Re: Postnuke install probs - any advice appreciated.

2004-07-05 Thread Graham Bentley
On the phpinfo(); test page do you see the MySQL Support enabled ?? PHP Fatal error: Call to undefined function: mysql_connect() Andras Kende http://kende.com Only reference to mysql from the output of phptest.info i.e. ?php phpinfo() ? is :- sql.safe_mode Off Off So I _guess_

Handling automake and autoconf versions

2004-07-05 Thread Al.Aeefyu
Hi there! How do I safely handle automake/autoconf versions built from ports?? Recently, some of my port builds (x11/kde3 specifically) failed because automake and autoconf has been MOVED. Do I absolutely have to wait for the maintainers to update the ports' Makefiles? There are references to

Re: Handling automake and autoconf versions

2004-07-05 Thread Michael Nottebrock
On Monday 05 July 2004 08:30, Al.Aeefyu wrote: Hi there! How do I safely handle automake/autoconf versions built from ports?? Recently, some of my port builds (x11/kde3 specifically) failed because automake and autoconf has been MOVED. Do I absolutely have to wait for the maintainers to

Re: Handling automake and autoconf versions

2004-07-05 Thread Al.Aeefyu
There should be no ports left which reference the removed versions of autoconf and automake, perhaps you cvsup'd in the middle of the commit. That cant be the problem. I am trying to update my x11/kde3 from last week, and one of its dependencies is automake/autoconf. It fails with a port

Telnet - can't telnet is as root

2004-07-05 Thread freebsd
I would like to telnet into my 4.9 RELEASE box using root. Currently when I try to telnet in as root I get the reply LOGIN root REGUSED (NOROOT). Does anyone know how I can configure my system to allow root to directly telnet in. I know that I can telnet in as a standard users then 'su' to

Re: Telnet - can't telnet is as root

2004-07-05 Thread peter lageotakes
--- [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I would like to telnet into my 4.9 RELEASE box using root. Currently when I try to telnet in as root I get the reply LOGIN root REGUSED (NOROOT). Does anyone know how I can configure my system to allow root to directly telnet in. I know that I can telnet in

Re: pattern replacement

2004-07-05 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Sun, Jul 04, 2004 at 08:22:02PM -0500, Vulpes Velox wrote: On Sun, 4 Jul 2004 17:51:22 -0500 Jon Drews [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Sed is useful for this. Here are some good tutorials on it: Common threads: Sed by example:

fatal server error

2004-07-05 Thread Ted Parks
Running version 4.8, when I try to launch Windowmaker as user, I get Fatal server error Cannot move old logfile /var/log/XFree86.0.log.old. I have tried deleting XFree86.0.log.old, making a blank one, and changing permissions to allow root and user to write to and execute the file. Also, I have

Re: SoundBlaster Live problems

2004-07-05 Thread Alastair G. Hogge
On Monday 05 July 2004 08:35, Louis LeBlanc wrote: I'm having another hangup with 5.2.1. This one is considerably less critical though. I have a SoundBlaster Live! (with 5.1 support, whatever this means). Judging from the handbook, all I'm supposed to do is put the following in the kernel

Re: Floppy drive with other memory device slots

2004-07-05 Thread Simon Dick
On Sun, 04 Jul 2004 15:34:45 -0400, Tom Parquette [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I was wandering through Comp-USA this morning and I noticed a floppy drive on the shelf that had sockets for other memory devices. e.g. secure digital cards. I found it on their web site at:

Re: Telnet - can't telnet is as root

2004-07-05 Thread Dick Davies
* peter lageotakes [EMAIL PROTECTED] [0751 08:51]: --- [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: any reason why I should configure my system so that I can telnet in directly as root? I believe that this would be a security precaution. If someone tries to compromise your system, then it means that

Re: kde 3.2.3

2004-07-05 Thread Arjan Van Leeuwen
On Sun, 04 Jul 2004 22:53:01 -0500, Joshua Moore [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: First off, remove all arts, qt, quanta, kde, and kdevelop packages. Set your package site envirmomental variable to a site that has the 3.2.3 packages. Then run pkg_add -r kde. It should download and

Re: Telnet - can't telnet is as root

2004-07-05 Thread Roop Nanuwa
On Mon, 5 Jul 2004 17:49:32 +1000 , [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I would like to telnet into my 4.9 RELEASE box using root. Currently when I try to telnet in as root I get the reply LOGIN root REGUSED (NOROOT). Does anyone know how I can configure my system to allow root to

internet gateway

2004-07-05 Thread Brett Wiggins
Hi, I am having some problems setting up an internet gateway for my home network. My gateway machine has two network cards, one connected to my ADSL modem and the other to a switch and my internal network. My gateway machine (FreeBSD) can connect to the internet and it can ping machines on

