Re: How to see UNICODE character number?

2007-11-14 Thread David J Brooks
On Wednesday 14 November 2007 01:17:03 am Yuri wrote: What is the easiest way to get the UNICODE number for a Chinese character? I use KDE. All programs just show the character itself when I paste it :-) Have you tried kcharselect ? David -- This message is presented in DoubleVision (where

Re: How to see UNICODE character number?

2007-11-14 Thread Yuri
All programs just show the character itself when I paste it :-) Have you tried kcharselect ? Tried it now. When I paste the character to the box in the bottom and press Enter nothing happens. I would like to see it's UNICODE number (like 9991;) But it goes the opposite way: from UNICODE

master-backup CARP issue

2007-11-14 Thread Eugene
Hello freebsd, We have two FreeBSD boxes, each one has 4 CARP interfaces in preempt mode, without arp balancing. Backup without any reason preempts Master and after a while (an hour or two) it becomes Backup again. When Backup becomes Master on Master box net.inet.carp.suppress_preempt: 1, but

Re: What server for a mail server

2007-11-14 Thread Per olof Ljungmark
Olivier Nicole wrote: Hi, I have a project where I should set-up a mail server for approximately 12000 users, 4000 virtual domains, 15000 messages per day, 700 MB traffic per day. The machine should run Postfix, courrier-imap and a web mail (probably squirel), Apache 2, spamassassin, clamav,

Re: How to see UNICODE character number?

2007-11-14 Thread David J Brooks
On Wednesday 14 November 2007 02:19:35 am Yuri wrote: All programs just show the character itself when I paste it :-) Have you tried kcharselect ? Tried it now. When I paste the character to the box in the bottom and press Enter nothing happens. I would like to see it's UNICODE number

Re: How to see UNICODE character number?

2007-11-14 Thread OutbackDingo
would utf2ascii be any help here or recode ?? both are in ports On Wed, 2007-11-14 at 03:11 -0600, David J Brooks wrote: On Wednesday 14 November 2007 02:19:35 am Yuri wrote: All programs just show the character itself when I paste it :-) Have you tried kcharselect ? Tried it now.

Re: PHP can not find core function

2007-11-14 Thread Yuri Pankov
On Wed, Nov 14, 2007 at 01:40:08AM -0500, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am trying to evaluate two php billing programs, One gives no errors, syntax or otherwise, the other fails to find the mysql_real_escape_string function. I the later case I assume I have a path problem. It seems that

Re: master-backup CARP issue

2007-11-14 Thread Girish Venkatachalam
On 09:50:51 Nov 14, Eugene wrote: Hello freebsd, We have two FreeBSD boxes, each one has 4 CARP interfaces in preempt mode, without arp balancing. Backup without any reason preempts Master and after a while (an hour or two) it becomes Backup again. When Backup becomes Master on Master

Extended FreeBSD licens

2007-11-14 Thread Rico Secada
Hi. Would it be possible for someone to add some conditions to the FreeBSD licens and then call it his extended FreeBSD licens? I mean would that be legally binding if he provided that licens with software he developed? Best regards. Rico. ___

Re: How to see UNICODE character number?

2007-11-14 Thread Jan Henrik Sylvester
On Wednesday 14 November 2007 02:19:35 am Yuri wrote: All programs just show the character itself when I paste it :-) Have you tried kcharselect ? Tried it now. When I paste the character to the box in the bottom and press Enter nothing happens. I would like to see it's UNICODE

Re: Extended FreeBSD licens

2007-11-14 Thread Ivan Voras
Rico Secada wrote: Hi. Would it be possible for someone to add some conditions to the FreeBSD licens and then call it his extended FreeBSD licens? I mean would that be legally binding if he provided that licens with software he developed? You can modify the license any way you want but

Re: master-backup CARP issue

2007-11-14 Thread Eugene
Hello Girish, Wednesday, November 14, 2007, 1:25:41 PM, Girish Venkatachalam [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: GV On 09:50:51 Nov 14, Eugene wrote: Hello freebsd, We have two FreeBSD boxes, each one has 4 CARP interfaces in preempt mode, without arp balancing. Backup without any reason

/bin/sh Can one Easily Strip Path Name from $0?

