Re: Fragments of kernel log text in security run message

2003-08-18 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Mon, Aug 18, 2003 at 12:50:19AM -0500, Dan Nelson wrote: I get this as well on RELENG_4...I wish I knew why. Often it causes syslogd to log it at LOG_EMERG priority (=spams every logged in user with the truncated message). I think this happens after the kernel's message buffer starts

Re: buildkernel errs: aicasm_scan.c gives signal 5 error

2003-08-18 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Sun, Aug 17, 2003 at 10:56:51PM -0700, Dave Banning wrote: I cvsuped last evening and tried to buildkernel and got this error; cc -O -pipe -nostdinc -I/usr/include -I. -I/usr/src/sys/dev/aic7xxx/aicasm -D__FBSDID=__RCSID -c aicasm_scan.c {standard input}: cc: Internal compiler error:

Re: buildkernel errs: aicasm_scan.c gives signal 5 error

2003-08-18 Thread Dave Banning
--- Kris Kennaway [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sun, Aug 17, 2003 at 10:56:51PM -0700, Dave Banning wrote: I cvsuped last evening and tried to buildkernel and got this error; cc -O -pipe -nostdinc -I/usr/include -I. -I/usr/src/sys/dev/aic7xxx/aicasm -D__FBSDID=__RCSID -c

Re: SAMBA 2.2.8a, FBSD 4.8 Release Win2K Remote Print Issues

2003-08-18 Thread Konrad Heuer
On Sun, 17 Aug 2003, RA Cohen wrote: I trust this is the correct list for this post. I have been wrestling literally for days with SAMBA/Win2K remote printing. Here is the architecture: qty 1- FBSD SAMBA Server PDC qty 2- Network printers (an HP LJ2100 with Built-in net card, and a Canon

Re: buildkernel errs: aicasm_scan.c gives signal 5 error

2003-08-18 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Sun, Aug 17, 2003 at 11:30:29PM -0700, Dave Banning wrote: but I took the hard drive out of this box and put it in another. I got -exactly- the same errors. If it -is- hardware, that only leaves the hard drive. Replace the HD then, and see if the problem goes away. Kris pgp0.pgp

/dev/dsp inaccessible

2003-08-18 Thread epilogue
To my knowledge, fluxbox does not have a default sound server. It is only a window manager, not a full desktop environment like Gnome or KDE. Sound card: pcm0: ESS Technology Maestro-2E at I/O port 0x1400 irq 5 (4p/0r/0v channels duplex) On Sun, 17 Aug 2003 20:51:54 -0700 Mike

Fatal trap12 ??????????????

2003-08-18 Thread Sir Keneth de Ilmiora
Hello, I am trying to install FreeBSD 4.8 on my computer and everything goes fine until I try to boot for first time and the next message comes up just after loading the kernel: Fatal trap12: page ffault while in kernel mode fault virtual adress = 0xfff fault code = supervisor read,

Re: /dev/dsp inaccessible

2003-08-18 Thread Tiarnan O'Corrain
Hello, try recompiling your kernel with options PCI_ENABLE_IO_MODES set. This sorted out my problems with that card. Hope this helps Tiarnan ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To

Re: /dev/dsp inaccessible

2003-08-18 Thread Tiarnan O'Corrain
Hi, apologies for replying to my own message, but an additional point... turn off PNPBIOS, and make sure that your BIOS is set to non PNP operating system. T ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions

adding NIS users and create homedir

2003-08-18 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hi ! I'm trying to add NIS users using the following command: pw -V /var/yp/src/nisdomain useradd -n username -u 15001,2 -i 15001,2 - -w no -c Real Name -d /home/username -m -s /bin/sh It works well except that the user's home directory

Re: Fragments of kernel log text in security run message

2003-08-18 Thread Roman Neuhauser
# [EMAIL PROTECTED] / 2003-08-17 23:01:54 -0700: On Mon, Aug 18, 2003 at 12:50:19AM -0500, Dan Nelson wrote: I get this as well on RELENG_4...I wish I knew why. Often it causes syslogd to log it at LOG_EMERG priority (=spams every logged in user with the truncated message). I

How create /dev/apm* ???

