Postfix/receiving mail through router problem

2003-07-25 Thread pat bey
FreeBSD 4.8 Release hijra.homeunix.com Checking all the postfix conf files and everything seems to be in the right place. Thou this is my first time setting up a mail server so it's a learning experience for me. There are no errors in any of the log files anywhere. Telneting to port 143 and

Re: Apache help

2003-07-25 Thread Sunil Sunder Raj
Hi, There is an error in the shell script apache provides. The line no.105 should be if [ -z ${apache_start} ]; then check that the double codes are proper. Regards SSR From: Dzevad Fazlic [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Apache help Date: Mon, 21 Jul 2003 14:33:10 -0600

help compiling ldap support in sylpheed claws 0.9.3

2003-07-25 Thread bsd_junkie
How can i make ./configure find my openldap install? I am trying to install sylpheed claws on freebsd 5.1 with ldap support but configure does not seem to find what it needs because when configure is done openldap = no is present. sylpheed 0.9.3claws GnuPG : yes JPilot:

Re: Site for software version announcements?

2003-07-25 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Fri, Jul 25, 2003 at 01:02:01AM -0400, Dragoncrest wrote: Is there a site or mailing list that announces all of the latest software releases and versions for all things unix? Or even just software in general? I'm wondering cause I'm looking for a way to keep current on all

Re: Defragment HDD

2003-07-25 Thread Peter Rosa
SORRY, SORRY AND ONE MORE SORRY. I love FBSD very much, but it really writes (during boot-up) something about fragmentation. So I forgot about its professionality and so for a moment and write my stupid question to the list. At least, everyone will now know... Sincerelly Peter Rosa -

Re: Virus Scanners

2003-07-25 Thread Johan Paul
If you're looking for something licensed under the GPL, you might consider using Clam Antivirus: http://freshmeat.net/projects/clamav/?topic_id=861 Thank's for pointing this out! I installed it with sysinstall successfully and the version that got installed on my 4.8 box was 0.54. It

Re: How to drive an NE2000 compatible isa card

2003-07-25 Thread Zhang Le
--- stan [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Wed, Jul 23, 2003 at 05:03:02PM +0800, Zhang Le wrote: Hello, I have an NE2000 (10M) compatible isa card with io=0x300 irq=5 (under win98). But I fail to drive it under a FreeBSD 4.8. I have recompiled kernel with ed support. dmesg does not

Re: Defragment HDD

2003-07-25 Thread Micheal Patterson
- Original Message - From: Peter Rosa [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: freebsd-questions [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, July 25, 2003 2:03 AM Subject: Re: Defragment HDD SORRY, SORRY AND ONE MORE SORRY. I love FBSD very much, but it really writes (during boot-up)

Translating...

2003-07-25 Thread Taulant Galimuna
Hi sirs, I'm Taulant Galimuna, I'm from Kosovo (ex. Yugoslavia) and I'm ready to help you if you have anything to translate or something else in Albanian... I own a website for albanian BSD users (www.albabsd.org) and I'm trying to help albanian users of bsd. Regards, Taulant

Re: Virus Scanners

2003-07-25 Thread Jeremy Gaddis
On Fri, 2003-07-25 at 02:13, Johan Paul wrote: http://freshmeat.net/projects/clamav/?topic_id=861 Thank's for pointing this out! I installed it with sysinstall successfully and the version that got installed on my 4.8 box was 0.54. It seems that the 'freshclam' util doesn't support

Can't assign IP to network interface vr0

2003-07-25 Thread Matt Staroscik
I have a system with a 'vr' driver NIC in it. ifconfig sees the interface (and I have miibus and vr in my kernel) yet I cannot assign an IP address to it with rc.conf or ifconfig it just doesn't stick. If I use ifconfig to take it down and bring it back up nothing changes but the RUNNING

redirect_port

2003-07-25 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: Can't assign IP to network interface vr0

2003-07-25 Thread Matt Staroscik
Solved it: after more searching, the great Google hath taught me that you can't have 2 IP addresses on the same subnet on one machine... and I was trying to set the NICs to 192.168.1.n and .n+1. Too bad this doesn't drop a message in a logfile though. Or if it did, I wasn't looking in the right