Re: internet gateway

2004-07-05 Thread Luke Kearney
On Mon, 05 Jul 2004 10:40:58 + Brett Wiggins [EMAIL PROTECTED] spake thus: Hi, I am having some problems setting up an internet gateway for my home network. My gateway machine has two network cards, one connected to my ADSL modem and the other to a switch and my internal network. My

Re: Weird memory detection problem on Compaq M700

2004-07-05 Thread Phil Schulz
Christopher Smith wrote: [...] I have a Compaq Armada M700 that I used for a firewall. I've recently upgraded the memory in it to 320MB (64MB onboard + 256MB). The machine detects the memory fine. The FreeBSD bootloader detects the memory fine. However, when the kernel boots it only detects

Re: Handling automake and autoconf versions

2004-07-05 Thread Dag-Erling Smørgrav
Al.Aeefyu [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: How do I safely handle automake/autoconf versions built from ports? Just pkg_delete them before running portupgrade. DES -- Dag-Erling Smørgrav - [EMAIL PROTECTED] ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: Connecting a USB Zip drive -- whatever am I doing wrong?

2004-07-05 Thread Phil Schulz
epilogue wrote: ### relevant lines from kernel device vpo device scbus device da device uhci# uhci related entries show up in dmesg device usb device ugen Don't forget umass. Try adding sa. My USB HDD comes up as /dev/sa0. Your ZIP drive

Netgear MA111

2004-07-05 Thread freebsd_daemon
Dear list, got a Netgear MA111 USB Adaptor this weekend. It is not recognized by 5.2 and 4.10. From the OpenBSD wi(4) manpage i know it is suppost to be Prism-3 and it is suooprted by their wi driver (http://www.openbsd.org/cgi-bin/man.cgi?query=wisektion=4). Are there activities in progess to

Re: Problems with UDMA harddisks

2004-07-05 Thread Peter Ulrich Kruppa
On Fri, 2 Jul 2004, Jud wrote: On Fri, 2 Jul 2004 08:28:12 +0200 (CEST), Peter Ulrich Kruppa [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Hi! I hope somebody on this list has another good idea, I haven't thought of yet: I have a machine that came with two Excel Stor 40 GB (Ganymede) UDMA/100 harddisks. To install

IPF problems

2004-07-05 Thread Gene Bomgardner
HI I've recompiled 5.2.1 kernel to include firewall options for natd. I've discovered that once I did so, I can no longer communicate in or out of the fbsd box. The firewall defaults to accept_all (I checked this) Then I found that if I disable ipf (i.e. 'ipf -D) I can now communicate. From

kde 3.2.3

2004-07-05 Thread Javier Ramirez
Hi I´m try to install kde 3.2.3 in my freebsd i386 5.2.1 the port to kde 3.2.3 only install kde 3.1.4 and this is a error, I´m try to install from *.tbz files, and get a list of dependency error so, how to install kde-3.2.3 in my computer? please!!!

RE: kde 3.2.3

2004-07-05 Thread Gene Bomgardner
Have you tried /stand/sysinstall yet? Gene From: Javier Ramirez [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: kde 3.2.3 Date: Mon, 05 Jul 2004 10:11:37 -0300 Hi I´m try to install kde 3.2.3 in my freebsd i386 5.2.1 the port to kde 3.2.3 only install kde 3.1.4 and this is a

Re: kde 3.2.3

2004-07-05 Thread Kent Stewart
On Monday 05 July 2004 06:11 am, Javier Ramirez wrote: Hi I´m try to install kde 3.2.3 in my freebsd i386 5.2.1 the port to kde 3.2.3 only install kde 3.1.4 and this is a error, I´m try to install from *.tbz files, and get a list of dependency error so, how to install

Re: IPF problems

2004-07-05 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2004-07-05 13:12, Gene Bomgardner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've recompiled 5.2.1 kernel to include firewall options for natd. I've discovered that once I did so, I can no longer communicate in or out of the fbsd box. The firewall defaults to accept_all (I checked this. Hi Gene, natd(8)

Re: IPF problems

2004-07-05 Thread Gene Bomgardner
On 2004-07-05 13:12, Gene Bomgardner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've recompiled 5.2.1 kernel to include firewall options for natd. I've discovered that once I did so, I can no longer communicate in or out of the fbsd box. The firewall defaults to accept_all (I checked this. Hi Gene, natd(8)

Re: IPF problems

2004-07-05 Thread Gene Bomgardner
I enabled ipfilter in rc.conf and it now reads the rules file. It's still running, but at least it's not blocking anymore. _ MSN Life Events gives you the tips and tools to handle the turning points in your life.

