Re: two questions

2004-06-25 Thread Jeremy Faulkner
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: | On Thu, 24 Jun 2004 21:37:32 -0700 | Hemal Pandya [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: | | |On Thu, 24 Jun 2004 23:51:09 -0400, epilogue [EMAIL PROTECTED] |wrote: | |On Thu, 24 Jun 2004 20:29:35 -0700 |Hemal Pandya [EMAIL PROTECTED]

strange php/apache/bsd behavior with file uploads

2004-06-25 Thread Robert Potts
I actually do not have root access to the server in question, so my ability to give details is very limited. The server in question is a BSD webserver which has php installed as both a module of apache, and available as a cgi process. The behavior normally is that image uploads to

Re: two questions

2004-06-25 Thread Hemal Pandya
On Fri, 25 Jun 2004 01:24:50 -0400, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [snip] On Thu, 24 Jun 2004 23:06:29 -0400 (EDT), Michael Sharp [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [snip] what is the command to remove the file --directory [snip] actually, *i* suggested using -r.

Maximum Storage

2004-06-25 Thread Dew Ediho
I have a FreeBSD 4.8 running on a proliant server. My box currently has 60GB space and I plan to add a Network Storage of up to 1000 GB (1 Terrabyte). Is there any known limitations to doing this? If so please what is the work around? Are there any recommended solutions? Thanks a million for

sshd problem(s)

2004-06-25 Thread Marc Cabanatuan
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Alright, I've been at this all day and searching all over the place and have been unable to find an acceptable answer for this. Whenever ssh'ing to or from my fbsd box i receive the following error: ssh_exchange_identification: Connection closed by

Re: two questions

2004-06-25 Thread Hemal Pandya
On Fri, 25 Jun 2004 01:22:05 -0400, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [] as requested...(standard shell and standard user) ~ mkdir test Don't forget the leading hyphen. Try ~ mkdir -test which will, of course, give you an error. then try ~ mkdir ./-test and proceed as

Configure ssh to behave like rsh. How?

2004-06-25 Thread Rob
Hi, I have a cluster of PCs, on which the 'slaves' used to only allow rsh connections, to execute commands, but no logins. I have removed the r-commands, and want to use the ssh command family instead. Although 'ssh slaveN command' works fine, this also allows login to the slave PC, simply by

Re: Starting portmap and fam on startup

2004-06-25 Thread Gareth Bailey
Thanks Joey, i saw that after posting. In the future i'll make sure i read the pkg messages ;-) Ciao On Thu, 24 Jun 2004 13:37:25 -0300 Joey Mingrone [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Gareth, /usr/ports/devel/fam/pkg-message says:

Re: Re: important text

2004-06-25 Thread info
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Re: What's the best possible email failover solution

2004-06-25 Thread Volker Kindermann
Hi Bill, I know how to set up failover with a backup MX. That's not what I'm looking for. We have a cyrus-imap server with lots of users connecting via IMAP, while everything gets backed up, this only happens once a night. Thus, if the server were to go up in smoke right before the

Re: Maximum Storage

2004-06-25 Thread Mike Woods
Dew Ediho wrote: I have a FreeBSD 4.8 running on a proliant server. My box currently has 60GB space and I plan to add a Network Storage of up to 1000 GB (1 Terrabyte) 1tb should be a problem (although for the record 1tb=1024gb not 1000gb :D). Mike Woods IT Technician

Re: Coping and Pasting from console

2004-06-25 Thread Gerard Seibert
On Thursday, June 24, 2004 10:21:54 PM JJB [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: | |What Dan posted is correct for 3 button serial mouse. | |If you have 2 button mouse add this statement to what Dan posted for |rc.conf | | |moused_flags=-m 2=3 # config for 2 button mouse | | |If you have USB mouse I

Re: commercial X server?

2004-06-25 Thread Karel J. Bosschaart
On Thu, Jun 24, 2004 at 12:04:44PM -0500, Kirk Strauser wrote: On Thursday 2004-06-24 06:35 am, Karel J. Bosschaart wrote: I'm looking for a commercial X server (for -current with Intel 845G) but Xi graphics (www.xig.com) no longer has standard FreeBSD support (only custom/OEM) and

Boot0 configuration question...

