Re: maildir with softupdates

2003-07-24 Thread Terry Lambert
Bill Moran wrote: Attila Nagyn wrote: Is this statement still valid? ext3 is unsafe for maildir, and with softupdates, so is ffs. http://www.irbs.net/internet/postfix/0202/0358.html Yes, I don't think this is true for Soft Updates, unless you take your next statement into account,

Correct format of CVSUP file [was: hi]

2003-07-24 Thread Martin Moeller
* marlon corleone [EMAIL PROTECTED] [030724 09:11]: *default host=cvsup.sk.freebsd.org *default base=/usr prefix=/usr *default release=cvs tag=RELENG_5 *default delete use-rel-suffix compress src-all ports-alltag=. this is my ports-supfile, is this config file correct? is this

Re: At the risk of swellin heads

2003-07-24 Thread anubis
On Wed, 23 Jul 2003 04:28 am, Stephen Hovey wrote: The developers of freebsd are practically GODS - Every night that I get to sleep ALL NITE because my beeper DIDNT go off - its because I switched to freebsd this maybe sounds stupid - but BEFORE I made the switch, well I didnt get to sleep

Warning about invalid sendmail option at startup

2003-07-24 Thread Nicolas Galler
Hi, I just replaced sendmail with postfix. Works great, but I get this warning at boot time (right after starting sshd, though I dont see why it would be related to ssh): sendmail: illegal option -- O sendmail: fatal: usage: sendmail [option] So obviously the postfix sendmail replacement program

Re: Warning about invalid sendmail option at startup

2003-07-24 Thread Simon Barner
Hi, I just replaced sendmail with postfix. Works great, but I get this warning at boot time (right after starting sshd, though I dont see why it would be related to ssh): sendmail: illegal option -- O sendmail: fatal: usage: sendmail [option] So obviously the postfix sendmail replacement

freebsdmall versa freebsd.org any differance in software?

2003-07-24 Thread DanB
Freebsdmall versa Freebsd.org any differance in software vesion 4.8 stable? Dan ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

supfiles [was Re: hi]

2003-07-24 Thread Lowell Gilbert
marlon corleone [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: *default host=cvsup.sk.freebsd.org *default base=/usr prefix=/usr *default release=cvs tag=RELENG_5 There is no such tag yet. For -CURRENT, you want tag=. *default delete use-rel-suffix compress src-all ports-alltag=. Akira# uname -a

Re: help with ide cd burner

2003-07-24 Thread Serge Terryn
On Tuesday 22 July 2003 10:04, sweetleaf wrote: I am trying to use xcdroast with my ide burner but it cat see it. I think i need to enable scsi emulation ...well according to some links on google but anyway i cant find how to do this in the handbook. Would someone please inform on how to

Re: help with ide cd burner

2003-07-24 Thread Martin Moeller
* Serge Terryn [EMAIL PROTECTED] [030724 14:20]: Why everyone is trying xcdroast ? There are much better tools than this one. All those GUI programs need scsi. Just in case you want to use a GUI tool in spite of Serge's remark, atapicam is what you need. $ man atapicam will help you. --

Re: Make Permission errors! Most odd.

2003-07-24 Thread Peter Elsner
or use the p option to extract with the same permissions. At 05:57 PM 7/23/2003 -0400, you wrote: Brad [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I've been experiencing permission errors with make intermittently. It's happening with quite a few users on the box but it's just random. It's never a certain

Re: maildir with softupdates

2003-07-24 Thread Bill Moran
Terry Lambert wrote: SNIP In reality, anything comes with a certain amount of risk, and that statement is too vague to be useful. Sure; you also forgot terrorists blowing up the data center where you computer is housed, and a total collapse of the government in the country where it's located,

Promise Ultra100 TX2 support broken?

2003-07-24 Thread Felix Deichmann
Hi. I have a Promise Ultra100 TX2 card with 2 brand new Maxtor drives. The setup should work in UDMA100 mode, but is downgraded to PIO mode 4 under FreeBSD 5.1 and 4.8. Hardware is definitely OK, I have 2 controllers, 6 different 80 wire IDE cables, shielded and unshielded and no irq

Re: Promise Ultra100 TX2 support broken?

