Re: Bridging Firewall

2004-04-23 Thread Mike Maltese
I find no reference to MAC rules showing up in 5.2.1. Any help or advice would be appreciated. That's because bridge(4) doesn't do Layer 2 filtering. Neither does ipfw (as well it shouldn't). I don't know if there are any plans to add this capability to FreeBSD's bridge, but I know that

Re: mail daemon(s) recomendation request

2004-05-27 Thread Mike Maltese
I'm looking for an smtp daemon that is less complex than sendmail, can use procmail and has some virtusertable equivalent features. Allowing relay based on mx is going to be a requirement for some of the boxes as well. Sendmail is working ok for me, but I'm intersted in finding something

Re: LED proggy question

2004-06-18 Thread Mike Maltese
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: hey, I've been trying to find a program on the ports that allows me to change the state of the keyboard LEDs. I want to put the keyboard on the room wall and make a script to call a program which makes leds blink according to the kind of traffic being blocked on the

Re: Can't open audio device /dev/dsp: Device busy ?

2003-09-14 Thread Mike Maltese
fstat | grep dsp Also, take a look here (if you haven't already): http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/sound-setup.html - Original Message - From: Rob Lahaye [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, September 14, 2003 4:56 PM Subject: Can't open audio

Re: linking a dir

2003-09-16 Thread Mike Maltese
Deleteing unused kernels would be a good start. What is the size of your / partition? Add most puzzling of all, why do you have logs in /etc? There should be very little write activity on /, so the possiblilty of it filling up shouldn't be much of a concern. - Original Message - From:

Re: linking a dir

2003-09-16 Thread Mike Maltese
dev/ad0s1a128990 86254 3241873%/ -r-xr-xr-x 1 root wheel 4122347 Apr 3 04:53 kernel -r-xr-xr-x 1 root wheel 4122347 Apr 3 04:53 kernel.GENERIC I don't know which kernel is being used... Deleting one would surely help. Unless you're specifying it at boot, you can

Re: linking a dir

2003-09-16 Thread Mike Maltese
How do I know which one is being loaded, can't seem to find it in dmesg. I think it's safe to assume that you're not booting kernel.GENERIC. You can specify other kernels at boot time, but if you're not doing that, you can safely delete kernel.GENERIC. Some like having a generic kernel around

Re: linking a dir

2003-09-16 Thread Mike Maltese
FreeBSD 4.8-RELEASE #0: Thu Apr 3 10:53:38 GMT 2003 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/obj/usr/src/sys/GENERIC If you ls -l / | grep kernel, you'll notice that kernel and kernel.GENERIC are identical in size. If you were to ever build a new kernel, your current would be moved to kernel.old, so it's rather

Re: Updating SSH, patch failed?

2003-09-17 Thread Mike Maltese
After running the instructions verbatim, sshd shows the following version string: OpenSSH_3.5p1 FreeBSD-20030201, SSH protocols 1.5/2.0, OpenSSL 0x0090701f There was a thread about this earlier, the version and date don't change with the patch/build. Also the command to restart sshd gives

Re: FreeBSD or WinXP????

2003-09-17 Thread Mike Maltese
In GNOME i have very fast keyboard. I put (for example) key 'A' and in 1 secong i get: Very fast it's cool! But KDE can't to do it. In KDE I have very slow keyboard... it's very bad:((( How I can to do more keyboard-speed??? I'd like use KDE!

Re: how to enable auto power off

2003-09-17 Thread Mike Maltese
In your kernel config: device apm0at nexus? flags 0x20 Add to rc.conf (before you boot the new kernel): apm_enable=yes Now to power off, use 'shutdown -p now'. See also apm(4). - Original Message - From: Tadimeti Keshav [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent:

Re: Installing Ethernet Driver.

2003-09-22 Thread Mike Maltese
hey, While installing FreeBSD4.5 from CD on my system, I could not install the driver for the ethernet. After installing the freeBSD, I checked ifconfig and found no entry for the ethernet. Well, since i did not install any driver for ethernet during installation of FreeBSD its obvious that

Re: Sendmail vs. Postfix...

