Re: FreeBSD routing between 2 interfaces

2003-10-01 Thread Harald Schmalzbauer
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dear FreeBSD users, I urgenly need to connect 192.168.1.* network to the internet. What am I doing wrong? I have 2 networks, 192.168.0.* and 192.168.1.* FreeBSD 5.1 is connected to both networks via 2 network cards, its ip is 192.168.0.3 and 192.168.1.2. As of now from

hw.ata.wc vs soft updates

2003-10-01 Thread Sergei Vyshenski
Is it correct and/or clever to use BOTH 1) soft updates enabled and 2) hw.ata.wc=0 on FreeBSD-4.9 system? Will it enhance chances to have consistent disk after power loss? How much slower it will be compared to the case of 1) soft updates enabled and 2) hw.ata.wc=1 Thanks in advance for any

kernel.GENERIC question

2003-10-01 Thread denisz
hi, did it necessary to update the /kernel.GENERIC when doing system update? (note that the kernel usually being used is the customized one) and how to do that ? thanks, -denisz- ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: kernel.GENERIC question

2003-10-01 Thread Nick Holley
denisz wrote: hi, did it necessary to update the /kernel.GENERIC when doing system update? (note that the kernel usually being used is the customized one) and how to do that ? Sometimes, it's always good to check. I don't use a customized kernel so I can't speak from experience, but this might

Re: Passwd command slow

2003-10-01 Thread Sunil Sunder Raj
Hi, Try # ktrace passwd username # kdump -f ktrace.out You can find out where the process stuck Regards SSR From: Greg Goodman [EMAIL PROTECTED] Reply-To: Greg Goodman [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Passwd command slow Date: Tue, 30 Sep 2003 17:51:50 -0700 Hello Everyone, I

Sound card

2003-10-01 Thread Jarosaw Nozderko
OS: FreeBSD 5.1-RELEASE Hi, I have cheap, ISA sound card recognized as OPTi931. It works without problems on Linux (RH 7.3, upgraded kernel 2.4.21 + XFS) with the following line in /etc/modules.conf: options mad16 io=0x530 irq=5 dma=0 dma16=0 mpu_io=0x300 mpu_irq=7 I'd like to make it

Re: Using hp surestore dat 24 tape drive with Free BSD 4.8

2003-10-01 Thread Andreas Kohn
[please use reply to all to include the list] On Wed, 2003-10-01 at 12:56, Verghese George wrote: Andreas, Thanks. The card is still not recognised when booting up. The GENERIC kernel does not seem to have an entry device trm Does it mean that I have to recompile the kernel? Thanks

Re: onstream out of business?

2003-10-01 Thread Jason Stewart
Noah wrote: does anybody know if onstream is out of business? their website has not answered for the past month. - Noah ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to

Re: Why do you prefer FreeBSD???? Maybe Windows is more comfortable than FBSD?

2003-10-01 Thread Andy Harrison
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- ~ On 24-Sep-2003, Denis wrote message Why do you prefer FreeBSD Maybe Windows is more comfortable ~ I think that WinXP more

port install to jail root from host system

2003-10-01 Thread Aragon Gouveia
Hi, I've compiled a port as normal (apache13 in this case). I'd like to run 'make install' now and tell it to install the package to the base of the root filesystem of a jail from the jail's host. Possibly also to skip registering it in the host's package database. Does anyone know an easy way

Re: FreeBSD Fax Server?

2003-10-01 Thread C. Ulrich
On Tue, 2003-09-30 at 21:15, Bill Campbell wrote: IMHO internal modems are to be avoided at all costs. Generally, I used to concur with this, but a couple years ago I bought a USR PCI internal _hardware_ modem and it's worked great with every OS I threw at it. They're pretty much all I recommend

Newbie question - package versions in FreeBSD 5.1

2003-10-01 Thread Darren Phillips
Sorry for the dumb-sounding question - is having multiple package versions installed in 5.1 going to burn me ? I (think I) understand the install process but not the consequences. How do all the versions coexist ? eg. install another linux base package. Many thanks DP

Re: FreeBSD download [Known Spam URL in message-Probable Spam]

2003-10-01 Thread C. Ulrich
On Wed, 2003-10-01 at 00:35, Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P. wrote: The second two files/ISO's you listed are the Mini distribution CD, and the MD5 (cryptographic) checksum. You'd use the MD5 checksum to determine that the files you download are complete and legitimate, more or less. Take a

