Re: perl pause or wait

2004-05-13 Thread Christopher Nehren
JJB wrote: I have perl script that issues the newsyslog command followed by 3 perl scripts that process the new .0 rotated file. Problem is the newsyslog rotate has not completed creating the new .0 and rolling through the other .x files before the first perl script in trying to open the .0 file

Re: Printing to a network printer?

2004-05-13 Thread Christopher Nehren
Gerard Samuel wrote: Specifically to a Brother MFC3820cn - http://solutions.brother.com/mfc3820cn_us/en_us/ Im currently trying to print to it via CUPS, but Im getting nowhere fast. Every so often I see someone or more than one someone struggling with CUPS and I have to ask myself Why?. Why

Re: the most light weight X web browser?

2004-05-08 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Sat, 8 May 2004 02:28:32 -0700, Roop Nanuwa scribbled these curious markings: Take a look at Opera. It is extremely lightweight in both size, memory footprint and CPU usage. It also has a built-in kiosk mode which would probably be perfectly suited for use in the tea house. ... right. Opera

Re: possible virus

2004-05-16 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Sat, 15 May 2004 20:01:33 +0100, arden wrote: Ive just received an e-mail claiming to be from Microsoft telling me torun the attached patch It's a known worm. Look at the headers and you can clearly see that it's not from Microsoft. This is why I have mutt and Evolution configured to always

Re: digital video cameras?

2004-05-16 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Sat, 15 May 2004 20:13:15 +0100, Ben Paley wrote: Anyone know anything about digital video cameras and freebsd? I've got usb but no firewire. What might be a good choice? And what editing software should I be looking at? Is there something in the ports that people like? I've had great luck

Re: HP Printer not working?

2004-05-16 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Thu, 03 Jun 2004 21:48:22 +0200, David Telyas wrote: I have an i386 running FreeBSD 5.2.1 and KDE, but I can't get my printer working. It's a HP Deskjet 5550 connected via USB. I've heard about lpd and cups, but don't know which one to use or what the difference is. So can anyone guide a

Re: Cannot Login After Using Kuser to setup Accounts

2004-05-19 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Wed, May 19, 2004 at 10:23:24 EDT, Mark Teel scribbled these curious markings: On a fresh install of FreeBSD 5.2, after I add a user via kuser, when I logout I cannot log back in! I get a message stating that the accound has expired, even for the root user. Looks like you got bitten by a

Re: Learning perl

2004-05-22 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Sat, May 22, 2004 at 13:10:05 EDT, Matthew Seaman scribbled these curious markings: On Sat, May 22, 2004 at 11:48:42AM -0400, JJB wrote: Looking for recommendations of best web sites for tutorials on learning perl, asking questions of peer group, lookup syntax, paper books, ETC. Three

Re: Proper way to start a program at log-on

2004-05-24 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Sun, May 23, 2004 at 21:42:04 EDT, Kirk Strauser scribbled these curious markings: Nope, that's fine. Of course, you *could* just leave it running forever, if you really wanted to. No, it is anything _but_ fine. If Gerard makes a mistake with mergemaster, his shutdown changes are lost. The

Re: Mystery Ports

2004-05-24 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Mon, May 24, 2004 at 11:44:40 EDT, Jason Dusek scribbled these curious markings: Hey, So I have some ports open (111 and 1023) and I don't know why. How do I find out what is keeping them open? I'm told that 111 is related to nfs, so I knocked off nfsiod but that didn't solve the

Re: Mystery Ports

2004-05-24 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Mon, May 24, 2004 at 11:58:43 EDT, JJB scribbled these curious markings: If you are running 5.x releases they have bug where NFS is run all the time even if you don't want them. You have to recompile your kernel without NFS support before they go away. You should submit an bug report about