Re: IPF problems

2004-07-05 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2004-07-05 13:46, Gene Bomgardner wrote: I enabled ipfilter in rc.conf and it now reads the rules file. It's still running, but at least it's not blocking anymore. Perhaps you have enabled ipf in an unexpected place. Try looking around at the /etc and /usr/local/etc/rc.d directories.

Re: Connecting a USB Zip drive -- whatever am I doing wrong?

2004-07-05 Thread epilogue
On Mon, 05 Jul 2004 13:36:20 +0200 Phil Schulz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: epilogue wrote: ### relevant lines from kernel device vpo device scbus device da device uhci# uhci related entries show up in dmesg device usb device

Can I back-up my sources?

2004-07-05 Thread Mark Jayson Alvarez
Hi, I only have a 4.9 cd and to upgrade to 4.10 or later versions, first, I install the sources from my 4.9 cd and then I use cvsup. Same as with FreeBSD Handbook and Ports. Question: In upgrading to a higher version of FreeBSD(e.g; 4.9 to 4.10) using cvsup, and I burned the contents of my

cron.daily and cron.hourly

2004-07-05 Thread Taulant Galimuna
Hi, I had a problem with my web-server that I already solved. But now I have to execute a PHP file on my FreeBSD server every hour, to get the needed updates from database. I know I need a shell script to execute that file and have to put this script to some directory that would execute it every

RE: internet gateway

2004-07-05 Thread JJB
Your using the ppp nat function which is ok, but you have also complied the ipfw divert option into your kernel. The ipfw divert option does the same thing as ppp nat. Recompile your kernel and remove the divert option. Also the /etc/rc.firewall rules are way to complicated for your needs. Create

RE: IPF problems

2004-07-05 Thread JJB
You seem to be confused between ipfw and ipf. These are two different firewall software application which are built into the FreeBSD operating system. You may want to read the new rewrite of the Freebsd handbooks firewall section which is currently available at www.a1poweruser.com/FBSD_firewall/

Re: cron.daily and cron.hourly

2004-07-05 Thread Steve Bertrand
Hi, I had a problem with my web-server that I already solved. But now I have to execute a PHP file on my FreeBSD server every hour, to get the needed updates from database. I know I need a shell script to execute that file and have to put this script to some directory that would execute

Re: cron.daily and cron.hourly

2004-07-05 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Jul 05, 2004 at 04:45:27PM +0200, Taulant Galimuna wrote: I had a problem with my web-server that I already solved. But now I have to execute a PHP file on my FreeBSD server every hour, to get the needed updates from database. I know I need a shell script to execute that file and

Re: NFS and Backups

2004-07-05 Thread Tillman Hodgson
On Sat, Jul 03, 2004 at 02:33:22PM -0400, Chuck Swiger wrote: Grant Peel wrote: I have recently decided to use some extra disk space on one of my servers as backup space. I have NFS client and Servers running OK, but was wondering how secure it really is. NFS is not secure at all. If

A few simple questions(...if you don't mind)

2004-07-05 Thread Mark Jayson Alvarez
Hello, Questions: 1. What is the command for ejecting the cdrom? 2. Do you know if viruses exist in freebsd, like in Windows? 3. When I issued a netstat command, and i see something like 192.135.15... connected to 192.262.33..., what is the command for terminating such connections? 4. When

Re: SoundBlaster Live problems

2004-07-05 Thread Louis LeBlanc
On 07/05/04 06:49 PM, Alastair G. Hogge sat at the `puter and typed: On Monday 05 July 2004 08:35, Louis LeBlanc wrote: [snip] Anyone have any suggestions? I have a SBLive with 5.1 (5 channel sound with subwoofer[.1]) and have the following in loader.conf: snd_pcm_load=YES

Trouble compiling KDE

2004-07-05 Thread Trey Sizemore
Trying to compile kde3 on a new FBSD 5.2.1 install, but I'm getting the following error: Shared object libthread.so.1 not found. Required by libGL.so.1. Per the /usr/src/UPDATING file entries dated 20040130 and 20040303 I added: libc_r.so.5 libthread.so.1 lib_r.so libthread.so to

Re: Can I back-up my sources?

