Illegal instruction while portupgrade

2006-05-31 Thread snnn
# portupgrade scim\* [Updating the pkgdb format:dbm_hash in /var/db/pkg ... Illegal instruction I cannot use portupgrade upgrade ports anymore. # portupgrade --version portupgrade 2.0.1 # ruby --version ruby 1.8.4 (2005-12-24) [i386-freebsd6] Who can tell me why? thanks

Re: Illegal instruction while portupgrade

2006-05-31 Thread Mikhail Goriachev
snnn wrote: # portupgrade scim\* [Updating the pkgdb format:dbm_hash in /var/db/pkg ... Illegal instruction I cannot use portupgrade upgrade ports anymore. # portupgrade --version portupgrade 2.0.1 # ruby --version ruby 1.8.4 (2005-12-24) [i386-freebsd6] Who can tell me why? thanks

Re: Illegal instruction while portupgrade

2006-05-31 Thread snnn
Mikhail Goriachev wrote: Try this: pkgdb -F Maybe it'll help. # pkgdb -F --- Checking the package registry database [Updating the pkgdb format:dbm_hash in /var/db/pkg ... Illegal instruction :-( ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing

Adding an extra Apache DSO module after 'make install'

2006-05-31 Thread David Landgren
List, Having built an Apache 2.0.58 from ports and watching it run, I realise that I forgot to include mod_negotiation. Is it possible to return the the ports directory, rebuild the package, this time with the addition module, and simply take the built mod_negotation.so and add it to the

Recommendation for 1000BASE-SX card?

2006-05-31 Thread Heinrich Rebehn
Hi list, can anyone recommend a 1000BASE-SX ethernet adapter for PCI-X slot, that is well supported by FreeBSD-amd64?. I want to use it in a TYAN Thunder K8SD Pro (S2882-D) board. TIA, Heinrich Rebehn University of Bremen Physics / Electrical and Electronics Engineering - Department of

Selecting CPU/architecture for new system?

2006-05-31 Thread Ewald Jenisch
Hi, I'm currently in the process of selecting hardware for a FreeBSD system having the main task of collecting network statistics via MRTG or RRDtool. In addition the machine in question should be used to collect netflow statistics plus providing a web-interface for displaying them. To give you

Re: Sorry for the old emails to this list

2006-05-31 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2006-05-30 19:09, Aaron Holmes [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I just fixed my mail server, and it looks like it was waiting to push those forward :) Heh! That's ok, I guess. It means you really fixed it :-) ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing

Re: Selecting CPU/architecture for new system?

2006-05-31 Thread Nikolas Britton
On 5/31/06, Ewald Jenisch [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I'm currently in the process of selecting hardware for a FreeBSD system having the main task of collecting network statistics via MRTG or RRDtool. In addition the machine in question should be used to collect netflow statistics plus

Re: ndis problem

2006-05-31 Thread Dimiter Ivanov
Also after you have the .ko file, you need to load only that file into the kernel. That's what i did, because if i tried 'kldload ndis', it gave me an error that it's allready loaded. Another thing to check is if freebsd discovers anything on the pccard slot. I just reread Lorin's mail and

getting alerts about system upgrades

2006-05-31 Thread Andrew McNaughton
portaudit gives me alerts when security issues arise in installed ports, and portversion keeps me abreast of less critical updates. It's a whole lot easier than the old situation of tracking the security lists every day. Is there a comparably easy way to track available and critical

Re: How to get MAC address using C program

2006-05-31 Thread Jim Stapleton
Could you exec() ifconfig? On 5/30/06, girish girishlc [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Pls any body tell me how to find out a MAC address in a program, Because I want to generate pseudo random number of IP address of some range for that MAC address and IP range will be the input and it should

Re: pkg_upgrade?

2006-05-31 Thread Joe
Kris Kennaway wrote: On Tue, May 30, 2006 at 08:12:25PM -0400, Joe wrote: The .ko files have a Nov 3 2005 date, whereas the files in /boot including the kernel directory have a May 6 2006 date. I take it that Nov 3 means 6.0-RELEASE since the announcement was done on Nov 4. So, I guess I'm

Re: Selecting CPU/architecture for new system?

