Re: Mounting ext3 filesystem from USB keydrive

2004-09-10 Thread Toomas Aas
From: Shantanoo [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Thu, 9 Sep 2004 15:29:08 +0300, Toomas Aas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have an USB keydrive with ext3 filesystem on it. I'm trying to mount this filesystem on FreeBSD 4.9, but I'm not succeeding. # mount -t ext2fs /dev/da3s1c /mnt/usb

Re: Vim on SMB share

2004-09-10 Thread Daren Russell
Charles Ulrich wrote: Daren Russell said: Hi, I know this is slightly OT, but it is still using FBSD! I have a SMB share mounted, and can generally write to it. I can copy files to it, delete them, use 'ee' to edit and save them. However, when using Vim, I can load and edit without warning, but

[Q] Java 1.4.2 build trouble?

2004-09-10 Thread Anton Kazak
cd /usr/ports/java/jdk14 make === jdk-1.4.2p6_4 depends on executable: gm4 - found === jdk-1.4.2p6_4 depends on executable: zip - found === jdk-1.4.2p6_4 depends on file: /usr/X11R6/lib/libXm.so - found === jdk-1.4.2p6_4 depends on file: /usr/local/include/nspr/prtypes.h - found ===

Megaraid perc4/di management FreeBSD 5.3 ?

2004-09-10 Thread Stefan Cars
Hi! Is there any management tools for Dells Megaraid perc4/di that work with FreeBSD 5.3. / Stefan ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Broadcom 440x NIC not recognized on boot

2004-09-10 Thread Subhro
On Thu, 9 Sep 2004 21:00:39 -0700 (PDT), Richard Lynch [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: #1. How do I test that bfe (man bfe) is built-in to the kernel versus loaded as a module? Check the config file. I believe the GENERIC kernel has it built in. #2. Is it possible that building bfe into the kernel

Re: cvsup, SetAttrs, I've read the FAQ

2004-09-10 Thread Karel J. Bosschaart
Heh, that's a nice one if I can't find a solution :-). After some more experimenting it seems that the SetAttrs disappear when using another cvsup mirror. Karel. On Wed, Sep 08, 2004 at 07:51:10PM +0200, Nagilum wrote: How about a grep -v SetAttr ? Karel J. Bosschaart wrote: Hi, I

Anything like ftpmount on freebsd ?

2004-09-10 Thread Mike Woods
Those people I remember from my Amiga days will know exactly what im asking but for the rest of you let me elaborate, ftpmount is an old Amiga filesystem that allowed you to access ftp sites trough a standard AmigaDos device, now try as i might i cant find anything like it for freebsd so im

Re: cvsup, SetAttrs, I've read the FAQ

2004-09-10 Thread Karel J. Bosschaart
On Wed, Sep 08, 2004 at 02:22:53PM -0400, Lowell Gilbert wrote: Karel J. Bosschaart [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I would like to get rid of the 'SetAttrs' lines in the cvsup logs. Of course I found the FAQ at http://www.cvsup.org/faq.html#setattrs ; I have umask=2 defined in my supfile,

Re: pdflatex port?

2004-09-10 Thread Geert Hendrickx
On Fri, Sep 10, 2004 at 11:24:19AM +1000, Murray Taylor wrote: # portversion -v | grep tex hugelatex-1.0 = up-to-date with port # which pdflatex /usr/local/bin/pdflatex NB hugelatex is just TeTex with some limits resized... I have recently been working on a big LaTeX

Terminal Display Size? (Characters Wide Lines High)

2004-09-10 Thread Brian Black
Hi, sorry if this question is asked often on the list, i have not found any answers. after install of the system the terminal displays 80 or so characters wide on the screen. I now have a wide screen display, What tool can be used to change the number of characters wide and the number of

Re: Terminal Display Size?

2004-09-10 Thread Jan Christian Meyer
[...] I now have a wide screen display, What tool can be used to change the number of characters wide and the number of lines high the terminal will display? Run 'man vidcontrol', be enlightened. Is there also a way to have this new setting to be the default terminal display for all virtual

Re: [Q] Java 1.4.2 build trouble?