DMA limited to UDMA33, non-ATA66 cable or device

2003-07-25 Thread Ugo Bellavance
They're brand new cables, from promise, and I don't have this problem under linux (I get over 40 MB/s transfer rate with hdparm). However, I will try other cables eventually. If anyone has another idea, please let me know. Thanks, Ugo -- Try getting new cables. I have had a similar problem

DMA limited to UDMA33, non-ATA66 cable or device

2003-07-25 Thread Ugo Bellavance
They're brand new cables, from promise, and I don't have this problem under linux (I get over 40 MB/s transfer rate with hdparm). However, I will try other cables eventually. If anyone has another idea, please let me know. Thanks, Sorry for the double-post, i didn't know how to reply directly

linux-emulator problem

2003-07-25 Thread Joachim Jaeckel
Hello, I'm trying to use a linux application under a FreeBSD 4.8-STABLE. Most things works fine, but sometimes I get the following error message: linux: 'ipc' typ=258 not implemented and the selected function in the linux program does not work. Can someone tell me, if this

Re: DMA limited to UDMA33, non-ATA66 cable or device

2003-07-25 Thread Rob
Ugo Bellavance wrote: They're brand new cables, from promise, and I don't have this problem under linux (I get over 40 MB/s transfer rate with hdparm). However, I will try other cables eventually. If anyone has another idea, please let me know. Thanks, Ugo -- Try getting new cables. I have had a

Re: Virus Scanners

2003-07-25 Thread Johan Paul
Thank's for pointing this out! I installed it with sysinstall successfully and the version that got installed on my 4.8 box was 0.54. It seems that the 'freshclam' util doesn't support mirror sites and the default site clamav.elektrapro.com seems to be down (or the site has [EMAIL

looking for a mp3 player.

2003-07-25 Thread sweetleaf
looking for a good mp3 player with a nice gui and if possible a EQ. I was also looking for one that plays the other audio formats too like the vorbis and such. Thanks in advance, Sweetleaf ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: looking for a mp3 player.

2003-07-25 Thread Scott Mitchell
On Fri, Jul 25, 2003 at 06:41:36AM -0500, sweetleaf wrote: looking for a good mp3 player with a nice gui and if possible a EQ. I was also looking for one that plays the other audio formats too like the vorbis and such. Thanks in advance, Sweetleaf Try this one: multimedia/xmms

Problem with periodically done scripts

2003-07-25 Thread Peter Rosa
Hello everybody, is there really no one who knows answer for my question posted on July 24 ? Please help me, if you know. Peter Rosa - Original Message - From: Peter Rosa [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, July 24, 2003 7:46 AM Subject: System hack ?! Greetings

I want using FreeBSD, but...

2003-07-25 Thread Rissland, Thorsten
...i'm a christian. Why is the Logo of FreeBSD an devil What have an oparating System to do with the devil Of course, there is something like daemon's (under Windows called services) but this is not the meaning of deamon!!! I think the meaning of daemon is d=disk a=and e=? (i don't

Re: I want using FreeBSD, but...

2003-07-25 Thread Roger 'Rocky' Vetterberg
Rissland, Thorsten wrote: ...i'm a christian. Why is the Logo of FreeBSD an devil What have an oparating System to do with the devil Of course, there is something like daemon's (under Windows called services) but this is not the meaning of deamon!!! I think the meaning of daemon is

Re: redirect_port

2003-07-25 Thread Sunil Sunder Raj
Hi, /sbin/natd -redirect_port tcp x.x.x.x:z z -redirect_port tcp x.x.x.x:y y -n rl0 Regards SSR From: Matthew Ryan [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: redirect_port Date: Fri, 25 Jul 2003 02:12:45 +0100 Hi there, Using nat on my gateway to forward traffic on many ports the same

Re: Translating...

2003-07-25 Thread Simon Barner
Hi Taulant, I'm Taulant Galimuna, I'm from Kosovo (ex. Yugoslavia) and I'm ready to help you if you have anything to translate or something else in Albanian... I own a website for albanian BSD users (www.albabsd.org) and I'm trying to help albanian users of bsd. If you want to start an

Re: I want using FreeBSD, but...