2006-05-31 Thread Wojciech Puchar
I'm currently in the process of selecting hardware for a FreeBSD system having the main task of collecting network statistics via MRTG or RRDtool. In addition the machine in question should be used to collect netflow statistics plus providing a web-interface for displaying them. To give you an

Re: getting alerts about system upgrades

2006-05-31 Thread Bill Moran
On Wed, 31 May 2006 23:22:16 +1200 (NZST) Andrew McNaughton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: portaudit gives me alerts when security issues arise in installed ports, and portversion keeps me abreast of less critical updates. It's a whole lot easier than the old situation of tracking the security

Re: Selecting CPU/architecture for new system?

2006-05-31 Thread Wojciech Puchar
Do you need more then 4GB of RAM, if so then your only option is 64-bit. not true. but it's true if you need over 3GB of VM for single process. o) Is FreeBSD 6.1 considered equally stable under the i386 architecture as under any of the 64bit architectures? Sure, and you can still run

FreeBSD notebook

2006-05-31 Thread Wojciech Puchar
i would like to buy notebook to use with FreeBSD. Not new one, something like Pentium 200-PII/500 with 64-128MB RAM will be OK, and there are lots of them available cheaply. Unfortunately most of them have windows-only hardware. Does anyone here using such machine successfully with FreeBSD.

Re: How to get MAC address using C program

2006-05-31 Thread Norberto Meijome
On Wed, 31 May 2006 07:43:44 -0400 Jim Stapleton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Could you exec() ifconfig? at the risk of stating the bleeding obvious, maybe checking the code in ifconfig would show exactly what the original poster asked... you gotta love OpenSource ;)

Mounting to a second hard disk

2006-05-31 Thread Philip Radford
Hi All, I have just installed FreeBSD 5.4 on a server with two hard disks. I have access to all my partitions on the first disk :- /dev/ad0s1a - / /dev/ad0s1e - /tmp /dev/ad0s1f - /usr /dev/ad0s1d - /var How do I go about mounting to the second drive which I assume would start with /dev/ad1*

release 6.1

2006-05-31 Thread mehmet gogebakan
i would like to install 6.1-RELEASE to my computer , configuration is: 128 MB SDRAM LG cdrom 52x 8 MB Grafic card 40 gb hd p3 800 mhz processor azza motherboard could you please tell me whether this configuration is suitable, if not tell me the minimum configuration it should be..

Re: Problem with wireless card drivers

2006-05-31 Thread Stefi
- Original Message - From: Atanas Atanasov [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org Sent: Monday, May 29, 2006 7:08 PM Subject: Re: Problem with wireless card drivers Hi Stefi, I am having trouble getting my wlan card working. My problem is that after I load the

Re: Adding an extra Apache DSO module after 'make install'

2006-05-31 Thread Norberto Meijome
On Wed, 31 May 2006 11:08:33 +0200 David Landgren [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Having built an Apache 2.0.58 from ports and watching it run, I realise that I forgot to include mod_negotiation. Is it possible to return the the ports directory, rebuild the package, it comes installed by

Re: release 6.1

2006-05-31 Thread Norberto Meijome
On Wed, 31 May 2006 15:49:42 +0300 mehmet gogebakan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 128 MB SDRAM LG cdrom 52x 8 MB Grafic card 40 gb hd p3 800 mhz processor azza motherboard she'll be right mate :) ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: Illegal instruction while portupgrade

2006-05-31 Thread Norberto Meijome
On Wed, 31 May 2006 16:57:52 +0800 snnn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: # pkgdb -F --- Checking the package registry database [Updating the pkgdb format:dbm_hash in /var/db/pkg ... Illegal instruction :-( move /var/db/pkg/pkgdb.db out of the way and run pkgdb -F again - it usually helps me

Re: FreeBSD notebook

2006-05-31 Thread bob . middaugh
-- Original message -- From: Wojciech Puchar [EMAIL PROTECTED] i would like to buy notebook to use with FreeBSD. Not new one, something like Pentium 200-PII/500 with 64-128MB RAM will be OK, and there are lots of them available cheaply. Unfortunately most

Re: release 6.1

2006-05-31 Thread Erik Trulsson
On Wed, May 31, 2006 at 03:49:42PM +0300, mehmet gogebakan wrote: i would like to install 6.1-RELEASE to my computer , configuration is: 128 MB SDRAM LG cdrom 52x 8 MB Grafic card 40 gb hd p3 800 mhz processor azza motherboard could you please tell me whether this configuration is

Re: release 6.1

2006-05-31 Thread Jerry McAllister
i would like to install 6.1-RELEASE to my computer , configuration is: 128 MB SDRAM LG cdrom 52x 8 MB Grafic card 40 gb hd p3 800 mhz processor azza motherboard could you please tell me whether this configuration is suitable, if not tell me the minimum configuration it should

Re: Recommendation for 1000BASE-SX card?