2007-11-14 Thread Martin McCormick
I am ashamed to admit that I have been writing shell scripts for about 15 years but this problem has me stumped. $0 is the shell variable which contains the script name or at least what name is linked to the script. The string in $0 may or may not contain a path, depending upon how the

Re: FreeBSD cache memory allocation

2007-11-14 Thread Ivan Voras
icantthinkofone wrote: Someone I can't stand said this about FreeBSD. Though I know C, I don't know anything about it and would love to respond. [QUOTE]The kernel is really lacking some features. They need a method to set precise type of memory cache but BSD doesn't provide way to specify

Tkinter Libraries Needed

2007-11-14 Thread tonylabarbara
Hi; After a second googling, I discovered the reason I can't install the Python Imaging Library (PIL) appears to be because I need some development libraries...that I can't find in the ports. I'm running FBSD 5.5. I´ve installed Zope 2.10.5 on top of Python 2.4.2 (not optimal, but it will work,

Re: /bin/sh Can one Easily Strip Path Name from $0?

2007-11-14 Thread Erik Trulsson
On Wed, Nov 14, 2007 at 09:08:57AM -0600, Martin McCormick wrote: I am ashamed to admit that I have been writing shell scripts for about 15 years but this problem has me stumped. $0 is the shell variable which contains the script name or at least what name is linked to the script. The

Re: Tkinter Libraries Needed

2007-11-14 Thread Vince
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi; After a second googling, I discovered the reason I can't install the Python Imaging Library (PIL) appears to be because I need some development libraries...that I can't find in the ports. I'm running FBSD 5.5. I´ve installed Zope 2.10.5 on top of Python 2.4.2

Re: What server for a mail server

2007-11-14 Thread Ivan Voras
Olivier Nicole wrote: Hi, I have a project where I should set-up a mail server for approximately 12000 users, 4000 virtual domains, 15000 messages per day, 700 MB traffic per day. Depending on how you interpret this information, its load is not that high - this amounts to something like 10

Re: master-backup CARP issue

2007-11-14 Thread Girish Venkatachalam
On 15:23:49 Nov 14, Eugene wrote: No, actually i haven't tried to play with advskew and advbase parameters, and I'll give it a try, thanks. I'll report results if it helps. Yes, NIC's seemed to be reliable. If I should try a different NIC then which one should I switch, all 4? I dunno

Re: /bin/sh Can one Easily Strip Path Name from $0?

2007-11-14 Thread Bill Moran
In response to Martin McCormick [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I am ashamed to admit that I have been writing shell scripts for about 15 years but this problem has me stumped. $0 is the shell variable which contains the script name or at least what name is linked to the script. The string in $0 may

Re: /bin/sh Can one Easily Strip Path Name from $0?

2007-11-14 Thread Vince
Martin McCormick wrote: I am ashamed to admit that I have been writing shell scripts for about 15 years but this problem has me stumped. $0 is the shell variable which contains the script name or at least what name is linked to the script. The string in $0 may or may not contain a path,

Re: PHP can not find core function

2007-11-14 Thread doug
On Wed, 14 Nov 2007, Yuri Pankov wrote: On Wed, Nov 14, 2007 at 01:40:08AM -0500, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am trying to evaluate two php billing programs, One gives no errors, syntax or otherwise, the other fails to find the mysql_real_escape_string function. I the later case I assume I

RT256x PCMCIA card under 7.0-BETA2 (repost from [EMAIL PROTECTED], to get a broader audience)

2007-11-14 Thread Heiko Wundram (Beenic)
Hi all! I just recently bought a RT2561C based (at least I think so) wireless card, which is also happily recognized by the ral-driver: ral0: Ralink Technology RT2561 mem 0x8800-0x88007fff irq 17 at device 0.0 on cardbus0 ral0: MAC/BBP RT2561C, RF RT2527 ral0: Ethernet address:

Dell PE4600 RAID5 server failing

2007-11-14 Thread Barnaby Scott
I suspect I already know the answer to this, which is that the trouble I am having is nothing to do with the OS at all, but I have to ask, because I am otherwise up against a total brick wall! I bought a second-hand Dell Poweredge 4600 and installed FreeBSD 6.2 earlier this year. I had it set

jails in 6.3 and 7.0

2007-11-14 Thread Jonathan Horne
I was reading a while back that the jails tcp system was getting an overhaul, possibly in the 7.0 release. I don't remember all the particulars, but things along the lines to make jails function even more like a real (independant) system. I believe one of the improvments might have been a

