please help me

2003-12-13 Thread siavash mahjoob
hi Dear Mr or Mrs my name is siavash mahjoob i using samba 2.0.10 at freebsd 4.4 i login wth root password. i configure smb.conf at /usr/local/etc/smb.conf, then using smbpasswd for create password for a user that created my me(admin) when we want to login to /home from windows 2000 server a

FreeBSD listing

2003-12-13 Thread Ian Lenzen
We are editing the FreeBSD section of all.info and would like to include your web site: http://www.freebsd.org/ The all.info search directory addresses the issue of site credibility. Web site producers are an integral part of all.info. As a site contact, your input is essential in helping our

Re: Router/Gateway

2003-12-13 Thread Sunil Sunder Raj
Hi, This is what I usually do. Here ISPIP is the IP your ISP gave you. COMPILE FIREWALL WITH cd /usr/src/sys/i386/conf cp GENERIC GATEWAY vi GATEWAY ident GATEWAY #ADDED BY SSR STARTS #TO ENABLE FIREWALL options IPFIREWALL options IPFIREWALL_VERBOSE options IPFIREWALL_VERBOSE_LIMIT=0 #ID FIELDS

Re: cpu load

2003-12-13 Thread Uwe Doering
Eric Olsson wrote: I'v got FreeBSD 4.9 installed on my laptop and all is working fine except one thing and that is to be able to see how much my cpu is working. When i use 'top' it's all at 0% even tho i'm currently running alot of programs and doing a make install from the ports. I'v installed

Re: Why userland , basesystem and Kernel are together?!

2003-12-13 Thread dick hoogendijk
On 11 Dec C. Ulrich wrote: On Thu, 2003-12-11 at 14:08, Jerry McAllister wrote: I don't wish to get into a shouting match, but I don't think I completely agree with some of the things you say here. OK. Well, just toddle on over to the advocacy list where this can more

qmail scanner from localhost

2003-12-13 Thread Michael Sig Birkmose
Hi, I just recently installed qmail + qmail scaner + clamav + fprot and it all works fine. However when I attempt to send myself a test email from the machine running the services, using pine, this mail does not pass through qmail scanner? Here is my /etc/tcp.smtp: bash-2.05b# cat /etc/tcp.smtp

Re: ASUS A7N8X's 3Com chip / Sil 3112

2003-12-13 Thread anubis
On Thu, 11 Dec 2003 08:25 pm, Gautham Ganapathy wrote: Hi, Will FreeBSD 5.2 (RC1, 2 or RELEASE) support the 3Com 3C90x based n/w controller (Broadcom PHY) present on the A7N8X Deluxe motherboard? Also, will there be a driver for the Sil 3112 SATA driver? Thanx and Regards Gautham

Re: IBM xseries 305

2003-12-13 Thread anubis
On Sat, 13 Dec 2003 05:46 am, J.D. Bronson wrote: Does anyone have 4.9 running on the above platform and if so could you kindly post a dmesg output? I have just bought 2 of these units (IDE) and pondering which flavor of *bsd to run on them. thanks! I have one happily running 5.1 The

Re: Installing 5.1 on a Proliant 3000

2003-12-13 Thread anubis
On Thu, 11 Dec 2003 04:04 am, Michael L. Hostbaek wrote: Hola, I am trying to install 5.1-RELEASE on an old Compaq Proliant 3000. When I boot on the cd, and choose 'default' in the bootloader - I get the following error message - followed by a panic: acpi: bad RSDP checksum (182) NMI ISA

Re: qmail scanner from localhost

2003-12-13 Thread frankie-freebsd
On Sat, Dec 13, 2003 at 12:06:51PM +0100, Michael Sig Birkmose wrote: Hi, I just recently installed qmail + qmail scaner + clamav + fprot and it all works fine. However when I attempt to send myself a test email from the machine running the services, using pine, this mail does not pass

Setting VGA

2003-12-13 Thread Hossein
Hello; There is an option is lilo.conf named vga which can be used to set the vga of the terminal. Using this option with 791 I set the font size to a nice one. Can I do the same thing in FreeBSD and how? Yours, Mohammad H. Falaki. ___ [EMAIL

