Re: 5Dwm

2003-10-23 Thread Tak Pui LOU
I won't have the time to commit myself besides that it seems to require some lower level programming skill for some parts. I definitely hope someone do it right. Anyway, I saw some discussion about bring the workspace manager back in the future openmotif release. That may solve my problem too.

MultiLinking ADSL connections

2003-10-23 Thread Leon Verheem
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Which Releases are stillsupported

2003-10-23 Thread bsd
Hi all. I know things are very different in the Open Source world, so the concept of officially supported versions is probably nonsense, but here's my dilemma: I received an email from Cyclades in which they told me: I am sorry to tell you, but the latest FreeBSD version supported by our

Re: Which Releases are stillsupported

2003-10-23 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Thu, Oct 23, 2003 at 09:36:19AM +0200, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all. I know things are very different in the Open Source world, so the concept of officially supported versions is probably nonsense, but here's my dilemma: I received an email from Cyclades in which they told me: I

Re: image a disk/partition?

2003-10-23 Thread lists
Dmitry Mityugov wrote: Hi, I am looking for a program that would let me image HDDs in my test lab and restore them, either completely or just a few first partitions. I don't mind buying it (although freeware would be preferred of course) but I don't want to buy an OS to host this program on, so

Re: Automatic mounting of removable meadia

2003-10-23 Thread Heinrich Rebehn
Christopher T. Johnson wrote: Heinrich Rebehn wrote: Yes. Although it does not provide automatic mounting upon insertion of the disk (like windows does), it would be a solution. Unfortunately man amd does not say anything about the format of the map for a local device and i was unable to find

Re: Which Releases arestillsupported

2003-10-23 Thread bsd
Kris Kennaway writes: Most forms of support provided by the FreeBSD Project are on an ad-hoc basis, since it's a community-supported project. Typically, old releases do not get bug fixes beyond security fixes (for a limited lifetime, see http://www.freebsd.org/security), so bug reports against

Re: Firewall rules

2003-10-23 Thread Petre Bandac
www.kgb.ro/Ipfw-HOWTO HTH, petre On Wednesday 22 October 2003 18:05 Anno Domini, fbsd_user wrote using one of his keyboards: The FBSD handbook gives the idea that IPFW is the only firewall. FBSD also comes with ipfilter which is much easier to use and sertup. Google the questions archives

Freebsd 4.8 Command to finish typing

2003-10-23 Thread DanB
How do you have Freebsd 4.8 finish typing a line? On older version I just type Ma and escape to finish typing Make. Dan ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to

Re: Freebsd 4.8 Command to finish typing

2003-10-23 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
DanB wrote: How do you have Freebsd 4.8 finish typing a line? On older version I just type Ma and escape to finish typing Make. Under csh, you can type CTRL-D ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions

Re: strange dump (dark matter?)

2003-10-23 Thread Scott Mitchell
On Wed, Oct 22, 2003 at 10:01:51PM -0400, Ryan Sandridge wrote: Well, as a newbie, it only took me about 10 hours to figure out on my own that I needed to run fsck. It showed me that I had an unreferenced file hiding on my disk; however fsck never seemed to work as documented. I couldn't

Re: Firewall rules

2003-10-23 Thread Richard Coleman
Do a quick google search on building freebsd firewall. I was building a FreeBSD firewall this week, and several of these sites were very helpful. There are sites for both ipfilter and ipfw. So, take your pick. I'm using ipfilter, but either firewall method will be sufficient for most

Re: Freebsd 4.8 Command to finish typing

2003-10-23 Thread Ruben de Groot
On Thu, Oct 23, 2003 at 08:37:52AM +, DanB typed: How do you have Freebsd 4.8 finish typing a line? On older version I just type Ma and escape to finish typing Make. That depends on your shell. You're probably used to a bourne-shell variant like ksh, where ESC is used for word completion.

