Re: Mozilla compilation and P4 problems?

2003-11-28 Thread Byron Schlemmer
On Fri, 2003-11-28 at 08:43, Byron Schlemmer wrote: Hmm strange thing is I am using the defaults from /usr/share/examples/etc/make.conf, I've even tried removing them from my /etc/make.conf it still seems to die. Albeit in a different spot now? gmake[3]: Entering directory

RE: strange ping behavior

2003-11-28 Thread Aaron Burke
check this out - I have a fbsd 4.6 box on my network, as well as a fbsd5.1 box and several XP boxes. I have a netgear router/firewall (also does dhcp and print server) box as well. The 4.6 box is set up on the network, the netgear dhcp server finds the box, as well as the 5.1 box, so they

Re: Mozilla compilation and P4 problems?

2003-11-28 Thread Byron Schlemmer
On Fri, 2003-11-28 at 09:19, Byron Schlemmer wrote: Hmm, I'm beginning to think that this might me a hyper threading issue. I am running an SMP kernel with machdep.cpu_idle_hlt set to 1. Looking at previous posts HTT maybe because of : From: Terry Lambert ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) Subject: Re:

Problem Booting (Bad Super Block)

2003-11-28 Thread Rishi Chopra
I've started having problems on my FreeBSD box; I've installed FreeBSD on this system at least 5 times before without any problems. This time, the installation took many attempts, and the following error message occurs when I attempt to boot up: /dev/da0s1a: BAD SUPER BLOCK: VALUES IN SUPER

Vinum setup

2003-11-28 Thread Ivailo Tanusheff
Hi, I have some trouble setting up vinum. I think I understand how to make it start on root, but I just can't configure it. On the first line: vinum - create /etc/vinum2.cfg 1: drive a device /dev/ad0s1f ** 1 : Invalid argument What may be the problem? Ivo

Re: strange ping behavior

2003-11-28 Thread Chip
Aaron Burke wrote: check this out - I have a fbsd 4.6 box on my network, as well as a fbsd5.1 box and several XP boxes. I have a netgear router/firewall (also does dhcp and print server) box as well. The 4.6 box is set up on the network, the netgear dhcp server finds the box, as well as the

Re: 5.x downgrade recommendation

2003-11-28 Thread Guy Van Sanden
I got some weird disklabel behavior, rpc.yppasswdd doesn't work and nfsd crashes on portscans/nessus-probes. That and a lot of system instability. I don't have to reboot daily, but the box has never passed 20 days uptime. Prior to yesterdays reboot, it was up 11 days, which seems to be about my

ADSL question

2003-11-28 Thread Zhang Weiwu
Hello. I never touched ADSL before, now I booked an ADSL phone line. I have a small LAN, the server (FreeBSD 4.9 STABLE) is there as 192.168.0.1, providing services like NFS and it is a DHCP server. It also need to act as NAT for 802.11 notebooks in the room. I heard people say there are

freebsd 4.8-STABLE hangs on boot with no error message

2003-11-28 Thread Neil Brown
Hi, I'm running freebsd 4.8-STABLE, I installed it a little while ago and it has been running fine as my broadband router for a few weeks now, no problems. This morning there was a powercut, and when I came to the machine and attached a monitor, I discovered that it was making it through the

Re: Cannot perform make install

2003-11-28 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Fri, Nov 28, 2003 at 01:29:17AM +0200, Ion-Mihai Tetcu wrote: I think that if you do : cd / find /usr/ports/ -type f -name 'readme.html' -exec rm {} \; and cvsup again you'll get rid of the old directories. Careful... Make that find command: # find /usr/ports -type f -name

Re: not found...

2003-11-28 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Thu, Nov 27, 2003 at 05:25:27PM -0600, Ví­ctor Gutiérrez Cruz wrote: I am, not found PDFlib-Lite-5.0.0-Unix-src.tar.gz You need to cvsup your ports tree: PDFlib-Lite is now at version 5.0.2 -- as is the print/pdflib port. See:

Re: ADSL question

2003-11-28 Thread chael
Well, if you should opt for a USB modem, specifically the Alcatel Speedtouch modem, there is one ready on the ports: net/pppoa. The driver just had a recent upgrade so you may want to cvsup your net ports first. Everything is at http://speedtouch.sourceforge.net . I have mine setup like this and

