Re: Wireless networking hardware recomendations?

2003-10-27 Thread Matthew Faircliff
Hello, I use a netgear MA3111 802.11b PCI card. It has a Prism chipset which is supported by FBSD. Regards, Matthew Faircliff On Sun, Oct 26, 2003 at 04:00:23PM -0500, stan wrote: Date: Sun, 26 Oct 2003 16:00:23 -0500 From: stan [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Free BSD Questions list [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: compile automounter with LDAP support

2003-10-27 Thread Gernot Hueber
Hi Antoine, you need to include /usr/local/include/ldap.h: have a look am /usr/src/contrib/amd/include/am_defs.h (HAVE_LDAP_H) and the HAVE_MAP_LDAP in several source files. Probably you have to define both in /usr/src/usr.sbin/amd/amd/ Makefile?! Gernot Am 2003.10.25 10:45 schrieb(en) Antoine

Re: Choosing A Stripe-Size (RAID5 Array)

2003-10-27 Thread Uwe Doering
Rishi Chopra wrote: I've had a tough time getting help for this question on the newsgroups and freebsd.org discussion forums, so I thought I'd mail the list... I'm setting up a 600GB Raid-5 array (4-200GB 8MB Buffer IDE disks connected to an Adaptec 2400A controller) and would like some help

Re: Process priority

2003-10-27 Thread Uwe Doering
Olaf Hoyer wrote: On Sun, 26 Oct 2003, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there some way ho to assign priority (cpu time) for each process ? I'm using Samba server for PDF printing and in case of big printouts it could eat whole cpu time for few seconds, so i'd like to control it and give to this

Re: compile automounter with LDAP support

2003-10-27 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Gernot Hueber wrote: Hi Antoine, you need to include /usr/local/include/ldap.h: have a look am /usr/src/contrib/amd/include/am_defs.h (HAVE_LDAP_H) and the HAVE_MAP_LDAP in several source files. Probably you have to define both in /usr/src/usr.sbin/amd/amd/ Makefile?! Great, thanks a lot, I'll

Re: Using FreeBSD Graphics

2003-10-27 Thread Francesco Casadei
On Sun, Oct 26, 2003 at 04:52:38PM -0600, Sean P Shehan wrote: I own and operate a small commercial web site hosting business. We have recently begun using FreeBSD on our new servers and wanted to ask if it was ok to use FreeBSD graphics in our advertising for hosting? Thank you, Sean P

Re[2]: Bind 9.2.3rc4

2003-10-27 Thread Vladimir
Hi, Jens. ? JR You have 2 lines with defined acl's in your config and allow JR only for requests matching the one of the list entries. JR If I were in your situation, I would remove them for testing JR to see whether it works than or not. I don't have any experience JR with access control within

Re: Bind 9.2.3rc4

2003-10-27 Thread Jens Rehsack
Vladimir wrote: Hi, Jens. Hi Vladimir, JR You have 2 lines with defined acl's in your config and allow JR only for requests matching the one of the list entries. JR If I were in your situation, I would remove them for testing JR to see whether it works than or not. I don't have any experience JR

Serisl RS232 to serial TTY interface

2003-10-27 Thread ALTAF HUSSAIN
[EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] I want to connect PC com port( serial RS232) to a device which having only serial TTY interface(15pin DB). What kind of hardware is required. Altaf email:[EMAIL PROTECTED] _ Help STOP SPAM with

Time-limited login?

2003-10-27 Thread Cordula's Web
[Please Cc: me directly; I'm not on [EMAIL PROTECTED] Thanks.] Hi, does anyone know how to limit ssh/ftp/... logins to a specific time-of-day (e.g. office times on weekdays)? login(1) provides something like this (in /etc/login.conf times.allow and times.deny) , but it doesn't apply to ssh and

Re: a quesions

2003-10-27 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Oct 27, 2003 at 12:12:05AM +, ops yop wrote: Im one of the FreeBSD user and am so happy with with ur OS ,, but i have a quesuion ,, i heard that there is an OS of FreeBSD has 56 CDs ,, i mean a FreeBSD for Server consists of 56 CDs ,,, is that right ?? I don't know where

PostgreSQL on FreeBSD

2003-10-27 Thread Wayne Pascoe
Hi all, I'm trying to configure and tune postgresql on FreeBSD 4.9. We want to allow at least 128 concurrent connections but preferably 256. Looking at the documentation, we should be okay if we set the following in our kernel to achieve this: kern.ipc.somaxconn = 512 kern.ipc.shmall = 65536

Re: Linux port.....

