Re: can't startx after upgrade

2004-05-24 Thread hoe-waa
Thanks for responding Jason. Yes, I used the script from gnome. This is the 3rd box I have upgraded and the first problem of this nature. Robert - Original Message - From: jason [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Sunday, May 23, 2004 4:55 pm Subject: Re: can't startx after upgrade [EMAIL

Re: sophos anti virus and mailmonitor on freebsd

2004-05-24 Thread Frank Mueller
I wonder who should ever need mailmonitor in FreeBSD Here we are running Sophos on several FBSD machines and we use amavis to make it scan and filter our mails. That works perfectly and so I see no need for mailmonitor at all. Greetz, Frank Mailmonitor will work on BSD. I have it running

libgthread-2.0.so.200 - libgthread-2.0.so.400 Problems

2004-05-24 Thread Schizik
Hello, everyone! After cvsuping ports tree and updating glibs to recent version most of my glibs based applications are failing with: GThread-ERROR **: file gthread-posix.c: line 135 (): error 'No such process' during 'pthread_getschedparam (pthread_self(), policy, sched)' aborting... (yes, I

disk recovery

2004-05-24 Thread John Oxley
Hi, I have a personal server with 400Gb of hard disks in various shapes and sizes. I don't have enough money for redundant disks, and I would like to know what the most efficient way of making sure my data doesn't get lost, in case of a hard drive failure. The best would be for some sort of

Freebsd 4.x support IBM X235 Series and ServeRAID 6i/6M

2004-05-24 Thread Chinawat Wongvivitkul
Dear Sir, I have one question ask you about Freebsd 4.x. Does Freebsd 4.x support ServeRAID 6i on IBM X235 Series ? Thank you very much. W. Chinawat ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: Freebsd 4.x support IBM X235 Series and ServeRAID 6i/6M

2004-05-24 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, May 24, 2004 at 03:54:16PM +0700, Chinawat Wongvivitkul wrote: I have one question ask you about Freebsd 4.x. Does Freebsd 4.x support ServeRAID 6i on IBM X235 Series ? No, apparently not. It is however supported under FreeBSD 5.x:

UFS problem

2004-05-24 Thread Andrew Sinclair
I have a question about my filesystem. I have an 80GB ATA HDD with a partition on it full of data. It was in a removable rack which isn't electrically sound and has since damaged the partition. I've tried recovering it with fdisk/disklabel but it reports incorrect block device and won't mount

sysinstall config question

2004-05-24 Thread Alex Povolotsky
Hello! According to sysinstall(8), LOAD_CONFIG_FILE If sysinstall is compiled with LOAD_CONFIG_FILE set in the envi- ronment (or in the Makefile) to some value, then that value will be used as the filename to automatically look for and load when sysinstall

Re: bad gnome responsiveness with network load

2004-05-24 Thread Simon Barner
Hi, Summary: with /home NFS mounted at 10Mbit/s, network i/o makes my sytem noticeably slower (as in GNOME interactivity). I'm running RELENG_5_2, with SCHED_ULE and ADAPTIVE_MUTEXES. What NIC are you using? It sounds like your system is slowed down by vast interrupt stroms (use top an

libgthread-2.0.so.200 - libgthread-2.0.so.400 Problems (FIXED)

2004-05-24 Thread Schizik
GThread-ERROR **: file gthread-posix.c: line 135 (): error 'No such process' during 'pthread_getschedparam (pthread_self(), policy, sched)' aborting... Sorry for bothering, I'm stupid Reading UPDATING helped (I'm running -CURRENT) Alex. ___

What's the bridged option in ipfw's man page ?

2004-05-24 Thread Supote Leelasupphakorn
Hi... lists, I've read the ipfw man page and in the RULE OPTION There is bridged option there. I'm currently set the bridge-base firewall so my question is what's the bridged packets and how much I take advantage from this option ? TIA, pjn

RE: Help to start BIND on boot

2004-05-24 Thread Nuno César Pires
Hi, I have defined de 'rand_irqs' settings in rc.conf as you suggested but unfortunately the result was the same. Meanwhile I setup a fresh installation, of the new FreeBSD 5.2.1 release with the BIND 8.3.7, in other box. I setup the BIND and the system with the same settings as the other and

Re: sysinstall config question

2004-05-24 Thread Daniel Bye
On Mon, May 24, 2004 at 02:47:32PM +0400, Alex Povolotsky wrote: Hello! According to sysinstall(8), LOAD_CONFIG_FILE If sysinstall is compiled with LOAD_CONFIG_FILE set in the envi- ronment (or in the Makefile) to some value, then that value will be used as the

FreeBSD 4.7 (Related to Dump and Restore).

