Re: how to suspend/wake-up a FreeBSD machine?

2007-12-30 Thread Henrik Brix Andersen
On Sat, Dec 29, 2007 at 11:24:44AM -0500, Mikhail T. wrote: I managed to suspend some of my computers a few times (using either ``zzz'' or ``acpiconf -s 1''), but I could never successfully wake the system up after this, requiring a full reboot. What's the proper procedure? I tried the

Re: Ekiga runs but hangs

2007-12-30 Thread usleepless
Sergio, On Dec 28, 2007 10:06 PM, Sergio Lenzi [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Em Sex, 2007-12-28 às 12:17 +0100, [EMAIL PROTECTED] escreveu: Hello All, is anyone using ekiga? ekiga runs and connects to [EMAIL PROTECTED] ( test number ). but when i hang up, or change volume using the

Re: HP Proliant Series

2007-12-30 Thread Bahman Movaqar
On 2007-12-28 Ted Mittelstaedt wrote: We run FreeBSD64 AMD build on HP DL320 G5 and it works great. But we use the embedded SATA chip on the MB, not the HP SmartArray card. I'm interested in your experiences with the SmartArray card. Does anybody have some experience with HP

installing linux after freebsd (multi-boot)

2007-12-30 Thread अनुज
Hello , I have freebsd6.2 installed with Fedora core 7 and rhe4. I am installing rhel5 , when linux installation process starts I get an error of /dev/hdc1 busy , can not report to kernel about partition layout. In the past I installed linux then FreeBSD. Is there some method that rhel5

Re: IPFW: Blocking me out. How to debug?

2007-12-30 Thread Ian Smith
On Sat, 29 Dec 2007, W. D. wrote: At 08:49 12/22/2007, Ian Smith wrote: Warning: overlong message. W. D. wrote: [.. slashing mercilessly ..] Ok, so your nameserver will be making upstream requests too, and you'll need to do TCP 53 traffic with your secondary nameserver/s as well as

Re: buildworld failure on VIA C3 Nehemiah

2007-12-30 Thread RW
On Sat, 29 Dec 2007 19:40:25 +0100 Warren Head [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 2007/12/29, Eric Osterweil [EMAIL PROTECTED]: -BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Should I be using a different arch? Do I need a flag in the make.conf (I just have -pipe and -O2)? I don't know,

healthd

2007-12-30 Thread Michael Grant
I installed healthd hoping it would show me the cpu temperatures and fan speeds for my motherboard but it's reporting some crazy values like fan speeds of -48C and fan speeds of 13000 rpms. My motherboard is a SuperMicro X6DH3-G2 which does support this feature. There's a 6300ESB on the board

rc.resume and rc.suspend not executed on 6.2-RELEASE with acpi

2007-12-30 Thread Ede Ratzefick
Hi, on my 6.2-RELEASE with acpi runnning, the script /etc/rc.suspend is not executed when going to S3 and also the /etc/rc.resume when waking up. Filepermissions are 755. Any ideas? BTW: Who's invoking these scripts? I saw it in apmd.conf but as I use acpi instead of apm this should not be

Re: 7B4 scheduling question

2007-12-30 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Sunday 30 December 2007 05:27:15 am Kris Kennaway wrote: Yes, ULE is the recommended scheduler. out of curiosity, if the ULE is becoming the standard, then why does the GENERIC config still have the 4BSD as the default? im curious to know, since im rebuilding a badly-behaving 7.0-RC1 box

Re: healthd

2007-12-30 Thread Roland Smith
On Sun, Dec 30, 2007 at 04:00:12PM +0100, Michael Grant wrote: I installed healthd hoping it would show me the cpu temperatures and fan speeds for my motherboard but it's reporting some crazy values like fan speeds of -48C and fan speeds of 13000 rpms. :-) [snip] SuperMicro provides a

Re: 7B4 scheduling question

2007-12-30 Thread Kris Kennaway
Jonathan Horne wrote: On Sunday 30 December 2007 05:27:15 am Kris Kennaway wrote: Yes, ULE is the recommended scheduler. out of curiosity, if the ULE is becoming the standard, then why does the GENERIC config still have the 4BSD as the default? Release engineers wanted to be conservative

gui system information apps

2007-12-30 Thread Jonathan Horne
what are some good 'desktop-docked' system info apps (that run well in freebsd), that might be similar in function to grkellm? i saw many screenshots of beautiful apps for superkaramba, but was pretty disappointed that most of them only understand linux devices and fstabs. was wondering what

Re: apache portupgrade conflicts with apr-db43

2007-12-30 Thread Tankko
Does anyone know the answer to this? I am stuck as to how to proceed? Tankko On Dec 28, 2007 9:40 AM, Tankko [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am upgrading apache... apache-2.2.6_2needs updating (port has 2.2.6_3) ...and I get the following error: --- Installing the new

