Re: FreeBSD not popular in Asia?

2006-09-09 Thread Norberto Meijome
On Fri, 08 Sep 2006 21:18:44 -0400 Dan Langille [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Check out http://www.bsdstats.org ... Republic of Korea is about to push the US out of first place, but there are *zero* FreeBSD boxes reporting from there ... DragonFly is first, then NetBSD and then OpenBSD ...

Re: Jail won't start

2006-09-09 Thread Norberto Meijome
On Fri, 08 Sep 2006 22:35:43 -0400 [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: jail /home/jail/hostname hostname.net 192.168.1.101 /bin/sh jail: execv: /bin/sh: Permission denied does /home/jail/hostname/bin/sh exist, and is it executable? _ {Beto|Norberto|Numard}

Re: Jail won't start

2006-09-09 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Norberto Meijome wrote: On Fri, 08 Sep 2006 22:35:43 -0400 [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: jail /home/jail/hostname hostname.net 192.168.1.101 /bin/sh jail: execv: /bin/sh: Permission denied does /home/jail/hostname/bin/sh exist, and is it executable? No, thats the

jail removal

2006-09-09 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Hi, How do you remove a jail? I can't seem to find information about this. I've partially removed a jail and I want to start over and recreate it differently, but I'm having trouble removing files. Getting permission denied on some files I am unable to chmod to +w. Thanks, Mark

Re: FreeBSD not popular in Asia?

2006-09-09 Thread Antony Mawer
On 8/09/2006 8:43 PM, Norberto Meijome wrote: On Fri, 08 Sep 2006 21:18:44 -0400 Dan Langille [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Check out http://www.bsdstats.org ... Republic of Korea is about to push the US out of first place, but there are *zero* FreeBSD boxes reporting from there ... DragonFly is

Re: FreeBSD not popular in Asia?

2006-09-09 Thread Matthew Seaman
Marc G. Fournier wrote: Reported devices right now doesn't work on the other BSDs, as apparently we are the only one that has a pciconf command :( But, here is a sampling of systems information for those coming in from KR (that is Korea, right?): operating_system | release |

Re: FreeBSD not popular in Asia?

2006-09-09 Thread Norberto Meijome
On Fri, 08 Sep 2006 21:24:02 -1000 Antony Mawer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: That issue has been addressed... us Aussies should start showing up as of next month's results (or re-run the submission manually if you can't wait :-). It was a timezone difference issue. cool... though the issue i

Re: FreeBSD not popular in Asia?

2006-09-09 Thread Marc G. Fournier
On Sat, 9 Sep 2006, Kris Kennaway wrote: On Fri, Sep 08, 2006 at 10:02:45PM -0300, Marc G. Fournier wrote: Check out http://www.bsdstats.org ... Republic of Korea is about to push the US out of first place, but there are *zero* FreeBSD boxes reporting from there ... DragonFly is first, then

Re: FreeBSD not popular in Asia?

2006-09-09 Thread Matthew Seaman
Matthew Seaman wrote: if it is real, and since it seems to come from a single IP so we can assume it's all from one project or corporate entity, then it sounds like a very interesting project I'd like to hear more about, The other explanation that suddenly springs to

Re: FreeBSD not popular in Asia?

2006-09-09 Thread Marc G. Fournier
On Sat, 9 Sep 2006, Matthew Seaman wrote: Interesting. The 300.bsdstats script seems to except OpenBSD and NetBSD from the device reporting stuff, but not DFly. That does look extremely consistent with the known supported platforms and versions of the various BSDs. As you say, if it is

Re: FreeBSD not popular in Asia?

2006-09-09 Thread Matthew Seaman
Marc G. Fournier wrote: Granted, but, after talking to Matt @ DragonFly, based on the fact that DragonFly doesn't have a port to AMD64 (it was a fork of FreeBSD 4.x) I've removed China/India/Korea from the list as 'overly suspicious numbers' ... :( Ah well. I guess there will be a slight

Re: FreeBSD not popular in Asia?

