Re: Problem installing mod_perl

2006-03-05 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/5/06, Joachim Dagerot [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: When I'm trying to install p5-apache-DBI I'm getting problems with the mod_perl extension. I have now de-installed apache and installed apache22. Now when trying to install mod_perl I get these error messages in the beginning. I have

Re: Portupgrade Operation

2006-03-07 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/8/06, Chris Maness [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If I manually rm -rf a port, manually untar (ie glib.tar.gz), and do a portupgrade -rR glib, will packages that have a specific dependency on the old glib version get rebuilt? Or if not will they break (I am just using glib as an example and

Re: Configuring for IP ports

2006-03-07 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/8/06, Rem P Roberti [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Everyone, A BSD friend of mine set up my firewall, and he is out of town for a while. I am attempting to use a program that uses UDP packets on ports 5198 and 5199. So my firewall must be configured to allow my machine to accept UDP

Re: Portupgrade Operation

2006-03-08 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/8/06, Chris Maness [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have been told that tracking the whole port tree on a production server is a bad idea. I kind of agree thinking about the old addage if it aint broke don't fix it. Arguably the best strategy for the base system. Arguably a bad idea in case of

Re: mpd and sessions

2006-03-09 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/10/06, gahn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi: I am using mpd for my vpn service. It works fine and I have no compalints. But is anyway I can monitor that how many sessions are being used? Something like: ifconfig -u | grep ng or netstat -anf inet | grep 1723

Re: Let's make a FreeBSD ports blog! CCCCOOOL =)

2006-03-09 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
I developed a useful habit of reading a full commits log on freshports every morning. This way you always taste the cream of the collection. ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To

Re: unable to install horde

2006-03-10 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/9/06, Imran Imtiaz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am trying to install horde but it is giving me the following error [EMAIL PROTECTED] www]# cd horde [EMAIL PROTECTED] horde]# make Unknown extension domxml for PHP 5. *** Error code 1 Stop in /usr/ports/www/horde.

Re: ipfw2+divert; why divert rule is ignored?

2006-03-10 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/10/06, Vladimir [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: FreeBSD 5.4 Specifically, I can't figure out why rule 3800 is ignored... :confused: ipfw не такой злобный, чтобы брать и игнорить правила :) Попробуй добавить правило count сразу до или после игнорируемого правила. Скорей всего таких пакетов

Re: repeated mac address

2006-03-10 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/11/06, gahn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi: I have some Intel pro cards and all show up mac addresses as either 00:a4:c0:91:d2:9c or 00:b4:c0:91:d2:9c under freebsd 5.x. why is that? These do not seem to even belong to Intel. Either the cards have been hacked or you have some startup

Re: Disappointed with version 6.0

2006-03-10 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/11/06, Peter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I set it up ok with sysinstall during the installation but the system will not boot properly if it has an entry in /etc/fstab. I get many errors like: ad3: WARNING - READ_DMA UDMA ICRC error (retrying request) LBA=63 Next time you might want to

Re: Disappointed with version 6.0

2006-03-11 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/11/06, Peter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: --- Kris Kennaway [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You might have more luck if you also talk to [EMAIL PROTECTED] I'm not sure who this is but I'll look into it. The amd64-related mailing list When something is plugged into a [USB] port and the system

Re: from Anang in Indonesia

2006-03-11 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/10/06, anang prihantono anang [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: How can I make FreeBSD as internet gateway(router)only for dial up router and DSL line.Thaks.. It took me about 20 hours of reading the handbook and googling to set up my first FreeBSD LAN-to-DSL gateway with no prior *nix

Re: Haven't been able to make world in about a year

2006-03-11 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
Can you think about giving root access to one of us? I would be glad to try and diagnose your issue, 'cuz it looks like a brick wall. ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To

Re: dd - cloning a disk.

2006-03-11 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/11/06, Grant Peel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, Here is a simple (I think!) question for the I/O savy among you: If I had two identical disks, say, 73 GB Seagate 10K SCSIs, one completely operational fully setup FreeBSD with all the trimmings, and the other blank, or perhaps loaded

Re: dd - cloning a disk.

