RE: VPN setup problem - proxy arp I think

2003-07-10 Thread Brent Wiese
Set gateway=YES in rc.conf and reboot. Then look into ipfw so you don't end up passing bogus traffic. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Koroush Saraf Sent: Monday, June 30, 2003 7:09 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: VPN setup

Anyone able to run e2fsck

2003-07-10 Thread W. Sierke
I just can't get e2fsck to run on my 4.8 system. As mentioned in a previous thread, after a crash I had to resort to booting with tomsrtbt and ran what appears to be the same version of e2fsck. Now, with the box back up and running, I still can't run e2fsck under BSD. I'm therefore interested to

USB External Drive

2003-07-10 Thread Richard Beyer
Hi, I'm trying to get a USB external drive working on FreeBSD-4.8 Plugging it in gives all the expected kernel messages. camcontrol devlist gives: USB 2.0 Storage Device 0100 at scbus0 target 0 lun 0 (da0,pass0) fdisk -I /dev/da0 gives: fdisk: can't open device /dev/da0 fdisk: cannot

Pear, PHP4 and preg_match()

2003-07-10 Thread Jan Siml
Hello, I'm using PHP 4.3.3 and the Pear framework from the ports. When trying to install or upgrade an existing version of the pear framework or even modules I got the following error: [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/ports/devel/pear-PEAR# make reinstall clean === Extracting for pear-PEAR-1.2.b2

Re:

2003-07-10 Thread Chuck Swiger
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: FreeBSD- I have a question about RAID software. Is there such a thing, and if so is there a ported RAID package that is compadible with SCSI? Sure. There's vinum for one, and there appears to be reasonable support for vendor hardware RAID utilities via

Re: cvsup tag for 4.8-STABLE?

2003-07-10 Thread Christoph P. Kukulies
In-Reply-Tor [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Sat, Jun 28, 2003 at 10:41:38AM -0400, Lowell Gilbert wrote: Christoph Kukulies [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I wanted to cvsup src-all from 4.8-STABLE and tried with *default release=cvs tag=RELENG_4 Is this correct? Either that or RELENG_4_8, where

Re: Changed a filesystem's name -- now system hangs on reboot (help)

2003-07-10 Thread Chuck Swiger
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [ ... ] I've looked through the handbook and tried (unsuccessfully) to reboot into single-user mode or otherwise get to a place where I can either comment out the line in fstab or skip the check -- no luck. Any ideas much appreciated. This is when you boot single-user mode

Re: Samba between Mac and BSD

2003-07-10 Thread Chuck Swiger
Joel Rees wrote: On Tue, Jul 08, 2003 at 09:11:11PM -0700, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [ ... ] I would think that NFS would be a better choice between two Unix systems than Samba. To which I might add that netatalk would seem to me to be a better option than Samba if the only client is a Mac. But

monitor's freq

2003-07-10 Thread art Miod
I have system FreeBSD 4.7 on komputer witch GeFerce2 MX400 and monitor Philips 109p. I would like set more monitor's freq (XFree86).How it doing? Sorry behind my litle enlish. Mioduszewski Artur Luc Besson zaprasza na najszybsz komedi

Re: cvsup tag for 4.8-STABLE?

2003-07-10 Thread Rob Lahaye
Christoph P. Kukulies wrote: I wanted to cvsup src-all from 4.8-STABLE and tried with *default release=cvs tag=RELENG_4 Either that or RELENG_4_8, where the latter only gets absolutely critical fixes. What am I cvsup-ing, when I use: *default release=cvs tag=. The manual says about this

Re: Can't get splash scr working - arg

2003-07-10 Thread Supote Leelasupphakorn
In-Reply-To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] References: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Hi, Have you edited /boot/loader.conf (see loader.conf(5)) and include the following lines: splash_bmp_load=YES bitmap_load=YES bitmap_name=mysplash.bmp for more information refer to 'man splash'

(Re)building a RAID 1 array on the fly

2003-07-10 Thread Gabriel Ambuehl
Hi, I was wondering about the correct procedure to (re)build a Highpoint 370 (i.e. using ata(4) based RAID array while the server is running. I obviously can't take a production machine down for the 2hours it takes to initialize the RAID in the BIOS and I don't want to risk losing any data there,

Re: Reviewers required for simplified Chinese translations ofFreeBSD books

2003-07-10 Thread Murray Stokely
On Wed, Jul 09, 2003 at 10:49:42AM +0930, Greg 'groggy' Lehey wrote: In addition, they have also translated the handbook, apparently from the paper copy of the second edition. See http://www.ptpress.com.cn/books/Book_Information.asp?BID=10541 for further details. Yes, we announced that on

SCB trouble on SMP machine with AHC

2003-07-10 Thread Felix Deichmann
Hi, I've installed FreeBSD 5.1 on a Siemens PCD-5T SMP machine. With the GENERIC kernel, everything seemed to be OK, but now that I've compiled a SMP kernel, I get SCB error dumps on boot... But after that, the system runs stable without any error. Termination of the SCSI bus is correct.

