RE: IP bandwidth

2004-07-02 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Michael Clark [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Bandwithd and IPaudit do a good job. I use both. Michael Clark Nemschoff Chairs Inc mclark at nemschoff dot com CompTIA A+, Network+, Server+, MCP Voice: (920) 457 7726 x294 Fax: (920) 453 6594 -Original Message- From: Philip

Re: RealTek Nic Chip

2003-09-29 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Tony A, Fields [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Greg, Sorry for the mangling?? Sorry that you don't seem to understand my problem or I just am not making myself clear? Please let me restate. I have two network interface cards. One is being recognized but the other is not. The one that

Re: strange dump (dark matter?)

2003-10-22 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Ryan Sandridge [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello all. I decided it was time to start doing backups. On Oct 7th, I did a full dump of /usr filesystem (among others), as such: # dump -0uan -f - /usr | gzip -7 /tmp/20031007-usr-lvl0.dump.gz This seemed to work as expected, here is some

p5-DBD-ODBC build error

2003-10-29 Thread Dave McCammon
FreeBSD 4.8-STABLE #0: Thu Aug 14 15:55:21 EST 2003 on i386 arch. When try to make install in /usr/ports/p5-DBD-ODBC In file included from dbdodbc.h:7, from ODBC.h:9, from ODBC.xs:1: /usr/local/include/sqlucode.h:45: syntax error before `SQLLEN'

RE: IPFW 'keep state' 'limit'

2004-01-14 Thread Dave McCammon
--- fbsd_user [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The FBSD 5.2 man IPFW does not say anything different that the 4.9 man IPFW. Are you saying the man doc in 5.2 is wrong? 5.2 is using the ipfw2 code for IPFIREWALL I believe. Documenting the fact that 'limit' performs the same function as 'keep

Re: IPFW and Dynamic Rules

2004-01-21 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Adam Seniuk [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I keep getting /kernel: Too many dynamic rules, sorry im my log file several times and i am not sure whats going on I have read some articles but they are all in 2000 and for FreeBSD 4.0. If someone could give me a clue into what this is and how

Re: freebsd mount nwfs

2004-01-27 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Malcolm Kay [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tue, 9 Dec 2003 17:03, Cristian Salan wrote: On Mon, Dec 08, 2003 at 11:51:55AM +, Feroz F. Basir wrote: Hi, I read your email to freebsd mailing list. You be able to mount nwfs under freebsd. I'm trying to mount nwfs as well

kernel panic with netware stuff in 5.2.1-RC

2004-02-04 Thread Dave McCammon
I'm getting a kernel panic when trying to mount a nwfs file system or when trying to do a ncplist s. The system also panics on shutdown, referencing IPXrouted in the panic. Instruction pointer is c0516a06 and nm turns up nothing with nm -n /boot/kernel/kernel|grep c0516a06. With nm -n

Re: apache log files rotation

2004-03-03 Thread Dave McCammon
--- fbsd_user [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Can apache logs be rotated by /etc/newsyslog.conf? If not, how is it normally done? ___ Here is the relevent portion of my newsyslog.conf /var/log/httpd-access.log 640 14*$D0 Z

Re: 5.2.1 ncplist s - kernel panic

2004-04-02 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Feczak Szabolcs [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: http://www.mail-archive.com/[EMAIL PROTECTED]/msg60154.html Im having nearly the same thing as the above thread ... Though I have RELEASE not rc, any solution for this yet ? I would like to use samba and ncpfs on the machine and looks like

Re: 5.2.1 ncplist s - kernel panic

2004-04-02 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Feczak Szabolcs [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Fri, Apr 02, 2004 at 09:50:00AM -0800, Dave McCammon wrote: I haven't seen anything back on this yet. I upgraded to current after posting the dumps (see http://groups.google.com/groups?hl=enlr=ie=UTF-8oe=UTF-8selm=20040219150356.GA53711

ipfw MAC question

2004-04-21 Thread Dave McCammon
FreeBSD bridge/ipfw fxp0-external fxp1-internal I allow all from internal network in fxp1 I just added a logging statement- ipfw add log deny ip from any to any in via fxp1 before there was the default- deny ip from any to any and now I am seeing this in my logs- Deny MAC in via fxp1 What