2003-08-18 Thread Armand Passelac
Hi, I have installed a FreeBSD 5.1 on my Laptop (Compaq Armada E500). I have a problem with the power management : - I can't use the ACPI module : the kernel can't be loaded. OK no problem ! As I saw within many FAQs, it's normal (it depends on the type of the laptop). - I would like to use APM

Re: /dev/dsp inaccessible

2003-08-18 Thread Mike Maltese
Hmm, I don't know anything about fluxbox other than what it is, I've always run KDE or Gnome. I'm not sure you necessarily need one. I used mpg123 to play mp3's on a server once just for kicks, and I didn't have to have any kind of extra sound system. The documentation from the programs you want

How to structure a port with plugins

2003-08-18 Thread Sam Lawrance
Hi all, (please cc replies to me) I'm writing a port for multisync. Included in the source tarball are a bunch of plugins for synchronising with various devices and programs. Not everbody is going to want them all. There's no existing mechanism to automatically build some or all of the

Re: adding NIS users and create homedir

2003-08-18 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Aug 18, 2003 at 01:01:39PM +0200, Antoine Jacoutot wrote: Hi ! I'm trying to add NIS users using the following command: pw -V /var/yp/src/nisdomain useradd -n username -u 15001,2 -i 15001,2 -w no -c Real Name -d /home/username -m -s /bin/sh It works well except that the

Re: adding NIS users and create homedir

2003-08-18 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Monday 18 August 2003 14:27, Matthew Seaman wrote: Personally, when this was a concern for me, I wrote a wrapper script that created the account and then built the home directory. :) this is what I am doing right now... Thanks for the feedback.

FBSD 4.8 - SAMBA - Win2K - Remote Printing Issues CORRECTED

2003-08-18 Thread RA Cohen
Sorry, folks, somehow my smb.conf was omitted from last night's post here it is again but corrected: Hello, list -- I trust this is the correct list for this post. I have been wrestling literally for days with SAMBA/Win2K remote printing. Here is the architecture: qty 1- FBSD SAMBA Server PDC

ncplib port build

2003-08-18 Thread Malcolm Kay
I have a problem building ncplib. This is isn the ports as distributed with FreeBSD 4.8. The reported error is: -- /usr/share/mk/bsd.libnames.mk, line 8: bsd.libnames.mk cannot be included

Re: freebsd iso

2003-08-18 Thread Jerry McAllister
i386. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of bob door Sent: Sunday, August 17, 2003 8:21 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: freebsd iso what iso do i download for a i686 processor? Either the i386 mini-iso if you want to load

Re: dynamic IPSEC: Holy grail sighted

2003-08-18 Thread The Anarcat
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 I don't some of the attachments you intended to send (raccoon.conf? perl script?) didn't get through the list. I would be very interested to read those, if you don't mind sharing them... Thanks, A. - -- Advertisers, not governments, are the

SSH login chroot'd to home dir problem

2003-08-18 Thread Jason Lieurance
Hello, I have a FreeBSD 4.7 webserver and need some of the website owners to be chroot'd to their home dir when they login in with winscp. I've tried the openssh chroot patch 3.6 I believe to no avail. It always logs in anyone to the system root. Please help, I've been messing with this for

Removing default installed BIND

2003-08-18 Thread Jacob Vennervald Madsen
Hi I have a FreeBSD 4.8 box which I want to setup as a DNS server. By default BIND8 is installed but I want to use BIND9. How do I remove the old BIND version? It doesn't seem to be a package. -- Venlig hilsen / Best regards, Jacob Vennervald System Developer Proventum Solutions ApS Tuborg

Re: Removing default installed BIND

2003-08-18 Thread Daniel Bye
On Mon, Aug 18, 2003 at 04:25:00PM +0200, Jacob Vennervald Madsen wrote: Hi I have a FreeBSD 4.8 box which I want to setup as a DNS server. By default BIND8 is installed but I want to use BIND9. How do I remove the old BIND version? The easiest thing to do is install BIND9 from the ports,

automounter (amd) best practices question

2003-08-18 Thread Tom Parquette
I have amd running, after I figured out I had been misunderstanding the man pages, but I have some questions. I'm looking for some best practices insights. I looked for a howto and searched the questions archive but I didn't turn up what I was looking for. 1) I would like to remove /usr/src,