2004-06-25 Thread Henrik W Lund
Greetings, list! I have a question regarding my boot0 setup. First, let me lay out my harddrive topology: Onboard Serial ATA RAID controller -- 1 HDD, 120 GB all in one slice. FreeBSD resides on this. Onboard Secondary IDE controller -- 1 HDD, 20 GB all in one slice. Home of WinXP. On the 120

Re: setting xterm font from the command line

2004-06-25 Thread Michael A. Smith
Parv wrote: It works for me now, too. When I was testing every (sic) combination last night, I wasn't always using xterm. Sometimes I used xfterm4 (the XFCE wrapper for xterm) and it DOES barf whether I escape, quote or whatever. If you don't mind ... Does the xterm start w/ the given font

segfaults during make world

2004-06-25 Thread dave
Hello, I've got a 5.2.1 box that i'm trying to implement jails on. I've cvsupped my source tree and am running the command: make world DESTDIR=/usr/jail I keep getting Internal compiler error. Segmentation fault. This occurs at different points during the make process, i restart make and it'll

rc.conf

2004-06-25 Thread Chris limina
I'm running bsd 5.2.1 there is a syntax error in my rc.conf what course of action do i take to repair it without having to re-install. There should be a way to easily fix this. but none of the boot options allow me to edit that file. elighten me please.

Re: segfaults during make world

2004-06-25 Thread Bill Moran
dave [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I've got a 5.2.1 box that i'm trying to implement jails on. I've cvsupped my source tree and am running the command: make world DESTDIR=/usr/jail I keep getting Internal compiler error. Segmentation fault. This occurs at different points during the

Re: rc.conf

2004-06-25 Thread Bill Moran
Chris limina [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm running bsd 5.2.1 there is a syntax error in my rc.conf what course of action do i take to repair it without having to re-install. There should be a way to easily fix this. but none of the boot options allow me to edit that file. I'm

Re: rc.conf

2004-06-25 Thread Kathy Quinlan
Chris limina wrote: I'm running bsd 5.2.1 there is a syntax error in my rc.conf what course of action do i take to repair it without having to re-install. There should be a way to easily fix this. but none of the boot options allow me to edit that file. elighten me please. Read the

RE: Coping and Pasting from console

2004-06-25 Thread JJB
Enabling USB 2 button mouse copy/paste function ee /etc/rc.conf Add these statements rc.conf usbd_enable=YES allscreens_flags=-m on # -m enable mouse curser on The /etc/usbd.conf file is where the USB 2 button mouse is specified at. ee /etc/usbd.conf Scroll to the bottom of the file

newuser

2004-06-25 Thread James Bell
I have BSD UNIX. What commands should I use from the root to create a new user. Thanks. Jamie Bell [EMAIL PROTECTED] ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any

Strange Files Created, FSCK problems: how to deal without single user mode (/unmounting disc)?

2004-06-25 Thread Bigbrother
Dear all, Today I found out (due to my backup process failure) that some strange files were created on a users dir. Specifically: --wx--s-wx 16217 1062905872 13116693781061708166 Jan 1 1970 .irssi b---rwx--x 16240 rootwheel 174, 0x3f590067 Jan 1 1970 .mc These

Ipmon security log rotation

2004-06-25 Thread Gareth Bailey
I start ipmon at boot time with /sbin/ipmon -D /var/log/security. Ipmon works fine but seems to stop logging entries to the security logfile when it is rotated. newsyslog.conf sets mode to 700, which should be fine since ipmon is run as root (i think?) How could i correct this? Thanks Gareth

Re: newuser

2004-06-25 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Thu, Jun 24, 2004 at 11:58:41PM -0400, James Bell wrote: I have BSD UNIX. What commands should I use from the root to create a new user. Essentially: # pw useradd -n name -m # passwd name I suggest that you immediately read the pw(8) man page and the appropriate section of

Re: Boot0 configuration question...