RE: ADSL question

2003-11-28 Thread Neil Brown
Hi, I am running a freebsd box to serve ADSL out to machines on the network (see the adjacent post...). What I did was buy a Speedtouch USB ADSL modem which has had a lot of development for the driver on Linux and Freebsd (see http://speedtouch.sf.net/) and am running that fine on a FreeBSD 4.8

Re: ADSL question

2003-11-28 Thread Nico Meijer
Hi all, May I recommend ethernet anyhow? Depending on the make and model of the modem, ethernet modems can be just that or perform all sorts of tasks. You might be able to opt for a simple bridging modem or perhaps for a full fledged NAT-router/firewall with built-in switch. Who knows, I have

Re: Problem Booting (Bad Super Block)

2003-11-28 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Fri, Nov 28, 2003 at 12:56:02AM -0800, Rishi Chopra wrote: I've started having problems on my FreeBSD box; I've installed FreeBSD on this system at least 5 times before without any problems. This time, the installation took many attempts, and the following error message occurs when I

gdm

2003-11-28 Thread Aaron Walker
I just installed FreeBSD 4.9, and am trying to setup GDM. At first, gdm wouldn't run because it complained about the gdm user not existing. I fixed that by created the gdm user and the gdm group. Now, gdm runs fine, but I cannot find the config file for gdm, which should be in /etc/X11/gdm,

DHCP - Cannot get IP address of my own host

2003-11-28 Thread Owen_PG
I'm runnng my newly built PC as a DHCP client of a Linux box. The previous Linux client and any MS Windows clients worked fine straight out of the box. With the FreeBSD 5.1 - 10 client, if I enable it as a DHCP client then it doesn't seem to use the DNS caching slave that is on the DHCP

Re: wireless networking

2003-11-28 Thread William O'Higgins
On Mon, Nov 24, 2003 at 06:26:09AM -0500, Bruce Mackay wrote: I'm no networking guru but I had similar issues trying to get my network up and running. I ran route add default 192.168.1.1 at the command prompt which started to let me ping my router. I guess in your case you probably

Re: wireless networking

2003-11-28 Thread William O'Higgins
On Mon, Nov 24, 2003 at 09:03:29AM +0200, Kim Fredenberg wrote: sudo ifconfig wi0 ssid kieran I still cannot ping either by ip or dns. Here is the output of ifconfig: What are you trying to ping, your gateway or something in the Internet? If your pinging outside of your network your route

Re: freebsd 4.8-STABLE hangs on boot with no error message

2003-11-28 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Fri, Nov 28, 2003 at 09:28:23AM +, Neil Brown wrote: I'm running freebsd 4.8-STABLE, I installed it a little while ago and it has been running fine as my broadband router for a few weeks now, no problems. This morning there was a powercut, and when I came to the machine and attached

Re: gdm

2003-11-28 Thread Jean-Baptiste Quenot
* Aaron Walker: Now, gdm runs fine, but I cannot find the config file for gdm, which should be in /etc/X11/gdm, but there is no such directory. Is this config file located elsewhere by default in FreeBSD? The GDM config file is located at /usr/X11R6/etc/gdm/gdm.conf Cheers, --

Re: gdm

2003-11-28 Thread Martin Moeller
* Aaron Walker [EMAIL PROTECTED] [031128 11:33]: I just installed FreeBSD 4.9, and am trying to setup GDM. At first, gdm wouldn't run because it complained about the gdm user not existing. I fixed that by created the gdm user and the gdm group. Now, gdm runs fine, but I cannot find the

Re: Cannot perform make install

2003-11-28 Thread Ion-Mihai Tetcu
On Fri, 28 Nov 2003 09:33:17 + Matthew Seaman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Fri, Nov 28, 2003 at 01:29:17AM +0200, Ion-Mihai Tetcu wrote: I think that if you do : cd / find /usr/ports/ -type f -name 'readme.html' -exec rm {} \; and cvsup again you'll get rid of the old directories.

