Once CPU idle at all times

2006-08-10 Thread Duane Hill
I know this was asked once before. I can't recall if it had received a response or not. If so, tell me to go digging. Otherwise, I have a server that is a dual Zeon 2.8 and I have the hyperthreading enabled within the bios. When I use top, it shows one of the CPU's as apparently not being

top: what processes use the CPU?

2006-08-10 Thread Roberto Nunnari
Hello everybody. Just a short question: Why top doesn't any more show what processes use the CPU? I mean.. 0.0% idle and the sum of the processes CPU doesn't reach 1.0%.. as an example, while make buildkernel top shows: 104 processes: 2 running, 97 sleeping, 5 zombie CPU states: 88.3% user,

Re: FreeBSD as a VPN Server/Router

2006-08-10 Thread Stefan Bethke
Am 10.08.2006 um 01:09 schrieb Christopher Martin: Also, the load IPSec (or any encryption method for that matter) places on the encapsulating router is non-trivial, so be aware that if your hardware is a bit old you may get disappointing performance. I would suggest making the hardware at

Re: top: what processes use the CPU?

2006-08-10 Thread Stefan Bethke
Am 10.08.2006 um 08:38 schrieb Roberto Nunnari: Hello everybody. Just a short question: Why top doesn't any more show what processes use the CPU? I mean.. 0.0% idle and the sum of the processes CPU doesn't reach 1.0%.. as an example, while make buildkernel top shows: Because the cc

Performance issue amd64

2006-08-10 Thread O. Hartmann
Hello out there. I ran into some weirdness by changing harddrives in FreeBSD 6.1-STABLE/AMD64 and I do not know exactly whether the problem ist up to the drives, ar0 (RAID 0) or FreeBSD 6.1-STABLE itselfs. My home's computer system is a FreeBSD 6.1-STABLE/AMD64 box, clean 64 Bit without 32

Re: vmware library problem

2006-08-10 Thread Robin Becker
Robin Becker wrote: I have built and installed vmware3 from a recent(3/Aug) cvsup'd ports # vmware Setting TMPDIR=/var/tmp. vmware-mks: error while loading shared libraries: libX11.so.6: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory vmware-ui: error while loading shared

Re: vmware library problem

2006-08-10 Thread dick hoogendijk
On Thu, 10 Aug 2006 07:59:53 + Robin Becker [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I fixed this by adding LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/X11R6/lib to the environment, but since I actually have a choice of /usr/compat/linux/usr/X11R6/lib /usr/X11R6/lib which should I actually use? For some reason even

Re: ext usb2 drive and fbsd6

2006-08-10 Thread dick hoogendijk
On Wed, 09 Aug 2006 11:20:08 -0700 Micah [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: dick hoogendijk wrote: Maybe I should not ask this here but I take my chances. I love fbsd but it /is/ pickier on some hardware than windows and I don't want to use that software, so.. I'm planning an external hardrive.

Re: vmware library problem

2006-08-10 Thread Robin Becker
dick hoogendijk wrote: On Thu, 10 Aug 2006 07:59:53 + Robin Becker [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I fixed this by adding LD_LIBRARY_PATH=/usr/X11R6/lib to the environment, but since I actually have a choice of /usr/compat/linux/usr/X11R6/lib /usr/X11R6/lib which should I actually use? For

Re: top: what processes use the CPU?

2006-08-10 Thread Roberto Nunnari
Stefan Bethke wrote: Am 10.08.2006 um 08:38 schrieb Roberto Nunnari: Hello everybody. Just a short question: Why top doesn't any more show what processes use the CPU? I mean.. 0.0% idle and the sum of the processes CPU doesn't reach 1.0%.. as an example, while make buildkernel top shows:

Re: top: what processes use the CPU?

2006-08-10 Thread Stefan Bethke
Am 10.08.2006 um 11:09 schrieb Roberto Nunnari: Stefan Bethke wrote: Am 10.08.2006 um 08:38 schrieb Roberto Nunnari: Hello everybody. Just a short question: Why top doesn't any more show what processes use the CPU? I mean.. 0.0% idle and the sum of the processes CPU doesn't reach 1.0%.. as

Re: Large File System?