Re: Install Trouble

2003-10-01 Thread Tim Hawes
Renewing the call for help... I am trying to get a realtek 8139 nic card working under FreeBSD. I turned off the serial ports in the bios, but it seems to still find a serial port (misreading a device as a serial port???) and gives it an irq of 11 which conflicts with the realtek card. I noticed

Re: port install to jail root from host system

2003-10-01 Thread Marc G. Fournier
ssh into the jail and run the make install from inside of the jail On Wed, 1 Oct 2003, Aragon Gouveia wrote: Hi, I've compiled a port as normal (apache13 in this case). I'd like to run 'make install' now and tell it to install the package to the base of the root filesystem of a jail from

Re: Newbie question - package versions in FreeBSD 5.1

2003-10-01 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Wed, Oct 01, 2003 at 01:53:35PM +0100, Darren Phillips wrote: Sorry for the dumb-sounding question - is having multiple package versions installed in 5.1 going to burn me ? I (think I) understand the install process but not the consequences. How do all the versions coexist ? eg.

Re: FreeBSD download

2003-10-01 Thread C. Ulrich
On Tue, 2003-09-30 at 15:58, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dear Sir or Madam, I'm interested in using FreeBSD as part of rearrengement of my professional skills. I'm currently studing Linux but I'd like to feel a bit of a true UNIX system. Heh, better have your asbestos underwear on when you

Re: port install to jail root from host system

2003-10-01 Thread Aragon Gouveia
The jail does not run ssh, nor any other daemons. All it will run is apache once it is installed. It's not a full jail built from /usr/src. It'll only have what's necessary to run apache. And apache will be the only process called from the jail command. | By Marc G. Fournier [EMAIL

Re: Newbie question - package versions in FreeBSD 5.1

2003-10-01 Thread Felix 'buebo' Kakrow
Darren Phillips schrieb: Sorry for the dumb-sounding question - is having multiple package versions installed in 5.1 going to burn me ? I (think I) understand the install process but not the consequences. How do all the versions coexist ? eg. install another linux base package. Normally

Re: port install to jail root from host system

2003-10-01 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Wed, Oct 01, 2003 at 02:48:29PM +0200, Aragon Gouveia wrote: I've compiled a port as normal (apache13 in this case). I'd like to run 'make install' now and tell it to install the package to the base of the root filesystem of a jail from the jail's host. Possibly also to skip registering

Re: Sound card

2003-10-01 Thread Eric F Crist
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Try doing this in your kernel config file: device pcm it's not an 'option' Eric Crist AdTech Integrated Systems, Inc (952) 403-9000 On Wednesday 01 October 2003 03:35 am, Jarosaw Nozderko wrote: OS: FreeBSD 5.1-RELEASE Hi, I have cheap, ISA sound

Re: Why is PCE not set in CR4?

2003-10-01 Thread Bruce M Simpson
On Wed, Oct 01, 2003 at 11:39:36AM +0200, Grumble wrote: However, I am not allowed to use the RDPMC instruction from ring 3 because the PCE (Performance-monitoring Counters Enable) bit is not set. You can do it with /dev/perfmon. man 4 perfmon. I have read the perfmon documentation and

cannot connect to saslauthd server

2003-10-01 Thread Noah
FreeBSD 4.8 sendmail 8.12.10 with sasl okay I am using every once in a while I see the following complaints in my /var/log/messages: Sep 30 15:33:04 procmail[30342]: Renamed bogus /var/mail/noah.lock int o /var/mail/BOGUS.noah.OA8K Sep 30 22:03:33 sm-mta[38053]: cannot connect to saslauthd

Re: FreeBSD download

2003-10-01 Thread Jerry McAllister
Dear Sir or Madam, I'm interested in using FreeBSD as part of rearrengement of my professional skills. I'm currently studing Linux but I'd like to feel a bit of a true UNIX system. I noticed FreeBSD is presented in a 4 CD set case by FreeBSD Mall, for example. However, the

IDE RAID controllers

2003-10-01 Thread Irvine Short
Hey All Anyone used any IDE RAID controllers recently under FreeBSD? I've found the Promise Fastrak stuff works really well for 0 1 but doesn't support RAID 5. We need a big filesystem, doesn't need to be all that fast or reliable, and were ogling the new-ish 250GB Western Digital drives.

