Re: WindowsCE Device (iPAQ) and FreeBSD

2004-04-25 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Monday 26 April 2004 00:13, Ralph M. Los wrote: Are there any drivers or connectors to be able to talk (synch, etc) to a WinCE device for FreeBSD? Yes, there is: $ cd /usr/ports $ make search name=synce Antoine ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

USB problems

2004-05-13 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
it for like a week and had no problem). Note that _all_ my devices have a power switch. So my questions would be: - do you know where this problem could come from ? - do you have any idea how I could maybe send some data to the USB port to keep it alive ? Thanks in advance. Regards, -- Antoine

Re: USB problems

2004-05-13 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Selon andre post [EMAIL PROTECTED]: How does your Wired memory behave during the time of intensive USB traffic? Well, when scanning for exemple, it starts at 112M Wired up to 114M Wired... so I guess this is ok. If my bet is right, you're suffering from the usb driver memory leak as outlined

Re: The correct way to run make

2004-05-14 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Friday 14 May 2004 19:17, Gerard Samuel wrote: a) make --SOMEOPTION=yes b) make --SOMEOPTION=yes c) make SOMEOPTION=yes I'm not sure there's an official way, but I think you can use whatever: make -DOPTION make OPTION=1 make OPTION=yes ___

Re: The correct way to run make

2004-05-14 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Friday 14 May 2004 19:50, Android66 wrote: Often you need to specify values, like for postgresql: make PREFIX=/some/other/dir I've never used PREFIX as a make option. I always use the default which usually is /usr/local (otherwise, I think it is defined in the port Makefile). Antoine

Re: The correct way to run make

2004-05-14 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Selon Gerard Samuel [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Im giving up for now. Tried to build mozilla with - make -DWITHOUT_MAILNEWS=yes -DWITHOUT_LDAP=yes -DWITHOUT_CHATZILLA=yes install and it still has the mail and chatzilla modules installed. Maybe Ill experiment with it later (like when Im sleeping)

Re: Manually starting RCng scripts disabled in rc.conf

2004-05-17 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Monday 17 May 2004 18:51, Freddie Cash wrote: Is it possible to manually run an rcNG-style script with app_enable=NO in /etc/rc.conf? For instance, there are a few services that I don't want running all the time on my laptop (like Apache, Squid, DansGuardian) but that I need running now

Re: Imap Proxy server?

2004-05-25 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Tuesday 25 May 2004 20:06, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey all, I have looked into this before but never really found too much info on it. On one of my FreeBSD boxes I run Squirrelmail. I was told that there is a Imap Proxy server that can be ran on the local box to help with some

apache segfault (11)

2004-06-09 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi :) I'm having a very big problem with latest apache from ports under 5.2.1. First let me say that all my ports are up-to-date. Now, I use Apache+php+mysql with Horde for webmail. Since a couple of days, the webmail is almost impossible to use, login in takes forever and usually ends with an

RE: apache segfault (11)

2004-06-09 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Selon BSDBoy [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Did you use any nonstandard optimizations while compiling apache? Also let Nope, nothing. us know if apache is running in chroot environment. Could u also paste about No, it is a default install, no chroot. 30 lines from the last of the apache log? Also did

Re: apache segfault (11)

2004-06-09 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Wednesday 09 June 2004 21:32, BSDBoy wrote: Looks rather strange to me because I can't find anything offending which may cause the child processes to segfault. Could u make deinstall apache+plugins, make clean, cvsup the port tree and remake it? Did it help??? That was the first thing I

Re: Default make.conf in FreeBSD 5.x?

2004-06-14 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Monday 14 June 2004 02:41, Andrew McLaren wrote: Apologies in advance for what might be a dumb question - but I have searched Readmes, UPDATE, Handbook, FAQ, Google, without finding the answer Looks like you did not look at the man page. from make.conf(5): FILES /etc/make.conf

Re: USB 2.0 (ehci) - still buggy?

2004-06-14 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Monday 14 June 2004 09:51, AK wrote: I have just compiled EHCI into kernel, but have no luck on making USB2 working :( Is USB2 supported or it is still buggy on fbsd? If I compile ehci into the kernel and plug a USB2 Harddrive, my FreeBSD-5.2.1 box panics, so I guess it is still _very_

Re: Default make.conf in FreeBSD 5.x?