2006-08-10 Thread Martin Hepworth
Hmm I wonder what the advantages of this over softupdates are. Never really saw the need for the google summer of code project etc for this when we have softupdates But I guess I must be missing something -- martin On 8/9/06, Matthew Seaman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Nikolas Britton

Re: top: what processes use the CPU?

2006-08-10 Thread Roberto Nunnari
Stefan Bethke wrote: Am 10.08.2006 um 11:09 schrieb Roberto Nunnari: Stefan Bethke wrote: Am 10.08.2006 um 08:38 schrieb Roberto Nunnari: Hello everybody. Just a short question: Why top doesn't any more show what processes use the CPU? I mean.. 0.0% idle and the sum of the processes CPU

Re: BSDstats Project v2.0 ...

2006-08-10 Thread Nikolas Britton
On 8/9/06, Nikolas Britton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 8/9/06, Marc G. Fournier [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wed, 9 Aug 2006, Paul Schmehl wrote: Marc G. Fournier wrote: On Wed, 9 Aug 2006, Igor Robul wrote: On Tue, Aug 08, 2006 at 09:30:42PM -0300, Marc G. Fournier wrote: Could

Re: Port Not Available

2006-08-10 Thread Matthew Seaman
Gerard Seibert wrote: Matthew Seaman wrote: Ummm... given that there's no 'rm' capability in this printcap I guess you must be using Samba to communicate with the remote windows printer. If so, then that printcap looks fine. Well, setting lp=/dev/null seems to cause some complaints, but

Re: BSDstats Project v2.0 ...

2006-08-10 Thread Nikolas Britton
On 8/10/06, Nikolas Britton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 8/9/06, Nikolas Britton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 8/9/06, Marc G. Fournier [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wed, 9 Aug 2006, Paul Schmehl wrote: Marc G. Fournier wrote: On Wed, 9 Aug 2006, Igor Robul wrote: On Tue, Aug 08,

Re: Large File System?

2006-08-10 Thread Nikolas Britton
The advantage is never having to run fsck again... on large filesystems this takes a long long long time. 16 hours would not be unheard of. On 8/10/06, Martin Hepworth [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hmm I wonder what the advantages of this over softupdates are. Never really saw the need for the

Re: Top not showing cpu usage even remotely accurately

2006-08-10 Thread Chuck Swiger
Ian Smith wrote: But since running 5.x (5.5-STABLE since 1st Aug) top can show 0.0% idle but the cpu usages shown don't add up to much of a fraction of 100%. [ ... ] Any ideas why top hasn't much of a clue about what's consuming cpu? Sure, if you're running a parallel make, that will be

Re: top: what processes use the CPU?

2006-08-10 Thread Chuck Swiger
Roberto Nunnari wrote: Stefan Bethke wrote: [ ... ] Because the cc processes are too short lived to consistently show up when top is scanning the process table? Ok.. but as idle CPU shows 0.0%, there should be a way of getting the processes that finished already living but caused that 0.0%

Re: vmware library problem

2006-08-10 Thread Chuck Swiger
Robin Becker wrote: [ ... ] Sure they're not the same. They belong to a different OS! The first are linux libraries, the second thos of FreeBSD. hmmm, I thought they both come from Xorg, it's obvious that different systems might apply different patches, but in practice shouldn't there be just

Re: top: what processes use the CPU?

2006-08-10 Thread Roberto Nunnari
Chuck Swiger wrote: Roberto Nunnari wrote: Stefan Bethke wrote: [ ... ] Because the cc processes are too short lived to consistently show up when top is scanning the process table? Ok.. but as idle CPU shows 0.0%, there should be a way of getting the processes that finished already living

Reinstalling Sendmail?

2006-08-10 Thread Andreas Widerøe Andersen
I have some problems with Sendmail (ref an older thread I posted): pid 72284 (sendmail), uid 0: exited on signal 11 pid 72505 (sendmail), uid 0: exited on signal 11 pid 72672 (sendmail), uid 0: exited on signal 11 This happens every 30 minutes. It started after I upgraded from 4.7 to 4.11p19.