Re: cannot connect to saslauthd server

2003-10-01 Thread Jamie
On Wed, 1 Oct 2003, Noah wrote: FreeBSD 4.8 sendmail 8.12.10 with sasl okay I am using every once in a while I see the following complaints in my /var/log/messages: Sep 30 15:33:04 procmail[30342]: Renamed bogus /var/mail/noah.lock int o /var/mail/BOGUS.noah.OA8K Sep 30 22:03:33

Re: port install to jail root from host system

2003-10-01 Thread Marc Ramirez
On Wed, Oct 01, 2003 at 02:48:29PM +0200, Aragon Gouveia wrote: Hi, I've compiled a port as normal (apache13 in this case). I'd like to run 'make install' now and tell it to install the package to the base of the root filesystem of a jail from the jail's host. Possibly also to skip

Re: Why do you prefer FreeBSD???? Maybe Windows is more comfortable than FBSD?

2003-10-01 Thread Louis LeBlanc
On 10/01/03 08:36 AM, Andy Harrison sat at the `puter and typed: ~ On 24-Sep-2003, Denis wrote message Why do you prefer FreeBSD Maybe Windows is more comfortable ~

SIS 7018

2003-10-01 Thread Matthew Danielson
I am trying to get my SIS 7018 Soundcard working with freebsd 5.1. I added device pcm to my kernel, and recompiled. My dmesg is as follows: pcm0: SiS 7018 port 0xdc00-0xdcff mem 0xffdf-0xffdf0fff irq 10 at device 1.4 on pci0 pcm0: AC97 reset timed out. pcm0: Cirrus Logic CS4299 AC97 Codec

Re: Problems with audio recording

2003-10-01 Thread Daniela
On Monday 29 September 2003 23:35, Paul Hamilton wrote: Hi Daniela, Here are a few notes I have made on playing with audio in/out. I mainly use this to record radio programs, for play back at a later time. The radio is plugged into 'LineIn', and I use Ecasound to handle the recording and

SSL security problem

2003-10-01 Thread Marc Wiz
Anyone have any info on when a patch is going to be available for the latest openssl security problem? I have not seen a security advisory listed on the FreeBSD web site nor have I had any notifications on the announce and security mailing lists. Thanks, Marc -- Marc Wiz [EMAIL PROTECTED] Yes,

Perl cgi redirect not working

2003-10-01 Thread Charles Howse
Hi, I'm *copying an example* perl cgi script from FreeBSD Unleashed pp. 699. I have 2 issues. 1. The redirect on the last line isn't working. It opens a blank page and prints the text Location: http://howse.no-ip.org/thanks.shtml;. That's not what I want. I want to open the page thanks.shtml.

Seagate/Conner CTT8000S problem on FreeBSD

2003-10-01 Thread Sorin Chiorean
Hi, I'm running FreeBSD 5.1-RELEASE-p8 on a Pentium II with SCSI adapter ..kernel: ahc0: Adaptec 2940 Ultra SCSI adapter port 0xb800-0xb8ff mem 0xe280-0xe2800fff irq 10 at device 11.0 on pci0 ..kernel: aic7880: Ultra Wide Channel A, SCSI Id=7, 16/253 SCBs and with the following tape:

tar vs cp

2003-10-01 Thread Jamie
I've been told in the past that if you have a series of directories with subdirectories that you need to copy to another location on a disk, it is better to tar the directory, move the tarred file to the destination, and then untar it, rather than using cp to copy the directory and all of

Re: FreeBSD Fax Server?

