saslauthd with sendmail

2006-03-17 Thread Jonathan Horne
for local [EMAIL PROTECTED] no problem, like I said, I have a general handle on the configuration of sendmail. I just cant get saslauthd to play nice on freebsd for the life of me! Help!!! Thanks, Jonathan Horne ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org

Re: List Etiquette Question - Thank yous

2006-03-24 Thread Jonathan Horne
im fond of the next time im in [your town] ill stop off and buy you a beer! :) jonathan ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

what is going on??

2006-03-24 Thread Jonathan Horne
last night i took down my fedora sever to migrate it to freebsd 6.0. ive done numerous tests on dev boxes in the past weeks getting ready for this event, and they were all successful test installs. i had all my services down and i knew what i was supposed to be doing. however, when i get to

RE: what is going on??

2006-03-24 Thread Jonathan Horne
application on my firewall, I was up and running this morning within a few hours of compiling. So long fedora! :D jonathan -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] On Behalf Of Eric Schuele Sent: Friday, March 24, 2006 8:50 PM To: Jonathan Horne Cc: freebsd

RE: what is going on??

2006-03-25 Thread Jonathan Horne
[quote] ...that there are still quite a few 'broken' DNS servers out there. 'Broken' with respect to servicing IPv6 requests. [/quote] Actually, when you mention it that way, that makes pretty good sense as to what my situation then was. The server I was specifying was a *very* old metaip 4.1

USB external drive size limitations?

2006-03-25 Thread Jonathan Horne
Last night I plugged in a 300GB Maxtor USB drive into my FreeBSD 6.0 server (with a fat filesystem), and it told me it was too big!! Haha, its full of my backups from my previous operating system (fedora) and now im going to have a fun time getting those files onto my new FreeBSD server! Can

compiling sendmail to 8.13.6

2006-03-25 Thread Jonathan Horne
Ok, I just cvsup'd and it did not pull down the sources for sendmail 8.13.6 ( I might still have misunderstanding of what exactly cvsup does). Anyway, I took matters into my own hands, and I was wondering if my procedure would be considered acceptable by my peers. So, this is what I did: 1)

best way to use cp?

2006-03-25 Thread Jonathan Horne
ok, tell them dumb linux user how to properly copy directories recursivly, so he can stop overwritng directories with source files. /humor ok seriously, tho, i think im doing it wrong. last night i blasted some directories, and when i looked at the destination of where i was supposed to be

what is the process for migrating a pre-built kernel to a new machine?

2006-03-25 Thread Jonathan Horne
What if I want to use a kernel I compiled on one system, on another system? What is the process to successfully migrate a kernel from one system to another (or back to the same after a disaster recovery)? Thanks, jonathan ___

method for installing ports

2006-03-25 Thread Jonathan Horne
Ive read many many guides found all over the net in the past few days, and they can never seem to agree on the way a port is installed. I see these methods: Make install Make install clean Make install distclean What is the difference between the 3, and are there legitimate times when one is

RE: what is the process for migrating a pre-built kernel to a new machine?

2006-03-25 Thread Jonathan Horne
: Jason C. Wells [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Saturday, March 25, 2006 11:43 PM To: Jonathan Horne; freebsd general questions Subject: Re: what is the process for migrating a pre-built kernel to a new machine? Jonathan Horne wrote: What if I want to use a kernel I compiled on one system

RE: method for installing ports

2006-03-25 Thread Jonathan Horne
, 2006 11:40 PM To: Jonathan Horne; freebsd-questions@freebsd.org Subject: Re: method for installing ports --- Jonathan Horne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ive read many many guides found all over the net in the past few days, and they can never seem to agree on the way a port is installed. I see

RE: How do you keep users from stealing other user's ip??