2004-05-24 Thread Grant Peel
Hi guys, Thanks for the help with the dump and restore question. I am about to clone 2 more machines to the setup mentioned in 'Dump and Restore'. It is based around FreeBSD 4.7. These systems will need to last 3 years before they are decommisioned and replaced. Are there any critical problems

Repeated connections to port 25 with firewall

2004-05-24 Thread Jonathon McKitrick
This is probably a simple question with a simple answer, but I wasn't sure where to look. I recently installed a deny-all firewall and everything is working fine. However, I keep getting /kernel log messages about attempts to connect to port 25. Are these just various processes trying to mail

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2004-05-24 Thread balocom
I have an older computer wich cant`t boot CD-ROM discs and I hawe two ways: -to boot from the hard disc; -or to boot from the floppy and instal it from CD-ROM. But i have no idea how to do this. Marko, Slovenia ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: your mail

2004-05-24 Thread Michal Pasternak
[EMAIL PROTECTED] [Mon, May 24, 2004 at 03:58:05PM +0200]: I have an older computer wich cant`t boot CD-ROM discs and I hawe two ways: -to boot from the hard disc; -or to boot from the floppy and instal it from CD-ROM. But i have no idea how to do this. Start with FreeBSD Handbook:

RE: FreeBSD 4.7 (Related to Dump and Restore).

2004-05-24 Thread JJB
Yes there are many critical problems you should be very concerned about. The first being 4.7 is at it's end of life now. There are many security updates between 4.7 and 4.10 the soon to be officially announced newest stable version release. If you have time constraint where you have to deploy

Re: disk recovery

2004-05-24 Thread Bill Moran
John Oxley wrote: Hi, I have a personal server with 400Gb of hard disks in various shapes and sizes. I don't have enough money for redundant disks, and I would like to know what the most efficient way of making sure my data doesn't get lost, in case of a hard drive failure. The best would be for

Re: sophos anti virus and mailmonitor on freebsd

2004-05-24 Thread Micheal Patterson
- Original Message - From: Frank Mueller [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Thomas Farrell [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, May 24, 2004 1:12 AM Subject: Re: sophos anti virus and mailmonitor on freebsd I wonder who should ever need mailmonitor in FreeBSD Here we are

RE: disk recovery

2004-05-24 Thread JJB
Even considering repairing an damaged HD as an method to replace backups is an stupid thought. People who do not backup critical data are fools. There is no price tag one can put on critical data. You find some way to backup to flat compressed file format and write to an removable HD or CDROM or

Re: Help to start BIND on boot

2004-05-24 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, May 24, 2004 at 12:29:55PM +0100, Nuno César Pires wrote: My question is: what solve the problem, the new FreeBSD 5.2.1 or the BIND 8.3.7? Good question. It's unlikely to be the simple replacement of one OS version or one BIND version for another -- we would know about it if there was

Re: Repeated connections to port 25 with firewall

2004-05-24 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, May 24, 2004 at 01:29:57PM +0100, Jonathon McKitrick wrote: This is probably a simple question with a simple answer, but I wasn't sure where to look. I recently installed a deny-all firewall and everything is working fine. However, I keep getting /kernel log messages about attempts

Re: bad gnome responsiveness with network load

2004-05-24 Thread Joan Picanyol
* Simon Barner [EMAIL PROTECTED] [20040524 12:47]: Hi, Summary: with /home NFS mounted at 10Mbit/s, network i/o makes my sytem noticeably slower (as in GNOME interactivity). I'm running RELENG_5_2, with SCHED_ULE and ADAPTIVE_MUTEXES. What NIC are you using? It sounds like your system

Re: disk recovery

2004-05-24 Thread Joachim Dagerot
I used to think just like you. I thought I found the perfect balance between being on a budget and still having some kind of data security by using the Vinum software raid. So I stored the first 10 hours of video and 4k of still shots of my newly borned first child on the raid, and everything