Re: Searching contents of files

2003-10-23 Thread Richard Coleman
Here is the classical way to do a recursive grep. For csh/tcsh, define the alias alias rgrep 'find . -type f -print | xargs egrep -i \!* /dev/null' For bash/zsh, define the shell function rgrep() { find . -type f -print | xargs egrep -i $1 /dev/null} There are several variations of

RE: Firewall rules

2003-10-23 Thread Philip Payne
Hi, I've found fwbuilder (/usr/ports/fwbuilder) to be very useful. Nice GUI for writing your firewall policy. Some simple Druids :-/ for generating generic rulesets. Formerly, I've always configured the firewall from command line but this certainly helps in managing your policy. I admit, I'm an

icewm port: make error

2003-10-23 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Hi, while trying to install the icewm (a window manager) port, the make command stops with the error : . . configure: error: Xinerama can not be found . . . . . . . the full message is reported in the output included below (see OUTPUT of the make command). Anybody can help ? Thank you Bruno

Re: SSHD Host Based Authentication NOT working

2003-10-23 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Wed, Oct 22, 2003 at 10:03:23PM -0400, Gene Mats wrote: Hello, I am having a problem with activating SSHD Host Based Authentication on my FreeBSD OS. Below is my /etc/ssh/sshd_config file. HostbasedAuthentication yes PermitRootLogin no VerifyReverseMapping yes IgnoreRhosts yes

Re: Fwd: Help: tar find

2003-10-23 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Wed, Oct 22, 2003 at 10:43:50PM -0600, Scott Gerhardt wrote: I am having trouble combining the tar and find command. I want to tar and delete all .bak,.Bak,.BAK files. I am using the following command but keep receiving errors. The tar command appears to be receiving a truncated

RE: Dynamic Disks FreeBSD

2003-10-23 Thread Ivailo Tanusheff
AFAIK it's impossible. The problem is that Micro$oft writes their own MBR. Although I think there are some distributions that can mount such drive, you can't boot different OS from this disk (yet). But still you can revert dynamic disk to basic from Disk administration utility in Windows 2000/XP.

Re: Fwd: Help: tar find

2003-10-23 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Thu, Oct 23, 2003 at 12:34:40PM +0100, Matthew Seaman wrote: On Wed, Oct 22, 2003 at 10:43:50PM -0600, Scott Gerhardt wrote: I am having trouble combining the tar and find command. I want to tar and delete all .bak,.Bak,.BAK files. I am using the following command but keep

irq conflict laptop with 5.1-current

2003-10-23 Thread Ronald Klop
Hello, Running my laptop Compaq Armada 7400 with 5.1-CURRENT from about two days ago. The OHCI (USB) is on IRQ 11 and the PCCARD/CARDBUS also. I now get a 'arp: unknown hardware address format (0x)' errors. The 0x can also be 0x2063 or oxfc00 or something else. I think it's an irq

Re: firebird, java, artsd, sound

2003-10-23 Thread Jan Grant
On Wed, 22 Oct 2003, John Nielsen wrote: The problem I'm seeing is that when a java applet uses sound, and another application tries to use sound, the applet crashes, soon followed by the browser. Once the browser exits, the sound in the other application will play. I am using KDE as my

IPFW Log anlysis tools

2003-10-23 Thread p.j.payne
Hi, Does anyone know of any good tools for analysing the output from IPFW in /var/log/security? Thanks, Phil. - Email provided by http://www.ntlhome.com/ ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: Freebsd 4.8 Command to finish typing

2003-10-23 Thread Robert Huff
Ruben de Groot writes: How do you have Freebsd 4.8 finish typing a line? On older version I just type Ma and escape to finish typing Make. That depends on your shell. You're probably used to a bourne-shell variant like ksh, where ESC is used for word completion. In csh, use the

Re: Upgrade to 4.8 RELEASE

2003-10-23 Thread Jesse Guardiani
Jud wrote: On Sat, 18 Oct 2003 20:04:39 -0400, Robert H. Perry [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [...] Unless there is a specific reason not to do so, cvsup and make world would seem to be an easier and altogether better way to go for an upgrade from one minor version number to the next. Many

ATA Raid cards

2003-10-23 Thread Mathieu Arnold
Hi, I'm in a need of such a card, but I can't find out which cards are only doing raid under windows with specific drivers, and which cards are doing real hard raid. -- Mathieu Arnold pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: ATA Raid cards

2003-10-23 Thread Mike Tancsa
3ware is the way to go in my experience. They work really well under FreeBSD, Windows and Linux. The FreeBSD drivers were originally written by Mike Smith and Paul Saab is now maintaining them. They are not overly fancy in FreeBSD but they do what they are designed to do. I have used them

can't print Postscript to HP 5si/mx printer.

