Re: Security questions, seeing more then one dhcp client.

2008-08-22 Thread Yance Kowara
--- Andrew D [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Christopher Joyner wrote: I am seeing two dhcp clients connected to my wireless router. Does that mean someone other then me is on it? I would say so, unless you have people connected to it via ethernet using DHCP. You do have WPA or similar

Re: freebsd-questions Digest, Vol 229, Issue 12

2008-08-22 Thread DA Forsyth
On 21 Aug 2008 , [EMAIL PROTECTED] entreated about freebsd-questions Digest, Vol 229, Issue 12: Date: Thu, 21 Aug 2008 15:24:30 +0200 Subject: THE FOLLOWING DISK SECTORS COULD NOT BE READ On a different dilemma, I have a FreeBSD proxy server with what looks like a failing drive. The

Re: /etc/groups gone

2008-08-22 Thread DA Forsyth
On 22 Aug 2008 , [EMAIL PROTECTED] entreated about freebsd-questions Digest, Vol 229, Issue 13: Hi, Yesterday night at 1 a.m. I have managed to remove /etc/groups (rm instead of vi, was already sleepying). Luckily only a few groups (2-3) was created earlier. No backup, of course. you

Re: sed/awk, instead of Perl

2008-08-22 Thread Oliver Fromme
Walt Pawley wrote: Walt Pawley wrote: Walt Pawley wrote: Steve Bertrand wrote: - read email addresses from a file in the format: user.name TAB domain.tld - convert it to: [EMAIL PROTECTED] - write it back to either a new file, the original

Re: Again: fsck_ffs memory requirements

2008-08-22 Thread Oliver Fromme
Polytropon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Allthough fsck_ffs 5 does seem to be able to calloc() the needed memory, it fails with the same message as fsck_ffs 7: fsck_ffs: bad inode number 306176 to nextinode Don't know what to do next. I may gather all information I have, write

turn on beastie beside the 'Welcome to FreeBSD' boot options menu

2008-08-22 Thread enom-FBSD1
Is there a way to reactivate the black and white beastie which used to display to the right of the 'Welcome to FreeBSD' boot options menu? ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To

Re: turn on beastie beside the 'Welcome to FreeBSD' boot options menu

2008-08-22 Thread Manolis Kiagias
enom-FBSD1 wrote: Is there a way to reactivate the black and white beastie which used to display to the right of the 'Welcome to FreeBSD' boot options menu? ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: turn on beastie beside the 'Welcome to FreeBSD' boot options menu

2008-08-22 Thread Vincent Hoffman
enom-FBSD1 wrote: Is there a way to reactivate the black and white beastie which used to display to the right of the 'Welcome to FreeBSD' boot options menu? Yes add beastie_disable=NO in /boot/loader.conf ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org

Re: turn on beastie beside the 'Welcome to FreeBSD' boot options menu

2008-08-22 Thread Michael Powell
enom-FBSD1 wrote: Is there a way to reactivate the black and white beastie which used to display to the right of the 'Welcome to FreeBSD' boot options menu? Look at /boot/defaults/loader.conf for the following: #beastie_disable=NO # Turn the beastie boot menu on and off

Re: turn on beastie beside the 'Welcome to FreeBSD' boot options menu

2008-08-22 Thread Tom Van Looy
see man loader.conf Kind regards, Tom - Oorspronkelijk bericht - Van: enom-FBSD1 [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Verzonden: vrijdag, augustus 22, 2008 10:44 AM Aan: [EMAIL PROTECTED] ORG Onderwerp: turn on beastie beside the 'Welcome to FreeBSD' boot options menu Is there a way to

Re: X11 tunnel over ssh and then rsh

2008-08-22 Thread Roberto Nunnari
Hello Nikos. Thank you for your reply. See my comments below. Nikos Vassiliadis wrote: On Thursday 21 August 2008 09:54:29 Roberto Nunnari wrote: Anybody on this, please? Roberto Nunnari wrote: Hello list. I have this scenario 1) host A with X server 2) host B with ssh server but without