Re: gui system information apps

2007-12-30 Thread Roland Smith
On Sun, Dec 30, 2007 at 10:11:10AM -0600, Jonathan Horne wrote: what are some good 'desktop-docked' system info apps (that run well in freebsd), that might be similar in function to grkellm? i saw many screenshots of beautiful apps for superkaramba, but was pretty disappointed that most of

Re: installing linux after freebsd (multi-boot)

2007-12-30 Thread Christian Walther
Hi there, On 30/12/2007, अनुज [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello , I have freebsd6.2 installed with Fedora core 7 and rhe4. I am installing rhel5 , when linux installation process starts I get an error of /dev/hdc1 busy , can not report to kernel about partition layout. In the past I installed

Re: Blocking undesirable domains using BIND

2007-12-30 Thread Maxim Khitrov
On Dec 28, 2007 11:28 AM, Rob [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Kevin Kinsey wrote: Just a question, and I'm not trying to cast doubt on your plan; I'm curious why using BIND for this purpose instead of a proxy, which is a more typical application as I understand it? I was trying to do something

Re: Photo organizer for FreeBSD?

2007-12-30 Thread Peter Boosten
Quoting Girish Venkatachalam [EMAIL PROTECTED]: You can trivially do this with the convert command. Refer to my article. http://linuxjournal.com/9566 You mean: http://www.linuxjournal.com/article/9696 ;-) Peter -- http://www.boosten.org ___

Re: pkg_delete: package 'xorg-drivers-7.3' doesn't have a prefix

2007-12-30 Thread Peter Boosten
Quoting Eric Crist [EMAIL PROTECTED]: On Dec 28, 2007, at 12:47 PM, Stephen Montgomery-Smith wrote: Mon Si wrote: Dear list, I'm experiencing problems when I try to portupgrade the xorg-driver port. The old version of the port can't be uninstalled during the portupgrade due to an undefined

Re: Blocking undesirable domains using BIND

2007-12-30 Thread Darren Spruell
On Dec 30, 2007 9:52 AM, Maxim Khitrov [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I was trying to do something similar. I didn't research too hard, but figured the only way to use Bind would be to make my server authoritative for all those domains, which meant a huge config file and potential overhead,

Re: installing linux after freebsd (multi-boot)

2007-12-30 Thread अनुज
I want to install rhel5 on same hard disk. Freebsd6.2 slice is on primary partition , second OS is Fedora 7, 3rd is rhel4 (want to fresh install rhel5 over rhel4) . I can see freebsd mentioned in my rhel partitioning section, most likely linux does not have support for freebsd slice. Last time too

dlopen(), atexit() on FreeBSD

2007-12-30 Thread Markus Hoenicka
Hi, I bumped into a platform-specific problem when using the Firebird database client library in a dlopen()ed module on FreeBSD. libdbi (http://libdbi.sourceforge.net) is a database abstraction layer which dlopen()s available database drivers at runtime to provide connectivity to various database

Imaging to new system

2007-12-30 Thread Robert Fitzpatrick
I have a server running 5.4-RELEASE using RAID-5 on an Intel RAID controller that I need to move to faster RAID. Is it possible to image or some other way to save the current install and restore after setting up the RAID or should I just plan to reinstall everything? -- Robert

Re: Imaging to new system

2007-12-30 Thread Darren Spruell
On Dec 30, 2007 10:54 AM, Robert Fitzpatrick [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a server running 5.4-RELEASE using RAID-5 on an Intel RAID controller that I need to move to faster RAID. Is it possible to image or some other way to save the current install and restore after setting up the RAID or

Re: Imaging to new system

2007-12-30 Thread Robert Fitzpatrick
On Sun, 2007-12-30 at 11:10 -0700, Darren Spruell wrote: On Dec 30, 2007 10:54 AM, Robert Fitzpatrick [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a server running 5.4-RELEASE using RAID-5 on an Intel RAID controller that I need to move to faster RAID. Is it possible to image or some other way to save

Re: installing linux after freebsd (multi-boot)

2007-12-30 Thread jery
अनुज wrote: I want to install rhel5 on same hard disk. Freebsd6.2 slice is on primary partition , second OS is Fedora 7, 3rd is rhel4 (want to fresh install rhel5 over rhel4) . I can see freebsd mentioned in my rhel partitioning section, most likely linux does not have support for freebsd slice.

Re: rc.resume and rc.suspend not executed on 6.2-RELEASE with acpi

2007-12-30 Thread Nate Lawson
Ede Ratzefick wrote: Hi, on my 6.2-RELEASE with acpi runnning, the script /etc/rc.suspend is not executed when going to S3 and also the /etc/rc.resume when waking up. Filepermissions are 755. Any ideas? BTW: Who's invoking these scripts? I saw it in apmd.conf but as I use acpi instead

Re: installing linux after freebsd (multi-boot)

2007-12-30 Thread jery
wrote: I want to install rhel5 on same hard disk. Freebsd6.2 slice is on primary partition , second OS is Fedora 7, 3rd is rhel4 (want to fresh install rhel5 over rhel4) . I can see freebsd mentioned in my rhel partitioning section, most likely linux does not have support for freebsd slice.

