-CURRENT buildworld dies

2003-08-29 Thread Robert Huff
Running 5.0, I cvsup and build -CURRENT every night. (Build, not install.) Recently, the buildworld has been bombing with: === gnu/usr.bin/texinfo/doc === gnu/usr.bin/texinfo/libtxi cc -O -pipe -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -DLOCALEDIR=\/usr/share/locale\

Re: how to use firewall ?

2003-08-29 Thread Lowell Gilbert
ZaiD Dashti [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: i got DoS attack how i can use the firewall ? i have tried to understand (man ipfw) but i didn't understand it any easy way to learn and understand firewall (ipfw) The first thing you need to understand is what a firewall does, and what you're

MAC address change?

2003-08-29 Thread Grant Peel
Hi all, My colo location has recently done some software upgrades on thier routers and switches. Would this cause the following messages in my /var/log/messages file? Aug 27 05:48:17 enterprise /kernel: arp: 65.39.193.154 moved from 00:0a:41:07:94:80 to 00:06:5b:ee:40:32 on fxp0 TIA, -Grant

Re: MAC address change?

2003-08-29 Thread Micheal Patterson
Yes. Especially if they swapped out IP's on a router or replaced a nic. -- Micheal Patterson Network Administration Cancer Care Network 405-733-2230 - Original Message - From: Grant Peel [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, August 28, 2003 6:30 PM Subject: MAC

Re: MAC address change?

2003-08-29 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Thu, 28 Aug 2003, Grant Peel wrote: Hi all, My colo location has recently done some software upgrades on thier routers and switches. Would this cause the following messages in my /var/log/messages file? Aug 27 05:48:17 enterprise /kernel: arp: 65.39.193.154 moved from

Re: Scroll back in console

2003-08-29 Thread Jerry McAllister
Familiarity breeds contempt, I guess. I realize this is supposed to be a heretical, insulting suggestion, but you could always try reading the manual. syscons(4) describes it quite clearly, in a section titled back scrolling. I take *SERIOUS* exception to the terms heretical,

Re: Off Topic RegEx Question

2003-08-29 Thread mpd
On Thu, Aug 28, 2003 at 08:26:43AM +0900, Roger Williams wrote: I know thins is not the place but I know one of you know this one off the top of your head. I have: $list = dog 1 1 1 cat 2 1 snake 111 and I want to end up with: dog 1 cat 2 snake 1 I thought $list =~ s/ \d \d/ \d/g;

Driver for Onstream ADR2.60 IDE

2003-08-29 Thread Peter Bako
I have an Onstream ADR2.60 IDE backup drive that I would like to start using with my FreeBSD 4.8 system. At startup I get a message via dmesg that there is no driver for this device. 'kay. An hour of searching Google yielded me no closer to a driver, so here I am Can I use this drive

4.8-Stable VMware performance

2003-08-29 Thread Michael Nottebrock
NOTE: Please CC me on answers, as I'm not subscribed to this mailing list, thanks! The subject has probably been discussed many times, still I can't find anything useful in the archives. I'm running a pretty recent FreeBSD 4.8-STABLE in VMware 4.0.1, with Windows 2000 being the host OS. I run

Re: dmesg output

2003-08-29 Thread Lowell Gilbert
=?Windows-1252?Q?Marco_Gon=E7alves?= [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Email TemplateHow can i delete the 'dmesg -a' last output buffer Assuming I'm understanding you correctly (you want to clear the system message buffer?) you shouldn't be able to do that while the system is running. It's a security

Re: virtual users for mail?

2003-08-29 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Dead Line [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I am on FreeBSD 4.8-R, I would like to run on the mail system virtual users mail. i just dunt want to create a _real_ users on system, and I would prefer it virtual for certain domain(s) Can someone exaplain what to install by order? can i

Re: usbdevs

2003-08-29 Thread Chuck Swiger
Alan Batie wrote: [ ... ] It is optical, I don't recall any force feedback. Never heard of that in a mouse. It was only $20. Nope, don't see anything about force feedback. It's called the Logitech iFeel MouseMan; it's about $10 more than the normal optical mouse. -- -Chuck

monitoring

2003-08-29 Thread ZaiD Dashti
Dear experts how i can monitor my machine ? which programs should i use ? thanks _ MSN 8 with e-mail virus protection service: 2 months FREE* http://join.msn.com/?page=features/virus ___