2006-05-31 Thread YTResearch
We are running the S4882-D and it has the Broadcom GB dual adapter built in (recognized as Broadcom BCM5704C Dual Gigabit Ethernet, ASIC rev. 0x2003). It seems to work without problems and we've run both to two different networks (right now running only one). We are connecting at 100baseT

Re: intel pro wireless 2200bg support

2006-05-31 Thread Josh Stephenson
Unfortunately...I get the same error when using weptxkey 1: iwi0: fatal error iwi0: device configuration failed any other ideas? Vulpes Velox wrote: On Tue, 30 May 2006 17:27:38 + Josh Stephenson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm trying to get my toshiba laptop's wireless connection

Re: FreeBSD notebook

2006-05-31 Thread bob . middaugh
-- Original message -- From: Wojciech Puchar [EMAIL PROTECTED] i would like to buy notebook to use with FreeBSD. Not new one, something like Pentium 200-PII/500 with 64-128MB RAM will be OK, and there are lots of them available cheaply. Unfortunately most

RE: troubleshooting network settings

2006-05-31 Thread Steve Bertrand
There we have it. Apache is unable to resolve bsd-box. This hostname should be resolvable, otherwise Apache will not work. Adding it to /etc/hosts is the easiest way: 192.168.1.104 bsd-box bsd-box.yourdomain.com This line was already in /etc/hosts; 127.0.0.1

Re: [Image-SIG] libjpeg and pil on intel mac os x

2006-05-31 Thread Josh Stephenson
It says: import _imaging # dynamically loaded from /usr/local/lib/python2.4/site-packages/PIL/_imaging.so what now? I know I'm not python savvy, so thx for helping How do I interpret this.Fredrik Lundh wrote: Josh Stephenson wrote: I'm running an intel mac 10.4 with python 2.4.2 and

Re: Mounting to a second hard disk

2006-05-31 Thread Kevin Kinsey
Philip Radford wrote: Hi All, I have just installed FreeBSD 5.4 on a server with two hard disks. Cool ... :) I have access to all my partitions on the first disk :- /dev/ad0s1a - / /dev/ad0s1e - /tmp /dev/ad0s1f - /usr /dev/ad0s1d - /var How do I go about mounting to the second drive

Re: Illegal instruction while portupgrade

2006-05-31 Thread Björn König
snnn wrote: # portupgrade scim\* [Updating the pkgdb format:dbm_hash in /var/db/pkg ... Illegal instruction I don't know exactly who says Illegal instruction in your case, but I would take it as a hint that you try to execute code that doesn't work with your CPU. Did you compiled ruby

Re: corruption problem

2006-05-31 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Andy Rozman (Aleksander) [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi ! I have FreeBSD 6.1 installed with big disk (300 Gb). FreeBSD is working fine, but I noticed that some files become corrupt. I have about 80 Gb partioned for FreeBSD and other space is divided into 3 dos (fat32) partitions. I have

Re: why dns timeout error is occuring

2006-05-31 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Imran Imtiaz [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I am having a local dns server that resolves the ips for my lan but when it try to resolve an ip it give me dns timeout error and also resolves the IP what can the the problem, below is the output of nslookup command on windows. C:\Documents and

Re: libgnome-keyring.so.0 not found

2006-05-31 Thread Mark Evenson
Jim Angstadt wrote: Hi All, Fortunately, after another multi-day portmanager -u -l -y run, I am able to get into X. Unfortunately, I cannot run gedit, gnome-terminal or nautilus. X provided 3 error messages which I have manually copied: /libexec/ld-elf.so.1: Shared object