Block devices

2003-11-28 Thread Jeff Shevlen
Hey, I've got a book that talks about block devices in Freebsd 3.4. I got curious and went looking for some, but my 4.8 distro doesn't seem to have any. When did they disappear? Why did they leave? Will they ever return? I poked around in google and freebsd.org but didn't turn anything up.

problem in using sendmsg()

2003-11-28 Thread anil akkur
Hi, I am using Free BSD version 5.0. I am getting the error message (EINVAL) when I use sendmsg(). I am initialising all the values of structure msghdr . the code looks likes, struct msghdr msg ; int send_sock ; /* then I am initialising structure msg */ /* Then calll the sendmessage with

Re: strange ping behavior

2003-11-28 Thread Michael W. Oliver
On Fri, Nov 28, 2003 at 01:12:55AM -0800, Chip wrote: Aaron Burke wrote: check this out - I have a fbsd 4.6 box on my network, as well as a fbsd5.1 box and several XP boxes. I have a netgear router/firewall (also does dhcp and print server) box as well. The 4.6 box is set up on the

ipfw pipes + firewall

2003-11-28 Thread Khairil Yusof
I've read the man pages, and tested it out, and just want to confirm that what Im doing is right and that I didn't miss anything. Disable one_pass so that packets after matching pipe rule will continue on to other rules. Without this, packets matching pipes are not not applied again against

PAM issues ?

2003-11-28 Thread Nelis Lamprecht
Hi, After my src upgrade to 4.9 stable I've noticed this on bootup and dmesg: Nov 28 13:42:28 pandora /kernel: Nov 28 13:42:28 pandora perl: unable to resolve symbol: pam_sm_open_session Nov 28 13:42:28 pandora /kernel: Nov 28 13:42:28 pandora perl: unable to resolve symbol: pam_sm_close_session

compiler errors on freebsd; compiles fine on linux

2003-11-28 Thread Aaron Walker
I am attempting to write a http server (mainly just to learn), and I installed FreeBSD on my other box (I have Gentoo linux on my main box) to test the code to make sure its compatible with both BSD and Linux. The code compiles fine on linux, but I am getting weird compiler errors under FBSD.

Re: migrating users

2003-11-28 Thread Jean-Baptiste Quenot
* Rob Evers: I'm going to move move my sendmail server to a new machine. The new machine will use postfix and virtual users, now what I cant't figure out is how to migrate the users (and keep the old passwords). Does anyone know of a procedure to extract plain text passwords for

Re: compiler errors on freebsd; compiles fine on linux

2003-11-28 Thread Jean-Baptiste Quenot
* Aaron Walker: The code compiles fine on linux, but I am getting weird compiler errors under FBSD. [...] #include lwhttpd.h #include server.h Check that the local headers do not include other system headers. This could be a source of conflict. What do they contain? Cheers, --

Solved: Re: order in fstab and md/mfs (extra info)

2003-11-28 Thread Ronald Klop
Sorry, I found out, that md wasn't loaded as a module and not compiled into the kernel. MD_LOAD=YES in /boot/loader.conf fixed the problem. Ronald. On Mon, 24 Nov 2003 01:10:18 +0100, Ronald Klop [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mon, 24 Nov 2003 01:02:09 +0100, Ronald Klop

RE: migrating users

2003-11-28 Thread Jason Taylor
Why would you want to have the cleartext passwords for all users to be able to migrate? What you could do is start 'vipw' as root on the original server, save that file to disk under a different name, start 'vipw' on the new server, and read in the saved file, and save it again. Next you'd

Re: Cover graphics question

2003-11-28 Thread Roger 'Rocky' Vetterberg
Peter Ulrich Kruppa wrote: On Sat, 22 Nov 2003 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Good afternoon, I have just prepared to try again FreeBSD OS, it was some 5 years ago when I had this OS in use. So I downloaded the 4.8 version disks. The question may seem weird, sorry. Where can I get some commonly used

Re: compiler errors on freebsd; compiles fine on linux

2003-11-28 Thread Dofri Jonsson
On Fri, 28 Nov 2003 08:54:08 -0500 Aaron Walker [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am attempting to write a http server (mainly just to learn), and I installed FreeBSD on my other box (I have Gentoo linux on my main box) to test the code to make sure its compatible with both BSD and Linux. The

still about PCI ADSL

2003-11-28 Thread Zhang Weiwu
So ethernet ADSL is the best? I just checked http://www.bsdmall.com/sanadpcicon.html S518 ADSL claim to support FreeBSD. I'm just curious why it is so very expensive (Regular price: $220.00) I don't know about normal price in the American. In China a normal ethernet ADSL modem is about 600RMB,

Problems with mpd in pptp mode

2003-11-28 Thread Fernando Gleiser
I'm trying to set up mpd as a pptp client to a remote server. It authenticates right and setts up the tunnel, but it doesn't quite work. I narrowed the problem to sone nasty routing problem, because the pptp server's IP, as defined in mpd.links is the same as the remote ip of the ng1 interface.