Re: usbdevs

2003-08-29 Thread Technical Director
Alan, Do you get ugen# announcements for generic usb devices on boot up? eg: ugen0: Some Device, rev #, addr # R. On Thu, 28 Aug 2003, Alan Batie wrote: I've just installed FreeBSD 4.8 Release from the cd's. There's a 4 port USB card plugged in, with a Logitech USB mouse, a USB Serial

Re: Mozilla and linebreaks

2003-08-29 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Aug 29), Hendrik Hasenbein said: How do I force mozilla to break at 72 or 80 chars? I guess you're talking about writing email messages? Edit-Preferences-Composition, Wrap plaintext messages at [ 72 ] characters should be the default. -- Dan Nelson

stable = prerelease?

2003-08-29 Thread chael
Hi, I have just cvsup-ed my 4.8-RELEASE using the stable-supfile. After recompiling, to my surprise, it is now a 4.9-PRERELEASE. Is that safe? A colleague told me he's been having troubles with it specifically the ps and top commands...even after recompiling his kernel. Thanks in advance.

Nachi Worm apparently causes Live Lock on 4.7 server

2003-08-29 Thread James C. Durham
On 8/21, I noticed that internet connectity through our 4.7 FreeBSD gateway NAT box was getting REALLY slow. Checking with our T1 provider, there was only 128K of data stream (aprox) flowing out the T1. Ping times to the router on the external interface yielded times of up to 3 seconds! This

Re: Necessary code or trash?

2003-08-29 Thread Marc Wiz
On Thu, Aug 28, 2003 at 02:43:14PM -0700, Alan Batie wrote: On Thu, Aug 28, 2003 at 05:33:45PM -0400, Matthew Graybosch wrote: rm - 410 268 bytes, mv - 407 568 bytes, date - 423 748 bytes. As others explained these commands and others are statically linked so that they do

Re: monitoring

2003-08-29 Thread Matthew Graybosch
On 04:38 Fri 29 Aug , ZaiD Dashti wrote: Dear experts how i can monitor my machine ? which programs should i use ? I use top to keep track of active processes and to figure out which process decided to be naughty and hog the CPU. You can run it at the console or in a xterm. gkrellm2

Re: usbdevs

2003-08-29 Thread Alan Batie
On Thu, Aug 28, 2003 at 07:36:26PM -0700, Technical Director wrote: Do you get ugen# announcements for generic usb devices on boot up? I guess there is one buried in there; hmmm. That looks like the serial port adapter. It looks like it's telling me there's a USB controller on board. It's a

Re: Driver for Onstream ADR2.60 IDE

2003-08-29 Thread Jeremy D. Pavleck
Bag it. Onstream drives where a good idea, but the company as a whole blows. I have never found a *nix driver for the one I had. Not to mention, it took almost a year for a Windows 2000 driver to appear, and then it was buggy and slow. I dumped mine as soon as I could, it was next to useless for

Re: stable = prerelease?

2003-08-29 Thread Lowell Gilbert
[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I have just cvsup-ed my 4.8-RELEASE using the stable-supfile. After recompiling, to my surprise, it is now a 4.9-PRERELEASE. Is that safe? http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/faq/admin.html#RELEASE-CANDIDATE A colleague told me he's been having troubles

RE: can't login as anyone - not even as root!

2003-08-29 Thread Charles Howse
I didn't forget my password. I simply can't login. No one can login. Even when my root password is set to nil I can't login. Not even in single user mode? There is no login in single user mode, you are root by default with no password. Yes, I get the root # prompt, but I can't

RE: Scroll back in console

2003-08-29 Thread Charles Howse
I think he meant to be calling himself heretical and possibly insulting, not you - by suggesting that the manual be cracked open. It is kind of against princip[als|les|els] for many of us and could be considered a heresy, meaning a practice or belief that goes against acccepted normal

Re: Necessary code or trash?