2004-06-14 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Monday 14 June 2004 10:01, Andrew McLaren wrote: No, I read the man page :-) I may be stupid, but I am not lazy :-)) The man page also helpfully says This man page may occasionally be out of date so, while it's a useful document, it is not necessarily the final arbiter of correctness. I

Re: UFS2 and ufs2 documentation ?

2004-06-20 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Sunday 20 June 2004 01:29, Joe Schmoe wrote: Quick question - when I run `mount` or view /etc/fstab in fbsd 5.x, I just see ufs as the filesystem type.  How can I get some kind of output that assures me that those volumes are indeed UFS2 volumes ?  How do I verify that ? # dumpfs

configure args in ports

2003-09-13 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 Hi ! How can I pass configure arguments to a port without editing the Makefile ? Is there something like: make -DOPTION1 -DOPTION2 CONFIGURE_ARGS=--with_option3 install clean ? Thanks. - -- Antoine Jacoutot [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.lphp.org

Re: configure args in ports

2003-09-13 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Saturday 13 September 2003 12:01, Jens Rehsack wrote: How can I pass configure arguments to a port without editing the Makefile ? Is there something like: make -DOPTION1 -DOPTION2 CONFIGURE_ARGS=--with_option3 install clean ? see env(1)

Re: configure args in ports

2003-09-13 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Saturday 13 September 2003 12:36, Jens Rehsack wrote: Nope, $ env CONFIGURE_ARGS=--with-option3 OPTION2=yes make install clean would work fine as well as $ env CONFIGURE_ARGS=--with-option3 make -DOPTION2 install clean would as well as $ make

ldap and schema for user classes

2003-09-14 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
this ? Is there a schema somewhere I could try ? Thanks in advance. - -- Antoine Jacoutot [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.lphp.org PGP/GnuPG key: http://www.lphp.org/ressources/ajacoutot.asc -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.2.3 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQE/ZF9GY3Hnhkr

2 internet connections

2003-09-16 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi ! I wanted to know if the following setup could work under FreeBSD, and if so, where should I start to look for information. Basically, I would like my FreeBSD box to be a router for 2 networks and 2 internet connections... nothing fancy yet (no failover nor load balancing) something like

Re: iPAQ h1930 and FreeBSD 5.1 - is it possible?

2003-09-16 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
How Can ThisBe wrote: Hi, I have a iPAQ h1930 (handheld PC running Windows Pocket PC 2003) and was wondering how I could connect it to my FreeBSD 5.1 laptop using the USB cable. I was hoping I could simply mount the iPAQ like a digital camera. Then I thought it maybe something more like TCP/IP

auth_ldap

2003-09-17 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi ! Is there anyone using auth_ldap with apache under FreeBSD ? I get an odd error when trying to authenticate: [Wed Sep 17 15:25:32 2003] [error] [client 172.16.20.10] Could not bind to LDAP server `localhost' as (null): Protocol error I tried to ask for help on the auth_ldap mailing list,

tcp sendspace

2003-09-18 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi ! I just wanted to know if setting: net.inet.tcp.sendspace=65535 was a bad idea ? I'm not sure about all the consequences this could have, if any... Thanks in advance. Antoine ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: tcp sendspace

2003-09-18 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On Thursday 18 September 2003 19:26, Chuck Swiger wrote: was a bad idea ? Probably not. Good :) Are you trying to solve a problem or tune network performance, or are you just asking what happens if you twiddle this particular knob? :-) I'm

ipfw.conf is not read

2003-09-19 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi ! I have a stange problem today. I just set up a brand new 5.1 box. I added in my rc.conf: firewall_enables=YES firewall_script=/etc/ipfw.conf firewall_logging=YES IPFW is compiled in the kernel. If I go: sh /etc/ipfw.conf; the rules get loaded with no problem, but when I reboot the computer,

