reading CD directory

2004-07-26 Thread Peter Ryan
Hi, I made bootable CD's from the 2 installation floppies for freeBSD 4.10. Is there someway I can see what is on these disks. I suspect one may be bad, even though I have used it many times. I can easily cut another, but I was wondering if there was some way to check the directory or contents

Re: Perl split() question (OT)...

2004-07-26 Thread Mathias Samuelson
Steve Bertrand wrote: Perl hackers -- Figured someone would have a reasonably quick, easy answer for this: I am trying to read through a file, line-by-line, and I want to extract the text in between the [ and ] characters. I would normally half the line by split() - ing the line first by [

how to upgrade Perl

2004-07-26 Thread Perica Veljanovski
Hi all, How do I upgrade perl version 5.005_03 to Perl 5.8 on my FreeBSD 4.10-RELEASE from ports? Tryed: cd /usr/ports/lang/perl5.8 make install and nothing happend :P ps. /usr/ports/comms/p5-Device-SerialPort does not run on Perl5.0 10x -- ___

Re: Converting or Reading UFS?

2004-07-26 Thread Wojciech Puchar
I have 4 large (120- 200 Gig) hard drives server. The server died and I'm no longer using I can get the data off these drives? - Convert UFS to any other mountable and OS X? If so, where? I thought maybe Ghost, but sector copies, which are not readable by Ghost isn't OS X

Re: Apaching binding to *:* ?? (Weirdness)

2004-07-26 Thread Nelis Lamprecht
On Mon, 2004-07-26 at 01:04, Bill Moran wrote: I'm having some weird action from Apache. It seems that every apache process binds to *:* twice, in addition to IP:80 and IP:443. Has anyone seen this before? This is Apache 1.3.28 (although an upgrade is on the schedule) I had _wanted_ to

lost and found

2004-07-26 Thread Peter Risdon
I'd be very grateful if someone would steer me towards some documentation about dealing with, even recovering, files in lost and found directories. TIA. Peter. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: how to upgrade Perl

2004-07-26 Thread Peter Risdon
Perica Veljanovski wrote: Hi all, How do I upgrade perl version 5.005_03 to Perl 5.8 on my FreeBSD 4.10-RELEASE from ports? Tryed: cd /usr/ports/lang/perl5.8 make install and nothing happend :P Nothing at all? Was there no output on the console? If you did see the normal kind of burbling, but

Any way to net boot the FreeBSD installer?

2004-07-26 Thread Donald Burr of Borg
I'm trying to install FreeBSD on a VIA Epia M6000 box - this is one of those Mini ITX machines that has NO floppy drive controller, and the machine doesn't have a CD-ROM drive either. However, this machine DOES have a BIOS that can net-boot using PXE. Yes, I did try booting from a USB floppy

Re: how to upgrade Perl

2004-07-26 Thread Simon Barner
Perica Veljanovski wrote: Hi all, How do I upgrade perl version 5.005_03 to Perl 5.8 on my FreeBSD 4.10-RELEASE from ports? Tryed: cd /usr/ports/lang/perl5.8 make install and nothing happend :P You have to use the use.perl script: # use.perl port For more information have a look at:

Urgent! Firewire support in 4.6.2?

2004-07-26 Thread Mathias Haas
Hello! My wifes' company had a break-in during the night today and they stole ALL the computers. They have their backup on an external firewire disk. At home I have a FreeBSD 4.6.2 setup - but I believe that 4.6.2 doesn't have firewire support, is this correct? Is there any way to add firewire

icewm or..?

2004-07-26 Thread dick hoogendijk
Recently I read in this mailinglist some advice about a windowmanager even more flexible then Icewm. I can't remember the name though ;-( Someone wrote that all you need to do to add a program to the menu was: open the menu some place and choose add ;-) I remember is was not fvwm (which I use

Re: lost and found

2004-07-26 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Jul 26, 2004 at 10:12:18AM +0100, Peter Risdon wrote: I'd be very grateful if someone would steer me towards some documentation about dealing with, even recovering, files in lost and found directories. There's not a great deal out there, because the lost+found directory is pretty

Re: lost and found

2004-07-26 Thread Peter Risdon
Matthew Seaman wrote: On Mon, Jul 26, 2004 at 10:12:18AM +0100, Peter Risdon wrote: I'd be very grateful if someone would steer me towards some documentation about dealing with, even recovering, files in lost and found directories. There's not a great deal out there, because the lost+found

Is there a solution to this problem? (Install troubles on IBM x-series 345 and ServeRaid 6i)

2004-07-26 Thread Jim Jacobi
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Re: Urgent! Firewire support in 4.6.2?