2004-09-10 Thread Radek Kozlowski
On Fri, Sep 10, 2004 at 01:02:04PM +0400, Anton Kazak wrote: cd /usr/ports/java/jdk14 make === jdk-1.4.2p6_4 depends on executable: gm4 - found === jdk-1.4.2p6_4 depends on executable: zip - found === jdk-1.4.2p6_4 depends on file: /usr/X11R6/lib/libXm.so - found ===

Re: 5.3-beta3 boot manger show stopper problem

2004-09-10 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Richard Lynch [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Speaking of which... Where exactly are the text strings for F1, F2, F3, F4 stored? FAQ: How do I change the boot prompt from ??? to something more meaningful? http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/faq/disks.html#CHANGING-BOOTPROMPT

Re: . and .. directories missing

2004-09-10 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Aram Khalili [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I'm having some trouble with FreeBSD on my T20 ThinkPad. There is a problem with the hard disk that prevents me from booting into multi-user mode. I'm not exactly sure what the problem is; fsck reports many hundreds of errors on the /usr /home

RE: Wheel Mouse

2004-09-10 Thread Michael Clark
-Original Message- From: Thomas Connolly [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, September 10, 2004 12:02 AM To: FreeBSD Questions Subject: Wheel Mouse Hello List, I'm new to FreeBSD so if this question has been covered to death I appologize. I can't seem to find any

portaudit and base system

2004-09-10 Thread Andrea Venturoli
Some output: bane# portaudit -F -a auditfile.tbz 100% of9 kB 24 kBps New database installed. Affected package: FreeBSD-491000 Type of problem: multiple vulnerabilities in the cvs server code. Reference:

Problems with newsyslog

2004-09-10 Thread redmyrlin
I have just acquired a new virtual server and have set up newsyslog.conf to mirror that on my old virtual server. On my old server the logs are rotated and compressed without any problems. The old server runs FreeBSD 4.9. The new server runs FreeBSD 4.10, and I'm getting the following errors

Re: Apache+mod_ssl + mod_php segfault

2004-09-10 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Thu, Sep 09, 2004 at 04:02:30PM -0700, Vonleigh Simmons wrote: I sent this already but didn't get any replies. I'm a little desperate because I need to get this working, so if you can suggest anything at all, I'd really appreciate it. I'm running FreeBSD 5.2-RELEASE, apache

Installing ports with OPTIONS

2004-09-10 Thread Steve Bertrand
Hi all, I am attempting to install /usr/ports/security/snort, but I want MySQL support. I've uncommented OPTIONS and the line that states MYSQL=on in the Makefile, however, when I run: # script # make the resulting script shows no indication that MySQL was included. How can I verify that

Re: Installing ports with OPTIONS

2004-09-10 Thread Steve Bertrand
Hi all, I am attempting to install /usr/ports/security/snort, but I want MySQL support. I've uncommented OPTIONS and the line that states MYSQL=on in the Makefile, however, when I run: # script # make the resulting script shows no indication that MySQL was included. How can I verify

Re: Problems with newsyslog

2004-09-10 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Fri, Sep 10, 2004 at 02:35:11PM +0100, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have just acquired a new virtual server and have set up newsyslog.conf to mirror that on my old virtual server. On my old server the logs are rotated and compressed without any problems. The old server runs FreeBSD 4.9.

Re: Installing ports with OPTIONS

2004-09-10 Thread Tom Cook
I believe that you should just be able to install the port with the option '--with-mysql' to bring in support for mysql i.e.: #make --with-mysql should do it for you. -tom On Fri, 10 Sep 2004 10:02:37 -0400 (EDT), Steve Bertrand [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, I am attempting to install

Re: Installing ports with OPTIONS

2004-09-10 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Fri, Sep 10, 2004 at 10:02:37AM -0400, Steve Bertrand wrote: I am attempting to install /usr/ports/security/snort, but I want MySQL support. I've uncommented OPTIONS and the line that states MYSQL=on in the Makefile, however, when I run: # script # make Don't do that: the OPTIONS