Re: Setting VGA

2003-12-13 Thread Cordula's Web
Hello; There is an option is lilo.conf named vga which can be used to set the vga of the terminal. Using this option with 791 I set the font size to a nice one. Can I do the same thing in FreeBSD and how? * Use vidcontrol(1). * If you need VESA fonts, don't forget to 'kldload vesa'. *

bsd.port.mk error

2003-12-13 Thread Nate Grey
Hello, after updating from 5.1-RELEASE-p11 to 5.2-RC (this morning) I get these errors when I try to install software from ports: [/usr/ports/archivers/zip] [EMAIL PROTECTED] # make clean Redirezione in uscita ambigua. /usr/ports/Mk/bsd.port.mk, line 1918: warning: /usr/sbin/pkg_info -P 2/

all.info site update verification

2003-12-13 Thread support
Thank you very much for updating your site info. The data entered for your site http://www.freebsd.org/ has been updated in our system. The info describing your web site (Organization Type, Site Description, Producer Type, etc.) is scheduled for future inclusion on all.info NEW DATA for your

Re: cpu load

2003-12-13 Thread Eric Olsson
I found that another person had the same problem when i searched the lists and that he got the tip to do a sh MAKEDEV all. I did just that and rebooted. After that it's working ok, it shows both in systat -v 1 and in my dockapp. Thanks for the replys :) // Eric Olsson Vahric MUHTARYAN wrote: I

DNS problem

2003-12-13 Thread Rajasekhar
Hi all I have a strange problem I have setup bsd server and installed iptables on it Everything is working fine. And allocated static ip to everybody All are 2000 professional and server clients But one client is not getting internet properly. He is having 2000 professional His DNS is

pkg_add - FreeBSD-5.0-RELEASE

2003-12-13 Thread Johan Guijt
Hi, I need FreeBSD 5.0-RELEASE (no older or newer). When I try to update packages it looks like the Directory is missing. Instead of 5.0-release there's a 5.0-current Dir on the FTP server. Am I doing something wrong? With kind regards and thanx in advance, Johan Guijt Netherlands

Re: Networking and connection sharing

2003-12-13 Thread Sergey 'DoubleF' Zaharchenko
On Sat, 13 Dec 2003 00:57:09 +0100 Simon Barner [EMAIL PROTECTED] probably wrote: Hello Ivan, As I'm about to create a kind of a WAN in my area, and I'm having a specific problem, a friend adviced me to install FreeBsd. Problem is that this WAN would be connected to the internet with

Re: growfs on /

2003-12-13 Thread Sergey 'DoubleF' Zaharchenko
On Sat, 13 Dec 2003 14:02:59 +1030 Malcolm Kay [EMAIL PROTECTED] probably wrote: On Sat, 13 Dec 2003 13:08, Jeff LaMarche wrote: Hey all... Have FreeBSD 4.8-STABLE, and I've run out of space on the slice / I really want to avoid having to backup and reformat, or doing anything that's

Re: Sound Blaster Vibra 128

2003-12-13 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Riv Octovahriz [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Can you please tell me how to install SoundBlaster Vibra 128 on my FreeBSD 4.9-STABLE ? I've tried pcm, sb and sbc, and none of them works The PCM device should be enough for at least some purposes. Can you describe exactly what you did to try it, and

NATD remote management

2003-12-13 Thread Jack L. Stone
Dear list: I manage a remote gateway/nat/router/fw server where it is not convenient for anyone to go downtown to the colo and do reboots. I've managed to do everything here remotely from my own console, including reboots when updating the OS requires it -- that is except when reconfiguring the

Re: Sound Blaster Vibra 128

2003-12-13 Thread Anton Alin-Adrian
Lowell Gilbert wrote: Riv Octovahriz [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Can you please tell me how to install SoundBlaster Vibra 128 on my FreeBSD 4.9-STABLE ? I've tried pcm, sb and sbc, and none of them works The PCM device should be enough for at least some purposes. Can you describe exactly

Re: Why userland , basesystem and Kernel are together?!

2003-12-13 Thread Jerry McAllister
On 11 Dec C. Ulrich wrote: On Thu, 2003-12-11 at 14:08, Jerry McAllister wrote: I don't wish to get into a shouting match, but I don't think I completely agree with some of the things you say here. OK. Well, just toddle on over to the advocacy list where this can more

Re: please help me

2003-12-13 Thread Peter Risdon
siavash mahjoob wrote: hi Dear Mr or Mrs my name is siavash mahjoob i using samba 2.0.10 at freebsd 4.4 i login wth root password. i configure smb.conf at /usr/local/etc/smb.conf, then using smbpasswd for create password for a user that created my me(admin) when we want to login to /home from

Dump/Restore

2003-12-13 Thread michaela
Hi there, I had a question regarding Dump/Restore. I just had to reinstall FreeBSD completely because of a problem, and now I wanted to RESTORE just the filesystem '/usr/home'. Well, I went into '/usr/home', then tried restore -rf /dev/sa0 to restore it. When it's done all there is is