Re: Postfix, dns, and hosts.allow

2007-11-14 Thread Pollywog
On Wednesday 14 November 2007 05:01:58 jekillen wrote: Hello: I have a question about Postfix and hosts.allow: Sendmail and exim are mentioned in the file and I assume that Sendmail would refer to Postfix sendmail as well as Sendmail. But Since Postfix runs smtp.d, how would I do Postfix

Re: Tkinter Libraries Needed

2007-11-14 Thread Vince
Hmm you could try pkg_delete py24-imaging-1.1.5 and see if that works better (may need -f) I tend to use portupgrade though. Vince [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Right. I tried that a while back and forgot I had. This is what I get: server726# cd /usr/ports/graphics/py-imaging server726# make

Jails and multicore boxes

2007-11-14 Thread Matt Fioravante
I've heard that things like freebsd jails or solaris zones can still be insecure on multicore boxes because a race condition can occur. I don't know more details about it other than that. Is this true now on freebsd? Also, I have a home server which I'm considering running apache, bind, dhcp,

Re: FreeBSD cache memory allocation

2007-11-14 Thread icantthinkofone
Ivan Voras wrote: icantthinkofone wrote: Someone I can't stand said this about FreeBSD. Though I know C, I don't know anything about it and would love to respond. [QUOTE]The kernel is really lacking some features. They need a method to set precise type of memory cache but BSD doesn't

Re: /bin/sh Can one Easily Strip Path Name from $0?

2007-11-14 Thread Martin McCormick
The basename utility does the trick. Thanks to all of you who answered. Martin ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Tkinter Libraries Needed

2007-11-14 Thread tonylabarbara
Right. I tried that a while back and forgot I had. This is what I get: server726# cd /usr/ports/graphics/py-imaging server726# make install clean ===  Installing for py24-imaging-1.1.5 ===   py24-imaging-1.1.5 depends on file: /usr/local/lib/python2.4/site-packages/_tkinter.so - found ===  

Re: Dell PE4600 RAID5 server failing

2007-11-14 Thread Derek Ragona
At 09:00 AM 11/14/2007, Barnaby Scott wrote: I suspect I already know the answer to this, which is that the trouble I am having is nothing to do with the OS at all, but I have to ask, because I am otherwise up against a total brick wall! I bought a second-hand Dell Poweredge 4600 and

Re: Tkinter Libraries Needed

2007-11-14 Thread Manolis Kiagias
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Right. I tried that a while back and forgot I had. This is what I get: server726# cd /usr/ports/graphics/py-imaging server726# make install clean === Installing for py24-imaging-1.1.5 === py24-imaging-1.1.5 depends on file:

Re: PHP can not find core function

2007-11-14 Thread doug
On Wed, 14 Nov 2007, Yuri Pankov wrote: On Wed, Nov 14, 2007 at 01:40:08AM -0500, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am trying to evaluate two php billing programs, One gives no errors, syntax or otherwise, the other fails to find the mysql_real_escape_string function. I the later case I assume I

Re: FreeBSD cache memory allocation

2007-11-14 Thread Heiko Wundram (Beenic)
Am Mittwoch, 14. November 2007 17:04:37 schrieb icantthinkofone: Ivan Voras wrote: icantthinkofone wrote: Someone I can't stand said this about FreeBSD. Though I know C, I don't know anything about it and would love to respond. [QUOTE]The kernel is really lacking some features. They need

Re: How to see UNICODE character number?

2007-11-14 Thread Richard Tobin
What is the easiest way to get the UNICODE number for a Chinese character? I use KDE. All programs just show the character itself when I paste it :-) Try http://www.cogsci.ed.ac.uk/~richard/utf-8.html Paste it into the box and select Interpret as Character. -- Richard

Re: shell programming

2007-11-14 Thread Bill Banks
What am I doing wrough here: #!/bin/sh $DAYN='/bin/date +%a' + _master.sql mysqldump master $DAYN Wojciech Puchar wrote: dayoftheweek=`date +%w` On Fri, 9 Nov 2007, Bill Banks wrote: I'm writing a backup script. I need to get the day of the week into a variable. How can I do it? --

Re: shell programming

2007-11-14 Thread Bill Banks
thanks Bill Moran wrote: In response to Bill Banks [EMAIL PROTECTED]: What am I doing wrough here: #!/bin/sh $DAYN='/bin/date +%a' + _master.sql mysqldump master $DAYN Those look to be single quotes and not backquotes. (backquote is the upper left key on most keyboards)

Re: shell programming

2007-11-14 Thread Bill Moran
In response to Bill Banks [EMAIL PROTECTED]: What am I doing wrough here: #!/bin/sh $DAYN='/bin/date +%a' + _master.sql mysqldump master $DAYN Those look to be single quotes and not backquotes. (backquote is the upper left key on most keyboards) Wojciech Puchar wrote:

Re: /usr/bin/whatis replaced by a script (correct?)