Re: help

2003-01-09 Thread Dave McCammon
--- jeremy [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: i am runing freebsd 4.5 and i can not compile my kernel i get Stop in /usr/src/sys/compile/MYKERNEL. here is my kernel file any help would be nice thanks jeremy # # GENERIC -- Generic kernel configuration file for FreeBSD/i386 # # For more

Re: named messages in /var/log/messages

2003-01-15 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Marc Schneiders [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tue, 14 Jan 2003, at 18:10 [=GMT-0600], Dan Nelson wrote: In the last episode (Jan 14), Stacey Roberts said: named[143]: denied update from [host_IP].1268 for 1.168.192.in-addr.arpa IN Is that host running Windows 2000 or XP?

httpd -l and suexec error

2003-07-23 Thread Dave McCammon
Any pointers FBSD 5.1 Release Apache 1.3.28 type following command to view compiled modules #httpd -l and get- Compiled-in modules: http_core.c mod_so.c suexec: disabled; invalid wrapper /usr/local/sbin/suexec This is from a straight install of apache. Shouldn't I be getting more info for

Re: Hell of a time, Cont'd

2003-04-01 Thread Dave McCammon
--- John McClure [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Firstly, thanks for the help so far. My disk is an IBM 27G. The Disklabel config looks like this: Part Mount Size Newfs Part - - ad0s1a /1024MB UFS1Y ad0s1b swap

find -exec question

2003-06-19 Thread Dave McCammon
Here is the setup: foo is some directory on the system. jack is a user and I am using the ACL's in 5.1 to allow Jack rw access to all files and directories nested within the directory foo. What is the difference in the find command between: find foo -exec setfacl -m u:jack:rw {} \; -and- find

crontab same time execution order

2003-07-03 Thread Dave McCammon
If two entries in the crontab are for the same time, which entry gets ran first? __ Do you Yahoo!? SBC Yahoo! DSL - Now only $29.95 per month! http://sbc.yahoo.com ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: crontab same time execution order

2003-07-04 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Chuck Swiger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dave McCammon wrote: If two entries in the crontab are for the same time, which entry gets ran first? It's not deterministic, or if it happens to be so under FreeBSD, it's not on other platforms and you should not rely on a particular order

Re: Slooooowing Down...Still

2002-07-12 Thread Dave McCammon
Have you tried moving it to another hub or switch and get the same behavior? It just seems odd to me when the outside(including in-network but outside switch) can't get to the problem machine that a machine on the same switch doesn't have a problem. --- David Smithson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Re: Junior hacker assignment :o

2002-11-05 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Mike Hogsett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Look in /usr/src/sys/kern/kern_shutdown.c static void shutdown_halt(void *junk, int howto) { ... } Looks interesting. - Mike Hi, --- Mike Hogsett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Well whatever function the kernel is in while it

Re: Junior hacker assignment :o

2002-11-05 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Dave McCammon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: --- Mike Hogsett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Look in /usr/src/sys/kern/kern_shutdown.c static void shutdown_halt(void *junk, int howto) { ... } Looks interesting. - Mike Hi, --- Mike Hogsett [EMAIL PROTECTED

lukemftp in inetd.conf

2002-11-13 Thread Dave McCammon
What happened to the lukemftpd option in inetd.conf? (version below) $FreeBSD: src/etc/inetd.conf,v 1.44.2.16 2002/11/12 17:32:47 obrien Exp $ __ Do you Yahoo!? U2 on LAUNCH - Exclusive greatest hits videos http://launch.yahoo.com/u2 To

jumpy optic mouse

2002-11-21 Thread Dave McCammon
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jumpy optic mouse

2002-11-21 Thread Dave McCammon
Anyone got a fix for a jumpy optic mouse in X It is a PS/2 Labtec Optical Mouse. Works fine in Win2k. Generic PS/2 worked fine before I switched. probed at boot as: psm0: PS/2 Mouse irq 12 on atkbdc0 psm0: model 4D+ Mouse, device ID 8 Freebsd 5.0-current Nov 19. Latest Xfree4 from ports (in

