ipf+ipnat - Routing has completely stopped

2006-03-31 Thread Daniel A.
Hi, I run a FreeBSD 6.0 at home in my closet. Yesterday, while I was linking IRCd services with a friend of mine, my router completely stopped routing any packets between the internal nic (sis0) and the external nic (rl0). The only thing that I can think of, whoich could have caused this, is that

Re: SiI3112 Controller Question

2006-03-31 Thread Alex Zbyslaw
Richard P. Koett wrote: Thanks Alex. I did check Google before posting but nothing I read was very recent. I was curious if things had improved since newer firmware and newer versions of FreeBSD had come along. I'll go with the HPT controller. Everything I read on the mailing lists said

Fwd: ipf+ipnat - Routing has completely stopped

2006-03-31 Thread Daniel A.
Hi, I run a FreeBSD 6.0 at home in my closet. Yesterday, while I was linking IRCd services with a friend of mine, my router completely stopped routing any packets between the internal nic (sis0) and the external nic (rl0). The only thing that I can think of, whoich could have caused this, is that

Oops: Deleted /var/named

2006-03-31 Thread daniel
Yes, it was dumb, but while I have a backup of all of my domain info and have restored it all, starting named gives me this error now: devfs rule: ioctl DEVFSIO_RAPPLY: Inappropriate ioctl for device devfs rule: ioctl DEVFSIO_RAPPLY: Inappropriate ioctl for device devfs rule: ioctl

Oops: Deleted /var/named

2006-03-31 Thread daniel
Yes, it was dumb, but while I have a backup of all of my domain info and have restored it all, starting named gives me this error now: devfs rule: ioctl DEVFSIO_RAPPLY: Inappropriate ioctl for device devfs rule: ioctl DEVFSIO_RAPPLY: Inappropriate ioctl for device devfs rule: ioctl

intel server board: strange LAN problem [SOLVED]

2006-03-31 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]@mgEDV.net
the original problem was: NIC1 was missing at all and PXE boot from this nic also did not work. the solution for those who are interested in: Intel SE7320VP2/SE7320VP2D2 has 2 onboard NIC's: NIC1 (Marvell Yukon-Chipset) NIC2 (Intel-Chipset) FreeBSD 6 by default recognizes the intel-nic, which

Re: ipf and ipnat stopped working, no routing between nics.

2006-03-31 Thread Daniel A.
Hi, I rebooted my machine last night, and everything started working again. But no, I didnt check that. And after I was looking at some sysctls late last night, I did speculate about whether those you mention were right or not. Problem resolved, and thanks for the help :) ps. Sorry I

ipf and ipnat stopped working, no routing between nics.

2006-03-31 Thread Daniel A.
(My apologies if you're recieving this email for the third time. It doesnt seem as the previous ones reached the list) Hi, I run a FreeBSD 6.0 at home in my closet. Yesterday, while I was linking IRCd services with a friend of mine, my router completely stopped routing any packets between the

rcng, addition to rc.subr

2006-03-31 Thread Frans Haarman
I am changing /etc/rc.subr. I can now use rc.env.d directories. Each file in the directory becomes a variable. somewhat like daemontools envdir. It seemed nice to include it to rcng. So with this we can do: echo 'yes' rc.env.d/sshd/sshd_enable Am concidering adding the $_command' name to the

p5-GSSAPI-0.20 missing dependency?

2006-03-31 Thread Rob Heemskerk
Hello, I ran into a problem with my weekly portupgrade. p5-Authen-SASL seems to depend on the new port p5-GSSAPI-0.20 which fails to build: Searching krb5-config command... not found! at ./Makefile.PL line 94. from where am i supposed to get krb5-config? Thanks, Rob FreeBSD 4.11-RELEASE-p12

RE: Terminal in the background

2006-03-31 Thread Harrison Peter CSA BIRKENHEAD
I certainly get this logged in /var/log/messages. Perhaps check your settings? Peter Harrison -Original Message- From: Logan McNaughton [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 30 March 2006 15:41 To: Harrison Peter CSA BIRKENHEAD Subject: Re: Terminal in the background thanks, what log