2004-07-05 Thread Peter Ulrich Kruppa
On Mon, 5 Jul 2004, Mark Jayson Alvarez wrote: Hi, I only have a 4.9 cd and to upgrade to 4.10 or later versions, first, I install the sources from my 4.9 cd and then I use cvsup. Same as with FreeBSD Handbook and Ports. Question: In upgrading to a higher version of FreeBSD(e.g; 4.9 to 4.10)

Re: A few simple questions(...if you don't mind)

2004-07-05 Thread Nathan Kinkade
On Mon, Jul 05, 2004 at 09:23:20AM -0700, Mark Jayson Alvarez wrote: Hello, Questions: 1. What is the command for ejecting the cdrom? # cdcontrol eject 2. Do you know if viruses exist in freebsd, like in Windows? In about 6 years of using FreeBSD I've never heard of one, or had a

Re: A few simple questions(...if you don't mind)

2004-07-05 Thread Gary
Hi Nathan, --On Monday, July 05, 2004 11:24:24 AM -0600 Nathan Kinkade [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 3. When I issued a netstat command, and i see something like 192.135.15... connected to 192.262.33..., what is the command for terminating such connections? I'm not sure that this is possible? do a

Re: Adding FBSD to existing GRUB

2004-07-05 Thread Reed L. O'Brien
I think you want something like title FreeBSD 5.x rootnoverify root (hd0,2,c) ## or e or something I think c tells it to maunt the whole slice... or is it e I think it is e chainloader +1 ## this is the new way I think. I think kernel /boot/loader is old (but prolly still works) cheers,

Re: A few simple questions(...if you don't mind)

2004-07-05 Thread Phil Schulz
Mark Jayson Alvarez wrote: Hello, Questions: 1. What is the command for ejecting the cdrom? I don't think there is such a command. I'm not 100% sure though. 2. Do you know if viruses exist in freebsd, like in Windows? I believe there used to be some viri for Unix-like OSs, but they are all

Re: A few simple questions(...if you don't mind)

2004-07-05 Thread epilogue
On Mon, 05 Jul 2004 20:01:42 +0200 Phil Schulz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Mark Jayson Alvarez wrote: 4. When I issued a alias ls ls -FGh how can I make this alias for 'ls' permanent? And where are the individual manpages for those built-in commands located? Check your shell's man

Re: Trouble compiling KDE

2004-07-05 Thread Conrad J. Sabatier
On 05-Jul-2004 Trey Sizemore wrote: Trying to compile kde3 on a new FBSD 5.2.1 install, but I'm getting the following error: Shared object libthread.so.1 not found. Required by libGL.so.1. Per the /usr/src/UPDATING file entries dated 20040130 and 20040303 I added: libc_r.so.5

Ext2FS (was Re: A few simple questions(...if you don't mind))

2004-07-05 Thread Warren Block
On Mon, 5 Jul 2004, Phil Schulz wrote: Mark Jayson Alvarez wrote: 5. Does any version of freebsd supports mounting, reading, and writing of ext3fs partitions of linux? No. Maybe. ext2fs is supposed to be ext3fs with journalling, and ext2fs can be mounted with mount_ext2fs. I could swear I've

Re: Trouble compiling KDE

2004-07-05 Thread Conrad J. Sabatier
On 05-Jul-2004 Conrad J. Sabatier wrote: On 05-Jul-2004 Trey Sizemore wrote: Trying to compile kde3 on a new FBSD 5.2.1 install, but I'm getting the following error: Shared object libthread.so.1 not found. Required by libGL.so.1. Per the /usr/src/UPDATING file entries dated 20040130

Re: Can I back-up my sources?

2004-07-05 Thread Conrad J. Sabatier
On 05-Jul-2004 Mark Jayson Alvarez wrote: Hi, I only have a 4.9 cd and to upgrade to 4.10 or later versions, first, I install the sources from my 4.9 cd and then I use cvsup. Same as with FreeBSD Handbook and Ports. Question: In upgrading to a higher version of FreeBSD(e.g; 4.9 to

Re: Ext2FS

2004-07-05 Thread Phil Schulz
Warren Block wrote: On Mon, 5 Jul 2004, Phil Schulz wrote: Mark Jayson Alvarez wrote: 5. Does any version of freebsd supports mounting, reading, and writing of ext3fs partitions of linux? No. Maybe. ext2fs is supposed to be ext3fs with journalling, and ext2fs can be mounted with

NEED HELP WITH VERSION OF FREE BSD!!!