2003-07-25 Thread Vitali Malicky
...i'm a christian. Why is the Logo of FreeBSD an devil What have an oparating System to do with the devil Of course, there is something like daemon's (under Windows called services) but this is not the meaning of deamon!!! I think the meaning of daemon is d=disk a=and e=?

Re: Problem with periodically done scripts

2003-07-25 Thread Peter Rosa
Dear Luke, thank you for helping. It is, of course possible, but on that machine areonly 10 users, no one is added from 2001. Passwd is not the only file, because whole security log seems as follows: Checking setuid files and devices: Checking for uids of 0: root

Re: none

2003-07-25 Thread Kirk Strauser
At 2003-07-25T02:50:36Z, Tony Sterrett [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Like all of my action this is the result of a requirement. Yeah, I get the interesting requests, too. I'm required to run two by nametech to register it, They said they can even be on one box. Can they be the same instance of

Re: Problem with periodically done scripts

2003-07-25 Thread Daniel Bye
On Fri, Jul 25, 2003 at 02:39:11PM +0200, Peter Rosa wrote: Dear Luke, thank you for helping. It is, of course possible, but on that machine areonly 10 users, no one is added from 2001. Passwd is not the only file, because whole security log seems as follows: Checking setuid files and

re: redirect_port

2003-07-25 Thread John DeStefano
Derrick Ryalls [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi there, =20 Using nat on my gateway to forward traffic on many ports the same=20 internal machine, what is the correct syntax? =20 redirect_port x.x.x.x zz zz redirect_port x.x.x.x yy yy redirect_port x x x x nn nn =20 Copied from my natd.conf

Ports strange error.

2003-07-25 Thread Christian
Hi folks! I have a problem to install (any) ports on my sistem. Like this: === Installing for gd-1.8.4_7,1 === gd-1.8.4_7,1 depends on shared library: jpeg.9 - found === gd-1.8.4_7,1 depends on shared library: png.5 - found === gd-1.8.4_7,1 depends on shared library: freetype.9 - found

ports-supfile config

2003-07-25 Thread marlon corleone
thanks for the reply guys, i reconfigure my ports-supfile here's my new config: *default host=cvsup.sk.freebsd.org *default base=/usr prefix=/usr *default release=cvs *default delete use-rel-suffix compress ports-alltag=. i delete srcl-all entry. here's my second question, its about the

SATA \\ Promise PDC20376 \\ Promise TX2

2003-07-25 Thread madsen
I'm trying to get a single SATA drive running on my computer (MSI K7N2 Delta ILSR) which uses the Promise PDC20376. If I don't configure the drive in an array, FreeBSD 5.1 can access the drive just fine, but Windoze XP Pro doesn't see it, and neither does any other bootable utility. If I do

Re: FreeBSD doesn't find my CD-RW and sometimes my DVD

2003-07-25 Thread Greg Panula
Lia Maggioni wrote: Venerdl, luglio 25, 2003, alle 01:45 , Greg Panula ha scritto: I don't use cable select :( I've ever used Jumpers. I've tried to change the position on the cable on the drives no way. :( Help :( Jumpers for IDE devices are located on the back of the device,

Re: I want using FreeBSD, but...

2003-07-25 Thread Charlie Schluting
On Fri, 25 Jul 2003, Roger 'Rocky' Vetterberg wrote: Rissland, Thorsten wrote: ...i'm a christian. I hope this helps, freebsd is really a great operating system and I hope you wont let religion or politics stop you from using it. I thought this was a joke the first time I read it..

Re: I want using FreeBSD, but...

2003-07-25 Thread Kirk Strauser
At 2003-07-25T14:33:09Z, Charlie Schluting [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I guess ...i'm a christian speaks for itself. On the behalf of Christian FreeBSD users everywhere: screw you. -- Kirk Strauser pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

RE: I want using FreeBSD, but...

2003-07-25 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
I am a Christian too. I go to church in the DFW area, and have friends in the Internet business that are also Christians using FreeBSD for their web servers, mail servers, etc. Nothing in the Bible says you cannot use FreeBSD. I use it for a web server and firewall, and I never see the Daemon

Re: I want using FreeBSD, but...