2003-09-24 Thread Mike Maltese
Quick question. How hard is it to set up Postfix. I am getting tried of Sendmail. Is it hard to set up Postfix to access passwords so that the only mail can be sent. I've been running Postfix after migrating from Sendmail for the better part of a year now. I found it much easier to set up in

Re: upgrading to 4 stable

2003-10-01 Thread Mike Maltese
What I got was 4.9 prerelease. With this version I can't use /stand/sysinstall to install software. It keeps telling me that the FTP server doesn't have the ports for 4.9. The ports in /usr/ports work fine but it would be nice to use /stand/sysinstall. Why use sysinstall for this? Why not

Re: samba 3.0, FreeBSD 5.1

2003-10-02 Thread Mike Maltese
It's in /usr/ports/net/samba-devel/ Yes, but the port hasn't been updated to the release version. You'll have to modify the Makefile to fetch the current release. I've done it and it does build, however I haven't installed it. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Onboard Sound Card

2003-10-03 Thread Mike Maltese
device pcm should work. - Original Message - From: Mihail Stoyanov [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, October 03, 2003 8:12 AM Subject: Onboard Sound Card Hello, I have Intel

Re: Booting without keyboard.

2003-10-06 Thread Mike Maltese
Is there a way to turn the keyboard always 'on' so that i can get it to work whenever i plug it in after the system is up and running. In your kernel config, remove any flags for the keyboard device, i.e: device atkbd0 at atkbdc? irq 1 Now build a new kernel, reboot, and it should

Re: Setting the sticky bit on /var/mail...

2003-10-07 Thread Mike Maltese
This may not be correct, but my first instinct would be to check for a flag on the directory, i.e., 'ls -lo /var | grep mail'. See man pages for chflags and ls if necessary. I am using Exim as a local mail agent on 5.1-RELEASE-p10. Suddenly, I can no longer set the sticky bit on

Re: Setting the sticky bit on /var/mail...

2003-10-07 Thread Mike Maltese
Absolutely you are correct, and the crowd goes wild with applause...thank you. Glad it helped. =) I suppose it would be nice to know what set all of the following on /var/mail: opaque nodump uappnd uchg uunlnk because it sure wasn't me. Removing them allowed me to set the appropriate

Re: HP Surestore DAT24i with FreeBSD

2003-10-14 Thread Mike Maltese
Greetings, How can I found out if this DAT tape drive (HP DAT24i) works with FreeBSD ? Hook it up and see if it works. =) Seriously though, it should work fine. It will show up as an sa device. I have a HP DDS-2 autoloader (the drive portion of it is similar to yours) that works flawlessly

Re: atacontrol(8)

2003-10-14 Thread Mike Maltese
Second, where do I have to indicate that my DVD-ROM supports UDMA66? I assume that after saying atacontrol mode 1 udma66 udma66, the settings are going to be vanished the next reboot. Add the following to /boot/loader.conf: hw.ata.atapi_dma=1 Reboot. Check dmesg. Third, why it does not

Re: atacontrol(8)

2003-10-14 Thread Mike Maltese
Why to this file and not to /etc/sysctl.conf? I have no monitor on that box, so I want to make sure it is more likely to work after the reboot. :-) I can't remember exactly why, but trust me, it will work. But why does it sets it to UDMA33, but not to UDMA66? Have you actually tried it yet?

Re: atacontrol(8)

2003-10-15 Thread Mike Maltese
acd0: DVDROM ATAPI DVD-ROM 16X Maximum at ata1-master UDMA66 I stand corrected, although I maintain that no optical drive is capable of that kind of throughput. =) I was kinda wondering if he'd been duped on the specs of the drive. Thanks, Mike ___

Re: PHP settings

2003-10-17 Thread Mike Maltese
I am concerned about PHP vunerabilities. can somebody send me to a good site which discusses what should be enabled and disabled in the php.conf file? http://www.php.net/manual/en/security.index.php ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: Best place to start a misc program at bootup

