RE: Specifying sort fields

2004-04-23 Thread JJB
info needs updating to explain this fact? Even some examples at end of technical info would go long way to making the 'man sort' info user friendly and meaningfully. -Original Message- From: Dan Nelson [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, April 22, 2004 5:35 PM To: JJB Cc: [EMAIL

RE: installing ipfilter

2004-04-25 Thread JJB
Ipfilter is an built in firewall just like IPFW. They both are distributed in the base Freebsd system. Ipfilter is the name of the firewall man ipf will show you the info you are looking for. Ipfilter is an loadable module which means it is not necessary to add kernel option statements to the

newsyslog command in an script

2004-05-11 Thread JJB
In an csh script I want to issue newsyslog /var/log/security. I need feedback from the newsyslog command in the form of an script testable return code / exit code so I can determine if the specified log met the rotate trigger for that file as defined in the newsyslog.conf file and the file was

RE: Force newsyslog to rotate from custon script

2004-05-12 Thread JJB
, May 12, 2004 8:54 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] ORG Subject: Re: Force newsyslog to rotate from custon script JJB [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Problem description: My ipfilter log is rotated using newsyslog.conf. The file is rotated on file size option. I have custom script

issue newsyslog cmd from perl scrip

2004-05-12 Thread JJB
I run 2 abuse IP perl script that I got from dshield.com that read my ipfilter log and create an email containing list of abusive source ip address. Them last week I got hit by an Dos attack that filled up my ipfilter logs. The logs were rotated by newsyslog past the 3 deep specified in the

Force newsyslog to rotate from custon script

2004-05-11 Thread JJB
Problem description: My ipfilter log is rotated using newsyslog.conf. The file is rotated on file size option. I have custom script that reads the log and builds email containing list of abusive source IP address. This custom script is included in the daily management report process. Problem is

RE: the most light weight X web browser?

2004-05-13 Thread JJB
The question of an command line launched graphic web browser for FBSD is asked many times on this list. I straight package install of links -g sure would be desirable since there is no package for links with x or with out it at the current time. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

RE: Cross building ports

2004-05-13 Thread JJB
After installing the port on your build box go ahead and run the make package on the /usr/port/portname directory. The resulting package will be in that directory. Copy it to your other i386 box and pkg_add pgkname and it will work. I have even done it with newer FBSD operation system version on

RE: ltmdm: Is it only for Lt Lucent chipset?

2004-05-13 Thread JJB
I have an used the FBSD ltmdm port on a Pctel internal modem. You have to look at what is printed on the modem board chips for word Lucent. If any chips say Lucent give it a try. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Mark Jayson Alvarez Sent:

perl pause or wait

2004-05-13 Thread JJB
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 for

crontab perl script execution

2004-05-13 Thread JJB
I have perl script A. which runs 2 other perl scripts B. C. When A is run from command line B C get run. When I put script A in /etc/corntab I can see that A does in deed get run, but scripts B C do not. I looked in /var/log/cron and /var/log/messages for error messages but there are none. Here

RE: crontab perl script execution

2004-05-13 Thread JJB
On Fri, 2004-05-14 at 12:27, JJB wrote: I have perl script A. which runs 2 other perl scripts B. C. When A is run from command line B C get run. When I put script A in /etc/corntab I can see that A does in deed get run, but scripts B C do not. I looked in /var/log/cron and /var/log

RE: crontab perl script execution

2004-05-13 Thread JJB
On Fri, 2004-05-14 at 12:27, JJB wrote: I have perl script A. which runs 2 other perl scripts B. C. When A is run from command line B C get run. When I put script A in /etc/corntab I can see that A does in deed get run, but scripts B C do not. I looked in /var/log/cron and /var/log

RE: perl pause or wait

2004-05-14 Thread JJB
that. Then on the other hand, I would accept an working routine to add to my script to do that. -Original Message- From: Christopher Nehren [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, May 13, 2004 11:22 PM To: JJB Cc: FreeBSD Questions List Subject: Re: perl pause or wait JJB wrote: I have perl

RE: Help: Configuring PPP.conf after installing ltmdm

2004-05-14 Thread JJB
The ltmdm port has been changed since I last used it. But it still seems to have no documentation. In the old port there was only one device and it was called cual0, so based on that I would give cuala0 a try. If all else fails, email the port maintainer directly and ask him. -Original

RE: Anyone else having trouble with Samsung 160G drives?