2003-08-29 Thread Marc Wiz
On Thu, Aug 28, 2003 at 04:45:24PM -0500, Dan Nelson wrote: In the last episode (Aug 28), Marc Wiz said: Sticking with /bin/sh is a good idea. What I have done is build a static version of bash and put it /bin I changed root's shell to /bin/bash and run just fine. Has anyone

Re: Nachi Worm apparently causes Live Lock on 4.7 server

2003-08-29 Thread K Anderson
James C. Durham wrote: On 8/21, I noticed that internet connectity through our 4.7 FreeBSD gateway NAT box was getting REALLY slow. Checking with our T1 provider, there was only 128K of data stream (aprox) flowing out the T1. Ping times to the router on the external interface yielded times of

allowing non root users to mount

2003-08-29 Thread Desmond Lee
Hello I'm trying to set up my system so that it can automatically mount some file systems on boot. However, can you do this on freeBSD? I mean, with RedHat it does it for you so that you have a floppy and cdrom icon on your desktop. But can you do that w/ freeBSD? I don't think so cause if

Re: allowing non root users to mount

2003-08-29 Thread Luke Kearney
- Original Message - From: "Desmond Lee" [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, August 29, 2003 12:49 PM Subject: allowing non root users to mount Hello I'm trying to set up my system so that it can automatically mount some file

Re: can't login as anyone - not even as root!

2003-08-29 Thread Sunil Sunder Raj
Hi, STEPS = As the os(FREEBSD) is starting it will display the following message: Hit [Enter] to boot immediately, or any other key for command prompt. Booting [kernel ] in 10 seconds... You should now ress the space bar, and you will see the following message: Type '?' for a list of

Re: allowing non root users to mount

2003-08-29 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Desmond Lee [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: However, can you do this on freeBSD? I mean, with RedHat it does it for you so that you have a floppy and cdrom icon on your desktop. But can you do that w/ freeBSD? I don't think so cause if there is no floppy/zip disk/ or cdRom in the drive when you

Re: Help Required

2003-08-29 Thread paul beard
Ahmad Memon wrote: Hello.. We are having presentations on different OS in our class.. and i chose the Unix freeBSD for my group to do a presentation on.. i would like some info - if possible - on this system, or anything that could help me with that presentation. So i thought maybe

Re: Help Required

2003-08-29 Thread Mark Terribile
We are having presentations on different OS in our class.. and i chose the Unix freeBSD for my group to do a presentation on.. i would like some info - if possible - on this system, or anything that could help me with that presentation. ... Smells like homework. One tip, go to

Re: Nachi Worm apparently causes Live Lock on 4.7 server

2003-08-29 Thread paul
James C. Durham wrote: It turned out that we had several Windows boxes in the building that had been infected with the Nachi worm. This causes some kind of DOS or ping probe out onto the internet and the local LAN. Removing the inside interface's ethernet cable caused the ping times on the

Re: Nachi Worm apparently causes Live Lock on 4.7 server

2003-08-29 Thread Matthew Emmerton
James C. Durham wrote: It turned out that we had several Windows boxes in the building that had been infected with the Nachi worm. This causes some kind of DOS or ping probe out onto the internet and the local LAN. Removing the inside interface's ethernet cable caused the ping times

Re: can't login as anyone - not even as root!

2003-08-29 Thread Dave Banning
Thanks, Sunil for the steps, but I have tried that already. When I get to the # prompt in single user mode, I cannot use the passwd command. I get the error;; passwd: error opening database: /etc/pwd.db: Permission denied passwd: /etc/master.passwd: unchanged and permissions are as follows; #

Re: Nachi Worm apparently causes Live Lock on 4.7 server

2003-08-29 Thread paul
Matthew Emmerton wrote: They were doing the same thing at the IBM location where I work. It's brutal if you are in the middle of something, but it's the only way to keep the latest breed of MS virii/worms/whatever from spreading. agreed, but if a small subset of hosts can degrade the network --

Re: Nachi Worm apparently causes Live Lock on 4.7 server

2003-08-29 Thread paul beard
James C. Durham wrote: On Friday 29 August 2003 04:23 am, paul wrote: James C. Durham wrote: It turned out that we had several Windows boxes in the building that had been infected with the Nachi worm. This causes some kind of DOS or ping probe out onto the internet and the local LAN. Removing

Re: can't login as anyone - not even as root!

2003-08-29 Thread Sunil Sunder Raj
Hi, If the problem still exists try get master.passwd from /var/backups run the command # pwd_mkdb /etc/master.passwd Regards SSR From: Dave Banning [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Sunil Sunder Raj [EMAIL PROTECTED] CC: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: can't login as anyone - not even as root! Date: Thu, 28

Re: Floppies

2003-08-29 Thread David
After downloading the *.flps in binary mode they work fine. No specific reason for 5.1 other than trying to get the latest and greatest. After reading http://www.freebsd.org/releases/5.1R/early-adopter.html; I've decided to go with 4.8 STABLE. Thank you for the help and the info. David -

Re: Mozilla and linebreaks

2003-08-29 Thread Hendrik Hasenbein
Dan Nelson wrote: In the last episode (Aug 29), Hendrik Hasenbein said: How do I force mozilla to break at 72 or 80 chars? I guess you're talking about writing email messages? Edit-Preferences-Composition, Wrap plaintext messages at [ 72 ] characters should be the default. It is turned on on

How do I change the speed on ttyd0?