Re: Mounting to a second hard disk

2006-05-31 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2006-05-31 08:37, Kevin Kinsey [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Philip Radford wrote: Hi All, I have just installed FreeBSD 5.4 on a server with two hard disks. Cool ... :) Nice :) I have access to all my partitions on the first disk :- /dev/ad0s1a - / /dev/ad0s1e - /tmp /dev/ad0s1f - /usr

Re: kern.ipc.somaxconn should be high for a PF firewall with a lot of states

2006-05-31 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Iantcho Vassilev [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: kern.ipc.somaxconn is for handling more incoming connections,right? Well, kind of. It's a systemwide limit on the maximum number of connections that a given socket can accept. but

Re: I have some questions about natd and firewall....^_^|||

2006-05-31 Thread Lowell Gilbert
董佑龍 [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hello: My English is not good. I am sorry about this first. ~_~ You made yourself clear. Better than good enough. My system: FreeBSD + IPFW + NAT Question 1: about NAT (in FreeBSD) I built a natd.conf and it's contents are

Re: pkg_upgrade?

2006-05-31 Thread Joe
Kris Kennaway wrote: On Tue, May 30, 2006 at 08:12:25PM -0400, Joe wrote: The .ko files have a Nov 3 2005 date, whereas the files in /boot including the kernel directory have a May 6 2006 date. I take it that Nov 3 means 6.0-RELEASE since the announcement was done on Nov 4. So, I guess I'm

Re: pkg_upgrade?

2006-05-31 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Wed, May 31, 2006 at 07:51:38AM -0400, Joe wrote: Kris Kennaway wrote: On Tue, May 30, 2006 at 08:12:25PM -0400, Joe wrote: The .ko files have a Nov 3 2005 date, whereas the files in /boot including the kernel directory have a May 6 2006 date. I take it that Nov 3 means 6.0-RELEASE

Re: FreeBSD notebook

2006-05-31 Thread Nikolas Britton
On 5/31/06, Wojciech Puchar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: i would like to buy notebook to use with FreeBSD. Not new one, something like Pentium 200-PII/500 with 64-128MB RAM will be OK, and there are lots of them available cheaply. Unfortunately most of them have windows-only hardware. Does anyone

More mergemaster errors

2006-05-31 Thread doug
I did a fresh install from a 6.1 ISO and then used cvsup to get the the latest stable, approximately 17:00 EDT May 30,2006. I did a mergemaster -p at the appropriate spot to add the audit group. I think buildword complained about the missing group. Then I did: mergemaster -ai -m . Processing

HELP! booting usb-flashdisk fails

2006-05-31 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]@mgedv.net
whenever i boot from my self-created bootable usb-stick, it fails with the following error from boot2: - Invalid label Invalid label No /boot/loader FreeBSD/i386 boot Default: 0:fd(0,a)/boot/kernel/kernel Invalid Label No /boot/kernel/kernel

Re: More mergemaster errors

2006-05-31 Thread Nikolas Britton
On 5/31/06, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I did a fresh install from a 6.1 ISO and then used cvsup to get the the latest stable, approximately 17:00 EDT May 30,2006. I did a mergemaster -p at the appropriate spot to add the audit group. I think The audit group is in 6.1 so why

Re: release 6.1

2006-05-31 Thread jdow
From: Erik Trulsson [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Wed, May 31, 2006 at 03:49:42PM +0300, mehmet gogebakan wrote: i would like to install 6.1-RELEASE to my computer , configuration is: 128 MB SDRAM LG cdrom 52x 8 MB Grafic card 40 gb hd p3 800 mhz processor azza motherboard could you please tell

Re: Mounting to a second hard disk

2006-05-31 Thread Nikolas Britton
On 5/31/06, Giorgos Keramidas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 2006-05-31 08:37, Kevin Kinsey [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Philip Radford wrote: Hi All, I have just installed FreeBSD 5.4 on a server with two hard disks. Cool ... :) Nice :) No Comment. I have access to all my partitions on the

courier-imap pop3 help!

2006-05-31 Thread Efren Bravo
Hi, I want to authenticate the client's user/pass against the file /etc/passwd, for that reason I put authmodulelist=authpwd inside the file /usr/local/etc/authlib/authdaemonrc but I get only this error: May 31 13:33:33 gw authdaemond: modules=authpwd, daemons=5 May 31 13:33:33 gw authdaemond:

Re: Recommendation for 1000BASE-SX card?