Problem with portsnap phttpget: Connection failure

2006-08-10 Thread Spil Oss
Since today, I'm having problems with portsnap. # portsnap fetch Looking up portsnap.FreeBSD.org mirrors... using portsnap1.FreeBSD.org Fetching snapshot tag... done. Fetching snapshot metadata... done. Updating from Wed Aug 9 15:09:42 CEST 2006 to Thu Aug 10 12:15:48 CEST 2006. Fetching 4

Re: Reinstalling Sendmail?

2006-08-10 Thread Frank Staals
Andreas Widerøe Andersen wrote: I have some problems with Sendmail (ref an older thread I posted): pid 72284 (sendmail), uid 0: exited on signal 11 pid 72505 (sendmail), uid 0: exited on signal 11 pid 72672 (sendmail), uid 0: exited on signal 11 This happens every 30 minutes. It started after

Accessing FreeBSD partition from Windows with dual boot

2006-08-10 Thread Martin Miedema
I'm looking for a way to access (read only is fine) a FreeBSD partition on my Windows installation on a dual boot notebook (so Samba won't do the trick) I read a couple of things after some googling about CrossFS which basically should be a UFS driver for windows. Unfortunately all these

caddr_t or void *

2006-08-10 Thread Only OpenSource
Hello caddr_t which is a typedef for char* seems to be used quite often in the kernel code. Would void* be preferable to caddr_t ? Thanks for any insight on this. -- oo@@oo ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: Problem with portsnap phttpget: Connection failure

2006-08-10 Thread Spil Oss
Obviously a temporary problem, now works as expected. On 10/08/06, Spil Oss [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Since today, I'm having problems with portsnap. # portsnap fetch Looking up portsnap.FreeBSD.org mirrors... using portsnap1.FreeBSD.org Fetching snapshot tag... done. Fetching snapshot

Almost ready with diskless setup

2006-08-10 Thread Nagy László
I used this article: http://www.onlamp.com/pub/a/bsd/2004/09/30/diskless_clients.html to create a diskless configuration. Here is my /etc/rc script for the clients: #!/bin/sh PATH=/sbin:/bin:/usr/sbin:/usr/bin:/usr/X11R6/bin; export PATH boot_ip=`kenv boot.netif.ip` mount -t nfs

Re: Accessing FreeBSD partition from Windows with dual boot

2006-08-10 Thread Svein Halvor Halvorsen
Martin Miedema wrote: I'm looking for a way to access (read only is fine) a FreeBSD partition on my Windows installation on a dual boot notebook (so Samba won't do the trick) Maybe this will do: http://ffsdrv.sourceforge.net/ I haven't tried it myself, though, so I can't really recommend that

Computer Blue Book for Dealers

2006-08-10 Thread PowerSource Online
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Re: caddr_t or void *

2006-08-10 Thread Chuck Swiger
Only OpenSource wrote: caddr_t which is a typedef for char* seems to be used quite often in the kernel code. Would void* be preferable to caddr_t ? No. Having to cast (void *)'s to the actual data type every time you dereference them would be highly annoying. -- -Chuck

Re: caddr_t or void *

2006-08-10 Thread RW
On Thursday 10 August 2006 14:56, Chuck Swiger wrote: Only OpenSource wrote: caddr_t which is a typedef for char* seems to be used quite often in the kernel code. Would void* be preferable to caddr_t ? No. Having to cast (void *)'s to the actual data type every time you dereference them

Re: caddr_t or void *

2006-08-10 Thread RW
On Thursday 10 August 2006 15:16, RW wrote: On Thursday 10 August 2006 14:56, Chuck Swiger wrote: Only OpenSource wrote: caddr_t which is a typedef for char* seems to be used quite often in the kernel code. Would void* be preferable to caddr_t ? No. Having to cast (void *)'s to the