2003-10-23 Thread Guy Middleton
We have an HP 5si/mx printer with PS installed, but when I try printing to it, the PS source is printed. The same printcap entry correctly prints onto an HP 5m printer. This is the printcap entry: lp:\ :sh:\ :rm=192.168.1.101:sd=/var/spool/output/lpd:lf=/var/log/lpd-errs: Is

IDE Drives

2003-10-23 Thread David Bergerson
Hello, I have a FreeBSD 4.7 box. It has a promise raid card supporting two drives in a mirrored config. It has two drives on the IDE bus. I had to physically move the motherboard to a different case. In the old case config, the drives were connected to a ATA card to get over the 137g limit

Migrating from Linux: mounting ext2fs

2003-10-23 Thread Miguel Gonçalves
Dear BSDers, I am about to move a workgroup server from Linux to FreeBSD. How stable is the FreeBSD support for ext2fs? Best regards, Miguel Gonçalves [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- http://www.fe.up.pt/~miguelg/ ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Probably dumb apache question

2003-10-23 Thread Brent Wiese
Probably not the most appropriate list for this, but the best of the ones I subscribe to... I have set up a new freebsd/apache/mod_ssl server. I want to force all connections to use SSL. I know I can simply turn off listening on port 80, but because I know people using this site will

Re: Probably dumb apache question

2003-10-23 Thread Dirk-Willem van Gulik
I have set up a new freebsd/apache/mod_ssl server. I want to force all connections to use SSL. I know I can simply turn off listening on port 80, but because I know people using this site will instinctivly type http instead of https, I'd like to force a redirect. VirtualHost

Re: Migrating from Linux: mounting ext2fs

2003-10-23 Thread ogautherot
Hi Miguel! Miguel_Gonçalves écrit: Dear BSDers, I am about to move a workgroup server from Linux to FreeBSD. How stable is the FreeBSD support for ext2fs? I am currently using it happily (for the same purpose as yours). Beware that the fsck_ext2fs needs to be re-linked if you want to

Re: Fwd: Help: tar find

2003-10-23 Thread Steve D
On Wed, Oct 22, 2003 at 10:43:50PM -0600, Scott Gerhardt wrote: I am having trouble combining the tar and find command. I want to tar and delete all .bak,.Bak,.BAK files. I am using the following command but keep receiving errors. [...] The script is as follows

Temporarily changing the time

2003-10-23 Thread Gerard Samuel
Could someone point me to a man page, where I can temporarily change the time on FBSD 4.8. Im testing a php script and Im looking to see how it will handle the upcoming time change this weekend. Thanks ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

FreeBSD 5.1 release on a toshiba tecra 8000 - Sound Config?

2003-10-23 Thread Dhiren
hi gurus .. need help configuring sound card (opl3sa2) on a tecra 8000 laptop. It's been giving me hell for a while now ... Tried adding 'device pcm' and recompiled kernel ... no use. Tried adding 'options PNPBIOS' as well .. on config, it says 'unknown option PNPBIOS ...' something tells me

RE: Probably dumb apache question

2003-10-23 Thread Jason Lavigne
RewriteEngine on RewriteRule ^/ https://your.secure.domain.com [R] cheers Jay -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Brent Wiese Sent: Wednesday, October 22, 2003 9:03 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Probably dumb apache

RE: Temporarily changing the time

2003-10-23 Thread Jason Lavigne
man date, is this what you are looking for? If you are running ntp you will want to turn it off while you are changing the time. cheers Jay -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Gerard Samuel Sent: Thursday, October 23, 2003 10:46 AM To:

Re: Temporarily changing the time

2003-10-23 Thread Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P.
Gerard Samuel wrote: Could someone point me to a man page, where I can temporarily change the time on FBSD 4.8. Im testing a php script and Im looking to see how it will handle the upcoming time change this weekend. Thanks Hmm, I'm going to step out on a limb and recommend: $man date You can

Re: Need some insight on error messages that I am getting.