2007-11-14 Thread Peo Nilsson
On Tue, 2007-11-06 at 17:54 +0100, Peo Nilsson wrote: On Mon, 2007-11-05 at 22:31 -0500, Lowell Gilbert wrote: Peo Nilsson [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: When running rkhunter 1.3.0 I get those warnings: ...snip /usr/bin/whatis' has been replaced by a script: /usr/bin/whatis:

Re: Tkinter Libraries Needed

2007-11-14 Thread tonylabarbara
That worked! Thank you :) Tony /usr/ports/graphics/py-imaging -Original Message- From: Manolis Kiagias [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org Sent: Wed, 14 Nov 2007 12:19 pm Subject: Re: Tkinter Libraries Needed [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:? Right. I tried that a while

Installing ports to /usr

2007-11-14 Thread Matt Fioravante
Would there be any negative ramifications to installing ports in /usr instead of /usr/local? Like could they potentially clobber system binaries and other files or is this pretty safe to do? ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: Dell PE4600 RAID5 server failing

2007-11-14 Thread Barnaby Scott
Derek Ragona wrote: At 09:00 AM 11/14/2007, Barnaby Scott wrote: I suspect I already know the answer to this, which is that the trouble I am having is nothing to do with the OS at all, but I have to ask, because I am otherwise up against a total brick wall! I bought a second-hand Dell

RE: shell programming

2007-11-14 Thread Barry Byrne
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Bill Banks Sent: 14 November 2007 17:25 To: FreeBSD Questions Subject: Re: shell programming What am I doing wrough here: #!/bin/sh $DAYN='/bin/date +%a' + _master.sql mysqldump master $DAYN

Can anyone recommend an external firewire-based drive?

2007-11-14 Thread Doug Poland
Hello, I'm looking for an external, firewire-based, hard-drive from which to run FreeBSD 7.0 (i386). Ideally, I'd boot from this device as well, but I'm not sure if FreeBSD (or my BIOS) supports booting from firewire. Can anyone recommend a manufacturer and/or model? -- Regards, Doug

Gateway problem

2007-11-14 Thread Alaor Barroso de Carvalho Neto
Hi, I have some troubles building my internet gateway to my network. I already have a gateway machine running under linux, with two interfaces eth0 (192.168.1.1) and eth1 (external world), but I installed a new server running FreeBSD6.2 with ipfilter and squid, in the test time with had the ip

Re: Installing ports to /usr

2007-11-14 Thread Jonathan Chen
On Wed, Nov 14, 2007 at 01:05:39PM -0500, Matt Fioravante wrote: Would there be any negative ramifications to installing ports in /usr instead of /usr/local? Like could they potentially clobber system binaries and other files or is this pretty safe to do? It's not safe, for the reasons that

Re: /bin/sh Can one Easily Strip Path Name from $0?

2007-11-14 Thread Michaël Grünewald
Martin McCormick [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I am ashamed to admit that I have been writing shell scripts for about 15 years but this problem has me stumped. $0 is the shell variable which contains the script name or at least what name is linked to the script. The string in $0 may or may

Re: Jails and multicore boxes

2007-11-14 Thread Erik Cederstrand
Matt Fioravante wrote: I've heard that things like freebsd jails or solaris zones can still be insecure on multicore boxes because a race condition can occur. I don't know more details about it other than that. Is this true now on freebsd? There's always the possibility that a bug exists which

Re: jails in 6.3 and 7.0

2007-11-14 Thread Erik Cederstrand
Jonathan Horne wrote: I was reading a while back that the jails tcp system was getting an overhaul, possibly in the 7.0 release. I don't remember all the particulars, but things along the lines to make jails function even more like a real (independant) system. I believe one of the improvments

RE: Dell PE4600 RAID5 server failing

2007-11-14 Thread Tamouh H.
Derek Ragona wrote: At 09:00 AM 11/14/2007, Barnaby Scott wrote: I suspect I already know the answer to this, which is that the trouble I am having is nothing to do with the OS at all, but I have to ask, because I am otherwise up against a total brick wall! I bought a