Re: Removing default installed BIND

2003-08-18 Thread Jacob Vennervald Madsen
Is BIND9 not stable since BIND8 is the default? On Mon, 2003-08-18 at 16:43, Daniel Bye wrote: On Mon, Aug 18, 2003 at 04:25:00PM +0200, Jacob Vennervald Madsen wrote: Hi I have a FreeBSD 4.8 box which I want to setup as a DNS server. By default BIND8 is installed but I want to use

Re: Removing default installed BIND

2003-08-18 Thread Daniel Bye
On Mon, Aug 18, 2003 at 04:51:01PM +0200, Jacob Vennervald Madsen wrote: Is BIND9 not stable since BIND8 is the default? I seem to recall some discussion about why 8 is in the base system and not 9 on this list some time ago. As far as I remember, the default is still version 8 because it would

Re: Removing default installed BIND

2003-08-18 Thread Markie
I posted a message a while back, you can actually use the Makefile flag -DPORT_REPLACES_BASE_BIND9 to overwrite the base system bind8 :) There's similar flags for OpenSSH and OpenSSL aswell. No portupgrade (unsure, not had to install things without portupgrade for a long while): # make

Re: dynamic IPSEC: Holy grail sighted

2003-08-18 Thread Christian Kratzer
Hi, On Mon, 18 Aug 2003, The Anarcat wrote: I don't some of the attachments you intended to send (raccoon.conf? perl script?) didn't get through the list. I would be very interested to read those, if you don't mind sharing them... we run following scripts 1. run lookup-peers.sh from cron

RE: RE: [JunkMail] IPF DHCP request

2003-08-18 Thread Charlie Schluting
On Mon, 18 Aug 2003, geek wrote: i read it already, but i have a problem with it # # Allow bootp traffic in from your ISP's DHCP server only. # pass in quick on

Installing webmin 1.100

2003-08-18 Thread dhunt
I tried to install webmin by the instructions and ended up with a no-go on it. Would you be so kind as to walk through, step by step, installing a tar.gz? converted it into a tar easy enough but this is where the instructions break down, I think Thanks

Re: Removing default installed BIND

2003-08-18 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Aug 18, 2003 at 03:56:12PM +0100, Daniel Bye wrote: On Mon, Aug 18, 2003 at 04:51:01PM +0200, Jacob Vennervald Madsen wrote: Is BIND9 not stable since BIND8 is the default? I seem to recall some discussion about why 8 is in the base system and not 9 on this list some time ago. As

Re: Installing webmin 1.100

2003-08-18 Thread Charlie Schluting
On Tue, 19 Aug 2003 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I tried to install webmin by the instructions and ended up with a no-go on it. Would you be so kind as to walk through, step by step, installing a tar.gz? converted it into a tar easy enough but this is where the instructions break down, I

Re: Java and Netscape 7.1?

2003-08-18 Thread Alden Louis-Pierre
This link might be useful. http://www.onlamp.com/pub/a/bsd/2002/09/05/FreeBSD_Basics.html ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

LSILogic MegaRAID megamonitor under FreeBSD 5.1

2003-08-18 Thread Lasse Laursen
Hi all, We have a FreeBSD 5.1 server with a LSILogic MegaRAID controller. amr0: LSILogic MegaRAID mem 0xecc0-0xecff irq 7 at device 5.1 on pci1 amr0: Series 466 Firmware GH67, BIOS 1.42, 16MB RAM The controller is attached to two SCSI disks and the RAID is RAID 1. I have looked for

Re: Removing default installed BIND

2003-08-18 Thread Jacob Vennervald Madsen
Thanks a lot for the help everybody. Jacob On Mon, 2003-08-18 at 16:25, Jacob Vennervald Madsen wrote: Hi I have a FreeBSD 4.8 box which I want to setup as a DNS server. By default BIND8 is installed but I want to use BIND9. How do I remove the old BIND version? It doesn't seem to be a

Re: mouse with scroll....