2003-10-20 Thread Mike Maltese
So there's /etc/rc, and etc/rc.local, and then there's the fancy rc.conf scripts which stat programs. /etc/rc and /etc/rc.local don't appear to be designated places for starting up misc. programs, so where do we put these misc programs which we want to run at startup? Take a look in

Re: Databases

2003-10-22 Thread Mike Maltese
I have a small business and I'm looking to setup a freebsd server. I want to connect about 4 clients to this server running windows XP. The Freebsd server will keep a database of every customer address, phone number, what services that were performed, how much was charged, etc etc. This is

Re: Databases

2003-10-22 Thread Mike Maltese
I just went through the download page of postgresql but I couldn't see the client for windows, could you send me the link for the client or is it accessible with IE? As with most things Microsoft, IE sucks, and it really sucks at FTP. Try a real FTP client and/or a mirror. FTP to

Re: How i can encode pcm to mp3

2003-10-23 Thread Mike Maltese
I wnat record radio, when i absent. When i use # lame , sound don't rec. I'm not sure what you're using to actually record with, but lame can encode pcm data to mp3. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: DVD drive

2003-10-23 Thread Mike Maltese
DVD drive in and took the plugs from my cd-rom drive and pluged them into my dvd. I don't know shit about hardware so maybe I shouldn't have done this. Thats As long as it's jumpered correctly, this should be fine why I'm here. The handbook says I should ln -sf /dev/acd0c /dev/dvd and ln

Re: DVD drive

2003-10-23 Thread Mike Maltese
Well, I did that and when I try mplayer -vo dga -dvd 2 /dev/dvd I get the following error Reading config file /usr/local/share/mplayer/mplayer.conf: No such file or directory Reading config file /home/bsdsys/.mplayer/config Reading /home/bsdsys/.mplayer/codecs.conf: can't open

Re: vinum concatenated raid setup problems

2003-10-23 Thread Mike Maltese
The problems: 1 - I am able to build the RAID, create a filesystem, and mount to a directory in the tree. But I am not able to figure out how to add an entry to my /etc/fstab file so that it is automatically mounted on reboot. I have looked in the handbook and all it says is to add the

Re: vinum concatenated raid setup problems

2003-10-23 Thread Mike Maltese
start_vinum=YES is already in the /etc/rc.conf...see below: --- thegibsor# cat /etc/rc.conf # -- sysinstall generated deltas -- # Sun Oct 19 20:37:29 2003 # Created: Sun Oct 19 20:37:29 2003 # Enable network daemons for user convenience. #

Re: vinum concatenated raid setup problems

2003-10-24 Thread Mike Maltese
it doesn't look like the vinum kld is being loaded, since even with the vinum config gone, it should say something like no vinum drives found, vinum not loaded in dmesg (i think, please correct me if im wrong) i will investigate this furthar and report back. So you've checked kldstat

Re: dumping the contents of a hard-drive

2003-10-29 Thread Mike Maltese
Hi. I have a FreeBSD 5.1 box that has 2 hard drives. They are both Seagate ST380011A (Capacity: 78.18 GB). Currently I am only utilizing one hard drive and Iam planning to use the other one as a back-up. Which utility can I use to dump all the contents of the my first drive to the

Re: dumping the contents of a hard-drive

2003-10-29 Thread Mike Maltese
What would you guys say would be the best method of dumping a live file system and excluding a certain group of directories(namely /tmp and /mnt)? Well, if /tmp is on it's own partition, you can just omit it from your dump routine. Otherwise, set the nodump flag. See man chflags. You will have

Re: http file server

2003-10-30 Thread Mike Maltese
Hi Friends, I have been asked to come up with some kind of system so that our company can share the data drawings with different customers and vendors. What you're describing sounds like an extranet. Apache with SSL sounds like a good idea here, especially if this is sensitive data.