Gcc Problems

2007-11-14 Thread Mike Fahey
Freebsd4.10 When I try to compile any problem I get the following error. Any suggestions? Thanks. helpers/dummy.c:1: syntax error before `/' Here is a sample trying to build any port. make === wget-1.10.2_1 depends on file: /usr/local/lib/libcrypto.so.4 - found === wget-1.10.2_1

Re: FreeBSD cache memory allocation

2007-11-14 Thread icantthinkofone
Heiko Wundram (Beenic) wrote: Am Mittwoch, 14. November 2007 17:04:37 schrieb icantthinkofone: Ivan Voras wrote: icantthinkofone wrote: Someone I can't stand said this about FreeBSD. Though I know C, I don't know anything about it and would love to respond. [QUOTE]The kernel

Re: Installing ports to /usr

2007-11-14 Thread Jerry McAllister
On Wed, Nov 14, 2007 at 01:05:39PM -0500, Matt Fioravante wrote: Would there be any negative ramifications to installing ports in /usr instead of /usr/local? Like could they potentially clobber system binaries and other files or is this pretty safe to do? You break the 'standard'

Re: Installing ports to /usr

2007-11-14 Thread Josh Carroll
Would there be any negative ramifications to installing ports in /usr instead of /usr/local? Like could they potentially clobber system binaries and other files or is this pretty safe to do? More importantly, why do you want/need to do this? I personally like the separation of world and ports.

Re: Installing ports to /usr

2007-11-14 Thread Lars Eighner
On Wed, 14 Nov 2007, Matt Fioravante wrote: Would there be any negative ramifications to installing ports in /usr instead of /usr/local? Like could they potentially clobber system binaries and other files or is this pretty safe to do? I know of a few name conflicts that can occur in certain

Re: Can anyone recommend an external firewire-based drive?

2007-11-14 Thread David Kelly
On Wed, Nov 14, 2007 at 12:09:47PM -0600, Doug Poland wrote: Hello, I'm looking for an external, firewire-based, hard-drive from which to run FreeBSD 7.0 (i386). Ideally, I'd boot from this device as well, but I'm not sure if FreeBSD (or my BIOS) supports booting from firewire. Can

Re: How to see UNICODE character number?

2007-11-14 Thread Yuri
Thank you Richard, This URL does the trick. But it's still strange that there's no GUI utility in KDE or just X that would do it. Yuri Quoting Richard Tobin [EMAIL PROTECTED]: What is the easiest way to get the UNICODE number for a Chinese character? Try

Re: Xorg impossible problems

2007-11-14 Thread Dino Vliet
Toni Schmidbauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: At Sat, 22 Sep 2007 02:43:11 -0700 (PDT), Dino Vliet wrote: from time to time, Xorg crashes and won't restart (especially when I'm using firefox) and I have found firefox.core, gnash.core and metacity.core files in my home directory afterwards i

Can you help about script

2007-11-14 Thread ann kok
Hi all I don't have idea how to write this script, please help I have thousand records in this format indexed by FileNo. FileNo:001 Name: NameA Address1: AddressA1 Address2: AddressA2 Phone: PhoneA Created by I need to write a script to replace those Fields eg: (NameA

Re: Port GUI Config

2007-11-14 Thread Manolis Kiagias
Donovan R. Palmer wrote: I went to compile a programme in the port tree tonight. When I did so, a GUI popped up with different options. No probs. However, later I decided I wanted to compile it with different options. When I go to compile it, the GUI doesn't pop up any more, so I assume

Re: Port GUI Config

2007-11-14 Thread Philip M. Gollucci
Donovan R. Palmer wrote: I went to compile a programme in the port tree tonight. When I did so, a GUI popped up with different options. No probs. However, later I decided I wanted to compile it with different options. When I go to compile it, the GUI doesn't pop up any more, so I assume it

Re: Can you help about script

2007-11-14 Thread James
At 12:07 PM 11/14/2007, ann kok wrote: Hi all I don't have idea how to write this script, please help I have thousand records in this format indexed by FileNo. FileNo:001 Name: NameA Address1: AddressA1 Address2: AddressA2 Phone: PhoneA Created by I need to write a script to

Re: jails in 6.3 and 7.0

2007-11-14 Thread Kris Kennaway
Jonathan Horne wrote: I was reading a while back that the jails tcp system was getting an overhaul, possibly in the 7.0 release. I don't remember all the particulars, but things along the lines to make jails function even more like a real (independant) system. I believe one of the

Re: Port GUI Config

2007-11-14 Thread Bahman M.
On 2007-11-14 Donovan R. Palmer wrote: I went to compile a programme in the port tree tonight. When I did so, a GUI popped up with different options. No probs. However, later I decided I wanted to compile it with different options. When I go to compile it, the GUI doesn't pop up any more, so

Re: Can anyone recommend an external firewire-based drive?