Re: Strange pkg_info output

2004-05-25 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Tue, May 25, 2004 at 14:01:11 EDT, Chuck Swiger scribbled these curious markings: pkg_info: package bsdpan-DBD-mysql-2.9003 has no origin recorded pkg_info: package bsdpan-DBI-1.42 has no origin recorded pkg_info: package bsdpan-GD-1.19 has no origin recorded Should I be worried about

fetchmail chopping off messages 77 kB

2004-01-30 Thread Christopher Nehren
I'm currently using fetchmail to retrieve my email from my ISP. It works wonderfully, especially in combination with procmail and SpamAssassin -- except for one little problem that I'd like to verify is a bug here before sending a possibly spurious bug report. It seems that fetchmail truncates all

Re: 3Com USRobotics 5699B 56k fax modem install

2004-02-08 Thread Christopher Nehren
If you can, take your 5699B back and get a 5610B. It's a great non-winmodem made by USR, and it gave me many successful and uninterrupted dial-up hours. As an aside, someone should make a database of working modems, like with working printers. Someone might have done so already, /me shrugs. --

hotsmtpd dumping core on authentication

2004-04-21 Thread Christopher Nehren
with SASL. Any help appreciated. Best regards, Christopher Nehren -- I abhor a system designed for the user, if that word is a coded pejorative meaning stupid and unsophisticated. -- Ken Thompson - Unix is user friendly. However, it isn't idiot friendly. - Please CC me in all replies, even if I'm

multiuser screen sessions

2003-07-27 Thread Christopher Nehren
that I'm probably missing something obvious, but I'm not really sure what. Thanks in advance to any help. Best regards, Christopher Nehren signature.asc Description: This is a digitally signed message part

pom(6) doesn't accept date arguments whereas NetBSD's does

2003-03-06 Thread Christopher Nehren
I've compared the versions of pom(6) on FreeBSD and NetBSD (which is also the one installed on Debian GNU/Linux), and the NetBSD one accepts a date argument. Why hasn't this version been imported into FreeBSD? I can see nothing in terms of licensing (or anything else for that matter, including a

send-pr(1) requires local mail daemon,breach of contract for Comcast users

2003-03-11 Thread Christopher Nehren
I'm running FreeBSD as the only operating system on my home machine, using Comcast non-professional as my ISP. My problem is that send-pr is written to use a local mail daemon to send mail to the GNATS submission site. Running a mail daemon, however, is strictly and expressly prohibited by

Re: send-pr(1) requires local mail daemon,breach of contract for Comcast users

2003-03-11 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Tue, 2003-03-11 at 13:09, Dan Nelson wrote: I'm sure runing an incoming mail daemon is the prohibited part. Just using it to send messages can't be prohibited imho. From the Comcast Acceptable Use Policy: You may not resell, share, or otherwise distribute the Service or any portion

Re: send-pr(1) requires local mail daemon,breach of contract for Comcast users

2003-03-11 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Tue, 2003-03-11 at 13:29, Dan Nelson wrote: I'm almost positive that when they mean server they mean an incoming server. A sendmail that simply queues outgoing email for sending should not be prohibited. If you're worried, just send an email to their support group. I've sent them an

Re: send-pr(1) requires local mail daemon,breach of contract for Comcast users

2003-03-11 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Tue, 2003-03-11 at 14:51, Giorgos Keramidas wrote: You can always configure Sendmail to listen on localhost:25 only. This is what the relevant part of my rc.conf looks like: I'm sure that your ISP can't object to *this* sort of setup. Based upon a point raised by Bill Moran, I see how that

PDL 2.3.4 marked as broken but builds without problem

2003-03-16 Thread Christopher Nehren
I went to build p5-Gimp on my system and it pulled in PDL as a dependency. It failed, saying that the port was broken and didn't compile. Curious, I downloaded the distfile from ftp2.freebsd.org and extracted it to my ~ and built it on my own, without any patches (or errors). I'm not exactly sure