Re: Imaging to new system

2007-12-30 Thread Darren Spruell
On Dec 30, 2007 11:47 AM, Robert Fitzpatrick [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Running dump(8) and restore(8) would allow you to back up and restore your system. http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi?query=dump http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi?query=restore This is typically used with tape,

Re: Photo organizer for FreeBSD?

2007-12-30 Thread Girish Venkatachalam
On 17:56:46 Dec 30, Peter Boosten wrote: You mean: http://www.linuxjournal.com/article/9696 ;-) I got my math wrong and my memory failed. ;) Thanks. -Girish ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: healthd

2007-12-30 Thread Michael Grant
On Dec 30, 2007 4:56 PM, Roland Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sun, Dec 30, 2007 at 04:00:12PM +0100, Michael Grant wrote: I installed healthd hoping it would show me the cpu temperatures and fan speeds for my motherboard but it's reporting some crazy values like fan speeds of -48C and

Re: Blocking undesirable domains using BIND

2007-12-30 Thread Maxim Khitrov
On Dec 30, 2007 12:31 PM, Darren Spruell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Dec 30, 2007 9:52 AM, Maxim Khitrov [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I was trying to do something similar. I didn't research too hard, but figured the only way to use Bind would be to make my server authoritative for all

bash and $LANG and meta-key bindings

2007-12-30 Thread Michael Grant
I upgraded from 6.2 to 6.3-prerelease and I noticed something very strange with bash (or perhaps readline). I have had for many hears this in my .bash_login: export LANG=en_US.ISO8859-15 This makes 8-bit characters come out as accented characters instead of character codes like C6.

Re: remote x session

2007-12-30 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Thursday 27 December 2007 02:35:05 am Steve Franks wrote: Perhaps I misunderstand, but I use x11vnc on the 'server' and vncviewer or tightvnc on the 'client'. There are several pages to google on tunneling it thru ssh, and it's much better with latency than sending x iteslf over ssh, I'm

Re: remote x session

2007-12-30 Thread Darren Spruell
On Dec 30, 2007 7:16 PM, Jonathan Horne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thursday 27 December 2007 02:35:05 am Steve Franks wrote: Perhaps I misunderstand, but I use x11vnc on the 'server' and vncviewer or tightvnc on the 'client'. There are several pages to google on tunneling it thru ssh, and

Re: installing linux after freebsd (multi-boot)

2007-12-30 Thread अनुज Anuj Singh
On Dec 31, 2007 11:28 AM, jery [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: wrote: I want to install rhel5 on same hard disk. Freebsd6.2 slice is on primary partition , second OS is Fedora 7, 3rd is rhel4 (want to fresh install rhel5 over rhel4) . I can see freebsd mentioned in my rhel partitioning

Re: remote x session

2007-12-30 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Sunday 30 December 2007 09:00:27 pm Darren Spruell wrote: There is the XDMCP option, which allows you to remotely connect to an X display manager for full, remote display sessions. This isn't regarded to be a secure solution by most people. If your remote system is a server, do you have a

How to not start syslogd

2007-12-30 Thread Jeffrey Goldberg
I've installed and configured syslog-ng from ports and no longer wish to have the standard syslogd run. Putting syslogd_enable=NO into /etc/rc.conf did not prevent it from starting. Of course I can see lots of ways of preventing syslogd from starting. I could remove the binary, I could

Auto-shutdown of Hard Drive with 6.2

2007-12-30 Thread David M. Patronis
I have 6.2 installed on an ancient AT machine. I'd like to have the OS shut off the hard drive when I halt the system from the KDE interface. What do I edit, and what code do I use to achieve this? David ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: How to not start syslogd

2007-12-30 Thread Bill Moran
Jeffrey Goldberg [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've installed and configured syslog-ng from ports and no longer wish to have the standard syslogd run. Putting syslogd_enable=NO into /etc/rc.conf did not prevent it from starting. The above works on every system I've done it to (which

Why aren't more secure download options offered?

2007-12-30 Thread abi
Hello FreeBSD representative, I am new to the FreeBSD community. In the past I have typically installed a linux variant in my home systems, but recently decided to give FreeBSD a try since I could not find a distribution that fit my needs. I believe that fbsd is a good platform, but have found

Boot menu damaged

2007-12-30 Thread E. J. Cerejo
I'm running FreeBSD 6 stable and I lost my boot menu after reinstalling xp and tried to fix it by booting with instalation cd and run fdisk -B -b /boot/boot0 /dev/ad0 it restored it but when I boot I get the mountroot prompt, it fails to mount ad0s2a, b, c, d. Is it possible to fix this or do

Boot Menu Damaged

2007-12-30 Thread E. J. Cerejo
I'm running FreeBSD 6 stable and I lost my boot menu after reinstalling xp and tried to fix it by booting with instalation cd and run fdisk -B -b /boot/boot0 /dev/ad0 it restored it but when I boot I get the mountroot prompt, it fails to mount ad0s2a, b, c, d. Is it possible to fix this or do