Re: jumpy optic mouse

2002-11-21 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Kliment Andreev [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Works fine in Win2k. Generic PS/2 worked fine before I switched. Option Protocol Auto Option Device /dev/psm0 There are two XFree86Config files. Maybe you are modifying the wrong one. Just a guess... With one modification to

Re: jumpy optic mouse

2002-11-21 Thread Dave McCammon
In the /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/ directory, I only have example config files. One is XF86Config.98 and the other is XF86Config.eg. --- Kliment Andreev [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: With one modification to /etc/X11/XF86Config I had created a bigger problem(X died completely) so I presumed that was the

Re: jumpy optic mouse

2002-11-21 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Kliment Andreev [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In the /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/ directory, I only have example config files. One is XF86Config.98 and the other is XF86Config.eg. So you have one XF86Config file. Check this also, it might help. http://www.xfree86.org/4.0.1/XF86Config.5.html

Re: jumpy optic mouse

2002-11-21 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Gary W. Swearingen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dave McCammon [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Anyone got a fix for a jumpy optic mouse in X It is a PS/2 Labtec Optical Mouse. How jumpy? Do you just need to play with the mouse settings of xset? Mouse will move normally, then, all

RE: Need help with newbie training on DNS/Bind

2002-12-06 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Didier Wiroth [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey, I would really recommand: DNS and BIND - 4th Edition (Covers Bind 9) ISBN 0-596-00158-4 Covers bind and name resolution in every possbile aspect! A really must have book! These own seems to be good (I personnaly don't have it, but it

Re: firewall revisited

2003-03-06 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Giorgos Keramidas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 2003-03-05 09:32, Brian Henning [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello- currently my rc.conf is set up like this for my gateway router. gateway_enable=YES firewall_enable=YES firewall_type=OPEN natd_enable=YES natd_interface=rl1 #

Re: transparent ipfw

2003-03-12 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Dave [Hawk-Systems] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Been browsing for a bit (knowing I will get some rtfm responses from this) but havnt come across a solid answer for this. Most solutions involve NAT or some other non-routable ip block type of solution. Have the following (192.168.100.0/24

Re: Which OS should we use?

2005-01-12 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Paul Schmehl [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: --On Tuesday, January 11, 2005 05:48:41 PM -0800 sp0ng3b0b [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm in the same boat. I've had mixed results with 5.3. I advise you to test it out for your needs. If your hardware and apps play well together, go for it.

Re: Security for webserver behind router?

2005-01-20 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Eilko Bos [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: From the keyboard of Ted Mittelstaedt, written on Wed, Jan 19, 2005 at 11:25:00PM -0800: I am running Apache 1.3.33, as you suggest I should. You say as long as Apache is secure; what should I do to be sure that Apache is secure?

bridging on 5.3 beta not working

2004-08-26 Thread Dave McCammon
Maybe I should post this to the CURRENT mail list or maybe STABLE(even though releng_5 isn't stable yet) but I wanted to try here first. I can't seem to get bridging working on a new install of 5.3 beta. I set up the system correctly as far as I can tell(see info below). I gave one nic(em0) an ip

Re: /etc/mail/local-host-names

2005-12-13 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Wojciech Puchar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: how line should look at this file to enable anybody in IPv4 10.0.0.0/8 to relay through this server 10. seems not to work. thanks I think you need to put that in /etc/mail/access as 10 RELAY and then do a #make maps Check the

Re: Indiana goes to DST

2006-03-28 Thread Dave McCammon
--- DAve [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Chuck Swiger wrote: DAve wrote: Not ever having had to configure DST before, any advice on a work around since most OSes provide no DST for my timezone? You underestimate the true power of this operating system. :-) Nah, I underestimated the

ipfw and if_bridge

2006-02-09 Thread Dave McCammon
Hello all. I had my firewall crash using releng_6(sata corruption/failure of some sort) and during rebuild I decided to move to ipfw + if_bridge instead of using ipfw + bridge(4) since bridge(4) is becoming obsolete. Anyway, i had some problems getting ruleset to work. I've cut ruleset down to

Re: I've got spyware!!??

2006-02-23 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Garrett Cooper [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Feb 23, 2006, at 12:19 AM, Joseph Vella wrote: I just installed flash in Firefox. I was playing around with the autoscrolling feature, when all of a sudden some ugly website pops up. It was something I clicked with the mouse wheel.