2004-05-10 Thread JJB
Sounds like bio's problems. Check mfg web site of motherboard in question for bio's update. What kind of drives does client have on box now (mfg size)? Are existing drives used as straight IDE drives? Try Freebsd formatting them on your box before putting them back into clients box. I have

RE: Help: Tip on Buying External modem

2004-05-10 Thread JJB
Modems, what an confusing subject when it comes to all the types available for purchase. First is the question between internal and external. Internal means they are expansion cards which you plug into your motherboard slots. There are two types, ISA and PCI. ISA cards are legacy cards designed

RE: Problem with FreeBSD 4.8, ipf, ipfnat and forwarding for pcAnywhere

2004-05-07 Thread JJB
For your telnet test to pcanywhere ports on target Lan pc to work you have to tell telnet on the target to listen on those ports. I believe pcanywhere is one of those applications that imbed the ip address of the remote and host into the packet data and used by the application to establish

RE: Partitioning fails due to drive geometry inconsistency

2004-05-03 Thread JJB
Create your self an windows bootable floppy with the ms/windows fdisk format programs. Boot from floppy, run fdisk and delete all partitions including the NT one. Then create new single msdos fat32 partition and set as primary active partition. Reboot from floppy then run format on c: drive. Put

RE: freebsd-stable packages on freebsd-release-4.9

2004-05-04 Thread JJB
To change the package version used by the pkg_add -r command run sysinstall, go to the options screen and set the release name to 4.9-STABLE. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Clay Holladay Sent: Tuesday, May 04, 2004 2:27 PM To: [EMAIL

RE: spppcontrol

2004-05-06 Thread JJB
Andy In 5 years this is the first time for question about spppcontrol. I had not known it even existed. Went and read the man info on it and still I am unclear of it's purpose. Is this something new in 5.2.1? Is this just for ADSL PCI cards? Can you give some info or point me to an link that

4.10 stable release info

2004-05-06 Thread JJB
The official 4.10 schedule says 4.10 stable release was scheduled for May 5. The FTP sites still have RC2 and the 4.10 to-do list talks about RC3. Anybody from the release team care to comment on what is the holdup and when 4.10 going to be updated to the mirror FTP sites?

RE: winmodem

2004-05-06 Thread JJB
If your winmodem uses Lucent chips the ltmdm port may work for you. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Ben Timby Sent: Thursday, May 06, 2004 11:48 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: winmodem Hello list! I have an internal winmodem in my

RE: natd -redirect_port

2004-05-15 Thread JJB
You are wrong, you do not have to compile ipfirewall kernel options into the kernel. IPFW is delivered as an bootable module. You need this in rc.conf to enable ipfw, it will auto load the bootable module. # Required For IPFW kernel firewall support firewall_enable=YES # Start

RE: natd -redirect_port

2004-05-15 Thread JJB
, 2004 11:38 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; Christian Hiris; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: Anthony Philipp Subject: Re: natd -redirect_port - Original Message - From: JJB [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Christian Hiris [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: Anthony Philipp [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Saturday, May 15

RE: FreeBSD 4.7 Syslogs

2004-05-15 Thread JJB
Well since you are new to FBSD and since the syslogd -d commands shows that you do not have logging specified in /etc/syslog.conf for the messages file. You just do not know what you are looking at. Who ever was sysadmin before you probably commented it out for what ever reason. By the way I

RE: Apache 2 / PHP Installation

2004-05-15 Thread JJB
Kevin I went to the link you posted and referenced. My reading of what is written is the warning is about using the older versions of php on apache2. I do not take what is written as meaning that the current versions of php is not compatible or is an security risk, or in some way will cause

RE: FreeBSD 4.7 Syslogs

2004-05-16 Thread JJB
: Sunday, May 16, 2004 5:04 AM To: Matt Cyber Dog LaPlante; 'Matthew Seaman'; [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: FreeBSD 4.7 Syslogs - Original Message - From: JJB [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Matt Cyber Dog LaPlante [EMAIL PROTECTED]; 'Matthew Seaman' [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL

RE: FreeBSD 4.7 Syslogs

2004-05-16 Thread JJB
So I have an typo in my post. I did look in /var/log/lpd-errs and it's empty. Any help as what to do to figure this out? -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Warren Block Sent: Sunday, May 16, 2004 11:01 AM To: JJB Cc: Micheal Patterson; [EMAIL

RE: FreeBSD 4.7 Syslogs

2004-05-16 Thread JJB
no idea why it was hosed, but working now and that is all that matters. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of JJB Sent: Sunday, May 16, 2004 11:14 AM To: Warren Block Cc: Micheal Patterson; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: FreeBSD 4.7 Syslogs So I have

RE: ipmon logs to messages AND security

2004-05-17 Thread JJB
Changes to /etc/syslog.conf do not take effect until you tell the syslog task to re-read the conf file. You do that be issuing an HUP signal to the syslog task. Kill -HUP PID where PID is the task number from the ps ax command. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL

RE: ipmon logs to messages AND security

2004-05-17 Thread JJB
Your solution of not using the syslog function does not answer his question. This is bad advice. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Nelis Lamprecht Sent: Monday, May 17, 2004 7:57 AM To: Gareth Bailey Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: ipmon

RE: natd -redirect_port

2004-05-17 Thread JJB
: Monday, May 17, 2004 8:32 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: Micheal Patterson; Anthony Philipp Subject: Re: natd -redirect_port On Saturday 15 May 2004 18:56, JJB wrote: You are wrong also. The boot time message that displays about the ipfw module being loaded is incorrect. I filed

RE: Manually starting RCng scripts disabled in rc.conf

2004-05-17 Thread JJB
There are no knobs in rc.conf for the applications you mentioned. Rc.conf does not have internal check to verify you have correct statements. So having apache_enable=YES in rc.conf does nothing and issues no error message telling you it is invalid. All ports are started from /usr/local/etc/rc.d/

reporting port scaning abuse based on whois

2004-05-18 Thread JJB
My ipfilter firewall is blocking 35 to 150 port scan packets per minute coming from all over the world. I have an dynamic IP address assigned by my ISP, so I know the senders are scanning an whole subnet range of IP address for the ports they are interested in. I have to pay for this background

RE: PPP takes the system over :(

2004-05-22 Thread JJB
Based on the very little info you posted, here is the same level of reply. You have your system configured incorrectly. Now is that reply useful? About as useful as your question is. Nobody here has ESP so they can not remotely read your mind or the contents or your system's config files. When

Learning perl

2004-05-22 Thread JJB
Looking for recommendations of best web sites for tutorials on learning perl, asking questions of peer group, lookup syntax, paper books, ETC. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe,

RE: IPF/IPNat router/gateway

2004-05-23 Thread JJB
Problem can be in how you are cabled or how you assign private lan IP address to xp box behind FBSD. An single xp box cabled to your FBSD needs to be cabled using an crossover cable. An normal configuration is cabling FBSD box directly to public internet cable or dsl modem and then have all the

RE: FTPD SSHD server

2004-05-23 Thread JJB
I think you are confused about difference between ssh and FTPD. FTPD is enabled in inetd.conf. This FTP software gives FTP protocol access the home directory of the person logging in. No account on the FBSD box no FTP access. When logging in using FTP the id/pw is passed over the internet as clear

RE: FreeBSD 4.7 (Related to Dump and Restore).

2004-05-24 Thread JJB
Yes there are many critical problems you should be very concerned about. The first being 4.7 is at it's end of life now. There are many security updates between 4.7 and 4.10 the soon to be officially announced newest stable version release. If you have time constraint where you have to deploy

RE: disk recovery

2004-05-24 Thread JJB
Even considering repairing an damaged HD as an method to replace backups is an stupid thought. People who do not backup critical data are fools. There is no price tag one can put on critical data. You find some way to backup to flat compressed file format and write to an removable HD or CDROM or

RE: Mystery Ports

2004-05-24 Thread JJB
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 this. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL

RE: Mystery Ports

2004-05-24 Thread JJB
you have not seen this bug. -Original Message- From: Christopher Nehren [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, May 24, 2004 3:49 PM To: JJB Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: Mystery Ports On Mon, May 24, 2004 at 11:58:43 EDT, JJB scribbled these curious markings