2004-06-25 Thread Jud
On Fri, 25 Jun 2004 12:06:44 -0700, Henrik W Lund [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Greetings, list! I have a question regarding my boot0 setup. First, let me lay out my harddrive topology: Onboard Serial ATA RAID controller -- 1 HDD, 120 GB all in one slice. FreeBSD resides on this. Onboard

Re: newuser

2004-06-25 Thread Bill Moran
Matthew Seaman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, Jun 24, 2004 at 11:58:41PM -0400, James Bell wrote: I have BSD UNIX. What commands should I use from the root to create a new user. Essentially: # pw useradd -n name -m # passwd name I suggest that you immediately read

Re: Strange Files Created, FSCK problems: how to deal without single user mode (/unmounting disc)?

2004-06-25 Thread Bill Moran
Bigbrother [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dear all, Today I found out (due to my backup process failure) that some strange files were created on a users dir. Specifically: --wx--s-wx 16217 1062905872 13116693781061708166 Jan 1 1970 .irssi b---rwx--x 16240 rootwheel

Re: Ipmon security log rotation

2004-06-25 Thread Alex de Kruijff
On Fri, Jun 25, 2004 at 02:15:50PM +0200, Gareth Bailey wrote: I start ipmon at boot time with /sbin/ipmon -D /var/log/security. Ipmon works fine but seems to stop logging entries to the security logfile when it is rotated. newsyslog.conf sets mode to 700, which should be fine since ipmon

Re: newuser

2004-06-25 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Fri, Jun 25, 2004 at 08:30:25AM -0400, Bill Moran wrote: Matthew Seaman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, Jun 24, 2004 at 11:58:41PM -0400, James Bell wrote: I have BSD UNIX. What commands should I use from the root to create a new user. Essentially: # pw

RE: Ipmon security log rotation

2004-06-25 Thread JJB
If you are saying that you have /sbin/ipmon -D /var/log/security on the rc.conf statement, then you are telling it to do 2 conflicting things. The /var/log/security part needs to be removed. It's telling ipmon to use manual log file after you tell with -d to use syslog log function. -Original

Re: newuser

2004-06-25 Thread Bill Moran
Matthew Seaman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Fri, Jun 25, 2004 at 08:30:25AM -0400, Bill Moran wrote: Matthew Seaman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, Jun 24, 2004 at 11:58:41PM -0400, James Bell wrote: I have BSD UNIX. What commands should I use from the root to create

Re: Ipmon security log rotation

2004-06-25 Thread Gareth Bailey
The -D flag tells it to run as daemon. Starting ipmon with ipmon_flags=-D /var/log/security in rc.conf works fine. It logs to security as required. The problem comes in when the /var/log/security file is rotated by newsyslog. After this occurs, logging stop all together even though ipmon is still

Re: Ipmon security log rotation

2004-06-25 Thread Dick Davies
You need to either tell newsyslog the pidfile, so it can HUP ipmon, or just get it to use syslog (in which case newsyslog doesn't need to HUP it at all). * Gareth Bailey [EMAIL PROTECTED] [0616 14:16]: The -D flag tells it to run as daemon. Starting ipmon with ipmon_flags=-D /var/log/security

Re: Ipmon security log rotation

2004-06-25 Thread Gareth Bailey
Thanks Dick, Giving ipmon -Ds flags and directing messages to the security file using local0.* seems to be the answer. Specifying a pid file in newsyslog.conf gave errors about not being able to HUP ipmon. Cheers, Gareth On Fri, 25 Jun 2004 14:24:41 +0100 Dick Davies [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Re: commercial X server?

2004-06-25 Thread Kirk Strauser
On Friday 2004-06-25 04:54 am, Karel J. Bosschaart wrote: In the first place stability, and as a bonus maybe some speed-up. I'm currently using the XFree86-4 port, and X screws up so often (daily) and badly (no console, ctrl-alt-backspace useless) that I'd like to try alternatives. From

ARP / Cisco Router Wierdness

2004-06-25 Thread Peter Pauly
This morning while attempting to replace a server with a new machine (same IP address, the old machine was unplugged), The Cisco 2600 router's arp table continued to point to the old DNS server's MAC address. Even after rebooting the new server (Freebsd 5.2.1), the MAC address remained unchanged

Re: pkg_delete multimedia/mplayer doesn't work

2004-06-25 Thread jobse
Hay On Thu, 2004-06-24 at 22:20, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: though cd to the mplayer ports dir followed by make deinstall 'should' have solved the problem, i just noticed another detail worth mentioning. you're using pkg_delete here. i do not believe that it accepts shell globs (like * or