Re: Multiple RealTect adaptors

2003-12-03 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Peter Rosa [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello again, of course, everything was there: dmesg - YES ifconfig - YES rc.conf - YES But, whenever the machine boots, ifconfig returns: rl0: flags 8843 snip mtu 1500 inet 192.168.1.11 netmask snip ether snip media snip

Re: apcupsd

2003-12-09 Thread Dave McCammon
--- HOLLOW, CHRISTOPHER [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi... I have the same UPS and cable running with apcupsd on FreeBSD 4.8. I have nothing but good things to say about the UPS and apcupsd. Detects and reports power failures and power restores. Properly halts the system upon

Re: UPS

2003-12-10 Thread Dave McCammon
--- dave [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I've got a 5.1 box and a few other systems, one that comes to mind and a cable modem, possibly other stuff will be added in the future, that i'd like to put a UPS on. I'm looking for information and user experiences with UPS's under fbsd. I'd

Re: Serial Ports are there, but not in /dev

2003-12-15 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Dr. Lyman Hazelton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a pair of standard serial ports which show up in dmesg thus: sio0 at port 0x3f8-0x3ff irq 4 flags 0x10 on isa0 sio0: type 16550A sio1 at port 0x2f8-0x2ff irq 3 flags 0x10 on isa0 sio1: type 16550A However, they don't show up as

Re: CPU type

2003-12-16 Thread Dave McCammon
--- flux [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: How do I know what type of CPU (Model, Mhz, etc...) do I have without rebooting my FreeBSD box? Is there any command to show this kind of information? Thank you. -- Best regards, flux mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] #more

apcupsd 3.10.8 master/slave setup

2003-12-17 Thread Dave McCammon
Anyone have a master/slave or an NIS setup working correctly that can share some insight? If power is pulled from UPS, the master sends the warning to its console but... -the slaves lose their connection to the master -an apcaccess status on the master after plug is pulled will hang. -when ups

Re: How do I have sendmail forward emails from root...

2003-12-17 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Michael E. Mercer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello peoples, I've tried quite a few things and just can't seem to get sendmail to forward emails generated by root processes to go to [EMAIL PROTECTED]. I am running 4.9-Stable. How am I supposed to configure this? I have added a

Re: apcupsd 3.10.8 master/slave setup

2003-12-17 Thread Dave McCammon
My bad Subject should be apcupsd 3.10.6 master/slave setup (from ports) --- Dave McCammon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Anyone have a master/slave or an NIS setup working correctly that can share some insight? If power is pulled from UPS, the master sends the warning to its console

Re: apcupsd 3.10.8 master/slave setup(whoops 3.10.6)

2003-12-17 Thread Dave McCammon
Did forget to mention that I made the port with --enable-net --- Dave McCammon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Anyone have a master/slave or an NIS setup working correctly that can share some insight? If power is pulled from UPS, the master sends the warning to its console but... -the slaves

Re: see release version in /usr/src

2003-12-18 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Kevin D. Kinsey, DaleCo, S.P. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Nelis Lamprecht wrote: On Thu, 2003-12-18 at 16:16, Lev Klimin wrote: Hi! How can I see, what is release version in my /usr/src? try: grep BASE /usr/src/release/Makefile Not sure if that works for 5.x though..

Re: (UPDATE) apcupsd 3.10.8 master/slave setup(whoops 3.10.6)

2003-12-18 Thread Dave McCammon
For the record. The quick fix for Apcupsd 3.10.6 hangup problems was to delete the apcaccess status parts out of the scripts in /usr/local/etc/apcupsd/. (commok, onbattery, etc...). Event messages still get walled and mail still gets sent. Just non of the UPS status information in messages. The

grep, netstat, and bridging

2003-12-23 Thread Dave McCammon
I this a feature, bug, or just some logical thing that grep does( or perhaps netstat)? Scenario: IP addresses comp1=xx.xx.xx.1 comp2=xx.xx.xx.6 comp3=xx.xx.xx.12 comp1 and comp3 run FBSD 4.9 stable comp2 runs FBSD 5.1-RELEASE comp1 is a bridging firewall using ipfw A: comp2# netstat -n |grep