2006-03-12 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/12/06, Wojciech Puchar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It is, with a few 'buts'. Firstly, the source should be mounted but may not - unless system is generally idle. fsck will be checking the copy then, but with success. No matter what fsck says later, it's too dangerous. A FreeBSD system

Re: weird ports error

2006-03-12 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/12/06, Andrew Spott [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I get a weird error when i try to make, or use portmanager. it says that bsd.port.mk doesn't exist, and it doesn't. where can I get a copy of this file? # rm -rf /usr/ports portsnap fetch portsnap extract

Re: dd - cloning a disk.

2006-03-12 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/12/06, Mike Jeays [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have done this 'safely', by booting Knoppix, and using dd to copy the disk in the knowledge that all the UFS filesystems are closed and clean. Use a large blocksize; you can go a lot bigger than 64K. Single-user mode is more than enough and

Re: RC scripts HOWTO

2006-03-12 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/13/06, Bob Goodman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Guys, could you please direct me to some info, the detailed the better, on how RC and RCng scripts work in FreeBSD. Can't seem to find in handbook or google. I'm afraid the only way to get comprehensive knowledge at this time is to carefully

Re: DRBD equivalent for FreeBSD?

2006-03-13 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
Something like gmirror over network must be already in development, or at least on the mind of someone, able to do it. ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any

Using /dev/adX instead of adXc or adXe

2006-03-13 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
What's wrong with newfs /dev/ad1 mount /dev/ad1 /mnt and using it? The disk will never be used as bootable, and will never be installed in a non-bsd computer. It's just there for storage. So is there a caveat? ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing

Re: Using /dev/adX instead of adXc or adXe

2006-03-14 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/14/06, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 3/13/06, Andrew Pantyukhin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What's wrong with newfs /dev/ad1 mount /dev/ad1 /mnt and using it? The disk will never be used as bootable, and will never be installed in a non-bsd computer. It's just

Re: Haven't been able to make world in about a year

2006-03-14 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/14/06, Vaaf [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: At 16:13 11.03.2006, Andrew Pantyukhin wrote: Can you think about giving root access to one of us? I would be glad to try and diagnose your issue, 'cuz it looks like a brick wall. I would gladly do so if my server didn't store all this sensitive

Re: GFS ?

2006-03-15 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/15/06, Albert Shih [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all Is exist anything like GFS for FreeBSD ? Regards. -- Albert SHIH Universite de Paris 7 (Denis DIDEROT) U.F.R. de Mathematiques. 7 ième étage, plateau D, bureau 10 Heure local/Local time: Wed Mar 15 11:32:51 CET 2006

Re: ipfw add rule

2006-03-15 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/15/06, Albert Shih [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all How can I add a rule with ipfw with automatics numbering but with a minimal number ? I've (for example) some rule in the kernel 001000 0 allow ip from any to any via lo0 002000 0 deny ip from any

Re: Mirroring FreeBSD (Was: no subject)

2006-03-15 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/14/06, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: i want o put my http mirror up and ruinning on a server it looks something simlar to the attachment withis email: and can you suggest to me via email any servers http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/articles/hubs/

Re: Charactersets and encoding: switching from ISO-8859-1 to UTF-8

2006-03-16 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/16/06, Erik Norgaard [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi: I have just installed a virgin system, FBSD 6.1-BETA3 and upgraded to the head of RELENG_6. Since it is virgin, I thought this may be the time to make the switch to UTF-8. Googling, it appears that UTF-8 was introduced in the base in

Re: Do you use MySQL?

2006-03-16 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/16/06, Greg 'groggy' Lehey [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Disclaimer: we run four mysql/freebsd servers under low load (a few web apps with 10-100 users). The servers are almost always idle. - Which version of FreeBSD are you running? Latest releases. 6.0 at the time, 6.1 as soon as the tree

Re: need help

2006-03-16 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/17/06, Michael S [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi. I am relatively new to FreeBSD, have been running it since 5.1. Nothing like what I experienced today had happened previously. My machine crashed and I wasn't able to boot it back, the boot processes wasn't able to find the kernel. I then

Re: about mbuf clusters value

2006-03-17 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/17/06, Halid Faith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello On Freebsd6.0-release, When I type netstat -m I see below; netstat -m 4293870790 mbufs in use 330335/65535 mbuf clusters in use (current/max) 0/6/4528 sfbufs in use (current/peak/max) 386543 KBytes allocated to network 0 requests

