it causes a kernel panic (page fault) if there is either (or both) a USB mouse and/or keyboard attached. If I remove the mouse and

problem upgrading from 5.0 to 5.1

2003-07-07 Thread Paul Chvostek
I'm confused... I've got a box on which 5.0-RELEASE was installed. I updated the source tree using cvsup to RELENG_5_1 and tried to recompile, and now every time it gets to bin/cat, it chokes. The source tree *is* up to date, I've tried running `make clean update buildworld` to no avail. It

Extended FAT 32

2003-07-07 Thread Olivier DAVY
Hi everybody, I would like to know if it is possible to read windows FAT32 partitions that are in the extended partition with FreeBSD (I got the 5.1) ? Thanks for your attention, olivier -- -- Olivier DAVY ENSIMAG engineer - HEC alumnus E-mail : [EMAIL

Re: 4.6-stable : libc.so.4 upgrade to libc.so.6 question

2003-07-07 Thread Joshua Oreman
On Mon, Jul 07, 2003 at 10:56:32AM -0500 or thereabouts, Kris Yates wrote: Hello, First of all, I dont think I am subscribed to the list. Please send your replies directly to my email address, as I dont have time to check the list archives as often as I would like. I have a 4.6-stable

Login.Access

2003-07-07 Thread Scott Gerhardt
Login seems to be ignoring my /etc/login.access settings. I have the following entries (see below) in my login.access, yet any new user (not in the wheel group) is still allowed to login. What am I missing? # $FreeBSD: src/etc/login.access,v 1.3 1999/08/27 23:23:42 peter Exp $ # -:ALL EXCEPT

Re: USB mouse/keyboard causes kernel panic during boot sequence

2003-07-07 Thread Joshua Oreman
On Mon, Jul 07, 2003 at 12:34:48PM -0400 or thereabouts, Michael E. Mercer wrote: Anybody?!?!?! Hello peoples, I have posted this before and unfortunately I still have this problem. During the boot sequence, when it probes for the USB devices, it causes a kernel panic (page fault) if

Re: problem upgrading from 5.0 to 5.1

2003-07-07 Thread Joshua Oreman
On Mon, Jul 07, 2003 at 12:42:49PM -0400 or thereabouts, Paul Chvostek wrote: I'm confused... I've got a box on which 5.0-RELEASE was installed. I updated the source tree using cvsup to RELENG_5_1 and tried to recompile, and now every time it gets to bin/cat, it chokes. The source tree

Re: Extended FAT 32

2003-07-07 Thread Joshua Oreman
On Mon, Jul 07, 2003 at 06:44:27PM +0200 or thereabouts, Olivier DAVY wrote: Hi everybody, I would like to know if it is possible to read windows FAT32 partitions that are in the extended partition with FreeBSD (I got the 5.1) ? First extended partition: # mkdir /win # mount_msdosfs

Re: Login.Access

2003-07-07 Thread Daniel Bye
On Mon, Jul 07, 2003 at 11:00:49AM -0600, Scott Gerhardt wrote: Login seems to be ignoring my /etc/login.access settings. Did you cap_mkdb /etc/login.access after editing the file? I have the following entries (see below) in my login.access, yet any new user (not in the wheel group) is

Re: Postfix With SASL Authentication?

2003-07-07 Thread Drew Tomlinson
- Original Message - From: Sunil Sunder Raj [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, July 06, 2003 11:10 PM Subject: Re: Postfix With SASL Authentication? 1) Install postfix+sasl 2) edit /usr/local/lib/sasl2/Sendmail.conf pwcheck_method: auxprop

Users question...

2003-07-07 Thread Xpression
Can I have a special account to manage a specific service, specifically MySQL. I mean, I running MySQL as mysql user, but when I want to update the database I have to login as root, made changes and so on, then, I want to create another user to this job, I have added a user as member of

gzip library (compressing a buffer in C)

2003-07-07 Thread Chris Ptacek
Does anyone know if there is a library available to allow a C program to gzip a buffer. Basically I have a buffer of data that I will be transfering and would like to gzip it before sending. The receiving system already does a gunzip and I am trying to handle the same format, so other compression

Re: Users question...