2004-07-05 Thread ORACLE .
Hey i have dowloaded freebsd 5.2.1 for amd because i have amd k-6 II from the following site ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/releases/amd64/ISO-IMAGES/5.2.1/ i have downloaded 5.2.1-RELEASE-amd64-disc1.iso this file please tell me how to burn it on r-cd to make it bootable free bsd cd and

Re: NEED HELP WITH VERSION OF FREE BSD!!!

2004-07-05 Thread Steve Bertrand
Hey i have dowloaded freebsd 5.2.1 for amd because i have amd k-6 II from the following site ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/releases/amd64/ISO-IMAGES/5.2.1/ First of all, I don't know for absolute certainty, but I don't believe that amd64 is designed for the K6-II. AFAIK, the k62 is a

ipfw count rules to count traffic to virtual ip's

2004-07-05 Thread lists
Hello, I'm trying to setup ipfw to count traffic to each ip on the server (one interface with multiple aliased ip's) now it seems that the count rules are about the same for each ip while this isn't the truth.. 7 7715117 6712750640 count ip from any to any via fxp0 8 2953770 167284959

How to set up VPN???

2004-07-05 Thread
Hi all. I need to setup VPN. And I have no idea how to do it. Please explain me, or give me some links, if it's possible give me links to russian resources. Thank's all. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: need help with version of {FreeBSD,free BSD}!!!

2004-07-05 Thread Nico Meijer
Hey Oracle, [I have modified the Subject line just a tad. It looked like you were shouting.] Hey i have dowloaded freebsd 5.2.1 for amd because i have amd k-6 II from the following site ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/releases/amd64/ISO-IMAGES/5.2.1/ AMD64 is a whole different ballgame, use

making files opposite from themselves (100% change)

2004-07-05 Thread Joe Schmoe
Hi, I want to do some benchmarking and speed testing of rsync and UFS snapshots by taking existing files, doing rsyncs and snapshots of them and their filesystem, and then _changing_ those files by a certain percent difference, and rsyncing/snapshotting again. So the question is, how do I take a

Re: A few simple questions(...if you don't mind)

2004-07-05 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2004-07-05 09:23, Mark Jayson Alvarez [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 1. What is the command for ejecting the cdrom? # cdcontrol -f /dev/acd0 eject The `cdcontrol' command works fine with my ATAPI CD-ROMs. I haven't used it with SCSI CD-ROM devices, but AFAIK it works for those too. 2.

Re: making files opposite from themselves (100% change)

2004-07-05 Thread Miguel Mendez
On Mon, 5 Jul 2004 13:55:00 -0700 (PDT) Joe Schmoe [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, So the question is, how do I take a given file and make it 100% different from itself (but maintain its size and place on disk) ? I could just output /dev/zero to it, but that would leave unchanged all the bits

Re: Ext2FS (was Re: A few simple questions(...if you don't mind))

2004-07-05 Thread Nico Meijer
Hi Warren, Maybe. ext2fs is supposed to be ext3fs with journalling, and ext2fs can be mounted with mount_ext2fs. I could swear I've done this with ext3fs partitions, but can't recall when or where. IIRC, ext3 can only be mounted as ext2 as long as the partition is marked clean. HTH... Nico

Re: internet gateway

2004-07-05 Thread Jonathan Chen
On Mon, Jul 05, 2004 at 10:40:58AM +, Brett Wiggins wrote: Hi, I am having some problems setting up an internet gateway for my home network. My gateway machine has two network cards, one connected to my ADSL modem and the other to a switch and my internal network. My gateway machine

USB Question/Concern

2004-07-05 Thread Mark Turpin
Hello All, I've been using FreeBSD at work to develop some USB hardware. I'm using FreeBSD 5.1-RELEASE on a 550MHz PIII with a UHCI USB controller. While I was in the lab a couple of weeks ago I was getting slow performance with FreeBSD. I tried changing many things in my device's firmware

Re: making files opposite from themselves (100% change)

2004-07-05 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2004-07-05 13:55, Joe Schmoe [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: So the question is, how do I take a given file and make it 100% different from itself (but maintain its size and place on disk) ? I could just output /dev/zero to it, but that would leave unchanged all the bits that were aleady zero.