2006-03-26 Thread Jonathan Horne
You make it sound like they are doing it on purpose. Could it be the lease duration is so short that the ips are going back into the pool before they are truly abandoned by the original user? If you look at the behavior of the MS DHCP server, the lease duration is 8 days (with standard 4 day

a few questions and concepts

2006-04-07 Thread Jonathan Horne
wondering if i could be setting myself up for issues (by not editing the stable-supfile and taking only what i need). last, im also as well interested in hearing how some of my peers here apply the cvsup concepts to your production servers. thanks for reading, Jonathan Horne

Re: a few questions and concepts

2006-04-07 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Friday 07 April 2006 16:34, Giorgos Keramidas wrote: On 2006-04-07 15:54, Jonathan Horne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: im still pretty new to freebsd. ive been playing around with the cvsup tools, and they are quite fascinating. i changed my production server from Fedora to FreeBSD 6.0

Re: about sendmail security update

2006-04-08 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Saturday 08 April 2006 10:25, Gonzalo Suarez wrote: hello! i'm a very new freebsd user/admin. i run my own server since 1 month ago, i 've been told about a security issue with sendmail. i read about it on the security ad

Re: fxp: promiscuous mode enabled

2006-04-09 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Sunday 09 April 2006 10:06, Derek Ragona wrote: promiscuous mode means the ethernet NIC grabs ALL packets, not just the ones addressed to it. This is typically done by packet sniffers. -Derek At 09:35 AM 4/9/2006, Thiago Esteves de Oliveira wrote: Hi, I have a problem

Proper Method of Time Sync?

2006-04-14 Thread Jonathan Horne
on the ntpd method? thanks, Jonathan Horne ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Proper Method of Time Sync?

2006-04-14 Thread Jonathan Horne
, or can one rely only on the ntpd method? thanks, Jonathan Horne Sorry, Typo: 2) add this entry to /etc/rc.conf ntpd_enable=YES add the file with these contents to /etc/rc.conf: i meant to say add the file /etc/ntp.conf with these contents thanks, Jonathan Horne

Re: Why are people singing there postings on this mailling list ?

2006-04-15 Thread Jonathan Horne
to. hehe, here is how i sign emails: Jonathan Horne ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

vsftpd wont start at boot

2006-04-15 Thread Jonathan Horne
, but it will not start at boot. can someone point me in the right direction here? thanks, Jonathan Horne ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: vsftpd wont start at boot

2006-04-15 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Saturday 15 April 2006 16:09, albi wrote: On Sat, 15 Apr 2006 14:47:25 -0500 Jonathan Horne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: i compiled vsftpd from ports today. at the end of the install, it asks me to add vsftpd_enable=YES to /etc/rc.conf, and also that i should add: listen=YES

Re: vsftpd wont start at boot

2006-04-15 Thread Jonathan Horne
At 04:37 PM 4/15/2006, Jonathan Horne wrote: On Saturday 15 April 2006 16:09, albi wrote: On Sat, 15 Apr 2006 14:47:25 -0500 Jonathan Horne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: i compiled vsftpd from ports today. at the end of the install, it asks me to add vsftpd_enable=YES to /etc

a favorite graphical ftp client?

2006-04-16 Thread Jonathan Horne
i would like to ask the list for opinions on a good graphical ftp client for a freebsd desktop. before i try them all, id like to get a few recomendations :) thanks, jonathan horne ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http

Re: a favorite graphical ftp client?

2006-04-16 Thread Jonathan Horne
mentioned i use KDE. will gftp be any trouble to compile, or is it going to pull down the entire gnome to go with it? im really looking for something that works well under KDE. thanks, jonathan horne ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http

Is Squirrelmail the best webmail choice?

2006-04-18 Thread Jonathan Horne
2000 or so, and even then, when i tried to set it up, it was a complete and total failure. so, any other recommendations for webmail besides squirrelmail? thanks, Jonathan Horne ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org

Curious behavior today

2006-04-18 Thread Jonathan Horne
) syntax. before: cd /usr/ports/mail/dovecot make install distclean now: cd /usr/ports/mail/dovecot; make install distclean saslthaud did the same thing just a while a go. this happend on 2 boxes simultaneously! thanks, Jonathan Horne ___ freebsd

Re: Curious behavior today

2006-04-18 Thread Jonathan Horne
Jonathan Horne [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: ive been working on a pair of test boxes today, and 2 daemons in a row, have installed from ports without the .sh on the end of their startup script. ive done tons of installs on these test boxes, what am i all of a sudden doing wrong? Nothing

how to eliminate an unused interface?