2003-10-23 Thread Marshall Heartley
snip Try tweaking it up to, say, WDMA2, etc. and see what happens... OK I changed it to WDMA2 and it seems to behave! Well I went a little further and changed it back to UDMA33 and slowed the ad0 drive to UDMA33. It was previously set at UDMA66. Did the copy operation again, it did not show

How can I set up a STABLE machien to compile Gnome apps from source?

2003-10-23 Thread stan
Wonderful as the ports system is, there comes a time in life when I need to compile packages outside that system. Lately I have been totaly unable to nuild anything Gnome related. I keep getting errors about gnomeConf.sh not being found. What do I need to do to set up my achine to allow building

Re: gaim and MSN

2003-10-23 Thread Antoine Fafard
I'am using amsn 0.83 and it's working fine. The ports are still to 0.82 (Not working version) You have to download amsn from sourceforge Antoine Tak Pui LOU wrote: Thanks for telling me that. I was too busy so I try to look up the reason. I don't want to use applications that depend on so many

Apache on two nic's

2003-10-23 Thread Damien Hull
I've got Apache running on 4 stable. The server started out with one network card plugged into our privet network. We could get to the website on the server just fine. Here is what we want 1. access from the outside 2. some websites will be internal and others will be public Here is my quick

Re: Temporarily changing the time

2003-10-23 Thread Gerard Samuel
Gerard Samuel wrote: Could someone point me to a man page, where I can temporarily change the time on FBSD 4.8. Im testing a php script and Im looking to see how it will handle the upcoming time change this weekend. Thanks Thanks for your replies. Time to go read...

RE: Apache on two nic's

2003-10-23 Thread Jason Lavigne
Look in your apache config for # # Listen: Allows you to bind Apache to specific IP addresses and/or # ports, in addition to the default. See also the VirtualHost # directive. # #Listen 12.34.56.78:80 and list all the IPs you want apache to listen on. HTH cheers Jay -Original

Re: Apache on two nic's

2003-10-23 Thread Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P.
Damien Hull wrote: I've got Apache running on 4 stable. The server started out with one network card plugged into our privet network. We could get to the website on the server just fine. Here is what we want 1. access from the outside 2. some websites will be internal and others will be public

Re: Upgrade to 4.8 RELEASE

2003-10-23 Thread Jud
On Thu, 23 Oct 2003 09:21:13 -0400, Jesse Guardiani [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Jud wrote: On Sat, 18 Oct 2003 20:04:39 -0400, Robert H. Perry [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [...] Unless there is a specific reason not to do so, cvsup and make world would seem to be an easier and altogether

Re: ATA Raid cards

2003-10-23 Thread Jeremy D. Pavleck
On Thu, 23 Oct 2003, Mike Tancsa wrote: 3ware is the way to go in my experience. They work really well under FreeBSD, Windows and Linux. The FreeBSD drivers were originally written by Mike Smith and Paul Saab is now maintaining them. They are not overly fancy in FreeBSD but they do

RE: Any Ideas On X Freezing up with NVIDIA Drivers?

2003-10-23 Thread Chris Readle
Hi, What Nvidia card are you using? What drivers are you using? Can you post your dmesg, uname -a and XF86Config? chris --- Brian Black [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I am also having alot of problems, my problem is when i load the driver and try to run X i am getting crazy matrix like

Re: ATA Raid cards

2003-10-23 Thread Jud
On Thu, 23 Oct 2003 15:42:25 +0200, Mathieu Arnold [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Hi, I'm in a need of such a card, but I can't find out which cards are only doing raid under windows with specific drivers, and which cards are doing real hard raid. Depends what you want to do with it. My

RE: Dynamic Disks FreeBSD

2003-10-23 Thread Jud
On Thu, 23 Oct 2003 14:35:20 +0300, Ivailo Tanusheff [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: [snip] But still you can revert dynamic disk to basic from Disk administration utility in Windows 2000/XP. You will want to take an image of the drive(s) or otherwise backup desired apps and data beforehand. In

Re: Re: Apache on two nic's

2003-10-23 Thread dhull
The other network card is working. I can ssh into the server from our internall network on the outside address. I still can't connect to the website though. Apache seems to be the only thing that doesn't work on the new address. ---Original Message--- gt; From: Kevin D. Kinsey,