Re: growfs on /

2003-12-13 Thread Jerry McAllister
Hey all... Have FreeBSD 4.8-STABLE, and I've run out of space on the slice / I really want to avoid having to backup and reformat, or doing anything that's super-time-intensive - from reading various posts and blogs related to FreeBSD, it appears to me that I can resolve my issue by

Re: startup scripts in /usr/local/etc/rc.d

2003-12-13 Thread Warren Block
On Fri, 12 Dec 2003, Andre Grove wrote: sorry. i have too much faith in ESP i guess. this is the script that is supposed to run: #!/usr/local/bin/bash Use /bin/sh unless your script specifically requires features from another shell. This is better for portability and avoiding bad habits

NATD config remote management

2003-12-13 Thread Jack L. Stone
Dear list: I manage a remote gateway/nat/router/fw server where it is not convenient for anyone to go downtown to the colo and do reboots. I've managed to do everything here remotely from my own console, including reboots when updating the OS requires it -- that is except when reconfiguring the

Re: NATD config remote management

2003-12-13 Thread Daan Vreeken [PA4DAN]
On Saturday 13 December 2003 17:25, Jack L. Stone wrote: Dear list: I manage a remote gateway/nat/router/fw server where it is not convenient for anyone to go downtown to the colo and do reboots. I've managed to do everything here remotely from my own console, including reboots when updating

Re: NATD remote management

2003-12-13 Thread Micheal Patterson
- Original Message - From: Jack L. Stone [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Saturday, December 13, 2003 10:25 AM Subject: NATD remote management Dear list: I manage a remote gateway/nat/router/fw server where it is not convenient for anyone to go downtown to the colo and

login.conf changes not being effected

2003-12-13 Thread Phil Murphy
I've been trying to test out some features in /etc/login.conf. I created a user test, in a login class kids. I edited /etc/login.conf to include: kids:\ :daytime=10:\ :tc=default: I ran cap_mkdb /etc/login.conf, and tried logging in as test. I assumed that the user would be logged off in 10

Crash Configuring Palm Device in Gnome or Evolution

2003-12-13 Thread Barry Skidmore
I am using 5.1-RELEASE, Evolution 1.4.5, and Gnome 2.4.1 Whenever I select either the 'PalmOS' Desktop Preference applet in Gnome, or the 'Pilot Settings...' option in Evolution, I receive the following crash: Application 'gpilotd' (process 5874) has crashed due to a fatal error. (Abort trap) I

Re: Vim Shared OBject.

2003-12-13 Thread David Fleck
On Fri, 12 Dec 2003, S.Mehdi Sheikhalishahi wrote: I installed FreeBSD in my box.I want to start vim editor but the following error occurred.I think I must set approprite path to Shared OBject library path.Please Help me. /usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: Shared object libc.so.6 not found. My

Re: NATD config remote management -SOLVED

2003-12-13 Thread Jack L. Stone
At 05:58 PM 12.13.2003 +0100, Daan Vreeken [PA4DAN] wrote: On Saturday 13 December 2003 17:25, Jack L. Stone wrote: Dear list: I manage a remote gateway/nat/router/fw server where it is not convenient for anyone to go downtown to the colo and do reboots. I've managed to do everything here

Re: login.conf changes not being effected

2003-12-13 Thread Cordula's Web
[login.conf] goal is to be able to restrict login times and duration. 1. First of all, /etc/login.conf doesn't apply for ssh logins. Only the login(1) program reads this. Not sshd or other daemons. 2. As far as I can remember, you _can_ restrict the time of day for logins by setting

Re: FreeBSD 4.x-RELEASE on the intel 875 or 865-series chipsets

2003-12-13 Thread Brian Costello
Dan: Thank you very much for your response! I of course checked hardware.txt before posting, but didn't see a single mention on either the 5.x or 4.x release sections, but figured it was just an oversight as you pointed out - the 875 865 seemed to be far too be far too popular a chipset to be

Re: Firewire cards supported

2003-12-13 Thread Marc Wiz
On Fri, Dec 12, 2003 at 04:14:24PM -0600, Marc Wiz wrote: On Fri, Dec 12, 2003 at 04:49:27PM -0500, Forrest Aldrich wrote: Anyone recommend a particular firewire card/brand for use with FreeBSD 4.x (and possibly 5.x in the future). Forrest, the handbook has info on which chipsets are