Post about BSD's alleged demise on /.

2003-07-10 Thread Guy Van Sanden
Hi I saw this post on /. today, under the announcement about a FreeBSD 5.1 review. Is there much truth is this? How many FreeBSD servers are out there? And is there number declining? I really hope that BSD will be arround for a long time to come... Kind regards Guy

Re: cvsup tag for 4.8-STABLE?

2003-07-10 Thread Jud
On Thu, 10 Jul 2003 16:58:00 +0900, Rob Lahaye [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Christoph P. Kukulies wrote: I wanted to cvsup src-all from 4.8-STABLE and tried with *default release=cvs tag=RELENG_4 Either that or RELENG_4_8, where the latter only gets absolutely critical fixes. What am I cvsup-ing,

Lock Order Reversal (5.1 CUR kern)

2003-07-10 Thread Dave
I get THIS *every* time I exit X-windows: lock order reversal 1st 0xc45f4b90 vm object (vm object) @ /usr/src/sys/vm/vm_object.c:432 2nd 0xc082f110 system map (system map) @ /usr/src/sys/vm/vm_kern.c:325 Stack backtrace: backtrace(c057b35f,c082f110,c058cfb6,c058cfb6,c058ce51) at

RE: How do I max a 6Mbps link

2003-07-10 Thread Sten Daniel Sørsdal
Hi all, What configuration changes do I need to make to two freebsd-stable boxes to fully max out a 6Mbps/220ms network link? This is for bulk 500+MB file transfers. The target application is proftpd with ncftpd as the client. Thanks in advance, Max 220ms? I dont think TCP can

Re: Post about BSD's alleged demise on /.

2003-07-10 Thread Konrad Heuer
On 10 Jul 2003, Guy Van Sanden wrote: I saw this post on /. today, under the announcement about a FreeBSD 5.1 review. Is there much truth is this? How many FreeBSD servers are out there? And is there number declining? I really hope that BSD will be arround for a long time to come...

Re: Samba between Mac and BSD

2003-07-10 Thread Jim Xochellis
Hi Chuck, hi list, Chuck Swiger wrote: Joel Rees wrote: On Tue, Jul 08, 2003 at 09:11:11PM -0700, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [ ... ] I would think that NFS would be a better choice between two Unix systems than Samba. To which I might add that netatalk would seem to me to be a better option

Try to delete files

2003-07-10 Thread Nigel Taylor
Hi all, Hi, in my years of using freebsd i have collected alot of distfiles in the ports tree and i want to free up some space on my harddrive and i was wondering is there a command to delete files in the distfiles folder that are less than the year 2000? Or maybe there is a program that

Re: Post about BSD's alleged demise on /.

2003-07-10 Thread David Kelly
On Thursday 10 July 2003 06:19 am, Konrad Heuer wrote: To my mind this contribution on /. misses some interesting and important facts. I've been a FreeBSD user since 2.0-RELEASE and I see the following facts: [snip] You can't smell a troll? The referenced SysAdmin magazine

Sending sms messages using a nokia 22 premicell (from FreeBSD)

2003-07-10 Thread David Rio
Hi all: Is there anyone out there with experience sending sms using the nokia 22 hardware aka premicell? I have some problems and I will appreciate a bit of help with this topic. Thanks. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: Try to delete files

2003-07-10 Thread Simon Barner
Hi, Hi, in my years of using freebsd i have collected alot of distfiles in the ports tree and i want to free up some space on my harddrive and i was wondering is there a command to delete files in the distfiles folder that are less than the year 2000? Or maybe there is a program that

Re: Try to delete files

2003-07-10 Thread David Kelly
On Thursday 10 July 2003 06:21 am, Nigel Taylor wrote: Hi all, Hi, in my years of using freebsd i have collected alot of distfiles in the ports tree and i want to free up some space on my harddrive and i was wondering is there a command to delete files in the distfiles folder that are less

Device quirk

2003-07-10 Thread tburress
I just bought a Neuros (www.neurosaudio.com) and I'm having a few USB errors. When I plug it in, it's seen by umass, but then there are all sorts of BBB timeouts, and then of course it doesn't work. I've tried the sysctl kern.cam.da.no_6_byte=1 with no success, and was looking at quirks that I

Why does cvsup + supfile delete all my ports ?