Re: Best way to print photos

2006-03-31 Thread Donald J. O'Neill
On Friday 31 March 2006 00:08, M. Warner Losh wrote: Let us suppose that I have a HP DeskJet 5850 that I can talk to via CUPS. I can print test pages w/o any problem. What are my options to print photos and what kind of quality can I expect relative to Windows? Warner

Re: Packet drops and queue length upon bandwidth limiting in PF

2006-03-31 Thread Bill Moran
Ashish Awasthi [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 3/30/06, Bill Moran [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ashish Awasthi [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am a relative newbie, so please don't flame me if my question doesn't make sense. In a network experiment to determine appropriate length of

Re: Installation VMware Workstation 5

2006-03-31 Thread hackmiester (Hunter Fuller)
Thiago Esteves de Oliveira wrote: Hi, I am trying install VMwareWorkstation 5 in FreeBSD with ABI Linux...Please see it. = * horus/(root) ./vmware-install.pl Setup is unable to find the lsmod program

Re: cant login

2006-03-31 Thread hackmiester (Hunter Fuller)
Marlon Martin wrote: hi im running freebsd 6.1PRE i cant login to shell root or normal user, even i boot into single user, this error below always appear, is there anyway i can fix this or i can login, thanks. /libxec/id-elf_so.1: Shared object pluginwrapper/flash7.so not found, required by sh

Re: Deleting Kernel conpile directory

2006-03-31 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Nikolas Britton [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On 30 Mar 2006 09:40:03 -0500, Lowell Gilbert [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Grant Peel [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I am running a little low on disk space in /usr Can I delete the /usr/src/sys/i386/compile/mykernel directory? Sure. And if you

Compiling Java 1.5

2006-03-31 Thread Aguiar Magalhaes
Hi list, I´ve received many good suggestions and I'm trying ... Please, see this error... What can I do ?? Thanks, Aguiar - - - - - - - - - - - - - gmake[3]: Leaving directory `/usr/ports/java/jdk15/work/control/build/bsd-i586/h otspot-i586/tmp/bsd_i486_compiler2/product' gmake[3]: Entering

repeated ssh login attempts/failure/break-in attempts from kiddy script

2006-03-31 Thread Nathan Vidican
Noted recently in auth.log, a string of connection attempts repeated/failed over and over from one host - looks like a script someone's running, tries all kinds of various usernames, etc... attempts like 100-200 logins, fails and goes away. Few hours go by, and another such attempt, from a

Re: repeated ssh login attempts/failure/break-in attempts from kiddy script

2006-03-31 Thread Pat Maddox
Disable password-based logins (use keys instead), move SSH to another port, or install some kind of brute force monitor. First two options are the best, but if for some reason you need to keep it on 22 and password-based logins then look to a BF monitor. Just make sure you actually need it..and

Re: repeated ssh login attempts/failure/break-in attempts from kiddy script

2006-03-31 Thread albi
Nathan Vidican wrote: Noted recently in auth.log, a string of connection attempts repeated/failed over and over from one host - looks like a script someone's running, tries all kinds of various usernames, etc... attempts like 100-200 logins, fails and goes away. Few hours go by, and another

Re: Compiling Java 1.5

2006-03-31 Thread Rodrigo G. Tavares de Souza
I started to compile Java 1.5 some days ago, and I also got a lot of problems. Then I compiled Jdk 1.4 with no problems... When BSD is installing jdk 1.5, it ask for linux-Jdk 1.4. I think this is the problem, if it was used to compile Java libraries, It won't work. Try to compile 1.4,

PHP4 install question

2006-03-31 Thread Darryl Hoar
Greetings, I have a Freebsd 6-release machine. I have installed /usr/ports/lang/php4 the usual way. make make install. The problem I am having is that the application I am trying to run barfs with an error: Fatal error: Call to undefined function: preg_replace() in

Re: No shared library support for realplayer?