MySQL question...

2003-11-28 Thread Xpression
Hi list, I've installed mysql-4.0.16.tar.gz on a FreeBSD-4.5 server, at least it compile, then I edit and copy the my-medium.cnf file to /etc/my.cnf location...when I reboot MySQL doesn't start...anyone running it ??? Or I have to do some steps to make running it ???

Re: possible solution to cdbakeoven failing to detect ATAPI burners

2003-11-28 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Charles Howse [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: No disrespect, but seriously, can you give me a scenario where something bad could happen on *my* computer because I'm running cdrecord suid-root? I would also be very interested to hear a scenario where something bad could happen on an insecure

Re: migrating users

2003-11-28 Thread Micheal Patterson
- Original Message - From: Rob Evers [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, November 27, 2003 7:50 AM Subject: migrating users Hi all, I'm going to move move my sendmail server to a new machine. The new machine will use postfix and virtual users, now what I cant't

adaptive stealth in ipfw?

2003-11-28 Thread Louis LeBlanc
I have a question about 'adaptive stealthing' for port 113. First, adaptive stealth means that unless the remote system has a previous relationship with the local system, any request on the stealthed port results in a dropped packet, or an unreachable host. I assume that means the unreach

Re: Block devices

2003-11-28 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Jeff Shevlen [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I've got a book that talks about block devices in Freebsd 3.4. I got curious and went looking for some, but my 4.8 distro doesn't seem to have any. When did they disappear? Why did they leave? Will they ever return? I poked around in google and

Re: adaptive stealth in ipfw?

2003-11-28 Thread Christian Laursen
Louis LeBlanc [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I was introduced to a fantastic web site, http://www.grc.com/ which has some impressive information about security and a number of other things. Steve Gibsons 'Shields Up' web service will scan your system and tell you where your vulnerabilities lie,

About USB devices

2003-11-28 Thread D Velez
Hi, I'm using FreeBSD 5.1. I would like to know how to mount USB devices. If FreeBSD detected the hardware and driver, where and how do I find the device in the file system? I appreciate any comments ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: adaptive stealth in ipfw?

2003-11-28 Thread Louis LeBlanc
Hmm. Interesting site. I'm sure I'll find some interesting stuff there too, but it looks like the person running the site has no greater pupose in life than character assassination. Not that he's altogether wrong. I'd have to read more and decide myself what I really think. I'm no security

unneeded modules

2003-11-28 Thread Florin Betivoiu
Hi. I would like to know if there is any way to not compile in the kernel drivers I don't need. For example kldstat -v shows that lots of miibus modules are loaded when i just need pnaphy, or lots of agp modules when I just need intel. Please excuse my poor english, as I am not a native

Re: adaptive stealth in ipfw?

2003-11-28 Thread W. D.
At 11:11 11/28/2003, Christian Laursen, wrote: Louis LeBlanc [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I was introduced to a fantastic web site, http://www.grc.com/ which has some impressive information about security and a number of other things. Steve Gibsons 'Shields Up' web service will scan your system

Re: Problem Booting (Bad Super Block)

2003-11-28 Thread John Duffey
On 28 Nov, Rishi Chopra [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: /dev/da0s1a: BAD SUPER BLOCK: VALUES IN SUPER BLOCK DISAGREE WITH THOSE IN FIRST ALTERNATE /dev/da0s1a: UNEXPECTED INCONSISTENCY: RUN fsck MANUALLY How can I fix this error so that the machine boots normally? I am unable to run fsck from

Re: strange ping behavior

2003-11-28 Thread Shantanoo Mahajan
+++ Chip [freebsd] [27-11-03 22:26 -0800]: | check this out - I have a fbsd 4.6 box on my network, as well as a | fbsd5.1 box and several XP boxes. I have a netgear router/firewall (also | does dhcp and print server) box as well. The 4.6 box is set up on the | network, the netgear dhcp server

Re: unneeded modules

2003-11-28 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Nov 28), Florin Betivoiu said: I would like to know if there is any way to not compile in the kernel drivers I don't need. For example kldstat -v shows that lots of miibus modules are loaded when i just need pnaphy, or lots of agp modules when I just need intel. Please

Re: adaptive stealth in ipfw?