2003-07-24 Thread Vitali Malicky
Hi. Hi! I have a Promise Ultra100 TX2 card with 2 brand new Maxtor drives. The setup should work in UDMA100 mode, but is downgraded to PIO mode 4 under FreeBSD 5.1 and 4.8. Hardware is definitely OK, I have 2 controllers, 6 different 80 wire IDE cables, shielded and unshielded and no irq

Re: Promise Ultra100 TX2 support broken?

2003-07-24 Thread Felix Deichmann
Vitali Malicky wrote: Sorry, friend, your HDD is to be thrown out. Purche a new one (highly desirable not from China... :() What are you talking about? Read my previous mail carefully! The drives are NEW, and work PERFECTLY on a VIA onboard controller. Regards Felix

Re: Promise Ultra100 TX2 support broken?

2003-07-24 Thread Vitali Malicky
Vitali Malicky wrote: Sorry, friend, your HDD is to be thrown out. Purche a new one (highly desirable not from China... :() What are you talking about? Read my previous mail carefully! The drives are NEW, and work PERFECTLY on a VIA onboard controller. Two week ago I was given a NEW

Re: Promise Ultra100 TX2 support broken?

2003-07-24 Thread Vitali Malicky
BTW, I can tell you nightmares how HDD's are manufactured in China. Also it's up to you to believe me or not... :( Vitali Malicky wrote: Sorry, friend, your HDD is to be thrown out. Purche a new one (highly desirable not from China... :() What are you talking about? Read my previous mail

RE: More TTY's

2003-07-24 Thread fbsd_user
Add more ttys be adding more statements in /etc/ttys and rebooting. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Rus Foster Sent: Wednesday, July 23, 2003 6:58 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: More TTY's Hi All, I've hit a problem where screen is saying

Virus Scanners

2003-07-24 Thread Schimcek, Derrick
What are the best virus scanners for freebsd? ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

dial up server

2003-07-24 Thread adrian kok
Hi all I want to provide dialup service for internet? Can freebsd provide dial up server, dhcp and authenication function? How can I configure and where can I get documentation Thank you ___ Do You Yahoo!? Get your free

Re: dial up server

2003-07-24 Thread Dirk-Willem van Gulik
On Thu, 24 Jul 2003, adrian kok wrote: I want to provide dialup service for internet? Can freebsd provide dial up server, dhcp and authenication function? How can I configure and where can I get documentation You want to look at the handbook - section 'Dial Up' which is on your machine

Re: Virus Scanners

2003-07-24 Thread Vitali Malicky
What are the best virus scanners for freebsd? Kaspersky has been working excellent for the third year in my boxes, but it's a bit expensive, anyway if you find a key on astalavista.box.sk then it'll be free to you ;) You will have to patch sendmail and modify its sendmail.cnf (which is a

Re: configure ftpd port range

2003-07-24 Thread John DeStefano
Lowell Gilbert [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thanks for your response, Lowell, as always. John DeStefano writes: Due to ISP restrictions, I must change the default port on which ftpd runs in order to enable ftp access to and from my machine. That would violate the FTP spec, and isn't supported

Re: samba(2.2.8) printer server (on 4.8-RELEASE)

2003-07-24 Thread P. U. Kruppa
On Tue, 22 Jul 2003, Andrew Stuart wrote: On Sat, 19 Jul 2003 at 07:58:05 +0200, P. U. Kruppa wrote: Hi! I am trying to set up a printer server (SAMBA 2.2.8 package on 4.8 -RELEASE, printer is a Kyocera FS-3700+ laser printer) which should be accessible from Win2000 and WinNT4

Re: Adaptec 2120S management (raidutil) ?

2003-07-24 Thread Buki
The old 'Storage Manager' and 'raidutil' tools do not work with the newer generation of Adaptec RAID cards. The newer genreation use 'Storage Manager Browser Edition' for the GUI and 'aaccli' for the CLI. I ported the aaccli program to FreeBSD a few years ago, but it has fallen out of date

Etherbet interface redundancy

2003-07-24 Thread Roger 'Rocky' Vetterberg
Hello listmembers Is there a way to accomplish interface redundancy on machines with dual interface? I have a few Dell Poweredge 1650 and some Compaq DL-360 G2 servers with dual onboard gigabit interfaces. When running windows, you can use the software provided with each server to bundle the

multiple nvidia cards

2003-07-24 Thread Justin C. Sherrill
Can someone confirm it's possible to run a multihead configuration on FreeBSD 4.8 using multiple nvidia-chipset cards and the nvidia binary driver? I have a computer with a GeForce4 and a PCI TNT video card; installing the binary driver and enabling GLX causes the machine to reboot when X is