Re: ARP / Cisco Router Wierdness

2004-06-25 Thread Bill Moran
Peter Pauly [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This morning while attempting to replace a server with a new machine (same IP address, the old machine was unplugged), The Cisco 2600 router's arp table continued to point to the old DNS server's MAC address. Even after rebooting the new server (Freebsd

3Com Card

2004-06-25 Thread Pedro G. Jaime
http://www.rednetwork.com.br/barra.jpg Hello, Please, could you tell me if there is any network interface cards that are incompatible with the free BSD system? The card i am heaving problems with is a 3Com 3C2000-T. Thanks, Pedro Jaime T├ęcnico Fone: 11 - 5504-1493 Fax:

Re: newuser

2004-06-25 Thread Peter Ulrich Kruppa
On Fri, 25 Jun 2004, Bill Moran wrote: Matthew Seaman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Fri, Jun 25, 2004 at 08:30:25AM -0400, Bill Moran wrote: Matthew Seaman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, Jun 24, 2004 at 11:58:41PM -0400, James Bell wrote: I have BSD UNIX. What commands should I use from the root

Re: Configure ssh to behave like rsh. How?

2004-06-25 Thread Jorn Argelo
Rob wrote: Hi, I have a cluster of PCs, on which the 'slaves' used to only allow rsh connections, to execute commands, but no logins. I have removed the r-commands, and want to use the ssh command family instead. Although 'ssh slaveN command' works fine, this also allows login to the slave PC,

Re: newuser

2004-06-25 Thread epilogue
On Fri, 25 Jun 2004 09:00:19 -0400 Bill Moran [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Matthew Seaman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Fri, Jun 25, 2004 at 08:30:25AM -0400, Bill Moran wrote: Matthew Seaman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, Jun 24, 2004 at 11:58:41PM -0400, James Bell wrote:

pkg_delete multimedia/mplayer doesn't work

2004-06-25 Thread jobse
Thanx, Epi, Ch Hiris, Erik Trulsson. I appreciate your answers. It seems to have come back to normal again and mplayer is definitely gone! chers. /jobse ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To

Re: Intel Ethernet card not being detected

2004-06-25 Thread Richard P. Williamson
Simon, All: At 15:30 01/06/2004. Simon Barner had this to say: I just had a look at that older post of yours, and I saw that you are still running FreeBSD 4.8. Could you consider upgrading to 4.10-RELEASE or -STABLE? ... IMO there's a really good chance that upgrading will make your onboard NICs

NR: Re: newuser

2004-06-25 Thread Richard P. Williamson
At 15:47 25/06/2004, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: TIMTOWTDI. OK, you're going to have to enlighten me by letting me know what that abbreviation stands for. heya bill, http://www.acronymfinder.com/af-query.asp?String=exactAcronym=timtowtdiFind=Find a handy resource to bookmark (or, if you use

Serial Port Boot Configuration

2004-06-25 Thread Mark Teel
I am trying to remotely debug a FreeBSD kernel, and it appears that the baud rate and other stty settings are being modified during system boot. I have modified the /dev/ttyid0 device and the /dev/ttyld0 device, yet their settings are being reset somewhere during reboot as well. I have

Re: Using sendmail

2004-06-25 Thread antenneX
- Original Message - From: Giorgos Keramidas [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: antenneX [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, June 24, 2004 2:08 PM Subject: Re: Using sendmail [-- Format recovered from broken Outlook wrapping --] On 2004-06-24 13:18, antenneX [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Configure ssh to behave like rsh. How?

2004-06-25 Thread Hemal Pandya
I was interested in this for a slightly different reason --- I would like to allow some users to ssh into my machine so they can port forward but not allow them to actually login to the machine. I found http://groups.google.com/groups?selm=200206210808.g5L88SJ15420_splat.grant.org%40ns.sol.net to

[OT] Apache2 mod_sudo or something?