2003-08-18 Thread Shantanu Mahajan
+-- Denis [freebsd] [17-08-03 03:31 +0400]: | Hi All!!! | | Does anybody know how in freebsd use mouse with 3 button and one | scroll? | | -- | Best regards, Denis | [EMAIL PROTECTED] here's my corresponding section Section InputDevice Identifier Mouse0

make options for ports

2003-08-18 Thread Kevin Stevens
I'm struggling with an issue in trying to compile ports. The specific one is the imap-uw port, but it's a more general question. I need to be able to download and expand the distribution file, then to perform some source code modifications, and then compile and install the port. It seems that

/dev/dsp inaccessible

2003-08-18 Thread otzinger
Hello Tiarnan, Thanks for your input. I had already turned off the PNPBIOS option. I tried your suggestion of recompiling with: options PCI_ENABLE_IO_MODES Judging by dmesg, it made no difference. It also did not allow any of the software to access /dev/dsp. Same error messages

/dev/dsp inaccessible

2003-08-18 Thread epilogue
Hello Tiarnan, Thanks for your input. I had already turned off the PNPBIOS option. I tried your suggestion of recompiling with: options PCI_ENABLE_IO_MODES Judging by dmesg, it made no difference. It also did not allow any of the software to access /dev/dsp. Same error messages

Live CD Mounting file systems

2003-08-18 Thread irdgtom . thompson
Hello all, I am trying to build a FreeBSD 5.1-RELEASE-i386 based live cd and I am having trouble getting the filesystems mounted. The kernel boots but then tells me that it cannot find the root file system. From what I have read it appears that I need to make a memory filesystem to load part

Hardware testing tool (off-topic)

2003-08-18 Thread Pranav A. Desai
Hi! Sorry for asking an off-topic question, but I am kind of in a tight situation. Does anyone know of a hardware testing tool that can be booted of a floppy or a CD and do some basic hardware checks on the CPU, Memory and Hard drives and see if they are not faulty. Any OS would do ? Thanks

RE: RE: RE: [JunkMail] IPF DHCP request

2003-08-18 Thread geek
That's not the point, the dhcp works, what doesnt work is the ipf.rules (don't let the DHCP work), and i dont have internet anyway, my question was in this line: # # Allow bootp traffic in from your ISP's DHCP server only.

compiling on 4.4

2003-08-18 Thread Joe Smith
I'm trying to compile gdal 1.1.9 (www.remotesensing.org/gdal/) on FreeBSD 4.4. I get this: make: no target to make. There is no Makefile file, but there is a GNUmakefile. It's just not sensing it I guess. I don't think the GNU compiler was installed on the system from the start, so I

Cups / Mozilla printing issues.

2003-08-18 Thread Lewis Thompson
Hi, I'm not sure if this isn't a bit off-topic but I hope somebody might know the answer anyway. I'm running 5.1-R and I've cups-lpr (and all the other necessary stuff installed). When I print from mozilla-firebird (mozilla-gtk2 it uses, afaik) it does actually work but it's printing is in

Cups / Mozilla printing issues.

2003-08-18 Thread Lewis Thompson
Hi, I'm not sure if this isn't a bit off-topic but I hope somebody might know the answer anyway. I'm running 5.1-R and I've cups-lpr (and all the other necessary stuff installed). When I print from mozilla-firebird (mozilla-gtk2 it uses, afaik) it does actually work but it's printing is in

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2003-08-18 Thread David Banning
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upgrading from 4.0 to 4.8

2003-08-18 Thread David Banning
I am wondering about upgrading from 4.0 to 4.8. I did a cvsup and then I did make world I get errors. It seems to me that you have to upgrade in stages. It this so? If so, what stages should I do it in? ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Make world question

2003-08-18 Thread Charles Howse
Hi, I haven't done this before, and even though I have FreeBSD Unleashed, and have read several articles from bsdvault.net and the relevant section of the handbook, I still have a simple question. I want to stay at a 'production' version of FreeBSD. I'm currently running 4.8-RELEASE, which I

Install of 4.8 hangs after recognising harddrives

2003-08-18 Thread Ville Lundberg
Hi, trying to install FreeBSD 4.8-release from cdrom media. I can boot from the cd, and go to the graphic kernel configuration. After editing the kernel conf, I save my changes and continue with the install. The probing starts fine, but when reaching the recognising of the harddrives it hangs

Re: [JunkMail] RE: RE: [JunkMail] IPF DHCP request

2003-08-18 Thread Mark Woodson
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Sunday 17 August 2003 05:05 pm, geek wrote: i read it already, but i have a problem with it # # Allow bootp traffic in from your ISP's DHCP server only.