2003-07-25 Thread Paul Everlund
Kirk Strauser wrote: At 2003-07-25T14:33:09Z, Charlie Schluting [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I guess ...i'm a christian speaks for itself. On the behalf of Christian FreeBSD users everywhere: screw you. Isn't that a sin, to screw (anything other than screws)? Is it ok to be a Christian and

Re: I want using FreeBSD, but...

2003-07-25 Thread Kirk Strauser
At 2003-07-25T14:48:36Z, Paul Everlund [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Isn't that a sin, to screw (anything other than screws)? Is it ok to be a Christian and encourage sin? :-) I was politely requesting that the poster contort himself uncomfortably. Any implied meaning is in the mind of the reader.

[no subject]

2003-07-25 Thread Mica Telodico
Hi , I'm disperated I've recently installed FreeBSD 4.8 ,and all at the first look was ok , this was only a try in a small partition , and now I have decided to install it in a bigger partition , so I've downloaded the 5.1 ISO (to give it a try too) and I've tried to BURN it with burncd . Now,

Re: I want using FreeBSD, but...

2003-07-25 Thread Kevin Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P.
From: Kirk Strauser [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, July 25, 2003 9:34 AM Subject: Re: I want using FreeBSD, but... --- I suppose I might be offended by the comment, but: On the behalf of Christian FreeBSD users everywhere:

Re: I want using FreeBSD, but...

2003-07-25 Thread Paul Everlund
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am a Christian too. I go to church in the DFW area, and have friends in the Internet business that are also Christians using FreeBSD for their web servers, mail servers, etc. Nothing in the Bible says you cannot use FreeBSD. When the bible was written I don't think

Re: I want using FreeBSD, but...

2003-07-25 Thread Kirk Strauser
At 2003-07-25T14:53:36Z, Kevin Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P. [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: That's not *our* job... LOL! Good point. :) -- Kirk Strauser pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re:

2003-07-25 Thread Volker Kindermann
ACD0 is only the DVD , CD-RW (a Liteon 52x 24x 52x) isn't found at all!! Literally from DMESG: ata0-slave: ATA identify retries excedeed and sometimes it doesn't find my DVD too , with the message : ata1-slave: ATA identify retries excedeed so, I'm without CD and DVD :cry: What I

FreeBSD doesn't find my CD-RW and sometimes my DVD

2003-07-25 Thread Mica Telodico
--- Mica Telodico [EMAIL PROTECTED] ha scritto: Hi , I'm disperated I've recently installed FreeBSD 4.8 ,and all at the first look was ok , this was only a try in a small partition , and now I have decided to install it in a bigger partition , so I've downloaded the 5.1 ISO (to give it

Re: I want using FreeBSD, but...

2003-07-25 Thread Jerry McAllister
At 2003-07-25T14:33:09Z, Charlie Schluting [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I guess ...i'm a christian speaks for itself. On the behalf of Christian FreeBSD users everywhere: screw you. Kirk Strauser That is at least as ignorant and worthless a comment as the original poster who at least

Re: DMA limited to UDMA33, non-ATA66 cable or device

2003-07-25 Thread Lucas Holt
There might be another possibility... I ran into a problem once where Solaris would only allow me to use ATA33 on a Sis controller because the controller driver was unstable at ATA66 in solaris. Perhaps its down clocking so to speak. I also had a problem with a promise pci ide controller

Re: looking for a mp3 player.

2003-07-25 Thread Massimiliano Stucchi
On Fri, 25 Jul 2003 06:41:36 -0500 sweetleaf [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: looking for a good mp3 player with a nice gui and if possible a EQ. I was also looking for one that plays the other audio formats too like the vorbis and such. cd /usr/ports/multimedia/xmms make install clean then type

Re: I want using FreeBSD, but...

2003-07-25 Thread Jerry McAllister
At 2003-07-25T15:05:17Z, Jerry McAllister [EMAIL PROTECTED] write= s: That is at least as ignorant and worthless a comment as the original poster who at least was just asking a question... I don't follow. ...even if it was coming from ignorance and possibly a limited outlook.

Re: I want using FreeBSD, but...

