tcpdump install issues

2005-02-28 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
I have recently installed FreeBSD 5.3 from CD onto a couple of servers. I updated the /usr/src and /usr/ports to RELENG_5. When I try to install tcpdump from the ports, the make fails with the last line being Error: shared library pcap.2 does not exist *** Error code 1 I know I didn't have

Re: pf issues with anchor

2005-03-01 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
://openbsd.automagic.org/faq/pf/index.html On 01 Mar 2005 13:19:25 +0100, Peter N. M. Hansteen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: FreeBSD MailingLists [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: when I start pf I get: snip Enabling pf. /etc/pf.conf:4: anchor '(null)' invalid Just to eliminate the obvious

global vimrc file

2005-03-02 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
I have the following ~/.vimrc syn on set incsearch set ignorecase set smartcase set scrolloff=2 set wildmode=longest,list I want to set this up as the default settings for my system. under linux i think there was a way to set global vimrc settings by writing to /etc/vimrc or /etc/vim/vimrc

Re: global vimrc file

2005-03-02 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
that worked thanks On Wed, 2 Mar 2005 16:37:20 +0100, Daniel Gerzo [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi FreeBSD, Wednesday, March 2, 2005, 4:31:56 PM, you wrote these comments: I have the following ~/.vimrc syn on set incsearch set ignorecase set smartcase set scrolloff=2 set

compatible USB Modems

2006-04-12 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
I am trying to find analog modems that can be connected to freebsd via usb cable. I will be using to receive incoming remote serial connections in case of problems. I would appreciate any suggestions. TIA, Tomoki Taniguchi ___

upgrading from 5-Stable to 6-Stable via source

2006-04-12 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
I have a bunch of production servers running 5-Stable branch and I was considering upgrading to 6-Stable. I have never upgraded across major version changes via source. Is this a bad idea? what pitfalls should i be aware of before starting? TIA, Tomoki Taniguchi

switching sio0 and sio1

2006-04-15 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
Is there anyway to switch what gets recognized as sio0 and sio1? currently a IRDA device is being recognized as sio0 and a 16550A com port is sio1. I would like to switch them so taht the 16550A com port is recognized as sio0. Is there a way to achieve this? sis0: Silicon Revision: DP83816A

USB MODEM

2006-04-16 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
I purchased a usb modem recently and connected it to my FreeBSD box to see if it is compatible. I have recompiled my kernel with device ucom device umodem When I connect the modem I get the following kernel message. ucom0: OMRON OMRON ME5614U2 DATA FAX MODEM, rev 1.10/1.00, addr 2, iclass 2/2

tip vs minicom

2006-04-16 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
i am trying to setup a dial-in terminal service between 2 machines with serial modems attached. In the FreeBSD Handbook the instructions for a dial-out service use the tip and cu commands. I have been using minicom to connect to varius serial terminals such as cisco routers, so i am used to it. Is

DIAL-IN TERMINAL SERVICE

2006-04-16 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
I have attached a modem to my freebsd box and trying to setup a simple dial-in terminal service. I have tried to follow the instructions in the freebsd handbook. http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/dialup.html I am able to get a terminal working on the serial port (tested

usb-serial controller in 5.4?

2006-04-17 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
i have a USB-Serial Controller by Prolific Technology, Inc. I tested to see if the device works on FreeBSD on FreeBSD6 machine. the serial controller works when i load ucom and uplcom modules. a ucom0 device is generated along with tty and cua devices. when i connect to a FreeBSD 5.4 machine

Re: usb-serial controller in 5.4? (NEVERMIND)

2006-04-17 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
Sorry, folks. Nevermind, I'm an idiot... I just use ucom0 as the tty or cua device ha ha ha On 4/17/06, FreeBSD MailingLists [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: i have a USB-Serial Controller by Prolific Technology, Inc. I tested to see if the device works on FreeBSD on FreeBSD6 machine

usb-serial and apcupsd

2006-04-17 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
I have a usb-serial controller attached to my freebsd 5.4 box it is loaded as ucom0. I have connect the serial cable from the UPC to it. when it first starts I have no problems but after a while I get an error message saying that the serial connection to the UPS is lost. The message repeats

unrecognized pci-serial board

2006-04-18 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
I installed a pci-serial board to my freebsd box. But it doesn't seem to be recognized. dmesg yields this line pci3: simple comms, UART at device 3.0 (no driver attached) pciconf -lv yieds [EMAIL PROTECTED]:3:0: class=0x070002 card=0x60011195 chip=0x015213a8 rev=0x01 hdr=0x00 vendor =