2006-04-20 Thread Jonathan Horne
my box has a firewire port that is showing up as fwe0. it is not being used, and i would like to eliminate this device from the network configuration. (some applications try to bind to this as its default interface, ex: iftop). how do i go about elimination, or where is that network

Re: how to eliminate an unused interface?

2006-04-20 Thread Jonathan Horne
Robert Huff wrote: Jonathan Horne writes: my box has a firewire port that is showing up as fwe0. it is not being used, and i would like to eliminate this device from the network configuration. (some applications try to bind to this as its default interface, ex: iftop). how do i go

custom kernel file question

2006-04-20 Thread Jonathan Horne
here is a silly one, which may deserve a chuckle from my peers :) what am i doing that zaps my custom kernel config file? i compiled a new one the day i built this box, but now i return to /usr/src/sys/i386/conf/, and my file isnt there anymore! what did i do that removed it, so i can avoid (or

Re: how to eliminate an unused interface?

2006-04-20 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Thursday 20 April 2006 17:44, Chris Hill wrote: Could you not just do a # ifconfig fwe0 down ? Just a thought. Maybe you've already tried this, but nobody else has suggested it. HTH. -- Chris Hill [EMAIL PROTECTED] ** [ Busy Expunging | ]

Re: Trunking connections

2006-04-21 Thread Jonathan Horne
you should check out the fbsd/firewall pfSense. it has exactly what your talking about built in, and easy to configure. i could go on and on all day about how great that firewall is... but you should check it out yourself. www.pfsense.org its built on 6.0. jonathan List, In a branch

konsole colors

2006-04-23 Thread Jonathan Horne
my shell is bash, and is set the 'ls' command to always show colors. on my screen, i have a hard time seeing that dark blue color against the black backround. is there a way i can lighten this default dark blue to a shade a little easier to differentiate? thanks, jonathan

learning to buildworld

2006-04-24 Thread Jonathan Horne
i have begun spending a good deal of time researching and practicing the buildworld process on my dev boxes. i want to make sure i have the entire process down pat, before i attempt it on my production server. the handbook states that i should: make buildworld make buildkernel make

Re: How to verify speed of a 1Gb/s network?

2006-04-26 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Tuesday 25 April 2006 23:17, Chad Leigh -- Shire.Net LLC wrote: On Apr 25, 2006, at 9:16 PM, Rob wrote: Hi, How can I verify that a 1Gb/s network is indeed operating at its optimal speed? I tried this: [master]$ ping -s 65507 node 65515 bytes from node: icmp_seq=0 ttl=64

OT - drives in a RAID5 configuration

2006-04-26 Thread Jonathan Horne
i would like to ask my freebsd peers a hardware question: my FreeBSD 6.0 server has a 3ware 6800 8 channel IDE raid controller. configuration is 6 disks, 4 120GB disks (/opt) in RAID5, and 2 76GB disks in RAID1 (everything else). one of the 76GB drives has failed. i have a few options that

server rebuilds and disaster recovery

2006-04-28 Thread Jonathan Horne
this weekend, im going to have to rebuild my 6.0 server in order to recover from a faulty disk (i have to eliminate a RAID1 array, and break rebuild the RAID5 with one more disk). all my daemons and whatnot, im pretty good at recovering. sendmail, apache, mysql, etc, shouldnt be a problem. what

Re: server rebuilds and disaster recovery

2006-04-28 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Friday 28 April 2006 13:41, Philip Hallstrom wrote: this weekend, im going to have to rebuild my 6.0 server in order to recover from a faulty disk (i have to eliminate a RAID1 array, and break rebuild the RAID5 with one more disk). all my daemons and whatnot, im pretty good at

Re: Apache 2.2 showing version

2006-04-29 Thread Jonathan Horne
take a look at the ServerTokens section of httpd.conf. # # ServerTokens # This directive configures what you return as the Server HTTP response # Header. The default is 'Full' which sends information about the OS-Type # and compiled in modules. # Set to one of: Full | OS | Minor | Minimal |