2006-03-31 Thread RW
On Thursday 30 March 2006 23:48, Oliver Iberien wrote: Thanks for your response! It turns out that it is perfectly easy to start RealPlayer from within, say Firefox. Starting it from a console with KDE going doesn't work, just as you say. Looking back at this thread, it looks like you are

Re: Best way to print photos

2006-03-31 Thread Bob Johnson
On 3/31/06, M. Warner Losh [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Let us suppose that I have a HP DeskJet 5850 that I can talk to via CUPS. I can print test pages w/o any problem. What are my options to print photos and what kind of quality can I expect relative to Windows? According to

Re: PHP4 install question

2006-03-31 Thread Bill Moran
Darryl Hoar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Greetings, I have a Freebsd 6-release machine. I have installed /usr/ports/lang/php4 the usual way. make make install. The problem I am having is that the application I am trying to run barfs with an error: Fatal error: Call to undefined

XML editor with context-sensitive entry-helpers

2006-03-31 Thread guru
Hi, Is there any (free) XML editor which could be used in FreeBSD and which has especially the feature of 'context-sensitive entry-helpers' like Altova's XMLSpy has? Thx in advance matthias -- Matthias Apitz / Sisis Informationssysteme GmbH ein Tochterunternehmen der OCLC PICA B.V.

Re: getop.h conflict when building audio/akode

2006-03-31 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Mar 31), Olivier Nicole said: Deinstall the libgnugetopt port - it's only needed on FreeBSD releases earlier than 5.x and causes buildtime errors on later versions (as you found out). Thanks. After I managed to rebuild audio/akode, it seems that it was not depending

No auto reboot after panic

2006-03-31 Thread Alex Zbyslaw
Setup: Dell 2850 running i386 FreeBSD 5.4-p5 (or so), ACPI enabled and apparently working (shutdown -p or -r work fine). After a kernel panic, the console showed Automatic reboot in 60 seconds or press any key to interrupt, (or words to that effect), but actually the machine just sat there

Re: ssh session hangs when term is flooded with text.

2006-03-31 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Nikolas Britton [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: When I log into any FreeBSD box through the VPN (IPsec site-to-site) my ssh session will eventually hang when a large amount of text/data is displayed, for example compiler output, running top, running links or lynx, etc. Obviously this is a

ports and a new version of perl

2006-03-31 Thread Michael Grant
I installed perl in /usr/local to have a later version of perl. Certain ports require the new version. How can I set the default version of perl that make uses in /usr/ports? I tried make.conf, that didn't work. I also tried editing /usr/ports/Mk/bsd.port.mk but the change goes away when I

Re: repeated ssh login attempts/failure/break-in attempts from kiddy script

2006-03-31 Thread Bob Johnson
On 3/31/06, Nathan Vidican [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Noted recently in auth.log, a string of connection attempts repeated/failed over and over from one host - looks like a script someone's running, tries all kinds of various usernames, etc... attempts like 100-200 logins, fails and goes away.

Your Online E-mail Address Change

2006-03-31 Thread Chase Online Services Team
Dear Chase Member: We have processed your request to change your e-mail address, based upon the information you supplied. Beginning immediately, we will send all future e-mail messages, excluding Alerts, to you at [EMAIL PROTECTED] Any e-mail addresses that receive Alerts

RE: repeated ssh login attempts/failure/break-in attempts from kiddy script

2006-03-31 Thread fbsd_user
What you are seeing is ssh doing it's job like its designed to do. This is not anything you have to worry about. If you don't want to see these messages in your auth.log then change syslog.conf to only send critical messages to the log. There are a few different ports in the FreeBSD ports

RE: sshd BREAKIN ?

2006-03-31 Thread fbsd_user
What you are seeing is ssh doing it's job like its designed to do. This is not anything you have to worry about. If you don't want to see these messages in your auth.log then change syslog.conf to only send critical messages to the log. There are a few different ports in the FreeBSD ports

Re: ports and a new version of perl

2006-03-31 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Fri, Mar 31, 2006 at 05:22:17PM +0200, Michael Grant wrote: I installed perl in /usr/local to have a later version of perl. Certain ports require the new version. How can I set the default version of perl that make uses in /usr/ports? I tried make.conf, that didn't work. I also tried

Samba related panic

2006-03-31 Thread Alex Zbyslaw
Setup: Dell 2850 running FreeBSD i386 5.4-p5 (or so). Last night, two such servers panic'ed last night in smbiod when the share they were mounting disappeared (or so it seems at the moment - I don't control or have easy access to the Windows servers they were mounting from; but there is good