Re: shutdown and reboot

2003-12-26 Thread Dave McCammon
--- pics [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I've had experience with RH Linux but am not very familiar with FreeBsd. For some reason, I cannot get the machine to reboot or to shutdown. I looked at the man pages for the shutdown command, and, for rebooting, typed #shutdown -r now. but I still have

Re: Backup Server

2003-12-29 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Charles Swiger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Dec 29, 2003, at 3:21 PM, Matthew Juszczak wrote: With rsync, it appears that my machine would need to run the server software, and the two servers would run clients. That just wouldn't work. While one can run rsync as a daemon (which

Re: Backup Server

2003-12-29 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Charles Swiger [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Dec 29, 2003, at 3:21 PM, Matthew Juszczak wrote: With rsync, it appears that my machine would need to run the server software, and the two servers would run clients. That just wouldn't work. While one can run rsync as a daemon (which

Re: bridge - bridge box disappears from the network (even though it h as an ip assigned to one of the interfaces)

2003-12-30 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Fredrick Nilsson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello! I've spent almost the entire evening trying to track this down. But it seems that I'm totally stucked. Hopefully, someone out there has a solution :) Anyway, here's the problem: I'm using bridge, but I'm not able to contact the

Re: Backup Server

2003-12-30 Thread Dave McCammon
man mysqldump and check out the man page for rsync at http://www.freebsd.org/cgi/man.cgi?query=rsyncapropos=0sektion=0manpath=FreeBSD+5.1-RELEASE+and+Portsformat=html you can dump the databases and use rsync on the single machine(client) to copy or pull the files/directories of your choosing

RE: bridge - bridge box disappears from the network (even though it h as an ip assigned to one of the interfaces)

2003-12-30 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Fredrick Nilsson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It's all on the same subnet. Could it be that my switch is conflicting somehow? This is my setup: Internet---Bridge---Switch---all other boxes Basically the same setup I use..It could be the switch. Do the other machines on the same switch

Re: Cardbus not working for 3com 656B netcard

2004-09-15 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Davon Shire [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello everyone, back in the days of 5.1.xxx my 3com CFM656B (That's not the exact model number sorry but it's in my machine at home at the moment.) worked beautifully. I had changed to the 5.1 branch of FreeBSD because finally I could use

Re: Too many dynamic rules, sorry

2004-09-17 Thread Dave McCammon
You'll generally need to keep state on UDP when you play online games. If you're smart, you don't allow arbitrary UDP packets from the outside world into your network, but if you're playing Unreal or something, then all communication is via UDP, and you won't be able to play. The

Re: Too many dynamic rules, sorry

2004-09-17 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Bill Moran [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Rob [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Norm Vilmer wrote: Here are the rules that I have that keep-state on the outside interface: #For DNS add 01300 pass udp from ${oip} to any 53 keep-state # For NTP add 01400 pass udp from ${oip} to any

Re: Too many dynamic rules, sorry

2004-09-17 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Bill Moran [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Rob [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Norm Vilmer wrote: Here are the rules that I have that keep-state on the outside interface: #For DNS add 01300 pass udp from ${oip} to any 53 keep-state # For NTP add 01400 pass udp from ${oip} to any

Re: Too many dynamic rules, sorry

2004-09-17 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Norm Vilmer [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Dave McCammon wrote: --- Bill Moran [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Rob [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Norm Vilmer wrote: Here are the rules that I have that keep-state on the outside interface: #For DNS add 01300 pass udp from ${oip} to any

Re: ipfw - denying all - what port for OE

2004-10-12 Thread Dave McCammon
--- David Banning [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am attempting to block everything except ports 80, 110, 25 and a few others, but I can't seem to get Outlook Express mail clients to collect mail on the network. Does anyone happen to know what ports they use? I have tried 110, 25, 443 and

Re: ipfw - denying all - what port for OE

2004-10-13 Thread Dave McCammon
--- David Banning [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: My server is my desktop. My ipfw rules follow. Whenever I take out line 12000 is runs fine. When I put it back in I can't run OE. 01000 allow tcp from any to any 10060 01040 allow tcp from any to any 22 10100 allow tcp from any to any 80

Re: Protecting SSH from brute force attacks

2004-10-07 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Vulpes Velox [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, 7 Oct 2004 15:15:25 -0700 (PDT) Luke [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: There are several script kiddies out there hitting my SSH server every day. Sometimes they attempt to brute-force their way in trying new logins every second or so for

Re: Ipfw Impossibility - Perpetual Motion Achieved!