4.9 floppy install help

2003-12-13 Thread Al Leslie
i have Award Modular BIOS v 4.41 PG (c) 1984-96 (cd-rom Bootable), Pent 133Mhz 1.2 Gig and 32 Megs 3com nic. no mouse. i downloaded 4.9 in 2 .iso images and setup some floppies for booting. the Kern.flp disk executes fine and asks for Mfsroot.flp. but this disks returns zf_read unexpected EOF and

Re: 4.9 floppy install help

2003-12-13 Thread Chris Howells
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Saturday 13 December 2003 19:33, Al Leslie wrote: can someone shed some light on this? Try some different disks. They maybe dodgy. - -- Cheers, Chris Howells -- [EMAIL PROTECTED], [EMAIL PROTECTED] Web: http://chrishowells.co.uk, PGP ID:

RE: Need help: HyperThreading-CPU + FreeBSD-Stable + Multi-threading

2003-12-13 Thread Stefan Cars
Hi! This is strange, my system doesn't even show mchdep.hlt_logical_cpus, very weird. My system have HT /S -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Rob Sent: den 12 december 2003 15:58 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Need help: HyperThreading-CPU

Releases...

2003-12-13 Thread Xpression
Hi list, I've donwloading 5.0 but yesterday at night give me an error, when I enter the site again it was dissapeared, I've checked http://www.freebsd.org/releases/index.html and 5.2 isn't there and not in the home page too...can anybody tell me which is the lastest -STABLE (I was thinking 4.9)

Re: login.conf changes not being effected

2003-12-13 Thread Jez Hancock
On Sat, Dec 13, 2003 at 12:50:55PM -0500, Phil Murphy wrote: I've been trying to test out some features in /etc/login.conf. I created a user test, in a login class kids. I edited /etc/login.conf to include: kids:\ :daytime=10:\ :tc=default: I ran cap_mkdb /etc/login.conf, and tried

RE: Releases...

2003-12-13 Thread fbsd_user
Yes 4.9 is the official stable production release. All the 5.x versions are the bleeding edge development versions. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Xpression Sent: Saturday, December 13, 2003 4:37 PM To: FreeBSD-questions Subject: Releases...

USB Web Cam

2003-12-13 Thread Bryan Cassidy
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hello. I'm using FreeBSD 4.8 p14 and have a USB Web Cam that I would like to use. I have the following in my /etc/rc.conf file usbd_load=YES and the following in /boot/loader.conf usb_load=YES ums_load=YES umass_load=YES Not sure if these are the

Re: bsd.port.mk error

2003-12-13 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Sat, Dec 13, 2003 at 01:06:39PM +, Nate Grey wrote: Hello, after updating from 5.1-RELEASE-p11 to 5.2-RC (this morning) I get these errors when I try to install software from ports: [/usr/ports/archivers/zip] [EMAIL PROTECTED] # make clean Redirezione in uscita ambigua.

Re: Dump/Restore

2003-12-13 Thread Malcolm Kay
On Sun, 14 Dec 2003 03:04, michaela wrote: Hi there, I had a question regarding Dump/Restore. I just had to reinstall FreeBSD completely because of a problem, and now I wanted to RESTORE just the filesystem '/usr/home'. Well, I went into '/usr/home', then tried restore -rf /dev/sa0 to

Changing Default Router?

2003-12-13 Thread Dragoncrest
HI all. How do I change the default router (aka gateway) in freebsd without rebooting? I know I can change the IP, subnet mask, and broadcast address through ifconfig, but I couldn't find in there where I could change the default router. Anyone know? Thanks.

Re: Changing Default Router?

2003-12-13 Thread Jez Hancock
On Sat, Dec 13, 2003 at 06:41:16PM -0500, Dragoncrest wrote: HI all. How do I change the default router (aka gateway) in freebsd without rebooting? I know I can change the IP, subnet mask, and broadcast address through ifconfig, but I couldn't find in there where I could change the

Re: Changing Default Router?

2003-12-13 Thread Malcolm Kay
On Sun, 14 Dec 2003 10:11, Dragoncrest wrote: HI all. How do I change the default router (aka gateway) in freebsd without rebooting? I know I can change the IP, subnet mask, and broadcast address through ifconfig, but I couldn't find in there where I could change the default router. Anyone

RE: Need help: HyperThreading-CPU + FreeBSD-Stable + Multi-threading

2003-12-13 Thread Minnesota Slinky
I _believe_ there is an options HT #for HyperThreading In the kernel configuration. HTH Eric F Crist President AdTech Integrated Systems, Inc (612) 998-3588 -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Stefan Cars Sent: Saturday, December 13,

Re: Changing Default Router?