Re: Almost ready with diskless setup

2006-08-10 Thread Erik Nørgaard
Nagy László wrote: http://www.onlamp.com/pub/a/bsd/2004/09/30/diskless_clients.html This is quite old, things have changed. 1. mount_nfs is complaining. It cannot update mounttab. However, the mounttab is in /var/db and /var is not mounted yet. Is there a nice way to supress these annoying

newbie setup

2006-08-10 Thread Bruce Greene
Hi — In setting up FreeBSD 6.1, i don't know what group or member groups to choose. Thank you - Bruce Greene Macs Plus 410 764-8599 [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.macsplus.com ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: newbie setup

2006-08-10 Thread Jeff Cross
Bruce Greene wrote: Hi — In setting up FreeBSD 6.1, i don't know what group or member groups to choose. Thank you - Bruce Greene Macs Plus 410 764-8599 [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.macsplus.com ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org

Re: newbie setup

2006-08-10 Thread albi
On Thu, 10 Aug 2006 11:00:27 -0400 Bruce Greene [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In setting up FreeBSD 6.1, i don't know what group or member groups to choose. during the install ? you can put yourself in group staff and if you want to use su - later on, then put yourself in group wheel -- grtjs,

local user authentification with ldap

2006-08-10 Thread Jean Chiappini
Hello all, I had setup a ldap server and now, I want to authenticate the local user of my freebsd 6.1. I had try to found some help with google, but I don't find any solution. I need some help please... Regards ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org

Re: Accessing FreeBSD partition from Windows with dual boot

2006-08-10 Thread Matti J. Karki
On 8/10/06, Svein Halvor Halvorsen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Martin Miedema wrote: I'm looking for a way to access (read only is fine) a FreeBSD partition on my Windows installation on a dual boot notebook (so Samba won't do the trick) Maybe this will do: http://ffsdrv.sourceforge.net/ I

Re: newbie setup

2006-08-10 Thread Jerry McAllister
Bruce Greene wrote: Hi — In setting up FreeBSD 6.1, i don't know what group or member groups to choose. Thank you - Bruce Greene Macs Plus 410 764-8599 [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.macsplus.com ___

Re: Accessing FreeBSD partition from Windows with dual boot

2006-08-10 Thread John Nielsen
On Thursday 10 August 2006 09:22, Svein Halvor Halvorsen wrote: Martin Miedema wrote: I'm looking for a way to access (read only is fine) a FreeBSD partition on my Windows installation on a dual boot notebook (so Samba won't do the trick) Maybe this will do: http://ffsdrv.sourceforge.net/

Re: local user authentification with ldap

2006-08-10 Thread Stefan Bethke
Am 10.08.2006 um 17:28 schrieb Jean Chiappini: Hello all, I had setup a ldap server and now, I want to authenticate the local user of my freebsd 6.1. I had try to found some help with google, but I don't find any solution. Check out ports net/nss_ldap and security/pam_ldap. Stefan --

Re: Reinstalling Sendmail?

2006-08-10 Thread Derek Ragona
You should check your log file and see why sendmail is exiting. -Derek At 06:33 AM 8/10/2006, Andreas Widerøe Andersen wrote: I have some problems with Sendmail (ref an older thread I posted): pid 72284 (sendmail), uid 0: exited on signal 11 pid 72505 (sendmail), uid 0: exited on

New Web Server

2006-08-10 Thread Ron Clark
Hello all, I am building a new web server= , and have gotten Mysql, Apache and PHP (php5-extensions) loaded from the p= orts. However, Apache is not picking up my index.php file. Is there a step = somewhere that I have missed? I have added A= ddType

Re: Top not showing cpu usage even remotely accurately

2006-08-10 Thread Ian Smith
On Thu, 10 Aug 2006, Chuck Swiger wrote: Ian Smith wrote: But since running 5.x (5.5-STABLE since 1st Aug) top can show 0.0% idle but the cpu usages shown don't add up to much of a fraction of 100%. [ ... ] Any ideas why top hasn't much of a clue about what's consuming cpu?

Re: New Web Server

2006-08-10 Thread Javier Henderson
On Aug 10, 2006, at 12:20 PM, Ron Clark wrote: Hello all, I am building a new web server , and have gotten Mysql, Apache and PHP (php5-extensions) loaded from the p orts. However, Apache is not picking up my index.php file. Is there a step somewhere that I have missed?