2004-11-07 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Jason C. Wells [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Pray tell how is this report from 'ipfw show' even possible? 17100 3 228 count ip from any to any 65535 27 1986 deny ip from any to any If rule 17100 only counted three packets, then how did the very next rule count 27? I do not use

Re: Newbie IPFW Questions

2005-07-18 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Jim Campbell [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Glenn Dawson wrote: At 08:18 PM 7/17/2005, Jim Campbell wrote: I have a machine set up as a classroom to learn about FreeBSD. It is running 4.11 primarily because anything later can't see my hard drive. As background, my FBSD machine

Re: Can someone clarify ipfw's in/out/recv/xmit/via concepts?

2005-07-28 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Gary W. Swearingen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I see in another msg that I'm not the only one scratching my head over the ipfw manpage's explanation of in/out/recv/xmit/via concepts. I've spent many hours reading that manpage and working on my rc.firewall (and it seems to work OK,

Re: FreeBSD server(s) to backup multi-platform systems remotely

2004-12-30 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Danny [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 30 Dec 2004 09:52:30 -0500, Lowell Gilbert [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: And there's actually a *third* possible goal, which is quick recovery of accidentally deleted (or overwritten, etc.) user data. UFS2 filesystem snapshots are a remarkably easy way

Re: FreeBSD server(s) to backup multi-platform systems remotely

2004-12-30 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Danny [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, 30 Dec 2004 08:31:34 -0800 (PST), Dave McCammon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I haven't caught all of this thread but I'll share what I do. I use rsync to sync file to a server for backup. 6 FreeBSD and one Win2K which have been set up to rsync

Re: Can't Upgrade Python Through Ports

2006-10-02 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Ted Johnson [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi; I have python 2.3.5 and I'd like to upgrade to 2.4.3. I've tried installing from FreeBSD ports and the oldfashioned way from source code, with the configure make make install dance, and still when I call up my python interpreter it tells me

Re: sendmail + spamassassin

2006-10-09 Thread Dave McCammon
--- dick hoogendijk [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What is the best way to integrate spamassasin with sendmail? MIMEDefang? -- I use XamimeLT used with sendmail, clamav and spamassassin. My mail server isn't very busy, about 2000 messages a day pass(or attempt to) through it and I haven't had

if_bridge and ipfw

2007-07-03 Thread Dave McCammon
I can't seem to grasp why this is working differently. FreeBSD 6.2 using ipfw + if_bridge LAN -- em1(if_bridge + ipfw)em0 -- internet so I am at 10.10.16.6 and try to ping say www.yahoo.com in ruleset: 1100 allow icmp from any to 10.10.16.0/27{1-10,13,14,19,22,23} icmptypes 0,3,11,12,13,14

Re: mouse wheel problem

2005-09-01 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Alejandro Pulver [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tue, 30 Aug 2005 11:57:18 -0500 Efren Bravo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I've written on /etc/rc.conf : moused_port=/dev/psm0 moused_flags=-r high -z 4 moused_type=auto moused_enable=YES and on

RE: IPFW won't go away!

2005-09-26 Thread Dave McCammon
Did you install the kernel after building? At least the one without the IPFIREWALL* option? (in /usr/src) make buildkernel KERNCONF=MYKERNEL make installkernel KERNCONF=MYKERNEL Also check /boot/loader.conf for ipfw_load=YES and make sure /boot/defaults/loader.conf says ipfw_load=NO.

Re: AaaarrrGGGH. linuxpluginwrapper and linux-mozilla.

2005-10-12 Thread Dave McCammon
--- Gary Kline [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tue, Oct 11, 2005 at 07:43:51PM -0700, Gary Kline wrote: On Tue, Oct 11, 2005 at 09:54:16PM -0400, Chris Hill wrote: On Tue, 11 Oct 2005, Gary Kline wrote: tao# `/compat/linux/sbin/ldconfig -p | grep libX` libX11.so.6 Hm. So