Re: A few simple questions(...if you don't mind)

2004-07-05 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2004-07-05 20:01, Phil Schulz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Mark Jayson Alvarez wrote: 2. Do you know if viruses exist in freebsd, like in Windows? I believe there used to be some viri for Unix-like OSs, but they are all pretty much harmless since they aren't usually found 'in the wild'. A

emails bouced to bulkmail folder

2004-07-05 Thread RYAN vAN GINNEKEN
Need some info on the what the large email severs ie Yahoo and Hotmail use to determine if email is spam. I run a small email server with about 30 clients and when i send email to yahoo it gets bounced to the bulk mail folder like in my maillog below. Jul 5 15:30:19 v22 postfix/smtp[14316]:

GENERIC fails to compile

2004-07-05 Thread Stelian Popescu-Crainic
Hello, After upgrading from 4.9 to 4.10 and upgrading the sources via CVSup, I've tried to recompile the kernel (I need appletalk which is not included in the GENERIC configuration) with make buildkernel etc.. After several attempts, including one using the traditional way, with the same results,

Re: making files opposite from themselves (100% change)

2004-07-05 Thread Miguel Mendez
On Mon, 5 Jul 2004 22:59:55 +0200 Miguel Mendez [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The xor operation of a byte/word/dword with itself does that. You could setup a buffer of the desired % of bytes you want to change, read the bytes, xor them (^ in C) with itself and write back. It's trivial in

what pop deamon to use with postfix ?

2004-07-05 Thread Brent Bailey
Im using FBSD 4.9 ..trying to get postfix running to replace a sendmail server we have ..i then noticed that there isnt any pop deamon to connect to ..what is the recommendation from freebsd users as to what pop deamon is best ? -- Brent ___ [EMAIL

what pop deamon to use with postfix ?

2004-07-05 Thread Brent Bailey
Im using FBSD 4.9 ..trying to get postfix running to replace a sendmail server we have ..i then noticed that there isnt any pop deamon to connect to ..what is the recommendation from freebsd users as to what pop deamon is best ? -- Brent ___

Re: GENERIC fails to compile

2004-07-05 Thread Jonathan Chen
On Mon, Jul 05, 2004 at 04:33:39PM -0500, Stelian Popescu-Crainic wrote: Hello, After upgrading from 4.9 to 4.10 and upgrading the sources via CVSup, I've tried to recompile the kernel (I need appletalk which is not included in the GENERIC configuration) with make buildkernel etc.. After

Hard drive problem... S-ATA/ATA and DMA error messages

2004-07-05 Thread Rickard Borgmäster
Hi, Having recently upgraded my motherboard to a brand new Asus P4V8X-X with S-ATA and added an S-ATA disk I experience some problems I find kind of weird. System is installed on 160MB S-ATA disk ad4 and my previous 160 ATA/UDMA133 is on ad0 mounted as /big. Booting up, dmesg gives me this

Re: A few simple questions(...if you don't mind)

2004-07-05 Thread Vulpes Velox
On Mon, 5 Jul 2004 11:24:24 -0600 Nathan Kinkade [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 7. What is the correct way of rebuilding my ports? In freebsd sources, I do a make buildworld and then make installworld. How do I do it in my ports collection? (e.g; make buildports, make installports??? :-)

GUIDE

2004-07-05 Thread snoop dogg
hello there, i have FreeBSD 4.9-RELEASE installed in my machine.. but i need to upgrade my 4.9-RELEASE to 4.9-STABLE. any help? and tips on what to do? bcoz im kinda scared of kernel panic and crush thenks i need to know what file is needed to download to upgrade and commands.. exact

Re: cron.daily and cron.hourly

2004-07-05 Thread Gautam Gopalakrishnan
On Mon, 5 Jul 2004 16:45:27 +0200, Taulant Galimuna [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I had a problem with my web-server that I already solved. But now I have to execute a PHP file on my FreeBSD server every hour, to get the needed updates from database. I know I need a shell script to execute

Re: Swap size

2004-07-05 Thread Bill Moran
Lists [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello all, What swap size should i use having 768 Mb of memory? I've heard something about preformance degradation if swap size is bellow 2x of ram... Other's have pointed out that you don't _need_ swap space. If you have enough RAM, you can

Re: GUIDE

2004-07-05 Thread epilogue
On Tue, 06 Jul 2004 07:14:10 +0800 snoop dogg [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: hello there, i have FreeBSD 4.9-RELEASE installed in my machine.. but i need to upgrade my 4.9-RELEASE to 4.9-STABLE. any help? and tips on what to do? bcoz im kinda scared of kernel panic and crush thenks i need to

Re: A few simple questions(...if you don't mind)

2004-07-05 Thread Vulpes Velox
On Mon, 5 Jul 2004 23:58:22 +0300 Giorgos Keramidas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 2004-07-05 09:23, Mark Jayson Alvarez [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 1. What is the command for ejecting the cdrom? # cdcontrol -f /dev/acd0 eject The `cdcontrol' command works fine with my ATAPI CD-ROMs.