Dual booting WinXP and FreeBSD - odd problem

2003-11-02 Thread Mike Maltese
I've installed FreeBSD on a friend's box with a pre-existing Windows XP installation. This isn't the first time I've done this, my personal desktop machine is dual boot Win2K/FreeBSD, and there are no problems. On to the problem...the machine starts up normally and the FreeBSD boot manager

Re: Dual booting WinXP and FreeBSD - odd problem

2003-11-03 Thread Mike Maltese
Hi Mike, Do you have WinXP and FreeBSD on the same disc or on two separate discs? Thanatos Same physical disk. Windoze is on ad0s1 and FBSD is on ad0s2. At the moment I'm looking into restoring XP's MBR and then utilizing it's boot manager by copying the FreeBSD boot blocks. I know this can

Re: Dual booting WinXP and FreeBSD - odd problem

2003-11-03 Thread Mike Maltese
Ruben de Groot wrote: Just a shot in the dark, but is your disk configured as a dynamic disk in XP? No, the disk is basic. This installation is XP Home (guess I should have mentioned that), so dynamic disks are not possible anyway. ___ [EMAIL

Re: How to run php4 as CGI pgm

2003-11-05 Thread Mike Maltese
I install in the following order: apache+mod_ssl-1.3.28+2.8.15_1 (with suExec) mysql-client-4.0.16 php4-cgi-4.3.4.r1 and followed the steps in INSTALL. This did not make libphp4.so. So I am not sure of the step to follow. Do I need to build php in apache also? www/php4-cgi doesn't make an

Re: upgrade named

2003-11-05 Thread Mike Maltese
I've been trying to upgrade named to version 9 but seem to be missing something Currently have: FreeBSD 4.6.2 with named 8.3.3 downloaded, configured and installed version 9 - updated rc.conf to point to the new location, rebooted and I'm still running 8.3.3 Try make

Re: How to find the reverse on a IP address?

2004-01-16 Thread Mike Maltese
I'm having a major brain freeze this morning. I dont recall how to find the reverse for an IP address? I need to do some testing with a few IP addresses, to ensure they have valid reverse's set, but dont recall how to check them. If I remember, you could do it with both 'nslookup' and 'dig'

Re: isc-dhcp3 removed from ports

2004-01-21 Thread Mike Maltese
Doing pkg_version recently, I noticed that isc-dhcp3 has been removed from the ports collection. Why should such an important port be removed? I can't see that wide-dhcp provides the same degree of functionality e.g. dynamic zone updates with bind. It's been split up: net/isc-dhcp3-server,

Re: Compile kernel

2004-01-22 Thread Mike Maltese
I have a 4.9 FreeBSD and would like to compile the kernel to that it can support IPSEC, could you say me where I can find information to compile kernel to IPSEC. http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/ipsec.html http://www.onlamp.com/pub/a/bsd/2002/12/26/FreeBSD_Basics.html

Re: Spam Assassin?

2004-01-24 Thread Mike Maltese
Where is the Spam Assassin port? The only thing I can find is spamass-milter which just USES Spam Assassin. 'make search key=SpamAssassin' turns up mail/p5-Mail-SpamAssassin. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: Starting MySQL

2004-02-04 Thread Mike Maltese
I added MySQL with portupgrade today, but don't find mysqld anywhere on the machine. How do I start this silly thing? /usr/local/etc/rc.d/mysql-server.sh mysqld resides in /usr/local/libexec, which could be why you didn't find it. That doesn't really matter because a wrapper is used to start

Re: Newbie trying to build a new world

2004-02-05 Thread Mike Maltese
config: /usr/src/sys/i386/conf/MOAK:274: syntax error This means you have an error on line 274 of your kernel configuration file. Since line 274 is options PNPBIOS, I'm guessing that this option is deprecated and/or unavailable in 5.X. ___ [EMAIL

Re: endless sysquery: no addrs found for root

2004-02-19 Thread Mike Maltese
When I try to start named with this config, the log file shows Feb 19 22:16:50 jsrh named[177]: starting (/etc/namedb/named.conf). named 8.3.7-REL Tue Feb 17 15:01:48 CST 2004 [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/obj/usr/src/usr.sbin/named Feb 19 22:16:50 jsrh named[178]: Ready to answer queries. but then