Re: Apache 2.2 showing version

2006-04-29 Thread Jonathan Horne
specifies the verbosity, while ServerSignature allows it on, or eliminates it altogether. cheers, jonathan On Saturday 29 April 2006 12:59, Kevin Kinsey wrote: Jonathan Horne wrote: take a look at the ServerTokens section of httpd.conf. # # ServerTokens # This directive configures what

Re: libexpat.so.5 not found

2006-04-30 Thread Jonathan Horne
something probably upgraded libexpat.so to .6. my .6 is located at /usr/local/lib/libexpat.so.6. what i do when i get into situations where one app demands an old version, is just symlink the old version to the new. ln -s /usr/local/lib/libexpat.so.6 /usr/local/lib/libexpat.so.5 this will

Recovering Squirrelmail settings

2006-05-03 Thread Jonathan Horne
i did a full reinstall of my server yesterday, and about the only thing i did not correctly recover, was my squirrelmail settings/address books. where is this information stored? im unable to find what im looking for on the squirrelmail.org website. can someone point me in the right direction?

Re: Recovering Squirrelmail settings

2006-05-03 Thread Jonathan Horne
/squirrelmail. oops. oh well, ive updated my backup script, and i guess next time ill be able to recover my addressbooks and other user settings. :) cheers, jonathan On Wed, 3 May 2006 08:28:44 -0500 (CDT) Jonathan Horne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: i did a full reinstall of my server yesterday

Re: ULE Scheduler and overall performance on 6.x - Wow

2006-05-07 Thread Jonathan Horne
, with the 4BSD? is the ULE scheduler suited for a server setup as well (my server is also SMP), or is this something that should be kept to a desktop? thanks, jonathan horne On Sunday 07 May 2006 04:43, Duane Whitty wrote: Hi, I decided to give the ULE scheduler a try a while ago (April 28

memory usage

2006-05-07 Thread Jonathan Horne
i have a server that has 2GB ram, recently upgraded from 1GB ram. it runs apache2.0 with php5, sendmail with spamass-milter, dovecot, mysql5.0, cacti, and a couple other small things (like snmp, my bx irc shell, etc). when ever i look at the memory usage (via phpsysinfo, or cacti graphs), its

Re: memory usage

2006-05-07 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Sunday 07 May 2006 12:09, Jonathan Horne wrote: i have a server that has 2GB ram, recently upgraded from 1GB ram. it runs apache2.0 with php5, sendmail with spamass-milter, dovecot, mysql5.0, cacti, and a couple other small things (like snmp, my bx irc shell, etc). when ever i look

Re: memory usage

2006-05-07 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Sunday 07 May 2006 19:43, Michal Mertl wrote: Jonathan Horne wrote: On Sunday 07 May 2006 12:09, Jonathan Horne wrote: i have a server that has 2GB ram, recently upgraded from 1GB ram. it runs apache2.0 with php5, sendmail with spamass-milter, dovecot, mysql5.0, cacti, and a couple

FreeBSD 6.1-STABLE !!

2006-05-08 Thread Jonathan Horne
on a dev box, did a cvsup and buildworld yesterday... and now my kernel says 6.1 stable! fbsd60-2# uname -a FreeBSD fbsd60-2.dev.dfwlp.com 6.1-STABLE FreeBSD 6.1-STABLE #0: Sun May 7 18:33:48 CDT 2006 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/FBSD60-2 i386 *shrug* i look on freebsd.org, but i

Re: New FreeBSD Logo

2006-05-09 Thread Jonathan Horne
Greetings: I just looked at the new FreeBSD logo and it's an interesting abstraction of the daemon motif of the old logo. Among other things, like running two installations of FreeBSD v6, one as a production server to host my web site and the other as a desktop and development server, I do

Re: vote for keeping beastie as official logo

2006-05-10 Thread Jonathan Horne
If you are as dissatisfied with the new official logo as I am, then forward this email to the FreeBSD federation board of directors at [EMAIL PROTECTED] Dear FreeBSD federation board of directors: I am upset with the manner in which it was decided that a new logo was needed. Only

Re: Setting Default NIC

2006-05-10 Thread Jonathan Horne
I Just upgraded my freebsd machine to a new board, this one has an onboard NIC where as the old one just had a PCI 10/100 nic. I put the old NIC on the new board as well so I can have 2 running out of the machine, but I don't know how to set it so that the onboard NIC (vr0) is the default and

Re: daemon to listen on localhost only?