2007-11-14 Thread George Hartzell
David Kelly writes: On Wed, Nov 14, 2007 at 12:09:47PM -0600, Doug Poland wrote: Hello, I'm looking for an external, firewire-based, hard-drive from which to run FreeBSD 7.0 (i386). Ideally, I'd boot from this device as well, but I'm not sure if FreeBSD (or my BIOS) supports

Re: Can you help about script

2007-11-14 Thread Tino Engel
ann kok schrieb: Hi all I don't have idea how to write this script, please help I have thousand records in this format indexed by FileNo. FileNo:001 Name: NameA Address1: AddressA1 Address2: AddressA2 Phone: PhoneA Created by I need to write a script to replace those Fields

Port GUI Config

2007-11-14 Thread Donovan R. Palmer
I went to compile a programme in the port tree tonight. When I did so, a GUI popped up with different options. No probs. However, later I decided I wanted to compile it with different options. When I go to compile it, the GUI doesn't pop up any more, so I assume it is using the options I

Re: Xorg impossible problems

2007-11-14 Thread Coleman Kane
Dino Vliet wrote: Toni Schmidbauer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: At Sat, 22 Sep 2007 02:43:11 -0700 (PDT), Dino Vliet wrote: from time to time, Xorg crashes and won't restart (especially when I'm using firefox) and I have found firefox.core, gnash.core and metacity.core files in my home

FreeBSD 7.0 Beta-2 can't find INDEX

2007-11-14 Thread Friedrich, Steven
I tried to install FreeBSD 7.0 Beta-2 from the bootonly iso and from CD1 iso. The bootonly iso installs over the net and failed to fetch the INDEX when trying to install ports, i.e., xorg, etc. CD1 did the same thing. Is this a known problem? I tried to search the mailing list archives and the

RE: Port GUI Config

2007-11-14 Thread Barry Byrne
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Donovan R. Palmer Sent: 14 November 2007 20:19 To: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org Subject: Port GUI Config I went to compile a programme in the port tree tonight. When I did so, a GUI popped

Re: FreeBSD 7.0 Beta-2 can't find INDEX

2007-11-14 Thread Kris Kennaway
Friedrich, Steven wrote: I tried to install FreeBSD 7.0 Beta-2 from the bootonly iso and from CD1 iso. The bootonly iso installs over the net and failed to fetch the INDEX when trying to install ports, i.e., xorg, etc. CD1 did the same thing. Is this a known problem? Yes, packages are only

cups builds on one, but rejected by another?

2007-11-14 Thread Jonathan Horne
my jails server (6.2-p8) just ran portupgrade fine, and cups was one of its items it updated: [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]# pkg_info | grep cups- cups-base-1.3.3_2 Common UNIX Printing System but my 7.0-b2 desktop, refuses to build the same package: === cups-base-1.3.3_2 has known vulnerabilities:

7.0, make buildworld without contrib. old top binary in contrib.

2007-11-14 Thread Robert Huff
peceka writes: can someone tell me if there is any possibility to do make buildworld without compiling all contrib/ directory? I don't need for example bind9 in base, ipfilter, lukemftp(d). huff@ grep NO /etc/make.conf #NO_BOOT= true# do not build boot blocks and loader #NO_CVS=

Re: cups builds on one, but rejected by another?

2007-11-14 Thread Kris Kennaway
Jonathan Horne wrote: On Wednesday 14 November 2007 03:39:47 pm Jonathan Horne wrote: my jails server (6.2-p8) just ran portupgrade fine, and cups was one of its items it updated: [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]# pkg_info | grep cups- cups-base-1.3.3_2 Common UNIX Printing System but my 7.0-b2

Re: 7.0, make buildworld without contrib. old top binary in contrib.

2007-11-14 Thread Philip M. Gollucci
peceka wrote: Hi, And why in /usr/src/contrib is very old top binary, 3.5beta12? On http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/unixtop there is top-3.7beta2 where ie. -c option, very helpful, works. B/C there have been substantial changes in both top and in the top in FreeBSD base system. I was

Re: 7.0, make buildworld without contrib. old top binary in contrib.