Re: Can't send to mailing list from server

2004-09-10 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Gene Bomgardner [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Actually, the IPS's DNS entry is for reverse lookup. I suspect that the problem might be that a forward lookup returns a different IP address. That is: domain.net -- 172.1.1.1 While 209.1.1.1 -- domain.net Because the domain is redirected

Re: Installing ports with OPTIONS

2004-09-10 Thread Steve Bertrand
On Fri, Sep 10, 2004 at 10:02:37AM -0400, Steve Bertrand wrote: I am attempting to install /usr/ports/security/snort, but I want MySQL support. I've uncommented OPTIONS and the line that states MYSQL=on in the Makefile, however, when I run: # script # make Don't do that: the OPTIONS

Re: Installing ports with OPTIONS

2004-09-10 Thread Martin Hudec
On Fri, Sep 10, 2004 at 03:09:04PM +0100 or thereabouts, Matthew Seaman wrote: # make -DWITH_MYSQL and you should certainly see mysql mentioned during the configuration and compilation steps. For myself I am using make WITH_MYSQL=yes (all install clean). It is working. I do also put

Re: Phantom /var full messages

2004-09-10 Thread Paul Schmehl
--On Friday, September 10, 2004 11:58:41 AM +0100 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm running snort 2.1.3 and mysql 3.23.58 on FreeBSD 4.9 RELEASE. All applications are built from ports. Periodically I get /var full messages and everything comes to a grinding halt. The problem is, /var isn't full. df

Re: cvsup problem Please Help

2004-09-10 Thread Paul Schmehl
--On Thursday, September 09, 2004 01:39:24 AM -0400 Lee Lispon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello. I am running FreeBSD 4.7-RELEASE I have recently had a problem with ports and cannot get the ports to download completely. Basically, in an effort to save space and exclude ports that I never need

Re: Phantom /var full messages

2004-09-10 Thread Jerry McAllister
--On Friday, September 10, 2004 11:58:41 AM +0100 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm running snort 2.1.3 and mysql 3.23.58 on FreeBSD 4.9 RELEASE. All applications are built from ports. Periodically I get /var full messages and everything comes to a grinding halt. The problem is, /var

Re: Phantom /var full messages

2004-09-10 Thread Sergey Zaharchenko
On Fri, Sep 10, 2004 at 11:23:11AM -0400, Jerry McAllister probably wrote: No, you are running out of space! DF has nothing to do with it. If one of the processes grabs some file space and then unlinks, it is still holding/using that space and probably needs it, even if one method (df)

Question about FreeBSD.

2004-09-10 Thread Johan Claesson
Hi, I'm quite new to the world of linux, and I are going to set up a linux server, and I'm looking aroud for a good linux system, and I find FreeBSD quite interesting. Does FreeBSD have a X-mode and is it easy to handle? Whats the difference between FreeBSD, Slackware and Redhat? Thanks for

Re: Question about FreeBSD.

2004-09-10 Thread Radek Kozlowski
On Fri, Sep 10, 2004 at 04:03:37PM +, Johan Claesson wrote: Hi, I'm quite new to the world of linux, and I are going to set up a linux server, and I'm looking aroud for a good linux system, and I find FreeBSD quite interesting. Does FreeBSD have a X-mode and is it easy to handle? Whats

RE: Question about FreeBSD.

2004-09-10 Thread Philip Payne
Hi, I'm quite new to the world of linux, and I are going to set up a linux server, and I'm looking aroud for a good linux system, and I find FreeBSD quite interesting. Does FreeBSD have a X-mode and is it easy to handle? Whats the difference between FreeBSD, Slackware and Redhat?

Re: Question about FreeBSD.

2004-09-10 Thread Tom Cook
Johan, First of all, welcome! FreeBSD isn't a distribution of linux, actually. FreeBSD is a derived from an entirely different code base than Linux is. These days, though, they share many common features and also differ in many areas. To answer your questions; yes, FreeBSD does have full X

Re: Question about FreeBSD.