RE: New Web Server

2006-08-10 Thread Clark, Ronald
Ok, I just tried that, and it wants to open index.php with a text editor. It is acting like Apache does not know how to handle a *.php file. In my httpd conf, http://www.php.net says to add LoadMudule and AddMudule statements. Are those still needed? RC -Original Message- From: Javier

RE: New Web Server

2006-08-10 Thread Philip Hallstrom
Ok, I just tried that, and it wants to open index.php with a text editor. It is acting like Apache does not know how to handle a *.php file. In my httpd conf, http://www.php.net says to add LoadMudule and AddMudule statements. Are those still needed? I believe so... unless you've built it

RE: New Web Server

2006-08-10 Thread Clark, Ronald
When I add them to the conf file and try to start the web server, it says: Cannot add module via name 'mod_php5.c': not in list of loaded modules Does this help out at all? RC -Original Message- From: Philip Hallstrom [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, August 10, 2006 11:37 AM

Re: New Web Server

2006-08-10 Thread Javier Henderson
The text you cut-n-pasted has AblankddType, is that how it appears on the httpd.conf file? Did you restart Apache after changing httpd.conf? (apparently you have, since it picked up the index.php change). You may need to add a LoadModule as well. -jav On Aug 10, 2006, at 12:26 PM, Clark,

RE: New Web Server

2006-08-10 Thread Clark, Ronald
AblankddType = typo on my part. Sorry. In the conf file it is AddModule mod_php5.c. I have added the LoadModule as well and get a similar error message. So I try to look for the files themselves like this: #find / -name mod_php5.c It finds nothing. Same results with looking for libphp5.so. Is

Re: Mount Point permissions

2006-08-10 Thread Bob Richards
On Thursday 10 August 2006 00:50, Micah wrote: One possible workaround is to use msdosfs instead of ufs. Seems to work fine for my regular user account. But I agree that floppy support sucks. Try accidentally mounting a write-protected floppy as rw. You get a flood of errors that cannot be

Re: Once CPU idle at all times

2006-08-10 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Thu, Aug 10, 2006 at 06:08:00AM +, Duane Hill wrote: I know this was asked once before. I can't recall if it had received a response or not. If so, tell me to go digging. Otherwise, I have a server that is a dual Zeon 2.8 and I have the hyperthreading enabled within the bios. When

RE: New Web Server

2006-08-10 Thread Philip Hallstrom
When I add them to the conf file and try to start the web server, it says: Cannot add module via name 'mod_php5.c': not in list of loaded modules Does this help out at all? I have this in my httpd.conf in this order... LoadModule php5_modulelibexec/apache/libphp5.so AddModule

Re: New Web Server

2006-08-10 Thread Kevin Monceaux
RC, On Thu, Aug 10, 2006 at 11:40:52AM -0500, Clark, Ronald wrote: It finds nothing. Same results with looking for libphp5.so. Is there an issue with the install or did I miss a step? Is there a recipe for setting up a server, something like FreeBSD-Apache-Mysql-PHP for dummies? In your

Re: New Web Server

2006-08-10 Thread Jeff Cross
Ron Clark wrote: Hello all, I am building a new web server= and have gotten Mysql, Apache and PHP (php5-extensions) loaded from the p=rts. However, Apache is not picking up my index.php file. Is there a step =omewhere that I have missed? I have added A=dType

Re: New Web Server

2006-08-10 Thread Jeff Cross
Clark, Ronald wrote: AblankddType = typo on my part. Sorry. In the conf file it is AddModule mod_php5.c. I have added the LoadModule as well and get a similar error message. So I try to look for the files themselves like this: #find / -name mod_php5.c It finds nothing. Same results with

Playing Audio CDs

2006-08-10 Thread Viswas Nair
I am new to BSD and have mplayer installed (Gmplayer) and I do not see the option to play an Audio CD, only CDs, files and DVDs. How do I get Audio CD's to play? Can they be mounted, if so how? Is there any specific audio alone CD player (GUI based) that you suggest? Also, whats the most