Re: ipfw.conf is not read

2003-09-19 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
try: firewall_enable=YES firewall_type=/etc/ipfw.conf I already tried that, but it does not work :( Antoine ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL

cannot alias non-local names

2003-09-19 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi, Since last sendmail update, whenever I change an alias in /etc/mail/aliases and run make I get: # make /usr/sbin/sendmail -bi -OAliasFile=/etc/mail/aliases /etc/mail/aliases: line 19: root... cannot alias non-local names /etc/mail/aliases: line 22: MAILER-DAEMON... cannot alias non-local

Re: ipfw.conf is not read

2003-09-19 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Armand Passelac wrote: YES your problem is the *s* at the and of the firewall_enable line ;-) I can NOT believe how stupid I am... I'm really sorry about this ;) Moreover, according to me, a chmod 600 /etc/ipfw.conf seems to be better ;-) Yes, of course, I just set it to 644 for my testings...

NIS create homedir

2003-09-30 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi ! I was wondering if it was possible to automaticaly create users home directories when creating NIS users ? Indeed, the -m switch for the command pw does not create them. Is it normal behaviour, or is it a bug ? Thanks in advance. -- Antoine Jacoutot [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.lphp.org

formatting hardrive

2003-10-04 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
/ -- /mnt, /tmp -- /mnt/tmp ... and so on. I sware I tried all morning without any kind of success :( I would really appreciate some help. Thanks in advance. -- Antoine Jacoutot [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.lphp.org PGP/GnuPG key: http://www.lphp.org/ressources/ajacoutot.asc

Re: formatting hardrive

2003-10-05 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Saturday 04 October 2003 21:53, Manuel Rabade (MiG) wrote: Sysintsall should work fine .. cand you send the output of 'fdisk /dev/ad2' and 'bsdlabel /dev/ad2'. I finally succeeded... Rebooting, using the install CD... all kind of different things... and it finally worked. Antoine

Re: formatting hardrive

2003-10-05 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Saturday 04 October 2003 23:56, Jerry McAllister wrote: Well, although /stand/sysinstall would do it OK, it might be just as easy to use fdisk and disklabel directly. I don't know anything about 'bsdlabel'. I thank you very much for this long answer which I'll keep as a reference for all

Re: samba 3.0, FreeBSD 5.1

2003-10-05 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Sunday 05 October 2003 02:10, Micheas Herman wrote: Here are my changes. Does anyone have any suggestions? If I may... you could include options to compile with syslog, with ldap and with ldap_comptat. Antoine -- Antoine Jacoutot [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.lphp.org PGP/GnuPG key: http

Re: Samba Change Password from Windows using ctrl-alt-delete

2003-10-08 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Wednesday 08 October 2003 23:15, Uwe Laverenz wrote: passwd chat = *New*password* %n\n *Retype*new**password* %n\n *password*has*been*changed* And please, don't let me see statements like don't run Samba 2.x on FreeBSD again, because I've been doing this for many years. Thank you...

amd with ldap support

2003-10-14 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi :) This might sound like a dumb question, but is it possible to compile the amd automounter with ldap support in the base system ? I'm using openldap as an authentication system for my users (with nss_ldap, pam_ldap and samba) and I would love to use amd ldap maps. Right now, I have: Map

Re: Best 6.1 channel sound card for FreeBSD?

2003-10-14 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Tuesday 14 October 2003 16:42, jason dictos wrote: Whats the best 6.1 channel sound card for FreeBSD (i.e. what one has the most open source support behind it)? Hum, as far as I know, there's not 6.1, 5.1, nor 4.1 support under FreeBSD. But I might be wrong. Antione

error compiling amd with ldap

2003-10-15 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi :) I tried to recompile amd so it would have LDAP support. What I did is add the following line in /usr/src/usr.sbin/amd/amd/Makefile : SRCS+= info_ldap.c Unfortunately id does not work :( I did the following: $ cd /usr/src/usr.sbin/amd $ make clean make depend make I then get the following

ports security updates branch

2003-10-17 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi :) This might be a dumb question, but I was wondering if a king of stable branch existed for the ports tree. Under OpenBSD I think you can follow the ports tree stable branch so you only get security updates for your ports. This does not seem possible under FreeBSD, if I understood