2003-10-27 Thread C. Ulrich
On Sat, 2003-10-25 at 00:43, andi payn wrote: 4. While running a similar set of services, FreeBSD may be using less background processing time. Or maybe not. I definitely see significantly lower CPU usage (idling under X, FreeBSD shows about 2-10% CPU, linux about 15-35%). However, this may

Re: Can't get the faster of two modems to work with 4.8

2003-10-27 Thread C. Ulrich
On Sat, 2003-10-25 at 14:16, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is this an init string thing? It could be. What init strings are you sending? (On both modems and both operating systems) And have you checked the manuals to see what those strings are doing and what the recommended init string should be? It

Re: Linux port.....

2003-10-27 Thread Andrew Humphries
On Mon, 2003-10-27 at 13:51, C. Ulrich wrote: On Sat, 2003-10-25 at 00:43, andi payn wrote: 4. While running a similar set of services, FreeBSD may be using less background processing time. Or maybe not. I definitely see significantly lower CPU usage (idling under X, FreeBSD shows about

Re: Crash in gui

2003-10-27 Thread C. Ulrich
On Sat, 2003-10-25 at 05:25, jason dictos wrote: Hi All, Today my machine has locked up twice within the span of an hour, and both times it locked up when I clicked on a link in Gaim. The lock is hard, and there's no message in /var/log/messages that I can see, so my question is how

Re: Log every access to a file

2003-10-27 Thread Cordula's Web
How do you create/add a system log to monitor every access to a specific file (say a database file accessed through samba)? A sample line for syslog.conf would be greatly appreciated ?? :-) Serve this file from an NFS-mounted partition and have nfsd log all file accesses. Is there a better

Problem with Intel Pro/1000 MTQuad Port Server(82546EB) on motherboard Intel se7505VB2 and FreeBSD 5.1

2003-10-27 Thread Anton Savoschik
Hello! I use Intel Pro/1000 MTQuad Port Server(82546EB) NIC on motherboard Intel se7505VB2(two integrated NIC's 10/100 and 10/100/1000) and FreeBSD 5.1. With latest driver from Intel(em-1.7.16.tar.gz) FreeBSD recognized only two interfaces(em0, em1) instead fourth (device em2 belong to integrated

Re: System Backup help.

2003-10-27 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Micheal Patterson [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I realize that a lot of folks prefer dump / restore for system backups, however, to dump to tape, I would recommend using tar since that's what it does best. As long as the system sees the tape drive, tar -c / dumps everything to the tape drive.

Re: How to see subnet page

2003-10-27 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Wayne M Barnes [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I have a private (192...) subnet on a separate ethernet card. From anwwhere, I want to view a web page being put out by 192.169.0.22 of my subnet. I can (only) view it when I am at my console, but I want to view it from home, for instance.

mplayer port

2003-10-27 Thread Andy Harrison
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Anyone else have trouble with the gui? It starts and plays fine for me, but when I try to click any options that bring up a new window (prefs, skins, etc) I see the window flash onto the screen and then vanish very quickly. Play/Stop/etc buttons and volume

Open Files

2003-10-27 Thread Woolworth,Derrick
Hello all, I am having difficulty with one system - FreeBSD 4.8 After a couple of days, the system continually reports that there are too many files open. At that time I cannot ssh into the system or ftp, etc. obviously, the kern.maxfiles is too low. However, I have continually increased the

Re: Auto thumbnail/index.html generation program in ports?