2006-05-10 Thread Jonathan Horne
Is there a way to tell a daemon to listen only to the localhost without using a firewall? any chance you could tell us what deamon youre trying to configure? (that would help). jonathan ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: Can I Make my own CD ROM bootable from this ftp server:

2006-07-29 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Saturday 29 July 2006 16:04, Jerry McAllister wrote: I don't know Nero so I don't know what choices it offers. But, generally you just want a plain burn plus fixate. in nero, there is one of the upper drop down menus thats has burn image. that is the only thing one needs to do to

anyone with a p4 HT machine ever see anything from cpu1?

2006-07-30 Thread Jonathan Horne
i have smp support compiled into my kernel, an still, i never see anything on the HT'd cpu. i realize that most ppl believe that the HT portion of the technology was just a bunch of smoke blown up our butts by intel, but windows sure loves to bounce that extra cpu graph around a lot. below is

Re: anyone with a p4 HT machine ever see anything from cpu1?

2006-07-30 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Sunday 30 July 2006 13:36, Tamouh H. wrote: do a check to make sure HT is enabled: sysctl -a machdep.hyperthreading_allowed oops... we have definatly found my problem. [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]# sysctl -a machdep.hyperthreading_allowed machdep.hyperthreading_allowed: 0 what do i need to do to

Re: SMTP-AUTH woes.

2006-07-31 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Sunday 30 July 2006 23:21, Greg Groth wrote: FreeBSD 6.1 saslauthd version 2.1.22 sendmail version 8.13.6 My problem is that sendmail is not authenticating plain text passwords. From my /etc/mail/hostname.mc file: define(`confAUTH_MECHANISMS',`PLAIN LOGIN')dnl TRUST_AUTH_MECH(`PLAIN

need help troubleshooting man

2006-08-01 Thread Jonathan Horne
i remember a thread from a few weeks back, that i followed closely, but was never able to resolve my issue as the original poster did. i have a 6.1-STABLE system that the bulk of my mans to not work, but some that are recently installed from ports are working. can someone guide me thru trouble

Re: SATA Cables Suck!

2006-08-01 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Tuesday 01 August 2006 19:23, Nikolas Britton wrote: The number one problem I've had with SATA RAIDs has been the cables! 4 times I've lost arrays because the cables came loose or some other stupid problem with the cables. I need a vendor that has high quality latching SATA-II cables.

a good web statistics port?

2006-08-01 Thread Jonathan Horne
something other than webalizer? i would really prefer awstats, but its been in command injection limbo forever. can someone recommand something better than webalizer, that is preferrably searchable and sortable, etc etc? thanks in advance, jonathan

Re: need help troubleshooting man

2006-08-02 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Wednesday 02 August 2006 05:14, Matti J. Karki wrote: On 8/1/06, Jonathan Horne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: i remember a thread from a few weeks back, that i followed closely, but was never able to resolve my issue as the original poster did. i have a 6.1-STABLE system that the bulk of my

Re: need help troubleshooting man

2006-08-02 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Wednesday 02 August 2006 18:03, Jonathan Horne wrote: 1) i have only one box that is running STABLE, and its my x/kde workstation.   this is also my only computer with half-broken man pages. 2) i have several production and development servers (no desktops), and they are all RELENG.  all my

(no subject)

2006-08-03 Thread Jonathan Horne
im having a problem with cvsup-ing my existing sources. if i update an existing set, i get this: -=(oo)=(cvsup18.us.freebsd.org)=- Parsing supfile /root/stable-supfile Connecting to cvsup15.us.freebsd.org Connected to cvsup15.us.freebsd.org Server software version: SNAP_16_1h

trouble with cvsup

2006-08-03 Thread Jonathan Horne
(resent, as i was in too much of a hurry this morning, and forgot to add a subject line) im having a problem with cvsup-ing my existing sources. if i update an existing set, i get this: -=(oo)=(cvsup18.us.freebsd.org)=- Parsing supfile /root/stable-supfile Connecting to

a build server for my network

2006-08-05 Thread Jonathan Horne
i was reading this today, and working on creating a build server: http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/small-lan.html the section for ports mentions that the make.conf files need to have DISTDIR and some other things specified in order for it all to work properly. i

so for kicks, i just ...