2003-10-01 Thread rtjohan
Which model of US Robotics did you get? I take it that it should work with FreeBSD Rel 5.1? C. Ulrich wrote: On Tue, 2003-09-30 at 21:15, Bill Campbell wrote: IMHO internal modems are to be avoided at all costs. Generally, I used to concur with this, but a couple years ago I bought a USR

Re: tar vs cp

2003-10-01 Thread Chuck Swiger
Jamie wrote: [ ... ] I don't know what the actual rationale is for this. Can anyone explain why it is oftentimes better to tar something rather than using cp when copying directories and their contents? tar handles symbolic links properly, whereas cp will copy through the contents of the

Re: Seagate/Conner CTT8000S problem on FreeBSD

2003-10-01 Thread Felix Deichmann
Sorin Chiorean wrote: Can anybody tell me how can I turn on hardware compression for this tape unit or what can I do to be able to buck up more then 4Gb ?? See

Re: Changing from POP3 server to IMAP server

2003-10-01 Thread Naveen Glore
Hello, Gary, thankyou for all the information. I will start working on setting up the mail server. Thanks, Naveen Gary [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Naveen, --On Tuesday, September 30, 2003 12:42:00 PM -0700 Naveen Glore wrote: In mailserver I think the messages will be stored in

I think I messed up with gettext.

2003-10-01 Thread Eric F Crist
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hey all, I've seen some results and possible solutions about upgrading the gettext port, but none of them thus far have helped me out. I upgraded gettext the other night, and ever since, get the error that libintl.so.4 doesn't exist. Anyone help? Thanks,

RE: I think I messed up with gettext.

2003-10-01 Thread Vince Hoffman
I think the only options are upgrading all ports that use libintl.so.4 (recomended) or (for now) ln -s /usr/local/lib/libintl.so /usr/local/lib/libintl.so.4 (not recomended but works for me(tm) -Original Message- From: Eric F Crist [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 01 October 2003

Re: I think I messed up with gettext.

2003-10-01 Thread srenna
You know, I've also been running into problems. Ever since upgrading gettext to 0.12.1 from 0.11.5 I'm getting all sorts of issues when it comes to installing certain things(such as gnome and kde and the like). Do you happen to know of a way to downgrade? seems like it will be hard since so

Re: Changing from POP3 server to IMAP server

2003-10-01 Thread Gary
On Wed, Oct 01, 2003 at 10:40:23AM -0700 or thereabouts, Naveen Glore wrote: Gary, thankyou for all the information. I will start working on setting up the mail server. You are welcome. Once you get the hang of it, you will appreciate its simplicity. It's the concept that has to sink in g

Re: I think I messed up with gettext.

2003-10-01 Thread Eric F Crist
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Thanks, that worked... I've done that before, but I was trying to avoid it. That was the solution I was getting from a google search, but was wondering if there was a 'correct' way to do it. FI for now. I'll just update everything else as I go along.

Re: I think I messed up with gettext.

2003-10-01 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Wed, Oct 01, 2003 at 01:49:44PM -0400, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You know, I've also been running into problems. Ever since upgrading gettext to 0.12.1 from 0.11.5 I'm getting all sorts of issues when it comes to installing certain things(such as gnome and kde and the like). Do you

RE: Perl cgi redirect not working - Partially solved

2003-10-01 Thread Charles Howse
Hi, I'm *copying an example* perl cgi script from FreeBSD Unleashed pp. 699. I have 2 issues. 1. The redirect on the last line isn't working. It opens a blank page and prints the text Location: http://howse.no-ip.org/thanks.shtml;. That's not what I want. I want to open the page

Mail-list PGP Keys

2003-10-01 Thread Eric F Crist
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hey all, I, as well as many of you, utilize a pgp signature. I would love to be able to verify them, rather than get a message that the signature is unkown. With that, what's the point, right? Is there a place we can all go, or something we can all do to

Re: Mail-list PGP Keys

2003-10-01 Thread Eric F Crist
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- On Wednesday 01 October 2003 01:09 pm, Andy Harrison wrote: ~ On 01-Oct-2003, Eric F Crist wrote message Mail-list PGP Keys ~ I, as well

Firewall problem

2003-10-01 Thread Gary
I have set my firewall to firewall_type=open firewall_enable=YES and when I want to drop a specific IP, I enter it manually, it accepts it, but it does not drop the packets.. I am getting a lot of virus activity on my SMTP port 25. So I wanted to drop a few IP ranges/addresses.. 00100 62054

Re: Firewall problem

2003-10-01 Thread Rob Ellis
On Wed, Oct 01, 2003 at 01:18:17PM -0500, Gary wrote: I have set my firewall to firewall_type=open firewall_enable=YES and when I want to drop a specific IP, I enter it manually, it accepts it, but it does not drop the packets.. I am getting a lot of virus activity on my SMTP port 25.