2003-10-27 Thread Lowell Gilbert
jason dictos wrote: Is there a program that will auto rezise large .jpg images into smaller ones, while making index.html pages which have links to the large images with the smaller thumbnail ones as links? Brian Reichholf [EMAIL PROTECTED] top-posted in reply: it shouldn't be too much

Re: Open Files

2003-10-27 Thread Konrad Heuer
On Mon, 27 Oct 2003, Woolworth,Derrick wrote: I am having difficulty with one system - FreeBSD 4.8 After a couple of days, the system continually reports that there are too many files open. At that time I cannot ssh into the system or ftp, etc. obviously, the kern.maxfiles is too low.

Re: Open Files

2003-10-27 Thread Julien Gabel
I'd suggest lsof from /usr/ports/sysutils/lsof which listens all open files in the system. Or fstat(1) in the base system. -- -jg. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any

Re: hard disk problem

2003-10-27 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Valery [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I use FreeBSD 4.4 Stable I faced the following problem. Here is a part from messages --- ad2s1e: hard error reading fsbn 32727951 of 16363936-16364175 (ad2s1 bn 32727951; cn 32468 tn 3 sn 18) status=59 error=40 ad2s1e: hard

5 button mouse and MozillaFirebird

2003-10-27 Thread John Oxley
Hi, I have a 5 button optical mouse. I have put the lines: Option Buttons 7 Option ZAxisMapping 6 7 in my Identifier section of XF86Config. I also run `xmodmap -e pointer = 1 2 3 6 7 4 5` in my .xinitrc. Running xev i can see that the side buttons are buttons 6 and 7, while the scroll

Re: sound in a MPU-401

2003-10-27 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Martin Paredes [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: how can i enable a multifuncion card Basking Combo from Shark Multimedia wich is compatible with a MPU-401. What happened when you tried the usual method? ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

rsync help

2003-10-27 Thread M.D. DeWar
I would like to backup some website directorys on one machine to another machine. I have read the rsync man pages and some sites but am still confused about how the command line should be. I will only run it from the command line every so often. I have tried several ways but can't figure it out.

Re: mplayer port

2003-10-27 Thread Eric Pogroski
On Mon, 27 Oct 2003 08:54:57 -0500 (EST) Andy Harrison [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Anyone else have trouble with the gui? It starts and plays fine for me, but when I try to click any options that bring up a new window (prefs, skins, etc) I see the window

Re: rsync help

2003-10-27 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Oct 27, 2003 at 11:58:30AM -0500, M.D. DeWar wrote: I would like to backup some website directorys on one machine to another machine. I have read the rsync man pages and some sites but am still confused about how the command line should be. I will only run it from the command line

localhost connections denied ??!?!? help ?!?!

2003-10-27 Thread Brent Bailey
Im getting wierd errors when trying to ping my localhost or 127.0.0.1 ... i get : # ping localhost ping: sendto : Can't assign requested address also its worth mentioning that im getting errors like the above when sending mail to a local user on the box. im getting: Oct 27 09:38:11 blah

RE; order

2003-10-27 Thread Ogunbanjo Akeem
I want your company to supply me all this item seagate oem orgenal . hard disk 20GB 200pcs and toshiba satellite pro model c4600 processor 700-750 mmx 120 RAM 20gb monitor 14.1ft DVD or toshiba satellite pro model 4600 series petim 111 IGHE 2GB HDD 256 MB MEMORY 15.1TFT SCREER DVD-RENT CD-WR

Re: hard disk problem

2003-10-27 Thread DavidB
Lowell Gilbert wrote: Valery [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I use FreeBSD 4.4 Stable I faced the following problem. Here is a part from messages --- ad2s1e: hard error reading fsbn 32727951 of 16363936-16364175 (ad2s1 bn 32727951; cn 32468 tn 3 sn 18) status=59

Re: PostgreSQL on FreeBSD

2003-10-27 Thread Michael L. Squires
I'm trying to configure and tune postgresql on FreeBSD 4.9. We want to allow at least 128 concurrent connections but preferably 256. My memory is that there was some extensive discussion of this on the freebsd-databases mailing list, and a search of the archives at lists.freebsd.org should

Bug in ports howto question

2003-10-27 Thread Jason Dictos
How does one formally submit a ports bug report? -Jason This email has been scanned for all viruses by the MessageLabs Email Security System. For more information on a proactive email security service working around the

synchronization utility (! using ssh)