Open SSH, sshd_config on FreeBSD vs. NetBSD re: X11

2003-10-23 Thread Joe Altman
From the FreeBSD man page: X11Forwarding Specifies whether X11 forwarding is permitted. The argument must be ``yes'' or ``no''. The default is ``yes''. From the NetBSD page: X11Forwarding Specifies whether X11 forwarding is permitted. The

Re: irq conflict laptop with 5.1-current

2003-10-23 Thread Kevin Oberman
Date: Thu, 23 Oct 2003 13:45:28 +0200 From: Ronald Klop [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sender: [EMAIL PROTECTED] (Forwarding to -current; -questions and searching the net didn't give an answer.) Hello, Running my laptop Compaq Armada 7400 with 5.1-CURRENT from about two days ago. The OHCI

Running apache twice on the same system

2003-10-23 Thread dhull
How do I get apache to run twice on the same system? I want them to listen to different IP addresses. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Activesync?

2003-10-23 Thread Manfred Riem
Hi all, Possibly a newbie question, but I need to know if someone knows a utility to access a Windows CE based PDA? Regards, Mandfred. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send

FreeBSD installation smothered Windows

2003-10-23 Thread Fredrik Carlén
Hello! I installed FreeBSD 5.1-RELEASE recently, on a hard drive that's split into one 26GB Windows partition, and one 12GB FreeBSD partition (yes, I know, it's really unfair, but I use the music program Logic from Emagic a lot, so I have to keep Windows...otherwise, it would be out the door...).

IPFW + BRIDGE: network capacity question

2003-10-23 Thread Christopher Schulte
Hello everyone. I have an Intel D815EGEW board with a single PIII 1GHZ, 256MEG RAM, 2 Intel Pro 100MB cards. This will be used as an IPFW+bridging firewall with FreeBSD 4.8 (RELENG_4_8, perhaps RELENG_4_9 when available). My message is about network capacity. Assume that it will be processing

RE: Running apache twice on the same system

2003-10-23 Thread Vince Hoffman
You shouldnt need to run it twice, use virtual host directives to make one virtual host listen to one IP and the other to the other. all in the apache docs. http://httpd.apache.org/docs-2.0/vhosts/ip-based.html for version 2. otherwise create different conf files and point your apache

Re: Activesync?

2003-10-23 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Manfred Riem wrote: Possibly a newbie question, but I need to know if someone knows a utility to access a Windows CE based PDA? $ cat /usr/ports/palm/synce-libsynce/pkg-descr SynCE is a project for connecting to devices running Windows CE or Pocket PC. Libsynce provides common functions needed

Re: RE: Running apache twice on the same system

2003-10-23 Thread dhull
Here is my setup 1. the system has two network cards in it 2. One is connected on the outside of the network and the other is inside 3. I can get to the website on the inside IP address but not the outside Here is what I want 1. Have a website on the inside of the network 2. Have a website on the

Re: Fwd: Help: tar find

2003-10-23 Thread Steve D
Steve D [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Would the following approach also work? (Have sed surround each item returned by the find command with single quotes?) --- #! /bin/bash set +x TAR_DIR=/home/tarbackups; FILES_DIR=/home/common; tar --remove-files -cvzpf $TAR_DIR/bak_files_`date +%F`.tar.gz\

Re: Upgrade to 4.8 RELEASE

2003-10-23 Thread Jesse Guardiani
Jud wrote: On Thu, 23 Oct 2003 09:21:13 -0400, Jesse Guardiani [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Jud wrote: On Sat, 18 Oct 2003 20:04:39 -0400, Robert H. Perry [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [...] Unless there is a specific reason not to do so, cvsup and make world would seem to be an easier

RE: RE: Running apache twice on the same system

2003-10-23 Thread Vince Hoffman
too many variables to be able to give a definite answer but, 1) do other services (telnet/ftp/ssh/whatever) work on both IPs. 2) whats the output of grep ^Listen /path/to/httpd.conf(changing /path/to/ appropriately) (should just be Listen 80 ) 3) whats the output of sockstat |grep httpd

Re: Need some insight on error messages that I am getting.