2004-07-26 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Mon, Jul 26, 2004 at 11:34:49AM +0200, Mathias Haas wrote: Hello! My wifes' company had a break-in during the night today and they stole ALL the computers. They have their backup on an external firewire disk. At home I have a FreeBSD 4.6.2 setup - but I believe that 4.6.2 doesn't have

Re: Installing php4

2004-07-26 Thread Drew Marshall
On Sun, July 25, 2004 0:29, Matthew Seaman said: On Sat, Jul 24, 2004 at 08:58:15PM +0100, Drew Marshall wrote: I understand the logic but I would have thought a line somewhere in Makefile or the README just to give poor stupid people like me a clue as to where to start looking. Ons further

Re: how to upgrade Perl

2004-07-26 Thread Perica Veljanovski
How do I upgrade perl version 5.005_03 to Perl 5.8 on my FreeBSD 4.10-RELEASE from ports? Tryed: cd /usr/ports/lang/perl5.8 make install and nothing happend :P Nothing at all? Was there no output on the console? If you did see the normal kind of burbling, but still find ports

Re: icewm or..?

2004-07-26 Thread Arek Czereszewski
dick hoogendijk wrote: Recently I read in this mailinglist some advice about a windowmanager even more flexible then Icewm. I can't remember the name though ;-( Someone wrote that all you need to do to add a program to the menu was: open the menu some place and choose add ;-) I remember is was not

Procmail port 3.22 and FreeBSD 5.2.1

2004-07-26 Thread Paul R Culmo
Greetings, I'm a newbie on FreeBSD 5.2.1 or any FreeBSD version for that matter but I've been using Linux for the last 5 years. I've recently attempted to get the Procmail port working on FBSD 5.2.1 but have not been successful. I've searched high and low and found some really good docs, on

Re: how to upgrade Perl

2004-07-26 Thread merv
You will also have to reinstall all the other p5 ports that you may have installed prior to this upgrade. So that they all compile for 5.8 On Monday 26 July 2004 12:09, Perica Veljanovski wrote: How do I upgrade perl version 5.005_03 to Perl 5.8 on my FreeBSD 4.10-RELEASE from ports?

How to turn off the HDD? How to reduce the overall noise?

2004-07-26 Thread max.hochreutener
Hi Constantine, I read this threat in the forum http://lists.freebsd.org http://lists.freebsd.org/ . I am looking for the same function. Do you have a solution meanwhile? Thanks and best regards Max Hochreutener, Switzerland ___ [EMAIL

Is there a /dev/video in freebsd?

2004-07-26 Thread David
I am using freebsd 5.2. Xawtv has a command called streamer to capture video/audio from /dev/video. I cannot find /dev/video in freebsd. Can you tell me where this file is or does it uses a different name. I appreciate your help -Thanks ___ [EMAIL

Abwesenheitsnotiz: Error

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Re: Is there a /dev/video in freebsd?

2004-07-26 Thread Michal Pasternak
David [Mon, Jul 26, 2004 at 03:49:01AM -0400]: I am using freebsd 5.2. Xawtv has a command called streamer to capture video/audio from /dev/video. I cannot find /dev/video in freebsd. Which kind of TV card do you have? -- m signature.asc Description: Digital signature

Re: Any way to net boot the FreeBSD installer?

2004-07-26 Thread Daniel Bye
On Mon, Jul 26, 2004 at 02:16:35AM -0700, Donald Burr of Borg wrote: [---snip---] Can anyone offer up some help, guidance, a HOW TO type guide, etc.? Thanks! I used this HOWTO. Fairly straight forward. http://www.tnpi.biz/computing/freebsd/pxe-netboot.shtml HTH Dan -- Daniel Bye PGP Key:

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portupgrade(1) kde fails

2004-07-26 Thread Mark Ovens
I'm trying to upgrade kde (the meta-port), 3.1.2-3.2.3_1 using portupgrade(1) but it fails trying to install kdelibs. Can anyone shed any light on what's wrong? FreeBSD redshift 5.2-CURRENT FreeBSD 5.2-CURRENT #2: Sun Jul 25 19:19:46 BST 2004 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/REDSHIFT