Re: Thunderbird and Firefox dead after portupgrade

2006-03-31 Thread Micah
Wee-Sern Soo wrote: http://www.mozilla.com/firefox/releases/1.5.0.1.html#issues It's a known issue. Need to run as privileged user on all platforms, the first time. Yuan Jue wrote the following on 31/03/2006 4:46 PM: On Friday 31 March 2006 09:18, Donald J. O'Neill wrote: This happened

RE: ipfw secure setup for ssh bruteforcers

2006-03-31 Thread fbsd_user
The facts of life is script kiddies and robots roll through ranges of ip address looking for open ssh ports and then mount a attack. There is nothing you can do about this except change the port number ssh uses to some high port number so they do not find you. Here is document to explain how to

RE: ssh session hangs when term is flooded with text.

2006-03-31 Thread fbsd_user
There is a patch to OpenSSH to fix the buffer size problem caused by the different operating systems OpenSSH runs on. When the host and remote are different operating systems the send/receive buffer sizes do not match and this causes drastic slow down. Like in using Winscp client connecting to a

Re: repeated ssh login attempts/failure/break-in attempts from kiddy script

2006-03-31 Thread Paul Schmehl
--On Friday, March 31, 2006 08:42:30 -0500 Nathan Vidican [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Noted recently in auth.log, a string of connection attempts repeated/failed over and over from one host - looks like a script someone's running, tries all kinds of various usernames, etc... attempts like 100-200

how can I lock a directory with chflags schg ?

2006-03-31 Thread Ensel Sharon
I have a directory with particular permissions on it, etc., that I want to make _absolutely sure_ never gets changed to different permissions. So I figured, easy, I'll just: chflags schg /dir but I notice that once you chflags schg a directory, you can no longer write to that directory. Is

Freebsd failure to boot from CD on HO Pavillion ze4600

2006-03-31 Thread scion+fbsdq
Greetings, I've got an HP Pavillion ze4610us laptop. I've burned a number of FreeBSD 5 (and FreeSBIE 1.1) images to cd, and have had no luck getting this system to boot from them. The same images boot on other systems, and the laptop in question boots WinXP CDs just fine. I'm stumped, and

Re: Best way to print photos

2006-03-31 Thread M. Warner Losh
In message: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Donald J. O'Neill [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: : On Friday 31 March 2006 00:08, M. Warner Losh wrote: : Let us suppose that I have a HP DeskJet 5850 that I can talk to via : CUPS. I can print test pages w/o any problem. : : What are my options to print

Re: Best way to print photos

2006-03-31 Thread M. Warner Losh
In message: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Bob Johnson [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: : On 3/31/06, M. Warner Losh [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: : Let us suppose that I have a HP DeskJet 5850 that I can talk to via : CUPS. I can print test pages w/o any problem. : : What are my options to print photos

Re: repeated ssh login attempts/failure/break-in attempts from kiddy script

2006-03-31 Thread J65nko
On 3/31/06, Nathan Vidican [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Noted recently in auth.log, a string of connection attempts repeated/failed over and over from one host - looks like a script someone's running, tries all kinds of various usernames, etc... attempts like 100-200 logins, fails and goes

Re: The packages in FreeBSD

2006-03-31 Thread Kevin Kinsey
retrograd wrote: Hello! Does the package openldap with mysql backend exist or I need to compile it myself from a source? Best regards, Maxim #cd /usr/ports make search name=openldap | grep server Port: openldap-sasl-server-2.2.30 Path: /usr/ports/net/openldap22-sasl-server Info:

Re: Best way to print photos

2006-03-31 Thread Donald J. O'Neill
On Friday 31 March 2006 10:34, M. Warner Losh wrote: Let's assume for the moment that my PPD is good. I guess I'm looking for something more basic: how do I take the .jpg from my camera and get a photo on my printer. What's the conversion process? Warner Your going to have to look at

How to get best results from FreeBSD-questions

2006-03-31 Thread Greg Lehey
How to get the best results from FreeBSD questions. === Last update $Date: 2005/08/10 02:21:44 $ 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

2006-03-31 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.

flp wont load to floppies

2006-03-31 Thread A B
1) either by copying to destop, then floppy, or directly from FTP site, the floppy disks does not have enough space for the release 6.0 disks... boot, fixit, kern1.suggestions? 2) I'm using a IBM Thinkpad 600e 400mHz without much sucess. Will FreeBSD install on this machine?