2004-09-10 Thread Jerry McAllister
Hi, I'm quite new to the world of linux, and I are going to set up a linux server, and I'm looking aroud for a good linux system, and I find FreeBSD quite interesting. Does FreeBSD have a X-mode and is it easy to handle? Whats the difference between FreeBSD, Slackware and Redhat? As you

Re: Question about FreeBSD.

2004-09-10 Thread Matthew Seaman
On Fri, Sep 10, 2004 at 04:03:37PM +, Johan Claesson wrote: Hi, I'm quite new to the world of linux, and I are going to set up a linux server, and I'm looking aroud for a good linux system, and I find FreeBSD quite interesting. Does FreeBSD have a X-mode and is it easy to handle? Whats

Re: Question about FreeBSD.

2004-09-10 Thread yuri van Overmeeren
Johan Claesson wrote: Hi, I'm quite new to the world of linux, and I are going to set up a linux server, and I'm looking aroud for a good linux system, and I find FreeBSD quite interesting. Does FreeBSD have a X-mode and is it easy to handle? Whats the difference between FreeBSD, Slackware and

Re: Phantom /var full messages

2004-09-10 Thread Robert Huff
Jerry McAllister writes: If you are doing database stuff, then I can't imagine having a /var of less than a few GB, unless you move a lot of stuff out of /var and create links. I'll suggest part of the answer is to move that space off /var - possibly to a dedicated partition or

Re: Phantom /var full messages

2004-09-10 Thread Paul Schmehl
--On Friday, September 10, 2004 11:23:11 AM -0400 Jerry McAllister [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: How in the world would that help? (BTW, /var is 31GB) ^^^ Did you miss this? If you are doing database stuff, then I can't imagine having a /var of less than a few GB, unless you move a

How to get best results from FreeBSD-questions

2004-09-10 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

2004-09-10 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.

Re: Phantom /var full messages

2004-09-10 Thread Sergey Zaharchenko
On Fri, Sep 10, 2004 at 11:57:57AM -0500, Paul Schmehl probably wrote: --On Friday, September 10, 2004 11:23:11 AM -0400 Jerry McAllister [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If you are doing database stuff, then I can't imagine having a /var of less than a few GB, unless you move a lot of stuff out of

Re: Phantom /var full messages

2004-09-10 Thread Paul Schmehl
--On Friday, September 10, 2004 07:43:00 PM +0400 Sergey Zaharchenko [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Correct. du can only show the `named' space (the size of files which are not unlinked-but-open). One of the ways to find out what has the largest files open is # fstat | grep /var | sort -r -n -k 8 |

Re: Vim on SMB share

2004-09-10 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2004-09-10 09:22, Daren Russell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thanks for the ideas. The server side is Win2k (so not much I can do there!), the BSD is using version 3 of the Samba client, so I'll try downgrading it to version 2 and see how I go. I guess it must also be to do with the way Vim

how to update system time?

2004-09-10 Thread Matthias F. Brandstetter
Hi all, first: hello to all FreeBSD users out there ;) After using Linux for several years, I want to try out FreeBSD for some of my servers now. I am coming from Gentoo Linux, so I am somewhat used to the ports system... Ok, now to my first question: I am setting up my 2nd FreeBSD box now. On

mplayer-plugin with mozilla-1.7 on my laptop??

2004-09-10 Thread Gary Kline
I think getting mplayer-plugin to work under 5.3(beta) was already discussed. I didn't pay much attention to it because, one, I as focusing on getting it to work here where I'm running 4.10, and also I didn't think mplayer would work. Wrong. It works

Re: how to update system time?

2004-09-10 Thread Shantanoo
On Fri, 10 Sep 2004 19:42:51 +0200, Matthias F. Brandstetter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, first: hello to all FreeBSD users out there ;) After using Linux for several years, I want to try out FreeBSD for some of my servers now. I am coming from Gentoo Linux, so I am somewhat used to the

Re: Phantom /var full messages

2004-09-10 Thread Robert Huff
Paul Schmehl writes: How do you convert the filenames from numbers to names? man find Robert Huff ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To

Re: how to update system time?