2007-11-14 Thread Yuri Pankov
On Wed, Nov 14, 2007 at 10:21:01PM +0100, peceka wrote: Hi, can someone tell me if there is any possibility to do make buildworld without compiling all contrib/ directory? I don't need for example bind9 in base, ipfilter, lukemftp(d). Check src.conf(5) manpage. And why in /usr/src/contrib

7.0, make buildworld without contrib. old top binary in contrib.

2007-11-14 Thread peceka
Hi, can someone tell me if there is any possibility to do make buildworld without compiling all contrib/ directory? I don't need for example bind9 in base, ipfilter, lukemftp(d). And why in /usr/src/contrib is very old top binary, 3.5beta12? On http://www.sourceforge.net/projects/unixtop there is

RE: Dell PE4600 RAID5 server failing

2007-11-14 Thread Derek Ragona
At 12:12 PM 11/14/2007, Tamouh H. wrote: Derek Ragona wrote: At 09:00 AM 11/14/2007, Barnaby Scott wrote: I suspect I already know the answer to this, which is that the trouble I am having is nothing to do with the OS at all, but I have to ask, because I am otherwise up against a

Re: cups builds on one, but rejected by another?

2007-11-14 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Wednesday 14 November 2007 03:39:47 pm Jonathan Horne wrote: my jails server (6.2-p8) just ran portupgrade fine, and cups was one of its items it updated: [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]# pkg_info | grep cups- cups-base-1.3.3_2 Common UNIX Printing System but my 7.0-b2 desktop, refuses to build

Re: 7.0, make buildworld without contrib. old top binary in contrib.

2007-11-14 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Nov 14), peceka said: Hi, can someone tell me if there is any possibility to do make buildworld without compiling all contrib/ directory? I don't need for example bind9 in base, ipfilter, lukemftp(d). And why in /usr/src/contrib is very old top binary, 3.5beta12? On

Re: Port GUI Config

2007-11-14 Thread Bahman M.
On 2007-11-14 Donovan R. Palmer wrote: I went to compile a programme in the port tree tonight. When I did so, a GUI popped up with different options. No probs. However, later I decided I wanted to compile it with different options. When I go to compile it, the GUI doesn't pop up any more, so

Re: cups builds on one, but rejected by another?

2007-11-14 Thread Kurt Buff
On 11/14/07, Jonathan Horne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wednesday 14 November 2007 03:57:26 pm Kris Kennaway wrote: Jonathan Horne wrote: On Wednesday 14 November 2007 03:39:47 pm Jonathan Horne wrote: my jails server (6.2-p8) just ran portupgrade fine, and cups was one of its items it

python25 core dumps

2007-11-14 Thread David J Brooks
Since upgrading to 7.0-BETA2 most of my python based programs fail with Segmentation fault: 11 (core dumped). It seems to be limited to gui based programs using Gtk or Qt. Any idea what's going on there? Hints on how to analyze the python.core files would be helpful too. David -- This message

Re: cups builds on one, but rejected by another?

2007-11-14 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Wednesday 14 November 2007 03:57:26 pm Kris Kennaway wrote: Jonathan Horne wrote: On Wednesday 14 November 2007 03:39:47 pm Jonathan Horne wrote: my jails server (6.2-p8) just ran portupgrade fine, and cups was one of its items it updated: [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]# pkg_info | grep cups-

Socket programming question

2007-11-14 Thread Andrew Falanga
Hi, My question has to do with how someone would find out if a call to socket(2) actually produced a socket. I know that the API works, I've programmed with it many times, but is there a way to find out if 's' returned by socket(2) is actually valid in whatever kernel structure it is stored? I

Re: One Laptop Per Child

2007-11-14 Thread Chad Perrin
On Tue, Nov 13, 2007 at 10:31:14AM -0500, Bart Silverstrim wrote: You're aware that by offering your opinion while chastising people for doing likewise, you're contributing to the topic you're chastising, right? Actually . . . I thought the points were made well. I think perhaps you have a

Re: FreeBSD-7.0-Beta2 (i386) on Opteron?

2007-11-14 Thread Aryeh M. Friedman
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Sounds like you might have a corrupted installation. Did you verify the MD5 checksum on the ISO images? This is completely off topic but MD5 is not secure: http://www.infosec.sdu.edu.cn/paper/md5-attack.pdf Similar weaknesses have been found in

Re: FreeBSD-7.0-Beta2 (i386) on Opteron?