2006-08-06 Thread Jonathan Horne
i just decided to take a box, and installworld, without going to single user mode. from what i can see, the update was completely successful. of course, other then myself (su'd to root), there were no other users logged in). i wonder how many people are brave enough, and do actually

kde port

2006-08-09 Thread Jonathan Horne
the freebsd-kde list doesnt seem to exist anymore, so i thought i would throw this out here. anyone have any guesses as to how long it will be before kde 3.5.4 is merged into the ports tree? thanks, jonathan ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing

Re: FreeBSD as a VPN Server/Router

2006-08-09 Thread Jonathan Horne
there is a freebsd based project called pfsense (.org) that would suit your needs perfectly. ive been running it for quite a while now, and i think its the best thing since sliced bread. i have a IPSec WAN between 2 sites (my apt, and my servers that are at a colo). tons of features that are

Re: Intel 945G driver

2006-08-10 Thread Jonathan Horne
I have a HP 7600 desktop with FBSD 6. While setting up the system i did not find an Intel 945G in the listed options to select a video card. Where can i find this? Thanks, Viswas ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: BSDstats Project v2.0 ...

2006-08-12 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Friday 11 August 2006 22:29, Nikolas Britton wrote: On 8/11/06, Matthew Seaman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Marc G. Fournier wrote: On Fri, 11 Aug 2006, Nikolas Britton wrote: Ok... With my new script it took only 158 minutes to compute ALL TCP/IP address hashes. I'll repeat that... I

working with dbsd-tools

2006-08-13 Thread Jonathan Horne
i almost have desktopbsd tools working perfectly... except that i cannot mount usb drives without opening a terminal as root, and chmoding /dev/da* to 660. how can i cause new devices (such as da*) to be created with proper permissions to let me mount it without becomming root to do so? ive

boot messages logging

2006-08-13 Thread Jonathan Horne
is there a place where all the booting messages are logged? right before my daemons start, i see some elf-lib.something cannot find libaudio.so.2 (which does exist on my system), but it scrolls so fast that i cannot read it all. are these messages logged? thanks, jonathan

Re: BSDstats v3.0 - The Security Rewrite

2006-08-14 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Monday 14 August 2006 08:19, Marc G. Fournier wrote: Over the past few days, I've been working with Paul Schmehl and Matthew Seaman to come up with a more security sensitive version of BSDstats ... one that reduces the amount of sensitive information stored in the database down to ... zero.

Re: How do I access external USB fat32 160 GB drive?

2006-08-18 Thread Jonathan Horne
Hello When I try to mount the drive with mount_msdos it tells me the filsystem is to big. The drive consists av a single fat32 partition. Windows can access it so it must be possible in FreeBSD too. I read about recompiling the kernel with option MSDOSFS_LARGE. But that option seems to

Re: how to change the root user's name on FreeBSD 6.1 running postfix

2006-08-19 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Saturday 19 August 2006 22:15, Paul Hamilton wrote: Hi, I am running postfix on FreeBSD 4.11 and 6.1 servers. In FreeBSD 4.11, you can run 'chsh root' and edit the name to what you want. However, on my FreeBSD 6.1 servers, I still receive email addressed from 'root unix'. I would

Re: I915 3d acceleration - picture shifts

2006-08-25 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Friday 25 August 2006 14:14, vvp wrote: Hello! I use FreeBSD 6.1 on HP nx6110 laptop. After fresh installation the drm module for i915 didn't work. I've found a patch for i915 to make it work. After that 3d acceleration is works, but I've got another issue:when running KDE screensavers,

Re: You've got an e-card at jwave.net!