Re:

2004-05-24 Thread Kent Stewart
On Monday 24 May 2004 06:58 am, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have an older computer wich cant`t boot CD-ROM discs and I hawe two ways: -to boot from the hard disc; -or to boot from the floppy and instal it from CD-ROM. But i have no idea how to do this. Marko, Slovenia Choose your closest

Re:

2004-05-24 Thread Kent Stewart
On Monday 24 May 2004 06:34 am, Kent Stewart wrote: On Monday 24 May 2004 06:58 am, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have an older computer wich cant`t boot CD-ROM discs and I hawe two ways: -to boot from the hard disc; -or to boot from the floppy and instal it from CD-ROM. But i have no idea

Re: disk recovery

2004-05-24 Thread Jerry McAllister
Hi, Hi, I have a personal server with 400Gb of hard disks in various shapes and sizes. I don't have enough money for redundant disks, and I would like to know what the most efficient way of making sure my data doesn't get lost, in case of a hard drive failure. The best would be for some

Re: sysinstall config question

2004-05-24 Thread Alex Povolotsky
On Mon, 24 May 2004 12:37:43 +0100 Daniel Bye [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: DB My understanding from reading sysinstall(8) is that the sysinstall DB binary needs to have LOAD_CONFIG_FILE set in the environment, not DB the release build. DB DB Try adding it to the Makefile for sysinstall, and see

Re: Repeated connections to port 25 with firewall

2004-05-24 Thread Thomas T. Veldhouse
From: Jonathon McKitrick [EMAIL PROTECTED] This is probably a simple question with a simple answer, but I wasn't sure where to look. I recently installed a deny-all firewall and everything is working fine. However, I keep getting /kernel log messages about attempts to connect to port 25.

sigset_t

2004-05-24 Thread Arne Dirks
Hi folks, I have just coded something on my Mac with signal funcionalities. On my machine (OS X 10.3) it compiles without problems, but on a FreeBSD 5.2.1 machine I get an error. The compiler says: main.c:10: error: invalid initializer *** Error code 1 My Code was: 10: sigset_t sig = SIGALRM;

Re: sysinstall config question

2004-05-24 Thread Daniel Bye
On Mon, May 24, 2004 at 05:48:21PM +0400, Alex Povolotsky wrote: On Mon, 24 May 2004 12:37:43 +0100 Daniel Bye [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: DB My understanding from reading sysinstall(8) is that the sysinstall DB binary needs to have LOAD_CONFIG_FILE set in the environment, not DB the release

How to decrease the loader wait-time?

2004-05-24 Thread Andreas Davour
Hi! I've been staring at the beastie during startup quite a bit now. Even though he is a handsome chap to stare at, I still think 10 seconds each boot is a bit to much. Can someone tell me how I configure the loader to decrease the time delay? I kind of figured it would be found in the

Re: sigset_t

2004-05-24 Thread Malcolm Kay
On Monday 24 May 2004 23:40, Arne Dirks wrote: Hi folks, I have just coded something on my Mac with signal funcionalities. On my machine (OS X 10.3) it compiles without problems, but on a FreeBSD 5.2.1 machine I get an error. The compiler says: main.c:10: error: invalid initializer ***

Re: How to decrease the loader wait-time?

2004-05-24 Thread Frank Mueller
Just add the following line to your /boot/loader.conf: autoboot_delay=SECONDS and set the time in seconds for SECONDS. Greetz, Frank Hi! I've been staring at the beastie during startup quite a bit now. Even though he is a handsome chap to stare at, I still think 10 seconds each boot is

Re: sigset_t

2004-05-24 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (May 24), Arne Dirks said: I have just coded something on my Mac with signal funcionalities. On my machine (OS X 10.3) it compiles without problems, but on a FreeBSD 5.2.1 machine I get an error. The compiler says: main.c:10: error: invalid initializer *** Error code 1

Re: How to decrease the loader wait-time?

2004-05-24 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (May 24), Andreas Davour said: I've been staring at the beastie during startup quite a bit now. Even though he is a handsome chap to stare at, I still think 10 seconds each boot is a bit to much. Can someone tell me how I configure the loader to decrease the time delay?

