Re: idle auto logoff

2006-10-11 Thread Noah
Olivier Nicole wrote: I recently took over the adminstration of a FreeBSD machine at work and cannot figure out what is auto logging me off when I am idled on the machine. Are you ruunning something called idled? I checked that - the answer is no. cheers, Noah Olivier

Re: Getting started with FreeBSD

2006-10-11 Thread cothrige
* Garrett Cooper ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: Btw (Off-topic, but true): Nothing in Gentoo (or FreeBSD or any other variant of Unix for that matter) says you have to install KDE ;). You can install the same metapackage in any Unix OS, if you love the bloat--uh, I mean functionality--or use

RE: idle auto logoff

2006-10-11 Thread Murray Taylor
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Noah Sent: Wednesday, 11 October 2006 4:14 PM To: Olivier Nicole Cc: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org Subject: Re: idle auto logoff Olivier Nicole wrote: I recently took over the adminstration of a

Re: KDE Control Center

2006-10-11 Thread doug
I guess would be that one or more configuration files got messed up. An easy way to test this is to create another user and see if it works for the new login. If so you can perhaps find the file or if you do not have too much invested in configuration logout and remove .kde from the console.

custom kernel, make buildkernel and then?

2006-10-11 Thread Zbigniew Szalbot
Hello, Hope you can advise me. I have a FreeBSD 6.1 stable system for which I want to build a custom kernel. However, I am scared to death (almost ;) and just want to make sure I have it done the right way. I have in the past used supfile with ports-all option and couldn't build a custom

fsck problems under 6.0

2006-10-11 Thread Philippe Lang
Hi, I'm running a RAID 5, 6.0-RELEASE-p6 server, with multiple jails on it, more precisely 17 at the moment. It runs great, no problems at all until now, and even at that moment the server is fine. I have just done an fsck, and the results frighten me: ** Phase 2 - Check Pathnames I have

Re: KDE Control Center

2006-10-11 Thread Rem P Roberti
I guess would be that one or more configuration files got messed up. An easy way to test this is to create another user and see if it works for the new login. If so you can perhaps find the file or if you do not have too much invested in configuration logout and remove .kde from the console.

Re: custom kernel, make buildkernel and then?

2006-10-11 Thread Erik Norgaard
Zbigniew Szalbot wrote: Hello, Hope you can advise me. I have a FreeBSD 6.1 stable system for which I want to build a custom kernel. However, I am scared to death (almost ;) and just want to make sure I have it done the right way. I have in the past used supfile with ports-all option and

Problems with ACLs

2006-10-11 Thread Patrik Jansson
I'm trying to set default ACLs on a directory to restrict access to a directory and every file/directory created within this directory to two users. I have used this website to get a grip of how it works: http://www.onlamp.com/pub/a/bsd/2003/08/14/freebsd_acls.html Following that example: #

Re: custom kernel, make buildkernel and then?

2006-10-11 Thread Zbigniew Szalbot
Hello, On Wed, 11 Oct 2006, Erik Norgaard wrote: Yes, you can install the kernel. Applications don't live in kernelspace. If your kernel fails to boot you can boot the old kernel by in the loader menu go to a promt, unload the kernel and load kernel.old. Now here comes the funny part. When

Re: custom kernel, make buildkernel and then?

2006-10-11 Thread Garrett Cooper
Zbigniew Szalbot wrote: Hello, On Wed, 11 Oct 2006, Erik Norgaard wrote: Yes, you can install the kernel. Applications don't live in kernelspace. If your kernel fails to boot you can boot the old kernel by in the loader menu go to a promt, unload the kernel and load kernel.old. Now here

Re: custom kernel, make buildkernel and then?

2006-10-11 Thread Garrett Cooper
Zbigniew Szalbot wrote: Hello, Hope you can advise me. I have a FreeBSD 6.1 stable system for which I want to build a custom kernel. However, I am scared to death (almost ;) and just want to make sure I have it done the right way. I have in the past used supfile with ports-all option and

Re: custom kernel, make buildkernel and then?