Re: ports security updates branch

2003-10-17 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Kris Kennaway wrote: The reason I'm asking this is that I don't want to update my ports everytime a new version comes out... except if it has a security issue. FreeBSD doesn't provide this. Since our ports collection is about 5 times the size of OpenBSD's it's too much work. Oh I know that :)

Re: ports security updates branch

2003-10-17 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Matthew Seaman wrote: However, is there a way to know if one of my installed packages has a security alert ? I guess not... but we never know... Subscribe to [EMAIL PROTECTED] -- FreeBSD security notices cover problems with ported applications, as do security alerts when the software in

Re: ports security updates branch

2003-10-17 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Selon Simon Gray [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I'd recommend signing up to www.zone-h.org's daily advisory report doesn't solve the problem for you, but has most advisories in a single daily email, which you can eye ball or use mail filters to high light ones that apply to you. That is a very good

Re: Freebsd 4.8 Command to finish typing

2003-10-23 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
DanB wrote: How do you have Freebsd 4.8 finish typing a line? On older version I just type Ma and escape to finish typing Make. Under csh, you can type CTRL-D ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions

Re: Activesync?

2003-10-23 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Manfred Riem wrote: Possibly a newbie question, but I need to know if someone knows a utility to access a Windows CE based PDA? $ cat /usr/ports/palm/synce-libsynce/pkg-descr SynCE is a project for connecting to devices running Windows CE or Pocket PC. Libsynce provides common functions needed

compile automounter with LDAP support

2003-10-25 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
to do, I guess ldap libraries aren't found or something, although I do have OpenLDAP installed and working (as a samba PDC and Unix users authentication system). Thanks in advance for your ideas... Antoine -- Antoine Jacoutot [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.lphp.org PGP/GnuPG key

FAM

2003-10-26 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
/fam[8731]: exited, signal 6 I tried hacking the configuration file a bit, turned on debug, but got no more explicit error message. Is there anyone using FAM under FreeBSD who does not have these kind of erros ? Thanks in advance. -- Antoine Jacoutot [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.lphp.org PGP/GnuPG

Re: compile automounter with LDAP support

2003-10-27 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Gernot Hueber wrote: Hi Antoine, you need to include /usr/local/include/ldap.h: have a look am /usr/src/contrib/amd/include/am_defs.h (HAVE_LDAP_H) and the HAVE_MAP_LDAP in several source files. Probably you have to define both in /usr/src/usr.sbin/amd/amd/ Makefile?! Great, thanks a lot, I'll

mountd/nfs export options

2003-11-02 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
this (security ?), but I would really like to find a way to do this anyway... If you have any idea. Thanks in advance. -- Antoine Jacoutot [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.lphp.org PGP/GnuPG key: http://www.lphp.org/ressources/ajacoutot.asc ___ [EMAIL

Re: mountd/nfs export options

2003-11-03 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Lowell Gilbert wrote: Is there a trick or anything I could use to exports 2 directories on the same filesystem, but with different options ? For exemple, I have /dev/ad2s1d mounted on /exports. I would like to export /exports/share1 read-only and /exports/share2 read-write. It's not possible,

if_tun

2003-11-03 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
kernel config file. Thanks in advance. -- Antoine Jacoutot [EMAIL PROTECTED] http://www.lphp.org PGP/GnuPG key: http://www.lphp.org/ressources/ajacoutot.asc ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions

Re: mountd/nfs export options

2003-11-04 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Lowell Gilbert wrote: The limitation is in the NFS protocol, not in the FreeBSD implementation, so if Linux lets you do this, you're fooling yourself about the security involved. Allright then... but I'm forced to find way to do this anyway. I guess I have to find another way of sharing those

Re: mountd/nfs export options

2003-11-04 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Nathan Kinkade wrote: Must they be two separate exports, or could you simply export /exports and then control read/write access to /exports/share1 and /exports/share2 using regular unix file permissions? For example: dr-xr-xr-x 2 user group 4096 Nov 4 08:34 share1/ drwxrwxrwx 2 user group

Re: mountd/nfs export options

2003-11-04 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Selon Nathan Kinkade [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Hmmm ... again, certainly this is an option that has crossed your mind already, but would it be impossible or impractical to move /exports/share2 to a diff filesystem, such that you could then export with different options. If for some reason share1 and

