Firewalls in FreeBSD?

2008-10-29 Thread Jack Barnett
Right now I have a Windows machine a FreeBSD natd/firewall then a cable modem. This is working for web surfing. But I've been playing a lot of games lately and it doesn't work at all (for multiplayer/internet games). Basically the games send/receive data on random ports, and I

Re: Firewalls in FreeBSD?

2008-10-29 Thread Jack Barnett
, Jack Barnett [1][EMAIL PROTECTED] wro te: gateway_enable=YES #firewall_enable=YES #firewall_type=open firewall_type=simple #firewall_type=open firewall_logging=YES Use instead: gateway_enable=YES natd_enable=YES natd_interface=xl0 You may add

Re: Firewalls in FreeBSD?

2008-10-30 Thread Jack Barnett
Ok, I had some progress with this last night. Basically what I do is: in natd - redirect_port 1000 to 1 to the internal windows box. set ipfw to open file wall. Obviously this isn't prefect - but gives some idea of what's going on. What I'd like to do, is a) keep the nat redirects since

Spam Filtering

2007-10-02 Thread Jack Barnett
My setup is basically everything gets pumped though procmail and ends up in an Courier imap directories. I'm thinking of going with something like SpamBouncer (procmail filter). Anyone use that before? Any other spam filtering that might work better with this setup?

RTG config

2007-10-31 Thread Jack Barnett
Hi all, I have RTG setup and running and appears to be ok. I used the default install options (from ports) and seems to be working, but only on the interfaces (3 network cards). (just ran 'createdb' then 'rtgtarmkr.pl') snmpwalk is showing values for cpu, memory, etc; but RTG isn't polling

Procmail/processing question

2007-10-31 Thread Jack Barnett
Procmail is working, but during a system upgrade I basically broke it for a bit. While it was down, all the mail was being collected in /var/mail/[username] Normally, it processes incoming mail and puts it in /home/[username]/Maildir/XYZ (this is what courier imap is using). It is working

Re: Procmail/processing question

2007-10-31 Thread Jack Barnett
Jack Barnett wrote: Procmail is working, but during a system upgrade I basically broke it for a bit. While it was down, all the mail was being collected in /var/mail/[username] Normally, it processes incoming mail and puts it in /home/[username]/Maildir/XYZ (this is what courier imap

IPFW Rules and Games

2007-11-02 Thread Jack Barnett
Lots of people play games here and basically a pain to keep trying to get these stupid things to work with individual rules for each. I'm running FreeBSD 6.x with IPFW/natd I get a dynamic IP from my ISP and the internal nic is 192.168.17.1 Everything inside the network is 192.168.17.xxx

Re: IPFW Rules and Games

2007-11-02 Thread Jack Barnett
Bob Hall wrote: On Fri, Nov 02, 2007 at 04:59:27AM -0500, Jack Barnett wrote: I added this for a temporary fix: ${fwcmd} add pass all from any to any I don't think that is the right answer; That allows to much in? Yes. I've tried these per the docs: ${fwcmd} add allow

Re: IPFW Rules and Games

2007-11-02 Thread Jack Barnett
Jack Barnett wrote: Bob Hall wrote: On Fri, Nov 02, 2007 at 04:59:27AM -0500, Jack Barnett wrote: I added this for a temporary fix: ${fwcmd} add pass all from any to any I don't think that is the right answer; That allows to much in? Yes. I've tried these per the docs

Re: IPFW Rules and Games

2007-11-02 Thread Jack Barnett
Jack Barnett wrote: Jack Barnett wrote: Jack Barnett wrote: Bob Hall wrote: On Fri, Nov 02, 2007 at 04:59:27AM -0500, Jack Barnett wrote: I added this for a temporary fix: ${fwcmd} add pass all from any to any I don't think that is the right answer; That allows to much

Re: IPFW Rules and Games

2007-11-02 Thread Jack Barnett
RW wrote: On Fri, 02 Nov 2007 04:59:27 -0500 Jack Barnett [1][EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Lots of people play games here and basically a pain to keep trying to get these stupid things to work with individual rules for each. I'm running FreeBSD 6.x with IPFW/natd I get a dynamic IP from my