RE: freebsd 5.2.1 openssh hole

2004-05-24 Thread JJB
Send email to FBSD OpenSSH port maintainer and tell then the port is out of date. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Thomas May Sent: Monday, May 24, 2004 3:23 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: freebsd 5.2.1 openssh hole Hi, i have installed

RE: Alternate file for log_in_vain

2004-05-25 Thread JJB
Sure you can. In etc/syslog.conf say kern.=info /var/log/loginvain.log -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Reuben A. Popp Sent: Tuesday, May 25, 2004 12:35 PM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Alternate file for log_in_vain -BEGIN PGP

Perl metacharacters

2004-05-29 Thread JJB
I have problems with 2 different if statements that use metacharacters. if (/([EMAIL PROTECTED] )/) { $abuse_email = ${1}; } The data line it's reading looks like this, remarks: Please report all problems to [EMAIL PROTECTED] for probes, port scans etc. print($abuse_email) shows that

RE: How to make a screenshot?

2004-06-04 Thread JJB
DO any of the suggestions made so for work from the command line or do they all just run under x? -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Martin Hudec Sent: Friday, June 04, 2004 1:06 PM To: Andrew L. Gould Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: How to

voice talk between 2 FBSD boxs

2004-06-06 Thread JJB
The talk command is not really voice talk but what is normally considered as console text chat these days. Is there an 2 way voice talk command or port application between 2 unix type systems with an ms/windows version? ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing

RE: Changing SendMail Port Number

2004-06-06 Thread JJB
Port 25 is the world wide internet standard for smtp mail servers to listen on for inbound mail. There is no problem of changing your smtp email server to listen on port 24, except for the fact that no body on the internet can reach your smtp email server because they will be sending to port 25

perl -MCPAN problem

2004-06-06 Thread JJB
When I run perl -MCPAN -e shell from the command line I get no route to host message. This box has public internet access as everything else works, so I know that error message is not correct. I looked in my firewall log file and I see that at the time I was doing -MCPAN, I have an inbound port

RE: upgraded perl ... now missing mods that was installed beforeupgrade

2004-06-06 Thread JJB
I don't think the problem has anything to do with how you upgrade your system. I installed 4.10 from minin.iso and I have same problem about not being able to run perl -MCPAN -e shell command. Something is wrong with the perl CPAN conf files that are part of the FBSD system. Problem may also be

RE: Upgrading FreeBSD to a new release

2004-06-06 Thread JJB
The source upgrade is not the problem, it's when on those rare times that system configuration file statements are added or changed that requiring mergemaster to run. There is no way around that condition when that happens. The 5.1 to 5.2 case is special just because 5.x is development branch. You

RE: does NATd _prevent_ use of stateful ipfw rules w/ keep-state?

2004-06-08 Thread JJB
Of Thomas Wolf Sent: Thursday, June 03, 2004 3:00 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: RE: does NATd _prevent_ use of stateful ipfw rules w/ keep-state? JJB [EMAIL PROTECTED] schrieb: Where do you get off calling my questioning of Luigi Rizzo's answer as an attack. I have heard

RE: Modem configuration

2004-06-10 Thread JJB
FreeBSD does not work using an winmodem. Yes the ltmdm port purpose is to provide the software drives for winmodem modems. That being said, here is what that really means. Winmodems is manufactured specially for the ms/windows market. They are cheaper because the DSP and controller chips are

RE: Upgrading FreeBSD to a new release

2004-06-11 Thread JJB
Are these supervisor cards unique to IBM HP? Can the card be bought separately and will they work on generic motherboard? Do you have URL for info on these supervisor cards? -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Peter Pauly Sent: Friday, June 11,

RE: ipfw: question about keep-state on icmp

2004-06-13 Thread JJB
I think if you read closely you will find out the keep-state option does not work on the icmp protocol because icmp is stateless protocol. This does not mean that ipfw will give coding error if you code it. You have to have an icmp stateless rule to allow it out and another to allow it in.

pf on 4.10

2004-06-16 Thread JJB
Is there an port of pf firewall that installs on 4.10? ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

perl script code

2004-06-18 Thread JJB
I have this #(Scan line for word abuse,); if ((/([EMAIL PROTECTED])\s/) || (/([EMAIL PROTECTED])\s/)) { if (${1} eq [EMAIL PROTECTED]) { $abuse_email = [EMAIL PROTECTED]; next; } if (${1} eq [EMAIL PROTECTED]) { $abuse_email = [EMAIL PROTECTED]; next; } if

perl ?