2006-09-09 Thread Marc G. Fournier
On Sat, 9 Sep 2006, Matthew Seaman wrote: Marc G. Fournier wrote: Granted, but, after talking to Matt @ DragonFly, based on the fact that DragonFly doesn't have a port to AMD64 (it was a fork of FreeBSD 4.x) I've removed China/India/Korea from the list as 'overly suspicious numbers' ... :(

Re: FreeBSD not popular in Asia?

2006-09-09 Thread Hye-Shik Chang
On 9/9/06, Chad Leigh -- Shire.Net LLC [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sep 8, 2006, at 7:02 PM, Marc G. Fournier wrote: Check out http://www.bsdstats.org ... Republic of Korea is about to push the US out of first place, but there are *zero* FreeBSD boxes reporting from there ... DragonFly is

Re: jail removal

2006-09-09 Thread Christopher Cowart
I've partially removed a jail and I want to start over and recreate it differently, but I'm having trouble removing files. Getting permission denied on some files I am unable to chmod to +w. Try 'sudo chflags -R noschg /path/to/jail'. I'm thinking the immutable flag got set on something like

ipfilter dedicate firewall

2006-09-09 Thread rithy4u- CEO
Dear all, I have tried to read some documents online and build my own firewall using ipfilter enabled in my kernel. but now I want some idea regarding a coperate, dedicate firewall for company upto 250 users something. what should we do to get those type of firewall system? how to scale for

Can I Get An Email Account?

2006-09-09 Thread Irc Maniac .
Can you hook me up with me@freebsd.org? ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Simple Mailing List with Sendmail

2006-09-09 Thread P.U.Kruppa
Hi, I am experimenting with a simple mailing list setup for some (15 - 20) of my students, i.e. I put a line like this maths: user1, user2, user3, ..., /var/mail_archive/maths into my /etc/mail/aliases . The last entry produces a kind of archive file. Does anyone know an - equally simple

Re: ipfilter dedicate firewall

2006-09-09 Thread Christophe Branchereau
Dear all, I have tried to read some documents online and build my own firewall using ipfilter enabled in my kernel. but now I want some idea regarding a coperate, dedicate firewall for company upto 250 users something. what should we do to get those type of firewall system? how to scale for

Re: jail removal

2006-09-09 Thread Chad Leigh -- Shire.Net LLC
On Sep 9, 2006, at 3:37 AM, Christopher Cowart wrote: I've partially removed a jail and I want to start over and recreate it differently, but I'm having trouble removing files. Getting permission denied on some files I am unable to chmod to +w. Try 'sudo chflags -R noschg /path/to/jail'.

Re: Simple Mailing List with Sendmail

2006-09-09 Thread Jon Krause
From: P.U.Kruppa Sent: Saturday, September 09, 2006 7:40 AM Subject: Simple Mailing List with Sendmail Hi, I am experimenting with a simple mailing list setup for some (15 - 20) of my students, i.e. I put a line like this maths: user1, user2, user3, ..., /var/mail_archive/maths into my

Re: Acroread doesn't find a lib

2006-09-09 Thread Boris Samorodov
On Fri, 8 Sep 2006 21:25:07 + vittorio wrote: Under freebsd 6.1 I have just portupgraded the ports acroread-7.0.8 and libXfixes-2.0.1_2. BUT #acroread /usr/X11R6/Adobe/Acrobat7.0/ENU/Reader/intellinux/bin/acroread: error while loading shared libraries: libXfixes.so.3: cannot open

Re: Simple Mailing List with Sendmail

2006-09-09 Thread Lisa Casey
Hi, Unless you can find a way to keep anyone else from sending mail to this list, I don't reccomend doing this. We tried this several years ago as a way to send an email to all of our ISP customers at once and quickly discovered that if one (or more) computer on the list had a virus then

#6.1 install problem#: can't find other linux partitions at the Partition Stage

2006-09-09 Thread ambrosehuang ambrose
I had install Gentoo Linux on the /dev/hda (40G) , the partition table is as following: hda1 PrimaryLinux ext3 98.71 M hda5 Logical Linux swap / Solaris 1019.94 M hda6