2003-07-25 Thread Bob Collins
At 11:05 AM 7/25/2003, Jerry McAllister wrote: At 2003-07-25T14:33:09Z, Charlie Schluting [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I guess ...i'm a christian speaks for itself. On the behalf of Christian FreeBSD users everywhere: screw you. Kirk Strauser That is at least as ignorant and worthless a

Re: I want using FreeBSD, but...

2003-07-25 Thread Raphal Marmier
Le Vendredi, 25 juil 2003, 17:18 Europe/Zurich, Bob Collins a crit : At 11:05 AM 7/25/2003, Jerry McAllister wrote: At 2003-07-25T14:33:09Z, Charlie Schluting [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I guess ...i'm a christian speaks for itself. On the behalf of Christian FreeBSD users everywhere:

Sound Card ALi M5451

2003-07-25 Thread David Rio
Hi all: I am trying to configure my laptop (hp omnibook xt6200) with FBSD and I'm a bit stucked with the sound card: it is a ALi M5451. It seems that it is not supported (I am running 4.8-STABLE). I have found a patch on internet to get working this card (check:

o uid

2003-07-25 Thread Leonard Zettel
Nestled among the messages on startup I am getting something like the following: 0 uids: root # (which I expect) toor # (which I didn't) Is toor something to worry about? If not, any idea where it came from? -LenZ- ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Truncated ELF file was (holy war)

2003-07-25 Thread Bob Collins
At 11:32 AM 7/25/2003, Raphal Marmier wrote: Le Vendredi, 25 juil 2003, 17:18 Europe/Zurich, Bob Collins a crit : At 11:05 AM 7/25/2003, Jerry McAllister wrote: At 2003-07-25T14:33:09Z, Charlie Schluting [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I guess ...i'm a christian speaks for itself. On the

RE: o uid

2003-07-25 Thread Joshua Lokken
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Leonard Zettel Sent: Friday, July 25, 2003 8:38 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: o uid Nestled among the messages on startup I am getting something like the following: 0 uids: root # (which I

Re: o uid

2003-07-25 Thread Leonard Zettel
On Friday 25 July 2003 11:51, Joshua Lokken wrote: -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Leonard Zettel Sent: Friday, July 25, 2003 8:38 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: o uid Nestled among the messages on startup I am getting

Re: I want using FreeBSD, but...

2003-07-25 Thread Matthew Graybosch
On Friday 25 July 2003 05:54 am, Rissland, Thorsten wrote: ...i'm a christian. Why is the Logo of FreeBSD an devil What have an oparating System to do with the devil Lighten up. FreeBSD has nothing whatsoever to do with Ahriman, Hades, Lucifer Son of Morning, Nyarlathotep the

Re: I want using FreeBSD, but...

2003-07-25 Thread Matthew Graybosch
On Friday 25 July 2003 10:33 am, Charlie Schluting wrote: I thought this was a joke the first time I read it.. People are really this stupid? Wow. I guess ...i'm a christian speaks for itself. Never blame on stupidity something that can be attributed to ignorance. That said, it *is* a bit

Re: Dynamic Hostname Assignment

2003-07-25 Thread Kenneth Culver
hostname_start() { ip=`ifconfig xl0 | grep 'inet ' | awk '{print $2}'` # Set the host name if it is not already set # if [ -z `hostname -s` ]; then if [ $ip ]; then hostname=`host $ip | awk '{print $5}'`

Re: Dynamic Hostname Assignment

2003-07-25 Thread Kenneth Culver
Yes, my ISP's DHCP server should assign me a hostname. I assumed that's how it was done by dhclient on RedHat7.3/8/9 all of which just did this automatically whenever I selected DHCP configuration of the interface. I've been comparing FreeBSD 5.1's default dhclient-script to RedHat's trying

Re: I want using FreeBSD, but...

2003-07-25 Thread Kenneth Culver
Why is the Logo of FreeBSD an devil What have an oparating System to do with the devil Of course, there is something like daemon's (under Windows called services) but this is not the meaning of deamon!!! I think the meaning of daemon is d=disk a=and e=? (i don't know)

DVD/CD-RW not recognized (was: Re:)

2003-07-25 Thread Fierman
On Fri, 2003-07-25 at 15:03, Volker Kindermann wrote: ACD0 is only the DVD , CD-RW (a Liteon 52x 24x 52x) isn't found at all!! Literally from DMESG: ata0-slave: ATA identify retries excedeed and sometimes it doesn't find my DVD too , with the message : ata1-slave: ATA identify

Re: Bandwidth needed for DNS server?