2004-06-25 Thread Jorn Argelo
Hi folks, Sorry for the off-topic post, but I was too lazy to find the Apache mailing list, so I reckoned I could learn from all of your excellent and skilled knowledge *grin* I recall seeing somewhere a mod_sudo or mod_su for Apache 2, is that right or am I wrong about it? I need it so I can

Re: Maximum Storage

2004-06-25 Thread CD Baby
I have a FreeBSD 4.8 running on a proliant server. My box currently has 60GB space and I plan to add a Network Storage of up to 1000 GB (1 Terrabyte) 1tb should be a problem Did you really mean should NOT be a problem? We have a big fileserver system with 35 FreeBSD PCs, with 1.3

Re: ARP / Cisco Router Wierdness

2004-06-25 Thread Joe O
This behavior is consistent with most IOS based routers I've worked around, they typically hold onto an ARP entry for about 20 minutes before expiring it. On linux I've used a network utility called send_arp that can shoot a user specified gratuitous arp packet at another host on the same layer2

command-line calculator?

2004-06-25 Thread CD Baby
What simple built-in command-line tools are available if I want to just do some simple math on the command line? If I'm there in a shell, and need to know what 17 times 36 equals? ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: command-line calculator?

2004-06-25 Thread Aaron
CD Baby wrote: What simple built-in command-line tools are available if I want to just do some simple math on the command line? If I'm there in a shell, and need to know what 17 times 36 equals? $ bc bc 1.06 Copyright 1991-1994, 1997, 1998, 2000 Free Software Foundation, Inc. This is free software

RE: command-line calculator?

2004-06-25 Thread Barry Byrne
What simple built-in command-line tools are available if I want to just do some simple math on the command line? man bc - Barry ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send

Re: command-line calculator?

2004-06-25 Thread Norbert Koch
CD Baby [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: What simple built-in command-line tools are available if I want to just do some simple math on the command line? If I'm there in a shell, and need to know what 17 times 36 equals? echo 17 * 36 | bc norbert. ___

Re: command-line calculator?

2004-06-25 Thread Paul Bissex
On Fri, 25 Jun 2004 08:41:02 -0700, CD Baby [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What simple built-in command-line tools are available if I want to just do some simple math on the command line? Here are two possibilities: :~ man -k calculator bc(1)- An arbitrary precision calculator

Re: command-line calculator?

2004-06-25 Thread Hemal Pandya
man expr man bc On Fri, 25 Jun 2004 08:41:02 -0700, CD Baby [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What simple built-in command-line tools are available if I want to just do some simple math on the command line? If I'm there in a shell, and need to know what 17 times 36 equals?

Re: Intel Ethernet card not being detected

2004-06-25 Thread Simon Barner
Richard P. Williamson wrote: [...] Here another thing you could try: I once had a problem with a 3Com NIC not being detected properly when the driver was compiled statically into the kernel. Removing it and using the module instead made it work... [...] 1) It says 'Ethernet manual'. Does

Re: newuser

2004-06-25 Thread Jerry McAllister
On Fri, Jun 25, 2004 at 08:30:25AM -0400, Bill Moran wrote: Matthew Seaman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: =20 On Thu, Jun 24, 2004 at 11:58:41PM -0400, James Bell wrote: =20 I have BSD UNIX. =20 What commands should I use from the root to create a new user. =20 Essentially:

Re: [OT] Apache2 mod_sudo or something?

2004-06-25 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Fri, Jun 25, 2004 at 05:17:20PM +0200, Jorn Argelo wrote: Sorry for the off-topic post, but I was too lazy to find the Apache mailing list, so I reckoned I could learn from all of your excellent and skilled knowledge *grin* I recall seeing somewhere a mod_sudo or mod_su for Apache 2,

strange pw behaviour

2004-06-25 Thread Jonas Sonntag
Hi questions-list, I'm experiencing some strange behaviour when using pw on a 4.9-STABLE system to add and modify a group within a virtual server running inside a jail as described in the jail man-page. I'm running these commands from a script: pw groupadd newgroup -g 1010 -V

Must ask

2004-06-25 Thread TINO ROZZO
Your web site gives everything but the Acronym for BSD. What is BSD? Thanks Tino __ Do you Yahoo!? New and Improved Yahoo! Mail - 100MB free storage! http://promotions.yahoo.com/new_mail ___