Re: Hard drive problem... S-ATA/ATA and DMA error messages

2004-07-05 Thread Warren Block
On Tue, 6 Jul 2004, Rickard [ISO-8859-1] Borgmäster wrote: atapci1: VIA 8237 ATA133 controller port 0xfc00-0xfc0f at device 15.1 on pci0 ata0: at 0x1f0 irq 14 on atapci1 ata1: at 0x170 irq 15 on atapci1 [...] ad0: 156334MB Maxtor 6Y160P0 [317632/16/63] at ata0-master UDMA133 ad4: DMA limited to

Re: Hard drive problem... S-ATA/ATA and DMA error messages

2004-07-05 Thread Rickard Borgmäster
On Mon, 5 Jul 2004 18:35:52 -0600 (MDT) Warren Block [EMAIL PROTECTED] hit the keyboard and punched: FreeBSD 4.x doesn't have specific support for the VIA 8237, and so doesn't properly realize that it should be able to do the faster DMA modes. My MSI motherboard with the same VIA 8237

increase / decrease the securelevel without boot

2004-07-05 Thread suporte dsgx
i saw somewhere a fix to apply into /usr/src to allow increase and decrease the securelevel without booting but i don't know where's the page cause i didn't mark it :( the reason that i need this is for chflag .. basicly cause im working creating jail enviroments .. and when user cancel the

NFS Seems to Freeze

2004-07-05 Thread Thomas Moyer
I have an NFS server set up that I have /home exported. When the one client connects it seems to pause for 30 secs to 1 min at a time and then all of a sudden just goes again. Any ideas where I can start troubleshooting? ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: what pop deamon to use with postfix ?

2004-07-05 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Jul 05), Brent Bailey said: Im using FBSD 4.9 ..trying to get postfix running to replace a sendmail server we have ..i then noticed that there isnt any pop deamon to connect to ..what is the recommendation from freebsd users as to what pop deamon is best ? Use whichever

/rescue is huge!!

2004-07-05 Thread Richard Bradley
Hi everyone, I recently tried to add a user to my FreeBSD box, but was amazed to find that the / partition was full! I had a look, and the culprit is the /rescue folder, holding 135 statically linked binaries of nearly 4Mb each, giving a folder size of 491Mb! The Handbook says that 100 MB is

Re: /rescue is huge!!

2004-07-05 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Jul 06), Richard Bradley said: I recently tried to add a user to my FreeBSD box, but was amazed to find that the / partition was full! I had a look, and the culprit is the /rescue folder, holding 135 statically linked binaries of nearly 4Mb each, giving a folder size of

user account woes

2004-07-05 Thread Richard Bradley
Hi, I have a phantom user stuck in my system that I can neither use nor delete. I have been playing with Virtual Users in pure-ftpd and it seems to have messed things around. Substituting `bob` for the user name, here is some of my command line: # grep bob /etc/passwd /etc/pwd.db # pw add

Re: /rescue is huge!!

2004-07-05 Thread Richard Bradley
On Tuesday 06 July 2004 2:36 am, you wrote: In the last episode (Jul 06), Richard Bradley said: I recently tried to add a user to my FreeBSD box, but was amazed to find that the / partition was full! I had a look, and the culprit is the /rescue folder, holding 135 statically linked binaries

Re: /rescue is huge!!

2004-07-05 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Jul 06), Richard Bradley said: On Tuesday 06 July 2004 2:36 am, you wrote: In the last episode (Jul 06), Richard Bradley said: I recently tried to add a user to my FreeBSD box, but was amazed to find that the / partition was full! I had a look, and the culprit is

Re: /rescue is huge!!

2004-07-05 Thread Greg 'groggy' Lehey
On Tuesday, 6 July 2004 at 2:59:08 +0100, Richard Bradley wrote: On Tuesday 06 July 2004 2:36 am, you wrote: In the last episode (Jul 06), Richard Bradley said: I recently tried to add a user to my FreeBSD box, but was amazed to find that the / partition was full! I had a look, and the

Re: /rescue [may or may not have actually been] huge!!