Questions regarding /etc/make.conf

2004-07-26 Thread Chris
I'm curious - I have an AthlonXP cpu, and I seen on several posts where people have listed, CPUTYPE?=athlon-xp in /etc/make.conf. My question is this, what are the ramifications if I added that to my /etc/make.conf now, after my current device has had nothing in the before mentioned file. How

Re: portupgrade(1) kde fails

2004-07-26 Thread Kent Stewart
On Monday 26 July 2004 05:20 am, Mark Ovens wrote: I'm trying to upgrade kde (the meta-port), 3.1.2-3.2.3_1 using portupgrade(1) but it fails trying to install kdelibs. Can anyone shed any light on what's wrong? FreeBSD redshift 5.2-CURRENT FreeBSD 5.2-CURRENT #2: Sun Jul 25 19:19:46 BST

How can I recover /usr

2004-07-26 Thread Livhu Tshisikule
Hi, 1. How can I recover /usr, when I boot the system it goes to single user and ask me to run fsck manually but the /usr has a bad block. The machine is a server for diskless machines. Regards Livhu ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

BCM4401-B0 card error on FreeBSD 5.2.1

2004-07-26 Thread Guillaume Goutaudier
Hi all, I'm trying to move from Linux to FreeBSD on my compaq nx5000 laptop. The FreeBSD version I installed is 5.2.1. I have a problem with the integrated broadcom BCM4401-B0 NIC. This is not a BCM4401 but a BCM4401-B0 card (PCI ID = 0x170c), and the bfe driver does not seem to work: In the dmesg

Re: Urgent! Firewire support in 4.6.2?

2004-07-26 Thread Mathias Haas
Thanks both of you for the answer! I've once tried to CVSup a 5.1 prerelease to release and that didn't work too well. I found a computer with a spare disk where I installed 5.2.1, that took only 15 minutes and from there, restoring the backup was simple. I'll now use that computer to build a

Re: BCM4401-B0 card error on FreeBSD 5.2.1

2004-07-26 Thread Mark
Try bge. On Mon, Jul 26, 2004 at 03:11:42PM +0200, Guillaume Goutaudier wrote: Hi all, I'm trying to move from Linux to FreeBSD on my compaq nx5000 laptop. The FreeBSD version I installed is 5.2.1. I have a problem with the integrated broadcom BCM4401-B0 NIC. This is not a BCM4401

implementing spf

2004-07-26 Thread Robert Storey
I never heard of spf until yesterday, when there was a big discussion about it on Slashdot. The discussion was very political (about Microsoft, Richard Stallman, etc). I don't want to get into any of the politics here, as it's not appropriate for this list. But I am interested in the technology

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Strange behavior of sysinstall

2004-07-26 Thread Gerhard Schmidt
Hi, i´ve try to set up an pxeboot for automatic installation of my FreeBSD systems. Installing works without a problem. To do the custom setup I need for my servers, I have created a package and a post-install script for this package. The post Install script does some changes to

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Re: implementing spf

2004-07-26 Thread Jan Grant
On Mon, 26 Jul 2004, Robert Storey wrote: [on spf] 1) Is the technology useful? 2) How does one implement spf on the server side? 3) How does one implement spf on the client side? I most interested in No. 3 above - specifically, is there anything that I must do as an end-user to make use of

Re: Questions regarding /etc/make.conf

2004-07-26 Thread Henrik W Lund
Chris wrote: I'm curious - I have an AthlonXP cpu, and I seen on several posts where people have listed, CPUTYPE?=athlon-xp in /etc/make.conf. My question is this, what are the ramifications if I added that to my /etc/make.conf now, after my current device has had nothing in the before

Re: portupgrade(1) kde fails

2004-07-26 Thread Mark Ovens
Kent Stewart wrote: Hi Mark, On a 2nd read, I thought I was kind of sharp. No problem. I saw the message: === kdelibs-3.2.3_1 conflicts with installed package(s): kdebase-3.1.2 They install files into the same place. Please remove them first with

Re: Is there a /dev/video in freebsd?