RE: IPF/IPNat router/gateway

2004-05-24 Thread Michael Zimmer
Sorry for the confusion; the Windows machine(s) were connected to the BSD box through a smaller hub I had lying around. The IPs are all static and have been manually entered. ...the ISP swears up and down that they don't rely on DHCP, so I'm still somewhat at a loss. thanks

Excess Kernel Options

2004-05-24 Thread SonServers Christian Web Hosting
Hi, I need to recompile my kernel on a server to add quota support. I'm thinking while I'm doing that, I should go ahead and remove everything else I don't need like SCSI, RAID, etc. The thing I'm wondering about is: I have no use for USB, Firewire, etc. on this server. Even though the server

Re: Repeated connections to port 25 with firewall

2004-05-24 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2004-05-24 08:49, Thomas T. Veldhouse [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: From: Jonathon McKitrick [EMAIL PROTECTED] This is probably a simple question with a simple answer, but I wasn't sure where to look. [snip] You should allow all traffic on your loopback device by default. Much like this

libxml2.so.5: Undefined symbol pthread_equal w/ xfce4

2004-05-24 Thread Andreas Ntaflos
Hello list, This one annoys me for quite a long time now. I am using xfce4 (but that's not the point) and there is this problem with libxml2. It manifests itself thus: ** (xfce-mcs-manager:89174): WARNING **: Module /usr/X11R6/lib/xfce4/mcs-plugins /libxfce4settings.so cannot be opened

Re: Excess Kernel Options

2004-05-24 Thread Bill Moran
SonServers Christian Web Hosting wrote: Hi, I need to recompile my kernel on a server to add quota support. I'm thinking while I'm doing that, I should go ahead and remove everything else I don't need like SCSI, RAID, etc. The thing I'm wondering about is: I have no use for USB, Firewire,

SquirrelMail login issues

2004-05-24 Thread Mike Oliveri
Hello, I'm using SquirrelMail on FreeBSD 4.9 Release and I've installed the latest imap-uw from ports to allow SquirrelMail logins. Per the SquirrelMail support page, I used the following environment variable to run make before installation: env WITH_SSL_AND_PLAINTEXT=YES make per

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2004-05-24 Thread Squirrel Havoc
Hello, I am new to this list, so hopefully I an writing to the right address. Anyway, I just installed FreeBSD in conjunction with WindowsME, and when it asked for a boot manager to be installed, I selected None, since it said that's what people who use PC-DOS should select. Now I can't boot into

Mystery Ports

2004-05-24 Thread Jason Dusek
Hey, So I have some ports open (111 and 1023) and I don't know why. How do I find out what is keeping them open? I'm told that 111 is related to nfs, so I knocked off nfsiod but that didn't solve the problem... -- -- Jason Dusek (`-''-/).___..--''`-._ -- | `6_ 6 ) `-. (

Re: How to decrease the loader wait-time?

2004-05-24 Thread Andreas Davour
On Mon, 24 May 2004, Frank Mueller wrote: Just add the following line to your /boot/loader.conf: autoboot_delay=SECONDS and set the time in seconds for SECONDS. Thanks! I'll try that. /andreas === Emacs = mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

RE: SquirrelMail login issues

2004-05-24 Thread Lee Dilkie
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Mike Oliveri Sent: Monday, May 24, 2004 11:31 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: SquirrelMail login issues Hello, I'm using SquirrelMail on FreeBSD 4.9 Release and I've installed the latest imap-uw from

Re: How to decrease the loader wait-time?

2004-05-24 Thread Andreas Davour
On Mon, 24 May 2004, Dan Nelson wrote: In the last episode (May 24), Andreas Davour said: I've been staring at the beastie during startup quite a bit now. Even though he is a handsome chap to stare at, I still think 10 seconds each boot is a bit to much. Can someone tell me how I

Re: libxml2.so.5: Undefined symbol pthread_equal w/ xfce4

2004-05-24 Thread Andreas Ntaflos
Sure I forgot to mention that I use FreeBSD 4.10-BETA as of April 9, not 5.x. Sorry. Thanks. -- Andreas daff Ntaflos | A cynic is a man who knows the price of daff AT dword DOT org | everything, and the value of nothing. Vienna, AUSTRIA| Oscar Wilde