2004-06-18 Thread JJB
I have $email field that sometimes may not end with alpha character. How would I codeif (last position of $email != alpha) { replace last pos of $email with blank } Or any other coding method to strip off non alpha from $email field if present. Thanks

RE: Application commands without having to restart

2004-06-19 Thread JJB
Enter rehash command -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Bruce Hunter Sent: Sunday, June 13, 2004 1:42 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Application commands without having to restart Hello everyone, I just installed a port. Usually, a

RE: FreeBSD Wiki

2004-06-19 Thread JJB
What you are talking about is commonly refereed to as how-to Do an google search on FreeBSD + how-to for list of sites which accept your type of how-to write ups. You can post your how-to to all the sites that will accept them. There is noting like that in the official FreeBSD.org environment.

what happened to ppp-primer

2004-06-23 Thread JJB
http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/ppp-primer/index.ht ml The directory is there but it's empty. Has the ppp-primer been retired, or has someone messed up? ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

php4-4.3.7-1

2004-06-23 Thread JJB
When I was running under php4-4.3.6-1 everything worked. Today I upgraded to php4-4.3.7-1 and I get this error. I have no T_LNUMBER field at all. Sim49.php has not changed. Line 98 is the way it's always been. Can somebody translate this error message into something I can use as pointer of what

RE: Urgent 4.9 networking problems

2004-06-24 Thread JJB
Your symptoms are typical of DNS time outs. Ping ip address does no DNS lookups. Ping freebsd.org will not work either. With out a lot more detail about your network environment, the best I can say is look at how your network resolves DNS lookups. Some times a ISP will change the ip address of

RE: Urgent 4.9 networking problems

2004-06-24 Thread JJB
me down to here is with IPNat though - it says its map'd the address but in actual fact freebsd forwards it. Could this all be a red herring as a dns problem? Thanks Dave -Original Message- From: JJB [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: 24 June 2004 11:23 PM To: Dave Raven; [EMAIL PROTECTED

RE: Coping and Pasting from console

2004-06-24 Thread JJB
What Dan posted is correct for 3 button serial mouse. If you have 2 button mouse add this statement to what Dan posted for rc.conf moused_flags=-m 2=3 # config for 2 button mouse If you have USB mouse I have info on how to set that up also. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL

RE: Coping and Pasting from console

2004-06-25 Thread JJB
On Thursday, June 24, 2004 10:21:54 PM JJB [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: | |What Dan posted is correct for 3 button serial mouse. | |If you have 2 button mouse add this statement to what Dan posted for |rc.conf | | |moused_flags=-m 2=3 # config for 2 button mouse | | |If you have USB mouse I have info

RE: Ipmon security log rotation

2004-06-25 Thread JJB
If you are saying that you have /sbin/ipmon -D /var/log/security on the rc.conf statement, then you are telling it to do 2 conflicting things. The /var/log/security part needs to be removed. It's telling ipmon to use manual log file after you tell with -d to use syslog log function. -Original

RE: setting a disk read only

2004-06-26 Thread JJB
Security Paranoia It's very important that you completely understand the impact of using the following command will have on your ability to make changes to your system. The simplest thing you can do is set the immutable flag on all system binaries and /etc config files with: chflags schg

RE: IPFIREWALL_VERBOSE_LIMIT ignored by recent kernel/world?

2004-07-04 Thread JJB
Verbose limit is a sysctl knob now, you can display it to see current setting or change it without a reboot. Check your newsyslog.conf file to very the rotate trigger is the same as you were using before. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Rob

RE: IPFIREWALL_VERBOSE_LIMIT ignored by recent kernel/world?