Re: Virus Scanners

2003-07-24 Thread T Kellers
I use uvscan. There is a trial version in the ports collection (/usr/ports/security/vscan), and, if you use a mail-scanner like amavis (also in ports) it can use the uvscan engine. Tim Kellers CPE/NJIT On Thursday 24 July 2003 10:44 am, Schimcek, Derrick wrote: What are the best virus

syslog.conf .err destination (Was: Any way to stop a remote boxgone crazy?)

2003-07-24 Thread sedwards
When he got to it, it had all sorts of error messages about VM and paging on the console. But he could not login so I had him reboot it. But apparently the logger quit storing messages in the messages file about 1 A.M., the next messages were the reboot messages at 18:00. How does it

Re: Virus Scanners

2003-07-24 Thread Mike Tancsa
f-prot is very well priced and has a native FreeBSD version actively maintained. We have 2 server licenses and it works very well for us and our customers. www.f-prot.com ---Mike At 12:35 PM 24/07/2003 -0400, T Kellers wrote: I use uvscan. There is a trial version in the ports

RE: dial up server

2003-07-24 Thread fbsd_user
Your question is very vague. The solution for one or two FBSD dial in connections is way different from dial in connections for greater than 20+ concurrent connections like an ISP. Just what are you trying to do. You need to give more details describing your intentions. Yes FBSD can provide dial

FreeBSD NIS Server + Linux NIS clients

2003-07-24 Thread Alvaro Rosales R.
Hi guys I've been trying to set up a Redhat 9 linux client to connect to my FreeBSD 4.8 NIS server, i can get ypcat passwd work but the logins with the accounts of the NIS server fail. Can you gimme any clues?. Thanks ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: FreeBSD NIS Server + Linux NIS clients

2003-07-24 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Jul 24), Alvaro Rosales R. said: Hi guys I've been trying to set up a Redhat 9 linux client to connect to my FreeBSD 4.8 NIS server, i can get ypcat passwd work but the logins with the accounts of the NIS server fail. Can you gimme any clues?. Does id nisuser work? If

Time on Mail wrong...

2003-07-24 Thread Lucas Holt
I've been having problems with the time recorded on messages passing through my Sendmail server on freebsd. I've noticed that it always happens using Squirrelmail or when someone using Outlook sends me email. Is there any way to correct this server side? I have the most recent version of

Re: Virus Scanners

2003-07-24 Thread Vivek Khera
DS == Derrick Schimcek Schimcek writes: DS What are the best virus scanners for freebsd? We've been using vexira (server version, not mail scanner version) in conjunction with amavisd-new to scan incoming email. It will also scan files on the disk. Not that there are any freebsd viruses, but

Re: Virus Scanners

2003-07-24 Thread Benjamin Walkenhorst
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Thursday, 24. July 2003 16:44, Schimcek, Derrick wrote: What are the best virus scanners for freebsd? While I don't know about virus scanners for *FreeBSD*, I use AntiVir on a GNU/Linux desktop box happily. I understand, there is a version for

Re: Etherbet interface redundancy

2003-07-24 Thread othermark
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Roger 'Rocky' Vetterberg wrote: Is there a way to accomplish interface redundancy on machines with dual interface? You're right ng_onetomany uses all the interfaces unless one goes down which is not what you're talking about. FreeBSD does not provide this

Re: Etherbet interface redundancy

2003-07-24 Thread Kerberus
Does the new version of FreeVRRPD do nic redundency in case of failure, along with system failover ? On Thu, 2003-07-24 at 19:10, othermark wrote: In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Roger 'Rocky' Vetterberg wrote: Is there a way to accomplish interface redundancy on machines with dual

RE: samba(2.2.8) printer server (on 4.8-RELEASE)