Re: Mystery Ports

2004-05-24 Thread Daniel Bye
On Mon, May 24, 2004 at 10:44:40AM -0500, Jason Dusek wrote: Hey, So I have some ports open (111 and 1023) and I don't know why. How do I find out what is keeping them open? I'm told that 111 is related to nfs, so I knocked off nfsiod but that didn't solve the problem... 111 is the

Re: Mystery Ports

2004-05-24 Thread albi
On Mon, 24 May 2004 10:44:40 -0500 Jason Dusek [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: So I have some ports open (111 and 1023) and I don't know why. How do I find out what is keeping them open? I'm told that 111 is related to nfs, so I knocked off nfsiod but that didn't solve the problem... you can look at

RE: Mystery Ports

2004-05-24 Thread JJB
If you are running 5.x releases they have bug where NFS is run all the time even if you don't want them. You have to recompile your kernel without NFS support before they go away. You should submit an bug report about this. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL

Re: Mystery Ports

2004-05-24 Thread Bill Moran
Jason Dusek wrote: Hey, So I have some ports open (111 and 1023) and I don't know why. How do I find out what is keeping them open? I'm told that 111 is related to nfs, so I knocked off nfsiod but that didn't solve the problem... Two answers for two questions: First, those two ports are open

RE: SquirrelMail login issues

2004-05-24 Thread Mike Oliveri
I added the following to /etc/make.conf so it'll pick up the right settings everytime... .if ${.CURDIR} == /usr/ports/mail/imap-uw WITH_SSL_AND_PLAINTEXT=yes .endif .if ${.CURDIR} == /usr/ports/mail/cclient WITH_SSL_AND_PLAINTEXT=yes .endif then forced a rebuild of imap-uw. (i think i used

apsfilter - build problems wrt ORBit2

2004-05-24 Thread Bryan Bursey
Folks - uname -a: FreeBSD nipplehead.eastlink.ca 4.10-PRERELEASE FreeBSD 4.10-PRERELEASE #0: Sun May 23 21:23:47 ADT 2004 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/NIPKERN i386 I've made a couple of attempts to install print/apsfilter from ports. Before cvsupping both ports and src and make

Recommended Motherboards for FreeBSD 4.x and 5.x

2004-05-24 Thread Robert Huff
Patrick Hurrelmann writes: personally I'm a ASUS-User. Here too. Started with a P2-B, now running on a P5-S533. May not be the highest performance, but a rock for stability. Robert Huff ___ [EMAIL

Problems connecting to the internet through a wireless router

2004-05-24 Thread John Murdock
I have installed FreeBSD succesfully on my Gateway M500 laptop. The only problem I have is that my laptop connects to the internet through a wireless router. My wireless card is working fine on the laptop and I can succesfully ping the router, but when I load up a webbrowser I get a Cannot

Problem after running portupgrade

2004-05-24 Thread Stephen Liu
Hi folks, I encountered problems after running # portupgrade -aRrvO At completion following warning popup; . .. Backing up the old version /var: write failed, filesystem is full bzip2: I/O or other error, bailing out. Possible reason follows. bzip2: No space left on device

Re: Problem after running portupgrade

2004-05-24 Thread Chris
On Monday 24 May 2004 11:49 am, Stephen Liu wrote: Hi folks, I encountered problems after running # portupgrade -aRrvO At completion following warning popup; . .. Backing up the old version /var: write failed, filesystem is full Look into /var/log for a list of files like this

Re: Problem after running portupgrade

2004-05-24 Thread Remko Lodder
Hey again Stephen, Stephen Liu wrote: Hi folks, I encountered problems after running # portupgrade -aRrvO At completion following warning popup; . .. Backing up the old version /var: write failed, filesystem is full bzip2: I/O or other error, bailing out. Possible reason follows. bzip2:

Re: Problems connecting to the internet through a wireless router

2004-05-24 Thread Andrew L. Gould
On Mon, 24 May 2004 11:48:02 -0500 John Murdock [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have installed FreeBSD succesfully on my Gateway M500 laptop. The only problem I have is that my laptop connects to the internet through a wireless router. My wireless card is working fine on the laptop and I can

Re: Broken Disk

2004-05-24 Thread Jason Dusek
Hi, Through a combination of this list's suggestions, I managed to get fdisk to successfully operate on my disk. Thanks. However, the step about 'editing my label' as given in the handbook: # disklabel -e da1s1 # Edit the disklabel just created. is not something I really understand. Where is