2003-11-28 Thread paul beard
On Nov 28, 2003, at 10:18 AM, W. D. wrote: I'd be very interested in seeing some fair criticism of what Steve Gibson is doing. However, www.GRCsucks.com seems to have a number of broken links. Where the links work, the verbiage seems to be more confusing than clarifying. I found that to be the

how to print a man page

2003-11-28 Thread Ian Todd
Hi I have installed a local printer on /dev/lp0. I want to print a man page how do i do that? Will it also fit onto the page? i dont need to setup the size of my page?Thanks. Regards Ian ___ Look Good, Feel Good www.healthiest.co.za

Re: About USB devices

2003-11-28 Thread jan . muenther
Hello, how to mount USB devices. If FreeBSD detected the hardware and driver, where and how do I find the device in the file system? USB connected storage devices are usually supported by the umass(4) driver. The device should be accessible under /dev/da[0-9] when recognized. Hope that

Re: how to print a man page

2003-11-28 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Friday 28 November 2003 20:10, Ian Todd wrote: I have installed a local printer on /dev/lp0. I want to print a man page how do i do that? Will it also fit onto the page? i dont need to setup the size of my page?Thanks. $ groff -Tps -man /path/to/man/page/man.1 | lpr -P PS-Printer Antoine

Re: (Semi)hot swap IDE

2003-11-28 Thread Stephen Hilton
On Sat, 22 Nov 2003 21:26:43 -0600 Marc Wiz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sat, Nov 22, 2003 at 10:31:24PM +0200, Toomas Aas wrote: Hello! I'm looking for a cheap solution to back up a FreeBSD 4.8 machine. Cheap meaning that tape drives are out of question. Even external FireWire

Ports intelligent?

2003-11-28 Thread Steve Bertrand
Traditionally, when installing for a new Internet server, I have installed everything from sources in a particular method. This is a nightmare to upgrade, and would like to know if installing from ports would be sensible. MySQL, Apache 1.x, PHP, Vpopmail, Courier-imap, Qmail etc. In which order

Re: MySQL question...

2003-11-28 Thread ScaryG
On Fri, 28 Nov 2003 10:42:40 -0500 Xpression [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: |O|Hi list, I've installed mysql-4.0.16.tar.gz on a |O|FreeBSD-4.5 server, at least it compile, then I edit and |O|copy the my-medium.cnf file to /etc/my.cnf location...when I |O|reboot MySQL doesn't start...anyone

Re: how to print a man page

2003-11-28 Thread Bill Schoolcraft
At Fri, 28 Nov 2003 it looks like Antoine Jacoutot composed: On Friday 28 November 2003 20:10, Ian Todd wrote: I have installed a local printer on /dev/lp0. I want to print a man page how do i do that? Will it also fit onto the page? i dont need to setup the size of my page?Thanks. $

Re: Block devices

2003-11-28 Thread Jeff Shevlen
On Fri, Nov 28, 2003 at 12:03:42PM -0500, Lowell Gilbert wrote: Jeff Shevlen [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I've got a book that talks about block devices in Freebsd 3.4. I got curious and went looking for some, but my 4.8 distro doesn't seem to have any. When did they disappear? Why did

No Kernel?

2003-11-28 Thread Rishi Chopra
After installing FreeBSD I get the following message: No /boot/loader FreeBSD/i386 boot Default: 0:da(0,a)/kernel boot: When installing the OS, I created one partition using the entire disk (in this case a 560GB arrray) and created two mount points (256M 'swap' as da0s1a and 559G '/' as

Re: Ports intelligent?

2003-11-28 Thread Jan Grant
On Fri, 28 Nov 2003, Steve Bertrand wrote: Traditionally, when installing for a new Internet server, I have installed everything from sources in a particular method. This is a nightmare to upgrade, and would like to know if installing from ports would be sensible. MySQL, Apache 1.x, PHP,

Unable to login with GDM

2003-11-28 Thread Trey Sizemore
I have Gnome 2.4 installed on my machine along with KDE. I have until know been using KDM for login, but would like to start using GDM. I have a GDM user and group created. However, when I attempt to invoke GDM from the CLI, I get several failed attempts with the following error:

Re: compiler errors on freebsd; compiles fine on linux

2003-11-28 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Fri, Nov 28, 2003 at 08:54:08AM -0500, Aaron Walker wrote: I am attempting to write a http server (mainly just to learn), and I installed FreeBSD on my other box (I have Gentoo linux on my main box) to test the code to make sure its compatible with both BSD and Linux. The code compiles

mpd as a VPN client to a Cisco Concentrator

2003-11-28 Thread Fernando Gleiser
I solved the former problem I was having to route to GRE packets trhough the VPN. But it still doesn't work :( The tunel builds fine, I authenticate, I got an IP, the routing is properly set up, but as soon as a try to send anything through the tunnel, MPS starts to vive the folowing errors:

Re: No Kernel?