Re: Best way to print photos

2006-03-31 Thread Donald J. O'Neill
On Friday 31 March 2006 10:37, M. Warner Losh wrote: Bob, Thanks for the tips. I have these ports installed, but am tripping over something stupidly basic: what converts the pict0001.jpg into something that can be fed to the hpijs driver that will print? Warner

DHCPD config

2006-03-31 Thread fbsd_user
I use dhcp client to get the info needed from my ISP at boot time. I also run dhcpd for issuing ip address to my LAN. In the dhcpd.conf file I have option statement for the ISP's dns ip address like this: option domain-name-servers xx.168.xxx.6, xx.168.xxx.7; the xx are just for this post. How

Re: Best way to print photos

2006-03-31 Thread Micah
M. Warner Losh wrote: In message: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Bob Johnson [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: : On 3/31/06, M. Warner Losh [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: : Let us suppose that I have a HP DeskJet 5850 that I can talk to via : CUPS. I can print test pages w/o any problem. : : What are my

Apache Httpd - Access error

2006-03-31 Thread Rodrigo G. Tavares de Souza
Hi, I'm getting a strange error when I try a direct access to a folder in the server. If I simple type the machine address in the browser, it works Ex: http://200.153.0.100 [it works] But, if I type the address with the folder/file name, it doesn't work. The address is translated

Re: terrible performance in 6.1beta4

2006-03-31 Thread Miguel
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Miguel, you are not inserting into an indexed table, are you? yes, i am... is that a problem? it used to be a problem, but since your gentoo box is doing the same task in 4-5 minutes, i doubt it is currently the problem. i seem to recall some

Crash During FreeBSD compilation has left system unbootable

2006-03-31 Thread Paul Wilson
While working on a FreeBSD modification, during compiling it, the system hung completely. It was actually during the 'make install' stage, make had finished by this point. I had just added 'device atapicam' to my config file also (i doubt that's relevant tho?). Upon reboot, none of my back-up

Re: Best way to print photos

2006-03-31 Thread M. Warner Losh
In message: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Donald J. O'Neill [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: : On Friday 31 March 2006 10:37, M. Warner Losh wrote: : Bob, : : Thanks for the tips. I have these ports installed, but am tripping : over something stupidly basic: what converts the pict0001.jpg into :

Re: Apache Httpd - Access error

2006-03-31 Thread Jim Stapleton
Have you tried setting up the part I have below here, which occures right after the server admin email address? The example shows the info for a test machine I have running on my network at home. # ServerName gives the name and port that the server uses to

Re: flp wont load to floppies

2006-03-31 Thread Jon Krause
- Original Message - From: A B Sent: Friday, March 31, 2006 12:02 PM Subject: flp wont load to floppies 1) either by copying to destop, then floppy, or directly from FTP site, the floppy disks does not have enough space for the release 6.0 disks... boot, fixit, kern1.

Sendmail Patch Question

2006-03-31 Thread Sean Murphy
do I download it ASCII or Binary? ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Sendmail Patch Question

2006-03-31 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2006-03-31 10:00, Sean Murphy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: do I download it ASCII or Binary? Patches are, in general, text-only files. ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To

Which xorg driver/setup to use to get all the buttons for a Logitech MX518

2006-03-31 Thread Jim Stapleton
Hello, I had this listed in my question about the appropriate format to ask many questions (which was answered this morning by a general question format post to the group). At any rate, I figured I'd make a fresh-clean question post that was less unpleasnt, and here it is. I've googled the

Re: Best way to print photos

2006-03-31 Thread Donald J. O'Neill
On Friday 31 March 2006 11:56, M. Warner Losh wrote: In message: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Donald J. O'Neill [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: : On Friday 31 March 2006 10:37, M. Warner Losh wrote: : Bob, : : Thanks for the tips. I have these ports installed, but am : tripping over

Re: Sendmail Patch Question

2006-03-31 Thread Sean Murphy
Giorgos Keramidas wrote: On 2006-03-31 10:00, Sean Murphy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: do I download it ASCII or Binary? Patches are, in general, text-only files. ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: DHCPD config