RE: Firewall problem

2003-10-01 Thread Vince Hoffman
you have allow ip from any to any before your deny rules, unless my memory is seriously faulty (always possible) a packet will match that rule and never get to your deny rules. -Original Message- From: Gary [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 01 October 2003 19:18 To: FreeBSD Subject:

Re: Mail-list PGP Keys

2003-10-01 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Wed, Oct 01, 2003 at 01:15:03PM -0500, Eric F Crist wrote: How do I submit my keys? TIA 1) Don't middle-post 2) Read the URL provided. Just a little pet peeve. AFAIK, most people use http://pgp.mit.edu to submit their keys. Kris pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

Is My DVD Drive Failing, or Have I Mangled Something?

2003-10-01 Thread Fish
I'm running -CURRENT on a Dell Inspiron 8200, and have been for over a year now. Relatively recently (in the last few months) I've started having problems with the DVD drive in that I will sometimes have to remove/reinsert a disk, data, video, or audio, before it will read. Until very recently

Re: Firewall problem

2003-10-01 Thread Andrew L. Gould
On Wednesday 01 October 2003 01:18 pm, Gary wrote: I have set my firewall to firewall_type=open firewall_enable=YES and when I want to drop a specific IP, I enter it manually, it accepts it, but it does not drop the packets.. I am getting a lot of virus activity on my SMTP port 25. So I

Re: Mail-list PGP Keys

2003-10-01 Thread Eric F Crist
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- On Wednesday 01 October 2003 01:27 pm, Kris Kennaway wrote: Message was signed with unknown key. The validity of the signature cannot be verified. Problem: OpenPGP plug-in was not specified. Use the 'Settings-Configure KMail-Security' dialog to specify the

Re: Mail-list PGP Keys

2003-10-01 Thread Eric F Crist
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- On Wednesday 01 October 2003 01:27 pm, Kris Kennaway wrote: On Wed, Oct 01, 2003 at 01:15:03PM -0500, Eric F Crist wrote: How do I submit my keys? TIA 1) Don't middle-post 2) Read the URL provided. Just a little pet peeve. AFAIK, most

Re: I think I messed up with gettext.

2003-10-01 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Wed, Oct 01, 2003 at 01:49:44PM -0400, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've also been running into problems. Ever since upgrading gettext to 0.12.1 from 0.11.5 I'm getting all sorts of issues when it comes to installing certain things(such as gnome and kde and the like). Do you happen to know

Re: Mail-list PGP Keys

2003-10-01 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Wed, Oct 01, 2003 at 01:42:01PM -0500, Eric F Crist wrote: I downloaded your key from http://pgp.mit.edu and tried to add it. I have pgp 5.x installed and added your key with pgpk -a k_kennaway (the file I saved) and I still get the plugin error for kmail. gpg (which is what I use) has a

Re: Mail-list PGP Keys

2003-10-01 Thread Eric F Crist
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- On Wednesday 01 October 2003 01:50 pm, Matthew Seaman wrote: On Wed, Oct 01, 2003 at 01:42:01PM -0500, Eric F Crist wrote: I downloaded your key from http://pgp.mit.edu and tried to add it. I have pgp 5.x installed and added your key with pgpk -a

WARNING unreserved major device number...

2003-10-01 Thread Redmond Militante
hi all i have a couple of errors when i run dmesg ... IP Filter: already initialized WARNING: driver rtc used unreserved major device number 202 WARNING: driver vmmon used unreserved major device number 200 /dev/vmmon: Module vmmon: registered with major=200 minor=0 tag=$Name: build-570 + $

Re: Mail-list PGP Keys

2003-10-01 Thread Andy Harrison
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- ~ On 01-Oct-2003, Eric F Crist wrote message Re: Mail-list PGP Keys ~ How do I submit my keys? Here's something I whipped up to do it for

Re: Firewall problem

2003-10-01 Thread Micheas Herman
On Wed, 2003-10-01 at 11:18, Gary wrote: I have set my firewall to firewall_type=open firewall_enable=YES and when I want to drop a specific IP, I enter it manually, it accepts it, but it does not drop the packets.. I am getting a lot of virus activity on my SMTP port 25. So I wanted

Re: Mail-list PGP Keys

2003-10-01 Thread Andy Harrison
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- ~ On 01-Oct-2003, Eric F Crist wrote message Re: Mail-list PGP Keys ~ I don't see a port in /usr/ports/security for gpg. I see gpgme, but

