Re: RFC: Free Software Hardware Compatibility - Centralised DB

2004-06-11 Thread Joel Rees
currency, so to speak.) That said, I suspect that, if a company or individual has hardware to donate and is not sure where it should go, a broadcast troll like this might actually be appropriate. (Which is why I'm even further breaking protocol here.) -- Joel Rees Opinions are like armpits

Re: Is FreeBSD up to this job?

2003-09-17 Thread Joel Rees
. (No reason to tie fbsd down to read a keypad, either, but then maybe you want a virtual keypad on the screen instead of a physical keypad?) -- Joel Rees, programmer, Systems Group Altech Corporation (Alpsgiken), Osaka, Japan http://www.alpsgiken.co.jp -- When software

Re: Problems with Samba shared files

2003-07-14 Thread Joel Rees
to be unable to tell MSWindows that it had a file open for read, or a rather advanced technique for Samba to be able to understand from simply mounting the share as read-only that it could let MSWindows forego a lock on a multiply opened file. Mayb I'm just confused. -- Joel Rees, programmer

Re: Problems with Samba shared files

2003-07-15 Thread Joel Rees
with real meaning. What were they thinking? But that doesn't help anyone. Stan, check your smb.conf and your samba logs. That should get you headed in the right direction. (Hopefully, your problem has nothing to do with opportunistic locking.) -- Joel Rees, programmer, Kansai Systems Group Altech

Re: Help! Is this an attack or a virus? Qmail on FBSD is flooding

2003-07-18 Thread Joel Rees
of the currently popular virii do. I think you'd be justified in grabbing the .jpg and looking inside to see if it's really a .exe masquerading as a .jpg. Privacy has to have limits. Had a friend who's wife had picked up several of those. He was sure glad enough that I let him know about it. -- Joel

Re: A couple of definitions

2003-07-18 Thread Joel Rees
As far as I know, objective C is sort of ancestor to C++ ROFDDCI -- Joel Rees, programmer, Kansai Systems Group Altech Corporation (Alpsgiken), Osaka, Japan http://www.alpsgiken.co.jp ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org

Re: japanese consultants

2003-07-30 Thread Joel Rees
checked these: http://www.jp.FreeBSD.org/ http://www.jp.FreeBSD.org/ml.html -- Joel Rees, programmer, Systems Group Altech Corporation (Alpsgiken), Osaka, Japan http://www.alpsgiken.co.jp ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org

Re: Darwin

2003-08-14 Thread Joel Rees
on booting to single-user mode. But following the links around some more to the mailing list archives shows this message from Peter Grehan: ... The system has been able to run multi-user on a limited number of NewWorld models for a while, although installation is not pretty. HTH -- Joel Rees

Re: FreeBSD with propolice protection

2003-08-27 Thread Joel Rees
by studying what they've done with it on openbsd. Be sure to search their mailing list archives about it first. -- Joel Rees, programmer, Systems Group Altech Corporation (Alpsgiken), Osaka, Japan http://www.alpsgiken.co.jp ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http

Re: Freebsd ufs under WIN

2003-08-28 Thread Joel Rees
At 2003-08-27T21:17:47Z, Charles Howse [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: BTW, what is the answer to your intrepretation of the question? No. In that case, wasn't the pointer to samba the answer to what the OP really wants? (Just being obnoxious.) -- Joel Rees, programmer, Systems Group Altech

php, mod_php unifiable? Pear?

2003-03-31 Thread Joel Rees
and /usr/ports/www/mod_php4/work/php-4.2.3/pear (or wherever those were)? I'm asking these questions particularly in light of the go_pear script preferring to load pear under /usr/local/share/pear, and expecting php to be in /usr/local/share, as well. -- Joel Rees [EMAIL PROTECTED

pear.ini necessary?

2003-03-31 Thread Joel Rees
, how? Trying to make install just gives me a no target error. A simple RTFriendlyM to where I'm not looking would also be appreciated, if there is such. -- Joel Rees [EMAIL PROTECTED] ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman

Re: Changing font sizes in X

2003-06-11 Thread Joel Rees
install, etc., with Apple's stuff. -- Joel Rees [EMAIL PROTECTED] ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Unicode typing in freebsd?