Re: X11 tunnel over ssh and then rsh

2008-08-22 Thread Roberto Nunnari
Roberto Nunnari wrote: Hello Nikos. Thank you for your reply. See my comments below. Nikos Vassiliadis wrote: On Thursday 21 August 2008 09:54:29 Roberto Nunnari wrote: Anybody on this, please? Roberto Nunnari wrote: Hello list. I have this scenario 1) host A with X server 2) host B

RE: turn on beastie beside the 'Welcome to FreeBSD' boot optionsmenu

2008-08-22 Thread enom-FBSD1
beastie_disable=NO had no effect. All that was needed was loader_logo=beastie which produced beastie in color Its good to see my old friend back where he belongs Thanks for your help. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL

Re: X11 tunnel over ssh and then rsh

2008-08-22 Thread Nikos Vassiliadis
On Friday 22 August 2008 12:58:24 Roberto Nunnari wrote: Humm.. it's a pity that ssh -Y or -X will only listen on the loopback interface, but for sure there are good reasons it is done that way. I guess -X achieves a particular goal, that is being able to login to a remote box, run X11 apps

sysinstall install.cfg question

2008-08-22 Thread Matias Surdi
Hi, I'm trying to figure out how could I tell sysinstall to let the user choose the disk he want to install into and then, based on that response, create automatically without any other question the partitions/labels that are required. I've seen several examples but I can't find the way to

Re: X11 tunnel over ssh and then rsh

2008-08-22 Thread Nikos Vassiliadis
On Friday 22 August 2008 13:10:29 Roberto Nunnari wrote: Automatically? No. You can however use ssh to create generic TCP tunnels, using -R and -L. But this is much more complicated than remembering a DISPLAY variable. Wait! I found a possible workaround.. it seams that setting

Re: turn on beastie beside the 'Welcome to FreeBSD' boot optionsmenu

2008-08-22 Thread Oliver Fromme
enom-FBSD1 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: beastie_disable=NO had no effect. That's because NO is already the default. Setting it to YES will completely disable the whole boot menu. All that was needed was loader_logo=beastie which produced beastie in color

Re: turn on beastie beside the 'Welcome to FreeBSD' boot optionsmenu

2008-08-22 Thread Bill Moran
In response to Oliver Fromme [EMAIL PROTECTED]: How would you like this one? http://www.secnetix.de/olli/FreeBSD/vloader/screenshot5.png (It's work in progress. See the latest FreeBSD Quarterly Status Report.) Oooohh ... spiffy! -- Bill Moran http://www.potentialtech.com

Re: X11 tunnel over ssh and then rsh

2008-08-22 Thread Oliver Fromme
Roberto Nunnari wrote: Wait! I found a possible workaround.. it seams that setting X11UseLocalhost = no on sshd_config tell sshd to bind the X11 forwarding server to the wildcard address.. You will still have to forward the X11 authentication to the client machine with xauth(1) or

Re: turn on beastie beside the 'Welcome to FreeBSD' boot optionsmenu

2008-08-22 Thread Ivan Voras
Oliver Fromme wrote: enom-FBSD1 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: beastie_disable=NO had no effect. That's because NO is already the default. Setting it to YES will completely disable the whole boot menu. All that was needed was loader_logo=beastie which produced

Re: turn on beastie beside the 'Welcome to FreeBSD' boot optionsmenu

2008-08-22 Thread Oliver Fromme
Ivan Voras wrote: Oliver Fromme wrote: enom-FBSD1 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: beastie_disable=NO had no effect. That's because NO is already the default. Setting it to YES will completely disable the whole boot menu. All that was needed was

Re: sed/awk, instead of Perl

2008-08-22 Thread Steve Bertrand
Oliver Fromme wrote: Walt Pawley wrote: I guess getting old, nearly blind and mind numbing close to brain dead is better than the alternative. Try this (sooner or later I've got to get it right)... perl -pe 's/(.*?)\.(.*)\t.*/[EMAIL PROTECTED]/' input_file output_file I