Re: about mbuf clusters value

2006-03-17 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
Could you consider upgrading to 6.x. That's where the most support discussions are brewing. ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

IPSec NFS

2006-03-18 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
I use IPSec to secure rw access to NFS shares. What would you suggest to ensure that in no case whatsoever non-ipsec packet gets to NFS? I can use require-level policies and I can tell ipfw to only pass ipsec, but what if ipfw and setkey somehow fail, even for a few minutes? Should I rely on that

BSD License Innocence Clause Proposal

2006-03-19 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
I'm not sure if I should start advocating the idea here. Some people must've had this thought before I ever did, I hope they will support me. We need a special clause in the license we release our work under. I'm not a lawyer, but I understand that it will be very hard to devise and formulate.

Re: Mistake in FreeBSD manual

2006-03-20 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/20/06, Grant Moritz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey, In the FreeBSD manual ([1]http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/network- inetd.html) under the section 25.2.5 Security at the end of the first paragraph there is an error in grammar. Some daemons,

Wired 802.1x client functionality

2006-03-20 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
Is subj available? We're looking for ways of securing our wired lan without port-mac bindings. ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Problem with enabling soft-updates via tunefs

2006-03-21 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/22/06, Sergey Kovalev [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Several weeks ago I tried enabling soft-updates on / partition of active file system in multi-user mode via tunefs -n enable /dev/ar0s1a having remounted it read-only. After that I just rebooted the system and according to mount

Re: Problem in ports/multimedia/handbrake - seemingly wrong version (0.6.2 vice 0.7.1)

2006-03-21 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/22/06, Donald T Hayford [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: When I try to install the multimedia/handbrake port, I get the following error message: _ === Vulnerability check disabled,

Re: CPUTYPE value

2006-03-21 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/21/06, Frederic Van Assche [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, What would be the best CPUTYPE setting for a Pentium M 750? pentium-m or pentium4m? Thanks, Frederic -- PGP key: http://frederic.cgarchive.com/PGP/frederic.asc

Re: What does udp port 514 use?

2006-03-21 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/22/06, Halid Faith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: OK Might this condition ( udp port 514 is open ) be vulnerable ? You bet ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send

Re: Detecting CPU type without dmesg

2006-03-22 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/22/06, lars [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Nathan Butcher [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi everyone, Here's a curly question:- How can you detect the CPU type (make, model, and rated speed) on a running FreeBSD server without using dmesg? I can't shut this machine off to check BIOS

Re: Google Talk and NAT issue ?

2006-03-22 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/22/06, Norberto Meijome [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mon, 13 Mar 2006 20:54:14 +0800 Yuan Jue [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What kind of new technology Google use to overcome a NAT issue? Hi there, no idea if you figured this out yet. I dont use (any version of ) google talk (skype works

Re: Google Talk and NAT issue ?

2006-03-22 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/22/06, fbsd_user [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Just what do you mean by punching a hole in the firewall without the firewalls knowledge? The firewall is designed to stop just such a thing. Please explain your Statement. http://www.google.com/search?q=skype+nat+traversal

Re: Google Talk and NAT issue ?

2006-03-22 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/22/06, fbsd_user [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thanks for the links to the details. From my reading of the details at the google link my firewall is secure as long as the skype client software is not installed on any of the LAN pcs behind my firewall. I added deny rules for the ip address

Re: perl regex help request... .

2006-03-22 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/23/06, Gary Kline [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Guys, perlmonks was helpful in explaining that [[](\d+)[]] is what is required to match [NN]. So that will catch the footnote numbers. I had thought that I would have to do the A NAME=NN NN xyz /A

Re: favorite ATA/SATA hard disk brand?

2006-03-23 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
Nowadays, there's only one truth: any hard disk is going to fail under load pretty soon. Apart from that, keeping disks cooler helps. Using disks from different manufacturers in redundant arrays helps. Keeping an eye on smart data helps. Seagate, Maxtor, WD, Samsung, Hitachi/IBM - all have their

6.1-BETA4 minimal install

2006-03-23 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
When I tried to install 6.1-BETA4 from CD today, I couldn't select the minimal distribution. The X just doesn't appear when I select the line and press space or enter. I could select any other distribution set without a problem. sysinstall from -stable as of 5 march doesn't seem to have this

Re: DNS control tools

2006-03-23 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/23/06, Steve Camp [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Someone is potentially interested in leasing a domain name from me. One of the technical points is DNS control. What DNS tools exist that would allow me to maintain the DNS servers, but let this party login and administer DNS entries. I'm

Re: best way to use cp?