2004-07-26 Thread Michal Pasternak
David [Mon, Jul 26, 2004 at 10:29:52AM -0400]: Hi, I figure out how to disable attachment viewing. That was my PGP signature. I am using a Hauppauge wintv card which uses the bt878 chipset. I also used that once. All information about it on FreeBSD (oh, almost all, use links) can be found

Re: Questions regarding /etc/make.conf

2004-07-26 Thread Mark Ovens
Henrik W Lund wrote: Greetings! No, nothing you put into make.conf will affect already installed software. This file is for setting build-time options, and as such will only affect subsequent software builds. And yes, rebuilding and reinstalling a package you already have qualifies as a

Re: Questions regarding /etc/make.conf

2004-07-26 Thread RacerX
Best regards, Chris On Mon, 26 Jul 2004, Henrik W Lund wrote: Chris wrote: I'm curious - I have an AthlonXP cpu, and I seen on several posts where people have listed, CPUTYPE?=athlon-xp in /etc/make.conf. My question is this, what are the ramifications if I added that to my /etc/make.conf now,

RE: Questions regarding /etc/make.conf

2004-07-26 Thread Lucas Holt
Don't worry about recompiling everything right away. Gnome takes a long time to compile! The cpu type does seem to help multimedia apps and WMs if they were designed to take advantage of the extra instructions. I usually get a machine up and then change the cpu type after I have the basics

BCM4401-B0 card error on FreeBSD 5.2.1

2004-07-26 Thread Guillaume Goutaudier
bge gives me exactly the same error message. And still nothing like bge0: ... in dmesg output. Try bge. On Mon, Jul 26, 2004 at 03:11:42PM +0200, Guillaume Goutaudier wrote: / Hi all, // // I'm trying to move from Linux to FreeBSD on my compaq nx5000 laptop. // The FreeBSD version I installed

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jabber webmin config

2004-07-26 Thread Jeanne Schock
Hi, I have a working jabber 1.4.3 install on FreeBSD 4.8 and I would like to provide my office with a GUI. I'm not sure what webmin wants me to do with regards to a jabber.xml file, jabber.sh and the jabber daemon. I start jabber with the standard jabberd.sh script. Webmin is asking for the

Re: BCM4401-B0 card error on FreeBSD 5.2.1

2004-07-26 Thread Mark
You may have to build a kernel with the device bge # gig cards device bfe # 10- 100 cards entries to build the moduals, I would have thought they were with the base system. But I had to build a kernel for the bfe modual to work. Side note: The bfe entry is not in the GENERIC

Re: Apaching binding to *:* ?? (Weirdness)

2004-07-26 Thread Jason Cribbins
On Sun, 2004-07-25 at 19:04, Bill Moran wrote: I'm having some weird action from Apache. It seems that every apache process binds to *:* twice, in addition to IP:80 and IP:443. Has anyone seen this before? This is Apache 1.3.28 (although an upgrade is on the schedule) I had _wanted_ to

Whats the fastest Windows 2000 like Window Manager ??

2004-07-26 Thread DK
Hi all, I just installed FreeBSD v4.10 I would like to install a basic FAST Windows 2000 like Window Manager that ONLY has: - Basic FAST GUI - MS Notepad like Editor - MS Windows Explorer like File Manager I am setting this up as a test web server with Apache etc... I want very BASIC Windows

Re: Make buildkernal KERNKONF ( etc etc )

2004-07-26 Thread Chris Ryan
I'm running make buildkernel KERNCONF=NAME;make installkernel KERNCONF=NAME right now under 5.2-CURRENT and 4.10-STABLE; I wonder if you have all the source tree installed on that system, and you have a kernel configuration file of the specified name in /usr/src/sys/i386/conf. Mike Squires

Re: Whats the fastest Windows 2000 like Window Manager ??

2004-07-26 Thread Paul Schmehl
--On Monday, July 26, 2004 08:45:02 AM -0700 DK [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, I just installed FreeBSD v4.10 I would like to install a basic FAST Windows 2000 like Window Manager that ONLY has: - Basic FAST GUI - MS Notepad like Editor - MS Windows Explorer like File Manager I am setting this

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RE: Whats the fastest Windows 2000 like Window Manager ??

2004-07-26 Thread Michael Clark
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Re: how to upgrade Perl

2004-07-26 Thread Paul Schmehl
--On Monday, July 26, 2004 12:46:06 PM +0100 merv [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You will also have to reinstall all the other p5 ports that you may have installed prior to this upgrade. So that they all compile for 5.8 This explains something. I tried to upgrade perl and ran use.perl port, but that

Re: Apaching binding to *:* ?? (Weirdness)

2004-07-26 Thread Bill Moran
Jason Cribbins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sun, 2004-07-25 at 19:04, Bill Moran wrote: I'm having some weird action from Apache. It seems that every apache process binds to *:* twice, in addition to IP:80 and IP:443. Has anyone seen this before? This is Apache 1.3.28 (although an

Re: Whats the fastest Windows 2000 like Window Manager ??