2003-07-07 Thread Daniel Bye
On Mon, Jul 07, 2003 at 02:17:43PM -0400, Xpression wrote: Can I have a special account to manage a specific service, specifically MySQL. I mean, I running MySQL as mysql user, but when I want to update the database I have to login as root, made changes and so on, then, I want to

Re: gzip library (compressing a buffer in C)

2003-07-07 Thread Chuck Swiger
Chris Ptacek wrote: Does anyone know if there is a library available to allow a C program to gzip a buffer. Basically I have a buffer of data that I will be transfering and would like to gzip it before sending. The receiving system already does a gunzip and I am trying to handle the same format,

Re: problem upgrading from 5.0 to 5.1

2003-07-07 Thread Michael L. Squires
I've got a box on which 5.0-RELEASE was installed. I updated the source tree using cvsup to RELENG_5_1 and tried to recompile, and now every RELENG_5_1 is compiling for me (as of 7/4). Are you running mergemaster -p make buildworld make buildkernel KERNCONF=yours make installkernel

Changed ISP now can't get to websites / traceroute

2003-07-07 Thread Stacey Roberts
Hello, Sorry for brining this to the list, but I've been grappling on my own with this for the last two weeks now. I had an ADSL connection at one point, but have moved home. With this, I had to change ISP's in order to get ADSL where I now live. The thing is, now that I've got this new ISP

fstab spezial

2003-07-07 Thread Martin Klaffenboeck
Hello, Is it possible to make an fstab entry which matches to all users? Something like: /dev/fd0 ${HOME}/floppy msdos dev,rw,noauto 0 0 But this does not work, and I couldn't find the correct one in the documentation. Thanks, Martin -- If you've got an idea and need help, or

Re: fstab spezial

2003-07-07 Thread Bill Moran
Martin Klaffenboeck wrote: Hello, Is it possible to make an fstab entry which matches to all users? Something like: /dev/fd0 ${HOME}/floppy msdos dev,rw,noauto 0 0 But this does not work, and I couldn't find the correct one in the documentation. I don't believe it's possible.

Re: help - it hangs hard

2003-07-07 Thread Ron Riese
Q: Does it have a problem without adjusting the parameters at all? A: Yes same problem. Q: Can you install with the floppy disconnected? A: My recollection is that I could not move the floppy to inactive status in the menu Will have to verify later today. Will update at that time 7-8pm

Re: Changed ISP now can't get to websites / traceroute

2003-07-07 Thread Frank Knobbe
On Mon, 2003-07-07 at 13:52, Stacey Roberts wrote: 2] Does anyone know of any reason why traceroute might fail on FreeBSD, but work on Win2K Pro? Stacey, FreeBSD uses UDP based traceroute while Windows boxes use ICMP based traceroute. Some providers (like ComCast cable) block ICMP packets (so

Re: fstab spezial

2003-07-07 Thread Martin Klaffenboeck
Am 2003.07.07 21:22 schrieb(en) Bill Moran: Martin Klaffenboeck wrote: Hello, Is it possible to make an fstab entry which matches to all users? Something like: /dev/fd0 ${HOME}/floppy msdos dev,rw,noauto 0 0 But this does not work, and I couldn't find the correct one in the

Re: fstab spezial

2003-07-07 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Selon Martin Klaffenboeck [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I want to have a mechanism where some different non root users can mount a floppy (and a cdrom, but lets start with a floppy) which are all in the same group. And it should be easy with an fstab entry. How would you do that? I use

Re: Users question...

2003-07-07 Thread Ken Menzel
This is really a MySQL question, But you need to GRANT the user you created permissions to use the MYSQL database. Use the root user to do the grant. see: http://www.mysql.com/doc/en/Adding_users.html Get Paul Dubois' excellent book. MySQL Second Edition ( Sams Publishing). It's great! Also

Re: funky dns required

2003-07-07 Thread Toni Schmidbauer
On Mon, Jul 07, 2003 at 03:59:12PM +1000, Andrew Thomson wrote: I currently have a caching nameserver on my local domain that really just caches and forwards to my primary nameserver. A lot of laptop users connect to the public ip of my mailserver as this is what they'd use if they were out