2003-07-25 Thread george donnelly
[Dragoncrest wrote ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) on 7/25/03 12:06 AM] Hi again all. Looking to go into the next stage of our move to Linux by implementing an internal authoritative DNS server. why not move to FreeBSD instead? you're already posting to the freebsd-questions list. ;) (yes FreeBSD is not

What version of BSD should I use

2003-07-25 Thread Peter Rosa
Hello everybody, I have spent a lot of time on FreeBSD.org web pages, but I still can not find VERY SIMPLE answer for this question: what version of FreeBSD should I use ? I need system which is VERY STABLE, with as few possibilities to hack as possible (the best is absolutely closed :-) ),

Re: What version of BSD should I use

2003-07-25 Thread Kenneth Culver
I have spent a lot of time on FreeBSD.org web pages, but I still can not find VERY SIMPLE answer for this question: what version of FreeBSD should I use ? I need system which is VERY STABLE, with as few possibilities to hack as possible (the best is absolutely closed :-) ), running only

Re: What version of BSD should I use

2003-07-25 Thread Peter Rosa
Thanks for quick response. I have thought so, but I want to be sure. There is also 4.7. Do you think better to use 4.8 ? Peter Rosa - Original Message - From: Kenneth Culver [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Peter Rosa [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: freebsd-questions [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, July 25,

Re: What version of BSD should I use

2003-07-25 Thread Kenneth Culver
Thanks for quick response. I have thought so, but I want to be sure. There is also 4.7. Do you think better to use 4.8 ? It's best to use the latest 4.x Ken ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: Bandwidth needed for DNS server?

2003-07-25 Thread Lucas Holt
and don't forget not to use Bind. try tinydns or another small, fast, easy-to-administer and secure dns server. Use whatever DNS server you want. btw there is nothing wrong with bind. People find holes in software that is popular because they look more often. To use bind, you must buy a book

Re: What version of BSD should I use

2003-07-25 Thread Lucas Holt
FreeBSD 4.8 is very stable. 5.x has some problems. (its new) Sendmail works fine in FreeBSD 4.8. Named is considered insecure because people use it. If you pick another product to be safe, make sure no one uses it. Any suggestion on this list would be to popular to be safe. As I said in

Re: What version of BSD should I use

2003-07-25 Thread Kenneth Culver
Sendmail works fine in FreeBSD 4.8. Named is considered insecure because people use it. If you pick another product to be safe, make sure no one uses it. Any suggestion on this list would be to popular to be safe. As I said in my last email, people find holes in popular software more

RE: What version of BSD should I use

2003-07-25 Thread Joshua Lokken
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Peter Rosa Sent: Friday, July 25, 2003 9:30 AM To: freebsd-questions Subject: What version of BSD should I use Importance: High Hello everybody, I have spent a lot of time on FreeBSD.org web

udp packets dropping

2003-07-25 Thread Arie Kachler
Hello, I have a DNS server with a lot of traffic. After just a couple of minutes of resetting the netstat -s counters, I get the following output: 130670 datagrams received 0 with incomplete header 0 with bad data length field 1 with bad checksum 30 with

Re: Problem with periodically done scripts

2003-07-25 Thread Peter Rosa
Here is complete listing. Do you have any idea ? + echo Checking for uids of 0: Checking for uids of 0: + awk -F: $3==0 {print $1,$3} /etc/master.passwd + tee /dev/stderr root 0 toor 0 + sed -e /^root 0$/d -e /^toor 0$/d + wc -l + n= + [ -gt 0 -a -lt 1 ] [: 0: unexpected operator + echo Checking

Announce Broken Ports

2003-07-25 Thread Leonardo Lazarte
As seen in several messages to this and other lists, the PORTS mecanism has been broken. I have read about some patches and possible solutions, but I could not find an easy way to overcome the problem. Shouldn't it be announced clearly, on the FreeBSD site, that there is a problem with PORTS,