Re: Mail-list PGP Keys

2003-10-01 Thread Eric F Crist
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- On Wednesday 01 October 2003 02:05 pm, Andy Harrison wrote: ~ On 01-Oct-2003, Eric F Crist wrote message Re: Mail-list PGP Keys ~ I

Re: Firewall problem

2003-10-01 Thread Gary
On Wed, Oct 01, 2003 at 02:24:51PM -0400 or thereabouts, Rob Ellis wrote: On Wed, Oct 01, 2003 at 01:18:17PM -0500, Gary wrote: I am getting a lot of virus activity on my SMTP port 25. So I wanted to drop a few IP ranges/addresses.. 00100 62054 5483792 allow ip from any to any via lo0

Re: Firewall problem

2003-10-01 Thread Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P.
Andrew L. Gould wrote: On Wednesday 01 October 2003 01:18 pm, Gary wrote: I have set my firewall to firewall_type=open firewall_enable=YES and when I want to drop a specific IP, I enter it manually, it accepts it, but it does not drop the packets.. I am getting a lot of virus activity on my

Re: Mail-list PGP Keys

2003-10-01 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Wed, Oct 01, 2003 at 02:01:56PM -0500, Eric F Crist wrote: On Wednesday 01 October 2003 01:50 pm, Matthew Seaman wrote: On Wed, Oct 01, 2003 at 01:42:01PM -0500, Eric F Crist wrote: I downloaded your key from http://pgp.mit.edu and tried to add it. I have pgp 5.x installed and added

Re: Firewall problem

2003-10-01 Thread Gary
Hello Kevin, Wednesday, October 1, 2003, 2:14:16 PM, you wrote: SP Yes, in this case, since this is ipfw, and first match wins. SP Using ipf, it's the opposite; gotta love 'Nix! ;-) Yah, really g How does one get started on IPF... IIRC, they have more ftures / context ... -- Best

upgrading to 4 stable

2003-10-01 Thread Damien Hull
I upgraded to 4 stable using the sup file in /usr/share/example/cvsup/stable-supfile. I edited the file to include the ports and doc. What I got was 4.9 prerelease. With this version I can't use /stand/sysinstall to install software. It keeps telling me that the FTP server doesn't have the

Re: Mail-list PGP Keys

2003-10-01 Thread Kirk Strauser
At 2003-10-01T19:04:46Z, Andy Harrison [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Here's something I whipped up to do it for me. You'll have to change the pgp command line to suit your version. Erm, wouldn't: gpg --send-key mykeyid be easier? -- Kirk Strauser 94 outdated ports on the box, 94 outdated

Re: I think I messed up with gettext.

2003-10-01 Thread Kirk Strauser
At 2003-10-01T18:43:39Z, Matthew Seaman [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Ideally that should occur only when there is an incompatible change to the ABI (application binary interface) provided by the library, and not as some sort of parallel to the package version number. It was my understanding that

Re: Mail-list PGP Keys

2003-10-01 Thread Eric F Crist
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Wednesday 01 October 2003 02:18 pm, Matthew Seaman wrote: On Wed, Oct 01, 2003 at 02:01:56PM -0500, Eric F Crist wrote: On Wednesday 01 October 2003 01:50 pm, Matthew Seaman wrote: On Wed, Oct 01, 2003 at 01:42:01PM -0500, Eric F Crist wrote:

Re: Mail-list PGP Keys

2003-10-01 Thread Andy Harrison
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- ~ On 01-Oct-2003, Kirk Strauser wrote message Re: Mail-list PGP Keys ~ Erm, wouldn't: gpg --send-key mykeyid be easier? Were I a

Re: tar vs cp

2003-10-01 Thread Felix Deichmann
Chuck Swiger wrote: tar handles symbolic links properly, whereas cp will copy through the contents of the link. Also true for cp -R? :-) ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe,

Re: upgrading to 4 stable

2003-10-01 Thread Mike Maltese
What I got was 4.9 prerelease. With this version I can't use /stand/sysinstall to install software. It keeps telling me that the FTP server doesn't have the ports for 4.9. The ports in /usr/ports work fine but it would be nice to use /stand/sysinstall. Why use sysinstall for this? Why not

Re: Mail-list PGP Keys

2003-10-01 Thread Eric F Crist
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Wednesday 01 October 2003 02:43 pm, Andy Harrison wrote: ~ On 01-Oct-2003, Kirk Strauser wrote message Re: Mail-list PGP Keys

Re: I think I messed up with gettext.