Re: PDL 2.3.4 marked as broken but builds without problem

2003-03-16 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Sun, 2003-03-16 at 16:24, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Anything you cd provide would be great - I tried to build PDL via the port today and it plotzed almost immediately. Was going to try to build it via CPAN but haven't gotten around to that yet :) Okay, first off my uname -a is: FreeBSD

Re: ./sshd start then nothing

2005-03-08 Thread Christopher Nehren
/rc.conf? sshd_enable=YES You need this line, or otherwise sshd start won't start sshd. You can use forcestart, but that will only start it once, and won't have it restart at each reboot. I recommend reading rc(8) and rc.conf(5) Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -- I abhor a system designed

Re: apache upgrade 1.3 - 2

2005-03-09 Thread Christopher Nehren
want to rethink it. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -- I abhor a system designed for the user, if that word is a coded pejorative meaning stupid and unsophisticated. -- Ken Thompson If you ask the wrong questions, you get answers like 42 and God. Unix is user friendly. However, it isn't idiot

Re: postfix on FreeBSD

2005-03-09 Thread Christopher Nehren
the usage without the hash: prefix (access included). Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -- I abhor a system designed for the user, if that word is a coded pejorative meaning stupid and unsophisticated. -- Ken Thompson If you ask the wrong questions, you get answers like 42 and God. Unix is user

Re: Who is using ACLs in production?

2005-03-13 Thread Christopher Nehren
files to group www. ACLs provide a nice middle ground in that sort of situation. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCNIgUk/lo7zvzJioRAjh1AJ9z1tn23YSbKNmFlF8ef8f/ERReaACgmZGH x0X6e2WdHTXORTDlSPUtwXw= =Re5U -END PGP SIGNATURE

Re: upgrade a couple of nearly identical machines

2005-03-13 Thread Christopher Nehren
, upgrading the same ports multiple times. This is waste of cpu power ;-) Make packages of the ports, and then install them on each machine? Use devel/distcc to split up the load for each? Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCNJGhk

Re: FTP server on 5.3

2005-03-16 Thread Christopher Nehren
reason: despite the fact that it does support TLS-encrypted connections, very few *clients* support that. You can have the most encrypted FTP server on the planet, but it won't do you one mite of good if your clients can't talk to the server. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP

Re: Ebay Phishing

2005-03-20 Thread Christopher Nehren
of stopping spam. It's a real pain in the neck for me to edit my Postfix configuration every time some pissy netadmin decides to blacklist a whole netblock because of one or two (ignorant) miscreants. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD

Re: Why acroread 5 -- 7 -- 5

2005-03-21 Thread Christopher Nehren
a longish thread on the relevant cvs mailing lists which details the discussion that resulted in this series of events. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCPu7fk/lo7zvzJioRAp8sAJ4uoFAILhCDmJ4OrNxL0d9nzaxzhwCfaR3F CEHo/o/nhMbxiKmJVVsFLbw

Re: cpan and POE

2005-03-21 Thread Christopher Nehren
}/devel/p5-POE Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCPu4Bk/lo7zvzJioRAtPmAJ9MjSNYe9alpftKiOUBvblnjDDQXgCbBdeQ mP+NxQXOlBtmvD+oE56bfFA= =HliJ -END PGP SIGNATURE- -- I abhor a system designed for the user, if that word is a coded

Re: c++filt

2005-03-21 Thread Christopher Nehren
? Did you install all of the distributions? (Yes, I know that my systems are out of date. But with GNOME 2.10, Xorg 6.8.2, *AND* KDE 3.4 all hitting the ports tree in very short order, system upgrades have fallen behind.) Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG

Re: NIC won't DHCP or configure

2005-03-21 Thread Christopher Nehren
doesn't depend upon X, would be to use pciconf, which is in the base system. pciconf -lv (run as root) should give the details about the card. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCPx0Zk