2003-08-29 Thread Marcelo Schmidt
Hi, I need to read data from a temperature sensor (PIC12C509) that requires: serial data at 2400 baud, 8 bits, no parity, one or two stop bits. I tried several things, tip, cu, Device-SerialPort-0.13, etc. It seems to be the ttyd0 speed is locked in 9600: # stty -a -f /dev/ttyd0 speed 9600

Re: Necessary code or trash?

2003-08-29 Thread Jonathan Chen
On Thu, Aug 28, 2003 at 09:58:55PM -0500, Marc Wiz wrote: On Thu, Aug 28, 2003 at 02:43:14PM -0700, Alan Batie wrote: On Thu, Aug 28, 2003 at 05:33:45PM -0400, Matthew Graybosch wrote: rm - 410 268 bytes, mv - 407 568 bytes, date - 423 748 bytes. As others explained

MYSQL Fresh Reinstall, How?

2003-08-29 Thread Ben Dover
I managed to mess up my MYSQL4.1 on my 5.1 box and I can't seem to get it straightened out. I think the best way to resolve this would be to do a fresh install of MYSQL server. I did a pkg_delete of MYSQL-server and client and installed again from ports but I'm getting the same error

RE: allowing non root users to mount

2003-08-29 Thread Desmond Lee
Thanks for your help Lowell and others who replied :) I apologize for asking a question that was already posted on the FAQ FreeBSD site. I should have looked at the obvious resource for that. I followed the instructions on the FAQ section about making non-root users able to mount file systems

Re: can't login as anyone - not even as root!

2003-08-29 Thread horio shoichi
On Thu, 28 Aug 2003 21:40:20 -0700 (PDT) Dave Banning [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thanks, Sunil for the steps, but I have tried that already. When I get to the # prompt in single user mode, I cannot use the passwd command. I get the error;; passwd: error opening database: /etc/pwd.db:

Re: MYSQL Fresh Reinstall, How?

2003-08-29 Thread Aaron Wohl
Yeah I ran into that yesterday myself. The mysql_install_db doesnt leave you with a working mysql database lately. What did to fix it was mysqld -u mysql --skip-grant (Im assuming you have your mysql firewalled off, if not do that first ;) At that point mysql is up enough to restore the mysql

Which Radiusd to use?

2003-08-29 Thread Perica Veljanovski
Hi I'm looking for a free radiusd, to handle a pre-paid dial-up system. It should have different time zone charging, and every imaginable pre-paid card limitation (expire date, hours limit, CLID filter, etc.). 10x ahead... -- Perica Veljanovski e-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED] web:

Re: IPFW reset dead???

2003-08-29 Thread KONDOU, Kazuhiro
On Thu, 28 Aug 2003 18:25:52 +0200 Info [swebase] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: would reset closed ports so a scanner not would see it open (filtered). How do i close a port so no portscanner sees it in freebsd 4.8 ?? http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/cvsweb.cgi/src/sys/i386/conf/NOTES#rev1.905 do you

Re: MYSQL Fresh Reinstall, How?

2003-08-29 Thread Jez Hancock
On Fri, Aug 29, 2003 at 02:52:56AM -0400, Ben Dover wrote: I managed to mess up my MYSQL4.1 on my 5.1 box and I can't seem to get it straightened out. I think the best way to resolve this would be to do a fresh install of MYSQL server. I did a pkg_delete of MYSQL-server and client and

Re: MYSQL Fresh Reinstall, How?

2003-08-29 Thread Aaron Wohl
If you rm -rf /var/db/msyql then reinstall it doesnt work right now is the problem... at least on freebsd. It gives the host.frm error the poster asked about. Ive only been able to get a new system going by restoring the mysql database (/var/db/mysql/mysql) from elsewhere. On Fri, 29 Aug 2003

Re: MYSQL Fresh Reinstall, How?