Re: Changed ISP now can't get to websites / traceroute

2003-07-07 Thread Stacey Roberts
Hello Frank, On Mon, 2003-07-07 at 19:23, Frank Knobbe wrote: On Mon, 2003-07-07 at 13:52, Stacey Roberts wrote: 2] Does anyone know of any reason why traceroute might fail on FreeBSD, but work on Win2K Pro? Stacey, FreeBSD uses UDP based traceroute while Windows boxes use ICMP based

Symbolic names for (ethernet) interfaces

2003-07-07 Thread Dirk-Willem van Gulik
How does one specify a 'symbolic' name for an ethernet interface; i.e. be able to refer to rl0, vx1 or ep0 by a name like 'net0, net1' or 'net2'. With net1 et.al. tied to a specific PCI slot or card Mac address. So that it becomes easier to write HW independed rc.conf or zebra.conf files.

Re: Users question...

2003-07-07 Thread Marvin J. Kosmal
On Mon, 2003-07-07 at 12:38, Ken Menzel wrote: This is really a MySQL question, \ snip Get Paul Dubois' excellent book. MySQL Second Edition ( Sams Publishing). It's great! Is this a good beginners book??? I need to get this system down /snip -- Marvin J. Kosmal Linux Activist

customer support ticket and tracking software

2003-07-07 Thread admin
can somebody recommend customer support tracking software - giving each support email and Phone call a case number and allowing multiple users to track and add to the progress of a support issue. any ideas here? - noah ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing

Re: customer support ticket and tracking software

2003-07-07 Thread Matthew Bettinger
On Monday 07 July 2003 03:47 pm, admin wrote: can somebody recommend customer support tracking software - giving each support email and Phone call a case number and allowing multiple users to track and add to the progress of a support issue. any ideas here? googleRT , PerlDesk, OneorZero

strange messages in /var/log and all logins refused ...

2003-07-07 Thread twig les
Hey *, this morning I tried to log into my freebsd 4.6 release box and was refused (SSH 2.9 sent back the passwd prompt and denied me). I called someone else and they tried, and were refused too. I got in via the console and reset my user and the root passwd and could ssh in successfully. I'm

Re: Symbolic names for (ethernet) interfaces

2003-07-07 Thread James Long
On Mon, Jul 07, 2003 at 10:29:58PM +0200, Dirk-Willem van Gulik wrote: How does one specify a 'symbolic' name for an ethernet interface; i.e. be able to refer to rl0, vx1 or ep0 by a name like 'net0, net1' or 'net2'. With net1 et.al. tied to a specific PCI slot or card Mac address. So that

Re: FreeBSD 4.4-REL to FreeBSD 4.8-STABLE upgrade problem.

2003-07-07 Thread Freddie Cash
On July 7, 2003 01:57 pm, Dustin Puryear wrote: I have a test server that is being used to test a 4.4-REL to 4.8-STABLE upgrade, and I've found the system will no longer boot unless I load a saved 4.4-REL kernel. The error I get is along the lines of: Mounting root from ufs:/dev/ad4s1a Root

Logging packets dropped by IPFW

2003-07-07 Thread Tim Kientzle
Is there any way to generate log information about the packets dropped by IPFW? The 'log' modifier doesn't seem to do anything on my system right now sigh, though from what I can tell, it's supposed to only log the rule that was triggered, which isn't the same thing at all. In particular, I'd

Re: FreeBSD 4.4-REL to FreeBSD 4.8-STABLE upgrade problem.

2003-07-07 Thread Dustin Puryear
At 01:59 PM 7/7/2003 -0700, Freddie Cash wrote: (/usr/src/Makefile comments) 1. cd /usr/src 2. make buildworld 3. make buildkernel 4. make installkernel 5. reboot 6. mergemaster -p There's your problem. You should run mergemaster -p as step 2. The -p means Pre-buildworld. This was

Re: customer support ticket and tracking software

2003-07-07 Thread Daniel Bye
On Mon, Jul 07, 2003 at 12:47:03PM -0800, admin wrote: can somebody recommend customer support tracking software - giving each support email and Phone call a case number and allowing multiple users to track and add to the progress of a support issue. any ideas here? We use OTRS, which

Re: Logging packets dropped by IPFW

2003-07-07 Thread Micheal Patterson
- Original Message - From: Tim Kientzle [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, July 07, 2003 4:22 PM Subject: Logging packets dropped by IPFW Is there any way to generate log information about the packets dropped by IPFW? The 'log' modifier doesn't seem to do

Re: Logging packets dropped by IPFW

2003-07-07 Thread Chuck Swiger
Tim Kientzle wrote: Is there any way to generate log information about the packets dropped by IPFW? The 'log' modifier doesn't seem to do anything on my system right now sigh, though from what I can tell, it's supposed to only log the rule that was triggered, which isn't the same thing at all.