Re: libgobject-2.0.so.0: cannot open shared object

2005-03-21 Thread Christopher Nehren
Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCP6Mok/lo7zvzJioRAh80AJ4gfhHcWbNtaJ3+kVcdgxf7OH/mKwCfRYHo V6roB+QRbuoeS0hvhJdHtz0= =KkId -END PGP SIGNATURE- -- I abhor a system designed for the user, if that word is a coded pejorative meaning

Re: dsc

2005-03-21 Thread Christopher Nehren
difficult (and when it is, you have the collected experience of the members of the ports@ mailing list to assist you), and quite addictive. Before you know it, you maintain a port, then two, then more. The Porter's Handbook is a good place to start. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP

Re: Keyboard Repeat Rate

2005-03-22 Thread Christopher Nehren
as a keyboard disconnect which fouls up the keyboard settings, and having to su root each time would be rather annoying. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCQH3ek/lo7zvzJioRArSiAKCQkEj56qt9AeX5G+6Gp5TNSeOspACeLy05

Re: FreeBSD installation with single / partition

2005-03-22 Thread Christopher Nehren
, the same applies to the FreeBSD way of doing things, but often it is right :) ). Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCQH1Ak/lo7zvzJioRAqBYAJ4wkr0as3JvreUeOWM4Bz48YQAsHwCgsYl4 mAcNN5MRslGSYdTd31pnDdE= =nEoh -END PGP SIGNATURE

Re: Using portupgrade

2005-03-22 Thread Christopher Nehren
, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCQH9Ek/lo7zvzJioRAo0eAKC7l+QyDgzY4J7bx7Yx/izqDHjHLgCgglXT 5X1U54MJxqxscr7Zl+fAcfc= =m7EO -END PGP SIGNATURE- -- I abhor a system designed for the user, if that word is a coded pejorative meaning

Re: Problems building jails under RELENG_5_3 (5.3-RELEASE-p5)

2005-03-22 Thread Christopher Nehren
, leaving a /usr/obj intact. Unless you specified a DESTDIR for the installworld, it was spurious, replacing files already installed. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCQH7+k/lo7zvzJioRAvcbAJ9uk5UEfmqB/vB6kcstNTA4bx0tdwCdGDQj

Re: Accessing Windows XP Desktop (Home Edition) remotely

2005-03-22 Thread Christopher Nehren
. This is why you set up an SSH tunnel between the two machines. The Handbook (as always) shows how to do this, with examples. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCQH5yk/lo7zvzJioRArUSAKCZ1bG0K0cEQURwPfGOBmuqbzJjXwCeNw+8 ju5tvFvFnYTykLnP

Re: audio player (was: ayuda)

2005-03-23 Thread Christopher Nehren
compile playlists etc. Although you'll need a plugin to play FLAC files. Regardless of X usage, I would personally recommend mplayer. Sure, it's intended as a movie player, but I've yet to encounter a media file that it can't play. :) Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE

Re: Apache compile prob in portupgrade

2005-03-23 Thread Christopher Nehren
however... That's odd. I've been showing FreeBSD to a friend over the past few days, and he just installed Apache 2.x without any issues earlier this morning (EST timezone). Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCQafXk

Re: how to find which port has a given executable

2005-03-23 Thread Christopher Nehren
results. Plus, you (most of the time) don't need to use constructs like {} \;. :) Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCQbSzk/lo7zvzJioRAirsAJ9oq+xJr6AHgscuUXBIzWvvsa33mgCeOnz5 8JesEMbAHU9K0SAgpb8B7eo= =nKZB -END PGP SIGNATURE

Re: 5.X + More then one kernel

2005-03-23 Thread Christopher Nehren
that displays the pretty and optionally coloured rendition of Beastie. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCQitpk/lo7zvzJioRAvnBAKCuMmn6i/KUQf8ba52l4+NRIrsBEwCgoLHB JqrA838596At812lWmy8SeY= =nxDF -END PGP SIGNATURE- -- I abhor