2003-10-01 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Wed, Oct 01, 2003 at 02:38:48PM -0500, Kirk Strauser wrote: At 2003-10-01T18:43:39Z, Matthew Seaman [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Ideally that should occur only when there is an incompatible change to the ABI (application binary interface) provided by the library, and not as some sort of

Re: tar vs cp

2003-10-01 Thread Charles Swiger
On Wednesday, October 1, 2003, at 04:03 PM, Felix Deichmann wrote: Chuck Swiger wrote: tar handles symbolic links properly, whereas cp will copy through the contents of the link. Also true for cp -R? :-) No, but not all systems have cp -R, although FreeBSD does. Likewise for the -p or

newbie question - how to pass textfile as an argument

2003-10-01 Thread Martin Vana
Hi, I was just wondering if there is a way how to pass a text file with list of path/files to programs like cp/mv. Thanx Martin ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any

Headless question

2003-10-01 Thread Darryl Hoar
Greetings, I installed 4.7 on a machine last weekend. This machines main purpose is just to be a mysql database server. Do you have to do anything special to run it without a monitor (space considerations) ? thanks -D ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing

Re: newbie question - how to pass textfile as an argument

2003-10-01 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Oct 01), Martin Vana said: I was just wondering if there is a way how to pass a text file with list of path/files to programs like cp/mv. If the list is small (less than 65000 characters total): cp $(cat myfile) /otherdir/ If the list is large: xargs myfile -J% cp %

Re: newbie question - how to pass textfile as an argument

2003-10-01 Thread Andy Harrison
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- ~ On 01-Oct-2003, Martin Vana wrote message newbie question - how to pass textfile as an argument ~ I was just wondering if there is a way

Re: tar vs cp

2003-10-01 Thread Viktor Lazlo
On Wed, 1 Oct 2003, Charles Swiger wrote: On Wednesday, October 1, 2003, at 04:03 PM, Felix Deichmann wrote: Chuck Swiger wrote: tar handles symbolic links properly, whereas cp will copy through the contents of the link. Also true for cp -R? :-) No, but not all systems have cp -R,

Re: Mail-list PGP Keys

2003-10-01 Thread Mark Woodson
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Wednesday 01 October 2003 12:08 pm, Eric F Crist wrote: Does this fix the mime/plugin error in Kmail? That's what Im really looking to do now. You need to configure KDE and Kmail to recognize the gpg plugin.

Re: Headless question

2003-10-01 Thread Kirk Strauser
At 2003-10-01T20:29:06Z, Darryl Hoar [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Do you have to do anything special to run it without a monitor (space considerations) ? I've been using a headless Alpha tracking 4-STABLE for about a year without taking any special measures. -- Kirk Strauser 94 outdated ports

Re: newbie question - how to pass textfile as an argument

2003-10-01 Thread Viktor Lazlo
On Wed, 1 Oct 2003, Dan Nelson wrote: In the last episode (Oct 01), Martin Vana said: I was just wondering if there is a way how to pass a text file with list of path/files to programs like cp/mv. If the list is small (less than 65000 characters total): cp $(cat myfile) /otherdir/

Re: Headless question

2003-10-01 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Oct 01), Kirk Strauser said: At 2003-10-01T20:29:06Z, Darryl Hoar [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Do you have to do anything special to run it without a monitor (space considerations) ? I've been using a headless Alpha tracking 4-STABLE for about a year without taking any

creating a package

2003-10-01 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Hi all, I want to distribute my software as a FreeBSD package. I have been through the porters handbook, but it soes not give comprehensive info about how to build packages. Is there a good doc on how to do that. Also what is the difference between .tbz and .tgz packages. Are they compatible ?