Problems connecting to the internet through a wireless router

2004-05-24 Thread phest0r
I created the /etc/resolv.conf file and now it works. Amazing how simple that was. Thanks! ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

App like M$ Project

2004-05-24 Thread Bob Collins
I am looking for a nice Open Source app like Microsloth's Project. I have Googled a bit and find nothing interesting. Do any of you have a suggestion for such a thing, assuming it even exists? Of course, I would also like to run it on FBSD, but if it could also run on Winderz, for some of my

Re:

2004-05-24 Thread Mike Jeays
On Mon, 2004-05-24 at 09:58, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have an older computer wich cant`t boot CD-ROM discs and I hawe two ways: -to boot from the hard disc; -or to boot from the floppy and instal it from CD-ROM. But i have no idea how to do this. Marko, Slovenia

Re: Broken Disk

2004-05-24 Thread Bill Moran
Jason Dusek wrote: Hi, Through a combination of this list's suggestions, I managed to get fdisk to successfully operate on my disk. Thanks. However, the step about 'editing my label' as given in the handbook: # disklabel -e da1s1 # Edit the disklabel just created. is not something I really

Re: App like M$ Project

2004-05-24 Thread Andreas Ntaflos
On Mon, May 24, 2004 at 02:05:39PM -0400, Bob Collins wrote: I am looking for a nice Open Source app like Microsloth's Project. I have Googled a bit and find nothing interesting. Do any of you have a suggestion for such a thing, assuming it even exists? Of course, I would also like to run it

Re: App like M$ Project

2004-05-24 Thread Thorsten von Plotho-Kettner
On Mon, 24 May 2004 14:05:39 -0400 Bob Collins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am looking for a nice Open Source app like Microsloth's Project. Maybe here: http://freshmeat.net/search/?q=projectsection=projectsGo.x=0Go.y=0 Regards, Thorsten ___ [EMAIL

X11 config problem

2004-05-24 Thread Squirrel Havoc
I was able to boot into FreeBSD (finally!), and went on to configure X11 by using xf86config, answered all the questions, but after that, when I would type X or startx, it starts up, then exits with an error like no screen present. What config step am I missing? Thanks = Squirrel Havoc

Re: Proper way to start a program at log-on

2004-05-24 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Sun, May 23, 2004 at 21:42:04 EDT, Kirk Strauser scribbled these curious markings: Nope, that's fine. Of course, you *could* just leave it running forever, if you really wanted to. No, it is anything _but_ fine. If Gerard makes a mistake with mergemaster, his shutdown changes are lost. The

Re: Mystery Ports

2004-05-24 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Mon, May 24, 2004 at 11:44:40 EDT, Jason Dusek scribbled these curious markings: Hey, So I have some ports open (111 and 1023) and I don't know why. How do I find out what is keeping them open? I'm told that 111 is related to nfs, so I knocked off nfsiod but that didn't solve the

Re: App like M$ Project

2004-05-24 Thread Bob Collins
On Mon, May 24, 2004, Andreas Ntaflos clacked the keyboard to produce: Thank you both, I shall look into each one. -- Bob ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to

Re: Proper way to start a program at log-on

2004-05-24 Thread Kirk Strauser
At 2004-05-24T18:51:18Z, Christopher Nehren [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: No, it is anything _but_ fine. Ack - I saw rc.shutdown and mentally replaced it with ~/.bash_logout , which would've been fine. The real way is decidedly not fine. -- Kirk Strauser pgpt7jOKNGNV8.pgp Description: PGP

freebsd 5.2.1 openssh hole

2004-05-24 Thread Thomas May
Hi, i have installed the new version 5.2.1 and the ports collection from yesterday. i have checked the server with nessus and I got a security hole warning. You are running a version of OpenSSH which is older than 3.7.1 Versions older than 3.7.1 are vulnerable to a flaw in the buffer

Re: Broken Disk

2004-05-24 Thread Jerry McAllister
Jason Dusek wrote: Hi, Through a combination of this list's suggestions, I managed to get fdisk to successfully operate on my disk. Thanks. However, the step about 'editing my label' as given in the handbook: # disklabel -e da1s1 # Edit the disklabel just created. is not