Re: Where to find apache PHP script mhash function

2004-02-28 Thread Mike Maltese
SO you are saying that this /usr/ports/lang/php4 is an replacement for mod_php? That it does everything mod_php does plus the extensions can be added. lang/php4 is a master port. You can read lang/php4/Makefile to see what make definitions that are available (like -DWITH_MHASH). I wouldn't

Re: Installing software via ports and packages

2004-03-01 Thread Mike Maltese
Lance Earl wrote: I installed FreeBsd 4.9 with fluxbox. Using ports I installed Bluefish(I was disappointed to see that the most current port was an older version), Nedit, Nano, Gimp and Gftp. The ports download and compile of these programs took approximately forever plus 32 seconds. I tried

Re: ipfilter frags question

2004-03-01 Thread Mike Maltese
On my Linux box, I can force all fragments to be re-assembled into whole packets before being presented to the firewall, and that's what I've done. However, as near as I can tell, FreeBSD (5.2.1-RELEASE) doesn't have that feature. So what do I do with fragments? They are a valid part of

Re: Where is 4.9-STABLE?

2004-03-06 Thread Mike Maltese
Where can I download ISO images for the latest 4.9-STABLE? All I found was a weird japanese site, that is either not responsive, or lets you download 15k/s. I do not want to CVSup; I just want a clean, full install of 4.9-STABLE. Normally the procedure would be to get the kern.flp and

Re: Postfix install questions..

2004-03-08 Thread Mike Maltese
I got it. I needed to run postmap on main.cf after configuring it. No, you need to run postfix reload after changing master.cf or main.cf. Read the postmap man page for details on it's use. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: setting up network virtual hosts (ifconfig)

2004-03-08 Thread Mike Maltese
On a side note, if you set something up in rc.conf, how can you manually start it without having to reboot? Well that depends on what it is, but if you want to just go through everything you can do this: # shutdown now This will put you in single-user mode. Hit enter for the default shell,

Re: setting up network virtual hosts (ifconfig)

2004-03-08 Thread Mike Maltese
What if you are doing this remotely? :) Any other way to get around that? Not unless you're connected to another machine and connected to the target box through a serial console. In this case you're probably better of making the change manually. What is it you want to reconfigure?

Local CVSup ports server

2004-03-08 Thread Mike Maltese
In the interest of bandwidth conservation, fair use, and the health of my nearest mirrors, I'd like to set up my own local ports CVSup mirror to keep all of my local FreeBSD machines (four of them) up to date. The problem I'm having is that I can't find any info on setting up a ports mirror.

Re: Local CVSup ports server

2004-03-08 Thread Mike Maltese
There shouldn't be anything different - just set up the cvsup server to mirror the collections you want (ports-all, etc). I should have figured it would be so simple. I installed net/cvsup-mirror, but since it didn't explicitly mention ports, I assumed there was some magic involved. Thanks!

Re: 3com modem

2004-03-10 Thread Mike Maltese
It is not a win modem it is a hardware modem and was the best one my supplier had, it cost me $120.00. Thanks for your rely but it does not help me with my problem i have had it working on several other machines just not this one yet. Maybe you should have mentioned that. When someone posts

Re: amavisd - virusalert@example.com in maillog

2004-03-11 Thread Mike Maltese
I can't seem to find where in the config file (amavisd.conf) it is specified. I've set the $mydomain variable and my notification reports in Have you restarted amavisd since you updated the config file? ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: Recommended GUI manager for MYSQL

2004-03-15 Thread Mike Maltese
Can anyone recommend a good GUI manager for MYSQL? Well, there's MySQL Control Center from MySQL AB. Then there's the wildly popular phpMyAdmin, which is web-based. Both are in ports, but you really don't need a port to install phpMyAdmin. http://www.mysql.com/products/mysqlcc/index.html

Re: Setting up Apache

2004-03-25 Thread Mike Maltese
My problem is that I have no working knowledge of Apache. I was wondering if someone could recommend a good book or two that could walk me through the steps of setting the program up and getting it running. It has to be the sort of book that does not assume I have a college degree in Computer

Re: SMP on FreeBSD...