2003-10-27 Thread Gary Kline
Hi folks, Wasn't there/isn't there a remote sync utility that you could use without ssh. You had, perhaps optionally, a list of directories (andor files) and the utility copied only changed files from machine A to :B? I use ssh, and have a

Re: Bug in ports howto question

2003-10-27 Thread mpd
On Mon, Oct 27, 2003 at 10:56:08AM -0800, Jason Dictos wrote: How does one formally submit a ports bug report? -Jason E-mail the maintainer, or use send-pr(1) mike -- ___ NUTS TO YOU AND YOUR BROCCOLI POKEY!! - Little Girl

Re: synchronization utility (! using ssh)

2003-10-27 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Oct 27, 2003 at 10:56:25AM -0800, Gary Kline wrote: Wasn't there/isn't there a remote sync utility that you could use without ssh. You had, perhaps optionally, a list of directories (andor files) and the utility copied only changed files from machine A to

Wireless (802.11) question

2003-10-27 Thread stan
I'm about to embark on a wireless experiemnt, having never dealt with this technology before. So, I've got a failry basic question. My plan was to put a wireless card in a machine running FreeBSD, and use this machine as a gateway from an existing network to a new subnet that would only exist in

FreeBSD Toolkit

2003-10-27 Thread Bernard Jean Dale
I recently purchased a FreeBSD Toolkit package being a 6cd set of FreeBSD v5.1 but after adjusting my BIOS I cannot get the 1st cd to boot. I do not have this problem with v4.8 cds so thought I'd try booting with the1st 4.8 cd before immediately switching over to the 1st 5.1 cd. unfortunately

mplayer port

2003-10-27 Thread Andy Harrison
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Anyone else have trouble with the gui? It starts and plays fine for me, but when I try to click any options that bring up a new window (prefs, skins, etc) I see the window flash onto the screen and then vanish very quickly. Play/Stop/etc buttons and volume

Re: Wireless (802.11) question

2003-10-27 Thread Andrew Humphries
On Mon, 2003-10-27 at 20:31, stan wrote: I'm about to embark on a wireless experiemnt, having never dealt with this technology before. So, I've got a failry basic question. My plan was to put a wireless card in a machine running FreeBSD, and use this machine as a gateway from an existing

Printing from remote (hosts.lpd)

2003-10-27 Thread MPAREDES
Hi: According to man lpd to enable I only need to add the ip address to /etc/hosts.lpd but I have the problem that I need to add also a line to the /etc/hosts I am only doing some tests, but in the final implementation I am going to need all PC to send print jobs to this server how can I

RE: Wireless (802.11) question

2003-10-27 Thread Sorin Chiorean
Hi, The prices on all wireless routers / access points are dropping I think that the easiest way is to buy one and to install it. They have WEB interfaces and is very ease to configure it. But if you don't want to buy a new device you can check this links :

Re: hard disk problem

2003-10-27 Thread Lowell Gilbert
DavidB [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: you probably have a couple bad blocks on the harddrive, which happens over time, you need to scan and repair the harddrive. If the bad blocks reappear rather frequently then you know that the disk will fail in the near future. Correct. Assuming the hard

Re: PostgreSQL on FreeBSD

2003-10-27 Thread Lowell Gilbert
I haven't used that software since it was called postgres, but I'll wade in anyway... Wayne Pascoe [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi all, I'm trying to configure and tune postgresql on FreeBSD 4.9. We want to allow at least 128 concurrent connections but preferably 256. Looking at the

Re: 0: unknown option MAXUSERS config

2003-10-27 Thread Ben Palumbo
Thanks for the suggestions, now I get a new and different error: palumbo# cd /usr/src palumbo# make buildkernel KERNCONF=SECONDKERNEL make: don't know how to make buildkernel. Stop also I noticed that /usr/src/sys/i386/conf/LINT is not there. Just wondering if I should re-download some of the

Re: Wireless (802.11) question

2003-10-27 Thread stan
On Mon, Oct 27, 2003 at 08:42:54PM +, Andrew Humphries wrote: On Mon, 2003-10-27 at 20:31, stan wrote: I'm about to embark on a wireless experiemnt, having never dealt with this technology before. So, I've got a failry basic question. My plan was to put a wireless card in a

Re: Bug in ports howto question

2003-10-27 Thread kosmos
What is the procedure to submit a new port when you don't have access to a dedicated and highly-visible Freebsd machine on the internet? If you try to send a PR from a regular-person connection (e.g. DSL or modem - with no verifiable hostname) sendmail , probably to protect itself from spam,

Re: Gateway 980 server freeze?