2006-05-31 Thread Danial Thom
The intel cards that use the EM driver are the best performing cards in FreeBSD that we've tested. We've test cards made by the same company that use the broadcom controllers and the intel cards are substantially better (ie use less CPU passing the same amount of traffic). Be careful using

Re: Mounting to a second hard disk

2006-05-31 Thread Jerry McAllister
On 5/31/06, Giorgos Keramidas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 2006-05-31 08:37, Kevin Kinsey [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Philip Radford wrote: Hi All, I have just installed FreeBSD 5.4 on a server with two hard disks. Cool ... :) Nice :) No Comment. I have access to all my

Using Flash on FreeBSD [Fwd: Macromedia Customer Service Request [8564611]]

2006-05-31 Thread Don Hinton
Hi: When trying to upgrade Flash, I ran into the following in the UPDATING file: 20060408: AFFECTS: users of www/linux-flashplugin* AUTHOR: [EMAIL PROTECTED] These ports have been removed because the End User License Agreement explicitly forbids to run the Flash Player on FreeBSD. For

Re: getting alerts about system upgrades

2006-05-31 Thread Andy Reitz
On Wed, 31 May 2006, Bill Moran wrote: On Wed, 31 May 2006 23:22:16 +1200 (NZST) Andrew McNaughton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: portaudit gives me alerts when security issues arise in installed ports, and portversion keeps me abreast of less critical updates. It's a whole lot easier than

Re: Mounting to a second hard disk

2006-05-31 Thread Kevin Kinsey
Nikolas Britton wrote: On 5/31/06, Giorgos Keramidas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 2006-05-31 08:37, Kevin Kinsey [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Philip Radford wrote: Hi All, I have just installed FreeBSD 5.4 on a server with two hard disks. Cool ... :) Nice :) No Comment. I have access to

using bsdlabel

2006-05-31 Thread Robert Huff
I've never used bsdlabel before; would someone please confirm I've got this right? Status quo: huff@ bsdlabel da0s1 # /dev/da0s1: 8 partitions: #size offsetfstype [fsize bsize bps/cpg] a: 102400004.2BSD0 0 0 b: 2097152 1024000

Re: More mergemaster errors

2006-05-31 Thread doug
mergemaster -ai -m. fails mergemaster -ai works I did something wrong in using -m. which should be redundant since the pwd was /usr/src. Now that I think about it - that was the change because in mergemaster we have : SOURCEDIR=${SOURCEDIR:-/usr/src/etc} : I suspect

Re: using bsdlabel

2006-05-31 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2006-05-31 15:30, Robert Huff [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've never used bsdlabel before; would someone please confirm I've got this right? Status quo: huff@ bsdlabel da0s1 # /dev/da0s1: 8 partitions: #size offsetfstype [fsize bsize bps/cpg] a: 1024000

RE: courier-imap pop3 help!

2006-05-31 Thread Efren Bravo
Hi, I almost get it. The new problem is I configured the procmail to use maildir in the path /usr/zdir/$LOGNAME/{cur/new/tmp}. /usr/local/etc/courier-imap/pop3d: if MAILDIRPATH=/usr/zdir/ I get this error: May 31 15:27:12 gw pop3d: scancur opendir(cur): No such file or directory if

Net dies after many torrent packets, BUG?!

2006-05-31 Thread nocturnal
Hi Not sure if this is already posted or already reported as a bug because i honestly don't have time for those things. I have reproduced this problem a few times but it has some special requirements. For example i download a torrent from a very fast peer in the rtorrent client. I have

Re: kern.ipc.somaxconn should be high for a PF firewall with a lot of states

2006-05-31 Thread Iantcho Vassilev
On 5/31/06, Lowell Gilbert [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Iantcho Vassilev [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: kern.ipc.somaxconn is for handling more incoming connections,right? Well, kind of. It's a systemwide limit on the maximum number of connections that a given socket can accept.