Re: FreeBSD +Samba +OpenLDAP as a Primary Domain controller

2003-11-05 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Wednesday 05 November 2003 22:00, Jason Williams wrote: With that in mind, i'd like to use FreeBSD as my Primary Domain Controller. What I wanted to know is if anyone had any experiences using a similar setup? Are there any limitations with using FreeBSD as a PDC? What kind of information

Re: FreeBSD +Samba +OpenLDAP as a Primary Domain controller

2003-11-06 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Roland Wells wrote: Any pointers, walk-throughs, warnings or the like would be greatly appreciated. If you want to see more about our specific situation (which we have titled Set Us Free(BSD), check out: http://fftechcenter.org/content/articles/setusfreebsd.html There don't see to be any major

Re: NFS client mount options in CURRENT/5.1-

2003-11-06 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Scott W wrote: mount -tnfs -orw,rsize=8196,wsize=8196,bg,hard,intr,async sol:/export /mnt nfs: -o rsize=: option not supported Try -r 8196 -w 8196 and have a look at man mount_nfs. Antoine ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

can't re-use a leaf (if_tun_debug)

2004-01-14 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi :) I just upgraded from 5.1-CURRENT to 5.2-RELEASE today, but I still have the same problem I was having before. When booting the box, I get the following error: module_register: module if_tun already exists! Module if_tun failed to register: 17 can't re-use a leaf (if_tun_debug)! It looks

ntpd does not work under 5.2

2004-01-14 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi :) I'm trying to configure ntpd under 5.2-RELEASE, but I think there might be a bug or something. My configuration used to work under 4.x but now I get errors. First: $ /etc/rc.d/ntpd start ps: kvm_getprocs: No such process Starting ntpd. -- I have no idea what it means Second (after a few

Re: Loading balancing with more than one ISP.

2004-01-14 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Wednesday 14 January 2004 14:42, budsz wrote: 1. With FreeBSD can do like this?, example with route(8)? 2. Does FreeBSD support more than 1 as defaut gateway in routing table?? 3. I found some options in /etc/default/rc.conf like static_routes=, if I use static_routes= _WITHOUT_ defaut

Re: Loading balancing with more than one ISP.

2004-01-14 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Wednesday 14 January 2004 15:46, Simon Gray wrote: Easiest way I would of thought would be to use BGP or OSPF under Zebra (/usr/ports/net/zebra)(www.zebra.org) I'm no expert, but the majority if ISPs tend to use BGP and/or OSPF. Yes, but one said that for BGP you had to work directly ith

Re: Loading balancing with more than one ISP.

2004-01-14 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Wednesday 14 January 2004 17:00, Ruben de Groot wrote: I'm not entirely sure (never used it myself), but I think you can use routed(8), depending on the way you connect to your ISPs. I have one ethernet -- router and one ethernet -- dsl modem connections to connect to my ISPs. As you said,

Re: Loading balancing with more than one ISP.

2004-01-14 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Wednesday 14 January 2004 17:30, Tillman Hodgson wrote: I'm a heavy Zebra (migrating to Quagga) user. Using dynamic routing is very handy, but it won't solve the problem of balancing load across two connections. Thanks for the feedback :) So you can't round-robin between two default

Re: Loading balancing with more than one ISP.

2004-01-14 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Wednesday 14 January 2004 19:50, Tillman Hodgson wrote: On FreeBSD, source-based routing is done with the IPFW 'fwd' command (or the IPFilter 'pass out quick on int_2 to int_1' syntax) rather that using the `route` command. I'm doing that myself (with IPFilter) and it works well. It's

Re: Loading balancing with more than one ISP.

2004-01-14 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Wednesday 14 January 2004 21:42, Tillman Hodgson wrote: If you're using IPFilter, you might be interested in the HOWTO: http://www.obfuscation.org/ipf/ipf-howto.html The section on the to keyword is unfortunately very brief. Yes I already checked this and as you said, it was poor

source routing and dynamic @ip

2004-01-15 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi :) Allright, so, I've been trying to build a routing setup for some weeks now, and after looking everywhere and asking for help, I still cannot find the answer. Here is what I want to do: source routing to 2 internet connections. Basically, I want net1 to go on the Internet using gateway

Re: Loading balancing with more than one ISP.