Re: Logging packets dropped by IPFW

2003-07-07 Thread Tim Kientzle
Micheal Patterson wrote: - Original Message - From: Tim Kientzle [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Logging packets dropped by IPFW Is there any way to generate log information about the packets dropped by IPFW? The 'log' modifier doesn't seem to do anything ... options

Nwclient-6.0.2 core dumps on startup

2003-07-07 Thread Kirk Davis
Hi, I have installed the Networker client from the ports (/usr/ports/net/sysutils/nwclient602). The clients seems to run fine when started up manualy as the root user. When I create a shell script in /usr/local/etc/rc.d it core dumps on startup with the following error: Jul 7 15:35:00

Re: Changed ISP now can't get to websites / traceroute

2003-07-07 Thread Stacey Roberts
Hello, On Mon, 2003-07-07 at 21:20, John Murphy wrote: Stacey Roberts [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Well., that's the story they're feeding me now. Something to do with the fact that its a new range?? Hmm. Looking at the headers of your post you seem to have an address in the previously

Re: Nwclient-6.0.2 core dumps on startup

2003-07-07 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Mon, Jul 07, 2003 at 03:35:31PM -0600, Kirk Davis wrote: Hi, I have installed the Networker client from the ports (/usr/ports/net/sysutils/nwclient602). The clients seems to run fine when started up manualy as the root user. When I create a shell script in /usr/local/etc/rc.d it

Re: FreeBSD 4.4-REL to FreeBSD 4.8-STABLE upgrade problem.

2003-07-07 Thread Dustin Puryear
At 02:27 PM 7/7/2003 -0700, Freddie Cash wrote: On July 7, 2003 02:19 pm, you wrote: From the man page for mergemaster: -p Pre-buildworld mode. Compares only files known to be essen- tial to the success of {build|install}world, including

Re: Logging packets dropped by IPFW

2003-07-07 Thread Tim Kientzle
Tim Kientzle wrote: Micheal Patterson wrote: - Original Message - From: Tim Kientzle [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Logging packets dropped by IPFW Is there any way to generate log information about the packets dropped by IPFW? The 'log' modifier doesn't seem to do anything ... options

Re: Changed ISP now can't get to websites / traceroute

2003-07-07 Thread Micheal Patterson
14 * border-to-141-netrack.boulder.co.coop.net (207.174.144.178) 139.951 ms !X * 15 border-to-141-netrack.boulder.co.coop.net (207.174.144.178) 136.281 ms !X * * 16 border-to-141-netrack.boulder.co.coop.net (207.174.144.178) 159.470 ms !X * 137.951 ms !X Note here that you don't

Re: FreeBSD 4.4-REL to FreeBSD 4.8-STABLE upgrade problem.

2003-07-07 Thread Dustin Puryear
At 02:58 PM 7/7/2003 -0700, Freddie Cash wrote: On July 7, 2003 02:39 pm, you wrote: At 02:27 PM 7/7/2003 -0700, Freddie Cash wrote: On July 7, 2003 02:19 pm, you wrote: There is a blurb near the top that mentions running pwd_mkdb with the -p option to rebuild the master password file. I

Can't install/upgrade/remove ports

2003-07-07 Thread Dragoncrest
Just recently ran into an issue upgrading, removing, or installing ports. For some strange reason when I compile the port, it's fine, but as soon as the make install or any installing command runs it immediately dumps out with an error similar to this: === Generating temporary packing list ===