5.2.1 Install Problems

2004-06-25 Thread Tom Moyer
I am trying to install FreeBSD 5.2.1 on a new computer. The motherboard is an Asus P4P800-E with a P4 2.4 GHz. If i boot with ACPI it gets to the point where it says Writing partition information to drive ... and just hangs no messages or anything. If I disable ACPI it panics during hardware

Re: Must ask

2004-06-25 Thread David Fuchs
TINO ROZZO wrote: Your web site gives everything but the Acronym for BSD. What is BSD? It's in the FAQ, under 'What does BSD mean?' http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/faq/misc.html#DEFINE-BSD -- Thanks, -David Fuchs BCIS ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) WWW: http://www.davidfuchs.ca/ Blog:

How to get best results from FreeBSD-questions

2004-06-25 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

The Complete FreeBSD: errata and addenda

2004-06-25 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.

Quake 3 server breakage

2004-06-25 Thread Michael Sharp
I havent investigated this issue in depth enough to know which updated port might have changed this, or if its a ld issue, but I now see that many of the libs quake3 server uses in /usr/compat/linux/lib/ are now symlinked to the new version 2.2.4.so and quake refuses to run. Specifically, the

Re: ARP / Cisco Router Wierdness

2004-06-25 Thread Stacey Roberts
Hi, - Original Message - From: Bill Moran [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: To Peter Pauly Date: Fri, 25 Jun, 2004 15:21 BST Subject: Re: ARP / Cisco Router Wierdness Peter Pauly [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This morning while attempting to replace a server with a new machine (same IP address,

Re: Boot0 configuration question...

2004-06-25 Thread Henrik W Lund
Jud wrote: snip The FreeBSD bootloader should be installed on *both* hard drives. This will boot WinXP, but will show it in the boot menu as ??? If you prefer a boot manager that allows you to easily enter the names of the OSs you are booting, you might try GAG (URL:

LAN Internet

2004-06-25 Thread sd sdfg
Hello, I'm a newbie and please excuse for my poor language. I have FreeBSD 4.9 and my computer is in LAN with other people. One of our friends is the host of the internet. I have all the data required to connect to the internet, but I do not know how. My network interface card is correctly

Re: command-line calculator?

2004-06-25 Thread Parv
in message [EMAIL PROTECTED], wrote CD Baby thusly... What simple built-in command-line tools are available if I want to just do some simple math on the command line? If I'm there in a shell, and need to know what 17 times 36 equals? In addition to [bd]c(1) ... Perl: perl -e 'print

Re: LAN Internet

2004-06-25 Thread Andreas Kohn
On Fri, 2004-06-25 at 20:23, sd sdfg wrote: Hello, I'm a newbie and please excuse for my poor language. I have FreeBSD 4.9 and my computer is in LAN with other people. One of our friends is the host of the internet. I have all the data required to connect to the internet, but I do not

BSD ?

2004-06-25 Thread Gill Elmgren
I have a Kayak XU800 dual processor computer and I'm confused as to which version of FreeBSD I sould download for installation on this machine. Thanks Best Regards Gill --- Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free. Checked by AVG anti-virus system (http://www.grisoft.com). Version: 6.0.708 /

4.10 and Plesk 7

2004-06-25 Thread James W. Thompson, II
I was curious if anyone here has had any experience using Plesk 7.x on FreeBSD 4.10. SW-Soft recommends 4.9 and I am fine with that but would like to use 4.10 if there are no issues. Thank! -- James W. Thompson, II (New Orleans, LA) ___ [EMAIL

RE: LAN Internet

2004-06-25 Thread Hauan, David
-Original Message- From: sd sdfg [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, June 25, 2004 11:24 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: LAN Internet Hello, I'm a newbie and please excuse for my poor language. I have FreeBSD 4.9 and my computer is in LAN with other people. One of

Re: command-line calculator?