2006-10-11 Thread Garrett Cooper
Garrett Cooper wrote: Zbigniew Szalbot wrote: Hello, On Wed, 11 Oct 2006, Erik Norgaard wrote: Yes, you can install the kernel. Applications don't live in kernelspace. If your kernel fails to boot you can boot the old kernel by in the loader menu go to a promt, unload the kernel and load

Re: custom kernel, make buildkernel and then?

2006-10-11 Thread Zbigniew Szalbot
Hello again, On Wed, 11 Oct 2006, Garrett Cooper wrote: Easier just to go ln -s /root/kernel/LISTS /usr/src/sys/[arch]/conf/ . -Garrett Err... omit that last period in the ln command. I just realized that could be misleading. Thank you Garrett - I did ln -s /root/kernel/LISTS

Re: custom kernel, make buildkernel and then?

2006-10-11 Thread Spiros Papadopoulos
Sorry, forgot to include the list On 11/10/06, Spiros Papadopoulos [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, What i simply do is: 1. Enter the /usr/src/sys/*/conf directory 2. copy GENERIC to whatever name i wish (no new dirs, no links) 3. Alter the file to my needs 4. cd /usr/src 5. make buildkernel

Re: custom kernel, make buildkernel and then?

2006-10-11 Thread Garrett Cooper
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Zbigniew Szalbot wrote: Hello again, On Wed, 11 Oct 2006, Garrett Cooper wrote: Easier just to go ln -s /root/kernel/LISTS /usr/src/sys/[arch]/conf/ . -Garrett Err... omit that last period in the ln command. I just realized that could be

Re: custom kernel, make buildkernel and then?

2006-10-11 Thread Zbigniew Szalbot
Hi there again, On Wed, 11 Oct 2006, Garrett Cooper wrote: Running 'cd /usr/src/sys/i386/conf ls -l' yields...? total 56 -rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel372 Oct 28 2005 DEFAULTS -rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 10337 May 1 02:15 GENERIC -rw-r--r-- 1 root wheel 1741 Jan 14 2005 GENERIC.hints

Re: custom kernel, make buildkernel and then?

2006-10-11 Thread Erik Norgaard
Zbigniew Szalbot wrote: I have in the past used supfile with ports-all option and couldn't build a custom kernel. Yesterday it dawned on me that I need sources for that, not ports. So I ran cvsup with src-all option. Now, I followed these steps: # cd /usr/src/sys/i386/conf # mkdir

Re: Getting started with FreeBSD

2006-10-11 Thread Tore Lund
cothrige wrote: [snip] However, after reading you post, I am thinking that the packages are only available for the snapshots labelled RELEASE. Am I right? All updates and changes made in between one release and the next are via sources. Would that be accurate? I wondered about the same

Re: custom kernel, make buildkernel and then?

2006-10-11 Thread Zbigniew Szalbot
Hello, On Wed, 11 Oct 2006, Erik Norgaard wrote: The target directory for the build is /usr/obj, so in /usr/obj/usr/src/sys you can see what kernels have been built. And it seems none have? For I get this when I do ls I can see only boot directory and no kernels. Is it possible that the

Script to fetch Wikipedia text

2006-10-11 Thread Kyrre Nygård
Hey! I'm involved in a few research projects, and like to keep my information well organized. I usually get most of it from Wikipedia, however, I hate printing HTML articles to PDF. I'd rather want them in pure, well laid out text. And I'm sure others would too. Being able to

Re: custom kernel, make buildkernel and then?