Upgrading firmware/bios/boot on Areca ARC-1210

2008-08-22 Thread Bob Willcox
I posted this same question on freebsd-scsi a few days ago but got no response there so I thought I try here. I want to update the firmware, bios, and boot code in my areca ARC-1210 raid controller and am a bit hesitant to do it for lack of any experience updating this card. I want to use the

Re: Unable to access certain sites from FreeBSD 6.2

2008-08-22 Thread alasdair
Thanks Norberto, Makes sense to do it the other way round. If I could indulge your generosity and knowledge, one thing is puzzling me, why do I not have this problem when I am running Win XP on the same machine (dual boot with FreeBSD) using all the same hardware. Or when running NetBSD on my

Re: rtprio + su - doesn't work

2008-08-22 Thread Wojciech Puchar
tu run (at startup) asterisk PBX as user centrala with realtime priority. asterisk is started, but without realtime priority. Yes, you'd be running the su process with realtime priority. :-) and su forks shell and asterisk - isn't it? how to do this right? i run asterisk as user (not

Supported External SATA to USB Hard Drive Enclosures

2008-08-22 Thread Doug Poland
Hello, Can anyone recommend a manufacturer and/or model of external SATA to USB external hard drive enclosures? I've not had luck with the devices I pick up off-the-shelf at my local big-box consumer electronics stores. BTW, I'm running FreeBSD i386 7.x. -- Regards, Doug

Tailing logs

2008-08-22 Thread DAve
I would love to have a way to tail a log, like piping to grep, except I see every line and the lines I would normally grep for are highlighted. That would be cool. Anyone know of a bash command or tool that will do this? Side note, I am tailing sendmail after changes to my outbound queue

Re: rtprio + su - doesn't work

2008-08-22 Thread Oliver Fromme
Wojciech Puchar wrote: /usr/sbin/rtprio 31 /usr/bin/su centrala -c \ /usr/local/bin/asterisk -C /centrala/etc/asterisk.conf asterisk is started, but without realtime priority. I'm not sure what's wrong, but it works fine for me: # rtprio 31 su -m nobody -c 'id; /usr/sbin/rtprio'

Re: Tailing logs

2008-08-22 Thread Jon Radel
DAve wrote: I would love to have a way to tail a log, like piping to grep, except I see every line and the lines I would normally grep for are highlighted. That would be cool. Anyone know of a bash command or tool that will do this? Side note, I am tailing sendmail after changes to my

Kernel Panic help.

2008-08-22 Thread Eric Crist
Hey folks, First, please 'reply-all' as I'm not on the list. I've got a backup server that, every night, offloads things to a secondary, USB attached hard disk. We've got two of these disks, which we rotate so as to have a fairly recent off-site version, in the event of a disaster. One

Dual booting FreeBSD and Linux using GRUB fails

2008-08-22 Thread Mark Ovens
I have an all-SCSI system with FreeBSD 6.3 on one disk and 7.0 on the other. It booted using GRUB and worked OK. I installed Mandriva Linux on the disk that had 7.0 on it (replacing 7.0) The setup now is: SCSI ID 15 73GB /dev/sda - running FreeBSD SCSI ID 14 36GB /dev/sdb - Mandriva The

Re: Tailing logs

2008-08-22 Thread Vincent Hoffman
DAve wrote: I would love to have a way to tail a log, like piping to grep, except I see every line and the lines I would normally grep for are highlighted. That would be cool. Anyone know of a bash command or tool that will do this? Side note, I am tailing sendmail after changes to my

Re: rtprio + su - doesn't work

2008-08-22 Thread Wojciech Puchar
I'm not sure what's wrong, but it works fine for me: # rtprio 31 su -m nobody -c 'id; /usr/sbin/rtprio' uid=65534(nobody) gid=65534(nobody) groups=65534(nobody) rtprio: realtime priority 31 # This is on 7-stable (a few months old, though). i have 7 stable too. no idea :) maybe asterisk have