2004-06-25 Thread Warren Block
On Fri, 25 Jun 2004, Parv wrote: Perl: perl -e 'print +(17 * 36)' Or just perl -e 'print 17 * 36' but for neatness perl -e 'print 17 * 36, \n' -Warren Block * Rapid City, South Dakota USA ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Weird upload performance problems with proftpd

2004-06-25 Thread Bill Moran
I'm having some really weird performance problems with proftpd-1.2.10 on FreeBSD 4.10 (in a jail) that I just can't seem to figure out. My uplink here maxes out at about 35k/sec. If I scp to the machine in question I get about 30k/sec (which is expected) but when I ftp, I never get anything

Re: LAN Internet

2004-06-25 Thread Andrew L. Gould
On Friday 25 June 2004 01:23 pm, sd sdfg wrote: Hello, I'm a newbie and please excuse for my poor language. I have FreeBSD 4.9 and my computer is in LAN with other people. One of our friends is the host of the internet. I have all the data required to connect to the internet, but I do not

Re-arranging disk slice allocation

2004-06-25 Thread Bruce Hunter
Hey all, I have a headless server running and when I first setup the system I messed up the disk slice allocations. I would like to know how it is possible to take allocations from one and give it to another? FilesystemSize Used Avail Capacity Mounted on /dev/ad0s1a 508M57M

Re: BSD ?

2004-06-25 Thread James W. Thompson, II
On Fri, 25 Jun 2004 12:18:57 -0700, Gill Elmgren [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a Kayak XU800 dual processor computer and I'm confused as to which version of FreeBSD I sould download for installation on this machine. Thanks Best Regards Gill --- Outgoing mail is certified Virus Free.

Re: Re-arranging disk slice allocation

2004-06-25 Thread Bill Moran
Bruce Hunter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey all, I have a headless server running and when I first setup the system I messed up the disk slice allocations. I would like to know how it is possible to take allocations from one and give it to another? FilesystemSize Used Avail

can't mount 300G USB drive that's FAT32

2004-06-25 Thread Dan Finn
the system sees the disk: Jun 24 15:37:30 stewie kernel: umass0: Maxtor OneTouch, rev 2.00/2.00, addr 2 Jun 24 15:37:30 stewie kernel: umass0: Get Max Lun not supported (STALLED) Jun 24 15:37:31 stewie kernel: GEOM: create disk da0 dp=0xc2d85050 Jun 24 15:37:31 stewie kernel: da0 at umass-sim0 bus

Re: Weird upload performance problems with proftpd [update]

2004-06-25 Thread Bill Moran
Bill Moran [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm having some really weird performance problems with proftpd-1.2.10 on FreeBSD 4.10 (in a jail) that I just can't seem to figure out. My uplink here maxes out at about 35k/sec. If I scp to the machine in question I get about 30k/sec (which is expected)

OT: Cable management

2004-06-25 Thread Bill Sawyer
Hey all, I need to come up with a good solution for managing cables. Basically, I've got a $500 budget, and about 26 systems to deal with. I have ten wires that I'll be dealing with. The PC sits on top of the desktop, and cables are fed through a hole in the desk to a power strip on the

Re: can't mount 300G USB drive that's FAT32

2004-06-25 Thread Matt Emmerton
- Original Message - From: Dan Finn [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, June 25, 2004 4:31 PM Subject: can't mount 300G USB drive that's FAT32 the system sees the disk: Jun 24 15:37:30 stewie kernel: umass0: Maxtor OneTouch, rev 2.00/2.00, addr 2 Jun 24 15:37:30

Re: hushlogin?

2004-06-25 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
[-- Moved to freebsd-questions from freebsd-bugs --] On 2004-06-21 10:30, Alex Mitchell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I currently have FreeBSD 5.2.1 installed on an IBM xSeries 235. I have HHP Dolphin scanners that dial into a radius server (modem pool) which uses rlogin to transfer the scanner

Re: can't mount 300G USB drive that's FAT32

2004-06-25 Thread Bill Moran
[I copied Tom on this because I know he was working on FAT filesystem code at some point ... Don't know if he's still trying to do anything there or not.] Dan Finn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: the system sees the disk: Jun 24 15:37:30 stewie kernel: umass0: Maxtor OneTouch, rev 2.00/2.00, addr 2

Re: can't mount 300G USB drive that's FAT32

2004-06-25 Thread Kent Stewart
On Friday 25 June 2004 02:11 pm, Bill Moran wrote: [I copied Tom on this because I know he was working on FAT filesystem code at some point ... Don't know if he's still trying to do anything there or not.] Dan Finn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: the system sees the disk: Jun 24 15:37:30 stewie