2003-07-24 Thread Derrick Ryalls
On Sat, 19 Jul 2003 at 07:58:05 +0200, P. U. Kruppa wrote: Hi! I am trying to set up a printer server (SAMBA 2.2.8 package on 4.8 -RELEASE, printer is a Kyocera FS-3700+ laser printer) which should be accessible from Win2000 and WinNT4 workstations _without_ any

marking bad blocks on a hard disk drive

2003-07-24 Thread Alfonso Romero
I´m installing FreeBSD 4.8 on a 8GB HDD, but it has some bad sectors. How can I tell FreeBSD not to use these bad sectors? Thanks in advance ALfonso Romero ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: marking bad blocks on a hard disk drive

2003-07-24 Thread Vitali Malicky
I?m installing FreeBSD 4.8 on a 8GB HDD, but it has some bad sectors. How can I tell FreeBSD not to use these bad sectors? I'm afraid you can't... :( this is from one of my previous posting Re: Promise Ultra100 TX2 support broken? From: Vitali Malicky [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Felix Deichmann

Re: Etherbet interface redundancy

2003-07-24 Thread othermark
In article [EMAIL PROTECTED], Kerberus wrote: Does the new version of FreeVRRPD do nic redundency in case of failure, along with system failover ? As far as I know, FreeVRRPD only provides HOST to HOST failover. --- Mark atkin901 at NOSPAM yahoo dot com (!wired)?(coffee++):(wired);

Defragment HDD

2003-07-24 Thread Peter Rosa
Hi all, is it possible, and by using what program, to defragment HDDs under FreeBSD ? Peter Rosa ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: marking bad blocks on a hard disk drive

2003-07-24 Thread Alfonso Romero
The funny thing is that the trouble shows up when I try to install mysql3.23.57 server, I installed postfix2.13, apache2.0.47 and all the required stuff, and it didn´t complain till I got to mysql. - Original Message - From: Vitali Malicky [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Alfonso Romero [EMAIL

Re: Defragment HDD

2003-07-24 Thread Scott Kupferschmidt
Hello, I always cat /dev/zero file wait until the drive fills up, rm file and you're set. Sincerely, Scott Kupferschmidt ISPrime, Inc. 866.502.4678 ext. 3 AIM: Scott ISPrime - ICQ: 174337249 On Thu, 24 Jul 2003, Peter Rosa wrote: Hi all, is it possible, and by using what program, to

Re: Defragment HDD

2003-07-24 Thread Peter Rosa
OK, but it is not the real defragmenting like Norton Speedisk or MS Defrag on windoze machines. Is there anything other ? Peter Rosa - Original Message - From: Scott Kupferschmidt [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Peter Rosa [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: freebsd-questions [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday,

Re: FreeBSD-5.1 iso disk2 and kernel configuration

2003-07-24 Thread Essetee
Toomas Aas wrote: 2)I used the iso disk1 to install version 5.1 but I could not configure the kernel. I followed the kernel configuration procedure and the linking process yielded the following lines: BEGIN of inserted lines - linking kernel umass.o: In function

Quick file allocation

2003-07-24 Thread Rus Foster
Hi All, Just wondered on FreeBSD is there a way that I can quickly create a file. When I mean quick I basically mean that the system just says that ok this file is allocataed inodes foo-bar rather than having to use mkfile 1G filename. Something like XFS's holey file support Rgds Rus -- www:

problems with mysql323.57-server port

2003-07-24 Thread Alfonso Romero
I updated my ports collection and installed mysql server 3.23.57, but I received an error telling me that some files were newer than others. The bad thing is I didn´t save the error messages. Is someone else having this problem? Alfonso Romero Ibacsoft/Ibacnet Open Source Consultants

Re: Defragment HDD

2003-07-24 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Jul 24), Peter Rosa said: From: Scott Kupferschmidt [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Thu, 24 Jul 2003, Peter Rosa wrote: is it possible, and by using what program, to defragment HDDs under FreeBSD ? I always cat /dev/zero file wait until the drive fills up, rm file and

Re: Defragment HDD

2003-07-24 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Peter Rosa [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: OK, but it is not the real defragmenting like Norton Speedisk or MS Defrag on windoze machines. Is there anything other ? The term doesn't typically refer to quite the same thing on Unix. No defragmentation program of that type is needed, due to different

Re: marking bad blocks on a hard disk drive

2003-07-24 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Alfonso Romero [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: The funny thing is that the trouble shows up when I try to install mysql3.23.57 server, I installed postfix2.13, apache2.0.47 and all the required stuff, and it didn´t complain till I got to mysql. What are the symptoms?