Re: unrecognized pci-serial board

2006-04-18 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
/software/linux/pci60_060306.tar.gz anyway to convirt the driver for freebsd? or to see if it's compatible with a different freebsd driver? -TIA Tomoki On 4/18/06, FreeBSD MailingLists [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I installed a pci-serial board to my freebsd box. But it doesn't seem

Re: USB MODEM

2006-04-18 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
powered port 2 powered port 3 powered port 4 powered Any suggestions would be appreciated. TIA, Tomoki On 18 Apr 2006 10:20:21 -0400, Lowell Gilbert [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: FreeBSD MailingLists [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I purchased a usb modem recently and connected it to my FreeBSD

Connecting IPSec from Behind a gateway

2005-07-11 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
I am trying to connect 2 FreeBSD 5.4 boxes with an IPSec tunnel using racoon. The problem is the second box is behind a nat'd gateway. The gateway router is a commercial box with IPSEC Passthrough enabled. What do I need to do to get this to work? Which IP (global or private) should I use when

backup routes

2004-12-22 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
I have a FBSD box acting as a gateway for the network. I was wondering if there is anyway to set up the routing table so I can setup automatic backup routes? I want the system to try to route packets to A. But if A is down, automatically set the route to B... Is there anyway to set this up?

FreeBSD or NetBSD on older hardware (MMX)

2005-05-16 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
I fished out an old laptop out of my closet. It is a Pentium 233 MMX w/ 64MB Ram and 12G HD I am thinking about setting up a small station for browsing the web. Which would perform better on such a system? FreeBSD or NetBSD? I know that this is a mailing list for FreeBSD users, but I am hoping

Boot Manager question

2005-05-18 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
I have a duel boot system setup with the Freebsd Boot Manager in the MBR. Is there anyway to change the default boot selection from with in the FreeBSD environment? What I mean is, if I am remotely accessing my dual boot FreeBSD box, and I want it to boot into the other OS, is there a command that

what handles a pcmcia card?

2005-05-25 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
I have just install freebsd 5.4 on a laptop, and I have noticed two things 1) even with pccard_enable=NO a inserted card is configured 2) I see no pccardd even after I set pccard_enable=YES and then run /etc/rc.d/pccard start, nothing seems to run is pccardd no longer handling pcmcia

installing boot0 via dd

2005-05-31 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
I have a sony Vaio U50. It's a pretty cool device but sony seems to be locking out non-Sony floppy/cdrom drive during the boot process. As a result I can't use either of my usb-floppy or usb-cdrom drive, even though the bios boot order is set to try floppy, optical drive, then HDD. I want to

booting an logical partition

2005-05-31 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
is the FreeBSD boot manager capable of booting a logical partition? I have am setting up a multi-boot system and it looks like I will have to put linux on a logical partition. will boot0 recoginze the logical partition as bootable? TIA, Tomoki Taniguchi

patch errors

2005-06-05 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
i'm getting a bunch of weird patch errors. i've attached the relevant error messages at the bottom. something makes me feel that this isn't a problem with the individual ports. any ideas? TIA, Tomoki === Applying FreeBSD patches for tiff-3.7.2 4 out of 4 hunks failed--saving rejects to

Re: patch errors

2005-06-05 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
the file to patch or the file cannot be patched correctly. is patch port of world or do I need to update a pkg? On 6/6/05, Giorgos Keramidas [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 2005-06-06 00:24, FreeBSD MailingLists [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: === Applying FreeBSD patches for tiff-3.7.2 4 out of 4

Re: patch errors

2005-06-05 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
me to believe the error is outside the ports tree itself. -tomoki On 6/6/05, Kris Kennaway [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mon, Jun 06, 2005 at 09:46:35AM +0900, FreeBSD MailingLists wrote: Yes, Everyday I try this I grab the latest copy of ports.tar.gz from a near by server. The file

Re: portupgrade failure

2007-01-31 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
I am having the same problem. I have tried the make fetchindex approach but it doesn't solve it for me. you mentioned something about /usr/ports/UPDATING, but was unable to find a relevant entry. can you please tell me the entry date that helped you with this problem? Thank you, Tomoki Taniguchi

LKM Trojan?

2007-02-18 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
When I run chkrootkit I get the following lines. Checking `lkm'... You have 107 process hidden for readdir command chkproc: Warning: Possible LKM Trojan installed rkhunter doesn't seem to find anything. I suspect that my machine might be compromised. running ls in the /proc directory

gif tunnel overhead

2005-08-17 Thread FreeBSD MailingLists
about how much (what percent) bandwidth overhead should I expect if I connect two hosts using a UNENCRYPTED gif tunnel over a 2Mbps connection? TIA, Tomoki ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list