2004-04-07 Thread Mike Maltese
What modifications do I need to make to the GENERIC configuration to enable a second CPU? With FreeBSD = 5.1, you need to add: optionsSMP optionsAPIC_IO 5.2's GENERIC kernel is SMP ready. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: dump restore

2004-04-12 Thread Mike Maltese
I'm looking for a way to split and concat dump files afterwards. This should possible, butg I've been see a solution for this until yet. split(1) and cat(1) perhaps? ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: installing mysql-phpmyadmin-apache-php

2004-04-16 Thread Mike Maltese
I have mysql-5 and apache2 installed and working. I need to install phpmyadmin but it wants to install mysql-4 and apache1. How do I prevent it from installing another version of each app (can I even do this)? I'd just download the phpMyAdmin source from http://www.phpmyadmin.net and install

Re: Backing up my system

2004-04-20 Thread Mike Maltese
What will be 'dump vs tar' ?. Their pros and cons. http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/backup-basics.html Dump is preferable to tar for system backups. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: verizon dsl connexn

2004-04-21 Thread Mike Maltese
i have verizon dsl service using macronix nic. free bsd unleashed book, man pages and install man dont say how to set this up. my provider gives dns address automatically. linux rpppoe works fine. does bsd have equivalent? i can boot into grub but get warning about not being connected to

Re: FBSD gateway/firewall with squid -will it let request in??

2003-07-16 Thread Mike Maltese
Crack open the squid Makefile and uncomment CONFIGURE_ARGS+= --enable-ipf-transparent I'm currently running this setup, however, it's been a while. IIRC, you need to manually move the ipf header files from your source tree (/usr/src/sys/contrib/ipfilter/netinet) to /usr/include/netinet for it to

vinum and newfs

2003-07-17 Thread Mike Maltese
What impact do disk block and fragment sizes have on a vinum volume? I've been benchmarking an array of three drives in striped and raid5 configurations with various stripe sizes. I've noticed that I get better results in just about every instance by passing -b 16384 -f 2048 to newfs. This

Re: ASP on FreeBSD/Apache - most recent, stable and viable solution?

2003-07-18 Thread Mike Maltese
Supposedly this product will work natively on FreeBSD. http://www.halcyonsoft.com/products.asp?s=1 I belive Chili!Soft ASP has been bought out by Sun and renamed Sun ONE, so you may want to look into that product. It runs on Linux so it might work with FreeBSD. - Original Message -

Re: freebsd

2003-07-18 Thread Mike Maltese
FTP: ftp.freebsd.org/pub/FreeBSD HTTP: www.linuxiso.org/distro.php?distro=15 Purchase: www.freebsdmall.com - Original Message - From: Ivan Nesic [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, July 18, 2003 2:40 PM Subject: freebsd Do you have disks for FreeBSB installation?

getencstat and sesd - not working?

2003-07-19 Thread Mike Maltese
I have an Intel hot-swap SCSI enclosure that is supposed to be SAF-TE compliant. It gets probed correctly as ses0 (relevant dmesg included below). I built sesd and getencstat but both report /dev/ses0: Device busy. I also remade the device but the result is the same. Has anyone had any experience

Re: Dump from cron job, need to change tape

2003-07-21 Thread Mike Maltese
I've also looked into this (I have a DDS2 autoloader), but unfortunately dump doesn't support multiple volumes. Because my /, /usr and /var partitions will fit on one tape, I use dump for those. For everything else (i.e. large file shares) I just use tar with the -M flag when doing a manual

Re: Dump from cron job, need to change tape

2003-07-21 Thread Mike Maltese
DDS2 is only 4GB native. - Original Message - From: Jerry McAllister [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Bob Collins [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, July 21, 2003 11:48 AM Subject: Re: Dump from cron job, need to change tape Sorry to repost, but wanted to post with a

Re: DAT tape drive compatibility with FreeBSD?

2003-07-22 Thread Mike Maltese
I was just wondering what tape drives (DAT) people use with FreeBSD for backup? I was thinking of a HP Superstore DAT 40I. Any experiences with that? Has anyone got the One Button Disaster Recovery function working in FreeBSD? I don't know about OBDR, but your drive will otherwise work fine.