Re: Tailing logs

2008-08-22 Thread Steve Bertrand
DAve wrote: I would love to have a way to tail a log, like piping to grep, except I see every line and the lines I would normally grep for are highlighted. That would be cool. Anyone know of a bash command or tool that will do this? Side note, I am tailing sendmail after changes to my

Re: Tailing logs

2008-08-22 Thread Oliver Fromme
DAve wrote: I would love to have a way to tail a log, like piping to grep, except I see every line and the lines I would normally grep for are highlighted. That would be cool. Anyone know of a bash command or tool that will do this? Side note, I am tailing sendmail after changes to

Re: Kernel Panic help.

2008-08-22 Thread Kris Kennaway
Eric Crist wrote: Hey folks, First, please 'reply-all' as I'm not on the list. I've got a backup server that, every night, offloads things to a secondary, USB attached hard disk. We've got two of these disks, which we rotate so as to have a fairly recent off-site version, in the event of a

Is the list getting my e-mails?

2008-08-22 Thread Mario Lobo
Hi; Forgive for this test. Recently I changed my domain to another ISP. Since then, I have been unable to post to the lists I'm subscribed to. I created a gmail account, switched to it and nothing. Now I switched back to [EMAIL PROTECTED] and nothing. I can get into the

Re: Is the list getting my e-mails?

2008-08-22 Thread Gonzalo Nemmi
On Friday 22 August 2008 1:20:22 pm Mario Lobo wrote: Hi; Forgive for this test. Recently I changed my domain to another ISP. Since then, I have been unable to post to the lists I'm subscribed to. I created a gmail account, switched to it and nothing. Now I switched back to

RE: Is the list getting my e-mails?

2008-08-22 Thread Bob McConnell
The spam filters my employer uses will discard any email arriving with our domain in the From line. So I cannot see my own mail from any listserve that keeps the originator's address as the source. There is a way to fix that, but it exempts the listserve's domain from the filters. In addition,

Problems with make install in kde4

2008-08-22 Thread Mario Lobo
Hi; I think i had a problem with my last e-mail so I'm reposting. This all after csup, portsnap, etc... The 'make' of /usr/ports/= x11/kd4 went fine. When I 'make install', i get this: (snip)= br=== kdegraphics-4.1.0 depends on shared library: qimage= blitz.4 - found ===

Re: Problems with make install in kde4

2008-08-22 Thread Matthias Apitz
El día Friday, August 22, 2008 a las 11:36:53AM -0300, Mario Lobo escribió: Hi; I think i had a problem with my last e-mail so I'm reposting. This all after csup, portsnap, etc... The 'make' of /usr/ports/= x11/kd4 went fine. When I 'make install', i get this: (snip)=

Re: rtprio + su - doesn't work

2008-08-22 Thread Chuck Swiger
On Aug 22, 2008, at 6:28 AM, Wojciech Puchar wrote: tu run (at startup) asterisk PBX as user centrala with realtime priority. asterisk is started, but without realtime priority. Yes, you'd be running the su process with realtime priority. :-) and su forks shell and asterisk - isn't it?

Re: Is the list getting my e-mails?

2008-08-22 Thread Gerard
On Fri, 22 Aug 2008 13:20:22 -0300 (ART) Mario Lobo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: From: Mario Lobo [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Is the list getting my e-mails? Hi; Forgive for this test. Recently I changed my domain to another ISP. Since then, I have been unable to post to the

Re: Is the list getting my e-mails?

2008-08-22 Thread Mario Lobo
On Friday 22 August 2008 14:17:00 Gerard wrote: On Fri, 22 Aug 2008 13:20:22 -0300 (ART) Mario Lobo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: From: Mario Lobo [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Is the list getting my e-mails? Hi; Forgive for this test. Recently I changed my domain to another ISP.