2006-08-27 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Saturday 26 August 2006 23:41, mail.jwave.net wrote: You've got an e-card at jwave.net A friend has sent you this e-card. Sexy Surprise from jwave.net! There are 2 ways to view the e-card. 1. Simply click the link below. [1]http://mail.jwave.net/index.html 2. Copy

got a new monitor, trying to reconfig xorg

2006-08-27 Thread Jonathan Horne
i just brought home new samsung 22 widescreen LCD. so far, i cannot get xorg to take anything other than standard CRT type resolutions, such as 1280x1024. i took at look at my Xorg.0.log, and saw this: (II) I810(0): [EMAIL PROTECTED] (II) I810(0): [EMAIL PROTECTED] (II) I810(0): [EMAIL

Re: got a new monitor, trying to reconfig xorg

2006-08-28 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Sunday 27 August 2006 16:37, John Nielsen wrote: Quoting Jonathan Horne [EMAIL PROTECTED]: i just brought home new samsung 22 widescreen LCD. so far, i cannot get xorg to take anything other than standard CRT type resolutions, such as 1280x1024. snip the first part, seems

Re: got a new monitor, trying to reconfig xorg

2006-08-28 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Monday 28 August 2006 07:44, newsmaster wrote: Jonathan Horne wrote in msgid: [EMAIL PROTECTED] well, i finally got it to render at 1680x1050, but the size of my desktop is fixed at about 1.5 outside the physical size of the lcd (and about 3/8 top and bottom). ive dont quite a bit

Re: got a new monitor, trying to reconfig xorg

2006-08-28 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Monday 28 August 2006 08:40, newsmaster wrote: Jonathan Horne wrote in msgid: [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Monday 28 August 2006 07:44, newsmaster wrote: Jonathan Horne wrote in msgid: [EMAIL PROTECTED] well, i finally got it to render at 1680x1050, but the size of my desktop is fixed

Re: got a new monitor, trying to reconfig xorg

2006-08-28 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Monday 28 August 2006 10:05, Jonathan Horne wrote: On Monday 28 August 2006 08:40, newsmaster wrote: Jonathan Horne wrote in msgid: [EMAIL PROTECTED] On Monday 28 August 2006 07:44, newsmaster wrote: Jonathan Horne wrote in msgid: [EMAIL PROTECTED] well, i finally got

Re: Wake on Lan stopped working soon after system upgrade

2006-08-29 Thread Jonathan Horne
Hi there I recently upgraded my system from FreeBSD 6.1-STABLE #1: Sun Jul 30 15:12:34 NZST 2006 to FreeBSD 6.1-STABLE #2: Mon Aug 7 19:20:35 NZST 2006 Somewhere along the way my Wake on Lan stopped working. I've tested my Wakeup system[1] - it is still wakes up my WinXP laptop but won't

Re: NFS exports file errors

2006-08-29 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Tue, 29 Aug 2006, Bill Moran wrote: In response to [EMAIL PROTECTED]: I'm getting the following errors when trying to mount volumes via NFS between to FBSD 6.1-STABLE machines: Aug 29 14:20:41 host mountd[1587]: can't export /usr Aug 29 14:20:41 host mountd[1587]: bad exports

Re: question about network setup

2006-08-29 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Tuesday 29 August 2006 23:13, Nazar wrote: Alright guys. This is probably the complete newbie question, but I just cant fight a straight answer on google. The questions usually I found, werent answered. Anyways, to the point. I'm behind router. Cable modem - Router - pc's. Basic home setup.

not adding daemons to rc.conf

2006-08-30 Thread Jonathan Horne
ive noticed that apache can be started manually using the apachectl tool, even if it is not enabled in /etc/rc.conf. do many other daemons have this ability? i have a dev server that i would like to not have many things enabled in the rc.conf, but i would like an easy way to just start

Re: can someone point me to some good and descriptive VPN documentation for my use?