2003-12-13 Thread Malcolm Kay
On Sun, 14 Dec 2003 10:24, Malcolm Kay wrote: On Sun, 14 Dec 2003 10:11, Dragoncrest wrote: HI all. How do I change the default router (aka gateway) in freebsd without rebooting? I know I can change the IP, subnet mask, and broadcast address through ifconfig, but I couldn't find in there

RE: NATD remote management

2003-12-13 Thread Minnesota Slinky
Jack, What I find usually works for me is a simple script that checks to see if natd is running. If not, it reloads natd after flusshing all the rules. I usually set this script to run every 5 minutes or so. You can change that to match your needs. Eric F Crist President AdTech Integrated

Re: Releases...

2003-12-13 Thread Greg 'groggy' Lehey
On Saturday, 13 December 2003 at 17:11:55 -0500, fbsd_user wrote: On Saturday, December 13, 2003 4:37 PM, Xpression wrote: Hi list, I've donwloading 5.0 Why that? 5.1 has been out for a long time, and 5.2 is just round the corner. but yesterday at night give me an error, when I enter the

Re: Sound Blaster Vibra 128

2003-12-13 Thread Riv Octovahriz
Lowell Gilbert wrote: Riv Octovahriz [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Can you please tell me how to install SoundBlaster Vibra 128 on my FreeBSD 4.9-STABLE ? I've tried pcm, sb and sbc, and none of them works The PCM device should be enough for at least some purposes. Can you describe exactly

Page faults every few days

2003-12-13 Thread Jaime
I have a server that has been experiencing kernel panics every few weeks for months. Lately, it seems to happen anywhere from once every two weeks up to 3 times in the same week. It is always a page fault. I've replaced the drive with the swap partition on it, the RAM, the mother board,

Re: Page faults every few days

2003-12-13 Thread paul beard
On Dec 13, 2003, at 8:50 PM, Jaime wrote: current process = 26642 (perl5.00503) any idea what perl-based job is running and if moving to a newer perl version would have any effect at all? -- Paul Beard www.paulbeard.org/ paulbeard [at] mac.com

Re: Page faults every few days

2003-12-13 Thread Jaime
On Sunday, December 14, 2003, at 12:10 AM, paul beard wrote: On Dec 13, 2003, at 8:50 PM, Jaime wrote: current process = 26642 (perl5.00503) any idea what perl-based job is running and if moving to a newer perl version would have any effect at all? Its probably SpamAssassin, which is

Nvidia vs SMP/apic

2003-12-13 Thread matti k
I have a problem whereby the nvidia drivers cause my system to hang/reboot a few seconds after startx. I have discovered that disabling the SMP/apic lines in the kernel fixes the problem. This occurs on 5.2-CURRENT and 4.9-RELEASE. I first noticed this problem after a motherboard swap. The old

Re: Page faults every few days

2003-12-13 Thread paul beard
On Dec 13, 2003, at 9:19 PM, Jaime wrote: (I don't see why a user-space process would interfere with kernel resource management.) me, either, but it seemed worth looking into. since this seems to be related to swapping, how much real memory vs swap do you have? do you have any idea how much

RE: Page faults every few days

2003-12-13 Thread Minnesota Slinky
Jaime, Perhaps you should consider updating your sources. You're using a PRERELEASE version of 4.9. zeus# uname -a FreeBSD zeus.cairodurham.org 4.9-PRERELEASE FreeBSD 4.9-PRERELEASE #9: Tue Aug 26 14:01:09 EDT 2003 Eric F Crist President AdTech Integrated Systems, Inc (612) 998-3588

Edit handbook.

2003-12-13 Thread Roger Howard
http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/smtp-auth.html It would be nice if you could add a point between points 3 and 4 on this page which says... If you haven't done a make world, do: cd /usr/src/lib/libsmutil make depend make obj make cd /usr/src/lib/libsm make depend make

Re: Page faults every few days

2003-12-13 Thread Gautam Gopalakrishnan
On Sun, Dec 14, 2003 at 12:19:19AM -0500, Jaime wrote: On Sunday, December 14, 2003, at 12:10 AM, paul beard wrote: On Dec 13, 2003, at 8:50 PM, Jaime wrote: current process = 26642 (perl5.00503) any idea what perl-based job is running and if moving to a newer perl version would

IPFW via command problem

2003-12-13 Thread Ian Moore
Hi, I'm setting up a firewall on a dual homed host for an ADSL connection. I'm using 4.8-RELEASE, cvsupped to the latest RELENG_4_8 as of late October 2003. I've followed the instructions at http://www.mostgraveconcern.com/freebsd/ipfw.html for setting up the firewall, which supposedly work,