Re: IPFW Rules and Games

2007-11-02 Thread Jack Barnett
Jack Barnett wrote: Jack Barnett wrote: Bob Hall wrote: On Fri, Nov 02, 2007 at 04:59:27AM -0500, Jack Barnett wrote: I added this for a temporary fix: ${fwcmd} add pass all from any to any I don't think that is the right answer; That allows to much in? Yes. I've

Re: IPFW Rules and Games

2007-11-04 Thread Jack Barnett
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: So basically the ruleset should be simple: ipfw -f flush # allow lo0 stuff # block some spoofs/attacks # if you are hosting gameservers from 192.168.17.3 or whatever, # you should (manually) open server ports, in other words, add # routes to 192.168.17.3 to specific

Re: portupgrade questions

2007-11-05 Thread Jack Barnett
Aryeh M. Friedman wrote: Here is a script I use to automate the procedure I posted in the previous reply: #!/bin/sh cd /usr/src csup ports-supfile csup standard-supfile cd patchs # optional ./apply # optional portupgrade -a ??

Re: portupgrade questions

2007-11-05 Thread Jack Barnett
Aryeh M. Friedman wrote: *cd patchs # optional ./apply # optional * patchs are some local patchs and yet to be committed patchs I use ok, thanks :) I was wondering why I couldn't find them on my system :)

Re: FreeBSD on a Mac

2007-11-08 Thread Jack Barnett
James Jeffery wrote: Was wondering. Can i put FreeBSD on a Quicksilver G4? I know it already has Tiger on it, which is BSD based, but i have no use for Tiger at the moment. At college were using Windows, and my old BSD box now has windows on it so that i can keep up with college assignments.

Re: USB Console?

2007-11-09 Thread Jack Barnett
Jerahmy Pocott wrote: Hello, Firstly sorry for my recent double post mx1.freebsd.org was rejecting my mail for some reason.. I was wondering if there is any way to put the console on a USB port? Since serial and parallel ports are becoming things of the past and many systems don't come with

Home Automation?

2007-12-05 Thread Jack Barnett
Anyone know of any Home automation type of devices that work with FreeBSD? Basically all I need to do is to toggle a power outlet from within FreeBSD (from off to on and vice-versa) ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: Home Automation?

2007-12-05 Thread Jack Barnett
FreeBSD can use an USB controller? What software is available to control the controller in FreeBSD? I'm looking for something command line and/or scriptable. ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

freenx server

2007-12-21 Thread Jack Barnett
Anyone get the freeNX server working from nomachine? When I try to build it from /usr/ports/net/freenx it says it is broken under xorg 7.2 I've upgrade to xorg 7.3.x and modified the make file and it builds everything but nxagent, so it fails to `make install` install:

xclients and remote display (WAS: Re: freenx server)

2007-12-22 Thread Jack Barnett
, Run an xterm on FreeBSD server and have it displayed on an XP or Linux workstation. User Ota wrote: On Fri, Dec 21, 2007 at 10:41:59AM -0600, Jack Barnett wrote: Anyone get the freeNX server working from nomachine? When I try to build it from /usr/ports/net/freenx it says it is broken

Network Monitor?

2007-08-12 Thread Jack Barnett
Is there a way to monitor what traffic is coming in/out of my network? For example: so me how much bandwidth emails are taking, how much http traffic (both in and outgoing), etc. I'd like a report broken down by traffic type like in windows. FreeBSD-6.2 x86 Thanks.

Running process on startup as a user

2007-09-13 Thread Jack Barnett
Using FreeBSD 6.2 x86. I have a script called: /home/foo/scripts/MyScript.sh The user is 'foo'. The password is 'bar'. What I'm trying to do is run the MyScript.sh command on startup (that way if the box reboots, then this users process also re-starts it's self). thoughts?

Re: anyone have a favorite laptop?

2007-09-25 Thread Jack Barnett
Bill Campbell wrote: On Mon, Sep 24, 2007, Arend P. van der Veen wrote: We have used Thinkpads for a long time. I am currently using a T60. Never had any problems. I used Thinkpads for about 10 years with various Linux systems. My last one was a Thinkpad 600 which I used

Disk problems?

2007-05-07 Thread Jack Barnett
I have a 3ware (AMCC) 9500S-4LP RAID card and 4 disks in 2 Mirror 1 arrays: Unit 1: 2 x 80 gigs Unit 2: 2 x 400 gigs Under windows this was working fine. Both disks where healthy and running (I could test this by unplugging one or the other): Under FreeBSD though, it says it's not working: May

Re: Disk problems?