2006-03-31 Thread Kris Anderson
--- fbsd_user [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I use dhcp client to get the info needed from my ISP at boot time. I also run dhcpd for issuing ip address to my LAN. In the dhcpd.conf file I have option statement for the ISP's dns ip address like this: option domain-name-servers xx.168.xxx.6,

bootable FreeBSD on USB-Flash-Drive [SOLUTION]

2006-03-31 Thread Grossmann Martin
a little success story with freebsd and a tiny usb stick: [tried with FreeBSD 6.1-BETA4 install-cd and a kingston 256MB usb-flash-drive] prepare yourself to work on the command-line ;-) - attach the usb-stick to the server - boot the freebsd installation cd-rom - go to the fixit shell - CHECK

Re: Best way to print photos

2006-03-31 Thread M. Warner Losh
In message: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Donald J. O'Neill [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: : On Friday 31 March 2006 11:56, M. Warner Losh wrote: : In message: [EMAIL PROTECTED] : : Donald J. O'Neill [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: : : On Friday 31 March 2006 10:37, M. Warner Losh wrote: : :

Portupgrad Problem

2006-03-31 Thread Cody Holland
Using FreeBSD 5.4-Stable #0. Trying to update my ports using portsnap, pkg_version, and portupgrade. All goes well until I get to portupgrade -arR. All my ports update except for of them. Here is the message I get: # portupgrade -arR cd: can't cd to /usr/ports/archivers/pear-Archive_Tar cd:

Re: getop.h conflict when building audio/akode

2006-03-31 Thread Michael Nottebrock
Olivier Nicole schrieb: Deinstall the libgnugetopt port - it's only needed on FreeBSD releases earl= ier=20 than 5.x and causes buildtime errors on later versions (as you found out). Thanks. After I managed to rebuild audio/akode, it seems that it was not depending on libgnugetopt anymore.

Re: Starting privoxy at startup

2006-03-31 Thread Oliver Iberien
Sorry to drag this out, but I still have not got this to work. I've looked at the permissions of the files involved but nothing untoward shows up. I think. There is just the conf file and the stuff in /var/log, right? How should their permissions look? If I wanted to have two flags for privoxy

Reprocessing sendmail failed messages

2006-03-31 Thread Tim Traver
Hi All, ok, I know this isn't the right list, but I've already tried the sendmail group, and no response, so I'm hoping that there might be some sendmail gurus on this list that can help me... After a temporary DNS outage, several machines that we run have email messages on them that

Re: flp wont load to floppies

2006-03-31 Thread Andy Greenwood
right, if you are trying to copy the image directly to a fat16 (windows format) floppy disk, you might run out of room because the fat16 fs takes up some space on the disk. Also, the disks might be bad and be covered with bad sectors that you can't use. Make sure you are doing it the right way and

kde plugins -- getting konqueror to play .wmv files?

2006-03-31 Thread Oliver Iberien
I have installed mplayer, its codecs, and kmplayer from the ports on FreeBSD 6.0, and am trying to get konqueror to play embedded wmv's. I get an error saying that the plugin for application type x-mplayer2 has not been found. I checked the kmplayer port to see where it put the plugin. It's

Re: Crash During FreeBSD compilation has left system unbootable

2006-03-31 Thread Kris Anderson
--- Paul Wilson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: While working on a FreeBSD modification, during compiling it, the system hung completely. It was actually during the 'make install' stage, make had finished by this point. I had just added 'device atapicam' to my config file also (i doubt that's

Re: DHCPD config

2006-03-31 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Kris Anderson [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I think the answer you are looking for lies in dhclient-script. I noticed it futzes with resolv.conf. If you happen to notice resolv.conf changing (You can test this about by making a backup of resolv.conf, erasing its contents and then rebooting the

Re: Reprocessing sendmail failed messages

2006-03-31 Thread Kris Anderson
--- Tim Traver [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi All, ok, I know this isn't the right list, but I've already tried the sendmail group, and no response, so I'm hoping that there might be some sendmail gurus on this list that can help me... After a temporary DNS outage, several machines