2006-03-25 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/24/06, Jonathan Horne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: ok, tell them dumb linux user how to properly copy directories recursivly, so he can stop overwritng directories with source files. /humor ok seriously, tho, i think im doing it wrong. last night i blasted some directories, and when i

Re: How to reinitialize psm0 without reboot?

2006-03-25 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/25/06, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, A hardware glitch of an (optical) PS/2 mouse can cause the mouse pointer to freeze. Subsequent killall -HUP moused gives: Mar 23 09:11:34 bedside kernel: psm0: failed to reset the aux device. Mar 23 09:11:34 bedside kernel: psm0:

Re: Testing 6.x

2006-03-25 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/25/06, Tim [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: hey I am downloading your newest version, I will keep you informed about any bugs they may come up. Also what I think could be added to make it better. hey thanks! ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing

Re: Remote Single User Mode?

2006-03-25 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/24/06, Chris [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 23/03/06, Chris Maness [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Eric Schultz wrote: Kris Kennaway wrote: On Wed, Mar 22, 2006 at 10:11:48AM -0800, Chris Maness wrote: I administer this box by remote. Look into setting up a serial console; this is the

Re: wireless (802.11x) sniffer

2006-03-25 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/24/06, Imran Imtiaz [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: which is best wireless network card sniffer except kismet cause kismet is not being installed on my system? Imran ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: Strange HD behavior

2006-03-25 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/26/06, Luiz Eduardo Guida Valmont [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I've recently (2 or 3 days ago) installed 6.1-BETA4 (from bootonly CD). The installation process went on flawlessly. Then I left kdebase3 compiling (and its dependancies) overnight. But I woke up the next day to find the

Re: Strange HD behavior

2006-03-26 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 3/26/06, Luiz Eduardo Guida Valmont [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I just tried the seagate tools (seatools). While it did not find any bad block, it nevertheless hung after completing the process, just before showing any report. So I think my HD is okay. BTW, it's a ST380022A. I thought that

Re: Motherboards

2006-03-28 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
Tyan are as rock-solid as it gets. Supermicro are also very good, but IMO they come second after Tyan. If you're looking for cheap mobo's, Gigabyte is a nice choice. Asus seems to be fine too, but my personal experience says against them (very loudly in fact). Abit was great a few years ago (I

Re: linux-firefox

2006-04-02 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 4/2/06, Warren Block [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sat, 1 Apr 2006, Beech Rintoul wrote: I deinstalled both versions of firefox and deleted any reference to mozilla or firefox. I carefully went through /var/run and /root. I rebooted and reinstalled linux-firefox. Still get the error.

Re: jdk15 on 6.0

2006-04-02 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 4/2/06, james g. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: FreeBSD Land: I've seen this question asked on this very list, and once or twice on the web, but have yet to find a solution. I'm attempting to compile jdk15 on an older machine, and at first attempted it on a 4.11 install. The failures there

watch(8), xwatchwin as courseware [solved by script/tail]

2006-04-03 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
Hi. I have to teach no-frills freebsd courses. I wonder how I can arrange all the students seeing on their displays what I'm typing in my xterm in real-time. I haven't been very successful with xwatchwin (I've been able to see it in action but it wasn't very pleasant, and it dumps core on me

Re: promiscuous mode enabled

2006-04-09 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 4/9/06, fbsd_user [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If you run tcpdump it turns on promiscuous mode when it starts and turns it off when you stop it. Yes, using the -p switch should be a good habit in most cases. ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing

Re: portsnap DOESN'T WORK

2006-04-12 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 4/12/06, Colin Percival [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Wojciech Puchar wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] portsnap fetch [...] Fetching 4 metadata files... /usr/sbin/portsnap: cannot open 4ad98b45a8fb7f262971491949ddd63be3fa066a31d5d09d53a9eddff3276698.gz: No such file or directory metadata is