Re: Time on Mail wrong...

2003-07-24 Thread Greg 'groggy' Lehey
On Thursday, 24 July 2003 at 14:00:21 -0400, Lucas Holt wrote: I've been having problems with the time recorded on messages passing through my Sendmail server on freebsd. I've noticed that it always happens using Squirrelmail or when someone using Outlook sends me email. Is there any way to

Re: Defragment HDD

2003-07-24 Thread David Kelly
On Thursday 24 July 2003 02:45 pm, Peter Rosa wrote: Hi all, is it possible, and by using what program, to defragment HDDs under FreeBSD ? Why are you worried about it? Professional-grade filesystems such as UFS do not require or benefit the way Microsoft-grade filesystems do. This is a

Re: Defragment HDD

2003-07-24 Thread David Kelly
On Thursday 24 July 2003 03:12 pm, Dan Nelson wrote: The FFS filesystem reserves 8% of the disk space so that it can allocate contiguous blocks for files. It happens to serve that function, but I understood the reserve is for root so that users can not fill filesystems and kill root

Newbie...

2003-07-24 Thread Robert
I've been messing around with the installion of Freebsd and think I've got it after a few tries (I think). I'm at the username # command line. It also says I got mail. But now I'm so lost. I've downloaded Doc's, handbooks and other information but I don't know where to go next. If anyone could

Re: Quick file allocation

2003-07-24 Thread oremanj
On Thu, Jul 24, 2003 at 01:11:14PM -0700 or thereabouts, Rus Foster wrote: Hi All, Just wondered on FreeBSD is there a way that I can quickly create a file. When I mean quick I basically mean that the system just says that ok this file is allocataed inodes foo-bar rather than having to use

Re: Quick file allocation

2003-07-24 Thread Peter Elsner
touch filename ??? Peter At 01:11 PM 7/24/2003 -0700, you wrote: Hi All, Just wondered on FreeBSD is there a way that I can quickly create a file. When I mean quick I basically mean that the system just says that ok this file is allocataed inodes foo-bar rather than having to use mkfile 1G

Re: Quick file allocation

2003-07-24 Thread Rus Foster
On Thu, 24 Jul 2003, Peter Elsner wrote: touch filename ??? Peter Hi, Not quite as I want to allocate space rather than just the file. Thanks anyway Rgds Rus -- www: http://jvds.com | Virtual Servers from just $15/mo MSNM: [EMAIL PROTECTED] | Totally Customizable Technology e: [EMAIL

Re: Newbie...

2003-07-24 Thread Mark
- Original Message - From: Robert [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, July 24, 2003 10:45 PM Subject: Newbie... I've been messing around with the installion of Freebsd and think I've got it after a few tries (I think). I'm at the username # command line. It also

Re: Quick file allocation

2003-07-24 Thread Ugen
fd = open(name, O_WRONLY); lseek(fd, size_in_bytes, SEEK_SET) close(fd) --Ugen Rus Foster wrote: On Thu, 24 Jul 2003, Peter Elsner wrote: touch filename ??? Peter Hi, Not quite as I want to allocate space rather than just the file. Thanks anyway Rgds Rus

Re: location of windowmaker

2003-07-24 Thread Scot W. Hetzel
From: marlon corleone [EMAIL PROTECTED] in which directory in ports i can find windowmaker? to find a port in /usr/ports just do: # cd /usr/ports # make search key=windowmaker | more : : Port: windowmaker-0.80.2 Path: /usr/ports/x11-wm/windowmaker Info:

Help !!!!!!!!!!!! - Invalid partition after BSD 5.1 Installation

2003-07-24 Thread Mauro Cappuccio
Hi all after about 20/25 installations failure, I think that the best way to solve my problem, is writing to you guys Let me explain the situation: Hardware Processors: 2xXeon 2.4 GHz Ram: 2 Gbytes Hard drives: 1x18 GB 320 and 2x73 GB 320 (in hardware controlled RAID 1) SCSI adapter: Adaptec

Re: Quick file allocation

2003-07-24 Thread Marc Wiz
On Thu, Jul 24, 2003 at 05:07:12PM -0400, Ugen wrote: fd = open(name, O_WRONLY); lseek(fd, size_in_bytes, SEEK_SET) close(fd) --Ugen It might help if after the lseek a write() call is done :-) Marc -- Marc Wiz [EMAIL PROTECTED] Yes, that really is my last name.

