apache Jails

2006-08-24 Thread Don Munyak
I want to build a FreeBSD webserver to replace a M$ IIS web server. I've started researching using Jails but am a little confused. Given I am hosting four(4) websites, would I have four separate jails. each jail having a separate install of apache + php + mysql ? or would I be installing apache

Re: apache Jails

2006-08-25 Thread Don Munyak
On 8/25/06, albi [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Fri, 25 Aug 2006 01:15:52 -0400 Don Munyak [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I want to build a FreeBSD webserver to replace a M$ IIS web server. I've started researching using Jails but am a little confused. Given I am hosting four(4) websites, would I

rebuild any statically linked ports

2006-09-15 Thread Don Munyak
I am following the instructions for keeping my freebsd system upto date from http://www.taosecurity.com/keeping_...up-to-date.html After running, # freebsd-update fetch # /usr/local/sbin/freebsd-update install A message states Don't forget to rebuild any statically linked ports to use the

Re: rebuild any statically linked ports

2006-09-15 Thread Don Munyak
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Fwd: Using BSD as filter

2006-09-19 Thread Don Munyak
If you want a freebsd firewall that works well with comcast, try m0n0wall http://m0n0.ch/wall/ It is well supported worldwide, from home users to corporate environments. It's small enough to run from compact flash, hard drive, even a live ISO with floppy. AND it's as easy to setup as any

ezjails, jails

2006-09-26 Thread Don Munyak
re: ezjails, jails Hopefully a quick question. I am researching using EZJails from http://erdgeist.org/arts/software/ezjail/ But a little confused by the jail concept. I think I need to setup two jails, one(1) for email services and one(1) for www services, on a single server. q. If I am

Re: ezjails, jails

2006-09-26 Thread Don Munyak
Thanks a bunch Chad and Chris. Good stuff to digest. Chris, If you have some links to good howto's and don't mind posting, I'd be greatful Don ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions

Re: ezjails, jails

2006-09-26 Thread Don Munyak
Thanks, I have no actual deadline. Just something I want/need to do in the near future. The tearing down and restarting is also something I was planning on. Somewhat off-topic, but have you thought about using vmware, specifically vmplayer. There have been many a propellar-head that have reverse

How-to build / make / install

2007-01-18 Thread Don Munyak
How-to build/make/install {disclaimer}...I've been using FreeBSD for about a year, so while I consider myself still a n00b, I'm just not a complete n00b :) OS: 6.1-RELEASE I really need some help building a package for install (if that's the correct terminology). hobbitmon is the next re-named

Fwd: WWW Proxy/Traffic Analyzer

2007-01-18 Thread Don Munyak
-- Forwarded message -- From: Bachilo Dmitry [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: Jan 10, 2007 10:54 PM Subject: Re: WWW Proxy/Traffic Analyzer To: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org We have an employee who spends quite a bit of time on the net and currently have no way of analyzing where they

Re: How-to build / make / install

2007-01-18 Thread Don Munyak
Thanks, here's the latest attempts I've made... Have you had a look in the ports tree to see if you can find Hobbit there? Yes, no port is available. Otherwise, gmake is available from ports/devel/gmake, just do cd ports/devel/gmake and make install clean and then you've got it. added

Re: ping: sendto: Can't assign requested address

2007-01-18 Thread Don Munyak
On 1/18/07, Questions [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, Let me preface this mail by saying: I'm an idiot. Now that we've gotten that out of the way, you don't have to say it! I have a piece of networking equipment that does not have a factory defaults button on it. it has to be RMA'd and

startup script with non-root user

2007-01-19 Thread Don Munyak
Hello, I have an application I'd like to startup at boot, however, the script needs to be started by a non-user account. If I put the startup script in /usr/local/etc/rc.d/hobbit.sh How do I get it to start using the user account 'hobbit' Thanks ___