2003-08-29 Thread Jez Hancock
On Fri, Aug 29, 2003 at 03:04:07AM -0600, Aaron Wohl wrote: If you rm -rf /var/db/msyql then reinstall it doesnt work right now is the problem... at least on freebsd. It gives the host.frm error the poster asked about. Ive only been able to get a new system going by restoring the mysql

Re: Question on CVS Branches

2003-08-29 Thread Heinrich Rebehn
Simon Barner wrote: Is RELENG_4 to be considered stable? I.e. can i use it for production? Well, that depends. At the moment, -stable has (or had) some stability problems since some enhancements for huge memory systems ( 4gb) where merged from -current). I think the best for production system is

sound

2003-08-29 Thread Jendos
Hello! I'm sorry for my evil english! I can't solve problem by myself(crooked hands :) I have a Microstar P4DCE+ motherboard and freeBSD 4.5 To enable support my onboard AC'97, I include in my kernel: device pcm options PNPBIOS Compile it, reboot and then give a commands: dmesg | grep pcm

Re: Resizing disk partitons?

2003-08-29 Thread Jud
On Thu, 28 Aug 2003 15:21:28 -0400, stan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've got a laptop with a single hard disk that is curently paritioned into 3 partions. 1 for FreeBSD, 1 for linux Swap, and a 3rd for Linux. I've got an application that requires a M$ OS. Is there a way I can repartion this drive

Re: How do I change the speed on ttyd0?

2003-08-29 Thread Malcolm Kay
On Fri, 29 Aug 2003 15:56, Marcelo Schmidt wrote: Hi, I need to read data from a temperature sensor (PIC12C509) that requires: serial data at 2400 baud, 8 bits, no parity, one or two stop bits. I tried several things, tip, cu, Device-SerialPort-0.13, etc. It seems to be the ttyd0 speed is

Tape drive suggestion (IDE)

2003-08-29 Thread Noel Fitzpatrick
Hi, I'm currently in the market for a reasonably inexpensive tape drive, I was looking at the Seagate Hornet 40GB IDE drive? Does anyone have any experience with this? Or any recommendation as regards a drive. I'm looking to spend less than 500 euros/dollars. I'm looking to back up 30-40Gb per

Re: Patching procedures

2003-08-29 Thread Guy Van Sanden
Hello Matthew Thank you for your very complete answer. I'm going to be experimenting with this for a while, and I'll do a lot of reading. Kind regards Guy On Thu, 2003-08-28 at 13:29, Matthew Seaman wrote: On Thu, Aug 28, 2003 at 10:09:35AM +0200, Guy Van Sanden wrote: ** message didn't

can't login

2003-08-29 Thread Ray Bagby
Greetings! I am unable to login as a user or as root. I had been using KDM but I decided to go back to using startx. I commented out the ttyv8 line in ttys then restarted. Now when the box starts I see: login: Aug 29 07:07:58 sleepy gdnc: 2003-08-29 12:07:58.490 gdnc[212] No local

Re: MYSQL Fresh Reinstall, How?

2003-08-29 Thread Jack L. Stone
At 02:52 AM 8.29.2003 -0400, Ben Dover wrote: I managed to mess up my MYSQL4.1 on my 5.1 box and I can't seem to get it straightened out. I think the best way to resolve this would be to do a fresh install of MYSQL server. I did a pkg_delete of MYSQL-server and client and installed again

Re: sound

2003-08-29 Thread Dan
Maybe this will help? http://glou.net/~thomas/pcg-fx301.html Especially this part: quote Sound support The sound chip is known as AC97. In FreeBSD, recompiling a kernel with device pcm included or even (not sure) using the GENERIC kernel might get sound working. In Linux, you will have to

Re: Resizing disk partitons?

2003-08-29 Thread Jerry McAllister
On Thu, 28 Aug 2003 15:21:28 -0400, stan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've got a laptop with a single hard disk that is curently paritioned into 3 partions. 1 for FreeBSD, 1 for linux Swap, and a 3rd for Linux. I've got an application that requires a M$ OS. Is there a way I can

Re: can't login as anyone - not even as root!