Re: What version of BSD should I use

2003-07-25 Thread Peter Rosa
Well, but what about djbdns ? Is it fully compatible with BIND ? I think it is, as you use it :-) I have never heard about it. And what should I do with my new book (900 pages about configuring this mega program) ? Peter Rosa ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Announce Broken Ports

2003-07-25 Thread Joshua Oreman
On Fri, Jul 25, 2003 at 02:00:07PM -0300 or thereabouts, Leonardo Lazarte wrote: As seen in several messages to this and other lists, the PORTS mecanism has been broken. It only seems so because of the dependency on pkg_info -O. I have read about some patches and possible solutions, but I

Re: What version of BSD should I use

2003-07-25 Thread Kirk Strauser
At 2003-07-25T17:06:50Z, Peter Rosa [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Well, but what about djbdns ? Decent program, but the license is awful. Is it fully compatible with BIND ? No, it is not. The configuration is not even remotely close, and the author refuses to support parts of the RFC that he

Re: What version of BSD should I use

2003-07-25 Thread Kirk Strauser
At 2003-07-25T16:54:22Z, Kenneth Culver [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: It's a big program with lots of past exploits, and new ones being discovered very often. No comment about old versions. Do you think that BIND 9 is as bad? -- Kirk Strauser pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Newbie...

2003-07-25 Thread Bob Bomar
On Thu, Jul 24, 2003 at 04:45:22PM -0400, Robert wrote: 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

Writing to parallel port

2003-07-25 Thread Mark
Hello, Has anyone an idea how to set/unset a bit on a parallel port in freebsd 4.7? I installed Device::ParallelPort from CPAN (Perl 5.8.0), but that does nothing (seems made for linux). Or if someone could point me to a little c-source, that would be helpful too; all I need is to toggle a bit

RE: Announce Broken Ports

2003-07-25 Thread Joshua Lokken
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Leonardo Lazarte Sent: Friday, July 25, 2003 10:00 AM To: freebsd-questions Subject: Announce Broken Ports As seen in several messages to this and other lists, the PORTS mecanism has been

Re: What version of BSD should I use

2003-07-25 Thread Anti
On Fri, 25 Jul 2003 19:06:50 +0200 Peter Rosa [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Well, but what about djbdns ? Is it fully compatible with BIND ? I think it is, as you use it :-) I have never heard about it. no, try powerdns instead :) ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Bandwidth needed for DNS server?

2003-07-25 Thread george donnelly
[Lucas Holt wrote ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) on 7/25/03 11:45 AM] Use whatever DNS server you want. btw there is nothing wrong with bind. People find holes in software that is popular because they look more often. To use bind, you must buy a book though... their documentation sucks. Have you

Re: Is it possible to read BIOS setting?

2003-07-25 Thread Pranav A. Desai
Hi! We are into web caching and we have tried hardware raid. It is reliable but it doesnt seem to be feasible option in terms of performance and cost and software raid is a joke when it comes to realiability. I know it sounds a bit too much, but this is how I was planning to do it. Say the

Re: Writing to parallel port

2003-07-25 Thread Daan Vreeken [PA4DAN]
On Friday 25 July 2003 19:22, Mark wrote: Hello, Has anyone an idea how to set/unset a bit on a parallel port in freebsd 4.7? I installed Device::ParallelPort from CPAN (Perl 5.8.0), but that does nothing (seems made for linux). Or if someone could point me to a little c-source, that would

Re: make depend fails, cc1: no such file

2003-07-25 Thread Stephen G Smith
On Tue, 2003-07-22 at 14:40, Jez Hancock wrote: On Tue, Jul 22, 2003 at 02:15:48PM -0400, Stephen G Smith wrote: On Tue, 2003-07-22 at 13:53, Jez Hancock wrote: Have you installed the kernel developer package (iirc, don't have cd to hand :)? Which kernel developer package would this

Re: What version of BSD should I use

2003-07-25 Thread Kenneth Culver
Well, but what about djbdns ? Is it fully compatible with BIND ? I think it is, as you use it :-) I have never heard about it. It's complient with whatever standards there are governing DNS. And it works very well for me. Ken ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: What version of BSD should I use