X11/xterm Unicode woes

2006-04-13 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
About a month ago UTF-8 locale stopped working in my xterm. I fail to find comprehensive documentation on fonts in X11 and therefore I fail to fully understand and trace the problem. I'll be most grateful if somebody leads me to a source of fine docs, but I'm really full of doubt after much

Gmail vs FreeBSD

2006-04-16 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
So what's up with gmail and freebsd sites? I haven't seen a single message delivered to my inbox since April 13. Not from mailing lists, not from gnats scripts - nothing. I told the lists to send mail to my other address, I then redirect from there back to gmail - and it works. So gmail seems to

Re: Gmail vs FreeBSD

2006-04-17 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 4/17/06, Igor Robul [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sun, Apr 16, 2006 at 02:11:06PM +0100, Richard Collyer wrote: Andrew Pantyukhin wrote: If your running FreeBSD just get a qmail server on the go and slap squirrelmail on there for web based mail. Not everybody in the world has 24/7

Re: Gmail vs FreeBSD

2006-04-18 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 4/18/06, Wes Santee [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Andrew Pantyukhin wrote: So what's up with gmail and freebsd sites? I haven't seen a single message delivered to my inbox since April 13. Not from mailing lists, not from gnats scripts - nothing. I told the lists to send mail to my

Re: Gmail vs FreeBSD

2006-04-18 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 4/18/06, Daniel A. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Same problem. I didnt recieve any emails from the FreeBSD lists between April 14'th and 07:40 this morning (GMT+1) I wonder if there are any evil giggles at googleplex... ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org

Re: DansGuardian Webmin Module

2006-04-18 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 4/18/06, tethys ocean [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi All I need a Dansguardian Webmin module. İt server in SourceForce ( http://sourceforge.net/projects/dgwebminmodule/) But I couldnt understand wbm extention file. I checked my server with

Re: Gmail vs FreeBSD

2006-04-18 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 4/18/06, pete wright [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: i'd suggest getting an SDF account as a backup atleast. and heck, if you pony up ~$20 (us) you get a lifetime NetBSD shell. Not too bad IMHO. slapping head http://sdf.lonestar.org/ You shouldn't. Currently it's the third link google

Re: IPFW Problems

2006-04-19 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 4/20/06, Drew Tomlinson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 4/17/2006 2:29 PM Noah Silverman wrote: Hi, I have a system with a 4.11 Kernel. Unless I'm doing something very wrong, there seems to be something odd with ipfw. Take the following rules: I assume above this you have ipfw add

Re: Gmail vs FreeBSD

2006-04-20 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
Google redeemed now I've received apologies and promises of investigation. All in all, it's just a dirty trick to make me a happy user once again :-) ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: USB 2 support in 4.11-STABLE

2006-04-20 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 4/20/06, Odhiambo Washington [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am looking around for information on whether 4.11-STABLE supports USB 2.0 Nope, since 5.1 only. ehci(4) ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: IPFW Problems

2006-04-20 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 4/21/06, RW [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thursday 20 April 2006 05:14, Andrew Pantyukhin wrote: Yes. 'setup' is from semi-stateful firewall functionality while 'keep-state' is from fully stateful one. You can't use both in one rule without strange consequences. Just delete 'setup' words

Re: Apache port included dso modules

2006-04-22 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 4/22/06, fbsd [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In the hpptd.conf file their are a bunch of DSO modules being included. Are these required by Apache to run? The only one I know for sure I am using is the PHP4 one. Can I comment the rest out to disable them as I considerer anything I am not

Re: port building linking

2006-04-22 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 4/21/06, ph rhole oper [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I need to build a port (mail/cyrus-imapd23) and add support for the mit-kerberos implementation to it. It needs to link to the -lkrb5 library.There are two libkrb5*.so in my system: the heimdal one (/usr/lib/libkrb5*.so) and the mit one

Re: Motherboards

2006-04-23 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 4/23/06, Francisco Reyes [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Andrew Pantyukhin writes: Supermicro are also very good, but IMO they come second after Tyan. Coming late, ok way late :-), into the thread, but someone was mentioning that Supermicro motherboards had issues with Opterons. Anyone has

Re: Motherboards

2006-04-23 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 4/23/06, Francisco Reyes [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Andrew Pantyukhin writes: Well, I've heard that Google builds their newest servers almost exclusively on Opteron/Supermicro. Any public reference to that? What was the source? http://www.theregister.com/2006/03/11/supermicro_super_amd

Re: Firefox::::: ugh.