2007-05-07 Thread Jack Barnett
6.2 Release/stable (synced source as of yesterday, rebuilt and still getting it) On 5/7/07, Peter A. Giessel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 2007/05/07 11:16, Jack Barnett seems to have typed: I have a 3ware (AMCC) 9500S-4LP RAID card and 4 disks in 2 Mirror 1 arrays: Unit 1: 2 x 80 gigs Unit

ip refresh, resolv.conf and local scripts on startup?

2007-05-08 Thread Jack Barnett
I have a script that updates some dynamic DNS records (can be run as non-root if needed). It needs to be run on startup - after network is configured and after rc.firewall (it'll get blocked if it's run before the firewall is setup). What is a good place to put this? I could put it at the end

Re: ip refresh, resolv.conf and local scripts on startup?

2007-05-09 Thread Jack Barnett
PROTECTED] wrote: Hi To get a new ip Do /sbin/ifconfig ethX use correct number down /sbin/dhclient # to get a new ip.. Then for resolv.conf echo nameserver 123.34.45.67 /etc/resolv.conf echo nameserver 321.23.67.328 /etc/resolv.conf HTH User Iam On 5/8/07, Jack Barnett [EMAIL

Re: Disk problems?

2007-05-09 Thread Jack Barnett
times already. I synced to 6.2 rel and rebuild both kernel and world, but something doesn't seem right :( On 5/7/07, Jack Barnett [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a 3ware (AMCC) 9500S-4LP RAID card and 4 disks in 2 Mirror 1 arrays: Unit 1: 2 x 80 gigs Unit 2: 2 x 400 gigs

procmail filter for them all?

2007-05-10 Thread Jack Barnett
I have sendmail using procmail as the local deliver and each user has this in their .procmailrc file: LOGFILE=/u1/logs/$USER.procmail.log :0 $HOME/Maildir/ Is there a way to do that globally for all users so that they don't each need their own .procmailrc file?

temp

2007-05-11 Thread Jack Barnett
Is there any program that'll monitor the temperate of my motherboard? There are some windows program that'll give me status on my fans, CPU temps, motherboard temps, etc - is there anything like that in the ports collection? (basically I think my CPUs are overheating in one server)

Fwd: VNC ??

2007-05-14 Thread Jack Barnett
uh, since he's blocking my emails, here is info if anyone else is interested. -- Forwarded message -- From: Jack Barnett [EMAIL PROTECTED] Date: May 14, 2007 1:58 PM Subject: Re: VNC ?? To: Pete C [EMAIL PROTECTED] The way I have mine setup is with Tight VNC (fairly new

Re: Maintenance Due

2007-05-14 Thread Jack Barnett
Wait, what? On 5/14/07, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 3D 3D 3D [Company.jpg ] [1][Product.jpg ] [2][Contact.jpg ] 3D 21439 N. 2nd Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85027 USA Toll Free 800.658.5883 | Fax 602.257.4313 | [EMAIL PROTECTED] Dear Customer, Our

DNS Cache - Bind

2007-05-15 Thread Jack Barnett
I'm running Bind 9.3.4 on FreeBSD 6.2 for my local network. It doesn't have any zones, it's just a local DNS that has a bunch of forwarders. The first request is slow (between 150 and 300 ms) - but after that (the next query on same domain) is fast (less then 10 ms usually). This is nice and

Re: Find out startup programs execution order..

2007-05-15 Thread Jack Barnett
Look before and after the error messages What other messages you see? That'll give you a general idea on where it's at in the startup process when you get that error. On 5/15/07, Agus [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi... i am trying to solve a problem with an error message during startup.. su:

Disk going bad?

2007-05-15 Thread Jack Barnett
I think I have a disk going bad. Is there any tools for freebsd that'll check the disk and let me know if there is a hardware problem or not? (I'm getting ECC errors from my controller and trying to firgure out if it's a bad controller or a bad drive [already checked the cables and all that, so

Updating all ports

2007-05-19 Thread Jack Barnett
For /usr/ports I sync to just '.' (dot). Is that what I want? (I want just 'stable' ports, nothing bleeding edge). for /usr/src I sync to: RELENG_6 But my question, is there a way to go though and say let's rebuild any port that is newer (via sync) then one I current have? For example,

reject mail hosts

2007-05-22 Thread Jack Barnett
This is in the daily run output. Anyone know what this means? It's it someone trying to relay/spam though me? Checking for rejected mail hosts: 2 bcast.americansingles.com (553... exist) 1 gmail.com (550... denied) 1 aol.com (550... denied) 1 (553... required)