2004-07-04 Thread JJB
Adding an logamount option to each logging rules would be to long way work around. Adding net.inet.ip.fw.verbose_limit=100 to /etc/sysctl.conf would be the short way. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Rob Sent: Sunday, July 04, 2004 8:15 AM To:

RE: internet gateway

2004-07-05 Thread JJB
Your using the ppp nat function which is ok, but you have also complied the ipfw divert option into your kernel. The ipfw divert option does the same thing as ppp nat. Recompile your kernel and remove the divert option. Also the /etc/rc.firewall rules are way to complicated for your needs. Create

RE: IPF problems

2004-07-05 Thread JJB
You seem to be confused between ipfw and ipf. These are two different firewall software application which are built into the FreeBSD operating system. You may want to read the new rewrite of the Freebsd handbooks firewall section which is currently available at www.a1poweruser.com/FBSD_firewall/

sendmail logs and other questions

2004-01-22 Thread JJB
I read the handbook sendmail section and it's meaningless. Really need something more informative. I see in the syslog.conf file an facility of mail.* writing to /var/log/maillog. Ever time mail is sent and when the system is booted this log gets posted with event records. So I know this is

RE: sendmail logs and other questions

2004-01-23 Thread JJB
] Behalf Of Dirk Meyer Sent: Friday, January 23, 2004 6:20 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: sendmail logs and other questions JJB schrieb:, Is there some way to tell sendmail to use local5 as it's facility and not mail? Only by recompiling ... but you can config in syslog.conf almost everything

sendmail /etc/mail/Makefile usage

2004-01-24 Thread JJB
Looking for explanation documentation on the customization process of FBSD's sendmail. The /etc/mail/README talks about using the m4 command to customize sendmail. I have all ready been told that process is incorrect for the built in version of sendmail as delivered by the FBSD install. Previous

How to tell Fetch command to use specific port #

2004-01-26 Thread JJB
The Fetch command is an wrapper for FTP. It seems to default to passive mode because my firewall logs it going out on port 21 followed by the data channel on ports 1024. Is there some way to force fetch to use port 5999 all the time for it's data channel?

RE: RELENG_5_2

2004-01-28 Thread JJB
You have wrong understanding of what #0 means. That's the counter of how many times you have recompiled the kernel making your own custom kernel. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Steinar Bormer Sent: Wednesday, January 28, 2004 8:05 AM To:

RE: FreeBDS don't accept 4 networkcards

2004-01-29 Thread JJB
FBSD Friend No problem about your English, I understand what you are trying to do. Your private Lan IP address ranges are correct, each LAN circuit using an separate subnet. So lets start with the most obvious first. Check rc.conf to verify you do not have typing error on ifconfig statement for

RE: Interest

2004-01-29 Thread JJB
You are mistaken. There is no hardware for sale here -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of zuber zaini Sent: Thursday, January 29, 2004 11:17 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Interest Dear Seller, Sir/Mom Hi, I am Zuber Zaini, I am from

RE: What hostname should I set?

2004-01-31 Thread JJB
Assigning an Host name to your FBSD system Your FBSD operating system has internal software applications (like sendmail for one) that needs to know the fully qualified domain name of the PC it's running on. You do this by adding this option statement hostname=to /etc/rc.conf. This is the

RE: Adding Packages and Ports

2004-02-01 Thread JJB
installing an package pkg_add -rv cvsup-without-gui rehash you have to do rehash command so your shell will search all /bin directories and build shell hash table. Then issue command for installed package. Or of course, reboot will fix it also. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL

RE: fetch fails, ftp works question

2004-02-02 Thread JJB
FBSD Friend Since the fetch command does function for you, but some times you get this message, File unavailable (e.g., file not found, no access) The file not found part you know is not true, because you have used the same command where it does get the same named package. SO it must be the no

RE: NAT and IPFW rules

2004-02-02 Thread JJB
Hello Friend First I agree with you the FBSD handbook documentation on firewall software sucks big time. It leads the reader into believing that ipfw is the only solution when it is not. FBSD is delivered with ipfw and IPFILTER which are both firewall software applications. The second thing that

RE: Which interface do I put natd and ipfw

2004-02-02 Thread JJB
Hello Friend You only NAT the public internet facing interface, tun0 is your case. You should turn on user ppp -nat function and not use the ipfw divert rule command because, ipfw stateful rules does not work when used with ipfw's legacy divert rule which launches the sub-routine call to NATD.