A few X questions (small X load for small drive needed)

2004-06-25 Thread Joe Schmoe
Hi, I just loaded XFree86-4 from the ports tree on my laptop, running 5.2.1-RELEASE. It took about 2.5 gigs of space to compile and add it all. Let's say I have a small hard drive in an old laptop, and let's also assume that I am just loading X to just have a simple GUI to run opera and

Re: can't mount 300G USB drive that's FAT32

2004-06-25 Thread Dan Finn
FAT32 wasn't my choice. They needed to be writen to by a linux server but they want to be able to take these and just plug them into a windows server if need be. We knew that linux writing ntfs wasn't a good choice so we decided on FAT32. Is there a better solution? On Fri, 25 Jun 2004

Re: A few X questions (small X load for small drive needed)

2004-06-25 Thread Peter Ulrich Kruppa
On Fri, 25 Jun 2004, Joe Schmoe wrote: Hi, I just loaded XFree86-4 from the ports tree on my laptop, running 5.2.1-RELEASE. It took about 2.5 gigs of space to compile and add it all. Let's say I have a small hard drive in an old laptop, and let's also assume that I am just loading X to just have a

Re: can't mount 300G USB drive that's FAT32

2004-06-25 Thread Kent Stewart
On Friday 25 June 2004 02:26 pm, Dan Finn wrote: FAT32 wasn't my choice. They needed to be writen to by a linux server but they want to be able to take these and just plug them into a windows server if need be. We knew that linux writing ntfs wasn't a good choice so we decided on FAT32. Is

2. Try Kernel compiling..makefile stops because of some warnings

2004-06-25 Thread Karim Forsthofer
Hello I tried to compile a new kernel from my 5.1 bsd cd. Config and make depend worked well, but make stops and print out some warnings about unused functions in npx.c (or something else). I searched in the newsgroup and found some similar postings to this subject It seems to me, that the

Re: Boot0 configuration question...

2004-06-25 Thread Henrik W Lund
Henrik W Lund wrote: Jud wrote: snip The FreeBSD bootloader should be installed on *both* hard drives. This will boot WinXP, but will show it in the boot menu as ??? If you prefer a boot manager that allows you to easily enter the names of the OSs you are booting, you might try GAG (URL:

Re: A few X questions (small X load for small drive needed)

2004-06-25 Thread Charles Swiger
On Jun 25, 2004, at 5:21 PM, Joe Schmoe wrote: What are some options I can add to the standard `make install` command for that port to significantly reduce the size of X ? Any general comments on making a smaller/faster/more efficient X for an old laptop are greatly appreciated. X11 doesn't really

FreeBSD Port: mozilla-1.6_4,2

2004-06-25 Thread Arend P. van der Veen
Hi, I have a general question about how to configure mozilla. I personally like to use a window manager like ion. GNOME is very beautiful but I usually do not need all of the additional applications and overhead. I usually install X, ion and Mozilla. The big problem that I am having (and

Re: 2. Try Kernel compiling..makefile stops because of some warnings

2004-06-25 Thread Bill Moran
Karim Forsthofer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello I tried to compile a new kernel from my 5.1 bsd cd. 5.1 is an obsolete, experimental version. If you're new to FreeBSD, you should be using 4.10. If you want to experiment with the 5.x branch, you should be using 5.2.1. Many problems that

Re: Boot0 configuration question...

2004-06-25 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2004-06-26 00:59, Henrik W Lund [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Now, what I did not expect is that if I set the FreeBSD drive as drive 0 in the BIOS, I am still unable to boot WinXP. The boot manager comes up, I select Drive 1, it prompts me again and I select the '???' entry (WinXP) - and the

Re: command-line calculator?

2004-06-25 Thread Parv
in message [EMAIL PROTECTED], wrote Parv thusly... Perl: perl -e 'print +(17 * 36)' awk: echo |awk '{print 17 * 36}' Oh, in Rexx... echo 'say 17 * 36 ' | rexx ...or... rexx # Interpreter say 17 * 36 ^D # Ctrl-D Just wondering out loud ... Is it not possible

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