2003-08-29 Thread Jerry McAllister
Thanks, Sunil for the steps, but I have tried that already. When I get to the # prompt in single user mode, I cannot use the passwd command. I get the error;; passwd: error opening database: /etc/pwd.db: Permission denied passwd: /etc/master.passwd: unchanged Sort of sounds like you

Re: Nachi Worm apparently causes Live Lock on 4.7 server

2003-08-29 Thread Jim Durham
On Friday 29 August 2003 01:14 am, paul beard wrote: James C. Durham wrote: On Friday 29 August 2003 04:23 am, paul wrote: James C. Durham wrote: It turned out that we had several Windows boxes in the building that had been infected with the Nachi worm. This causes some kind of DOS or

ipfilter/natd for windows domain controllers

2003-08-29 Thread Redmond Militante
hi i have an ipfilter/ipnat box, that i'm using to protect an apache webserver. the machine is 4.7-RELEASE-p3 FreeBSD 4.7-RELEASE-p3 #1: Mon Aug 11 18:27:06 CDT 2003. the machine is a dell optiplex gx260 Intel(R) Pentium(R) 4 CPU 2.40GHz 512 mb of ram. it's been doing a fine job. my boss

Re: dmesg output

2003-08-29 Thread Malcolm Kay
On Fri, 29 Aug 2003 23:51, Jerry McAllister wrote: I wanted to clear the dmesg -a output because i had this problem with a IDE disk, wich give this message all over ad0s1g: hard error reading fsbn 133851519 of 65253984-65254015 (ad0s1 bn 133851519; cn 8331 tn 222 sn 18) status=59

PPP and radius.conf - shouldnt it be doing round-robin?

2003-08-29 Thread Sten Daniel Srsdal
I use userland ppp with radius authentication against 2 radius servers, on a freebsd 4.8-stable box that i use as a router/gateway. The two servers are on two different interfaces, it seems that when i unplug the first server (#1 in radius.conf) from the switch the arp cache on the gateway

Re: dmesg output

2003-08-29 Thread Jerry McAllister
On Fri, 29 Aug 2003 23:51, Jerry McAllister wrote: I wanted to clear the dmesg -a output because i had this problem with a IDE disk, wich give this message all over ad0s1g: hard error reading fsbn 133851519 of 65253984-65254015 (ad0s1 bn 133851519; cn 8331 tn 222 sn 18) status=59

Netgear FA511 driver

2003-08-29 Thread Ganael Laplanche
Hi all, Has anybody managed to make an FA511 card work under FreeBSD ? Many thanks, Ganal LAPLANCHE [EMAIL PROTECTED] Tel : (+33)6.84.03.57.24. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To

Verio mover to FreeBSD

2003-08-29 Thread Jastonephd
Why if Verio has moved our sites to you, are they still charging us $6,000 per annum for hosting? What is the viability of this server? With the CA economy in dire straits, how secure is your future? J.A.Stone PhD (London) Founder [EMAIL PROTECTED] javari.com P.O.Box 230551 Ansonia Station New

WDM problem

2003-08-29 Thread Monah Baki
Hi all, I'm trying to execute wdm, I get : error 13 binding socket address 177 Cannot open server authrization file /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/wdm/authdir/authfiles/A:0- yooW24 I get the login screen but thats it, the background/beastie.jpg is missing and I can't login. This only happens if I login

Re: Driver for Onstream ADR2.60 IDE

2003-08-29 Thread Peter Elsner
Short answer: No Long answer: No, because OnStream isn't using a standard ATAPI driver for their IDE drives. The make use of accessing the drive using very special commands in their proprietary backup software. Without the software the drive won't work. I have already contacted On Stream

Re: Driver for Onstream ADR2.60 IDE

2003-08-29 Thread Jeremy D. Pavleck
While we're on the subject - is there any good backup devices in the 60Gb range for FreeBSD that have a similar cost as the OnStream drive (what was it again, 300$? something like that?)? IIRC, my big beef with the OnStream drive (besides the weird format the driver used and slowness backing

Re: Driver for Onstream ADR2.60 IDE

2003-08-29 Thread Chuck Swiger
Jeremy D. Pavleck wrote: While we're on the subject - is there any good backup devices in the 60Gb range for FreeBSD that have a similar cost as the OnStream drive (what was it again, 300$? something like that?)? Something like a DLT 7000 or 8000, if you have SCSI available? DLT does up to 35/70

Re: Question on CVS Branches

2003-08-29 Thread Chuck Swiger
Heinrich Rebehn wrote: [ ... ] Thank you. Yet another question: I would like to update my source tree automatically each night. However the cvs login requires a password to be typed in. Is there any way to automate this? Strangely, the cvs man page does not even mention the login command. The