Is it possible to read BIOS setting?

2003-07-24 Thread Pranav A. Desai
Hi! This is what I am trying to do ... If the hard disk fails (or becomes un-bootable) I would change the BIOS setting to boot from second disk or maybe from cdrom, repair or reimage the hard disk and reboot the box. I would like to automate this process, so that I dont have to be physically

Postfix/pop-before-smtp virtual domain relay problem on FBSD

2003-07-24 Thread Chris
Hello, I am having a problem using my FreeBSD/Postfix mail server to accept relays from my virtual domain clients. I use pop-before-smtp on this server and the users for these virtual domains are able to pop their mail but not relay through the server. Here are some vital settings from my

Re: Defragment HDD

2003-07-24 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Jul 24), David Kelly said: On Thursday 24 July 2003 03:12 pm, Dan Nelson wrote: The FFS filesystem reserves 8% of the disk space so that it can allocate contiguous blocks for files. It happens to serve that function, but I understood the reserve is for root so that

ATA identify retries exceeded (still!)

2003-07-24 Thread Fierman
hello, I am driven almost insane by this ATA driver problem on a mini-atx machine. (device being a liteon DVD player): ata0-slave: ATA identify retries exceeded 5.1, but also happened in 4.7 as well as 4.8. I am aware that it was a well known problem, but it appeared to be fixed from early this

dd syntax

2003-07-24 Thread mbaki
Hi all, I have a freebsd 5.1 machine with 2 harddrives ad0 and ad2. I need to duplicate ad2 to a 3rd hardrive so what I did is the following: dd if=/dev/ad2 of=freebsd5.1.bin Now when I'm done dd'ing, I can replace ad2 with the harddrive and issue the command dd if=freebsd5.1.bin of=/dev/ad2

Bind9 Issue

2003-07-24 Thread Derrick Ryalls
I bought a domain for my gaming clan and installed bind9 specifically for the views feature. The DNS machine is my home router and our gaming machine is on another network and physically 60 miles away and is nat'ed on a lan. The lan the game server is on has it's own DNS machine, but is located

Re: Is it possible to read BIOS setting?

2003-07-24 Thread Mark
- Original Message - From: Pranav A. Desai [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, July 24, 2003 11:27 PM Subject: Is it possible to read BIOS setting? Hi! This is what I am trying to do ... If the hard disk fails (or becomes un-bootable) I would change the BIOS

Re: Quick file allocation

2003-07-24 Thread Francesco Casadei
On Thu, Jul 24, 2003 at 01:11:14PM -0700, Rus Foster wrote: Hi All, Just wondered on FreeBSD is there a way that I can quickly create a file. When I mean quick I basically mean that the system just says that ok this file is allocataed inodes foo-bar rather than having to use mkfile 1G

Re: Bind9 Issue

2003-07-24 Thread Jonathan Chen
On Thu, Jul 24, 2003 at 03:02:15PM -0700, Derrick Ryalls wrote: I bought a domain for my gaming clan and installed bind9 specifically for the views feature. The DNS machine is my home router and our gaming machine is on another network and physically 60 miles away and is nat'ed on a lan. The

Re: Virus Scanners

2003-07-24 Thread Jamie
If you're looking for something licensed under the GPL, you might consider using Clam Antivirus: http://freshmeat.net/projects/clamav/?topic_id=861 - Jamie On Thu, 24 Jul 2003, Benjamin Walkenhorst wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Thursday, 24.

question?

2003-07-24 Thread tuningplaques.com
je recherche un disque dur wd205ba (western digital) Si tu entend parler? Merci d'avance Cedric Hinard ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

HARDWARE COMPATABLE

2003-07-24 Thread ALLEN WANG
Hello, we are computer company for computer server, we sold out some severs with ECS P4VMM2 motherboard, but our customer can't run FreeBSD. would you please list the compatable motherboard, video card, hdd etc. regards, allen - Do you Yahoo!? Yahoo!

Re: marking bad blocks on a hard disk drive

2003-07-24 Thread Kirk Strauser
At 2003-07-24T19:17:57Z, Alfonso Romero [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I´m installing FreeBSD 4.8 on a 8GB HDD, but it has some bad sectors. How can I tell FreeBSD not to use these bad sectors? You really wouldn't want to, even if you could. Why? Because most (all) modern drives are shipped with

Re: Newbie...