Accepting new commiters

2003-08-18 Thread Martin Matuska
Hello, I am writing a master thesis about open source development processes and one of my analysis objects are processes of the FreeBSD project. The FreeBSD documentation (handbook, articles) is a great source of information, but there are some points missing in the documentation I consider

Re: make options for ports

2003-08-18 Thread Erik Trulsson
On Mon, Aug 18, 2003 at 10:38:46AM -0700, Kevin Stevens wrote: I'm struggling with an issue in trying to compile ports. The specific one is the imap-uw port, but it's a more general question. I need to be able to download and expand the distribution file, then to perform some source code

Re: compiling on 4.4

2003-08-18 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Aug 18, 2003 at 01:30:15PM -0400, Joe Smith wrote: I'm trying to compile gdal 1.1.9 (www.remotesensing.org/gdal/) on FreeBSD 4.4. I get this: make: no target to make. There is no Makefile file, but there is a GNUmakefile. It's just not sensing it I guess. I don't think the GNU

Re: make options for ports

2003-08-18 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Mon, 18 Aug 2003, Erik Trulsson wrote: On Mon, Aug 18, 2003 at 10:38:46AM -0700, Kevin Stevens wrote: I'm struggling with an issue in trying to compile ports. The specific one is the imap-uw port, but it's a more general question. I need to be able to download and expand the

Re: make options for ports

2003-08-18 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Mon, Aug 18, 2003 at 01:19:52PM -0700, Kevin Stevens wrote: Thanks! The 'make patch' target is what I was missing, I was blowing past that with an initial 'make', and then getting stuck in various 'deinstall; reinstall' loops. I'll post back if I have further problems, but I suspect this

Re: upgrading from 4.0 to 4.8

2003-08-18 Thread Adam McLaurin
On Mon, 2003-08-18 at 14:48, David Banning wrote: I am wondering about upgrading from 4.0 to 4.8. I did a cvsup and then I did make world I get errors. It seems to me that you have to upgrade in stages. It this so? If so, what stages should I do it in? From 4.0, I'd first update to 4.3, then

Re: make options for ports

2003-08-18 Thread Jez Hancock
On Mon, Aug 18, 2003 at 10:38:46AM -0700, Kevin Stevens wrote: I'm struggling with an issue in trying to compile ports. The specific one is the imap-uw port, but it's a more general question. I need to be able to download and expand the distribution file, then to perform some source code

Update ports review process

2003-08-18 Thread geek
# cd /usr/ports # make index this should be done 2,3 times by month!? and then always i want to update a port: # cvsup ports-file (i need to cvsup alway i want to update a port right?) and then # portupgrade PORTNAME is this correct ? ___ [EMAIL

Re: make options for ports

2003-08-18 Thread Erik Trulsson
On Mon, Aug 18, 2003 at 01:23:21PM -0700, Kris Kennaway wrote: On Mon, Aug 18, 2003 at 01:19:52PM -0700, Kevin Stevens wrote: Thanks! The 'make patch' target is what I was missing, I was blowing past that with an initial 'make', and then getting stuck in various 'deinstall; reinstall'

Re: Make world question

2003-08-18 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Aug 18, 2003 at 01:53:55PM -0500, Charles Howse wrote: Hi, I haven't done this before, and even though I have FreeBSD Unleashed, and have read several articles from bsdvault.net and the relevant section of the handbook, I still have a simple question. I want to stay at a

Re: dynamic IPSEC: Holy grail sighted

2003-08-18 Thread Kent Hauser
Sorry about the attachments. I did a repost on -questions immed after orig posting which includes attachments. Kent I don't some of the attachments you intended to send (raccoon.conf? perl script?) didn't get through the list. I would be very interested to read those, if you don't mind

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2003-08-18 Thread Ken Copling
hello i bought freebsd desktop edition and it didnt reconize my graphics card so now i need to know what would be a powerful graphics card to install on my system that it will reconize ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: New laptop install via wireless just isn't working