Re: flp wont load to floppies

2006-03-31 Thread Daan Vreeken [PA4DAN]
Hi A B, On Friday 31 March 2006 19:02, A B wrote: 1) either by copying to destop, then floppy, or directly from FTP site, the floppy disks does not have enough space for the release 6.0 disks... boot, fixit, kern1.suggestions? The *.flp files are byte-for-byte images of the

Re: Sendmail Patch Question

2006-03-31 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2006-03-31 10:23, Sean Murphy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Giorgos Keramidas wrote: On 2006-03-31 10:00, Sean Murphy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: do I download it ASCII or Binary? Patches are, in general, text-only files. Ok I installed the patch and did the make and install according to the

Re: Starting privoxy at startup

2006-03-31 Thread Fabian Keil
Oliver Iberien [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Sorry to drag this out, but I still have not got this to work. I've looked at the permissions of the files involved but nothing untoward shows up. I think. There is just the conf file and the stuff in /var/log, right? How should their permissions look?

jvmdiEnterTrace.cpp

2006-03-31 Thread Aguiar Magalhaes
Hi List, I´m compiling JDK 1.5 on freebsd 6.0 (using ports) and I've received a error, because the code jvmEnterTrace.cpp is break... It's in /usr/ports/java/jdk15/work/control/build/bsd-i586/hotspot-i586/tmp/bsd_i486_compiler2/generated/jvmtifiles/jvmdiEnterTrace.cpp Can I download it again ??

Python import not working after update

2006-03-31 Thread Tom Grove
I updated to 6.0-p6 and for some reason I can't run any python scripts that use import? For example: ImportError: Shared object libmysqlclient_r.so.14 not found, required by _mysql.so It seems like the python module for mysql can't find libraries it needs. Any help would be much

Re: Portupgrad Problem

2006-03-31 Thread Peter
--- Cody Holland [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Using FreeBSD 5.4-Stable #0. Trying to update my ports using portsnap, pkg_version, and portupgrade. All goes well until I get to portupgrade -arR. All my ports update except for of them. Here is the message I get: # portupgrade -arR cd:

Re: formating a disk

2006-03-31 Thread Albert Shih
Le 31/03/2006 à 06:34:16+0200, Albert Shih a écrit Le 30/03/2006 20:19:17-0500, Jerry McAllister a écrit I wonder what exactly you mean by 'format'. We don't tend to use that word to mean making slices (fdisk), partitions (disklabel/bsdlabel) or file systems (newfs). Usually

Re: formating a disk

2006-03-31 Thread Jerry McAllister
Le 31/03/2006 à 06:34:16+0200, Albert Shih a écrit Le 30/03/2006 20:19:17-0500, Jerry McAllister a écrit I wonder what exactly you mean by 'format'. We don't tend to use that word to mean making slices (fdisk), partitions (disklabel/bsdlabel) or file systems (newfs).

Re: Reprocessing sendmail failed messages

2006-03-31 Thread Robert Huff
Kris Anderson writes: Found this with google. http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-questions/2004-June/049850.html A Dr Matthew had this answer (read full text to see what's up but here's a snippet) If you end up with a load of messages stuck in /var/spool/clientmqueue,

Can FreeBSD safely use a (un-booted from) drive that is invisible to the BIOS?

2006-03-31 Thread Danny MacMillan
Hi, I have a machine with the following two drives (as listed in dmesg): ad0: 12427MB Maxtor 91303D6 GAS54A12 at ata0-master UDMA33 ad2: 76319MB Maxtor 6L080P0 BAJ41G10 at ata1-master UDMA33 ad0 is the boot drive. It is recognized by the BIOS, obviously, and has been in the machine for some

Re: Sendmail Patch Question

2006-03-31 Thread Sean Murphy
Giorgos Keramidas wrote: On 2006-03-31 10:23, Sean Murphy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Giorgos Keramidas wrote: On 2006-03-31 10:00, Sean Murphy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: do I download it ASCII or Binary? Patches are, in general, text-only files. Ok I installed the patch and did the make and

idesk, rox, and icewm

2006-03-31 Thread Logan McNaughton
Okay, im trying to use icewm with rox and idesk, I start icewm, then start rox pinboard, then idesk, but idesk always starts behind the rox pinboard backdrop and I cant see the idesk. I went into winoptions for icewm, and changed ROX-Pinboard.layer to behind (says to do that in the rox manual),