2006-10-11 Thread Erik Norgaard
Zbigniew Szalbot wrote: Hello, On Wed, 11 Oct 2006, Erik Norgaard wrote: The target directory for the build is /usr/obj, so in /usr/obj/usr/src/sys you can see what kernels have been built. And it seems none have? For I get this when I do ls I can see only boot directory and no kernels. Is

Re: iDefense Security Advisory 10.10.06: FreeBSD ptrace PT_LWPINFO Denial of Service Vulnerability

2006-10-11 Thread Bill Moran
In response to Colin Percival [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Bill Moran wrote: Colin Percival [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: This is a local denial of service bug, which was fixed 6 weeks ago in HEAD ^^^ That was what I expected. Section III seems to hint that it could

Re: custom kernel, make buildkernel and then?

2006-10-11 Thread Zbigniew Szalbot
Hello, On Wed, 11 Oct 2006, Spiros Papadopoulos wrote: Hi, What i simply do is: 1. Enter the /usr/src/sys/*/conf directory 2. copy GENERIC to whatever name i wish (no new dirs, no links) 3. Alter the file to my needs 4. cd /usr/src 5. make buildkernel KERNCONF='name' 6. make installkernel

Re: Getting started with FreeBSD

2006-10-11 Thread cothrige
* Tore Lund ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: I wondered about the same thing some time ago. I was told by one of the gurus to try packages-6-stable, which would most likely work with 6.1-RELEASE. So I tried to fetch the latest Firefox in this way: pkg_add [no line break]

Re: Getting started with FreeBSD

2006-10-11 Thread Tore Lund
cothrige wrote: * Tore Lund ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: I wondered about the same thing some time ago. I was told by one of the gurus to try packages-6-stable, which would most likely work with 6.1-RELEASE. So I tried to fetch the latest Firefox in this way: pkg_add [no line break]

dictionaries/spellchecking

2006-10-11 Thread Michael S
Good day all. I am trying to install additional dictionaries for spellcking in OpenOffice. Trying to do so using File - Wizards - Install new dictionaries yielded no results. Which is the correct way to do it? Michael ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org

libcrypto(3) and statically linked ports....

2006-10-11 Thread Eric Schuele
Hello, Given the recent openssl advisory, and the note within: NOTE: Any third-party applications, including those installed from the FreeBSD ports collection, which are statically linked to libcrypto(3) should be recompiled in order to use the corrected code. How does one go about determining

Re: dictionaries/spellchecking

2006-10-11 Thread Erik Norgaard
Michael S wrote: Good day all. I am trying to install additional dictionaries for spellcking in OpenOffice. Trying to do so using File - Wizards - Install new dictionaries yielded no results. Which is the correct way to do it? Check ports/editors/ooodict-all Cheers, Erik -- Ph: +34.666334818

Re: libcrypto(3) and statically linked ports....

2006-10-11 Thread Lee Capps
Hi, On Oct 11, 2006, at 10:27 AM, Eric Schuele wrote: Hello, Given the recent openssl advisory, and the note within: NOTE: Any third-party applications, including those installed from the FreeBSD ports collection, which are statically linked to libcrypto(3) should be recompiled in order to

Re: Getting started with FreeBSD

2006-10-11 Thread Jerry McAllister
On Wed, Oct 11, 2006 at 11:53:04AM +0800, ke han wrote: Patrick, Since you are already knowledgeable of X-11 apps on slackware, this opinion may not concern you. My opinion of FreeBSD is do not try to configure X-11 desktops and apps with it. Its just too much effort. I have the same

Re: dictionaries/spellchecking

2006-10-11 Thread Michael S
Looks like the port is marked as IGNORE. portupgrade -NP editors/ooodict-all [Updating the pkgdb format:bdb_btree in /var/db/pkg ... - 298 packages found (-0 +1) . done] ** Port marked as IGNORE: editors/ooodict-all: is marked as broken: Size mismatch --- Erik Norgaard [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: custom kernel, make buildkernel and then?