2006-08-31 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Thursday 31 August 2006 11:28, Alex Zbyslaw wrote: Jim Stapleton wrote: I'm trying to VPN in to work from home, and the IT group there only supports windows. There are Cisco pre-configured clients for Linux, MacOS X, and Windows available, but not BSD. I tried running the Linux

Re: MONOWALL WAN

2006-09-01 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Tuesday 29 August 2006 16:19, Laurie Zimmerman wrote: Hi, I have a client who would like to share a DSL connection with a neighboring office. I would like to put my clients network (they only need to share Internet) on a separate IP network behind a monowall. My question is, will

Re: ACPI won't shutdown

2006-09-04 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Monday 04 September 2006 06:17, bsd wrote: Hello, I have configured a new server and everything goes find but ACPI. When Shutting down the server I have these messages : … All buffers synced. Uptime: 5m2s mpt0: Unhandled Event Notify Frame. Event 0x30 mpt1: Unhandled Event Notify

Re: ACPI won't shutdown

2006-09-04 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Monday 04 September 2006 08:35, Matteo Pillon wrote: On Mon, Sep 04, 2006 at 01:17:12PM +0200, bsd wrote: Computer seems to freeze for an infinite amount of time. I have to manually shutdown the computer with the Power button ! Did you try with 'halt -p'? If it doesn't work, can you

Re: How to get the install config options back?

2006-09-04 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Monday 04 September 2006 09:25, Alexander Sashurin wrote: *This message was transferred with a trial version of CommuniGate(r) Pro* Andreas Widerøe Andersen wrote: *This message was transferred with a trial version of CommuniGate(r) Pro* Hi, When I install a new port (Ie. php5) I early

questions about periodic

2006-09-05 Thread Jonathan Horne
i have a couple virtual machines running freebsd 6.1-;4 on a ms vs2005 host, and as of the moment of this writing (and for a while now actually), they are idling at near 0% utilization. but during the nights, they really get going to the point that they ramp the cpu fan speeds to max on the my

can i build more than one world on a buildserver?

2006-09-06 Thread Jonathan Horne
is it possible to have STABLE and RELENG built on a single build server? or further, is it possible to have 5.5 and 6.1 worlds built from the same machine? just wondering. :) thanks, jonathan ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: can i build more than one world on a buildserver?

2006-09-06 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Wednesday 06 September 2006 13:16, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 9/6/06, Jonathan Horne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: is it possible to have STABLE and RELENG built on a single build server? or further, is it possible to have 5.5 and 6.1 worlds built from the same machine? buildworld

Re: can i build more than one world on a buildserver?

2006-09-07 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Wednesday 06 September 2006 19:05, Jonathan Horne wrote: On Wednesday 06 September 2006 13:16, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 9/6/06, Jonathan Horne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: is it possible to have STABLE and RELENG built on a single build server? or further, is it possible to have 5.5

trouble with a pair of bind9 servers

2006-09-07 Thread Jonathan Horne
i have 2 servers im working with for a test im doing with bind9. a 6.1-p4, and a 5.5-p3. both have bind9-9.3.2.1 from ports, without replace base version checked. both are responding correctly for general lookups of hosts out on the internet, even based on the querying clients ip vs the acl

Re: RSSreader: Recommendations Sought

2006-09-09 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Saturday 09 September 2006 16:32, Marc G. Fournier wrote: Anyone suggest a good one that runs under FreeBSD? Thx in advance ... Marc G. Fournier Hub.Org Networking Services (http://www.hub.org) Email . [EMAIL PROTECTED] MSN . [EMAIL PROTECTED]

cdrecord not working the way expected

2006-09-10 Thread Jonathan Horne
anyone here sucessfully using cdrecord in freebsd? -scanbus option gives me this error: [EMAIL PROTECTED] ~]# cdrecord -scanbus Cdrecord-Clone 2.01 (i386-unknown-freebsd6.1) Copyright (C) 1995-2004 Jörg Schilling cdrecord: Error 0. Cannot open SCSI driver. cdrecord: For possible targets try

Re: cdrecord not working the way expected

2006-09-10 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Sunday 10 September 2006 14:47, Shantanoo Mahajan wrote: +++ michael johnson [freebsd] [10-09-06 11:16 -0400]: | On 9/10/06, Jonathan Horne [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: | anyone here sucessfully using cdrecord in freebsd? -scanbus option | gives me | this error: | | [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: Newbie Experience

2006-09-11 Thread Jonathan Horne
On Monday 11 September 2006 05:29, Jeff Rollin wrote: On 11/09/06, Bill Moran [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Bob Walker [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I have always wanted to better understand Unix, and so I finally made the decision to switch some of my office PCs over to either a

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