Intel 945G driver

2006-08-10 Thread Viswas Nair
I have a HP 7600 desktop with FBSD 6. While setting up the system i did not find an Intel 945G in the listed options to select a video card. Where can i find this? Thanks, Viswas ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Finding IP Addresses (OT)

2006-08-10 Thread beno
Hi; I'm configuring my IP filter and I need to figure out what IP addresses I use (via SSH2) to contact my server. However, my ISP is DirecWay bouncing off a satellite. I've got a sample IP address from /var/log/messages and I'm sure over time I could collect a truckload, but I'd still miss

Re: New Web Server

2006-08-10 Thread eoghan
On 10 Aug 2006, at 18:33, Jeff Cross wrote: In your original post you say you installed PHP (php5-extensions). Did you actually install PHP5 or just the extensions? PHP5 is at /usr/ports/lang/php5 and the extensions are at /usr/ports/lang/php5-extensions. I'm not sure if compiling the

Re: Firefox amd mailto:

2006-08-10 Thread Jerry McAllister
Jerry McAllister wrote: Hi All, I recently installed Firefox 1.5 on a FreeBSD 6.1 system. Mostly it seems to work fine with some apparent finickyness about odd character sets. Since it does not include Email, I also installed Thunderbird which works as its own standalone.

Re: Finding IP Addresses (OT)

2006-08-10 Thread Erik Nørgaard
beno wrote: Hi; I'm configuring my IP filter and I need to figure out what IP addresses I use (via SSH2) to contact my server. However, my ISP is DirecWay bouncing off a satellite. I've got a sample IP address from /var/log/messages and I'm sure over time I could collect a truckload, but I'd

Re: Finding IP Addresses (OT)

2006-08-10 Thread Andreas Widerøe Andersen
On 8/10/06, beno [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi; I'm configuring my IP filter and I need to figure out what IP addresses I use (via SSH2) to contact my server. However, my ISP is DirecWay bouncing off a satellite. I've got a sample IP address from /var/log/messages and I'm sure over time I could

Your confirmation is needed (ok 1123525)

2006-08-10 Thread Lyris ListManager
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Re: Intel 945G driver

2006-08-10 Thread Jonathan Horne
I have a HP 7600 desktop with FBSD 6. While setting up the system i did not find an Intel 945G in the listed options to select a video card. Where can i find this? Thanks, Viswas ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: Finding IP Addresses (OT)

2006-08-10 Thread David Kelly
On Thu, Aug 10, 2006 at 02:18:48PM -0400, beno wrote: Hi; I'm configuring my IP filter and I need to figure out what IP addresses I use (via SSH2) to contact my server. However, my ISP is DirecWay bouncing off a satellite. I've got a sample IP address from /var/log/messages and I'm sure

Re: Almost ready with diskless setup

2006-08-10 Thread Nagy László Zsolt
2. syslogd tells that it cannot open the pid file. (Operation not supported) However, it creates /var/log/syslogd.pid. But that file is empty. What can be the problem? After making another diskless distribution, I found out that the 'Operation not supported' error comes out because of

Re: Using putty as a ssh client on FreeBSD

2006-08-10 Thread Derek Ragona
You are trying to automatically login and either the key is bad or missing. You should try creating a new key. -Derek At 10:13 AM 8/9/2006, Josh Paetzel wrote: I'm trying to use putty on my FBSD 6.1-R box to access another FreeBSD box. I can get in fine using the command line ssh

Re: local user authentification with ldap

2006-08-10 Thread Pramod Venugopal
Here is a guide which I used. http://www.cultdeadsheep.org/FreeBSD/docs/ Quick_and_dirty_FreeBSD_5_x_and_nss_ldap_mini-HOWTO.html Pramod Venugopal [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Aug 10, 2006, at 8:28 AM, Jean Chiappini wrote: Hello all, I had setup a ldap server and now, I want to authenticate

problem compliling new kernel for SCTP

2006-08-10 Thread swapnagg
Iam trying to install SCTP enabled Apache server and Mozilla browser on FreeBSD 6.0 These are things that i have done: 1) I downloaded the kernel patch from sctp.org and applied it. 2) Included the line options SCTP in MY kernel source code at /usr/src/sys after making a copy of