Re: reject mail hosts

2007-05-22 Thread Jack Barnett
Thanks for the info. If all of those requests have been denied (by the way, which file are those logged into?) - then have any of them worked? I just want to make sure I'm not relaying/accepting spam! -J Mikhail Goriachev wrote: Jack Barnett wrote: This is in the daily run output

Re: raid or not raid

2007-05-24 Thread Jack Barnett
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 24/05/07, kalin mintchev [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: so nobody on this list knows anything about raid? wrong list? hi all.. i have a box in a remote hosting facility that claims that the machine has two discs raided in it but df and fstab show only one disc with

Re: Network storage

2007-05-24 Thread Jack Barnett
Zbigniew Szalbot wrote: Hello, What options do I have of using a network storage device such as Buffalo TeraStation? I can access it from Windows via network share or via FTP protocol. How can I access this device from FreeBSD? TeraStation is on the same LAN as FBSD machine. I would like to use

Re: FreeBSD t-shirt

2007-05-31 Thread Jack Barnett
Kávássy Dániel wrote: Thanks I will check it out. Daniel K. Greenwood wrote: --- Kávássy Dániel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I know it's a bit off. I've seen FreeBSD t-shirts (probably drafts) with the new logo: http://logo-contest.freebsd.org/result/640-1.png

Offtopic: x.org verus xFree86?

2007-06-08 Thread Jack Barnett
This is slightly off topic... but anyone know the differences between x.org and xFree86? I was using FreeBSD 4.xxx for the longest time (and some varieties of Linux, OpenBSD, etc) and all where xFree86. I was out of the scene for a bit (but still running 4.xxx) and recently upgraded to 6.2

Re: Upgrading to 6.2-RELEASE from 6.2-STABLE

2007-06-12 Thread Jack Barnett
no idea, but maybe: boot /boot/kernel/kernel or boot /boot/kernel.old/kernel What is 'mountroot' - is that the boot loader or the kernel/system giving you that? try mounting your root drive! do a `df -k`, anything already mounted? oh! or try: fsck did it ask you to login?

Re: KDE 3.5 Crashing

2007-06-18 Thread Jack Barnett
Timothy Bourke wrote: On Jun 15 at 20:01 +1000, Gemma Fletcher wrote: Installed BSD 6.2 a few days ago and am totally new to it all. I installed KDE 3.5 and it was working nicely until it juststopped. No obvious crash - it just froze. Had to reboot the system with the reset

Apache, php?

2007-06-18 Thread Jack Barnett
FreeBSD 6.2 Apache 1.3.37 (from ports) php 5.2.3 (from ports) on the command line doing `php index.php` works. But if I use it though a web browser it just displays the php code. I installed it like this (extensions to)

Re: Apache, php?

2007-06-20 Thread Jack Barnett
doug wrote: On Tue, 19 Jun 2007, Jack Barnett wrote: FreeBSD 6.2 Apache 1.3.37 (from ports) php 5.2.3 (from ports) on the command line doing `php index.php` works. But if I use it though a web browser it just displays the php code. I installed it like this (extensions to) http

Re: Apache, php?

2007-06-20 Thread Jack Barnett
Ivan Carey wrote: Jack Barnett wrote: FreeBSD 6.2 Apache 1.3.37 (from ports) php 5.2.3 (from ports) on the command line doing `php index.php` works. But if I use it though a web browser it just displays the php code. I installed it like this (extensions to) http://www.mydigitallife.info/2006

Re: Apache, php?

2007-06-21 Thread Jack Barnett
Eric Crist wrote: On Jun 20, 2007, at 8:56 PMJun 20, 2007, Jack Barnett wrote: Ivan Carey wrote: I don't have libphp5.so anywhere in /usr/local (did a find for it). the php5 port is broken? Or do I have to reinstall apache after php5? You need to enable build of the php5 apache extension

Re: Apache, php?

2007-06-21 Thread Jack Barnett
Jack Barnett wrote: Eric Crist wrote: On Jun 20, 2007, at 8:56 PMJun 20, 2007, Jack Barnett wrote: Ivan Carey wrote: I don't have libphp5.so anywhere in /usr/local (did a find for it). the php5 port is broken? Or do I have to reinstall apache after php5? You need

Re: Apache, php?