Re: Verio mover to FreeBSD

2003-08-29 Thread Micheal Patterson
- Original Message - From: Dan [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, August 29, 2003 10:50 AM Subject: Re: Verio mover to FreeBSD Did I miss something? If they moved your server to FreeBSD, it just means the Operating System on your server

Re: Verio mover to FreeBSD

2003-08-29 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Fri, Aug 29, 2003 at 11:35:46AM -0400, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Why if Verio has moved our sites to you, are they still charging us $6,000 per annum for hosting? What is the viability of this server? With the CA economy in dire straits, how secure is your future? FreeBSD isn't a

epson cx5200 printer

2003-08-29 Thread Ralph
Was wondering if anyone here has set up this printer i know the driver is the c82 in gimp-print but apsfilter wont work any ideas. thanks, byte ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To

Re: Verio mover to FreeBSD

2003-08-29 Thread Jeremy D. Pavleck
Very well put! Almost sounds like a greeting card from Hallmark :-p ** Jeremy D. Pavleck [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Fri, 29 Aug 2003, Matthew Seaman wrote: On Fri, Aug 29, 2003 at 11:35:46AM -0400, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Why if Verio has moved our sites to you, are they still

Re: Verio mover to FreeBSD

2003-08-29 Thread Chuck Swiger
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Why if Verio has moved our sites to you, are they still charging us $6,000 per annum for hosting? $500 per month for rack space, power, a leased Intel box with, say 10 Mbs burstable traffic, nightly backups, and such? Most of these are fixed costs which don't have much

Re: ipfilter/natd for windows domain controllers

2003-08-29 Thread Chuck Swiger
Redmond Militante wrote: [ ... ] my question is - do i need to upgrade my hardware? No. You can filter T1 or 10Mbs ethernet level bandwidth with a Pentium-grade box with a fraction of the RAM your system has. The only real hardware concern is to make sure you've got high-quality NICs in the

Re: can't login as anyone - not even as root!

2003-08-29 Thread Dave Banning
Hmm.. Pretty long but only the last few screens are important. Problem's kinda weird, really. This is a *LAST DITCH EFFORT*, but try this. It may work. (Note: this assumes you've got system sources around). OK boot -s # mkdir /var/oldpwd # mv /etc/master.passwd /etc/passwd /etc/group

Re: can't login as anyone - not even as root!

2003-08-29 Thread Dave Banning
--- Jerry McAllister [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thanks, Sunil for the steps, but I have tried that already. When I get to the # prompt in single user mode, I cannot use the passwd command. I get the error;; passwd: error opening database: /etc/pwd.db: Permission denied passwd:

Re: Driver for Onstream ADR2.60 IDE

2003-08-29 Thread Jerry McAllister
While we're on the subject - is there any good backup devices in the 60Gb range for FreeBSD that have a similar cost as the OnStream drive (what was it again, 300$? something like that?)? IIRC, my big beef with the OnStream drive (besides the weird format the driver used and slowness

some problems with automount

2003-08-29 Thread Desmond Lee
Hello I'm trying to use amd or the automount so that removable media such as floppies, zip disks and cdroms will be mounted when needed. My goal is to put 'amd_enable=YES' in the /etc/rc.conf file so that mounting is taken care of when the OS is booted. I've read the man pages for amd, amd.conf

Re: Off Topic Regex Question

2003-08-29 Thread Mikko Tyljrvi
On Thu, 28 Aug 2003, Roger Williams wrote: I know thins is not the place but I know one of you know this one off the top of your head. I have: $list = dog 1 1 1 cat 2 1 snake 111 and I want to end up with: dog 1 cat 2 snake 1 I thought $list =~ s/ \d \d/ \d/g; would do the trick, but

Local procmail mailer, bypassing aliases?

2003-08-29 Thread Damian Gerow
Does anyone have an m4 for a procmail mailer the completely bypasses the alias table? I had one working about a month ago, but it seems to be broken, and I just can't figure out why... I also don't know where to start looking for one. (Please Cc: me in responses... Thanks.)

upgrading mysql

2003-08-29 Thread Michelle
I would like to upgrade mysql from mysql-server-3.23.54 to mysql-server-3.23.57 and understand that I will need to do a dump before upgrading since the upgrade needs to overwrite the databases. Since I have never done this before, I just want to make sure I have the correct steps after

Re: allowing non root users to mount

2003-08-29 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Desmond Lee [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I followed the instructions on the FAQ section about making non-root users able to mount file systems and that worked fine, but it only works if the target of the mounting point is accessible by that user. Right. You want that for security reasons. So,

A ppp configuration question

2003-08-29 Thread stan
I'm trying to set up one of my FreeBSD STABLE machines to dial intot the company ppp server using a 80-0 number. I'v already got a ppp.conf entry that works for the local number, and the 800 number differs only in that it's a diffferent phone number (obviously), and that the answer sequence

HELP! key_acquire2: invalid sequence number is passed -- IPSECVPN down...