2006-04-25 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 4/25/06, Gary Kline [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If firefox is supposedly superior to every other browser, why, when it sees a realplayer smil file, does it pop up a rectangle with radio-button options and a BROWSE button? I press BROWSE and another frame

Re: How to verify speed of a 1Gb/s network?

2006-04-26 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 4/26/06, Rob [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, How can I verify that a 1Gb/s network is indeed operating at its optimal speed? I tried this: [master]$ ping -s 65507 node 65515 bytes from node: icmp_seq=0 ttl=64 time=1.97 ms 65515 bytes from node: icmp_seq=1 ttl=64 time=1.95 ms 65515 bytes

Huge (100k+) number of processes

2006-04-26 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
I was wondering if it's possible to run over 100k processes simultaneously on a FreeBSD box with sufficient amount of RAM (and CPU power). ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To

Re: How to verify speed of a 1Gb/s network?

2006-04-26 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 4/26/06, Jonathan Horne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: a few years back, i had a gigabit fiber switch, and 2 intel gigabit fiber cards that i put in my 2 fastest computers (at the time, dual p3 1000 and dual p3 933). they both had 10k rpm ultra160 SCSI drives. the fastest i could get for

Re: Huge (100k+) number of processes

2006-04-26 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 4/26/06, Iantcho Vassilev [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Sure,why not? It`s FreeBSD for God sake! Yeah, I know :-) The problem is that kern.maxproc=20 line in /boot/loader.conf only raised the real value to 21576. Is that authoritative, or should I just try and run 200k processes? I only

Re: Huge (100k+) number of processes

2006-04-26 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 4/26/06, Dan Nelson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In the last episode (Apr 26), Andrew Pantyukhin said: On 4/26/06, Iantcho Vassilev [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 4/26/06, Andrew Pantyukhin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I was wondering if it's possible to run over 100k processes

Re: KAME snap on FreeBSD5.4 : ad0: FAILED - READ_DMA...

2006-04-29 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 4/29/06, larafa sondes [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I am trying to install kame/SHISA (kame snap: kame-20060227-freebsd54-snap.tgz) on FreeBSD 5.4 in order to use Mobile IPv6. When building the kernel: - make config performed well - make got the following error: ad0: FAILED - READ_DMA

Re: Intel Macs, FreeBSD, and drivers

2006-04-29 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 4/28/06, Gayn Winters [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The consensus of the group is that FreeBSD should run fine on an Intel Mac. I'm interested in the time lag between the availability of drivers on an Intel Mac and on FreeBSD. Question1: If there is a driver for a device that works on an Intel

Re: linux-firefox and multimedia

2006-05-02 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 5/2/06, dick hoogendijk [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have mplayerplug-in show most of my multimedia in the *native* firefox. However, linux-firefox runs very smooth too and runs flash7. I know how I can isntall java on this non-native version, BUT, how do I go about when I want the multimedia

Re: X11/xterm Unicode woes

2006-05-02 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 4/14/06, Rostislav Krasny [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: About a month ago UTF-8 locale stopped working in my xterm. I experience the same problem after the xterm port had been updated from 206 to 210 version. As a workaround you can either: downgrade to xterm-206 or use uxterm. I'm suspecting

ssh and minmssoverload

2006-05-04 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
For certain reasons I have minmssoverload set to small values (like 50) on some of the gateways I admin. The problem is when I ssh from such a gateway, I often exceed the limit and the connection get dropped. Is there a way to throttle ssh to a smaller packets per second? I tried compression,

Buffer space and socket syscall tracing

2006-01-26 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
I've stumbled upon the infamous No buffer space available problem (with thousands of netgraph nodes). I'm wondering if there's a really comprehensive way to debug it. I know that it's probably a matter of some sysctl, but I've googled and tuned for days - and I now feel that there must be another

Re: Encrypted syslog over network

2006-01-27 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 1/27/06, Erik Norgaard [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi: I was thinking, is there any way of secure syslogging to a different server? AFAIK syslog uses udp/514 and I would like to monitor a number of remote hosts. Now, for privacy and security reasons, I would like that the syslog messages

Re: Encrypted syslog over network

2006-01-27 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 1/27/06, Erik Norgaard [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Andrew Pantyukhin wrote: On 1/27/06, Erik Norgaard [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi: I was thinking, is there any way of secure syslogging to a different server? AFAIK syslog uses udp/514 and I would like to monitor a number of remote

Re: Is there a how-to super-page for FreeBSD?