2004-07-26 Thread Wojciech Puchar
I am setting this up as a test web server with Apache etc... I want very BASIC Windows like GUI with a GUI Text Editor(NOT VI, more like Notepad) to edit configuration files etc AND a Windows Explorer like File Manager to move files easily around from the CD(ie. NOT command line stuff!)

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3COM NIC Card???

2004-07-26 Thread Hakim Singhji
Hello All, I recently purchased a pair of 3Com 3C905CTXM EtherLink XL PCI TX Network adapter PCI 100 Mbps NIC Cards and I wanted to know if they are compatible with FreeBSD 4.10 (stable). Could someone please give me some feedback on this thanks. Hakim Z. Singhji Coordinating Mgr. /

Re: Whats the fastest Windows 2000 like Window Manager ??

2004-07-26 Thread Jason Stewart
On 26/07/04 08:45 -0700, DK wrote: Hi all, I just installed FreeBSD v4.10 I would like to install a basic FAST Windows 2000 like Window Manager that ONLY has: - Basic FAST GUI - MS Notepad like Editor - MS Windows Explorer like File Manager I am setting this up as a test web server

interface aliases with the fxp driver

2004-07-26 Thread Chris Boyd
While setting up a server with several IP addresses on the same interface, we noticed something a bit odd. When we add the new IP address with the command ifconfig fxp0 alias 192.168.12.100 netmask 255.255.255.255 We can ping the address and all seems well at first. Then apparently the other

Re: Whats the fastest Windows 2000 like Window Manager ??

2004-07-26 Thread Jerry McAllister
I am setting this up as a test web server with Apache etc... I want very BASIC Windows like GUI with a GUI Text Editor(NOT VI, more like Notepad) to edit configuration files etc AND a Windows Explorer like File Manager to move files easily around from the CD(ie. NOT command line

Re: Whats the fastest Windows 2000 like Window Manager ??

2004-07-26 Thread Jud
On Mon, 26 Jul 2004 08:45:02 -0700 (PDT), DK [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Hi all, I just installed FreeBSD v4.10 I would like to install a basic FAST Windows 2000 like Window Manager that ONLY has: - Basic FAST GUI - MS Notepad like Editor - MS Windows Explorer like File Manager I am

Re: Apaching binding to *:* ?? (Weirdness)

2004-07-26 Thread Bill Moran
Nelis Lamprecht [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mon, 2004-07-26 at 01:04, Bill Moran wrote: I'm having some weird action from Apache. It seems that every apache process binds to *:* twice, in addition to IP:80 and IP:443. Has anyone seen this before? This is Apache 1.3.28 (although an

Re: how to upgrade Perl

2004-07-26 Thread merv
pkg_version -v | grep p5 On Monday 26 July 2004 16:49, Paul Schmehl wrote: --On Monday, July 26, 2004 12:46:06 PM +0100 merv [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You will also have to reinstall all the other p5 ports that you may have installed prior to this upgrade. So that they all compile for 5.8

Re: 3COM NIC Card???

2004-07-26 Thread Mark Ovens
Hakim Singhji wrote: Hello All, I recently purchased a pair of 3Com 3C905CTXM EtherLink XL PCI TX Network adapter PCI 100 Mbps NIC Cards and I wanted to know if they are compatible with FreeBSD 4.10 (stable). Could someone please give me some feedback on this thanks. Yes,

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Re: Whats the fastest Windows 2000 like Window Manager ??

2004-07-26 Thread Vulpes Velox
On Mon, 26 Jul 2004 12:08:03 -0400 Jason Stewart [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 26/07/04 08:45 -0700, DK wrote: Hi all, I just installed FreeBSD v4.10 I would like to install a basic FAST Windows 2000 like Window Manager that ONLY has:- Basic FAST GUI - MS Notepad like Editor - MS

Re: 3COM NIC Card???