Re: freebsd 5.2.1 openssh hole

2004-05-24 Thread Vince Hoffman
On Mon, 24 May 2004, Thomas May wrote: Hi, i have installed the new version 5.2.1 and the ports collection from yesterday. i have checked the server with nessus and I got a security hole warning. You are running a version of OpenSSH which is older than 3.7.1 Versions older than

qmail from ports

2004-05-24 Thread Darryl Hoar
Greetings, I installed qmail from ports. distinfo file shows the qmail-ldap patch. According to life with qmail-ldap, the patch is suppose to contain the qmail.schema file. I cannot fine this file on my system after the successful install of this port. Anybody know where it is ? I have

Re: Mystery Ports

2004-05-24 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Mon, May 24, 2004 at 11:58:43 EDT, JJB scribbled these curious markings: If you are running 5.x releases they have bug where NFS is run all the time even if you don't want them. You have to recompile your kernel without NFS support before they go away. You should submit an bug report about

Re: Broken Disk

2004-05-24 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, May 24, 2004 at 03:24:33PM -0400, Jerry McAllister wrote: man disklabel is pretty comprehensive. Yes. But, you have to read it together with man fdisk to make any sense of it and even then the writing is rather convoluted and confusing. They could both use a complete systematic

Re: freebsd 5.2.1 openssh hole

2004-05-24 Thread Jason M. Leonard
On Mon, 24 May 2004, Vince Hoffman wrote: On Mon, 24 May 2004, Thomas May wrote: Hi, i have installed the new version 5.2.1 and the ports collection from yesterday. i have checked the server with nessus and I got a security hole warning. You are running a version of OpenSSH

Re: Broken Disk

2004-05-24 Thread Jerry McAllister
On Mon, May 24, 2004 at 03:24:33PM -0400, Jerry McAllister wrote: man disklabel is pretty comprehensive. =20 Yes. But, you have to read it together with man fdisk to make any sense of it and even then the writing is rather convoluted and confusing.= =20 They could both use a

Sounds breaks up with 5.2-STABLE

2004-05-24 Thread Andrew Kilpatrick
Hi, I'm using FreeBSD 5.2-STABLE on my workstation and have just installed a CMedia CMI8738-based sound card. The card has worked well under OpenBSD in the past (even 3 in the same machine!) but with FreeBSD the sound breaks up and is choppy if I do specific things in X like: - opening new

RE: Mystery Ports

2004-05-24 Thread JJB
Then you must have moved up to 5.2.1 using the source buildworld method. If you install from the mini iso file then NFS is indeed run with the only way to get rid of it is by recompile kernel. SO it's NOT literally preposterous and ridiculous, you just upgraded and did not install from scratch so

RE: freebsd 5.2.1 openssh hole

2004-05-24 Thread JJB
Send email to FBSD OpenSSH port maintainer and tell then the port is out of date. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Thomas May Sent: Monday, May 24, 2004 3:23 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: freebsd 5.2.1 openssh hole Hi, i have installed

Re: Broken Disk

2004-05-24 Thread Jason Dusek
So, anyway, user questions should not be surprising. (But please ask reasonably specific questions or it is hard to give a relevant answer) jerry Fair Enough, My question is 'how do I edit a disklabel?' I assume that I am supposed to add an 'e' partition, but it seems that the c

Re: What's the bridged option in ipfw's man page ?

2004-05-24 Thread Christian Hiris
On Monday 24 May 2004 13:04, Supote Leelasupphakorn wrote: Hi... lists, I've read the ipfw man page and in the RULE OPTION There is bridged option there. I'm currently set the bridge-base firewall so my question is what's the bridged packets and how much I take advantage from this option ?

RE: freebsd 5.2.1 openssh hole

2004-05-24 Thread Jason M. Leonard
On Mon, 24 May 2004, JJB wrote: Send email to FBSD OpenSSH port maintainer and tell then the port is out of date. But only do so if you want to look like a complete moron. (from a box with a recent ports tree) dogfish# ssh -V OpenSSH_3.8.1p1, OpenSSL 0.9.7d 17 Mar 2004 OpenSSH 3.8.1p1 is

RE: freebsd 5.2.1 openssh hole

2004-05-24 Thread Richard Cotrina
Take a look at /usr/ports/security/openssh-portable There's the latest openssh port (3.8.1p1) On Mon, 24 May 2004, JJB wrote: Send email to FBSD OpenSSH port maintainer and tell then the port is out of date. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]