2003-08-18 Thread Kirk Strauser
Noone's installed FreeBSD on a laptop via a PCMCIA wlan card? At this point, I'd even settle for it's possible, but not on *your* hardware. -- Kirk Strauser pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Accepting new commiters

2003-08-18 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Mon, Aug 18, 2003 at 09:26:31PM +0200, Martin Matuska wrote: Hello, I am writing a master thesis about open source development processes and one of my analysis objects are processes of the FreeBSD project. The FreeBSD documentation (handbook, articles) is a great source of

RE: Make world question

2003-08-18 Thread Charles Howse
*default host=cvsup11.FreeBSD.org *default base=/usr *default prefix=/usr *default release=cvs *default tag=RELENG_4 RELENG_4 gets you 4.8-STABLE. From what you say above, you probably want RELENG_4_8 which gets you 4.8-RELEASE-p3 at the moment. Thanks for a very informative

Re: Make world question

2003-08-18 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Aug 18, 2003 at 04:10:58PM -0500, Charles Howse wrote: *default host=cvsup11.FreeBSD.org *default base=/usr *default prefix=/usr *default release=cvs *default tag=RELENG_4 RELENG_4 gets you 4.8-STABLE. From what you say above, you probably want RELENG_4_8 which

server type

2003-08-18 Thread RYAN vAN GINNEKEN
can i run free bsd on a Sun Sparc Server 1000 or what type of server do i have to purchase i do not want a i386 platform but unfortunalty that is all i know about. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

RE: Update ports review process

2003-08-18 Thread geek
My problem is fixed! thanks! ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Question about freebsd.org

2003-08-18 Thread Dan
I emailed you some time ago regarding our site and am wondering if you had time to get to it. My question was regarding your mention of alldomains.com on your page http://www.freebsd.org/gallery/cgallery.html and whether your visitors would also like our site, www.Cheap-DomainRegistration.com .

Re: mail dublicate

2003-08-18 Thread Joan Picanyol
* Ivailo Tanusheff [EMAIL PROTECTED] [20030811 13:14]: How may I achieve this with qmail? RTFM http://cr.yp.to/qmail/faq/admin.html#copies qvb -- pica ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To

Re: Problem installing 5.1-relase on machine with SCSI and SX6000

2003-08-18 Thread csmith
Snipped The system features 9 disks altogether. Three of them connected to a LSI 53c8xx SCSI controller (dont actually remember the two last digits, but I beleive it to be of little relevance, I will find out if necessary) and the other six are connected to a Promise SX6000 card. The Promise

Kernel Compile Errors

2003-08-18 Thread Thomas Smith
Environment: FreeBSD 4.8 Situation: I setup this server last week and recompiled the kernel to remove unecassary hardware and feature support. That worked without a hitch. I installed a few other apps (Pine, Vim 6, Squid, and Dans Guardian (Dans was compiled from their source--not from a port).

troubleshooting with SafeWay network drivers

2003-08-18 Thread hGPG GPG
j'ai installer FreeBSD 5.1 sur une machine PII 300 MHz qui dispose d'une carte réseau de marque SafeWay (chip us_bc001). inclus avec ce mail, le drivers (.c et .h) et l'expliquations fournie par le SafeWay (qui ne correspond a rien). pouvez-vous m'aider a resoudre ce problême, a faire

Re: [JunkMail] IPF DHCP request

2003-08-18 Thread Lowell Gilbert
geek [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: That's not the point, the dhcp works, what doesnt work is the ipf.rules (don't let the DHCP work), and i dont have internet anyway, my question was in this line: # # Allow bootp traffic in from

Re: Cups / Mozilla printing issues.