RE: New Web Server

2006-08-10 Thread Clark, Ronald
All, I have started over. I am back to this level: FreeBSD 5.5-STABLE FreeBSD 5.5-STABLE #0: Tue Aug 1 17:59:18 CDT 2006 With MySQL server 4.1 installed and working. Now to build Apache13-modssl and hopefully add PHP to it. However, I cannot find mod_php5 in ports. Is this port deprecated and

RE: New Web Server

2006-08-10 Thread Philip Hallstrom
I have started over. I am back to this level: FreeBSD 5.5-STABLE FreeBSD 5.5-STABLE #0: Tue Aug 1 17:59:18 CDT 2006 With MySQL server 4.1 installed and working. Now to build Apache13-modssl and hopefully add PHP to it. However, I cannot find mod_php5 in ports. Is this port deprecated and is now

Re: Finding IP Addresses (OT)

2006-08-10 Thread beno
Erik Nørgaard wrote: whois Lookup the ip with whois you'll get a network segment that has been delegated. You ISP may have multiple such segments, but it get's you further faster than finding individual ip's. Thanks. I also realized I should do the same for the Internet cafe I work at when

Searching Ports - possible problem

2006-08-10 Thread Kevin Monceaux
Fellow FreeBSD Enthusiasts, While researching a couple of Searching For Ports tips to send to a fellow new FreeBSD user I noticed an anomaly. The port in question was mod_php5. One would expect searching for mod_php via the search form on the ports web page or make search name='mod_php' in

RE: New Web Server

2006-08-10 Thread Clark, Ronald
Philip, You are the man! Big Thank you. It is working now and I am on my way to working out my presentation for either tomorrow or early next week. Ron -Original Message- From: Philip Hallstrom [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, August 10, 2006 3:39 PM To: Clark, Ronald Cc:

mount_ntfs

2006-08-10 Thread cblasius
I try mount my windows partition as following mount_ntfs -C ISO-8859-2 -u anuser -g ganuser -m 540 /dev/ad0s1 /c but with this is one problem - files are set execution flag e.g -r-xr- 0 anuser ganuser 672 Jan 8 2006 file.txt folders are ok and I have acces to folders. dr-xr- 0

Re: Finding IP Addresses (OT)

2006-08-10 Thread Erik Nørgaard
beno wrote: Erik Nørgaard wrote: Lookup the ip with whois you'll get a network segment that has been delegated. You ISP may have multiple such segments, but it get's you further faster than finding individual ip's. Thanks. I also realized I should do the same for the Internet cafe I work

Re: Mount Point permissions

2006-08-10 Thread Chris Whitehouse
Bob Richards wrote: On Wednesday 09 August 2006 23:23, you wrote: What about chowning the permissions on /dev/fd0 to be root:floppyusers, I went so far as chown bob:bob /dev/fd0 But after newfs get's through with the new floppy, it's chowned to root. add a group floppyusers to /etc/group

Re: Searching Ports - possible problem

2006-08-10 Thread Micah
Kevin Monceaux wrote: Fellow FreeBSD Enthusiasts, While researching a couple of Searching For Ports tips to send to a fellow new FreeBSD user I noticed an anomaly. The port in question was mod_php5. One would expect searching for mod_php via the search form on the ports web page or make search

Writing drivers that will work with FreeBSD

2006-08-10 Thread jekillen
Hello; Is there a one stop location where I can get info on writing device drivers that will work with FreeBSD (v6+)? There is a book out called Linux Device Drivers (perhaps I shouldn't mention the publisher). I would be mostly a beginner and presume that some assembler knowledge would be

Re: Writing drivers that will work with FreeBSD

2006-08-10 Thread Garrett Cooper
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 jekillen wrote: Hello; Is there a one stop location where I can get info on writing device drivers that will work with FreeBSD (v6+)? There is a book out called Linux Device Drivers (perhaps I shouldn't mention the publisher). I would be mostly a

Re: NIS and Kerberos 5 : is it possible / smart?