2003-07-10 Thread Rob Lahaye
Hello, For my FreeBSD 4.8 PC, my supfile for cvsup contains: *default host=cvsup2.freebsd.org *default prefix=/usr *default base=/usr *default release=cvs tag=RELENG_4 *default delete use-rel-suffix *default compress ports-all When I run cvsup -L2 supfile, it deletes all the ports. Why is

Re: Post about BSD's alleged demise on /.

2003-07-10 Thread Peter Elsner
The person who posted this on /. is nothing more than a troll... The same bunch of trolls that repeat that *BSD is dying (or dead) about once every couple of months... It's not true, it's just there to see how much panic can be caused. FreeBSD is NOT dying, and will be around for many years to

PCI bus problem

2003-07-10 Thread Jacob Vennervald Madsen
Hi BSD people I've just installed a FreeBSD 4.8 on an HP Netserver E50 machine with a PCI Promise Fasttrack 100 IDE RAID controller in it. My problem is that when I issue the reboot command the machine reboots but for some reason the the RAID conroller doesn't find any disks. Only if I shutdown

RE: Why does cvsup + supfile delete all my ports ?

2003-07-10 Thread Will Saxon
-Original Message- From: Rob Lahaye [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, July 10, 2003 9:18 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Why does cvsup + supfile delete all my ports ? (Only the tag has changed from RELENG_4 to the dot .). This works; well, at least the ports are not

Re: Sending sms messages using a nokia 22 premicell (from FreeBSD)

2003-07-10 Thread Jacob Vennervald Madsen
Have you heard about the Kannel project? Through this SMS gateway you can send SMS'es via a Nokia premicell (among others). www.kannel.org Cheers, Jacob Vennervald On Thu, 2003-07-10 at 13:49, David Rio wrote: Hi all: Is there anyone out there with experience sending sms using the nokia 22

Re: Printing from KDE

2003-07-10 Thread Brian Astill
On Thu, 10 Jul 2003 03:29 pm, Brett Glass wrote: The owners of the machine installed FreeBSD 4.8, with KDE as supplied as a FreeBSD package on the install disk. This package installs the KDE utlities package as a dependency. However, the utilities package does not include the KJettool

Re: Sending sms messages using a nokia 22 premicell (from FreeBSD)

2003-07-10 Thread Jacob Vennervald Madsen
Have you heard about the Kannel project? Through this SMS gateway you can send SMS'es via a Nokia premicell (among others). www.kannel.org Cheers, Jacob Vennervald On Thu, 2003-07-10 at 13:49, David Rio wrote: Hi all: Is there anyone out there with experience sending sms using the nokia 22

Help with nsmb.conf (SAMBA) donfig file

2003-07-10 Thread stan
I'm exploring the (unknown to me) mysteries of SAMBA. I really know very little about the M$ side of things, so I'm pretty confused at the moment. Ultimately I plan on having a SAMBA share mounted automatically at boot time, so I'm working up to this a little at a time. Currently I'm able to

mpd - question

2003-07-10 Thread Darryl Hoar
I was reading a howto on setting up a vpn server for use with microsoft clients. It discussed the mpd port. The entire howto seem to imply dailup networking and modems. The server I'm thinking about setting up would live on a DSL connection (not ADSL). Can mpd work with a DSL connection ?

Network service startup time

2003-07-10 Thread Owen Becker
So I've noticed that when I try to connect to any network service on my new FreeBSD server, there is a significant startup delay. For instance, telnetting to port 25 (now postfix) seems to hang for about 10-15 seconds. Same with ftp. Any ideas as to what may be causing the delay? I'm running

How to install the SCSI ultra 320 driver in 4.6.2

2003-07-10 Thread Pranav A. Desai
Hi all! I am running freebsd 4.6.2 and I have to install a SCSI ultra 320 controller. I found from the hardware notes that 4.8 has support for ultra 320 (ahd). How do I compile that driver in 4.6.2 kernel? let me know if u need any other information. Thank you for your time. -Pranav

Re: Why does cvsup + supfile delete all my ports ?