2006-10-11 Thread Harrison Peter CSA BIRKENHEAD
Date: Wed, 11 Oct 2006 11:50:57 +0200 (CEST) From: Zbigniew Szalbot [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: custom kernel, make buildkernel and then? To: Erik Norgaard [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org Message-ID: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Content-Type: TEXT/PLAIN; charset=US-ASCII; format=flowed

Re: dictionaries/spellchecking

2006-10-11 Thread Erik Norgaard
Michael S wrote: Looks like the port is marked as IGNORE. portupgrade -NP editors/ooodict-all [Updating the pkgdb format:bdb_btree in /var/db/pkg ... - 298 packages found (-0 +1) . done] ** Port marked as IGNORE: editors/ooodict-all: is marked as broken: Size mismatch If it's just a

Re: Getting started with FreeBSD

2006-10-11 Thread Jerry McAllister
On Wed, Oct 11, 2006 at 08:45:56AM -0500, cothrige wrote: * Tore Lund ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: I wondered about the same thing some time ago. I was told by one of the gurus to try packages-6-stable, which would most likely work with 6.1-RELEASE. So I tried to fetch the latest

Re: libcrypto(3) and statically linked ports....

2006-10-11 Thread Eric Schuele
On 10/11/2006 09:46, Lee Capps wrote: Hi, On Oct 11, 2006, at 10:27 AM, Eric Schuele wrote: Hello, Given the recent openssl advisory, and the note within: NOTE: Any third-party applications, including those installed from the FreeBSD ports collection, which are statically linked to

Re: custom kernel, make buildkernel and then?

2006-10-11 Thread Zbigniew Szalbot
Hello, On Wed, 11 Oct 2006, Harrison Peter CSA BIRKENHEAD wrote: This is the message I usually see at the end of building world (ie. following the command make buildworld). Are you sure you typed make buildkernel? Otherwise, that would explain why you don't see the kernel you built. I am

ntpd with flags in rc.conf

2006-10-11 Thread Zbigniew Szalbot
Hello, I read this in the handbook: To ensure the NTP server is started at boot time, add the line ntpd_enable=YES to /etc/rc.conf. If you wish to pass additional flags to ntpd(8), edit the ntpd_flags parameter in /etc/rc.conf. Now, I understand that the additional flag may be for example

Re: ntpd with flags in rc.conf

2006-10-11 Thread Sang-Kil (Sam) Suh
On Wed, Oct 11, 2006 at 07:28:15PM +0200, Zbigniew Szalbot wrote: Hello, I read this in the handbook: To ensure the NTP server is started at boot time, add the line ntpd_enable=YES to /etc/rc.conf. If you wish to pass additional flags to ntpd(8), edit the ntpd_flags parameter in

Re: ntpd with flags in rc.conf

2006-10-11 Thread Duane Hill
Hello Zbigniew, Wednesday, October 11, 2006, 5:28:15 PM, you wrote: Hello, I read this in the handbook: To ensure the NTP server is started at boot time, add the line ntpd_enable=YES to /etc/rc.conf. If you wish to pass additional flags to ntpd(8), edit the ntpd_flags parameter in

Re: Getting started with FreeBSD

2006-10-11 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2006-10-11 01:20, cothrige [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: * Garrett Cooper ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: I find it interesting that a former Slackware user would be complaining about compiling stuff, but you probably used slapt-get to update your packages. Well, I am probably coming off whiny.

Re: ntpd with flags in rc.conf

2006-10-11 Thread Alex Zbyslaw
Zbigniew Szalbot wrote: I read this in the handbook: To ensure the NTP server is started at boot time, add the line ntpd_enable=YES to /etc/rc.conf. If you wish to pass additional flags to ntpd(8), edit the ntpd_flags parameter in /etc/rc.conf. Now, I understand that the additional flag

Re: Getting started with FreeBSD

2006-10-11 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2006-10-11 08:45, cothrige [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: * Tore Lund ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: I wondered about the same thing some time ago. I was told by one of the gurus to try packages-6-stable, which would most likely work with 6.1-RELEASE. So I tried to fetch the latest Firefox

Re: optimal kernel options for VMWARE guest system

2006-10-11 Thread Jeff Dickens
Jeff Dickens wrote: John Nielsen wrote: On Tuesday 03 October 2006 12:58, Jeff Dickens wrote: I have some Freebsd systems that are running as VMware guests. I'd like to configure their kernels so as to minimize the overhead on the VMware host system. After reading and partially digesting

Re: kernel: calcru: negative runtime of -604787 usec for pid 16 (yarrow) messages..