Problems after buildworld

2006-09-09 Thread mdeamonic
Hi. CVSupped yesterday and rebuilt/installed world and kernel. Now my RELENG6 doesnt seem to read its configuration. I followed the procedure: make buildworld make buildkernel make installkernel reboot mergemaster -p make installworld mergemaster (installed all new files,

Re: ipfilter dedicate firewall

2006-09-09 Thread jan gestre
On 9/9/06, rithy4u- CEO [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dear all, I have tried to read some documents online and build my own firewall using ipfilter enabled in my kernel. but now I want some idea regarding a coperate, dedicate firewall for company upto 250 users something. what should we do to get

Re: Origin of hard drive parameters

2006-09-09 Thread Ian Graeme Hilt
On Wednesday 06 September 2006 7:54 pm, jdow wrote: Ok. Maybe the better question is: in either case, C/H/S or LBA mode, where are these parameters stored? They flat out are not stored anywhere. There is a standard algorithm published by the VESA people, I believe, that provides the data

Automatic Script for /usr/src security updates

2006-09-09 Thread Chris Maness
Is there an application that can be triggered by security advisory e-mails, or the like, to automatically do cvsup and rebuild the system? I know that would probably be a little difficult with the mergemaster command. Thanks Chris Maness ___

Re: Problems after buildworld

2006-09-09 Thread mdaemonic
mdaemonic wrote: Hi. CVSupped yesterday and rebuilt/installed world and kernel. Now my RELENG6 doesnt seem to read its configuration. ... Dont mind, running mergemaster again fixed it, sorry for the noise. -- View this message in context:

Re: [Rails] SaltedHashLoginGenerator no such file to load -- iconv

2006-09-09 Thread Dan Bikle
Yep, I too have just bumped into this issue. I see it on a freebsd box: bash jake oracle /usr/local 12 $ uname -a FreeBSD jake.host.com 5.3-RELEASE FreeBSD 5.3-RELEASE #0: Tue Nov 1 05:56:17 CST 2005 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/src/sys/i386/compile/JAKE i386 bash jake oracle /usr/local 13 $ I

Re: cups 1.2.2 and parallel port printers

2006-09-09 Thread Henry Lenzi
My problem is that when you add a printer via the web interface the devices pull-down does not show a parallel port even if the system has detected that there is a printer there. (ie dmesg shows the printer discovery) so where is the parallel port? Hi -- What I think you want to know is the

Can't find foomatic-rip on FreeBSD 6.0

2006-09-09 Thread Henry Lenzi
I sent this to cups-bug too... -- Forwarded message -- From: Henry Lenzi [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Sep 9, 2006 2:30 AM Subject: Can't find foomatic-rip on FreeBSD 6.0 To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Hello -- I am trying to get CUPS rolling on a FreeBSD 6.0 with a HP Deskjet 840C printer. I

Re: cups 1.2.2 and parallel port printers

2006-09-09 Thread Henry Lenzi
I have this in my /etc/devfs.rules file on a system successfully using CUPS with a parallel port printer: [localrules=10] add path 'lpt*' mode 0660 group cups (I also have 'devfs_system_ruleset=localrules' in my /etc/rc.conf file.) That makes sure that CUPS can access the lpt* devices

CUPS borked, but apsfilter just works.

2006-09-09 Thread Henry Lenzi
Hi -- We has some CUPS questions this week (doesn't every Unix list? ;-) Anyways, CUPS keeps borking. Buggy, bugyy, buggy on FreeBSD 6.0 with a HP Deskjet 840C. And this in 2006. Apsfilter, OTOH, just works. I just had to install the ghostscript-afpl (there are also ghoscript-gnu and

Re: Automatic Script for /usr/src security updates

2006-09-09 Thread Colin Percival
Chris Maness wrote: Is there an application that can be triggered by security advisory e-mails, or the like, to automatically do cvsup and rebuild the system? I know that would probably be a little difficult with the mergemaster command. I know that someone has written a script which parses

RSSreader: Recommendations Sought

2006-09-09 Thread Marc G. Fournier
Anyone suggest a good one that runs under FreeBSD? Thx in advance ... Marc G. Fournier Hub.Org Networking Services (http://www.hub.org) Email . [EMAIL PROTECTED] MSN . [EMAIL PROTECTED] Yahoo . yscrappy Skype: hub.orgICQ .