2003-07-10 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Quoting the handbook: When specifying a tag in CVSup's configuration file, it must be preceded with tag= (RELENG_4 will become tag=RELENG_4). Keep in mind that only the tag=. is relevant for the ports collection. So don't use the RELENG_4 tag for ports; use '.' instead.

Re: Network service startup time

2003-07-10 Thread Owen Becker
Nope. Forgot to mention that I already checked that. Added 12.165.11.104bender.careflow.com bender I can telnet to the services from the localhost with no delay. Owen Moti Levy wrote: probably your dns is misconfigured most these services try to back resolve the ip you connect from . try

Re: Network service startup time

2003-07-10 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Owen Becker [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: So I've noticed that when I try to connect to any network service on my new FreeBSD server, there is a significant startup delay. For instance, telnetting to port 25 (now postfix) seems to hang for about 10-15 seconds. Same with ftp. Any ideas as to what

Re: mpd - question

2003-07-10 Thread Luke Cowell
No, it's not dialup only You're on the right track using mpd, but again that really depends on what you're trying to accomplish with your VPN. As you've probably noticed there are several different types of VPN setup. I use mpd for users on the road or working from home to securely access

Re: Try to delete files

2003-07-10 Thread Luke Cowell
For academic purposes, I'll provide this explanation. Use find; this command would delete any files modified more than one year ago. Find /usr/ports -mtime +365 -xargs rm -ri {} \; Luke From: Nigel Taylor [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2003 19:21:42 +0800 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Remote Printing

2003-07-10 Thread Warren Block
On Wed, 9 Jul 2003, Derrick wrote: I have a nice laser printer set up on my router which was installed via CUPS and shared via samba. It works perfectly with my XP and 2k machines, but I am having trouble getting my 4.8 Desktop machine to print to it. I installed the same version of CUPS on

Re: Network service startup time

2003-07-10 Thread Owen Becker
Again, nope. But I did just notice that it only happens whilst telneting from windows machines. Not just a bug in telnet though, also happens with my mail client (mozilla mail). Tried several different windows boxes to confirm. Also tried going through the ip instead of the name. My OpenBSD DNS

Re: Network service startup time

2003-07-10 Thread Owen Becker
Only remote ones from windows boxes. Owen Lowell Gilbert wrote: Owen Becker [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: So I've noticed that when I try to connect to any network service on my new FreeBSD server, there is a significant startup delay. For instance, telnetting to port 25 (now postfix) seems to

re: USB External Drive

2003-07-10 Thread Dmitry Kroupenier
Hi, I have the same problem with USB flash drive, the kernel recognizes it, but sometimes it works, sometimes not with the same messages: /kernel: da0: reading primary partition table: error reading fsbn 0 The device works fine under Win2k/XP, so i'm sure, that this is not a hardware problem.

Re: Network service startup time

2003-07-10 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Don't top-post, please. It's hard to follow. Owen Becker [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Only remote ones from windows boxes. You have DNS configuration problems. The server can resolve itself, but it can't reverse-resolve the clients, and vice versa. Lowell Gilbert wrote: Owen Becker [EMAIL

Re: Try to delete files

2003-07-10 Thread David Kelly
On Thursday 10 July 2003 10:27 am, Luke Cowell wrote: For academic purposes, I'll provide this explanation. Use find; this command would delete any files modified more than one year ago. Find /usr/ports -mtime +365 -xargs rm -ri {} \; That works but is not a very good idea. My distfiles

Spam and ad/popup blockers: Recommendations please

2003-07-10 Thread Doug Lee
I seek a good system (or systems) for filtering out mail spam, email viruses, and web pop-up ads and such at our FreeBSD Internet gateway. I run FreeBSD 4.8-STABLE at this site, and all users behind the FreeBSD gateway run various versions of Windows and mailers (Outlook, Outlook Express, and an

openssl upgrade problem, now mail broken

2003-07-10 Thread Jim Arnold
While trying to upgrade my OpenSSH and OpenSSL I really messed things up. I have openssh-portable-3.6.1p2 installed but when I make OpenSSL I get the following error: hw_cryptodev.c:1121: `CRF_DH_COMPUTE_KEY' undeclared (first use in this function) hw_cryptodev.c: At top level:

BusLink USB Drive Support?