Re: startup script with non-root user

2007-01-19 Thread Don Munyak
Thanks so much Martin Greg. I give these a try. Don ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

rc.conf ...need help

2007-02-06 Thread Don Munyak
Hello, I was tweaking the /etc/rc.conf file and apparently had a typo. Now the system boots into single user mode. I know what my error is syslogd_enable=YES {left off the first } How can I edit rc.conf while in single user mode. I've tried vi ee, but system doesn't recognize either. Thanks

Re: rc.conf ...need help

2007-02-07 Thread Don Munyak
On 2/6/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 06/02/07, Jerry McAllister [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tue, Feb 06, 2007 at 03:58:06PM -0500, Don Munyak wrote: How can I edit rc.conf while in single user mode. I've tried vi ee, but system doesn't recognize either. Thanks

compiling error - /usr : filesystem full

2007-02-07 Thread Don Munyak
Hello, I was recompiling the kernel on my laptop when the process ended with errors. /usr : filesystem full I suspect that the HD is has too many files ?? can I simply remove/delete to ports from /usr/ports and try to recompile? btw...I have used pkg_add in the past. Will deleting the ports

Re: compiling error - /usr : filesystem full

2007-02-08 Thread Don Munyak
Here's some additional Information I have been able to find. The narrative is just to further explain what I was doing. - I was in the process of rebuilding a new kernel for one of my laptops. I did the whole cvsup_without-gui. I created a new kernel called LAPTOP and

pkg_add problems

2007-02-27 Thread Don Munyak
I am having trouble using pkg_add -r some package. I keep getting the following error. --- p0069# pkg_add -r bash Error: FTP Unable to get ftp://ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD/ports/i386/packages-6.1-release/Latest/bash.tbz: Network is unreachable pkg_add: unable

Re: pkg_add problems

2007-02-28 Thread Don Munyak
Thanks everyone. The issue seems to be related to IPF, which I am trying to sort out. Basically when ipf is enabled, the connectivity fails, although my pass out rule for ftp includes ports 20 21. With ipf -D disabled, no problems. I'll probably post to a new thread after I've tried some more

IPF (ftp - pkg_add) help requested

2007-03-01 Thread Don Munyak
I am building a FreeBSD box to function as a FAMP server (LAMP) and hopefully replace our existing mail server. I am having an issue with IPF that I can't seem to figure out. *** When IPF is enabled, I can't run # pkg_add -r package name. {...snip from local console..} p0069# pkg_add -rv bash

Fwd: IPF (ftp - pkg_add) help requested

2007-03-01 Thread Don Munyak
Apart from up dating to newer version, I don't see how upgrading to 6.2 will make a difference. Anyway, thanks for taking the time to reply. However, the solution is as follows. Incidentally, this had nothing to do with pkg_add And everything to do with FTP and IPFILTER. ===

Re: Fwd: IPF (ftp - pkg_add) help requested

2007-03-02 Thread Don Munyak
On 3/1/07, Kelly D. Grills [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, Mar 01, 2007 at 04:10:11PM -0500, Don Munyak wrote: As I hinted at in my original response, If you'd rather keep your firewall rules tighter, pkg_add(1) says: Note: If you wish to use passive mode ftp in such transfers, set

Re: PowerApp 120/1550 Install problems

2007-03-17 Thread Don Munyak
On 3/17/07, Minnesota Slinky [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey list, I'm trying to install FreeBSD 6.2-RELEASE on a Dell PowerApp 120 (1550) I just purchased. The system claims to have an AIC 7899 SCSI host adapter. I've currently got a known-good 9GB Fujitsu hard disk in the system, as ID 0.

problems installing perl-5.8.8

2007-04-03 Thread Don Munyak
I am having problems installing perl5.8.8 on a up-to-date FreeBSD-6.2. After running... web# cd /usr/ports/lang/perl5.8 web# make scripts install perl... web# make test (8) tests fail with the following message ...something about you may need to set dynamic library search path, LD_LIBRARY_PATH