2006-10-11 Thread Rudy
Rob G. asked about calcru: negative runtime on Sun, 24 Sep 2006 13:14:27 and was not answered. Well, I too have PDSMi+ motherboards and am getting the same error. What is this error? Is anyone else using the SuperMicro PDSMi+ motherboards with success? I am running '6.1-RELEASE FreeBSD'

Re: idle auto logoff

2006-10-11 Thread Wayne
Noah wrote: cannot figure out what is auto logging me off when I am idled on the machine. How are you talking to the machine? Is it on the same LAN segment as the host you're connecting from? (guessing you're using telnet or ssh) If you're going through some kind of router, esp a NAT one,

Re: kernel: calcru: negative runtime of -604787 usec for pid 16 (yarrow) messages..

2006-10-11 Thread Bill Moran
In response to Rudy [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Rob G. asked about calcru: negative runtime on Sun, 24 Sep 2006 13:14:27 and was not answered. Well, I too have PDSMi+ motherboards and am getting the same error. What is this error? This is usually related to the following FAQ entry:

keyboard detected but it's unplugged.

2006-10-11 Thread Tuareg
Hi all... Well.. what is happening? We have a server, IBM XSeries 346, with 6.1 Release wit a new kenerl compiled. Modified the BIOS to keyboardless [ENABLED] created boot.config with -P. Reboot the server and besides the keyboard is unplugged, we always get the message: boot.config: -P

Is OpenNTPD better than the included NTPD?

2006-10-11 Thread Rob
I don't plan on allowing anyone to connect to my machine or use it as a NTPD server. I see that OpenNTPD (OpenBSD's version) by default doesn't listen on any IP/port and seems a little more secure. Is this a good one to use over the included one in FreeBSD, or is there something better?

Re: Is OpenNTPD better than the included NTPD?

2006-10-11 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Wed, Oct 11, 2006 at 03:31:47PM -0400, Rob wrote: I don't plan on allowing anyone to connect to my machine or use it as a NTPD server. I see that OpenNTPD (OpenBSD's version) by default doesn't listen on any IP/port and seems a little more secure. Is this a good one to use over the

Using external USB2.0 HDD for backup

2006-10-11 Thread Toomas Aas
Hello! Does anyone have good experience using external USB 2.0 HDD for backup with FreeBSD 6? My current server is FreeBSD 4.11 and I've been using Amanda with external HDDs that connect over FireWire for past ~3 years. This setup has been rock solid. Back when I was building it, I chose

NIS ypserv problem with client ypbind

2006-10-11 Thread Simon Gao
Hi, We are running a NIS server on FreeBSD 4.7. Clients running Gentoo can not bind to the server. The ypbind on Gentoo client is ypbind-1.19.1-r1. Tests with NIS servrs running on Gentoo and Redhat machines do not show any problem with the same Gentoo clients. I tried to find version of

Re: Is OpenNTPD better than the included NTPD?

2006-10-11 Thread Chuck Swiger
On Oct 11, 2006, at 12:31 PM, Rob wrote: I don't plan on allowing anyone to connect to my machine or use it as a NTPD server. I see that OpenNTPD (OpenBSD's version) by default doesn't listen on any IP/port and seems a little more secure. OpenNTPD doesn't work-- ie, synchronize your clock--

Re: Using external USB2.0 HDD for backup

2006-10-11 Thread Colin Percival
Toomas Aas wrote: Does anyone have good experience using external USB 2.0 HDD for backup with FreeBSD 6? Yes. I have a 250GB Seagate drive inside a Vantec NexStar3 USB enclosure and it works quite well -- the performance is slightly worse than the raw drive specs, but at 25 MB/s transfer rate

Re: Is OpenNTPD better than the included NTPD?