2003-07-10 Thread Forrest Aldrich
I have an older 6gb BusLink USB 1.0 drive that could handle some backup configs. Per chance is there a way to use this under FreeBSD-4.8? Thx... ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To

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

2003-07-10 Thread Joshua Oreman
On Wed, Jul 09, 2003 at 08:53:02PM -0500 or thereabouts, Dustin Puryear wrote: Before reading below: I am considering a new install rather than an upgrade of our servers. However, now I just want to beat this problem. :) At 02:19 PM 7/8/2003 +, Phil Pennock wrote: On 2003-07-08 at 14:09

Re: Samba between Mac and BSD

2003-07-10 Thread Chuck Swiger
Jim Xochellis wrote: Hi Chuck, hi list, Hi, Jim-- Chuck Swiger wrote: NFS is an entirely reasonable choice for filesharing against OS X; netatalk would be a comparitively better choice for MacOS 9 and previous versions. People who have laptops or other network roaming environments will probably

Re: Changed a filesystem's name -- now system hangs on reboot (help)

2003-07-10 Thread Joshua Oreman
On Thu, Jul 10, 2003 at 03:09:35AM -0400 or thereabouts, Chuck Swiger wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [ ... ] I've looked through the handbook and tried (unsuccessfully) to reboot into single-user mode or otherwise get to a place where I can either comment out the line in fstab or skip the

Re: Anyone able to run e2fsck

2003-07-10 Thread Joshua Oreman
On Thu, Jul 10, 2003 at 03:50:19PM +0930 or thereabouts, W. Sierke wrote: I just can't get e2fsck to run on my 4.8 system. As mentioned in a previous thread, after a crash I had to resort to booting with tomsrtbt and ran what appears to be the same version of e2fsck. Now, with the box back up

Re: SquirrelMail on FreeBSD

2003-07-10 Thread Chris
Yes I did run the ./configure script and tried to answer all the questions every which way. I think I might try this with a different IMAP server although I can login via telnet 143. I am out of options here. Thanks for the help. -cs Scott A. Moberly wrote: Yes I have enabled cookies and

Re: Changed a filesystem's name -- now system hangs on reboot (help)

2003-07-10 Thread Chuck Swiger
Joshua Oreman wrote: On Thu, Jul 10, 2003 at 03:09:35AM -0400 or thereabouts, Chuck Swiger wrote: [ ... ] This is when you boot single-user mode off of the install CD, or the FIXIT CD (#2) if you have that around. Then mount your hard drive's root partition on /mnt (or make something in /tmp),

Replacing string in multiple files

2003-07-10 Thread Jack L. Stone
Am running FBSD.4.8-R At times, I need to replace an existing string in a file that has the same name in all ~user accounts and know there must be a short script to do that and suspect it involves sed(1). However, had no luck getting it to work yet. Basically want to do this: - find same files

Re: SquirrelMail on FreeBSD

2003-07-10 Thread Scott A. Moberly
Yes I did run the ./configure script and tried to answer all the questions every which way. I think I might try this with a different IMAP server although I can login via telnet 143. I am out of options here. Thanks for the help. -cs Scott A. Moberly wrote: Yes I have enabled

new bootable drive

2003-07-10 Thread Casey Scott
I need to replace the drive that my fbsd boots from. I have read the documentation on how to format, and copy files to a drive. e.g.: To move file from your original base disk to the fresh new one, do: # mount /dev/ad2 /mnt # pax -r -w -p e / /mnt # umount /mnt # mount /dev/ad2 / I am not sure

Re: Post about BSD's alleged demise on /.

2003-07-10 Thread P. U. Kruppa
On Thu, 10 Jul 2003, Guy Van Sanden wrote: Hi I saw this post on /. today, under the announcement about a FreeBSD 5.1 review. Is there much truth is this? How many FreeBSD servers are out there? And is there number declining? I really hope that BSD will be arround for a long time to

Re: Changed a filesystem's name -- now system hangs on reboot (help)

2003-07-10 Thread Mark Woodson
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Thursday 10 July 2003 10:01 am, Joshua Oreman wrote: On Thu, Jul 10, 2003 at 03:09:35AM -0400 or thereabouts, Chuck Swiger wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [ ... ] I've looked through the handbook and tried (unsuccessfully) to reboot

Re: Replacing string in multiple files

2003-07-10 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Jul 10), Jack L. Stone said: Am running FBSD.4.8-R At times, I need to replace an existing string in a file that has the same name in all ~user accounts and know there must be a short script to do that and suspect it involves sed(1). However, had no luck getting it to

dhclient filling up my logfile. Help needed.

2003-07-10 Thread Hasse
Hi everybody. Need help. Running FreeBSD 4.8, all files are up to date, cvsuped yesterday, and I'm connected to the net via ADSL. Dynamic IP, but hardly ever change. dhclient is filling up my /var/log/messages. Every 10th minute it makes a new request and logging it. I've tried to request a

Re: Post about BSD's alleged demise on /.