2004-09-10 Thread Matthias F. Brandstetter
-- quoting Shantanoo -- Is the computer properly networked? can it ping yahoo.com? Yeah it is properly networked. I am connected via SSH now. And of course I can ping yahoo.com and other sites. the computer is not able to reach the ntp server. try pool.ntp.org The computer

Re: how to update system time?

2004-09-10 Thread Shantanoo
On Fri, 10 Sep 2004 20:00:52 +0200, Matthias F. Brandstetter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: -- quoting Shantanoo -- Is the computer properly networked? can it ping yahoo.com? Yeah it is properly networked. I am connected via SSH now. And of course I can ping yahoo.com and other

Re: how to update system time?

2004-09-10 Thread Bill Moran
Matthias F. Brandstetter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: -- quoting Shantanoo -- Is the computer properly networked? can it ping yahoo.com? Yeah it is properly networked. I am connected via SSH now. And of course I can ping yahoo.com and other sites. the computer is not able

[no subject]

2004-09-10 Thread Sharon Winston
Hello, I was hoping someone could help me. I'm trying to use Nifty TelNet to change a password on our Web site (the password allows visitors to enter the members only section of the site.) Last year, I used the program to change the password, and it was no problem. This time, the commands look

Regarding password changes (Re: no subject)

2004-09-10 Thread Bill Moran
Sharon Winston [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I was hoping someone could help me. I'm trying to use Nifty TelNet to change a password on our Web site (the password allows visitors to enter the members only section of the site.) Last year, I used the program to change the password, and

Re:

2004-09-10 Thread cscott
make sure when you are using htpasswd that you are giving it the correct htpasswd file. Also make sure that .htaccess is configured to get the password from the correct file. -Original Message- From: Sharon Winston [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, September 10, 2004 06:24 PM

Re: how to update system time?

2004-09-10 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Matthias F. Brandstetter [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: The computer _is_ able to reach the ntp server. See this example: [ 17:34 [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~ ] date Fri Sep 10 17:35:00 CEST 2004 [ 17:35 [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~ ] rdate time.fu-berlin.de Fri Sep 10 19:57:55 2004 [ 17:35 [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~

Re: how to update system time?

2004-09-10 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Sep 10), Lowell Gilbert said: Matthias F. Brandstetter [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: The computer _is_ able to reach the ntp server. See this example: [ 17:34 [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~ ] date Fri Sep 10 17:35:00 CEST 2004 [ 17:35 [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~ ] rdate

Re: Tar pitting automated attacks

2004-09-10 Thread Nagilum
Jonathan Chen wrote: On Tue, Sep 07, 2004 at 09:42:16AM -0400, Mike Galvez wrote: Is there a method to make this more expensive to the attacker, such as tar-pitting? Put in a ipfw block on the netblock/country. At the very least it will make it pretty slow for the initial TCP handshake.

Re: Broadcom 440x NIC not recognized on boot

2004-09-10 Thread Richard Lynch
Subhro wrote: #1. How do I test that bfe (man bfe) is built-in to the kernel versus loaded as a module? Check the config file. I believe the GENERIC kernel has it built in. This is gonna sound stupid, but I spent a good 10 minutes using locate and find and whatnot trying to find something

Re: Broadcom 440x NIC not recognized on boot

2004-09-10 Thread Charles Swiger
On Sep 10, 2004, at 3:52 PM, Richard Lynch wrote: Sometimes, when one talks about a config file, one is talking about editing /etc/*.conf, and start/stop a service, or, in extreme cases, re-booting. Are there run-time options to the kernel in such a file? Some of the settings one can make in

something fishy with this network

2004-09-10 Thread Nagilum
Hi, I have a really strange network problem and no idea what's the cause, maybe someone else can enlighten me..so here it comes: I have a FreeBSD5.3b3 gateway, this machine is NAT gateway, Webserver, DHCP and nameserver for the LAN, Mailserver, Samba, et al.. In my LAN I have a PC and a