Re: Can't install/upgrade/remove ports

2003-07-07 Thread Clement Laforet
On Mon, 7 Jul 2003 18:15:40 -0400 Dragoncrest [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Just recently ran into an issue upgrading, removing, or installing ports. For some strange reason when I compile the port, it's fine, but as soon as the make install or any installing command runs it immediately dumps out

Re: customer support ticket and tracking software

2003-07-07 Thread Clement Laforet
On Mon, 7 Jul 2003 12:47:03 -0800 admin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: can somebody recommend customer support tracking software - giving each support email and Phone call a case number and allowing multiple users to track and add to the progress of a support issue. any ideas here? Double Choco

quotas on vnode disks

2003-07-07 Thread Rus Foster
Hi All, Long story short. Is it possible to enable quota support on vnode disks as doing a mount -o usrquota,grpquota /dev/vn0 /mnt/point just isn't working for me Rgds Rus -- www: http://www.65535.net | Hosting - Shell Accounts MSNM: [EMAIL PROTECTED] | Virtual Servers from just

Re: Changed ISP now can't get to websites / traceroute

2003-07-07 Thread Stacey Roberts
Hello, Sorry about the delay.., On Mon, 2003-07-07 at 22:03, Micheal Patterson wrote: 14 * border-to-141-netrack.boulder.co.coop.net (207.174.144.178) 139.951 ms !X * 15 border-to-141-netrack.boulder.co.coop.net (207.174.144.178) 136.281 ms !X * * 16

Re: strange messages in /var/log and all logins refused ...

2003-07-07 Thread Andy Farkas
On Mon, 7 Jul 2003, twig les wrote: Also, I found some strange output in /var/log/messages.0.gz on the machine that locked up. There is an identical machine (same hardware and config) that did *not* have any of this stuff. The last line in the message below (the Device not configured) is

Re: quotas on vnode disks

2003-07-07 Thread Clement Laforet
On Mon, 7 Jul 2003 15:40:06 -0700 (PDT) Rus Foster [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi All, Long story short. Is it possible to enable quota support on vnode disks as doing a mount -o usrquota,grpquota /dev/vn0 /mnt/point just isn't working for me It should world since quota are FS related. If your

spamassassin slow to process messages

2003-07-07 Thread Andrew Thomson
I'm looking for some suggestions as to why my spamassassin is so slow! Installed from ports. Details: p5-Mail-SpamAssassin-2.55 5.0-RELEASE-p7 I'm running spamd and using spamc/procmail to pass the messages to spamd. I was reading the following,

RE: Changed ISP now can't get to websites / traceroute

2003-07-07 Thread Stacey Roberts
Hi Edmund, On Mon, 2003-07-07 at 23:01, Edmund Craske wrote: Argh! I'm always the last to put it down to the dreaded i word, but... INCOMPETENCE! Err.., okay :-) That is all. Ed Found out that MS Windows actually uses ICMP for traceroute, whereas FreeBSD (et al) go with UDP. I've also

Re: spamassassin slow to process messages

2003-07-07 Thread Daniel Bye
On Tue, Jul 08, 2003 at 09:08:37AM +1000, Andrew Thomson wrote: I'm looking for some suggestions as to why my spamassassin is so slow! Installed from ports. Details: p5-Mail-SpamAssassin-2.55 5.0-RELEASE-p7 I'm running spamd and using spamc/procmail to pass the messages to spamd.

Re: problem upgrading from 5.0 to 5.1

2003-07-07 Thread Paul Chvostek
On Mon, Jul 07, 2003 at 01:38:59PM -0500, Michael L. Squires wrote: I've got a box on which 5.0-RELEASE was installed. I updated the source tree using cvsup to RELENG_5_1 and tried to recompile, and now every RELENG_5_1 is compiling for me (as of 7/4). Okay, but it's not for me. Are

Re: spamassassin slow to process messages

2003-07-07 Thread Matthew Hunt
On Tue, Jul 08, 2003 at 09:08:37AM +1000, Andrew Thomson wrote: I've got a CPU: Pentium III/Pentium III Xeon/Celeron (930.32-MHz 686-class CPU) and I'm seeing performance like, Jul 8 08:25:11 athomson spamd[52016]: clean message (0.4/5.0) for ajt:1001 in 10.2 seconds, 2132 bytes. Well,

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