2003-10-23 Thread Sergey 'DoubleF' Zaharchenko
On Thu, 23 Oct 2003 11:24:02 -0400 Marshall Heartley [EMAIL PROTECTED] probably wrote: snip Try tweaking it up to, say, WDMA2, etc. and see what happens... OK I changed it to WDMA2 and it seems to behave! Well I went a little further and changed it back to UDMA33 and slowed the ad0 drive

Re: Open SSH, sshd_config on FreeBSD vs. NetBSD re: X11

2003-10-23 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Thu, Oct 23, 2003 at 01:15:40PM -0400, Joe Altman wrote: From the FreeBSD man page: X11Forwarding Specifies whether X11 forwarding is permitted. The argument must be ``yes'' or ``no''. The default is ``yes''. From the NetBSD page:

Re: Open SSH, sshd_config on FreeBSD vs. NetBSD re: X11

2003-10-23 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Thu, Oct 23, 2003 at 01:15:40PM -0400, Joe Altman wrote: From the FreeBSD man page: X11Forwarding Specifies whether X11 forwarding is permitted. The argument must be ``yes'' or ``no''. The default is ``yes''. From the NetBSD page:

How i can encode pcm to mp3

2003-10-23 Thread sfinks12
Hello All. I wnat record radio, when i absent. When i use # lame , sound don't rec. I'am sory, but me english is VERY poor. -- FreeBSD FOREVER, sfinks12 mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] OS: FreeBSD 4.7 ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing

Re: How i can encode pcm to mp3

2003-10-23 Thread Mike Maltese
I wnat record radio, when i absent. When i use # lame , sound don't rec. I'm not sure what you're using to actually record with, but lame can encode pcm data to mp3. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

sendmail

2003-10-23 Thread Joseph Hartung
Hello We are using the latest version of sendmail on a firewall running freebsd4.7. We have set it up to accept mail for our domain then using dnsrbl check if to accept mail. If it accepts the mail it then forwards it to or virus scanner which then forwards to our mail server. Our problem is

Re[2]: How i can encode pcm to mp3

2003-10-23 Thread sfinks12
Hello Mike, Friday, October 24, 2003, 12:59:14 AM, you wrote: I wnat record radio, when i absent. When i use # lame , sound don't rec. MM I'm not sure what you're using to actually record with, but lame can encode MM pcm data to mp3. MM __ ./SOUND_REC 3600 | lame -[some options] -

Re: Need some insight on error messages that I am getting.

2003-10-23 Thread Marshall Heartley
snip \From ata(4) manpage: man The use of UDMA4(66MHz) and higher together with non-UDMA4 devices on the man same ATA channel is not recommended, unless they are run at the non-UDMA4 man device's lower speed. The driver has been designed to handle that kind man of setup but lots of older

icewm port: make error

2003-10-23 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Hi, while trying to install the icewm (a window manager) port, the make command stops with the error : . . configure: error: Xinerama can not be found . . . . . . . the full message is reported in the output included below (see OUTPUT of the make command). Anybody can help ? Thank you Bruno

LACP/802.3ad

2003-10-23 Thread Doug Fee
Does anyone know if FreeBSD supports 802.3ad? If so, does anyone know how to set it up? Thanks, -- Doug Fee, CISSP Network Design Engineer KYMMIS Project Unisys Corporation [EMAIL PROTECTED] Work1: 502-226-2143 Work2: 502-226-1148 Cell: 859-536-7584

DVD drive

2003-10-23 Thread bryan cassidy
I just bought a cheap ATAPI/IDE DVD drive from best buy. It's a Digital Research DRDVD1640. The box didn't say it was missing anything and I checked the box and there wasnt a IDE cable in there. It wasn't suppose to be one cause it didn't come with one. So, I was like thats fine for now I guess.