2006-01-28 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 1/28/06, Xn Nooby [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: There are several websites people have put together for Ubuntu that show every little step for configuring Ubuntu, is there such a page for FreeBSD? For example, tonight I installed Firefox, and wanted to install Acrobat, Flash, Realplayer, and

Re: pptp server

2006-01-30 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
Please cc mpd-users@lists.sourceforge.net or use the forum at the project page. ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Which linux_base port to use?

2006-01-30 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 1/30/06, Joel Hatton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I'd like to try a linux binary application (Arkeia backup server) under FreeBSD R6, so naturally this means linux compatibility, but I'm a little confused - until today I presumed that only one 'linux_base' port existed. A brief inspection

Re: [Mpd-users] routing issue of mpd

2006-01-31 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 1/31/06, gahn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi: I got mpd working and logined into pptp server through internet. From my pc, I can ping internal interface of the pptp server, 192.168.128.1 (my pc address is 192.168.128.10). the problem is that I can't ping anything beyond that, such as

Re: portupgrade xorg-* - mouse-wheel stops working under X

2006-02-02 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
You can always tell xmodmap that you've got 11 buttons (or whatever xorg tells you in its log). Just add ... 8 9 10 11 to the map and it will work fine once again. ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: changelog from 6.0-RC1 to 6.0-RELEASE

2006-02-02 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 2/2/06, Nathan Vidican [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Where may I find a changelog from 6.0-RC1, to 6.0-RELEASE; what has/was changed? Reason being, I still have a box running 6.0-RC1... and as much as I would like to update to 6.0-RELEASE, if it ain't broke - don't fix it. -- Nathan

Re: Any idea when Xorg 7.0's coming to FBSD?

2006-02-02 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 2/3/06, Igor Robul [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, Feb 02, 2006 at 10:12:11PM -0800, Garrett Cooper wrote: Erm, unless 6.9 is modular (which I didn't think was the case), there should be a noticeable difference. AFAIK there is only one difference - 6.9 is traditianaly packaged (6 or 7

Re: cannot download FreeBSD 6 !!!

2006-02-04 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 2/4/06, Mihai Mateescu [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi there! I'm from Romania and I have tried to download FreeBSD 6 release. I tried from your ftp server, then from a romanian ftp server, but there is the same problem: when DAP reaches 80%, it stucks in an indefinite point - it seems to

Trouble with resources under network load

2006-02-04 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
I've got P4 box with 256Mb RAM. I want it to be able to forward 5Mbit/s between 500 PPTP clients (no crypto/ compression) and our ISP. I understand we should probably get Cisco for this, or at least a higher-spec box, but I just want this setup to be kinda proof of concept. Complicated things can

Re: Possibility to submit requests for new ports?

2006-02-06 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 2/7/06, FreeBSD Prospect [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi! I was wondering, if there is any communication channel to request new ports. I mean, isn't it likely, that a FreeBSD user (not a codergeek able to create ports himself) is looking for some software, which is available open-source for

How to get 2 if's act like a switch?

2006-02-08 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
I'm sorry for not looking it up myself. Can I get 2 interfaces on a router switch ethernet frames (between themselves and the box itself) and the other interfaces act like normal ones? I need services like dhcpd to not see any difference between the 2 switched if's, just like it's a single

Re: How to get 2 if's act like a switch?

2006-02-08 Thread Andrew Pantyukhin
On 2/8/06, Chuck Swiger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Andrew Pantyukhin wrote: Can I get 2 interfaces on a router switch ethernet frames (between themselves and the box itself) and the other interfaces act like normal ones? I need services like dhcpd to not see any difference between the 2

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