Re: MAC module problem

2005-03-24 Thread Christopher Nehren
kernel, you can use the module, if you have it. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCQxeyk/lo7zvzJioRAsp4AJ45JnkDBFBam4gVDG2k9hLH4liikQCcDxBc e+k/HT8gj6Reblo7591oCE4= =FFOc -END PGP SIGNATURE- -- I abhor a system designed

Re: Autostart files

2005-03-24 Thread Christopher Nehren
daemon that ships with FreeBSD or install something with a better record, like PureFTPD. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCQxpmk/lo7zvzJioRAoyoAJ0Q2+GzTQ9u0JsXxzdP6fxk7GXCTQCfW7zi L51drHIqCIitRqJmajvZpU4= =npUj -END PGP

Installing 4.x inside a 5.x jail / chroot

2005-03-24 Thread Christopher Nehren
experiences with this? Any caveats? Can I simply replicate the instructions in jail(8) but with RELENG_4 bits? Thanks in advance. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCQ298k/lo7zvzJioRAioQAJ9GUOK8GUMToYmy3vCTIAJeo99fRACfTg6Q

Re: .cshrc

2005-03-25 Thread Christopher Nehren
:/bin/sh ^^^ The user isn't using csh, so thus their shell won't read (and probably isn't able to read) the .cshrc file which you've specified. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCRKHuk

Re: .cshrc

2005-03-25 Thread Christopher Nehren
) wouldn't be able to log in. This was alluded to in my post wherein I mentioned that sh probably wouldn't be able to read the .cshrc file (depending upon what you've placed in it). Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCRLM/k/lo7zvzJioRAk

Re: .cshrc

2005-03-25 Thread Christopher Nehren
, despite what seem to be misconceptions about csh still being in the dark ages. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCRMXHk/lo7zvzJioRAl5OAJ423MK2MbD4qD1pDjsIEYVm+yhowgCgqRVM OteBGH37ETBUybOSsIZmR0M= =Xn6w -END PGP SIGNATURE- -- I

Re: .cshrc

2005-03-25 Thread Christopher Nehren
TENEX csh commands in a file without either using ugly if() statements or breaking csh. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCRMaHk/lo7zvzJioRAqM5AJ4gprZe9EtPZsszSalpkuDCNEF26QCePS8t d6/s4xWcfJssagbTKuu8MZc= =Fyd1 -END PGP

Re: Possible to trigger system events based on ip conflicts?

2005-03-25 Thread Christopher Nehren
, the other takes over and when the first comes back on line the second one goes down (standby) and the fist one takes over again. What is the simplest solution to that? You mean like CARP? Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCROtCk

Re: AWK in 4.X different from 5.X?

2005-03-26 Thread Christopher Nehren
5.3 in my machine and AWK doesn't have that function. Probably because the awk on a 4.x machine is GNU awk, whereas the 5.x awk is the awk that comes straight from the horse's mouth, so to speak, and so thus hasn't been extended with GNUisms. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP

Re: dmesg -a lines' explanation? NEWBIE

2005-03-26 Thread Christopher Nehren
) for that string, and see what I found. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCRlAqk/lo7zvzJioRAiBHAKCrLVQbgP6TOdY6SkRpJk1eWLmQZwCgnhby cTdP7K+wIWt8BAtVzqi6JMU= =XP45 -END PGP SIGNATURE- -- I abhor a system designed for the user

Re: which shell irc client do you like ?

2005-03-27 Thread Christopher Nehren
, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCRt/kk/lo7zvzJioRAh86AJ9Ji+xagBoQX7cbKgnG4hpymXVHgwCgiNb2 JDfaZeTykxcz28TMckiLpx4= =IbOa -END PGP SIGNATURE- -- I abhor a system designed for the user, if that word is a coded pejorative meaning stupid

Re: which shell irc client do you like ?

2005-03-27 Thread Christopher Nehren
translates it into something visual is another matter. If you want to always use this setting but you don't want to have to hit ^A-G every time you start screen, put this in a file named ~/.screenrc: vbell off And you'll never see that annoying visual bell ever again. Best Regards, Christopher

Re: which shell irc client do you like ?