2006-08-10 Thread Garrett Cooper
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Scott Peshak wrote: On 8/4/06, Garrett Cooper [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, Just wondering if it's possible for NIS and Kerberos 5 to work in tandem with one another, such that NIS would handle groups and configuration file management and

Re: Intel 945G driver

2006-08-10 Thread Viswas Nair
I am unable to play quake 3 with this driver. In the intel website i found linux drivers. would these help? On 8/11/06, Jonathan Horne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a HP 7600 desktop with FBSD 6. While setting up the system i did not find an Intel 945G in the listed options to select a

pam_krb5

2006-08-10 Thread Matt Schwartz
Hello list, I seem to be having a problem with pam_krb5.so. It works fine on console logins. However, when I ssh into my freebsd server from another computer, tickets are not issued. I have uncommented the pam_krb5.so entries in the sshd pam file. Otherwise, the sshd pam file has been left

Re: local user authentification with ldap

2006-08-10 Thread Olivier Nicole
Jean, In case you read French, there are some introductory documents on http://articles.mongeurs.net/magazines/linuxmag65.html and following. There is also a very complete document from INT Evry (int-evry.fr), but I got it as file, I don't have the URL. I am working on the same thing rightnow,

Re: Mount Point permissions

2006-08-10 Thread ajm
On Thu, Aug 10, 2006 at 11:40:46PM +0100, Chris Whitehouse wrote: Bob Richards wrote: On Wednesday 09 August 2006 23:23, you wrote: What about chowning the permissions on /dev/fd0 to be root:floppyusers, I went so far as chown bob:bob /dev/fd0 But after newfs get's through with the new

Re: Finding IP Addresses (OT)

2006-08-10 Thread Olivier Nicole
Beno, I'm configuring my IP filter and I need to figure out what IP addresses I use (via SSH2) to contact my server. I'd advise you not to filter SSH by IP, that would be the best way to lock you out of your server. Even if you find all the IP used by your ISP, you cannot predict when the

Re: NIS and Kerberos 5 : is it possible / smart?

2006-08-10 Thread Tillman Hodgson
On 8/4/06, Garrett Cooper [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, Just wondering if it's possible for NIS and Kerberos 5 to work in tandem with one another, such that NIS would handle groups and configuration file management and Kerberos would handle authentication only. Also, is this

[OT] A question about reading mrtg output ...

2006-08-10 Thread Marc G. Fournier
I'm just curious ... on the 'daily graph', it tells me: Average In: 1099.5kb/s Average Out: 2336.4kb/s If my pipe is 3mb/s, is it safe to say that, on average, I've hit the limit of my bandwidth? (I have burstable traffic) ... For the longest time, I've been reading them as seperate #s

Re: Finding IP Addresses (OT)

2006-08-10 Thread pauls
--On August 11, 2006 9:02:14 AM +0700 Olivier Nicole [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Beno, I'm configuring my IP filter and I need to figure out what IP addresses I use (via SSH2) to contact my server. I'd advise you not to filter SSH by IP, that would be the best way to lock you out of your

Re: Playing Audio CDs

2006-08-10 Thread Girish Venkatachalam
--- Viswas Nair [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am new to BSD and have mplayer installed (Gmplayer) and I do not see the option to play an Audio CD, only CDs, files and DVDs. How do I get Audio CD's to play? Can they be mounted, if so how? Is there any specific audio alone CD player (GUI

[OT] A question about reading mrtg output ...

2006-08-10 Thread Robert Huff
Marc G. Fournier writes: Average In: 1099.5kb/s Average Out: 2336.4kb/s If my pipe is 3mb/s, is it safe to say that, on average, I've hit the limit of my bandwidth? (I have burstable traffic) ... For the longest time, I've been reading them as seperate #s instead of

USB Media Keys

2006-08-10 Thread Jeff Molofee
Is it possible to get USB media keys to work in FreeBSD 6.x? I can't get anything to even see the keys, I would like to get my volume keys working on a Saitek Eclipse keyboard. ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list