2003-11-28 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Fri, Nov 28, 2003 at 12:49:46PM -0800, Rishi Chopra wrote: After installing FreeBSD I get the following message: No /boot/loader FreeBSD/i386 boot Default: 0:da(0,a)/kernel boot: When installing the OS, I created one partition using the entire disk (in this case a 560GB arrray)

FW: VXA-1a IDE (V2EAE) on FreeBSD 4.9-RELEASE

2003-11-28 Thread Philippe LeCavalier
-Original Message- From: Philippe LeCavalier [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, November 28, 2003 3:59 PM To: '[EMAIL PROTECTED]' Subject: VXA-1a IDE (V2EAE) on FreeBSD 4.9-RELEASE Has anyone managed to get the vxa-1working under FreeBSD? Nfo: Ls /var/log/messages | grep ast0

Re: No Kernel?

2003-11-28 Thread Harald Schmalzbauer
On Friday 28 November 2003 21:49, Rishi Chopra wrote: After installing FreeBSD I get the following message: No /boot/loader FreeBSD/i386 boot Default: 0:da(0,a)/kernel boot: When installing the OS, I created one partition using the entire disk (in this case a 560GB arrray) and created

Re: possible solution to cdbakeoven failing to detect ATAPI burners

2003-11-28 Thread Charles Howse
On Friday 28 November 2003 10:47 am, Lowell Gilbert wrote: Charles Howse [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: No disrespect, but seriously, can you give me a scenario where something bad could happen on *my* computer because I'm running cdrecord suid-root? I would also be very interested to hear a

Re: mpd as a VPN client to a Cisco Concentrator

2003-11-28 Thread Joe Marcus Clarke
On Fri, 2003-11-28 at 15:53, Fernando Gleiser wrote: I solved the former problem I was having to route to GRE packets trhough the VPN. But it still doesn't work :( The tunel builds fine, I authenticate, I got an IP, the routing is properly set up, but as soon as a try to send anything

IPsec key renogotiation lag.

2003-11-28 Thread Lewis Thompson
Hi, Just a quick question -- when using IPsec on my LAN I'm finding I get short jumps in films, music, etc. when the key renegotiation takes place. I understand this is quite necessary, but can anybody recommend any way to reduce the delay, or remove it totally (short of having much larger

Re: usb digital camera

2003-11-28 Thread Stephen Hilton
On Sun, 23 Nov 2003 12:02:29 -1000 Kent Hauser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, Is there some trick to using USB devices? I'm trying to access my Nikon coolpix 5000 (latest firmware PTP mode) from 4.9-STABLE with no luck. usbdevs sees the camera, as does gphoto2 --auto-detect. However, I'm

Re: ipfw pipes + firewall

2003-11-28 Thread Alex de Kruijff
On Fri, Nov 28, 2003 at 09:37:06PM +0800, Khairil Yusof wrote: I've read the man pages, and tested it out, and just want to confirm that what Im doing is right and that I didn't miss anything. Disable one_pass so that packets after matching pipe rule will continue on to other rules. Without

Re: FW: VXA-1a IDE (V2EAE) on FreeBSD 4.9-RELEASE

2003-11-28 Thread Harald Schmalzbauer
On Friday 28 November 2003 22:01, Philippe LeCavalier wrote: -Original Message- From: Philippe LeCavalier [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, November 28, 2003 3:59 PM To: '[EMAIL PROTECTED]' Subject: VXA-1a IDE (V2EAE) on FreeBSD 4.9-RELEASE Has anyone managed to get the

Re: ADSL question

2003-11-28 Thread Alex de Kruijff
On Fri, Nov 28, 2003 at 05:23:37PM +0800, Zhang Weiwu wrote: Hello. I never touched ADSL before, now I booked an ADSL phone line. I have a small LAN, the server (FreeBSD 4.9 STABLE) is there as 192.168.0.1, providing services like NFS and it is a DHCP server. It also need to act as NAT for