2003-07-24 Thread Kevin Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P.
I've been messing around with the installion of Freebsd and think I've got it after a few tries (I think). I'm at the username # command line. It also says I got mail. But now I'm so lost. I've downloaded Doc's, handbooks and other information but I don't know where to go next. If anyone could

Re: HARDWARE COMPATABLE

2003-07-24 Thread Vulpes Velox
Check the hardware notes on the releases against the hardware used. Info on the errors would be of help to. FreeBSD is for the most part not responsible for handleing the video card, that is done by the X server. On Thu, 24 Jul 2003 15:56:34 -0700 (PDT) ALLEN WANG [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Re: Is it possible to read BIOS setting?

2003-07-24 Thread Andy Farkas
Pranav A. Desai wrote: This is what I am trying to do ... If the hard disk fails (or becomes un-bootable) I would change the BIOS setting to boot from second disk or maybe from cdrom, repair or reimage the hard disk and reboot the box. I would like to automate this process, so that I dont

RE: Bind9 Issue

2003-07-24 Thread Derrick Ryalls
On Thu, Jul 24, 2003 at 03:02:15PM -0700, Derrick Ryalls wrote: I bought a domain for my gaming clan and installed bind9 specifically for the views feature. The DNS machine is my home router and our gaming machine is on another network and physically 60 miles away and is nat'ed on

Re: marking bad blocks on a hard disk drive

2003-07-24 Thread Andy Farkas
Alfonso Romero wrote: I´m installing FreeBSD 4.8 on a 8GB HDD, but it has some bad sectors. How can I tell FreeBSD not to use these bad sectors? Like others have said, your disk is dying and is untrustworthy for holding critical data. But no one has answered your question yet, so I will :) I

Re: dd syntax

2003-07-24 Thread Andy Farkas
On Thu, 24 Jul 2003 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a freebsd 5.1 machine with 2 harddrives ad0 and ad2. I need to duplicate ad2 to a 3rd hardrive so what I did is the following: dd if=/dev/ad2 of=freebsd5.1.bin Now when I'm done dd'ing, I can replace ad2 with the harddrive and issue the

Re: question?

2003-07-24 Thread Matthew Graybosch
On Thursday 24 July 2003 06:52 pm, tuningplaques.com wrote: je recherche un disque dur wd205ba (western digital) Si tu entend parler? Merci d'avance Nous parles anglais ici, Monsieur. Let's see, you bought a Western Digital drive, model WD205A. Is something wrong with it? -- Matthew

PHP download manager

2003-07-24 Thread admin
OS: FreeBSD 4.8 Apache 1.3.27 I am looking for some PHP open source for handling users who wish to downlaod files via web browsers/clients. Any ideas where I can find something like this? thanks in advance, - Noah ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing

problems with mod_php4 port

2003-07-24 Thread Alfonso Romero
I updated the mod_php4 port, but it only has the files: Makefile pkg-message I can´t install it... where are the other files from this port? The mod_php3 port is fine, but I need mod_php4! What should I do? Thanks in advance Alfonso Romero ___

Re: PHP download manager

2003-07-24 Thread Matthew Graybosch
On Thursday 24 July 2003 08:16 pm, admin wrote: OS: FreeBSD 4.8 Apache 1.3.27 I am looking for some PHP open source for handling users who wish to downlaod files via web browsers/clients. Any ideas where I can find something like this? thanks in advance, What do you mean by handling

Re: marking bad blocks on a hard disk drive

2003-07-24 Thread Robert Watson
On Thu, 24 Jul 2003, Alfonso Romero wrote: I´m installing FreeBSD 4.8 on a 8GB HDD, but it has some bad sectors. How can I tell FreeBSD not to use these bad sectors? If the bad blocks are not under any vital file system meta-data (boot blocks, inodes, et al), you can use the badsect(8)

Re: Is it possible to read BIOS setting?