Re: Cron job dump requires tape change

2003-07-23 Thread Mike Maltese
I thought I had answered this before, but AFAIK, dump just doesn't support multiple volumes. You'll either need to get a higher capacity tape drive, resize your partitions, or use another backup utility. - Original Message - From: Bob Collins [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent:

Re: Dynamic Hostname Assignment

2003-07-24 Thread Mike Maltese
If I understand your question correctly, the following line in /etc/dhclient.conf should do what you want: send host-name yourhostname; - Original Message - From: Shawn [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, July 24, 2003 7:03 PM Subject: Dynamic Hostname

Re: Dynamic Hostname Assignment

2003-07-24 Thread Mike Maltese
-25 at 03:33, Mike Maltese wrote: If I understand your question correctly, the following line in /etc/dhclient.conf should do what you want: send host-name yourhostname; I don't think so, what exactly would this do? My goal is to have dhcp automatically assign my hostname. Previous

Re: Dynamic Hostname Assignment

2003-07-24 Thread Mike Maltese
://www.isc.org/products/DHCP/. - Original Message - From: Shawn [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, July 24, 2003 9:03 PM Subject: Re: Dynamic Hostname Assignment On Fri, 2003-07-25 at 04:00, Mike Maltese wrote: OK, I see now. So you want your ISP's DHCP server to assign you

Re: mod_frontpage - question

2003-07-30 Thread Mike Maltese
It doesn't replace your current httpd binary. It builds mod_frontpage.so. It should be in /usr/local/libexec/apache. You'll have to enable it in your httpd.conf if the install didn't do it automatically. - Original Message - From: Darryl Hoar [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: apache + Frontpage extensions = I have a mess

2003-07-30 Thread Mike Maltese
Darryl, I was not able to get mod_frontpage working either. I do know that the version in ports is FrontPage 2002, but I would think that your FP2000 client would still work. What I ended up doing was installing the package from http://www.rtr.com/fpsupport/download.htm . They also have a

Re: FreeBSD as a wirelesss access point

2003-08-04 Thread Mike Maltese
Take a look at this: http://www.samag.com/documents/s=7121/sam0205a/sam0205a.htm - Original Message - From: T Kellers [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, August 04, 2003 10:56 AM Subject: FreeBSD as a wirelesss access point Anyone know of a resource that has some

Re: FreeBSD as router - performance vs hardware routers

2003-08-14 Thread Mike Maltese
Based on prior discussions regarding minimal hardware, I think the main thing to pay attention to is the type and brand of network cards you are going to be using. I would stay away from those interrupter from hell rl0 cards. You won't be able to budge a 30-40 dollar pentium box Agreed. I

Re: Hi Quick question

2003-08-14 Thread Mike Maltese
Is there a command to browse files by pages? When ever I ls in a big dir, I can't shift page up for some reason. This is very annoying =( I like ls -l | more ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: Help

2003-08-14 Thread Mike Maltese
I have installed FreeBSD 5.1 on my Pentium 1 200MHz and it is not like I thought.It looks like MS-DOS What exactly were you expecting? Here are some quite useful links: http://www.freebsd.org/projects/newbies.html http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/index.html

Re: mergemaster clarification

2003-08-14 Thread Mike Maltese
it is precisely because i modified *many* files under /etc (like rc.conf, master.passwd, group, adduser.conf, XF86Config, fstab, gettytab, ttys, and on and on...) that i expected mergemaster to present me with more than just 4 files to compare (which were ppp.conf, motd, csh.cshrc, and one

Re: ps and top

2003-08-14 Thread Mike Maltese
Do you still have kernel.old? If you do, you can revert back to it without goint through the make world process. ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL

Re: mergemaster clarification

2003-08-14 Thread Mike Maltese
possible. various sources (handbook, man page, absolute bsd, google) indicated that mergemaster would compare files for differences. it did, but it only presented 4 different files. i had the impression that mergemaster would run through *all* the files in /etc. was i wrong to expect this?