Re: RSSreader: Recommendations Sought

2006-09-09 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Saturday 09 September 2006 16:32, Marc G. Fournier wrote: Anyone suggest a good one that runs under FreeBSD? Thx in advance ... Marc G. Fournier Hub.Org Networking Services (http://www.hub.org) Email . [EMAIL PROTECTED] MSN . [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Hell Installing OpenLDAP/Berkeley-DB/Java

2006-09-09 Thread Atom Powers
On 9/8/06, Ted Johnson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi; I tried to install OpenLDAP, but it needs Berkeley-DB and complained that the version installed was incompatible. I tried compiling it without Berkeley (using GNU instead) but it wouldn't. I tried installing Berkeley DB without Java (for

what's the best way to re-install ports as packages?

2006-09-09 Thread Gary Kline
People, In trying to restore my original main box, since I'm running 6.1, packages are now available. A few days ago I began portupgradingg stuff. kde-lite and gnome2-lite among them. Turns out that several packages were 'not available' and my

Re: Origin of hard drive parameters

2006-09-09 Thread stheg olloydson
On 9 Sep 2006 14:54:09 - ihilt wrote: On Wednesday 06 September 2006 7:54 pm, jdow wrote: Ok. Maybe the better question is: in either case, C/H/S or LBA mode, where are these parameters stored? They flat out are not stored anywhere. There is a standard algorithm published by the VESA

Re: FreeBSD not popular in Asia?

2006-09-09 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Fri, Sep 08, 2006 at 10:02:45PM -0300, Marc G. Fournier wrote: Check out http://www.bsdstats.org ... Republic of Korea is about to push the US out of first place, but there are *zero* FreeBSD boxes reporting from there ... DragonFly is first, then NetBSD and then OpenBSD ... Are there

Re: FreeBSD not popular in Asia?

2006-09-09 Thread Antony Mawer
On 8/09/2006 3:02 PM, Marc G. Fournier wrote: Check out http://www.bsdstats.org ... Republic of Korea is about to push the US out of first place, but there are *zero* FreeBSD boxes reporting from there ... DragonFly is first, then NetBSD and then OpenBSD ... Are there *really* no Korean

failed to enable memory mapping! (help please)

2006-09-09 Thread Marwan Sultan
Hello Everyone, during my 6.1 installation, I'm getting this error. atapci1: Intel ICH7 SATA300 controlles port 0x20c8-0x20cf, 0x20ec-0x20ef,0x20c0- 0x20c7,0x20e8-0x20eb,0x20a0-0x20af irq 19 at device 31.2 on pci atapci1: failed to enable memory mapping! Google didnot help much, So

Re: RSSreader: Recommendations Sought

2006-09-09 Thread Marc G. Fournier
'k, what port is this in? :( I just searched all the kde ones I know about, and can't find it ... On Sat, 9 Sep 2006, Jonathan Horne wrote: On Saturday 09 September 2006 16:32, Marc G. Fournier wrote: Anyone suggest a good one that runs under FreeBSD? Thx in advance ... Marc G.