Re: ndis problem

2006-05-31 Thread Atanas Atanasov
Well, even when I load bcmwl5_sys only it loads all three modules, due to references I guess. However no new record appears in ifconfig, no matter in what order or how I load them. I is getting really confusing, because there are people who made it and they even say it works well. Atanas

Re: using bsdlabel

2006-05-31 Thread Jerry McAllister
I've never used bsdlabel before; would someone please confirm I've got this right? Status quo: huff@ bsdlabel da0s1 # /dev/da0s1: 8 partitions: #size offsetfstype [fsize bsize bps/cpg] a: 102400004.2BSD0 0 0 b: 2097152

Re: Problem with wireless card drivers

2006-05-31 Thread Atanas Atanasov
I am quite new to FreeBSD. Could you please explain what do you mean by recompiled kernel to be sure that the wireless support is included. Do you mean to create a kernel config with ndis and if_ndis statically linked into it? I haven't done this one so far. Atanas

Re: release 6.1

2006-05-31 Thread Mike Jeays
On Wed, 2006-05-31 at 10:43 -0700, jdow wrote: From: Erik Trulsson [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Wed, May 31, 2006 at 03:49:42PM +0300, mehmet gogebakan wrote: i would like to install 6.1-RELEASE to my computer , configuration is: 128 MB SDRAM LG cdrom 52x 8 MB Grafic card 40 gb hd p3

Re: pkg_upgrade?

2006-05-31 Thread Joe
Kris Kennaway wrote: Anyway, retry the binary upgrade as you say. The binary upgrade started from the 6.0-RELEASE CD-ROM didn't work, but using 6.1-RELEASE floppies was successful. I peaked at the debug screen and saw how it gets done: The GENERIC .ko's get put into a separate directory,

Re: using bsdlabel

2006-05-31 Thread Robert Huff
Jerry McAllister writes: The only thing you aren't doing in either of these cases is making that da0s1a bootable. If you want that, you need to do: That's because it already is, and I do _not_ want to change that. It's a 4.5 G disk. When I installed the system, I spent

Firefox, TrueType, Windows Fonts

2006-05-31 Thread Angelin Lalev
I'm not certain to even ask the right question here, but here I go. Apparently, there are certain web pages that require specifically Arial and look like sh*th on Firefox. Since there is no Arial on FreeBSD and since I'm aware of the copyright and patent issues which prevent copying and

Re: Using Flash on FreeBSD [Fwd: Macromedia Customer Service Request [8564611]]

2006-05-31 Thread Angelin Lalev
On Wed, 31 May 2006 13:35:53 -0500 Don Hinton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi: When trying to upgrade Flash, I ran into the following in the UPDATING file: 20060408: AFFECTS: users of www/linux-flashplugin* AUTHOR: [EMAIL PROTECTED] These ports have been removed because the End

Re: Firefox, TrueType, Windows Fonts

2006-05-31 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Jun 01), Angelin Lalev said: I'm not certain to even ask the right question here, but here I go. Apparently, there are certain web pages that require specifically Arial and look like sh*th on Firefox. Since there is no Arial on FreeBSD and since I'm aware of the

Re: Using Flash on FreeBSD [Fwd: Macromedia Customer Service Request [8564611]]

2006-05-31 Thread Bill Moran
On Wed, 31 May 2006 13:35:53 -0500 Don Hinton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi: When trying to upgrade Flash, I ran into the following in the UPDATING file: 20060408: AFFECTS: users of www/linux-flashplugin* AUTHOR: [EMAIL PROTECTED] These ports have been removed because the End User

Re: using bsdlabel

2006-05-31 Thread Jerry McAllister
Jerry McAllister writes: The only thing you aren't doing in either of these cases is making that da0s1a bootable. If you want that, you need to do: That's because it already is, and I do _not_ want to change that. It's a 4.5 G disk. When I installed the system, I

Re: Using Flash on FreeBSD [Fwd: Macromedia Customer Service Request [8564611]]

2006-05-31 Thread Don Hinton
Hi Bill: Therefore, would it be possible to add it back to the ports? Update your ports tree. I did, but I was going by what was in /usr/ports/UPDATING. Sorry for the noise... thanks... don -- Don Hinton don.hinton at vanderbilt.edu tel: 615.480.5667 ISIS, Vanderbilt University

Re: Using Flash on FreeBSD [Fwd: Macromedia Customer Service Request [8564611]]

2006-05-31 Thread Henry Lenzi
It's back? ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Problems with sshd on FreeBSD 4.11-RELEASE