Re: problems installing perl-5.8.8

2007-04-03 Thread Don Munyak
Don Munyak wrote: I am having problems installing perl5.8.8 on a up-to-date FreeBSD-6.2. After running... web# cd /usr/ports/lang/perl5.8 web# make scripts install perl... web# make test (8) tests fail with the following message I can't explain why, but I was able to get perl

Re: ezjail on FreeBSD 6.2

2007-04-04 Thread Don Munyak
Hello Dave...responses below On 4/4/07, Dave [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, Is anyone running ezjail on 6.2? Yes, 6.2-stable GENERIC. At install time I created a separate partition for, /usr/jails which makes it default to the ezjail-admin create jail default location. I've got to set

configuring snmpd when setting up jailed environment

2007-04-06 Thread Don Munyak
I am trying to make snmpd listen on a specific address for the JAIL HOST(aka physical server) and each jailed environment (aka JAIL). The server is server configured using the ezjail framework. As I read man (8) snmpd, I should be able to do this. I am trying to make the JAIL HOST listen on

Creating_a_Stable_Secure_FreeBSD_Mailserver.pdf

2006-07-20 Thread Don Munyak
re: Creating_a_Stable_Secure_FreeBSD_Mailserver.pdf The title of this thread references a document created several years ago. The author wrote the article and posted in a forum at www.screamingelectron.org/ http://www.screamingelectron.org/forum/showthread.php?t=725page=1pp=10 He also posted an

Re: Creating_a_Stable_Secure_FreeBSD_Mailserver.pdf

2006-07-20 Thread Don Munyak
On 7/20/06, Grant [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I don't know how updated this one is but i found a .pdf version here: http://wumber.net/books/Creating_a_Stable_Secure_FreeBSD_Mailserver.pdf Bye. Grant. On 20 Jul 2006, at 15:59, Don Munyak wrote: re

Re: FreeBSD 6.1 - Web Mail Serve

2006-07-21 Thread Don Munyak
On 7/21/06, Andrew Pantyukhin [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 7/19/06, Allen D. Tate [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am preparing to setup a FreeBSD 6.1 machine with Apache/MySQL/PHP for my web server and I am curious as to your thoughts on the best mail server to install and why. Any mail server I

Re: Permission to Distribute OS and Demon Logo

2006-07-26 Thread Don Munyak
The overwhelming majority of argentine PC users run un-licensed Microsoft Sytems and software. The remainder have licenses or use Linux. FreeBSD is unknown to the average PC user. For the desktop pc, check out: http://www.desktopbsd.org/ http://www.pcbsd.org/ Both are using FreeBSD as the

Re: Virtual Private Servers???

2006-07-26 Thread Don Munyak
disclaimer...I have no personal experience with VM's...But, one of the list services I belong to has mentioned this before. See if Qemu might be of use. http://fabrice.bellard.free.fr/qemu/ Don ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: Replacing windows XP at home.

2006-07-26 Thread Don Munyak
On 7/26/06, Joshua Lewis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a hard question to ask and I realize that there are a thousand answers to this question. I am replacing my XP system with a FreeBSD 6.1 system. I finished installing it last night and cvsuped. Now I need to choose a window

xfce panel install external plugin

2006-10-27 Thread Don Munyak
Hello, I have a laptop loaded with freebsd + Xfce 4.2.x I want to install the xfce4-battery-plugin http://goodies.xfce.org/projects/panel-plugins/start I presume this will add a battery monitor to the panel. What do I need to do to install this or any other plugin Thanks

Re: Cacti -vs- mrtg

2006-11-10 Thread Don Munyak
Also check out CactiEZ . its a distribution package of sorts that will load a complete system on a spare box. Basically a quick and dirty for those not wanting to take all the steps of installing an OS first and then the packages and plug-ins. http://cactiusers.org/