Re: RSSreader: Recommendations Sought

2006-09-09 Thread Colin Percival
Marc G. Fournier wrote: 'k, what port is this in? :( I just searched all the kde ones I know about, and can't find it ... I think Jonathan probably meant akregator, which is part of kdepim. Colin Percival ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing

FreeBSD Slices on a PC Compatible Logical Device

2006-09-09 Thread David Lloyd
Hi There, I partitioned my PC Compatible machine like this: /dev/hda1 - Normal partition /dev/hda2 - Normal partition /dev/hda3 - ~100 gigabyte logical partition There's no sectors left to make another normal partition. From what I can gather in the documentation, a FreeBSD slice (in this

Re: FreeBSD Slices on a PC Compatible Logical Device

2006-09-09 Thread Jerold McAllister
David Lloyd writes: Hi There, I partitioned my PC Compatible machine like this: /dev/hda1 - Normal partition /dev/hda2 - Normal partition /dev/hda3 - ~100 gigabyte logical partition There's no sectors left to make another normal partition. From what I can gather in the documentation,

Re: FreeBSD Slices on a PC Compatible Logical Device

2006-09-09 Thread David Lloyd
Jerry, Generally, FreeBSD needs a primary slice to boot and run. I assume what you are calling 'normal partition' is what is called a primary slice. Thanks - I had a mental blank as to what to call primary slices :) My suggestion is to shrink that 'logical partition' and make a 4th slice

Re: FreeBSD Slices on a PC Compatible Logical Device

2006-09-09 Thread Jerold McAllister
David Lloyd writes: Jerry, Generally, FreeBSD needs a primary slice to boot and run. I assume what you are calling 'normal partition' is what is called a primary slice. Thanks - I had a mental blank as to what to call primary slices :) My suggestion is to shrink that 'logical

Re: Origin of hard drive parameters

2006-09-09 Thread jdow
From: stheg olloydson [EMAIL PROTECTED] On 9 Sep 2006 14:54:09 - ihilt wrote: On Wednesday 06 September 2006 7:54 pm, jdow wrote: Ok. Maybe the better question is: in either case, C/H/S or LBA mode, where are these parameters stored? They flat out are not stored anywhere. There

Re: Origin of hard drive parameters

2006-09-09 Thread jdow
From: stheg olloydson [EMAIL PROTECTED] On 9 Sep 2006 14:54:09 - ihilt wrote: On Wednesday 06 September 2006 7:54 pm, jdow wrote: Ok. Maybe the better question is: in either case, C/H/S or LBA mode, where are these parameters stored? They flat out are not stored anywhere. There is

Can you have both KOI-R and ISO8859-15?

2006-09-09 Thread Henry Lenzi
Hi -- I guess I am falling in a strange intersection...I need to be able to read/work with Russian and Latin-1 on my system. Russian filenames are just gibberish right now... Is there a way to have both? Or is this a problem that'll only get solved with Unicode? More and more we need to use

Re: Window Manager Recommendations

2006-09-09 Thread Parv
in message [EMAIL PROTECTED], wrote Joel Adamson thusly... I am switching over my desktop system to FreeBSD ... want to choose a nice window manager. One of the more annoying things I want to get away from in Microsoft Windows is focus-shifting: I'll be typing along in one place, then a

Re: PERC 5/E SAS RAID in Dell PowerEdge 1950/2950

2006-09-09 Thread Brian A. Seklecki
On Thu, 2006-09-07 at 20:07, ke han wrote: On Sep 8, 2006, at 12:49 AM, Brian A. Seklecki wrote: On Sun, 11 Jun 2006, Brian A. Seklecki wrote: All: Does anyone have details about the new PERC 5/E SAS RAID controller Dell is (or will soon be) shipping in the 1950/2950?

bge0: PHY read timed out

2006-09-09 Thread Chad Leigh -- Shire.Net LLC
I have a machine that is acting up. It was doing this a couple weeks ago and I replaced the motherboard thinking that maybe the physical ethernet port was going bad (connector or chip). The new motherboard is starting to act up the same way after a week or two of running fine and I am

Re: bge0: PHY read timed out

2006-09-09 Thread Chad Leigh -- Shire.Net LLC
On Sep 9, 2006, at 11:52 PM, Chad Leigh -- Shire.Net LLC wrote: I have a machine that is acting up. It was doing this a couple weeks ago and I replaced the motherboard thinking that maybe the physical ethernet port was going bad (connector or chip). The new motherboard is starting to