2003-07-25 Thread Kenneth Culver
Well, but what about djbdns ? Decent program, but the license is awful. yeah, the licence is wierd. Is it fully compatible with BIND ? No, it is not. The configuration is not even remotely close, and the author refuses to support parts of the RFC that he feels to be problematic. It

vinum root problem - missing unit number

2003-07-25 Thread Steve Shorter
Howdy! I am setting up a fileserver using two completely mirrored disks using vinum. I am using vinum on the root partition. I booted from a third disk and setup the vinum volumes and mounted them under /mnt, then just did make installworld DESTDIR=/mnt Everything was

Re: What version of BSD should I use

2003-07-25 Thread David Benfell
On Fri, 25 Jul 2003 19:06:50 +0200, Peter Rosa wrote: Well, but what about djbdns ? Is it fully compatible with BIND ? I think it is, as you use it :-) I have never heard about it. djbdns does two things which may be of interest to you: 1) It is a secure, rock-solid alternative to BIND,

Re: What version of BSD should I use

2003-07-25 Thread Kenneth Culver
Well, but what about djbdns ? Is it fully compatible with BIND ? I think it is, as you use it :-) I have never heard about it. no, try powerdns instead :) Depends on what he means by compatible. I took this to mean will it communicate with bind servers and the answer is yes it can be

Re: Dynamic Hostname Assignment

2003-07-25 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Kenneth Culver [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Like I said before, you might want to look around in redhat's dhcp scripts. If I understand correctly, dhclient calls a script that does the actual ifconfig, etc... FreeBSD's probably doesn't use set the hostname from the script, while redhat does.

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2003-07-25 Thread Per Nilsson
Hi.. My name is Per, and I have a problem. I wanna use my p3 2,4 as workstation running under FreeBSD 5.1, but I cant get my videocard working.. The card type is : ATI radeon 9700 TX I was wondering if the 5.1 release do not support it, or if i have done something wrong.. please help!! // Per

Re: What version of BSD should I use

2003-07-25 Thread Lucas Holt
When I posted earlier, I was referring to bind 9. It is a complete rewrite.. bind 4 was terrible. As for sendmail, from my understanding the biggest problem in the past was that the entire thing ran as root. Didn't they setup the delivery agent in 8.12 to run as a different user with lower

Re: What version of BSD should I use

2003-07-25 Thread Peter Rosa
And what should I do with my new book (900 pages about configuring this mega program) ? 900 pages about configuring which mega program? Of course, it is about sendmail. Peter Rosa ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: Virus Scanners

2003-07-25 Thread Jeremy Gaddis
On Fri, 2003-07-25 at 06:38, Johan Paul wrote: It just seems that I don't have that file and the latest version in ports for FreeBSD 4.8 of clamav is 0.54. Damn. Any ideas how I can install version 0.60 the smartest way on my 4.8 box? :) cvsup your ports tree and install it? j. -- Jeremy

Re: What version of BSD should I use

2003-07-25 Thread Lucas Holt
lol. Sendmail configuration is terrible. Some days i dream of a mail server that integrates smtp, pop and imap into one server that is easy to configure with built in spam filtering. (oh and it has to work). Then I realize I'm stuck with 6 different programs to handle essentially 1 service

Re: trouble installing

2003-07-25 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Ted Unangst [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I tried to install FreeBSD 5.1 today, and ran into several issues. Please bear in mind that it is a bleeding-edge release. http://www.freebsd.org/releases/5.1R/early-adopter.html 1. why do i need to create a swap partition? (i can deal with it, just a

Re: Dynamic Hostname Assignment

2003-07-25 Thread Kenneth Culver
The standard dhclient-script sets the hostname. At least, it sure *looks* like it does... [line 97 of src/contrib/isc-dhcp/client/scripts/freebsd,v 1.9.2.6] OK, yeah, it does, so there must be some other configuration that needs to be done. Ken ___

Re: problems do configure monitor in my notebook

2003-07-25 Thread Lowell Gilbert
EDISON PIGNATON DE FREITAS [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: XF86Config, and after in text mode with the vi. I think that the problem is with the is the configuration of the monitor, in the horizsync and vertRefresh parameters I tryed many confs that I found in the internet... h: You need to use

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