Re: unneeded modules

2003-11-28 Thread Florin Betivoiu
--- Dan Nelson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In the last episode (Nov 28), Florin Betivoiu said: I would like to know if there is any way to not compile in the kernel drivers I don't need. For example kldstat -v shows that lots of miibus modules are loaded when i just need pnaphy, or lots of

Re: Kazaa/p2p on a LAN and ping problems

2003-11-28 Thread Alex de Kruijff
On Thu, Nov 27, 2003 at 07:49:07PM -0600, Eric Timme wrote: Network topology: LAN == FreeBSD Gateway == Internet Gateway specifications: FreeBSD overlord 4.8-STABLE FreeBSD 4.8-STABLE #0: Mon Sep 22 07:05:09 CDT 2003 k6-233, 128MB ram ipf packet filtering in place Internet (cable):

Re: ipfw and gateway SRVR controling.

2003-11-28 Thread Alex de Kruijff
On Fri, Nov 28, 2003 at 12:36:44AM +0300, Marwan Sultan wrote: Hello everyone, My boss asked me to do a gateway server, which can control the access to internet users on our LAN. Make sure it has two NICs. On one you put the lan on the other the internet connection. In some cases you

security issue.

2003-11-28 Thread Marwan Sultan
Hello Tech. For the past few days, i had troubles connecting to my KIFCO server Kifco.net And at night around ( 23:30 GMT ) and the following hours i cannot connect at all, it connect for 1 second then everything lags, I can see slow connections and lagged ones. After all when im

Xine/Mplayer

2003-11-28 Thread Jonas Manalive
Hello, Whenever I play a video with either program and the video ends, it correclty closed the window automatically, but my cpu goes crazy. I had to kill -9 them. I don't know what it is called so I can search on google. I want to look for what is causing that so I can compile them without

monitoring with mrtg

2003-11-28 Thread SWIT
Hello, newbie and its the holiiday so be nice or santa will poop in your stocking :-) I am interested in monitoring my freebsd box with MRTG/rrdtool. I have the mrtg/rddtool setup on the box. I can get to my devices w/o any issues and graph. Not sure on the freebsd box tho I have RTFM and other

Re: No Kernel?

2003-11-28 Thread Jerry McAllister
After installing FreeBSD I get the following message: No /boot/loader FreeBSD/i386 boot Default: 0:da(0,a)/kernel boot: When installing the OS, I created one partition using the entire disk (in this case a 560GB arrray) and created two mount points (256M 'swap' as da0s1a and 559G

SCSI/ATA disk control

2003-11-28 Thread Lefteris Tsintjelis
Hi, Is there a way of controling SCSI/ATA disks (turning them on/off) on an online working live system? Please CC Thank you, Lefteris Tsintjelis ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To

Re: unneeded modules

2003-11-28 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Nov 28), Florin Betivoiu said: Ok. With this config file: http://tinfed.dap.ro/PONY I compiled a kernel that has 2.1MB in size. Probably I shouldn't compare it with others, but is it not too big? That's pretty small. My kernels are between 3 and 5MB, but I don't use

Re: security issue.

2003-11-28 Thread Dragoncrest
It may be best to do two things. 1st would be to disable pings to and from the server at the router by putting in an ACL on the router. The second thing you'll want to do is block access to that machine via the router from any suspect IP's or IP blocks that you suspect might be

The Complete FreeBSD: errata and addenda

2003-11-28 Thread Greg Lehey
The trouble with books is that you can't update them the way you can a web page or any other online documentation. The result is that most leading edge computer books are out of date almost before they are printed. Unfortunately, The Complete FreeBSD, published by O'Reilly, is no exception.

How to get best results from FreeBSD-questions

2003-11-28 Thread Greg Lehey
How to get the best results from FreeBSD questions. === Last update $Date: 2003/03/09 22:09:31 $ This is a regular posting to the FreeBSD questions mailing list. If you got it in answer to a message you sent, it means that the sender thinks that

Re: Xine/Mplayer

2003-11-28 Thread Dragoncrest
I get this issue quite often too. It doesn't happen all the time, but enough of the time to be a pain and I also have to do a killall -9 xine to stop them. If you find out what may be causing this, let me know cause I want to fix this problem on my end too. At 04:30 PM 11/28/03

Can't start MySQL...