Re: DVD drive

2003-10-23 Thread Mike Maltese
DVD drive in and took the plugs from my cd-rom drive and pluged them into my dvd. I don't know shit about hardware so maybe I shouldn't have done this. Thats As long as it's jumpered correctly, this should be fine why I'm here. The handbook says I should ln -sf /dev/acd0c /dev/dvd and ln

Re: DVD drive

2003-10-23 Thread bryan cassidy
Well, I did that and when I try mplayer -vo dga -dvd 2 /dev/dvd I get the following error dev/dvd I get the following error Reading config file /usr/local/share/mplayer/mplayer.conf: No such file or directory Reading config file /home/bsdsys/.mplayer/config Reading

d/l,compiling question

2003-10-23 Thread M.D. DeWar
Hello, I may have missed this. Sometimes in the docs for a application it will say at a point you need to be root or have superuser permissions to do this I normally login in as user then su - over to superuser. (I hope thats the right terminology). Then I do the ./configure makes etc. Is that

Re: Freebsd 4.8 Command to finish typing

2003-10-23 Thread Paul Murphy
On Thu, 23 Oct 2003 08:54:58 -0400 Robert Huff [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ruben de Groot writes: How do you have Freebsd 4.8 finish typing a line? On older version I just type Ma and escape to finish typing Make. That depends on your shell. You're probably used to a

LINKSYS WPC11 802.1B Wireless Card, FREEBSD 4.8 STABLE, Toshiba Portege 7020 CT

2003-10-23 Thread Ernest H. Rice, III
Folks, I am running FreeBSD lumiere.ehr3.net 4.8-RELEASE FreeBSD 4.8-RELEASE #0: Thu Apr 3 10:53:38 GMT 2003 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC i386 on a Toshiba Portege 7020CT notebook. Everything works fine. I recently looked at the supported hardware doc and found that

Re: Migrating from Linux: mounting ext2fs

2003-10-23 Thread andi payn
On Wed, 2003-10-22 at 07:03, Miguel Gonalves wrote: How stable is the FreeBSD support for ext2fs? First, if you're planning to migrate your server permanently, you're probably better off reformatting in UFS: it's faster, and better for error recovery. And computers that mount nfs/Samba/whatever

Ftp changing times of files.

2003-10-23 Thread Grant Peel
Hello all, The default ftp client from one of my servers, seems to be changing the time and datestamps of files it gets from other servers. All my servers are set to the same time (within a minute) and set to the same timezone (EDT | EST). I have gone completely cross-eyed trying to troubleshoot

Re: ATA Raid cards

2003-10-23 Thread Guillaume
Mathieu Arnold wrote: Hi, I'm in a need of such a card, but I can't find out which cards are only doing raid under windows with specific drivers, and which cards are doing real hard raid. HightPoint RocketRAID 1540 (4 ports SATA) works very well for me and is not expensive (only ~$150 CAD).

Blank terminals, no monitor signal, oh my...

2003-10-23 Thread Andrew B
This has happened to me 3-5 times so far, in the past two months. The ttyvs are all black, the monitor acts as though it gets no signal... kind of. Specifically, the monitor will power down the screen after a bit, as normal. However, instead of the light blinking on 1 second intervals or so, it

Upgrading the kernel

2003-10-23 Thread Robert H. Perry
I'm upgrading from 4.7 RELEASE to 4.8 RELEASE soon. My understanding is that once you have built the world with buildworld, it's time to build and install the new kernel. My current kernel is customized with a sound card device and nothing else. The FreeBSD Handbook indicates that the safest

Re: DVD drive

2003-10-23 Thread Mike Maltese
Well, I did that and when I try mplayer -vo dga -dvd 2 /dev/dvd I get the following error Reading config file /usr/local/share/mplayer/mplayer.conf: No such file or directory Reading config file /home/bsdsys/.mplayer/config Reading /home/bsdsys/.mplayer/codecs.conf: can't open

Re: Upgrading the kernel

2003-10-23 Thread Ryan Thompson
Robert H. Perry wrote to FreeBSD-Questions: I'm upgrading from 4.7 RELEASE to 4.8 RELEASE soon. My understanding is that once you have built the world with buildworld, it's time to build and install the new kernel. In your scenario, yes, you'll definitely want to build a new kernel. In fact,

Re: Ftp changing times of files.