2005-03-27 Thread Christopher Nehren
with the Perl API). Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -- I abhor a system designed for the user, if that word is a coded pejorative meaning stupid and unsophisticated. -- Ken Thompson If you ask the wrong questions, you get answers like 42 and God. Unix is user friendly. However, it isn't idiot

Re: inetd vs standalone daemon

2005-03-27 Thread Christopher Nehren
infrastructure, it'll be built and reinstalled when you update your base system anyway. I vote we get rid of inetd :) And I vote that you research your votes before making them. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCRxSuk

Re: inetd vs standalone daemon

2005-03-27 Thread Christopher Nehren
to count me as a user, though. :) [1]: I'm not exactly pleased with the distributions concept when you install, but since I always select All anyway, it's a moot point I suppose. [2]: And other crucial things like OpenSSL, which even crops up on FreeBSD from time to time. Best Regards, Christopher

Re: which shell irc client do you like ?

2005-03-27 Thread Christopher Nehren
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On 2005-03-27, Gert Cuykens scribbled these curious markings: Thx ps how do you do /set | more in irc language ? Have you tried using the backscroll, accessible (in irssi at least) with Page Up / Page Down? Best Regards, Christopher Nehren

Re: which shell irc client do you like ?

2005-03-27 Thread Christopher Nehren
personally try to keep things as console-based as possible. screen, irssi, elinks, mutt, slrn and vim are my best friends. I'd be in serious trouble if ncurses broke. :) Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -- I abhor a system designed for the user, if that word is a coded pejorative meaning stupid

Re: Userland dig/host for lookups against /etc/hosts?

2005-03-27 Thread Christopher Nehren
. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCR6Rpk/lo7zvzJioRAg8pAJ4s69gjARzlc/ZL5sNKT2vSYa9XFwCbBILr ehnDiO3MuDC3b3nryMUx+Ws= =Z9c9 -END PGP SIGNATURE- -- I abhor a system designed for the user, if that word is a coded pejorative

Re: irc msn yahoo shell chat

2005-03-28 Thread Christopher Nehren
contained therein? Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCSJvSk/lo7zvzJioRAk5OAJ9cmDJrCE9A9YxVsAg/L8kuCpp92QCgslvi FWq7dtVJf4HyjIBCK/Z4m0c= =QBSq -END PGP SIGNATURE- -- I abhor a system designed for the user, if that word

Re: openntpd UTC problem

2005-03-28 Thread Christopher Nehren
. Isn't there a setting for your timezone that configures whether your system clock is set to UTC? Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCSMf7k/lo7zvzJioRApvSAJ4zaIWHXOqAW/DUvaNe2JhK3rouJwCfXQ9o rL1ExXs11CvYrZv573T6j/M= =nHRl -END PGP

Re: irc msn yahoo shell chat

2005-03-28 Thread Christopher Nehren
. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCSMkZk/lo7zvzJioRAoNaAJ0UmBqvGqPD0DFxDypfnOW4G99/IwCfVVpJ iSIO/uXJHJBq/a8dzd4xjDo= =a6u0 -END PGP SIGNATURE- -- I abhor a system designed for the user, if that word is a coded

Re: dmesg -a lines' explanation? NEWBIE

2005-03-29 Thread Christopher Nehren
Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCSge0k/lo7zvzJioRAq/tAJ4naSRsukSmxx849sT3HGjz4Ov/swCfYKns fix6qNbDWACMsyMGkH7+Fvk= =ZO5p -END PGP SIGNATURE- -- I abhor a system designed for the user, if that word is a coded pejorative

Re: md5

2005-03-29 Thread Christopher Nehren
wants. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCSjllk/lo7zvzJioRAjwYAJ99c7VbvBefbqW2XUHeoD759YxiGQCgs3Z/ +pzROFVhJ3r0dRiwM3sFrpo= =R79C -END PGP SIGNATURE- -- I abhor a system designed for the user, if that word is a coded