Re: something fishy with this network

2004-09-10 Thread Charles Swiger
On Sep 10, 2004, at 4:40 PM, Nagilum wrote: Everything works fine except I can't access certain hosts in the internet from the Powerbook or the gateway, the most famous being slashdot.org (www.clamav.net is another one). I can access other hosts without problems but from some I just don't get

Re: Adding A Hard Drive Using A PCI Controller

2004-09-10 Thread Rishi Chopra
--- Josh Paetzel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thursday 09 September 2004 16:58, Rishi Chopra wrote: I just installed FreeBSD 5.2 on an old Dell (Pentium 120). The box has an ide controller onboard as well as a Promise Ultra100 TX2 PCI controller card. There's a 4GB hard drive

Re: how to update system time?

2004-09-10 Thread Matthias F. Brandstetter
-- quoting Bill Moran -- Is your securelevel set very high? A high securelevel will prevent drastic changes to the system clock (although I don't remember what is specifically considered drastic) ok, a look into man securelevel gave the answer: in kernel securelevel 2 or

RE: Regarding password changes (Re: no subject)

2004-09-10 Thread Thompson, Jimi
My suggestion follows Bill's. Contact your hosting provider. If you can't contact your hosting provider and/or get them to help you, it's time for a new hosting provider. I've had good experience with LunarPages.com. Asking the FreeBSD community for support for something like this is like

Re: something fishy with this network

2004-09-10 Thread Nagilum
Thanks Charles, You really saved my day! I had a set MRU 1448 in my /etc/ppp/ppp.conf, I changed it to the default size of 1492 which even though it's even larger, solved the problem?! Thanks a lot again! Charles Swiger wrote: On Sep 10, 2004, at 4:40 PM, Nagilum wrote: Everything works fine

Can't get my USB-devices to work (except mouse...). 5.2.1-R

2004-09-10 Thread Keatis
Hello. Seems like noone usb-device want to work on the pc. I have Intel Pentium Xeon 2.4GHz (E7505 Chipset based server) with SCSI, LSILogic MegaRAID controllers (LSI MegaRAID SCSI 320 v1.04, FW 1L19) and Intel 82801DB USB controller, USB1.0. There is also 4 SCSI HDDs (two Maxtor Atlas10K 35Gb

Re: how to update system time?

2004-09-10 Thread Geert Hendrickx
On Fri, Sep 10, 2004 at 08:00:52PM +0200, Matthias F. Brandstetter wrote: -- quoting Shantanoo -- Is the computer properly networked? can it ping yahoo.com? Yeah it is properly networked. I am connected via SSH now. And of course I can ping yahoo.com and other sites. the

Re: foomatic-db-engine port broke?

2004-09-10 Thread Juergen Lock
I just stumbled across this and send-pr'd the fix (it needs to run aclocal). See: http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/query-pr.cgi?pr=71573 You may need to grab the patch out of the raw pr because the ports tree is still frozen and it may take a while before it gets in... (Found this via the

nfs + ipv6 on 5.3 beta3

2004-09-10 Thread Paulo Roberto
Hi, I am having trouble setting an nfs mount within ipv6. DOes it support? I am getting nfs: can't get net id for host. My fstab: fe80::201:3ff:fec0:122d%rl0:/cdrom /cdrom nfs ro,noauto 0 0 I tried putting the hostname and adding the ipv6 address to the /etc/hosts file

strange output from fstat

2004-09-10 Thread Robert Huff
In the course of fixing another problem, I did: huf@ fstat -v /var/run/utmp and got: unknown file type 0 for file 12 of pid 39567 unknown file type 0 for file 12 of pid 39561 unknown file type 0 for file 12 of pid 39556 unknown file type 0 for file 12 of pid 39555 unknown file

Re: incorrect time from sendmail (FBSD 5.3)

2004-09-10 Thread Malcolm Kay
On Fri, 10 Sep 2004 01:57 pm, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I can not get sendmail to use the correct timezone on my system. The timezone is set via tzsetup to PDT (localtime). /etc/localtime exists. The system reports the correct time everywhere. The problem is that sendmail insists on