2004-01-15 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Thursday 15 January 2004 16:41, Dirk Meyer wrote: Thats easy on your router: #!/bin/sh gateway1=10.10.10.1 gateway2=10.10.10.2 dmz=10.10.20.0/24 lan=10.10.30.0/24 ipfw add fwd ${gateway2} ip from ${dmz} to any ipfw add fwd ${gateway1} ip from ${lan} to any Thanks... but the thing is

Re: Samba 3.x.x on FreeBSD 4.9

2004-01-15 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Thursday 15 January 2004 23:18, Tim Aslat wrote: I realise this is a maintainer issu, however I would like some indication of wether it's a localised problem or if it's common enough that something needs to be done about it. This is how I install samba-devel on my 5-2 boxes without anyu

rpc.lockd segfault

2004-01-17 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi, I'm having a problem under FreeBSD-5.2-RELEASE. I mount my users homedir under NFS and need rpc.lockd. Unfortunately, and with no reason nor log, rpc.lockd regularly core dump... Any idea where I should start looking. Thanks. Antoine ___ [EMAIL

Re: rpc.lockd segfault

2004-01-17 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Saturday 17 January 2004 13:38, Antoine Jacoutot wrote: I'm having a problem under FreeBSD-5.2-RELEASE. I mount my users homedir under NFS and need rpc.lockd. Unfortunately, and with no reason nor log, rpc.lockd regularly core dump... Any idea where I should start looking. Here is more

Re: Loading balancing with more than one ISP.

2004-01-18 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Sunday 18 January 2004 06:15, Dinesh Nair wrote: you can do this with IPFW's fwd rulesets. ipfw add fwd netconnexion1_gw ip from DMZ/netmask to any ipfw add fwd netconnexion2_gw ip from LAN/netmask to any Well, somehow, this never worked for me yet :( But well, I'll try again on monday :)

Re: Loading balancing with more than one ISP.

2004-01-18 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Sunday 18 January 2004 06:10, Dinesh Nair wrote: what i do today is i set the default route to the ISP i am more convinced off, with static routes of certain large CIDR address blocks going out to the other ISP. i decided on those large blocks after checking the global route tables, AS PATH

Re: Loading balancing with more than one ISP.

2004-01-18 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Sunday 18 January 2004 10:54, Chris Knipe wrote: I have a service set up, some.host IN A A.A.A.x (i.e. in network A and gateway A). Now, the moment some one from network B connects to the service I've setup on network A, the FreeBSD Box will route the reply packets out on network B

Re: rpc.lockd segfault

2004-01-18 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Saturday 17 January 2004 23:01, Kris Kennaway wrote: Unfortunately that doesn't give any information. You'll need to recompile rpc.lockd with GDB debugging symbols (add -ggdb to CFLAGS). See the developer's handbook on the website for more information about debugging program failures with

Re: rpc.lockd segfault

2004-01-18 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Sunday 18 January 2004 14:59, Gilad Rom wrote: install -s uses strip(1), so all your debugging symbols are erased. the original binary left in-place should have debugging symbols. Thanks you all, it seems to be ok now. I just have to wait for rpc.lockd to core dump again so I could get more

Re: Re: Loading balancing with more than one ISP.

2004-01-19 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Sunday 18 January 2004 10:36, Antoine Jacoutot wrote: ipfw add fwd netconnexion1_gw ip from DMZ/netmask to any ipfw add fwd netconnexion2_gw ip from LAN/netmask to any Allright people. So I'm still trying to make my setup working (using IPFILTER). Thanks for the help you gave, I finally

Re: rpc.lockd segfault

2004-01-19 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Selon Dan Nelson [EMAIL PROTECTED]: install -s -o root -g wheel -m 555 rpc.lockd /usr/sbin ^^ This strips the debugging symbols. Run gdb against the version of the binary in the obj/ directory. Allright, so I rebuilt rpc.lockd with: -g and copy the binary to

Re: syslog question

2004-01-19 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Monday 19 January 2004 13:09, Didier WIROTH wrote: I've this entry in syslog.conf (which is default): *.err;kern.debug;auth.notice;mail.crit /dev/console I would like also to log those messages in a file called for example: /var/log/console.critical (I want both, /dev/console and

Re: Loading balancing with more than one ISP.