Recommendation for proxy server that does Nat function

2004-02-02 Thread JJB
I just read an post that said some proxy server do Nat function. Searched the ports collection and did not see an proxy servers that said they did nat function. Does anyone on this list know of an proxy or squid server that also does NAT function? ___

RE: proxies and firewalls

2004-02-02 Thread JJB
Friend Jorn Are you saying you know of an proxy server that does the nat function? Please point me to it. Thanks -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Jorn Argelo Sent: Monday, February 02, 2004 5:04 AM To: Hiren Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject:

RE: proxies and firewalls

2004-02-02 Thread JJB
solve the private ip address versus my public ip address problem? -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, February 02, 2004 11:28 AM To: JJB Cc: Jorn Argelo; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: proxies and firewalls Are you

RE: conf/62230: log-in-vain issues it's msg every time 'mail' command is used.

2004-02-02 Thread JJB
I disagree with you on this. Log-in-vain purpose in life is to interrogate attempts from the external interface, not the localhost internal functions, which this clearly is what is happening. Sure there are work around solutions for this bug. If you think this is such an trivial annoyance bug

RE: proxies and firewalls

2004-02-02 Thread JJB
firewall and handle the bi-directional traffic transparently? -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, February 02, 2004 12:02 PM To: JJB Cc: Jorn Argelo; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: Re: proxies and firewalls I have Lan with private ip address

RE: Rockwell Modem

2004-02-03 Thread JJB
You understanding of the external modem process is deficient. ns3# ps -aux root 476 0.0 1.4 1232 832 ?? I 11:26AM 0:00.03 /usr/libexec/getty std.9600 ttyd0 This has nothing to do with your modem, but everything to do with the Hylafax software application. Since you said that your modem lights

Automated web page builder

2004-02-04 Thread JJB
I have an need to build an web page environment which could look just like the FBSD online handbook. An document index page with links into the big document, and each displayed page having previous, home, and next links at both the top and bottom of the page. Was some kind of tool used to build

RE: FreeBsd Home Network Utilizing Verizon Online DSL

2004-02-04 Thread JJB
See http://en.tldp.org/HOWTO/Cable-Modem/isps.html for setup details unique to different USA cable providers nation wide. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of alfred chin Sent: Tuesday, February 03, 2004 1:29 AM To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject:

/usr/share ?

2004-02-04 Thread JJB
I want to remove un-needed stuff from HD so my bkups run faster. Looking for explanation of what all the stuff is used for in the /usr/share directory tree so I can figure out what stuff I can delete without harming system. An pointer to some web docs would be great. Thanks

RE: rz ZMODEM functionality in freebsd's openssh like redhat9?

2004-02-04 Thread JJB
Your question is really way to general in nature. You are really too isolated in the desktop application to do any real detective work, move the command line. Do you hear your modem really dialing out? Do you hear the remote modem answering?. Is your modem an external type? If you modem is an

Help with using wv2 application.

2004-02-05 Thread JJB
Installed the wv2 package and all of it's dependants. Sure seems a lot of over kill just for an utility to convert ms/word files to html. Am I missing something here. Does wv2 run under the desktop with menu system? Can not find any documentation on how to use it? Need pointers on how to use it?

Help with using wv2 application.

2004-02-05 Thread JJB
Installed the wv2 package and all of it's dependants. Sure seems a lot of over kill just for an utility to convert ms/word files to html. Am I missing something here. Does wv2 run under the desktop with menu system? Can not find any documentation on how to use it? Need pointers on how to use it?

RE: Help with using wv2 application.

2004-02-05 Thread JJB
PM, JJB sat at the `puter and typed: Installed the wv2 package and all of it's dependants. Sure seems a lot of over kill just for an utility to convert ms/word files to html. Am I missing something here. Does wv2 run under the desktop with menu system? Can not find any documentation on how

RE: firewall rule(s) for ports and packages

2004-02-06 Thread JJB
The cvsup process uses port 5999 add this rule to # Allow out FBSD (make install CVSUP) functions # Basically give user root GOD privileges. allow tcp from me to any out via $pif setup keep-state uid root $pif = interface facing the public internet -Original Message- From:

RE: 5.1 telnet

2004-02-06 Thread JJB
To get native telnet working on your gateway box, Besides un-commenting the telnet tcp6 statement in /etc/inetd.conf, you also have to enable inetd in /etc/rc.conf, by adding this statement inetd_enable=YES # Run super server network daemon dispatcher. Reboot to activate or issue

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