2003-08-18 Thread Rob Lahaye
Lewis, A few weeks ago, there was a troublesome version of ghostscript-gnu in the ports, which corrupted my output as you describe (I have an HP laser printer). I think it was version 7.07_1; I had to downgrade to 7.05 for getting rid of the problem. The latest port has solved the problem. So

Re: RE: RE: [JunkMail] IPF DHCP request

2003-08-18 Thread Mike Maltese
x.x.x.x/32 isn't supposed to be your IP, it's your ISP's DHCP server address. Find that out from your ISP and insert it there. What I did was set it to from any to any, then checked dhclient.leases to find out what server was giving my my information. - Original Message - From: geek

Linux compatibility VMWARE GSX 2.5

2003-08-18 Thread easlyneanar lorennan
I'm trying to install Vmare GSX 2.5 under FreeBSD 4.8 with the linux compatibility @@@ This is the output of the vmware-installer.pl original (see vmware-installer.pl in attach) @@@ Output after running here:

Re: upgrading from 4.0 to 4.8

2003-08-18 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Mon, Aug 18, 2003 at 04:23:24PM -0400, Adam McLaurin wrote: On Mon, 2003-08-18 at 14:48, David Banning wrote: I am wondering about upgrading from 4.0 to 4.8. I did a cvsup and then I did make world I get errors. It seems to me that you have to upgrade in stages. It this so? If so, what

Re: Kernel Compile Errors

2003-08-18 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Mon, Aug 18, 2003 at 02:52:32PM -0700, Thomas Smith wrote: Everytime I try this it fails. The only difference between CUSTOM and GENERIC are the options and devices I removed and the firewall options I added. However, if I try to build GENERIC it also fails now. The errors in the

asus a7m-266d freezes after put under load (SMP KERNEL)

2003-08-18 Thread Ray Hicks
I am running FreeBSD 5.1-RELEASE P#7 with and SMP kernel and the box seems to hang as soon as it is under load for about 2 minutes. I dont get any log or panic signal and the debug.log is empty as well. I cvsup my sources but I cannot build as the machine will halt about 2 minutes into

Ports vs. Packages

2003-08-18 Thread Charles Howse
I'm confused ( which is not an uncommon occurrence ), let's say I know I don't need to edit the source code of any of the additional software that I plan to install, but I want the latest version. Should I install from ports or sysistall/packages/FTP? I just installed Midnight Commander from

Re: Installing webmin 1.100

2003-08-18 Thread dhunt
- Original Message - From: Konrad Neitzel [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, August 18, 2003 9:35 AM Subject: Re: Installing webmin 1.100 On Tue, 19 Aug 2003 09:15:21 -0600, dhunt wrote I tried to install webmin by the instructions and ended

Re: Ports vs. Packages

2003-08-18 Thread Adam McLaurin
On Mon, 2003-08-18 at 19:14, Charles Howse wrote: I'm confused ( which is not an uncommon occurrence ), let's say I know I don't need to edit the source code of any of the additional software that I plan to install, but I want the latest version. Should I install from ports or

RE: Ports vs. Packages

2003-08-18 Thread Charles Howse
Neither. I'd recommend installing sysutils/portupgrade and using the portinstall option to fetch install packages (so you always get the latest version). Check the -P and -PP options to portinstall. Note that doing this will require you to have an updated ports tree. You'll need to cvsup

Re: Ports vs. Packages

2003-08-18 Thread Mykroft Holmes IV
Charles Howse wrote: I'm confused ( which is not an uncommon occurrence ), let's say I know I don't need to edit the source code of any of the additional software that I plan to install, but I want the latest version. Should I install from ports or sysistall/packages/FTP? I just installed

RE: Ports vs. Packages

2003-08-18 Thread Adam McLaurin
On Mon, 2003-08-18 at 19:25, Charles Howse wrote: Will doing it that way require all the compiling? No, packages are pre-compiled. Note that you'll sometimes have to wait a little longer to get the updated packages, since the maintainer has to submit a compiled binary, but doesn't always do

RE: Ports vs. Packages

2003-08-18 Thread Charles Howse
Will doing it that way require all the compiling? No, packages are pre-compiled. Note that you'll sometimes have to wait a little longer to get the updated packages, since the maintainer has to submit a compiled binary, but doesn't always do so immediately after a port is updated.

Re: Ports vs. Packages

2003-08-18 Thread Mark Woodson
On Monday 18 August 2003 04:25 pm, Charles Howse wrote: Neither. I'd recommend installing sysutils/portupgrade and using the portinstall option to fetch install packages (so you always get the latest version). Check the -P and -PP options to portinstall. Note that doing this will

Cups / Mozilla printing issues.