2004-01-19 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Monday 19 January 2004 16:21, Tillman Hodgson wrote: When you tcpdump both external interfaces, do the packets on the interface that the 1921.68.0.0/24 network is supposed to use look like you would expect? Nope... there's nothing on the external interfaces from the 192.168.0.0/24

Re: Fwd: Re: Loading balancing with more than one ISP.

2004-01-20 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Monday 19 January 2004 17:22, Tillman Hodgson wrote: You've pretty much wore out the play with the config files route. Let's try getting some data by finding out what is actually happening so we can figure out what's wrong. Can you post what the traffic on the other interface

Re: [5.2] Startup script won't install

2004-01-20 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Tuesday 20 January 2004 15:38, Robert Fitzpatrick wrote: On Mon, 2004-01-19 at 13:38, Thomas T. Veldhouse wrote: Still no luck, it only confirms the placement of the slapd daemon at the end of the install. Everything goes well, but no slapd.sh in rc.d. Any ideas? My slapd statup script is

pkg database corrupted ? (LONG)

2004-02-09 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi :) Somehow, my ports DB got corrupted or something, so I cannot portupgrade anymore :( I updated by cvsup to see if it changed something, but id didn't... This is the command I issued after cvsuping: # cd /usr/ports # make index portsdb -u pkgdb -Fvu If you have any idea, I would really

Re: pkg database corrupted ? (LONG)

2004-02-09 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Monday 09 February 2004 18:21, Julien Gabel wrote: 1/ After ran cvsup(1), have you tried to regenerate the INDEX file in addition to INDEX.db? # portsdb -Uu 2/ Then, maybe you can try to re-create all the package database with: # pkgdb -fu Well, as I said in my previous mail,

snmpd Error opening specified endpoint

2004-02-10 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi :) I'm having a problem starting snmpd under FreeBSD-5.2-p2... I tried several options but I always get some strange errors. Note that I launch snmpd as root... --- # snmpd -p

cdrom hangs FreeBSD boot

2004-02-10 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi :) I'm using FreeBSD-5.2-RELEASE-p2 and I'm experiencing a very serious problem. When my cdrom is connected (slave on first IDE slot), FreeBSD hangs on boot at: Timecounter TSC frequency 2399937676 Hz quality 800 Timecounters tick every 10.000 msec There's no error, no panic, no messages

Re: snmpd Error opening specified endpoint

2004-02-10 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Tuesday 10 February 2004 15:52, Saint Aardvark the Carpeted wrote: something else listening on UDP port 161: # netstat -a | grep snm udp4 0 0 *.snmp *.* Yes, strange, isn't it ? Especially since this is a brand new system not even connected to the internet (I

deactivate slave on first IDE

2004-02-10 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi :) Since my system doesn't boot when my cdrom is plugged in (it hangs after timecounter... ; see my previous post), I was wondering if it was possible to tell FreeBSD not to deal with IDE1-slave (something like boot -noide2)... Indeed, in my bios, I set the IDE1-slave to none, but FreeBSD

Re: deactivate slave on first IDE

2004-02-10 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Wednesday 11 February 2004 03:00, Gautam Gopalakrishnan wrote: I assume you're running 5.2 p2. I had the same problem and it is solved by having a cd in the drive while booting. Seems like a known bug and is being fixed. I am running 5.2-p2 indeed... But having a cd in the drive does not

Re: DVD playback finally works! =)

2004-02-11 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Wednesday 11 February 2004 09:55, Benjamin Walkenhorst wrote: Unfortunately, due to devfs, I have to change the permissions for acd0 and create the link (/dev/dvd) every time the system starts up - is there any way to make these changes permanent? Yes there is. -- man devfs -- edit

Re: CVSup question, which tag for 4.9-RELEASE?