Re: ntpd and ntp.conf

2005-04-02 Thread Christopher Nehren
. Much easier to understand than the manual. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCTtiyk/lo7zvzJioRAgjgAKCCkxa0d2mvEFs5+fBBtLpt9zuFJQCgk1j/ ahE3ffgtKE5lgXnqLwybSDc= =A0bp -END PGP SIGNATURE- -- I abhor a system designed

Re: *attaching* a file to /usr/bin/mail message

2005-04-02 Thread Christopher Nehren
not use an actual scripting language, and some tools actually designed to do what you're trying to do? For example, Perl has MIME::Lite, which does exactly what you want -- and not much else. I've used it to automate sending email based on the output of make test. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren

Re: Sound problem ...

2005-04-03 Thread Christopher Nehren
-BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE- Hash: SHA1 On 2005-04-03, Aaron Siegel scribbled these curious markings: My whining attached bellow [snipped] Then fix it. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCUCABk/lo7zvzJioRAv3cAKCNMRWeU

Re: Boot manager

2005-04-03 Thread Christopher Nehren
with FreeBSD's boot manager? Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCUCllk/lo7zvzJioRArE5AKCjYRUK5mSjbRYp0Bh5wH+GrjLAFgCdHCac 1fL0g361cyYbHJWcBka2HFA= =2Hd+ -END PGP SIGNATURE- -- I abhor a system designed for the user

Re: New Freebsd Install Guide Available

2005-04-03 Thread Christopher Nehren
of documentation? Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCUD+ck/lo7zvzJioRAotJAJ4jHOTgdMgCXjeLUJADRnfiC2Nu2ACgpTm+ YF548plsIx4TjkmJg75Rtz0= =Ztuv -END PGP SIGNATURE- -- I abhor a system designed for the user, if that word

Re: Boot manager

2005-04-03 Thread Christopher Nehren
why you'd want to make that choice. :) Nobody knows how it works for example how to install it witout sysinstall :P Someone else responded to this. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCUD9Mk/lo7zvzJioRAkDqAKCz+O

Re: just got DSL, can't surf or get mail

2005-04-03 Thread Christopher Nehren
to the computer through Ethernet. Sounds like a DNS issue, considering that most P2P programs are IP-based and thus don't need to perform DNS lookups. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCUFjKk/lo7zvzJioRAnrNAJ0X+zBILiTL1qVJeGeYuuvXHk

Re: portupgrade failing on firefox and thunderbird

2005-04-04 Thread Christopher Nehren
below). Anyone else seeing this? I can update other ports just fine... Remove the firefox tarball from /usr/ports/distfiles and try again. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -BEGIN PGP SIGNATURE- Version: GnuPG v1.4.0 (FreeBSD) iD8DBQFCUWRSk/lo7zvzJioRAlwxAKCeeQZ59kj

Re: No Sound after upgrading KDE

2004-09-25 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Sat, 2004-09-25 at 21:37 +0100, R. W. wrote: I recently upgraded to KDE 3.3 (under FreeBSD 5.2.1) and the sound stopped working properly. I hear the tune as KDE starts up, but then there is no sound after that. Multimedia applications still work properly under XFce, it's just KDE. I

Re: Where'd it go?

2004-10-13 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Sun, 2004-10-10 at 15:55 -0500, Gene Bomgardner wrote: I remember in 4.6, there was a file where one could determine where individual user accounts could log in from. I found it useful in that I could allow only certain accounts to log in via telnet via a particular interface. Since I

Re: Backup/Restore

2004-09-30 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Thu, 2004-09-30 at 13:59 -0700, Richard Lynch wrote: If it's the latter, you could maybe get best performance from something like Subversion (a CVS derivative). Just a minor correction: Subversion is *not* a derivative of CVS. It does not share code with CVS, it is not based on the same

Re: imapd problem.