2003-07-10 Thread Bob Hall
On Thu, Jul 10, 2003 at 11:55:37AM +0200, Guy Van Sanden wrote: Hi I saw this post on /. today, under the announcement about a FreeBSD 5.1 review. Is there much truth is this? How many FreeBSD servers are out there? And is there number declining? Apparently, someone in an MCSE course was

Re: Spam and ad/popup blockers: Recommendations please

2003-07-10 Thread lewiz
On Thu, Jul 10, 2003 at 12:05:43PM -0400, Doug Lee wrote: I seek a good system (or systems) for filtering out mail spam, email viruses, and web pop-up ads and such at our FreeBSD Internet gateway. For adverts I run Squid with adzap (in the ports). I find it pretty good, although I find the

Racoon / VPN problem

2003-07-10 Thread Company 2210
I have two freebsd 5.0 boxes authenticating at stage one of the VPN, however stage 2 fails. with: ph2begin_r(): respond new phase 2 negotiation: 10.0.0.1[0]=10.0.0.2[0] get_proposal_r(): no policy found: 10.0.0.2/32[0] 0.0.0.0/0[0] proto=any dir=in quick_r1recv(): failed to get proposal for

Re: Spam and ad/popup blockers: Recommendations please

2003-07-10 Thread Doug Lee
Oops, I meant to mention I use sendmail for my MTA but sometimes consider switching to Postfix for ease of maintenance. Leaving the rest of this message here for anyone reading last-first; sorry for top-quoting... On Thu, Jul 10, 2003 at 08:10:11PM +0100, lewiz wrote: On Thu, Jul 10, 2003 at

Re: Spam and ad/popup blockers: Recommendations please

2003-07-10 Thread lewiz
On Thu, Jul 10, 2003 at 03:16:46PM -0400, Doug Lee wrote: Oops, I meant to mention I use sendmail for my MTA but sometimes consider switching to Postfix for ease of maintenance. Well, MailScanner works well with Sendmail. You run two copies (one in, one out) -- in fact, that's how Postfix runs

Re: Replacing string in multiple files

2003-07-10 Thread Jack L. Stone
At 01:26 PM 7.10.2003 -0500, Dan Nelson wrote: In the last episode (Jul 10), Jack L. Stone said: Am running FBSD.4.8-R At times, I need to replace an existing string in a file that has the same name in all ~user accounts and know there must be a short script to do that and suspect it

Dead natd - dead system

2003-07-10 Thread Brett Glass
While working with a FreeBSD system this afternoon, I did something which killed natd (the NAT daemon), which was processing packets in the usual way via ipfw and a divert socket. The result? Network communications on the system simply went dead. It seems to me that ipfw should be able to

Mounting a Samab share at boot time

2003-07-10 Thread stan
I've got a boot up timing race issue. Here is what I'm trying to do. I want to mount a Samba share from a remote machine on boot up. Presently I have the appropriate entry in /etc/fsatb, such that I can mount the share _once I am in multiuser_. I have figured out how to get the smbfs kernel

Re: FreeBSD lacks PPPoE (pppoa3 solution)

2003-07-10 Thread Peter Elsner
I don't know what version of FreeBSD you are using, but PPPoE has been available on FreeBSD for quite some time. A quick search on Google with PPPoE on FreeBSD pulled up dozens of sites that show how-to's on PPPoE with FreeBSD. Peter At 09:06 PM 7/10/2003 +, you wrote: Hello to all, I'm

Network not working correctly without promiscuous mode being set?

2003-07-10 Thread David
my setup is basically like this: I have a freebsd machine that is supposed to act as a gateway, it has 2 ethernet cards xl0 (local network) and xl1 (internet). xl1 is plugged directly into the cable modem and off it goes, and xl0 is plugged into a switch where all the other machines are plugged

Re: Mounting a Samab share at boot time

2003-07-10 Thread Rus Foster
Hi, Here is what I'm trying to do. I want to mount a Samba share from a remote machine on boot up. Presently I have the appropriate entry in /etc/fsatb, such that I can mount the share _once I am in multiuser_. I have figured out how to get the smbfs kernel module loaded at boot time, using

Re: Dead natd - dead system

2003-07-10 Thread Matthew Emmerton
On Thu, 10 Jul 2003, Brett Glass wrote: While working with a FreeBSD system this afternoon, I did something which killed natd (the NAT daemon), which was processing packets in the usual way via ipfw and a divert socket. The result? Network communications on the system simply went dead. It

Re: fscking remotely

2003-07-10 Thread pbdlists
I have a couple of completely headless systems (some of them so far away it takes about 12 hours by direct flight). But I always make sure there are at the very least 2 systems at each location and they are together close enough to run serial cables between them. Then I redirect the console to the

Re: Why does cvsup + supfile delete all my ports ?