2003-07-24 Thread Lewis Thompson
On Thu, Jul 24, 2003 at 04:26:47PM -0500, Pranav A. Desai wrote: If the hard disk fails (or becomes un-bootable) I would change the BIOS setting to boot from second disk or maybe from cdrom, repair or reimage the hard disk and reboot the box. I might be wrong here (and haven't been following

RE: problems with mod_php4 port

2003-07-24 Thread Derrick Ryalls
I updated the mod_php4 port, but it only has the files: Makefile pkg-message I can´t install it... where are the other files from this port? The mod_php3 port is fine, but I need mod_php4! What should I do? Oddly enough, I recently installed mod_php4 and looking back, the directory

RE: problems with mod_php4 port

2003-07-24 Thread Ryan Thompson
Derrick Ryalls wrote to 'Alfonso Romero' and 'freebsd-questions': I updated the mod_php4 port, but it only has the files: Makefile pkg-message I can´t install it... where are the other files from this port? The mod_php3 port is fine, but I need mod_php4! What should I do?

Re: problems with mod_php4 port

2003-07-24 Thread Alfonso Romero
I found the problem... I Didn´t update the lang ports, and that was what the mod_php4 port was complaining about... I now updated ports/lang and all seems to go along now... - Original Message - From: Derrick Ryalls [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: 'Alfonso Romero' [EMAIL PROTECTED];

redirect_port

2003-07-24 Thread Matthew Ryan
Hi there, Using nat on my gateway to forward traffic on many ports the same internal machine, what is the correct syntax? redirect_port x.x.x.x zz zz redirect_port x.x.x.x yy yy redirect_port x x x x nn nn or redirect_port x.x.x.x zz,yy,nn zz,yy,nn or with some other separator or what?

RE: redirect_port

2003-07-24 Thread Derrick Ryalls
Hi there, Using nat on my gateway to forward traffic on many ports the same internal machine, what is the correct syntax? redirect_port x.x.x.x zz zz redirect_port x.x.x.x yy yy redirect_port x x x x nn nn Copied from my natd.conf redirect_port tcp 192.168.0.20:22 5520

Dynamic Hostname Assignment

2003-07-24 Thread Shawn
When I recently installed and setup FreeBSD 5.1 on my box here at home, I noticed that it didn't dynamically set the hostname for me. When I used RedHat Linux 9 before it did. I was puzzled by this at first, since RedHat and FreeBSD both use dhclient (AFAIK), and I spent a few hours looking

Re: PHP download manager

2003-07-24 Thread James Long
On Thu, Jul 24, 2003 at 04:16:02PM -0800, admin wrote: I am looking for some PHP open source for handling users who wish to downlaod files via web browsers/clients. Any ideas where I can find something like this? You might see whether a product called webfilebrowser suits your needs.

DMA limited to UDMA33, non-ATA66 cable or device

2003-07-24 Thread Ugo Bellavance
Hi, --System FreeBSD 4.8 release It is a kernel that I recompiled only to enable SMP. The same error comes with the generic stock generic Kernel. It is a dual Athlon MP 1800+ on a tyan MB. The Raid card is a TX-2000 with 2 Hot swap superswap enclosure. The only other IDE device, the cd-rom is

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2003-07-24 Thread Tony Sterrett
I'm trying to configure both a master and slave DNS on the same machine. My approach is to run the master by setting named_enable=YES and it will use the config file in /etc/named. To start the slave I will In rc.local and it would use the config files in /etc/named/slave. Does this seems ok?

Re: Defragment HDD

2003-07-24 Thread Bill Campbell
On Thu, Jul 24, 2003 at 03:38:06PM -0500, David Kelly wrote: On Thursday 24 July 2003 02:45 pm, Peter Rosa wrote: Hi all, is it possible, and by using what program, to defragment HDDs under FreeBSD ? Why are you worried about it? Professional-grade filesystems such as UFS do not require or

Re: Dynamic Hostname Assignment

2003-07-24 Thread Mike Maltese
If I understand your question correctly, the following line in /etc/dhclient.conf should do what you want: send host-name yourhostname; - Original Message - From: Shawn [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, July 24, 2003 7:03 PM Subject: Dynamic Hostname

Re: Dynamic Hostname Assignment

2003-07-24 Thread Rod Person
On 24 Jul 2003 21:03:13 -0500 Shawn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: When I recently installed and setup FreeBSD 5.1 on my box here at home, I noticed that it didn't dynamically set the hostname for me. When I used RedHat Linux 9 before it did. Any suggestions? I assume your isp uses DHCP. If so,

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