2004-02-12 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Selon Bob Collins [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I am running a few boxes(n) on 4.9-RELEASE and am wondering about updating the ports and source. Using CVSup, should I tag src with RELENG_4, or RELENG_4_9? And what if any are the differences, that are not already noted in the handbook? Up to this point, I

net-snmp kvm_read: Bad address

2004-02-13 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi :) I'm running 5.2.1-RC2 and I have problem with the net/net-snmp port. I use mrtg to collect stats from localhost snmp and I get those strange logs in /var/log/snmpd.log: Connection from 127.0.0.1 kvm_read(*, 1, 0xbfbfd89c, 4) = -1: kvm_read: Bad address auto_nlist failed on nswdev at

Re: USB2 external hard drive too slow ....

2004-02-13 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Friday 13 February 2004 16:02, Heinrich Rebehn wrote: Hi Ivan, did you get any reply to your posting? I am having the same problem: Maxtor 250 GB external USB2 drive, Belkin USB2 card, FreeBSD 5.1, but i get only 1MB/sec. Does FreeBSD support USB 2.0 at all? Did you add device ehci in

make.conf CFLAGS and ports

2004-02-15 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi :) I was just wondering how CFLAGS were managed with make.conf and ports building. Indeed, today I just realized that what's in make.conf overwrite the default build for ports. I have this in my make.conf: CFLAGS= -O -pipe I though those were the right settings for building the world, but,

Re: make.conf CFLAGS and ports

2004-02-15 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Sunday 15 February 2004 21:16, Kris Kennaway wrote: We discussed this the other day on this very list..the answer is that this is not possible, and the contents of CFLAGS is what will be used for port builds (except a few broken ports). Allright... So, is there a way to know the defaults

if_tun failed to register (long)

2004-02-16 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi :) I've been having the same error for months now under FreeBSD-5.x (5.1, 5.2, 5.2.1-RC2, 5-CURRENT). It works anyway, but I'm concerned about this error anyway. When I boot, ppp is started automatically with rc.conf and I get the following error on the console: kernel: module_register:

Re: if_tun failed to register (long)

2004-02-16 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Monday 16 February 2004 12:05, you wrote: check /boot/loader.conf for if_tun_load=YES if so, comment it out. it will not load the module anymore. you will rely on the one compiled into kernel. if this is not the answer to your problem email back. No, this is not it. I never added

Re: Setting up samba as PDC

2004-02-18 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Wednesday 18 February 2004 16:50, BUTTERWORTH,THADDAEUS (HP-Boise,ex1) wrote: I'm needing to set up my machine as a PDC. When I go to add users using the smbpasswd -a username command I get the following error. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to fix this error? Yes: $ smbpasswd -w

hardware video capture

2004-02-19 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi :) I was wondering if there was a supported Hardware Compression Video Capture card under FreeBSD ? I know that, for exemple, Hauppauge WinTV or the Miro PC TV are supported, but these are software compression capture cards. I also know that Zoran cards (like Pinnaccle DC10+) are NOT

hardware video capture

2004-02-19 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi :) I was wondering if there was a supported Hardware Compression Video Capture card under FreeBSD ? I know that, for exemple, Hauppauge WinTV or the Miro PC TV are supported, but these are software compression capture cards. I also know that Zoran cards (like Pinnaccle DC10+) are NOT

errors with FAM and KDE

2004-02-21 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi :) I'm having a problem with FAM under KDE (3.2). My homedirs are mounted using NFS and regularly, I get the following errors in my logs: kernel: pid 609 (fam), uid 1: exited on signal 6 Everything seems to work fine though, but I'm always concern about errors I don't understand. The

Re: Nvidia

2004-02-22 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
On Sunday 22 February 2004 18:29, Uwe Laverenz wrote: AFAIK the nvidia drivers don't work with FreeBSD 5.2 anymore. Last time I tried was 2 weeks ago with -CURRENT and it did not work. I switched back to RELENG_4. Well... it works great under 5.2. $ cd /usr/ports/x11/nvidia-driver $ make

problem with USB hub

2004-02-23 Thread Antoine Jacoutot
Hi :) I use a USB hub with a scanner and a printer plugged-in under FreeBSD-5.2-RC2. The USB hub is self-powered. After some time of inactivity, the hub turns of the ports where my devices are connected which means I cannot access my printer nor scanner anymore... I there a way to tell FreeBSD

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