2006-10-11 Thread Gábor Kövesdán
Kris Kennaway wrote: On Wed, Oct 11, 2006 at 03:31:47PM -0400, Rob wrote: I don't plan on allowing anyone to connect to my machine or use it as a NTPD server. I see that OpenNTPD (OpenBSD's version) by default doesn't listen on any IP/port and seems a little more secure. Is this a good one

Re: Is OpenNTPD better than the included NTPD?

2006-10-11 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Wed, Oct 11, 2006 at 10:14:56PM +0200, G?bor K?vesd?n wrote: Kris Kennaway wrote: On Wed, Oct 11, 2006 at 03:31:47PM -0400, Rob wrote: I don't plan on allowing anyone to connect to my machine or use it as a NTPD server. I see that OpenNTPD (OpenBSD's version) by default doesn't listen

Is 6.2(beta) running ok? 6.2 realease date ok?

2006-10-11 Thread Bill-Schoolcraft
Hello Family, Just wanting to check on how the latest beta of 6.2 is running and if anyone knows of any major delays in the release of 6.2. -- Bill Schoolcraft * Unix System Engineer ~ When a fly lands on the ceiling, does it do a half roll or a half loop?

Re: Is 6.2(beta) running ok? 6.2 realease date ok?

2006-10-11 Thread Bill Moran
In response to Bill-Schoolcraft [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hello Family, Just wanting to check on how the latest beta of 6.2 is running and if anyone knows of any major delays in the release of 6.2. There are some pretty serious problems with the Broadcom network drivers that are being diligently

Re: Is 6.2(beta) running ok? 6.2 realease date ok?

2006-10-11 Thread eoghan
On 11 Oct 2006, at 21:28, Bill-Schoolcraft wrote: Hello Family, Just wanting to check on how the latest beta of 6.2 is running and if anyone knows of any major delays in the release of 6.2. -- Bill Schoolcraft * Unix System Engineer not sure about delays and such but the release schedule

Logitech optical mouse w/ scroll wheel

2006-10-11 Thread William Tracy
Hello, I thought I'd document my experiences with my Logitech optical USB mouse under FreeBSD 6.1 release 1 so that maybe it will help the next person hunting with Google. :-) First off, the moused configuration in sysinstall gave me a headache. Whenever I tried to test a configuration, the

Re: Logitech optical mouse w/ scroll wheel

2006-10-11 Thread William Tracy
I thought I'd document my experiences with my Logitech optical USB mouse under FreeBSD 6.1 release 1 so that maybe it will help the next person hunting with Google. :-) Actually, I guess that's FreeBSD 6.1 release 0. :-P ___

Problems with ipfw and ssh

2006-10-11 Thread Spiros Papadopoulos
Hi, I am trying to configure a firewall using ipfw for a machine running FreeBSD 5.4. Without NAT. I am nearly a newbie on this (since i never had time until now..) but still i believe i understand exactly the concepts and what needs to be done. Except the manual page and chapter 26.1 in the

Re: Problems with ipfw and ssh

2006-10-11 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
I removed freebsd-ipfw from the recipient list. Please keep `general' questions in freebsd-questions. The freebsd-ipfw list is, as far as I know, used for *development* of IPFW; not questions. On 2006-10-11 22:53, Spiros Papadopoulos [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I am trying to configure a

Value too large to be stored in data type

2006-10-11 Thread Kevin Downey
FreeBSD rincewind 6.2-PRERELEASE FreeBSD 6.2-PRERELEASE #0: Tue Oct 10 13:57:46 PDT 2006 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/ODIN32 i386 I used tar to create several tar files. Then I used growfs from the dvd+rw-tools port to burn them to a dvd. The exact command I used was growisofs -Z

Re: Problems with ipfw and ssh

2006-10-11 Thread Spiros Papadopoulos
Giorgo thanks for the immediate reply, I started yesterday playing with it / testing it, but since i want to do most of the work remotely, i stuck on this rule and feel like keep looking until i find the solution. I paste the whole script here just in case something else is wrong... Here is my