2003-10-23 Thread Ryan Thompson
Grant Peel wrote to [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hello all, The default ftp client from one of my servers You mean /usr/bin/ftp? , seems to be changing the time and datestamps of files it gets from other servers. To what? From what? Which time zones? mtime? ctime? atime? All my servers are set to

Re: d/l,compiling question

2003-10-23 Thread Ryan Thompson
M.D. DeWar wrote to [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hello, I may have missed this. Sometimes in the docs for a application it will say at a point you need to be root or have superuser permissions to do this I normally login in as user then su - over to superuser. (I hope thats the right

Re: Trying to see website from the Internet

2003-10-23 Thread Micke P
Hi, Well, it's not the router. I removed the router and went directly to the server. I actually installed another server on a windows box. And that didn't help. I called my ISP and they said they don't block ports. I'd be glad if anyone could point me in the right direction. I have set up

Re: Upgrading the kernel

2003-10-23 Thread Ryan Thompson
Robert H. Perry wrote to Ryan Thompson: In your scenario, yes, you'll definitely want to build a new kernel. In fact, I hope you elected to go with the security branch (RELENG_4_8), so that you get the 13 or so security related fixes that have been applied since 4.8 was released. Hadn't

Re: netstat -m

2003-10-23 Thread S H A N
hi, it may not be your mbufs in the first place. confirm the integrity of your layer 1 first. S H A N On Thu Oct 23, 2003 at 03:50:58AM SGT, Your Name wrote: -- Hi all I increased the kern.ipc.nmbclusters=129536 but still got the memory denied Can you help me what is the

pccardd - no PC-CARD slots on 5.1 release

2003-10-23 Thread twig les
Hey all, after googling for about 5 hours and trying everything I can think of on my own I hope someone can help. I just upgraded this morning from 4.9RC1 to 5.1 release and I can't seem to find my ethernet card. Laptop: Toshiba Tecra 8100 NIC: old 3Com 3C589C Kernel: Generic plus device [tab]

Re: Ftp changing times of files.

2003-10-23 Thread Ryan Thompson
[ CC'ing this back to -questions, and not trimming original message. Please CC [EMAIL PROTECTED] with your replies! ] Grant Peel wrote to Ryan Thompson: OK here goes I have 3 machines. enterprise excelsior voyager each have clients /usr/bin/ftp the forst two are running ProFTPD

Re: can't print Postscript to HP 5si/mx printer.

2003-10-23 Thread Warren Block
On Thu, 23 Oct 2003, Guy Middleton wrote: We have an HP 5si/mx printer with PS installed, but when I try printing to it, the PS source is printed. The same printcap entry correctly prints onto an HP 5m printer. This is the printcap entry: lp:\ :sh:\

calcru: negative time... lots of odd errors

2003-10-23 Thread Heath Volmer
Hopefully this one will get through... I've searched exhaustively for an answer to this question, and can only get answers that aren't entirely clear to me. I'm getting messages like: calcru: negative time of -630883 usec for pid 537(sh). Getting probably 40 or so at boot and an occasional

Re: Upgrading the kernel

2003-10-23 Thread Robert H. Perry
Ryan Thompson wrote: Robert H. Perry wrote to Ryan Thompson: In your scenario, yes, you'll definitely want to build a new kernel. In fact, I hope you elected to go with the security branch (RELENG_4_8), so that you get the 13 or so security related fixes that have been applied since 4.8 was

Samba and ADS Support PLEASE...

2003-10-23 Thread Matt Edwards
Is it necessary to modify the Makefile of the samba-devel port on FreeBSD in order to build the package with ADS support? I am not very familiar with the syntax of a Makefile, but I can not seem to find anything in the FreeBSD 5.1 samba-devel Makefile that talks of OpenLDAP, a requirement to

Static NAT with natd and ipfw

2003-10-23 Thread Brett Glass
A client wants to expose a host on a LAN behind a NAT firewall to the Internet at large. The host is is behind a FreeBSD machine that's functioning as (among other things) a NAT router. The host already has an unregistered internal address (which it needs to keep), but also must allow others

IPSEC tunnel issue..

2003-10-23 Thread Micheal Patterson
Here's my situation. I've got 2 networks at different facilities that are using public routable IP's. Each end has a fbsd box in bridge mode as their firewall between the lan and the cisco routers at each end. I've been tasked to establish a secure tunnel between these two networks and I'm having

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