2003-08-18 Thread Lewis Thompson
Hi, I'm not sure if this isn't a bit off-topic but I hope somebody might know the answer anyway. I'm running 5.1-R and I've cups-lpr (and all the other necessary stuff installed). When I print from mozilla-firebird (mozilla-gtk2 it uses, afaik) it does actually work but it's printing is in

Re: mouse with scroll....

2003-08-18 Thread Lewis Thompson
On Sun, Aug 17, 2003 at 03:31:40AM +0400, Denis wrote: Does anybody know how in freebsd use mouse with 3 button and one scroll? There's a section in the FreeBSD Handbook that covers this. There was a also a thread recently on this mailing list concerning moused not working with scrolling.

RE: Ports vs. Packages

2003-08-18 Thread Charles Howse
Packages are nice for the speed you can install them with, but can be much harder to deal with the dependencies unless you use something like portupgrade (which is much more useful after you've got what you want installed and want to keep it all up to date). Well, that begs the question,

Re: Cups / Mozilla printing issues.

2003-08-18 Thread Lewis Thompson
On Tue, Aug 19, 2003 at 07:40:26AM +0900, Rob Lahaye wrote: A few weeks ago, there was a troublesome version of ghostscript-gnu in the ports, which corrupted my output as you describe (I have an HP laser printer). I think it was version 7.07_1; I had to downgrade to 7.05 for getting rid of the

Problems with ACPI And My PS2 Mouse!!

2003-08-18 Thread Brian Black
hey, I recently installed 5.1R and after boot up, with acpi enabled, my mouse begins to work incorrectly. when i move the mouse it disappears and reappears elsewhere when i stop.. Whats Wrong??? When i disable acpi from boot up the problems goes away?? But i cant disable this because i

Make buildworld failure

2003-08-18 Thread Charles Howse
Hi, I've done a fresh install, with ports, cvsup'ed the source, ports and docs. I've copied /etc/defaults/make.conf to /etc/make.conf and edited it according to directions. I have no files in /usr/obj to remove. I cd to /usr/src and do make -j4 buildworld It fails after 1 or 2 seconds. I

Re: Make buildworld failure

2003-08-18 Thread Kent Stewart
On Monday 18 August 2003 07:04 pm, Charles Howse wrote: Hi, I've done a fresh install, with ports, cvsup'ed the source, ports and docs. I've copied /etc/defaults/make.conf to /etc/make.conf and edited it according to directions. I have no files in /usr/obj to remove. I cd to /usr/src and

RE: Make buildworld failure

2003-08-18 Thread Charles Howse
What have I done wrong? What did you cvsup and are you running as root when you try to build it. Here's my /etc/cvsupfile, I ran /usr/local/cvsup -g -L 2 /etc/cvsupfile, and yes, I'm runnig as root. *default host=cvsup11.FreeBSD.org *default base=/usr *default prefix=/usr *default

Re: Make buildworld failure

2003-08-18 Thread Kent Stewart
On Monday 18 August 2003 07:29 pm, Charles Howse wrote: What have I done wrong? What did you cvsup and are you running as root when you try to build it. Here's my /etc/cvsupfile, I ran /usr/local/cvsup -g -L 2 /etc/cvsupfile, and yes, I'm runnig as root. *default

Re: Ports vs. Packages

2003-08-18 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Mon, Aug 18, 2003 at 07:34:04PM -0400, Adam McLaurin wrote: On Mon, 2003-08-18 at 19:25, Charles Howse wrote: Will doing it that way require all the compiling? No, packages are pre-compiled. Note that you'll sometimes have to wait a little longer to get the updated packages, since the

RE: Make buildworld failure

2003-08-18 Thread Charles Howse
*default host=cvsup11.FreeBSD.org *default base=/usr *default prefix=/usr *default release=cvs *default tag=RELENG_4_8 *default delete use-rel-suffix src-base *default tag=. ports-all doc-all If you want to do a buildworld, you will need the source for src-all.

how to set up IP Phone system

2003-08-18 Thread Ivy Bellen
Hello there..! (BCurrently I am setting up an IP PHONE system in my network consisting of A (BFreeBSD 4.5 Box acting as a gateway to my Windows 98 client in a LAN.I tried (Breferring to the manual but it does not work. (BMaybe the cable connection or setup is wrong or there is lacking in the

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