Re: ipfilter - port forward question

2003-08-14 Thread Mike Maltese
map ep0 192.168.1.0/24 - 0/32 rdr epo 24.225.33.0/32 port 31240 - 192.168.1.35 port 31240 tcp Try rdr ep0 0/0 port 31240 - 192.168.1.35 port 31240 tcp in your nat rules and try something like pass in quick on ed0 all keep state/pass out quick on ed0 all keep state in your ipf rules. There's

Re: Samtron SC-431VS

2003-08-15 Thread Mike Maltese
I found this for the SC-431SVC. Not your exact model but probably close enough. H Freq/ V Freq: 31.5/35.2/35.5 khz / 90 hz http://www.monitorworld.com/Monitors/samtron/sc431svc.html I have to ask though...why would you want X on a DNS/DHCP server? - Original Message - From: [EMAIL

Re: Gateway problemas

2003-08-15 Thread Mike Maltese
block in log all block out log all You don't need these since you used IPFITLER_DEFAULT_BLOCK (per your last message). If you want to log blocked traffic, add block in log quick on ep1 all at the end of your rules for that interface. You may want to try setting all interfaces to pass in/out

Re: Gateway problemas

2003-08-15 Thread Mike Maltese
You need bpf for IP Filter to work!! You can leave gif and faith commented out. - Original Message - From: geek [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, August 15, 2003 6:21 PM Subject: RE: Gateway problemas Sorry that another post, but i release that i commented these

Re: Gateway problemas - correction

2003-08-15 Thread Mike Maltese
My bad, I meant you need bpf for dhclient to work. - Original Message - From: Mike Maltese [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: geek [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, August 15, 2003 7:03 PM Subject: Re: Gateway problemas You need bpf for IP Filter to work!! You can leave gif

Re: Gateway problemas

2003-08-15 Thread Mike Maltese
From what point in your network are you not able to connect? Can you ping the outside world from you gateway itself? Do you have your NAT ruleset written correctly? Use this for your ruleset (copy exactly): pass in quick on ep0 all pass out quick on ep0 all pass in quick on ep1 all pass out

Re: Gateway problemas

2003-08-15 Thread Mike Maltese
Yes these rules will permit all traffic in and out. That's the point. It's process of elimination, and these rules intended to be temporary, and to rule out the possiblilty of your ruleset being the problem. Use them until you figure out what the real problem is. Now, what does your NAT ruleset

Re: format new HDD.... how i can do it?

2003-08-16 Thread Mike Maltese
It should have been formatted (newfs'ed) before the actual install started. Are you sure you sized your partitions appropriately? - Original Message - From: Denis [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Saturday, August 16, 2003 3:51 AM Subject: format new HDD how i can do it?

Re: permission in apache

2003-08-17 Thread Mike Maltese
This shouldn't have anything to do with UNIX permissions. You'll get this error (403) if there is no document by the name specified in the DirectoryIndex directive (defualt is index.html) and the directory does not have the Indexes option (display directory contents). So either create index.html

Re: /dev/dsp inaccessible

2003-08-17 Thread Mike Maltese
Here are a couple of links that may be helpful: http://www.onlamp.com/pub/a/bsd/2002/09/19/FreeBSD_Basics.html http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/multimedia.html hello all, i have been playing with FBSD for almost a year now. i would very much like to use it for music

Re: /dev/dsp inaccessible

2003-08-17 Thread Mike Maltese
I should have asked this also - what desktop are you running? ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: /dev/dsp inaccessible

2003-08-17 Thread Mike Maltese
I had a problem with KDE and arts at one time. IIRC, I had to manually point the applications at the different virtual sound devices. What sound server does fluxbox use? Also, what sound card are you running? ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: /dev/dsp inaccessible

2003-08-18 Thread Mike Maltese
Hmm, I don't know anything about fluxbox other than what it is, I've always run KDE or Gnome. I'm not sure you necessarily need one. I used mpg123 to play mp3's on a server once just for kicks, and I didn't have to have any kind of extra sound system. The documentation from the programs you want

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