2004-10-05 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Tue, 2004-10-05 at 08:59 +0300, Perttu Laine wrote: I have problem with imapd. I can't start dovecot 'cause it says this: -- koaze# /usr/local/sbin/dovecot Fatal: listen(143) failed: Address already in use koaze# I appreciate your choice in IMAP servers. :) But I don't know what could

Re: imapd problem.

2004-10-05 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Tue, 2004-10-05 at 17:40 +0300, Perttu Laine wrote: 'sockstat -4 | egrep :143\W' -cut- root inetd 531 8 tcp4 *:143 *:* -cut- So. it's inetd. Now the question is why 'cause only ssh is not commented in inetd.conf (or then I should re-check it few times).

Re: How to update perl on FreeBSD 4.9R

2004-10-08 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Fri, 2004-10-08 at 14:40 -0400, Danny wrote: I am trying to install a perl CPAN module: mx1# perl Makefile.PL Perl 5.006 required--this is only version 5.00503, stopped at Makefile.PL line 3. BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at Makefile.PL line 3. mx1# All I know is that I need to

Re: gtk-sharp build hangs

2004-10-18 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Mon, 2004-10-18 at 18:52 +0200, Benjamin Walkenhorst wrote: BTW, has anyone managed to get DotGnu or Rotor to work? I haven't found them in the ports tree (I looked under ports/devel and ports/lang). Yes for DotGNU, haven't tried Rotor recently. DotGNU masquerades in the ports tree under

Re: Good newsreaders for FreeBSD?

2004-10-19 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Mon, 2004-10-18 at 15:32 -0700, Joshua Tinnin wrote: Well, I'm not sure about pulling articles from multiple servers, but my GUI newsreader of choice is Pan. However, it never reached a stable or gold version, and it has been stagnant for some time, as the author doesn't seem to have

Re: Good newsreaders for FreeBSD?

2004-10-19 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Tue, 2004-10-19 at 00:59 -0700, Joshua Tinnin wrote: Really? What version of FreeBSD are you using, and what's your window manager/desktop? Currently, I'm using FreeBSD 5.3B7 with GNOME + XFce's window manager (I happen to like window docking and some other features that Metacity will

Re: starting apache2 just hangs

2004-10-29 Thread Christopher Nehren
On Fri, Oct 29, 2004 at 11:12:14 EDT, asolomon15 scribbled these curious markings: I am having a problem starting my apache webserver. I had it running just fine but a few days ago I had a power outage. When trying to start the apache it will just hang there and not start at all. Anyone

Multiple handle_workitem_freeblocks calls, then a panic

2005-06-09 Thread Christopher Nehren
I've seen the string handle_workitem_freeblocks coming up in the bright white of kernel syslog messages on my desktop's console for a while in periods of large disk IO. Now, while I was doing a -j4 buildworld on my system and trying to access a different disk, the system started printing a lot of

Re: Multiple handle_workitem_freeblocks calls, then a panic

2005-06-10 Thread Christopher Nehren
now, and will attempt a buildworld again. Thanks for the response; I'll be sure to report everything I find with any (hopefully nonexistent :) future panics. Best regards, Christopher Nehren -- I abhor a system designed for the user, if that word is a coded pejorative meaning stupid

Re: Problem with 'pkgdb -F'

2005-04-05 Thread Christopher Nehren
know, because you've read UPDATING (but here's a hint, it has something to do with nautilus-media). Not reading UPDATING is a very good way of breaking your ports tree. I'm fairly certain that this is (part of) the reason for why you've had so many problems. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren

Re: C++ Compiler On FreeBSD

2007-10-06 Thread Christopher Nehren
, and generally speaking, its third-party extensions have similar documentation quality. Best Regards, Christopher Nehren -- apeiron Yaakov, And it seems to me that the only people going on about freedom these days are RMS and Bush. ___ freebsd-questions