StartX casues system reboot

2006-10-11 Thread Mark Jacobs
Yesterday I was happily using x-windows on my computer. The system started acting up and frroze up. The screen had a bunch of random colors displayed. T reset system and after reboot I attempted to start xwindows again and the computer rebooted itself. This has happened every time since last

StartX casues system reboot

2006-10-11 Thread Mark Jacobs
Yesterday I was happily using x-windows on my computer. The system started acting up and frroze up. The screen had a bunch of random colors displayed. T reset system and after reboot I attempted to start xwindows again and the computer rebooted itself. This has happened every time since last

Re: Problems with ipfw and ssh

2006-10-11 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2006-10-12 00:53, Spiros Papadopoulos [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I started yesterday playing with it / testing it, but since i want to do most of the work remotely, i stuck on this rule and feel like keep looking until i find the solution. I paste the whole script here just in case something

Samba 3 port broken on 6.1-RELEASE or...?

2006-10-11 Thread Juha Saarinen
$ sudo make install clean === samba-3.0.23c,1 broken kernel API until now (7-CURRENT). *** Error code 1 Stop in /usr/ports/net/samba3. [EMAIL PROTECTED] /usr/ports/net/samba3]$ uname -a FreeBSD vim3.saarinen.org 6.1-RELEASE-p10 FreeBSD 6.1-RELEASE-p10 #3: Tue Oct 10 19:43:55 NCT 2006 [EMAIL

Re: Samba 3 port broken on 6.1-RELEASE or...?

2006-10-11 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Thu, Oct 12, 2006 at 01:01:19PM +1300, Juha Saarinen wrote: $ sudo make install clean === samba-3.0.23c,1 broken kernel API until now (7-CURRENT). *** Error code 1 Stop in /usr/ports/net/samba3. [EMAIL PROTECTED] /usr/ports/net/samba3]$ uname -a FreeBSD vim3.saarinen.org

Fwd: Samba 3 port broken on 6.1-RELEASE or...?

2006-10-11 Thread Juha Saarinen
Whoops, didn't do Reply To All. -- Forwarded message -- From: Juha Saarinen [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Oct 12, 2006 1:16 PM Subject: Re: Samba 3 port broken on 6.1-RELEASE or...? To: Kris Kennaway [EMAIL PROTECTED] On 10/12/06, Kris Kennaway [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I guess you

Re: Logitech optical mouse w/ scroll wheel

2006-10-11 Thread ajm
On Wed, Oct 11, 2006 at 02:41:43PM -0700, William Tracy wrote: I thought I'd document my experiences with my Logitech optical USB mouse under FreeBSD 6.1 release 1 so that maybe it will help the next person hunting with Google. :-) Actually, I guess that's FreeBSD 6.1 release 0. :-P In my

Re: RE : Re: RE : Re: RE : Re: RE : Re: RE : Re: cheapskate webmail interface

2006-10-11 Thread jan gestre
On 10/10/06, Desmond Coughlan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: X-No-Archive: true uninstall cyrus and install dovecot from the ports tree. its small, lightweight, and fast. are you trying to install stuff without using the ports tree? Yeah. I used to do Solaris admin (Jesus, you'd never know

Re: Problems with ipfw and ssh

2006-10-11 Thread Spiros Papadopoulos
On 12/10/06, Giorgos Keramidas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 2006-10-12 00:53, Spiros Papadopoulos [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I started yesterday playing with it / testing it, but since i want to do most of the work remotely, i stuck on this rule and feel like keep looking until i find the

Re: Problems with ipfw and ssh

2006-10-11 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2006-10-12 01:31, Spiros Papadopoulos [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 12/10/06, Giorgos Keramidas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: , | [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/home/giorgos$ su - | Password: | [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/root# ipfw -d show |

Re: StartX casues system reboot

2006-10-11 Thread [EMAIL PROTECTED]
On 10/11/06, Mark Jacobs [EMAIL PROTECTED] blurted: Yesterday I was happily using x-windows . . . reboot I attempted to start xwindows again and the computer rebooted itself. This has happened every time since last night. This is a dual boot system so I booted into windows do see if the

Re: Samba 3 port broken on 6.1-RELEASE or...?