2006-05-31 Thread Andrew Reitz
Hello, For reasons that I don't want to go into here, I have recently downgraded my principal FreeBSD server from 6.1 to 4.11-RELEASE. I did this by installing a fresh copy of FreeBSD 4.11 on a clean HD, and then I rsync'd all of my data over. Everything has been working fine, until I

Re: Problems with sshd on FreeBSD 4.11-RELEASE

2006-05-31 Thread Andrew Reitz
On May 31, 2006, at 3:26 PM, Andrew Reitz wrote: Hello, For reasons that I don't want to go into here, I have recently downgraded my principal FreeBSD server from 6.1 to 4.11-RELEASE. I did this by installing a fresh copy of FreeBSD 4.11 on a clean HD, and then I rsync'd all of my data

Re: sudoedit, restricting to particular folder

2006-05-31 Thread N.J. Thomas
* Kirk Strauser [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2006-05-30 16:30:45 -0500]: luser ALL = (root) sudoedit /home/luser/foo/* Why not give them root while you're at it: luser$ cd ~/foo; ln -s /etc/master.passwd; sudoedit ~/foo/master.passwd Yikes, he's right. Don't put that in your sudoers file. I found

Re: Does Marvell 88E8053 PCIe Gigabit LAN controller work with 6.0?

2006-05-31 Thread aaronvan
Roger, Marvell had the driver on their website. I downloaded the tarball at work and burned it to a CD. I'll try installing it tonight. They also have drivers for 5.* available. -- AV yes it does the driver is myk ... you need to download it yourself. On Mon, 2006-05-29 at 18:26 -0700,

Re: Problems with sshd on FreeBSD 4.11-RELEASE

2006-05-31 Thread Derek Ragona
You may have an old key on the system you are ssh'ing to the downgraded server. Clear your ssh keys and try it again. -Derek At 05:26 PM 5/31/2006, Andrew Reitz wrote: Hello, For reasons that I don't want to go into here, I have recently downgraded my principal FreeBSD server from

Re: getting alerts about system upgrades

2006-05-31 Thread Andrew McNaughton
On Wed, 31 May 2006, Bill Moran wrote: On Wed, 31 May 2006 23:22:16 +1200 (NZST) Andrew McNaughton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: portaudit gives me alerts when security issues arise in installed ports, and portversion keeps me abreast of less critical updates. It's a whole lot easier than the old

RE: Problems with sshd on FreeBSD 4.11-RELEASE

2006-05-31 Thread Tamouh H.
Curiously, I just restarted sshd, and now things are working again. Has anybody ever seen this before? -Andy. We had problems as well with FreeBSD 4.11 and sshd service hanging or breaking because of an OPENSSL lib which are required to run OpenSSH. Since then we moved out of 4.11 to 5.x

RE: getting alerts about system upgrades

2006-05-31 Thread Murray Taylor
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Andrew McNaughton Sent: Thursday, 1 June 2006 10:54 AM To: Bill Moran Cc: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org Subject: Re: getting alerts about system upgrades On Wed, 31 May 2006, Bill Moran wrote:

RE: getting alerts about system upgrades

2006-05-31 Thread Andrew McNaughton
On Thu, 1 Jun 2006, Murray Taylor wrote: -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Andrew McNaughton On Wed, 31 May 2006, Bill Moran wrote: On Wed, 31 May 2006 23:22:16 +1200 (NZST) Andrew McNaughton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: portaudit gives

help

2006-05-31 Thread Levi Campbell
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Re: Problem with wireless card drivers

2006-05-31 Thread doug
In 6.1 you do not need to recompile the kernel. You can load the drivers. kldstat will tell you what you have loaded. check 'man if_ndis' and/or the handbook for configuration setting, chipsets, etc. you can just do: cd /boot/kernel kldload wlan.ko kldload if_ndis.ko You may need the

Re: pkg_upgrade?

2006-05-31 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Wed, May 31, 2006 at 05:05:28PM -0400, Joe wrote: Kris Kennaway wrote: Anyway, retry the binary upgrade as you say. The binary upgrade started from the 6.0-RELEASE CD-ROM didn't work Wait, you were trying to update to 6.1-RELEASE using the 6.0-RELEASE CD-ROM? :) Kris pgpiCq50hC5hV.pgp

Replacing Sendmail with Postfix?