2003-07-10 Thread Jud
On Thu, 10 Jul 2003 22:17:38 +0900, Rob Lahaye [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Hello, For my FreeBSD 4.8 PC, my supfile for cvsup contains: *default host=cvsup2.freebsd.org *default prefix=/usr *default base=/usr *default release=cvs tag=RELENG_4 *default delete use-rel-suffix *default

How do you transfer a file.

2003-07-10 Thread DanB
How do you transfer a file from one freebsd box to other using binary I think, its a tar.gz file? FTP has been disabled. on the boxes. Dan ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe,

Re: How do you transfer a file.

2003-07-10 Thread Rus Foster
On Thu, 10 Jul 2003, DanB wrote: How do you transfer a file from one freebsd box to other using binary I think, its a tar.gz file? FTP has been disabled. on the boxes. Dan If ssh is working you can use scp by doing scp localfile [EMAIL PROTECTED]: HTh Rgds Rus -- www:

Re: Network not working correctly without promiscuous mode beingset?

2003-07-10 Thread stan
Sounds like a routing problem. What does netstat -rn show? On Thu, Jul 10, 2003 at 04:28:41PM -0400, David wrote: my setup is basically like this: I have a freebsd machine that is supposed to act as a gateway, it has 2 ethernet cards xl0 (local network) and xl1 (internet). xl1 is plugged

Panasonic Optical Drives in FreeBSD

2003-07-10 Thread Charles Jason Biggers
I have a Panasonic LF-5300a external Optical drive, Im curious if its possible to get it to work in FreeBSD 5.1? Do I need to goto Freebsd 4.x? When we boot up we get this. cd0 at ahc0 bus 0 target 5 lun 0 cd0: MATSHITA LF-5300 A117 Removable Worm SCSI-2 device cd0: 5.000MB/s transfers (5.000MHz,

Re: How do you transfer a file.

2003-07-10 Thread stan
On Thu, Jul 10, 2003 at 08:52:32PM +, DanB wrote: How do you transfer a file from one freebsd box to other using binary I think, its a tar.gz file? FTP has been disabled. on the boxes. sftp? -- They that would give up essential liberty for temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor

Samba not compiling -- libtool error.

2003-07-10 Thread Leon Botes
When i try to install samba 2.2.8a on a 4.7 or 4.8 stable machine it gives this: checking for gcc... gcc checking whether the C compiler (gcc ) works... yes checking whether the C compiler (gcc ) is a cross-compiler... no checking whether we are using GNU C... yes checking whether gcc accepts

Re: Network not working correctly without promiscuous mode beingset?

2003-07-10 Thread David
localhost# netstat -rn Routing tables Internet: DestinationGatewayFlagsRefs Use Netif Expire default65.35.120.1UGSc 13 6054xl1 65.35.120/21 link#2 UC 20xl1 65.35.120.100:06:2a:ce:64:54

bzflag 1.7g2 for FreeBSD?

2003-07-10 Thread grwufwuf
Deepest apologies if I missed the answer to this in a previous post, but I found nothing in the website's archives. bzflag 1.7g2 is out (an OpenGL tank game). I tried compiling from source but without much luck (gl lib errors; I can tweak some things, but not experienced enough to tackle

Re: How do you transfer a file.

2003-07-10 Thread Jerry Hicks
On Thursday, July 10, 2003, at 05:00 PM, stan wrote: On Thu, Jul 10, 2003 at 08:52:32PM +, DanB wrote: How do you transfer a file from one freebsd box to other using binary I think, its a tar.gz file? FTP has been disabled. on the boxes. sftp? Also: scp foo.tar.gz host.net.org:

Re: bzflag 1.7g2 for FreeBSD?