2003-10-27 Thread rjent
Greetings, More information: It seems that the problem is with SMP enabled. If I use just a snigle processor all is well. The problem can be reproduce merely by enabling SMP in the kernel. I have tested and I can not reproduce in 5.1 . So currently the solutions are to use FreeBSD 5.1 or Move

Re: Bug in ports howto question

2003-10-27 Thread Simon Barner
What is the procedure to submit a new port when you don't have access to a dedicated and highly-visible Freebsd machine on the internet? You have to configure sendmail (or any other MTA of your choice) to use a proper mail server (e.g your ISP's) as a smarthost/mailrelay. Perhaps at least a

No MD5 checksum file for kde

2003-10-27 Thread R.T.G. TAN
I've been cvsupping my portstree several times now over the last past weeks but still don't get the MD5 checksum file, for kde. What's up with this? -- tnx, robert tan ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: hard disk problem

2003-10-27 Thread DavidB
Hmmm, Hey, Lowell could you please read the thread I reference and give your opinion of the issue about the WD diagnostic tool. So I was studying what you were talking about bad block remapping, dynamic bad block remapping, or western digital's term Auto Defect Retirement I had expected that

Re: No MD5 checksum file for kde

2003-10-27 Thread Simon Barner
I've been cvsupping my portstree several times now over the last past weeks but still don't get the MD5 checksum file, for kde. What's up with this? Are you speaking of this port? /usr/ports/x11/kde3 It's a so-called meta-port that consists of dependendies only, i.e. other ports that do

Re: No MD5 checksum file for kde

2003-10-27 Thread Erik Trulsson
On Mon, Oct 27, 2003 at 07:21:39PM +0100, R.T.G. TAN wrote: I've been cvsupping my portstree several times now over the last past weeks but still don't get the MD5 checksum file, for kde. What's up with this? If you are referring to the x11/kde3 port then the answer is that there is no MD5

Question

2003-10-27 Thread Leo P. Gaten
Greetings: Are there any wordprocessing/spreadsheet packages available that run on BSD? Leo Gaten Sequim, WA -- Using M2, Opera's revolutionary e-mail client: http://www.opera.com/m2/ ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: Question

2003-10-27 Thread Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P.
Leo P. Gaten wrote: Greetings: Are there any wordprocessing/spreadsheet packages available that run on BSD? Leo Gaten Sequim, WA Of course! AbiWord, oleo, sc, and of course Open Office come to mind. And that's just the free stuff ... how 'bout Sun's Open Office ... and textmaker.de just

/usr/obj/usr/src/i386/usr/bin/ld: cannot open crt1.o: No such file or directory

2003-10-27 Thread zulkarnain
hello.. i am zul from malaysia...beginner in freebsd.. i am installing freebsd 5.0, and then cvsup the box to upgrade to 5.1.. during to buildworld, (# nohup make buildworld /tmp/buildworld), i kept facing the same problem with the subject above..although i try to change some line in Makefile

Re: synchronization utility (! using ssh)

2003-10-27 Thread Gary Kline
On Mon, Oct 27, 2003 at 08:07:22PM +, Matthew Seaman wrote: On Mon, Oct 27, 2003 at 10:56:25AM -0800, Gary Kline wrote: Wasn't there/isn't there a remote sync utility that you could use without ssh. You had, perhaps optionally, a list of directories (andor files) and the