Re: Best way to print photos

2006-03-31 Thread Bob Johnson
On 3/31/06, M. Warner Losh [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In message: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Bob Johnson [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: : On 3/31/06, M. Warner Losh [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: : Let us suppose that I have a HP DeskJet 5850 that I can talk to via : CUPS. I can print test pages w/o

Re: Thunderbird and Firefox dead after portupgrade

2006-03-31 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
On 3/31/06, Micah [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Wee-Sern Soo wrote: http://www.mozilla.com/firefox/releases/1.5.0.1.html#issues It's a known issue. Need to run as privileged user on all platforms, the first time. Yuan Jue wrote the following on 31/03/2006 4:46 PM: On Friday 31 March

Re: Reprocessing sendmail failed messages

2006-03-31 Thread Tim Traver
Kris, thanks for your attempts, but I'm not sure you understand what I mean... I cannot run a queue manually on these messages because sendmail thinks they are permanent errors. So any queue runs on these messages produce nothing. On this box we don't run a sendmail daemon. We only relay

Re: Best way to print photos

2006-03-31 Thread Donald J. O'Neill
On Friday 31 March 2006 14:16, Bob Johnson wrote: In principle, an application feeds it to CUPS, CUPS feeds it to GhostScript, and GhostScript uses the HPIJS driver to print it. Or something like that. In practice, I use APSFILTER instead of CUPS, and I haven't ever tried to do photo

Re: Compiling Java 1.5

2006-03-31 Thread Jonathan Chen
On Fri, Mar 31, 2006 at 10:35:24AM -0300, Aguiar Magalhaes wrote: Hi list, I?ve received many good suggestions and I'm trying ... Please, see this error... What can I do ?? Thanks, Aguiar - - - - - - - - - - - - - gmake[3]: Leaving directory

Re: Best way to print photos

2006-03-31 Thread Bob Johnson
On 3/31/06, Donald J. O'Neill [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Friday 31 March 2006 14:16, Bob Johnson wrote: [...] The process works for printing JPEGs from web pages on my laser printer (although not with HPIJS), and since the HPIJS driver is supposed to autodetect photo paper in your

RE: Can FreeBSD safely use a (un-booted from) drive that is invisible to the BIOS?

2006-03-31 Thread fbsd_user
You have 2 problems here. bios not seeing the HD and the old FBSD HD geometry WARNING. For the FBSD HD geometry WARNING you can just let FBSD use what ever it thinks it should be. This is not a problem. Your bios problem is most likely a hardware config thing. If the 2 HDs are on the same

Re: IP Filter problems on 4.11-STABLE

2006-03-31 Thread Bernt Hansson
Erik Norgaard wrote: B H wrote: You have nat? Yes, and it's working. are you routing traffic? Yes. from where to where are you trying to connect, From the outside and in. From outside and in means from somewhere on the internet to the external interface on our fw? or to a natted

Re: Best way to print photos

2006-03-31 Thread M. Warner Losh
In message: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Donald J. O'Neill [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: : On Friday 31 March 2006 14:16, Bob Johnson wrote: : : In principle, an application feeds it to CUPS, CUPS feeds it to : GhostScript, and GhostScript uses the HPIJS driver to print it. Or : something like

Re: Can FreeBSD safely use a (un-booted from) drive that is invisible to the BIOS?

2006-03-31 Thread Bob Johnson
On 3/31/06, Danny MacMillan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [,,,] ad0 is the boot drive. It is recognized by the BIOS, obviously, and has been in the machine for some years. ad2 is a new drive I just added to the machine yesterday. It is not visible to the BIOS at all. If anyone can posit a

Re: Best way to print photos

2006-03-31 Thread Bob Johnson
On 3/31/06, M. Warner Losh [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In message: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Donald J. O'Neill [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: : On Friday 31 March 2006 14:16, Bob Johnson wrote: : : The process works for printing JPEGs from web pages on my laser : printer (although not with

RE: DHCPD config

2006-03-31 Thread fbsd_user
Let me see if I understand you correctly. Your saying that dhcp client has no built in way to communicate to dhcpd the dns ip address it receives at boot time or during the normal lease update process? That your suggesting the work around is to customize the dhclient-script code at the point

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