2004-07-05 Thread Richard Bradley
On Tuesday 06 July 2004 3:11 am, you wrote: On Tuesday, 6 July 2004 at 2:59:08 +0100, Richard Bradley wrote: On Tuesday 06 July 2004 2:36 am, Dan Nelson wrote: Check the inode number of each file in /rescue (ls -li /rescue). You'll notice they're all the same, which means they're all

After further investigation

2004-07-05 Thread Thomas Moyer
After sifting through the logs on the NFS client I've noticed that each time the NFS server stops responding the error a couple of seconds before is sk0: Watchdog timeout then several iterations of NFS server not responding...NFS server is alive again. I'm thinking this is a problem with by

Re: user account woes

2004-07-05 Thread Jonathan Chen
On Tue, Jul 06, 2004 at 02:55:47AM +0100, Richard Bradley wrote: Hi, I have a phantom user stuck in my system that I can neither use nor delete. I have been playing with Virtual Users in pure-ftpd and it seems to have messed things around. [...] If I delete the entry from /etc/passwd, the

Re: Hard drive problem... S-ATA/ATA and DMA error messages

2004-07-05 Thread peter lageotakes
--- Warren Block [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tue, 6 Jul 2004, Rickard [ISO-8859-1] Borgmäster wrote: atapci1: VIA 8237 ATA133 controller port 0xfc00-0xfc0f at device 15.1 on pci0 ata0: at 0x1f0 irq 14 on atapci1 ata1: at 0x170 irq 15 on atapci1 [...] ad0: 156334MB Maxtor 6Y160P0

portsdb -Uu error

2004-07-05 Thread Ariane Ron Joordens
Hi everyone, I have just cvsupped successfully and tried to run portsdb -Uu. I received the following error: _ freebsd# portsdb -Uu Updating the ports index ... Generating INDEX.tmp - please wait..fr-mozilla-flp-1.7:

Re: NFS Seems to Freeze

2004-07-05 Thread Conrad J. Sabatier
On 06-Jul-2004 Thomas Moyer wrote: I have an NFS server set up that I have /home exported. When the one client connects it seems to pause for 30 secs to 1 min at a time and then all of a sudden just goes again. Any ideas where I can start troubleshooting? Not really, but I can tell you

Re: emails bouced to bulkmail folder

2004-07-05 Thread Gautam Gopalakrishnan
On Mon, 05 Jul 2004 15:32:01 -0600, RYAN vAN GINNEKEN [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Need some info on the what the large email severs ie Yahoo and Hotmail use to determine if email is spam. I run a small email server with about 30 clients and when i send email to yahoo it gets bounced to the bulk

Libpangoft Problem

2004-07-05 Thread andy
Hi All Since upgrading to 4.9, and running portupgrade, I have lost several gnome-related apps. WHen I try to run (for example) planner , I get the error message /usr/libexec/ld-elf.so.1: Shared object libpangoft2-1.0.so.200 not found I have used portupgrade, used the gnome upgrade script

Re: GUIDE

2004-07-05 Thread Peter Ulrich Kruppa
On Tue, 6 Jul 2004, snoop dogg wrote: hello there, i have FreeBSD 4.9-RELEASE installed in my machine.. but i need to upgrade my 4.9-RELEASE to 4.9-STABLE. any help? and tips on what to do? bcoz im kinda scared of kernel panic and crush thenks i need to know what file is needed to download to

OT: /rescue is huge!!

2004-07-05 Thread epilogue
On Tue, 6 Jul 2004 11:41:44 +0930 Greg 'groggy' Lehey [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 100 MB should be plenty of space for the root file system assuming that you have separate /usr and /var file systems (not something that I recommend, but that's what the handbook recommends). hello greg,

Re: GUIDE

2004-07-05 Thread Jon Drews
Hi: You can follow the instructions here: http://www.silbsd.org/cvsup_instructions2.html However in step B change: # src-all tag=RELENG_4_8 # to: # src-all tag=RELENG_4_9 # I also urge you to read Section 9 of the FreeBSD handbook:

lame w/o lame

2004-07-05 Thread i18rabbit
what happened to the 'lame' package? it's not in the FBSD packages. can someone stick it in the packages, or state why it shouldn't be a package? thanks :) ps. please ditto replies off list, thanks. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: OT: /rescue is huge!!

2004-07-05 Thread Greg 'groggy' Lehey
On Monday, 5 July 2004 at 23:54:05 -0400, epilogue wrote: On Tue, 6 Jul 2004 11:41:44 +0930 Greg 'groggy' Lehey [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 100 MB should be plenty of space for the root file system assuming that you have separate /usr and /var file systems (not something that I recommend, but

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