2004-07-26 Thread Ed Budd
Hakim Singhji wrote: Hello All, I recently purchased a pair of 3Com 3C905CTXM EtherLink XL PCI TX Network adapter PCI 100 Mbps NIC Cards and I wanted to know if they are compatible with FreeBSD 4.10 (stable). Could someone please give me some feedback on this thanks. Hakim Z. Singhji

ports packages: problems with fetch

2004-07-26 Thread Brian Sheehan
Hi, I've recently been having problems with the ports/packages system on a newly installed 4.10-RELEASE FreeBSD machine. Some port/package installations would fail, making it seem that a large proportion of package repositories where out of date, and that only a small number were up to date. I

Re: portupgrade(1) kde fails

2004-07-26 Thread Kent Stewart
On Monday 26 July 2004 07:33 am, Mark Ovens wrote: Kent Stewart wrote: Hi Mark, On a 2nd read, I thought I was kind of sharp. No problem. I saw the message: === kdelibs-3.2.3_1 conflicts with installed package(s): kdebase-3.1.2 They install files into

Re: portupgrade(1) kde fails

2004-07-26 Thread Mark Ovens
Kent Stewart wrote: Kdelibs has the new files and when you try to update kdebase later, it messes up the install. That is why you have to delete kdebase first. If the files had been moved from kdelibs into kdebase, it wouldn't have mattered. Ah, I see. OK, I'll give it a spin. Thanks for the

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Re: Converting or Reading UFS?

2004-07-26 Thread Charles Swiger
On Jul 26, 2004, at 3:34 AM, Wojciech Puchar wrote: I have 4 large (120- 200 Gig) hard drives server. The server died and I'm no longer using FreeBSD I can get the data off these drives? - Convert UFS to any other mountable and OS X? If so, where? I thought maybe Ghost, but sector

Sendmail Upgrade/relay Question

2004-07-26 Thread Rob
Hello, I just upgraded sendmail on my test mailserver from a very old 8.11.6 to 8.13.0. The upgrade finally went ok after a few problems but now I cannot relay. I have the IP of my machine in /etc/mail/access (just as it was before) but in the maillog it says that relaying is denied for this IP.

Re: Whats the fastest Windows 2000 like Window Manager ??

2004-07-26 Thread Mark Weinem
On Mon, 26 Jul 2004, Jud wrote: The leanest desktop environment for Linux/Unix/FreeBSD is XFCE4. I don't think so; look here: http://www.xwinman.org/otherdesktops.html Ciao, Mark Weinem ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Changing cards in a reader (next step??)

2004-07-26 Thread hoe-waa
Aloha I need to know where to go next. I have originated two previous threads regarding this problem. http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-questions/2004-June/050819.html http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-questions/2004-July/053047.html I have followed all suggestions and

Re: implementing spf

2004-07-26 Thread Kevin Stevens
On Mon, 26 Jul 2004, Robert Storey wrote: I never heard of spf until yesterday, when there was a big discussion about it on Slashdot. The discussion was very political (about Microsoft, Richard Stallman, etc). I don't want to get into any of the politics here, as it's not appropriate for

AMD64 support: FreeBSD v.s. Gentoo

2004-07-26 Thread jam man
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Re: Whats the fastest Windows 2000 like Window Manager ??

2004-07-26 Thread Wojciech Puchar
The leanest desktop environment for Linux/Unix/FreeBSD is XFCE4. I don't think so; look here: http://www.xwinman.org/otherdesktops.html XD640 looks really cool, unfortunately it's about 1/3 done. but i still don't understand sense of projects like XPde? what's a sense of making

Re: AMD64 support: FreeBSD v.s. Gentoo

2004-07-26 Thread Wojciech Puchar
Does Gentoo or FreeBSD have better support for the AMD64 architecture at this point? what is gentoo? is it some new OS or linux distro? ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe,

Re: Whats the fastest Windows 2000 like Window Manager ??

2004-07-26 Thread Vulpes Velox
On Mon, 26 Jul 2004 08:45:02 -0700 (PDT) DK [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, I just installed FreeBSD v4.10 I would like to install a basic FAST Windows 2000 like Window Manager that ONLY has:- Basic FAST GUI - MS Notepad like Editor - MS Windows Explorer like File Manager I am

RE: Whats the fastest Windows 2000 like Window Manager ??

2004-07-26 Thread Michael Clark
-Original Message- From: Wojciech Puchar [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, July 26, 2004 12:42 PM To: Mark Weinem Cc: freebsd-questions Subject: Re: Whats the fastest Windows 2000 like Window Manager ?? The leanest desktop environment for Linux/Unix/FreeBSD is XFCE4.