Re: Adding A Hard Drive Using A PCI Controller

2004-09-10 Thread Nicholas Jackson
It sounds like it might be an out-of-date firmware problem to me. Check the web sites for both the Promise controller and your motherboard and make sure you have flashed your hardware with the most recent updates if more recent ones are available. Those new, large IDE drives require 48 bit

NAT/DIVERT Issues in 5.2.1 Release

2004-09-10 Thread Denis Lemire
I've just completed a frustrating day of attempting to get nat working on 5.2.1 RELEASE. I've very familiar with using FreeBSD as a nat enabled Internet gateway, I have set this up on many machines with prior versions. I've compiled my kernel with the ip divert and firewall options needed. I have

Re: CLI tool for motherboard/CPU temp monitoring.

2004-09-10 Thread Jud
On Wed, 8 Sep 2004 17:45:02 -0700, Kenji M [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Thanks a lot guys. I'm gonna try these out. I have 7 boxes in my house without A/C hosting various sites... the room is approaching 90+ degree with fans blowing full bore... and my house is 100 degree... Silicon Valley

how to tell source code versions?

2004-09-10 Thread rob gabaree
hi guys: im pretty new and just recompiled my kernel with cvsup (using src-all) and uname -a prints: FreeBSD xxx 4.10-RELEASE-p2 FreeBSD 4.10-RELEASE-p2 #1: Fri Sep 10 18:01:49 EST 2004 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/XCAGE2 i386 i used the RELENG_4_10 tag to do this, but im

Re: problemo

2004-09-10 Thread Subhro
Recompile the kernel after adding device agp without the s to the kernel config file. Alternatively you can load agp as a module using kldload agp.ko without the s. Regards S. On Sat, 11 Sep 2004 03:19:30 +, A W [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: hey subhro? how come every time i try to launch KDE

Re: NAT/DIVERT Issues in 5.2.1 Release

2004-09-10 Thread Subhro
There is no issue I know of. FBSD-5.2.1-R-p9 works nicely as a NAT gateway at my location. However the information you have provided is too little for getting hold of the problem. We could try to figure something out but we need some more informations, like how set it up, firewall rules, etc.

Re: Phantom /var full messages

2004-09-10 Thread Sergey Zaharchenko
On Fri, Sep 10, 2004 at 01:55:03PM -0400, Robert Huff probably wrote: Paul Schmehl writes: How do you convert the filenames from numbers to names? man find Actually, if the files in question are opened and unlinked, then they have no `name' in the filesystem and find(1) won't

Request

2004-09-10 Thread David Garcia G.
Hi to the FreeBSD team, my name is David Garcia, I'm from Mexico, I'm a university student of computing and I'm investigating about the FreeBSD OS, I would really apreciate some specifical information like technical information about the kernel, the advantages and disadvantages agains the Linux

Re: how to tell source code versions?

2004-09-10 Thread Josh Hansen
rob gabaree wrote: hi guys: im pretty new and just recompiled my kernel with cvsup (using src-all) and uname -a prints: FreeBSD xxx 4.10-RELEASE-p2 FreeBSD 4.10-RELEASE-p2 #1: Fri Sep 10 18:01:49 EST 2004 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/XCAGE2 i386 i used the RELENG_4_10 tag to do

Asus A7N8X-E w/SATA and SCSI, 4.10 sys install snafu

2004-09-10 Thread Gary Aitken
Just built a new system: Asus A7N8X-E motherboard, Athlon XP 2600+ 2 SATA seagate drives Old buslogic SCSI controller with 2 drives, a cd, and a tape. ATI compatible radeon 9000 agp 4x video card The scsi disks have win nt images on them, from a previous system so I can continue running it

Re: Apache+mod_ssl + mod_php segfault

2004-09-10 Thread Vonleigh Simmons
Use ldd(1) to investigate what shlibs a binary needs, and check for conflicts: This is what it outputs. Seems to be the same (although the numbers between parenthesis don't coincide, don't know if they should): /usr/local/sbin/httpd: libcrypt.so.2 = /lib/libcrypt.so.2 (0x280aa000)