Re: Security questions, seeing more then one dhcp client.

2008-08-22 Thread Jeffrey Goldberg
On Aug 21, 2008, at 10:38 PM, Christopher Joyner wrote: I am seeing two dhcp clients connected to my wireless router. Does that mean someone other then me is on it? Do you have a Wii? Or maybe an iPhone or other similar device? Or a network printer? There is a fair chance that the

PF traffic management on two devices + VPN

2008-08-22 Thread assetburned
Hi, I use PF to manage the traffic going through a VPN connection (ng0 to ng1). I am also able to manage the traffic on the device where I expect the VPN traffic (ed1 and ed2). But now my problems starts I also want to manage the outgoing traffic on ed0 to the WAN side. On my router s

OT: most universal file system for 1TB external USB2 hard drive

2008-08-22 Thread Andrew Gould
I couldn't help myself. During lunch, I found a 3.5 1TB SATA internal HD **and** a USB2 HD enclosure for SATA drives on sale at large % discounts. It was more than I could resist. The operating systems in my home include FreeBSD, NetBSD, Mac OS X and Windows XP Pro. If I want all of these

Re: Tailing logs

2008-08-22 Thread DAve
DAve wrote: I would love to have a way to tail a log, like piping to grep, except I see every line and the lines I would normally grep for are highlighted. That would be cool. Anyone know of a bash command or tool that will do this? Side note, I am tailing sendmail after changes to my

Re: Is the list getting my e-mails?

2008-08-22 Thread Al Plant
Mario Lobo wrote: Hi; Forgive for this test. Recently I changed my domain to another ISP. Since then, I have been unable to post to the lists I'm subscribed to. I created a gmail account, switched to it and nothing. Now I switched back to [EMAIL PROTECTED] and nothing. I can

Re: Again: fsck_ffs memory requirements

2008-08-22 Thread Polytropon
On Fri, 22 Aug 2008 10:29:05 +0200 (CEST), Oliver Fromme [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Unfortunately fsck isn't able to cope with any arbitrary level of damage. If certain kinds of unexpected problems occur, it throws in the towel. In theory it might be possible to deal with your particular

airport express disk (on router)

2008-08-22 Thread Kevin Smith
Does anyone know how I can mount an airport express disk connected via USB to my airport express router ? I believe the disk can be advertised on the LAN with the bonjour service - if that helps any. thanks in advance. ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org

Re: /etc/groups gone

2008-08-22 Thread Polytropon
Just an addition: On Fri, 22 Aug 2008 09:14:39 +0200, DA Forsyth [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: you want to do man rcs and start using RCS to track changes to your important system files. That way, if you delete one you can just check it out of the RCS store. 'backups with history' You can use

Re: turn on beastie beside the 'Welcome to FreeBSD' boot optionsmenu

2008-08-22 Thread Michael Powell
Oliver Fromme wrote: [snip] Its good to see my old friend back where he belongs How would you like this one? http://www.secnetix.de/olli/FreeBSD/vloader/screenshot5.png (It's work in progress. See the latest FreeBSD Quarterly Status Report.) Best regards Oliver

Re: turn on beastie beside the 'Welcome to FreeBSD' boot optionsmenu

2008-08-22 Thread Polytropon
On Fri, 22 Aug 2008 13:58:04 +0200 (CEST), Oliver Fromme [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: There are more screen shots in the same directory: http://www.secnetix.de/olli/FreeBSD/vloader/ I'm sure you'll find one that is sufficiently less conservative, whatever that means. ;-) It is intended

Changing the default colors in the console

2008-08-22 Thread Robe
Hi there, I'm trying to change the default color for the directories using the following command to see them with purple color setenv LS_COLORS di=01;35 but when I use the following command ls -G I still see the default color. What's wrong? I'm using the default shell *tcsh* and FreeBSD