Re: IDE RAID controllers

2003-10-01 Thread Dan Strick
On Wed, 1 Oct 2003, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Anyone used any IDE RAID controllers recently under FreeBSD? I've found the Promise Fastrak stuff works really well for 0 1 but doesn't support RAID 5. We need a big filesystem, doesn't need to be all that fast or reliable, and were ogling the

Re: Headless question

2003-10-01 Thread Mike Tancsa
At 04:29 PM 01/10/2003, Darryl Hoar wrote: Greetings, I installed 4.7 on a machine last weekend. This machines main purpose is just to be a mysql database server. Do you have to do anything special to run it without a monitor (space considerations) ? Its handy to enable serial console access.

Re: Mail-list PGP Keys

2003-10-01 Thread Eric F Crist
On Wednesday 01 October 2003 03:47 pm, Mark Woodson wrote: On Wednesday 01 October 2003 12:08 pm, Eric F Crist wrote: Does this fix the mime/plugin error in Kmail? That's what Im really looking to do now. You need to configure KDE and Kmail to recognize the gpg plugin.

Re: Mail-list PGP Keys

2003-10-01 Thread Eric F Crist
On Wednesday 01 October 2003 04:33 pm, Eric F Crist wrote: On Wednesday 01 October 2003 03:47 pm, Mark Woodson wrote: On Wednesday 01 October 2003 12:08 pm, Eric F Crist wrote: Does this fix the mime/plugin error in Kmail? That's what Im really looking to do now. You need to

Re: Mail-list PGP Keys

2003-10-01 Thread Mark Woodson
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Wednesday 01 October 2003 02:33 pm, Eric F Crist wrote: On Wednesday 01 October 2003 03:47 pm, Mark Woodson wrote: On Wednesday 01 October 2003 12:08 pm, Eric F Crist wrote: Does this fix the mime/plugin error in Kmail? That's what Im

Re: Mail-list PGP Keys

2003-10-01 Thread Eric F Crist
On Wednesday 01 October 2003 04:42 pm, Mark Woodson wrote: ::snip:: Wow, going through a lot to get this MIME stuff working. Maybe someone can help me with this. Yes, unfortunately it's not all that user friendly a process. Though it's still relatively easy. I had 'Keep passphrase

Re: Headless question

2003-10-01 Thread Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P.
Mike Tancsa wrote: At 04:29 PM 01/10/2003, Darryl Hoar wrote: Greetings, I installed 4.7 on a machine last weekend. This machines main purpose is just to be a mysql database server. Do you have to do anything special to run it without a monitor (space considerations) ? Its handy to enable

RE: Mail-list PGP Keys SOLVED!!!!!!

2003-10-01 Thread Eric F Crist
Hey all, Thanks for putting in your time. I finally got everything working the way it's supposed to. I forgot to add the ./.gnupg/gpg-agent.conf file with a pinentry program. DOH! I can now sign and encrypt, as well as verify and decrypt all MIME and standard pgp messages. My only, final

Re: FreeBSD Fax Server?

2003-10-01 Thread Ekrem
On Thu, 2003-10-02 at 03:18, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Which model of US Robotics did you get? I take it that it should work with FreeBSD Rel 5.1? C. Ulrich wrote: On Tue, 2003-09-30 at 21:15, Bill Campbell wrote: IMHO internal modems are to be avoided at all costs.

IM server

2003-10-01 Thread Kenzo
I was wondering what ports there are for an IM server. I looked and only found jabber. I was wondering if anyone installed it and what other IM server can I use in FreeBSD. I want to install a simple IM server only for LAN use. Thanks ___ [EMAIL

Need a Makefile expert.

2003-10-01 Thread Julian Elischer
I'm trying to compile npasswd (from utexas). I know that it doesn't work on freeBSD, but I have some work to make it do so, if only I could get the damned thing to compile automatically.. (I can do lots of it by hand but it's a pain) After running Configure, I type make and I get: [lots-o-stuff]

Re: tar vs cp

2003-10-01 Thread Pat Lashley
--On Wednesday, October 01, 2003 13:22:36 -0400 Chuck Swiger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Jamie wrote: [ ... ] I don't know what the actual rationale is for this. Can anyone explain why it is oftentimes better to tar something rather than using cp when copying directories and their contents?

Re: Need a Makefile expert.

2003-10-01 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Oct 01), Julian Elischer said: I'm trying to compile npasswd (from utexas). I know that it doesn't work on freeBSD, but I have some work to make it do so, if only I could get the damned thing to compile automatically.. (I can do lots of it by hand but it's a pain)

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