2003-11-28 Thread Xpression
Hi all, after install MySQL-4.0.16 it show me the following error: Fatal error: Can't open privilege tables: Table 'mysql.host' doesn't exist...do I need to create such table ??? I'm testing it with mysqld_safe --user=mysql, usr/local/mysql/var is owned by mysql | mysql and chmod to 750...any

Re: SCSI/ATA disk control

2003-11-28 Thread Mike Maltese
Is there a way of controling SCSI/ATA disks (turning them on/off) on an online working live system? man camcontrol man atacontrol I'm not sure that you can stop ATA drives, but camcontrol allows you to stop/start SCSI drives. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED]

which version of automake/autoconf?

2003-11-28 Thread Aaron Walker
I was getting ready to install the automake and autoconf ports, when I noticed there's 4 different versions of each. How do I know which ones to install? Thanks, Aaron ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: which version of automake/autoconf?

2003-11-28 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Nov 28), Aaron Walker said: I was getting ready to install the automake and autoconf ports, when I noticed there's 4 different versions of each. How do I know which ones to install? Install the version you need :) The numbered ports will all coexist. The unnumbered

Re: security issue.

2003-11-28 Thread Marwan Sultan
Hey all, Sorry This email has been sent to freebsd LIST by mistake, it suppoze to go for the ISP :) anyhow thanks Dragoncrest for the hint and details it was usefull. the ISP now has a BCC of this email. Marwan On Fri, 28 Nov 2003 20:11:23 -0500, Dragoncrest wrote It may be best to do

Re: security issue.

2003-11-28 Thread Tillman Hodgson
On Fri, Nov 28, 2003 at 08:11:23PM -0500, Dragoncrest wrote: Limiting closed port RST response from 272 to 200 packets per second snip Can you disable all PINGS from router to my server? snip It may be best to do two things. 1st would be to disable pings to and from the server at

Re: which version of automake/autoconf?

2003-11-28 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Fri, Nov 28, 2003 at 08:17:39PM -0500, Aaron Walker wrote: I was getting ready to install the automake and autoconf ports, when I noticed there's 4 different versions of each. How do I know which ones to install? Unless you need a specific version, install the latest one. Normally, for

Re: monitoring with mrtg

2003-11-28 Thread Alex de Kruijff
On Fri, Nov 28, 2003 at 07:41:22PM -0500, SWIT wrote: Hello, newbie and its the holiiday so be nice or santa will poop in your stocking :-) I am interested in monitoring my freebsd box with MRTG/rrdtool. I have the mrtg/rddtool setup on the box. I can get to my devices w/o any issues and

Re: Vinum setup

2003-11-28 Thread Greg 'groggy' Lehey
On Friday, 28 November 2003 at 10:58:56 +0200, Ivailo Tanusheff wrote: Hi, I have some trouble setting up vinum. I think I understand how to make it start on root, but I just can't configure it. On the first line: vinum - create /etc/vinum2.cfg 1: drive a device /dev/ad0s1f ** 1 :

Laptop starts back up on its own

2003-11-28 Thread Trey Sizemore
First time I've seen this happen...I've installed FreeBSD: FreeBSD laptop.fbsdsizemore.com 5.1-RELEASE FreeBSD 5.1-RELEASE #0: Thu Jun 5 02:55:42 GMT 2003 [EMAIL PROTECTED] :/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC i386 on my laptop. When I shut the PC down at night, I wake to find

System hang when installing 5.1

2003-11-28 Thread Thor Anderson
I am attempting to install 5.1 on two identical IBM NetVista Model 6645 W2U legacy-free computers. When booting from the distribution CD, both computers appear to hang immediately after to boot loader is located: --- CD Loader 1.01 Building the

Re: strange ping behavior

2003-11-28 Thread Chip
Michael W. Oliver wrote: I suspect that what Aaron meant was that there is a local filtering problem on the 4.6 machine. When you try to ping another device from the 4.6 box, you get 'permission denied' (typical of local blocking via ipfw). Are you running ipfw on the 4.6 machine? As root,

FTP Servers...

2003-11-28 Thread Rishi Chopra
I've been installing and wiping FreeBSD installations a lot recently, and I've noticed that the FTP servers aren't all that accomodating of installation. For example, only 1-in-4 or 1-in-5 installations from ftp.freebsd.org is successful (these are all minimal installations done through FTP,

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