2007-11-14 Thread Kris Kennaway
Aryeh M. Friedman wrote: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Sounds like you might have a corrupted installation. Did you verify the MD5 checksum on the ISO images? This is completely off topic but MD5 is not secure: http://www.infosec.sdu.edu.cn/paper/md5-attack.pdf Similar

evolution slow on 7.0

2007-11-14 Thread James
Hi folks, first, I know the subject line is a goldmine for jokes, but I couldn't think of a better way to phrase it. Ever since I moved to FreeBSD 7.0, the evolution mail client has become ridiculously slow for me. It takes two or three minutes to start up, right clicking on a folder takes

Re: Can anyone recommend an external firewire-based drive?

2007-11-14 Thread David Kelly
On Wed, Nov 14, 2007 at 12:23:53PM -0800, George Hartzell wrote: David Kelly writes: I haven't used it with FreeBSD but my Seagate 300G works very with Macintosh. LaCie is another highly respected brand among Mac users. Are you running Mac OS X on your mac, or FreeBSD? I see little

Re: Socket programming question

2007-11-14 Thread Derek Ragona
At 04:21 PM 11/14/2007, Andrew Falanga wrote: Hi, My question has to do with how someone would find out if a call to socket(2) actually produced a socket. I know that the API works, I've programmed with it many times, but is there a way to find out if 's' returned by socket(2) is actually

Re: FreeBSD-7.0-Beta2 (i386) on Opteron?

2007-11-14 Thread Kris Kennaway
Mark Staudinger wrote: I wasn't sure if -questions or -current was the right group, but I searched both before posting. I'm trying to begin testing FreeBSD-7.0-Beta2, and I have a mixture of Intel and AMD-based machines that I work with. I'm using the i386 release. I've previously used

Re: Ports with GUI configs

2007-11-14 Thread Chad Perrin
On Mon, Nov 12, 2007 at 08:23:23PM -0500, Chuck Robey wrote: This makes a little file of descriptor words, but it's not set so a regular editor can manipulate it; the special ports program is needed to set or reset this list. All ports query this list in making the decision as to whether

FreeBSD-7.0-Beta2 (i386) on Opteron?

2007-11-14 Thread Mark Staudinger
I wasn't sure if -questions or -current was the right group, but I searched both before posting. I'm trying to begin testing FreeBSD-7.0-Beta2, and I have a mixture of Intel and AMD-based machines that I work with. I'm using the i386 release. I've previously used FreeBSD-4.9R and 6.2R for i386

Re: cups builds on one, but rejected by another?

2007-11-14 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Wednesday 14 November 2007 04:32:12 pm Kurt Buff wrote: On 11/14/07, Jonathan Horne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wednesday 14 November 2007 03:57:26 pm Kris Kennaway wrote: Jonathan Horne wrote: On Wednesday 14 November 2007 03:39:47 pm Jonathan Horne wrote: my jails server

Re: cups builds on one, but rejected by another?

2007-11-14 Thread Kurt Buff
On 11/14/07, Jonathan Horne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wednesday 14 November 2007 04:32:12 pm Kurt Buff wrote: On 11/14/07, Jonathan Horne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wednesday 14 November 2007 03:57:26 pm Kris Kennaway wrote: Jonathan Horne wrote: On Wednesday 14 November 2007

Re: cups builds on one, but rejected by another?

2007-11-14 Thread Kent Stewart
On Wednesday 14 November 2007, Jonathan Horne wrote: On Wednesday 14 November 2007 03:57:26 pm Kris Kennaway wrote: Jonathan Horne wrote: On Wednesday 14 November 2007 03:39:47 pm Jonathan Horne wrote: my jails server (6.2-p8) just ran portupgrade fine, and cups was one of its items it

Re: Socket programming question

2007-11-14 Thread Heiko Wundram (Beenic)
Am Mittwoch, 14. November 2007 23:21:43 schrieb Andrew Falanga: My question has to do with how someone would find out if a call to socket(2) actually produced a socket. I know that the API works, I've programmed with it many times, but is there a way to find out if 's' returned by socket(2)

Re: Socket programming question

2007-11-14 Thread Bruce Cran
Derek Ragona wrote: With internet sockets, these get added to the TCP stack, and their are kernel structures created too I'm sure, but I have no idea how to find those. Netstat will show sockets in use though. sockstat(1) might also be useful as it shows information about what program

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