Re: buggy optimization levels...

2003-07-14 Thread LLeweLLyn Reese
Chuck Swiger [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi, all-- The known bugs section of the GCC info documentation lists 5 issues; man gcc lists none. Can someone provide a test case for a bug involving cc -O versus cc -O3 under FreeBSD 4-STABLE for the x86 architecture? You could probably find a few

Re: Color shell prompts (was Re: FreeBSD 4.8-RELEASE mutt color(color))

2003-07-15 Thread LLeweLLyn Reese
Joshua Oremzn [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: [snip] It makes a prompt like this, but in color: --[ /, 33 files / 10M ]-- --[ 10:23 AM ]-- --[ oremanj @ webserver.get-linux.org[0] / ttyv1 ]-- --[ 136 processes ]-- --[ 4 users ]-- --[ % ]-- command-goes-here -- Josh P.S. Of course I don't use

Re: A couple of definitions

2003-07-17 Thread LLeweLLyn Reese
Lin Jianfong [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: As far as I know, objective C is sort of ancestor to C++, Not an ancestor. Objective C and C++ were seperately developed, in different parts of the C community, and so far as I know there was little or no communication or cross-fertilization.

Re: xterm

2003-07-17 Thread LLeweLLyn Reese
Lowell Gilbert [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Gerald S. Stoller [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: FreeBSD 4.3-RELEASE FreeBSD 4.3-RELEASE #0: Sat Apr 21 10:54:49 GMT 2001 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/src/sys/compile/GENERIC i386 When working in a Unix system, I like to work with several

Re: FreeBSD 4.8 Install Freeze

2003-07-17 Thread LLeweLLyn Reese
Murat USTUNTAS [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hello All, I want to setup FreeBSD 4.8 on P3/850 with 256 Mbram. When I put installation CD on CDROM, booting then. In the `Mounting root from ufs:/dev/md0c` is freeze. What is the problem. I have installed with this CD a few hours ago some other

Re: Help with Pine

2003-07-18 Thread LLeweLLyn Reese
Benjamin Gonzalez [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I am new with Unix and Free BSD. I am trying to use a mail program within free bsd, I figure I should be able to type in pine and have it come up. I loaded a version of pine I saw in the extra packages that came with my distribution disk of free

Re: I hate meeses to pieces

2003-07-18 Thread LLeweLLyn Reese
Gary Kline [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On Fri, Jul 18, 2003 at 12:31:27PM -0400, Kenneth Culver wrote: I am an extreme newbie at FreeBSD. I have it installed but when I go into the Xserver in either of the two GUIs I get a weird mouse that seems to only be able to stay on the very

Re: Remap mouse buttons for remote X serverss

2003-07-20 Thread LLeweLLyn Reese
J. Seth Henry [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi gang, I've recently started using NCD Explora's to connect to my FreeBSD server. They are quiet, reasonably fast, and small. Unfortunately, NCDware has some odd quirks. The first is that it only supports a two-button mouse. What's odd is that

Re: make depend fails, cc1: no such file

2003-07-22 Thread LLeweLLyn Reese
Stephen G Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I am running FreeBSD 5.1-RELEASE, and I want to add firewall support to my kernel. So, I carefully read and followed the instructions in section 9.3 of the FreeBSD Handbook. But when I run make depend i get this error: cc: installation problem,

Re: Off-topic Emacs question

2003-07-22 Thread LLeweLLyn Reese
Fredrik Carlén [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: I know, this is non-specific to FreeBSD, but I have learned to love you all on this list, and this should be an easy nut to crack (as we say idiomatically at least here in Sweden...): I want to define key bindings for the function sgml-tag like

Re: I want using FreeBSD, but...

2003-07-27 Thread LLeweLLyn Reese
Charlie Schluting [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On Fri, 25 Jul 2003, Roger 'Rocky' Vetterberg wrote: Rissland, Thorsten wrote: ...i'm a christian. I hope this helps, freebsd is really a great operating system and I hope you wont let religion or politics stop you from using it.

Re: /dev/psm0

2003-07-28 Thread LLeweLLyn Reese
Benjamin Walkenhorst [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On Monday, 28. July 2003 13:40, DJ Landreneau wrote: As the original poster of this thread I feel compelled to provide some more information. I am running FreeBSD 5.0 that I obtained through the FreeBSD Unleased book I purchased from

Re: /dev/psm0

2003-07-28 Thread LLeweLLyn Reese
DJ Landreneau [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: As the original poster of this thread I feel compelled to provide some more information. I am running FreeBSD 5.0 that I obtained through the FreeBSD Unleased book I purchased from Barnes Noble. Here is a numerated list of more: 1. Sony VAIO

Re: SCP where does the file xfer to?

2003-07-30 Thread LLeweLLyn Reese
DanB [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: SCP where does the file xfer to? scp file.tar.gz [EMAIL PROTECTED] It's not enough to just give a username and a machine name. You need tell scp *where* on the remote machine you want the file put: $ scp file.tar.gz [EMAIL PROTECTED]:. The colon

Re: Mirroring tool? web snake? getbot?

2003-07-30 Thread LLeweLLyn Reese
Peter Leftwich [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: On 2003-07-29 21:54 -0700, Peter Leftwich [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: All I'd like is a graphical tool that prompts the user for a URL then proceeds to mirror that URL to the working directory or to a base directory specified in its preferences. It

Re: buggy optimization levels...

2003-08-01 Thread LLeweLLyn Reese
Chuck Swiger [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Hi, all-- The known bugs section of the GCC info documentation lists 5 issues; man gcc lists none. You are looking in the 'wrong' place for 'known bugs' (Or the GCC people aren't putting the info in the 'right' place :-)

Re: emacs - gnu, x ...?

2003-08-01 Thread LLeweLLyn Reese
george donnelly [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: [Benjamin Walkenhorst wrote ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) on 7/31/03 6:44 PM] If you want a GUI, try GNU Emacs or XEmacs. I prefer GNU Emacs, but I suggest you try both (if you are looking for a GUI). If you don't want a GUI, and if you are not looking for