Re: AMD64 support: FreeBSD v.s. Gentoo

2004-07-26 Thread Björn Lindström
Wojciech Puchar [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Does Gentoo or FreeBSD have better support for the AMD64 architecture at this point? what is gentoo? is it some new OS or linux distro? It's a Linux distribution, so I assume the question was meant to be: Does Linux or FreeBSD for the AMD64

Re: Changing cards in a reader (next step??)

2004-07-26 Thread David Kelly
On Jul 26, 2004, at 12:26 PM, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have followed all suggestions and responded with the output of my attemps. The problem remains unresolved. I have also requested that if anyone has this working *properly* to respond but no one did. Why not install

Re: 3COM NIC Card???

2004-07-26 Thread User LAFFER1
They should be. I have used the same card in 4.9 stable and 5.2.1 release. On Mon, 26 Jul 2004, Hakim Singhji wrote: Hello All, I recently purchased a pair of 3Com 3C905CTXM EtherLink XL PCI TX Network adapter PCI 100 Mbps NIC Cards and I wanted to know if they are compatible with FreeBSD 4.10

Odd /etc/hosts entry

2004-07-26 Thread Clint Olsen
So, I just debugged a majorly annoying problem doing port forwarding with SSH. Thanks to some creative Googling, I realized I had a weird entry in my hosts file. What does this ::1 entry mean? #::1localhost localhost.my.domain -Clint

Re: Odd /etc/hosts entry

2004-07-26 Thread Bill Moran
Clint Olsen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: So, I just debugged a majorly annoying problem doing port forwarding with SSH. Thanks to some creative Googling, I realized I had a weird entry in my hosts file. What does this ::1 entry mean? #::1 localhost localhost.my.domain That's

Re: Odd /etc/hosts entry

2004-07-26 Thread Steve Bertrand
So, I just debugged a majorly annoying problem doing port forwarding with SSH. Thanks to some creative Googling, I realized I had a weird entry in my hosts file. What does this ::1 entry mean? #::1 localhost localhost.my.domain It's an entry for IPv6, and it is commented

Re: Odd /etc/hosts entry

2004-07-26 Thread User LAFFER1
Its for ip6. On Mon, 26 Jul 2004, Clint Olsen wrote: So, I just debugged a majorly annoying problem doing port forwarding with SSH. Thanks to some creative Googling, I realized I had a weird entry in my hosts file. What does this ::1 entry mean? #::1localhost

Re: Odd /etc/hosts entry

2004-07-26 Thread Clint Olsen
On Jul 26, Bill Moran wrote: That's an IPv6 entry. You may want to recompile your kernel without IPv6 support while you're at it. If you don't understand IPv6, removing support from the kernel can head off problems before they happen. Ahh, yes. That's for the tip! -Clint -- Clint Olsen

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2004-07-26 Thread University-dev
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Does FreeBSD need to be on a Primary Partition?

2004-07-26 Thread Joe Laws
Since I have about 10 partitions (3primary, 7 extended), I was wondering if BSD needs a root partition on one of the primary partitions. I have heard this is the case in some of the BSD's. -Joe ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Gnome2 port on AMD64 5.2.1

2004-07-26 Thread Richard W Williams
I am trying to build the Gnome2 port but I'm stuck trying to fetch Hermes-1.3.3.tar.bz2 from the default www.clanlib.org or from ftp.freebsd.org. Neither source will respond. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: Gnome2 port on AMD64 5.2.1

2004-07-26 Thread Kent Stewart
On Monday 26 July 2004 11:20 am, Richard W Williams wrote: I am trying to build the Gnome2 port but I'm stuck trying to fetch Hermes-1.3.3.tar.bz2 from the default www.clanlib.org or from ftp.freebsd.org. Neither source will respond.

Re: AMD64 support: FreeBSD v.s. Gentoo

2004-07-26 Thread jam man
--- Björn_Lindström [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Wojciech Puchar [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Does Gentoo or FreeBSD have better support for the AMD64 architecture at this point? what is gentoo? is it some new OS or linux distro? It's a Linux distribution, so I assume the question was

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Re: Does FreeBSD need to be on a Primary Partition?

2004-07-26 Thread Ion-Mihai Tetcu
On Mon, 26 Jul 2004 11:16:55 -0700 Joe Laws [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Since I have about 10 partitions (3primary, 7 extended), I was wondering if BSD needs a root partition on one of the primary partitions. I have heard this is the case in some of the BSD's. Yes. What you call primary

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