2003-07-10 Thread Adam
On Thu, 2003-07-10 at 17:40, grwufwuf wrote: Deepest apologies if I missed the answer to this in a previous post, but I found nothing in the website's archives. bzflag 1.7g2 is out (an OpenGL tank game). I tried compiling from source but without much luck (gl lib errors; I can tweak some

Re: Dead natd - dead system

2003-07-10 Thread Vulpes Velox
On Thu, 10 Jul 2003 16:56:12 -0400 (EDT) Matthew Emmerton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, 10 Jul 2003, Brett Glass wrote: While working with a FreeBSD system this afternoon, I did something which killed natd (the NAT daemon), which was processing packets in the usual way via ipfw and a

openldap ssh problem

2003-07-10 Thread Monah Baki
Hi all, I'm just installed freebsd 5.1 running openldap and pam_ldap from padl.com. I created a userid and made sure he had 2 different password in /etc/passwd and in the openldap database. I was able to ssh using the openldap database password when the user exist locally (/etc/passwd), but

Re: new bootable drive

2003-07-10 Thread David Kelly
On Thursday 10 July 2003 01:11 pm, Casey Scott wrote: I need to replace the drive that my fbsd boots from. I have read the documentation on how to format, and copy files to a drive. e.g.: To move file from your original base disk to the fresh new one, do: # mount /dev/ad2 /mnt # pax -r -w

Re: Post about BSD's alleged demise on /.

2003-07-10 Thread John Mills
Freebies - On Thu, 10 Jul 2003, Peter Elsner wrote: The person who posted this on /. is nothing more than a troll... The same bunch of trolls that repeat that *BSD is dying (or dead) about once every couple of months... It's not true, it's just there to see how much panic can be

Re: Post about BSD's alleged demise on /.

2003-07-10 Thread Paul Beard
On Thursday, July 10, 2003, at 04:06PM, John Mills [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Freebies - In fact there was an editorial suggestion in a recent _eWeek_ (should be [http://www.eweek.com], but I can't confirm that just now.) to the point that managers concerned about SCO's litigation should

Re: Post about BSD's alleged demise on /.

2003-07-10 Thread Chris
On Thursday 10 July 2003 06:06 pm, John Mills wrote: Snippage... Let's keep to the facts and look at the numbers. OpenBSD leader Theo states that there are 7000 users of OpenBSD. How many users of NetBSD are there? Let's see. The number of OpenBSD versus NetBSD posts on Usenet is

Re: openldap ssh problem

2003-07-10 Thread lewiz
On Thu, Jul 10, 2003 at 06:49:33PM -0400, Monah Baki wrote: Am I missing anything Yes. You need to look at nss_ldap ;) Be aware that for some reason the ldap.conf file resides in /etc not /usr/local/etc. Also, I found that my nsswitch.conf only worked if it was: passwd: ldap files

Re: openldap ssh problem

2003-07-10 Thread Bill Campbell
On Fri, Jul 11, 2003 at 12:16:30AM +0100, lewiz wrote: On Thu, Jul 10, 2003 at 06:49:33PM -0400, Monah Baki wrote: Am I missing anything Yes. You need to look at nss_ldap ;) I would love to -- on 4.8 STABLE. When I last looked at nss_ldap on FreeBSD, I thought it only runs on 5.x. Bill

Re: openldap ssh problem

2003-07-10 Thread lewiz
On Thu, Jul 10, 2003 at 04:31:45PM -0700, Bill Campbell wrote: On Fri, Jul 11, 2003 at 12:16:30AM +0100, lewiz wrote: Yes. You need to look at nss_ldap ;) I would love to -- on 4.8 STABLE. When I last looked at nss_ldap on FreeBSD, I thought it only runs on 5.x. Ah. Sorry, I just missed

update to 4-stable using a web proxy

2003-07-10 Thread pura life CR
hi, how is possible to update a freebsd host to 4-stable using a web proxy? I used to work with CVsup but It doesnt seem to work thorought proxy. Any other option? thanks, _ Charla con tus amigos en línea mediante MSN Messenger:

Re: Mounting a Samab share at boot time

2003-07-10 Thread Murray Taylor
I believe that the method mentioned here is the appropriate way. #!/bin/sh # # $Id: smbfs.sh.sample,v 1.3 2001/01/13 04:50:36 bp Exp $ # # Location: /usr/local/etc/rc.d/smbfs.sh # # Simple script to mount smbfs file systems at startup. # It assumes that all mount points described in fstab file

Re: mpd - question

2003-07-10 Thread Murray Taylor
We are using mpd configured to provide vpn services for upto 254 simutaneous users through our frame-relay connected firewall/DMZ from whatever isp they are using. I think the most we have had online at once so far is 17. (we dont yet have 254 roaming users 8-) Some of our vpn connections are

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