Re: OT: most universal file system for 1TB external USB2 hard drive

2008-08-22 Thread Polytropon
On Fri, 22 Aug 2008 13:13:29 -0500, Andrew Gould [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I couldn't help myself. During lunch, I found a 3.5 1TB SATA internal HD **and** a USB2 HD enclosure for SATA drives on sale at large % discounts. It was more than I could resist. The operating systems in my home

Re: Changing the default colors in the console

2008-08-22 Thread Dan Nelson
In the last episode (Aug 22), Robe said: Hi there, I'm trying to change the default color for the directories using the following command to see them with purple color setenv LS_COLORS di=01;35 but when I use the following command ls -G I think you want LSCOLORS instead. See the ls

Re: Changing the default colors in the console

2008-08-22 Thread Polytropon
On Fri, 22 Aug 2008 15:05:02 -0500, Robe [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi there, I'm trying to change the default color for the directories using the following command to see them with purple color setenv LS_COLORS di=01;35 but when I use the following command ls -G I still see the

Re: OT: most universal file system for 1TB external USB2 hard drive

2008-08-22 Thread Wojciech Puchar
Windows XP Pro. If I want all of these systems to be able to read and write to the drive, what file system should I use? I know fat32 is pretty universal, but is it advisable? yes, just don't put too many small files on it as it's wasteful. and don't put too big files (in order of many GB)

Re: Upgrading firmware/bios/boot on Areca ARC-1210

2008-08-22 Thread Dominik Meister
Hi Bob Bob Willcox [Fri, Aug 22, 2008 at 07:41:52AM -0500]: I posted this same question on freebsd-scsi a few days ago but got no response there so I thought I try here. Can't really answer your question but I've found the Areca support to be very responsive and helpful. Just fill out the

Re: turn on beastie beside the 'Welcome to FreeBSD' boot optionsmenu

2008-08-22 Thread Kevin Monceaux
On Fri, 22 Aug 2008, Oliver Fromme wrote: How would you like this one? http://www.secnetix.de/olli/FreeBSD/vloader/screenshot5.png (It's work in progress. See the latest FreeBSD Quarterly Status Report.) When I recently came across info on the graphical boot loader project I secretly

Re: airport express disk (on router)

2008-08-22 Thread assetburned
Hi first of all this looks like the wrong mailing list for it. anyway the AirPort Express is not able to share hard disks, only printer. cu assetburned On 22.08.2008, at 19:50, Kevin Smith wrote: Does anyone know how I can mount an airport express disk connected via USB to my airport

Re: ndis0 no link on 6.3-RELEASE

2008-08-22 Thread Glen Barber
Hi everyone. Sorry to bump such an old post, but I have figured out a 'hack' to get this driver to work, and figured I'd post here, in case it may help someone else. Previously, I said the following, about a Broadcom 4318 chipset on a Dell Inspiron b120: Upon 'kldunload bcmwl5.ko; kldload

Re: airport express disk (on router)

2008-08-22 Thread Kevin Smith
I was mistaken, I have the airport extreme which is currently sharing a hard disk not the airport express. (I have 2 of those as well for streaming audio, but that's not the one's I am talking about). Why is this the wrong list?. The question pertains to mounting the AP extreme disk on a freebsd

Re: sed/awk, instead of Perl

2008-08-22 Thread Walt Pawley
At 9:59 AM +0200 8/22/08, Oliver Fromme wrote: - The perl command you wrote above is pretty much a sed command anyway (except you incorrectly used non-portable regular expression syntax). Why use perl to execute a sed command? At the risk of beating this to death, I just happened to

Re: OT: most universal file system for 1TB external USB2 hard drive

2008-08-22 Thread RW
On Fri, 22 Aug 2008 13:13:29 -0500 Andrew Gould [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I couldn't help myself. During lunch, I found a 3.5 1TB SATA internal HD **and** a USB2 HD enclosure for SATA drives on sale at large % discounts. It was more than I could resist. The operating systems in my home