2003-06-11 Thread Joel Rees
the keystrokes. The dictionary provides the list of possible matches. With Chinese and Jpanaese you need both the input method and the character dictionary. I think Vietnamese will use a similar approach. HTH -- Joel Rees [EMAIL PROTECTED] ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: UNIX programming platform

2003-06-15 Thread Joel Rees
the standard take on the more prominent players in the BSD world, but it doesn't do justice to any of it. Start with the one that's handiest for you, but play with the others when you get a chance. (System and _network_ would imply more than one computer, anyway, right?) Just my two cents. -- Joel

Re: what kernel does freebsd use?

2003-06-29 Thread Joel Rees
You can't swap it out for another kernel (not without lots of work anyway) and if you did it would no longer really be FreeBSD but some new system. Ergo, Darwin ... ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: BSD Question

2003-07-03 Thread Joel Rees
Go here... http://www.freebsdmall.com/cgi-bin/fm/bsddoll-s?id=pqS7TiPemv_pc=56 Or perhaps here: http://www.freebsdmall.com/cgi-bin/fm/bsdbeanie?id=ZRVoy2NJmv_pc=66 or here: http://www.freebsdmall.com/cgi-bin/fm/ ... At 06:20 PM 7/2/2003 -0400, you wrote: Hello, My place of

Re: Which server-side programming should i choose.

2003-07-03 Thread Joel Rees
or using the other well. Quite the reverse, I think. If you have time to learn a (new or first) language, pick one that looks interesting and go. -- Joel Rees, programmer, Kansai Systems Group Altech Corporation (Alpsgiken), Osaka, Japan http://www.alpsgiken.co.jp

Re: IDE versa Scsi freebsd

2003-07-04 Thread Joel Rees
mechanisms are pretty much the same now, so raw bit rate favors IDE slightly. (Which would make sense, IDE not having to deal with the complexity of multiple concurrent requests.) So, if you're not using RAID, it seems reasonable to buy the cheaper drives. (Does routing need RAID?) -- Joel Rees

Re: Which server-side programming should i choose.

2003-07-04 Thread Joel Rees
that a newbie doesn't want all that power, and that php is a good enough introduction to perl in the non-cgi context? Just curious ... -- Joel Rees, programmer, Kansai Systems Group Altech Corporation (Alpsgiken), Osaka, Japan http://www.alpsgiken.co.jp

[OT] Re: Which server-side programming should i choose.

2003-07-06 Thread Joel Rees
Joel Rees wrote: PHP!! All the way...easiest, free, likely to be more secure than Perl if used as Apache module than CGI. More secure, how so? Less arcane syntax to hide holes in, maybe? However, for people who know what they are doing, perl code can be made more

Re: Samba between Mac and BSD

2003-07-09 Thread Joel Rees
. ... And [EMAIL PROTECTED] commented, I would think that NFS would be a better choice between two Unix systems than Samba. To which I might add that netatalk would seem to me to be a better option than Samba if the only client is a Mac. But then I've never done netatalk on freeBSD. -- Joel

Re: (repeated questions)

2003-07-09 Thread Joel Rees
through the BIOS? I think this topic has come up in the very recent past on this list. Hmm. Not so recent, maybe, but check some of the threads here: http://marc.theaimsgroup.com/?l=freebsd-questionsw=2r=1s=dual+boot+scsi+raid+freebsdq=b -- Joel Rees, programmer, Kansai Systems Group Altech

Re: ad10: WARNING - READ_DMA UDMA ICRC error (retrying request) LBA=11441599

2005-08-10 Thread Joel Rees
On 平成 17/08/10, at 7:36, O. Hartmann wrote: [...] When is SCSI back for desktops? I vote for that. In my opinion, ATA is primarily for home media systems, if that. Joel Rees [EMAIL PROTECTED] digitcom, inc. 株式会社デジコム Kobe, Japan +81-78-672-8800 ** http://www.ddcom.co.jp

Re: OPEN SOURCE MASTERPLANS

2005-05-03 Thread Joel Rees
to change this. do something! and please stop driveling! Stop trolling. -- Joel Rees Getting involved in the neighbor's family squabbles is dangerous. But if the abusive partner has a habit of shooting through his/her roof, the guy who lives upstairs is in a bit of a catch-22