2007-06-21 Thread Jack Barnett
[LoN]Kamikaze wrote: Jack Barnett wrote: Jack Barnett wrote: Eric Crist wrote: On Jun 20, 2007, at 8:56 PMJun 20, 2007, Jack Barnett wrote: Ivan Carey wrote: I don't have libphp5.so anywhere in /usr/local (did a find for it). the php5 port is broken

Re: Hardware compatibility question

2008-01-03 Thread Jack Barnett
Eric Crist wrote: On Jan 3, 2008, at 12:29 PM, Darryl Hoar wrote: Greetings, I am looking at buying a used Dell PowerEdge 2650. It has (2) Xeon 2.8Ghz with 512kb cache 6 GB ECC Ram (5) 36 GB 10k SCSI hard drives Perc/3 raid controller. dual 10/100/1000 ethernet dual power supplies. will I

Re: No spam???

2008-01-14 Thread Jack Barnett
John Almberg wrote: Last week I set up a brand new mail server with a combination of pf/spamassassin/maildrop for spam filtering... Everything seems to work great. All real mail seems to be getting through. I monitored the spamd and maildrop logs during the first few days to make sure my very

VM Options

2008-01-23 Thread Jack Barnett
Are there any good VM Options for FreeBSD? There is VMWare in ports; which I really like - but it's a few years old and still stuck on version 3 the last time I tried it. Are there any other options available? ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org

Re: VM Options

2008-01-24 Thread Jack Barnett
Robert Eckardt wrote: It depends on what you want to do. To clarify, I would like to run Windows XP at least VMWare runs WinXP beautifully - but unfortunately VMWare doesn't well under FreeBSD. Last time I tried Qemu it was fairly slow. So Jail, Qemu and VMWare crossed off the list, any

Re: archiving all IMAP mail?

2008-02-14 Thread Jack Barnett
This is the setup I use: external accounts (pop, imap, etc) -fetchmail - procmail - filterarchive - imap local accounts - procmail - filterarchive - imap Then my imap clients connect to the imap server. The imap server I use is courier-imap (has ssl which is nice) then use Thunderbird for

Re: archiving all IMAP mail?

2008-02-14 Thread Jack Barnett
Wael Nasreddine wrote: This One Time, at Band Camp, C Thala [1][EMAIL PROTECTED] said, On Thu, Feb 14 , 2008 at 04:15:03AM -0500: On Thu, Feb 14, 2008 at 02:38:46AM -0600, Jack Barnett wrote: This is the setup I use: external accounts (pop, imap, etc) -fetchmail - procmail

Re: VM Options

2008-02-14 Thread Jack Barnett
is pretty good also. On Jan 25, 2008, at 4:54 AM, neal wrote: On Thursday 24 January 2008, Jack Barnett wrote: So Jail, Qemu and VMWare crossed off the list, any other options? I'm planning to do something similar but have moved to Kubuntu to run VMWare, then I can run PCBSD as a vm 'thingy

NOOOOooooo

2008-09-19 Thread Jack Barnett
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Off Topic: Sunbird calendar server?

2008-06-27 Thread Jack Barnett
This is a bit off topic, but does anyone know of a Calendar Server that is compatible with Sunbird? Basically, I have a personal calender, then we have a Holidays calendar and my girlfriend has her own calendar. We want to be able to share the Holidays calendar and also share out/view each

Custom Build

2005-09-02 Thread Jack Barnett
Hello all, How this is the correct list to post this to, if not, please point me to a more apporiate list. What I want to do is make a custom automated build for FreeBSD. Basically, create a build, burn it to CD-ROM, go stick it into a server and it automatically configures to the correct

NIC Support

2009-11-11 Thread Jack Barnett
Is the RealTek RTL8112L PCIe gigabit LAN Controller support in FreeBSD 7.2? I could not find this in the hardware notes. Is it listed under another name? ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: atom based servers

2009-11-12 Thread Jack Barnett
Curious, how did you get it installed? My motherboard doesn't have an IDE port (so, no IDE CD-ROM) and don't think booting from USB-CDROM is supported Booting from USB Flash drive works? David Rawling wrote: -Original Message- From: Brian Whalen Sent: Thu 12/11/2009 9:26 AM I