RE: Mystery Ports

2004-05-24 Thread Vince Hoffman
On Mon, 24 May 2004, JJB wrote: Then you must have moved up to 5.2.1 using the source buildworld method. If you install from the mini iso file then NFS is indeed run with the only way to get rid of it is by recompile kernel. SO it's NOT literally preposterous and ridiculous, you just

Mounting CDrom

2004-05-24 Thread Donald Szatkowski
Thank you for considering my question. How do I mount my cdrom and make it available to all users? I have tried: mount -t cd9669 /dev/acd0/cdrom I have tried: mount -t cd9660 /dev/acd0/mnt Nothing! I know the unit works, as I loaded FreeBSD using Cdrom as the source. If I remove noauto

Re: Mounting CDrom

2004-05-24 Thread Andrew L. Gould
On Mon, 24 May 2004 16:32:26 -0500 Donald Szatkowski [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thank you for considering my question. How do I mount my cdrom and make it available to all users? I have tried: mount -t cd9669 /dev/acd0/cdrom I have tried: mount -t cd9660 /dev/acd0/mnt Nothing! I

dump to a samba mounted FAT32 disk can't handle bigfiles?

2004-05-24 Thread Joachim Dagerot
I'm dump-ing to a samba mounted xp machine, it has an external HD connected through FW and the HD is about 300GB. When I try to dump anything larger than 4GB dump gives me a write error. I assume this is the big-file limitation in the foreign OS, but I guess this can be solved by breaking up

Re: Mounting CDrom

2004-05-24 Thread Phil Schulz
Donald Szatkowski wrote: I have tried: mount -t cd9660 /dev/acd0/mnt I think you're missing a space... as root try mount -t cd9660 /dev/acd0 /mnt I think this only works on 5.x, on 4.x you'd have to use /dev/acd0c. Or read

Re: Broken Disk

2004-05-24 Thread Jerry McAllister
So, anyway, user questions should not be surprising. (But please ask reasonably specific questions or it is hard to give a relevant answer) jerry Fair Enough, My question is 'how do I edit a disklabel?' I assume that I am supposed to add an 'e' partition, but it seems

openssh port not uptodate ?

2004-05-24 Thread Thomas May
Hi, i have now downloaded the new ports.tar.gz file and if i want to install the openssh port, because of the security hole, i see the old version 3.6.1 bamp_home# make install === Vulnerability check disabled openssh-3.6.1.tgz doesn't seem to exist in /usr/ports/distfiles/.

Re: X11 config problem

2004-05-24 Thread Oliver B. Fischer
X can produce a XF86Config with quite resonable defaults if you start XFree86 -configure. It will put the new file in root's home. Regards Oliver Fischer Squirrel Havoc wrote: I was able to boot into FreeBSD (finally!), and went on to configure X11 by using xf86config, answered all the

Re: openssh port not uptodate ?

2004-05-24 Thread Phil Schulz
Thomas May wrote: i have now downloaded the new ports.tar.gz file and if i want to install the openssh port, because of the security hole, i see the old version 3.6.1 how do I get the new version ? is the port not uptodate ? You've probably downloaded the ports tree that comes whit a

Re: Invalid partition table after sysinstall modifications

2004-05-24 Thread Doug Poland
Warren Block said: On Sat, 22 May 2004, Doug Poland wrote: I've got a 4.9-STABLE system that was dual-booted between FBSD and Win2K. I had no further need for the windows slice so I used sysinstall to delete the NTFS slice, write it as type 165, newfs'd it, mounted it, and wrote a bunch of

Re: Invalid partition table after sysinstall modifications

2004-05-24 Thread Warren Block
On Mon, 24 May 2004, Doug Poland wrote: Warren Block said: Invalid partition table Hmm. It looks like that error comes from the plain mbr code (/boot/mbr), not the boot-selector loader (/boot/boot0). The plain mbr only wants one partition (slice) to be active. See what fdisk

How to install boot manager after installation

2004-05-24 Thread Simon Barner
Hello, I am new to this list, so hopefully I an writing to the right address. Yes, you are, so welcome aboard! Anyway, I just installed FreeBSD in conjunction with WindowsME, and when it asked for a boot manager to be installed, I selected None, since it said that's what people who use

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