2006-05-31 Thread Nikolas Britton
Hey did anyone see the article on /. about Sendmail being removed from NetBSD, and being replaced with Postfix? What advice can you offer about doing this on FreeBSD? What's involved, How do you do it, are there any gotta's (cron scripts?), etc? Is it just as simple as installing the Postfix

Re: help

2006-05-31 Thread Kevin Kinsey
Levi Campbell wrote: 911? Seriously? Type something, then push send. You might get a better result. Nothing personal at all; but, your message was blank, except for the subject line. Kevin Kinsey -- A drama critic is a person who surprises a playwright by informing him what he meant.

system recovery

2006-05-31 Thread Jonathan Horne
ok, i trashed my system (being dumb!), and now im preparing to try to get it back, and my goal is to try to skip the 38 hour kde compile from ports (yes, i like ports, not packages). before i burned it all down, i did make a tarball of /. i did try to untar it with -C /, but it got about 5

Re: pkg_upgrade?

2006-05-31 Thread Joe
Kris Kennaway wrote: On Wed, May 31, 2006 at 05:05:28PM -0400, Joe wrote: Kris Kennaway wrote: Anyway, retry the binary upgrade as you say. The binary upgrade started from the 6.0-RELEASE CD-ROM didn't work Wait, you were trying to update to 6.1-RELEASE using the 6.0-RELEASE CD-ROM? :)

Re: Using Flash on FreeBSD [Fwd: Macromedia Customer Service Request [8564611]]

2006-05-31 Thread Kirk Strauser
On Wednesday 31 May 2006 13:35, Don Hinton wrote: It is not that the web player is prohibited in FreeBSD, but the operating system itself is not compatible with Player. [...] although it is clearly stated on the End User License Agreement, the only authorized operating systems where you

Re: Replacing Sendmail with Postfix?

2006-05-31 Thread Kirk Strauser
On Wednesday 31 May 2006 20:58, Nikolas Britton wrote: Is it just as simple as installing the Postfix port? Yes, and following the directions that from pkg-message in the port. You'll still call a binary called sendmail from scripts, but the call will be directed to Postfix via mailer.conf.

Re: system recovery

2006-05-31 Thread Olivier Nicole
or, can someone recommend how i might use that tarball of my entire system to quickly get a new system up and running (all this with the assumtion that i have not changed any hardware configurations). if someone has time to answer quickly, i would sure appreciate it. I think that the

Re: pkg_upgrade?

2006-05-31 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Wed, May 31, 2006 at 10:23:46PM -0400, Joe wrote: Kris Kennaway wrote: On Wed, May 31, 2006 at 05:05:28PM -0400, Joe wrote: Kris Kennaway wrote: Anyway, retry the binary upgrade as you say. The binary upgrade started from the 6.0-RELEASE CD-ROM didn't work Wait, you were trying to

Re: Illegal instruction while portupgrade

2006-05-31 Thread snnn
Björn König wrote: I don't know exactly who says Illegal instruction in your case, but I would take it as a hint that you try to execute code that doesn't work with your CPU. Did you compiled ruby yourself and used special CFLAGS? What kind of CPU do you use? yes,I've installed every

Re: Illegal instruction while portupgrade

2006-05-31 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Thu, Jun 01, 2006 at 10:45:40AM +0800, snnn wrote: Bj?rn K?nig wrote: I don't know exactly who says Illegal instruction in your case, but I would take it as a hint that you try to execute code that doesn't work with your CPU. Did you compiled ruby yourself and used special CFLAGS? What

Re: Replacing Sendmail with Postfix?

2006-05-31 Thread Paul Schmehl
--On May 31, 2006 8:58:08 PM -0500 Nikolas Britton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey did anyone see the article on /. about Sendmail being removed from NetBSD, and being replaced with Postfix? What advice can you offer about doing this on FreeBSD? What's involved, How do you do it, are there any

Re: troubleshooting network settings

2006-05-31 Thread Malcolm Fitzgerald
On 31/05/2006, at 11:30 PM, Steve Bertrand wrote: Take a look at the 'ServerName' directive in your httpd.conf file. Try uncommenting said directive, and put your IP address beside it. This line is already in place ServerName 127.0.0.1:80 malcolm