Re: Question

2003-10-27 Thread Chris Readle
Doesn't Sun call their version Star Office? Also, OpenOffice.org (OOo, for short) is excellent (in my not so hunble opinion) and it also offers a decent level (say, 90+%) of M$ Office compatibility. No fininacial interest, etc, just a pleased as punch OOo user. chris P.S. Open Office is

Re: Bug in ports howto question

2003-10-27 Thread kosmos
Randy, Thanks for the info. I decided to stop using my MS mail client, and replaced sendmail on my unix box with ssmtp, which is a lot simpler. I think there are 3 configuration options to it. I use pop3 so I am also using fetchmail now. I used gtk-send-pr at the last place I worked, and

Re: 5 button mouse and MozillaFirebird

2003-10-27 Thread John Oxley
OK, figured it out: Step by step for anyone who wants to know how.

sound driver

2003-10-27 Thread asolomon15
Hello all, I have a asus P4C-800-E motherboard and I don't know if my soundcard is supported or not. When I use dmesg this is the mesage that i get pci0: serial bus, SMBus at device 31.3 (no driver attached) pci0: multimedia, audio at device 31.5 (no driver attached) Has anyone come across this

Re: Question

2003-10-27 Thread Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P.
Chris Readle wrote: Doesn't Sun call their version Star Office? Doh! Long day, please 'scuse ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Bug in ports howto question

2003-10-27 Thread Simon Barner
Or just have sendmail config files for the most common cases, e.g. isps mail server as smart host (with and without asmtp), etc. That would be good idea too. But when you make world and run mergemaster, is always the risk of the sendmail configurations getting wiped out. But I guess it

Re: sound driver

2003-10-27 Thread Simon Barner
asolomon15 schrieb am Mon, Oct 27, 2003 at 08:08:29PM -0500: Hello all, I have a asus P4C-800-E motherboard and I don't know if my soundcard is supported or not. When I use dmesg this is the mesage that i get pci0: serial bus, SMBus at device 31.3 (no driver attached) pci0: multimedia, audio

Re: hard disk problem

2003-10-27 Thread Lowell Gilbert
DavidB [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hey, Lowell could you please read the thread I reference and give your opinion of the issue about the WD diagnostic tool. Most manufacturers have their own versions of such tools. If you can use them, they are indeed quite likely to give you more information

JDK 'make install' - puzzling error message

2003-10-27 Thread Richard Shea
Hi - I've just gone to ... http://java.sun.com/webapps/download/Display?BundleId=7479 ... to download the JDK and put it into ports/distfiles. However when I do 'make install' from /usr/ports/java/linux-sun-jdk13 I get ... === linux-sun-jdk-1.3.1.07_1 You must manually fetch the Java 2

Re: JDK 'make install' - puzzling error message

2003-10-27 Thread Kent Stewart
On Monday 27 October 2003 05:52 pm, Richard Shea wrote: Hi - I've just gone to ... http://java.sun.com/webapps/download/Display?BundleId=7479 ... to download the JDK and put it into ports/distfiles. However when I do 'make install' from /usr/ports/java/linux-sun-jdk13 I get ... ===

patching a device driver

2003-10-27 Thread carmoda
Hi, I have found some instructions on how to patch a device driver [so as to get an onboard network card to get picked up]. I was wondering if anyone had any instructions on how to go about adding the patch, i have never done it before... [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Installing FreeBSD 5.1 on i386 (ASUS motherboard).

2003-10-27 Thread Krishna Ramanathan
Thanks a lot, Harald, it worked ! I chose option 2 in the BSD install menu, and I'm fine now.. tho' I've been too chicken to go thru' the partitioning process, without a thorough read, I'll get around to doing that today/tomorrow, I'm sure. Best regards, Kumar --- Harald Schmalzbauer [EMAIL

Re: Installing FreeBSD 5.1 on i386 (ASUS motherboard).

2003-10-27 Thread Harald Schmalzbauer
On Tuesday 28 October 2003 06:56, Krishna Ramanathan wrote: Thanks a lot, Harald, it worked ! I chose option 2 in the BSD install menu, and I'm fine now.. tho' I've been too chicken to go thru' the partitioning process, without a thorough read, I'll get around to doing that today/tomorrow,