2003-08-29 Thread Steve Camp
Hi, I need some help. I am running a VPN between a FreeBSD 4.3 box and another FreeBSD 4.7 box. I am using the IPSEC / Racoon setup that comes with FreeBSD. I have not compiled anything: I inherited sysadmin duties for these boxen from another fellow. They had been working just fine when I

Re: read/write access

2003-08-29 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Dan [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: i messed up my read/access by using chmod...will someone tell me the default umask for /var/ftp/incoming There's no default, really, because that directory doesn't exist by default. What you want the permissions to be depends on, among other things, who owns it.

Re: Cron on qmail not sending me logs

2003-08-29 Thread Scott Ballantyne
Matthew Graybosch writes: On 20:49 Thu 28 Aug , Scott Ballantyne wrote: You can always set the NO_MAILWRAPPER=true and NO_SENDMAIL=true flags in /etc/make.conf. I thought you were supposed to also set sendmail_enable=NONE in /etc/rc.conf as well. Well, that makes it a lot less

Re: Question on CVS Branches

2003-08-29 Thread rebehn
Quoting Chuck Swiger [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Heinrich Rebehn wrote: [ ... ] Thank you. Yet another question: I would like to update my source tree automatically each night. However the cvs login requires a password to be typed in. Is there any way to automate this? Strangely, the cvs man

Fwd: MYSQL Fresh Reinstall, How?

2003-08-29 Thread Ben Dover
I appreciate the replies and suggestions that everyone has sent. I'm less than a novice regarding MYSQL or I wouldn't have deleted the MYSQL database in the first place. It took me some time to find where the databases were located as locate wouldn't produce them. I'm googleing for the error

Problem installing FreeBSD from DVD drive (IBM laptop)

2003-08-29 Thread MeTaLmAn
Hi! I tried (many many times) to install Freebsd in my IBM laptop and I had this problem: the laptop doesnt have a floppy drive, it only have one hd and one dvd drive. So, I configured the BIOS to boot from DVD drive, then HD. when I turned the laptop on with the BSD cd rom on it, it started

Re: upgrading mysql

2003-08-29 Thread Jack L. Stone
At 11:56 AM 8.29.2003 -0700, Michelle wrote: I would like to upgrade mysql from mysql-server-3.23.54 to mysql-server-3.23.57 and understand that I will need to do a dump before upgrading since the upgrade needs to overwrite the databases. Since I have never done this before, I just want to

Re: Local procmail mailer, bypassing aliases?

2003-08-29 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Aug 29), Damian Gerow said: Does anyone have an m4 for a procmail mailer the completely bypasses the alias table? I had one working about a month ago, but it seems to be broken, and I just can't figure out why... I also don't know where to start looking for one. Try

Re: Local procmail mailer, bypassing aliases?

2003-08-29 Thread Damian Gerow
Thus spake Dan Nelson ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) [29/08/03 16:22]: Try adding MODIFY_MAILER_FLAGS(`LOCAL', -A') to your sendmail.mc and regenerating (assuming you're using FEATURE(`local_procmail') ). That will modify the local_procmail mailer to bypass local aliases, correct? 'Cept that we

Re: Question on CVS Branches

2003-08-29 Thread Joshua Oreman
On Fri, Aug 29, 2003 at 09:46:36PM +0200 or thereabouts, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Quoting Chuck Swiger [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Heinrich Rebehn wrote: [ ... ] Thank you. Yet another question: I would like to update my source tree automatically each night. However the cvs login requires a

natd: failed to write packet back

2003-08-29 Thread Steve Camp
Can someone tell me what the following message logged to /var/log/messages means, and whether I ought to be concerned about it: Aug 29 13:41:29 server natd[180]: failed to write packet back (Permission denied) natd is process 180: root 180 0.0 0.1 532 272 ?? Ss Wed11AM

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