2006-10-11 Thread Atom Powers
On 10/12/06, Kris Kennaway [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I guess you didn't really disable AIO_SUPPORT. Yes, that would seem logical but... but where is it enabled then? What's the magic to turn off AIO_SUPPORT? .if defined(WITH_AIO_SUPPORT) Make sure you don't have WITH_AIO_SUPPORT defined in

Re: Samba 3 port broken on 6.1-RELEASE or...?

2006-10-11 Thread Juha Saarinen
On 10/12/06, Atom Powers [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Make sure you don't have WITH_AIO_SUPPORT defined in your /etc/make.conf or on the command line, or in a cached samba config. (make config) Thanks, my brain was in neutral but following Kris' suggestion in a separate message to do 'make config'

Re: OOo-204rc3, package

2006-10-11 Thread Eric Schuele
On 10/10/06 16:09, Gary Kline wrote: Is there a means of downloading the 2.0.4rc3 package for openoffice? The latest on the OO website is 2.0.3. portupgrade shrugs. Try here: ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/i386/packages-6-stable/All/ Then search for

Re: NFS Client..attr caching..

2006-10-11 Thread Eric Schuele
On 10/10/06 01:38, Jeff Mohler wrote: here at work we want to compile deep trees of code on Fbsd boxes, but we are finding that the compiles on local disk are faster than via NFS (very very fast/new Netapp boxes) on the FreeBSD boxes (single spindle SATA drives). However, cross-compiling the

Question re ncurses and the various ttys

2006-10-11 Thread Murray Taylor
Hi all I've been digging around in the various man pages and havent yet found the incantations I require. Goal: to create a curses driven status screen that can run without user intervention. I want to know if it is possible to _programatically_ switch to an unused virtual tty, and then use

RE: Problems with ipfw and ssh

2006-10-11 Thread Mark Jose
Hi, Just a suggestion/query: Do you have you localhost/127.0.0.1 rules defined to allow all traffic? Cheers -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Spiros Papadopoulos Sent: Thursday, 12 October 2006 7:53 AM To: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org;

Re: Question re ncurses and the various ttys

2006-10-11 Thread perryh
I want to know if it is possible to _programatically_ switch to an unused virtual tty, and then use this as the display page. ( By unused I mean marked 'off' in /etc/ttys ) So if I set ttyv7 to off, can I launch a program (possibly from a cold boot) that selects tty7 ( ie the now getty-less

Re: OOo-204rc3, package

2006-10-11 Thread Gary Kline
On Wed, Oct 11, 2006 at 09:05:16PM -0500, Eric Schuele wrote: On 10/10/06 16:09, Gary Kline wrote: Is there a means of downloading the 2.0.4rc3 package for openoffice? The latest on the OO website is 2.0.3. portupgrade shrugs. Try here:

pf.conf + altq problem

2006-10-11 Thread Muhammad Reza
Dear list. My pf.conf not working. I have pf in bridge machine with xl2 to internet firewall and xl1 to internal switch. Bridging is ok. This my simple pf.conf me=172.16.0.228 altq on xl1 bandwidth 100% cbq queue {me,dflt} queue mebandwidth 8Kb queue dflt bandwidth 16Kb cbq

File dates on msdosfs devices

2006-10-11 Thread Ray Newman
I live in Australia and hence my timezone is set to GMT+10 and currently run FreeBSD 6.1-RELEASE. When the CMOS clock is set to GMT: When I mount a msdosfs device (camera etc) and examine using ls -la The date time reported is the actual stored on the device plus 10 hours. When the CMOS clock