Problems with ACLs

2006-10-11 Thread Patrik Jansson
I'm trying to set default ACLs on a directory to restrict access to a directory and every file/directory created within this directory to two users. I have used this website to get a grip of how it works: http://www.onlamp.com/pub/a/bsd/2003/08/14/freebsd_acls.html Following that example: #

Re: webbased email administration

2006-10-12 Thread Patrik Jansson
Hi, Andreas Wider√łe Andersen skrev: Hi, We're considering setting up an email service here and we need to give IT admins in various companies the ability to administer their own email addresses (under their domain). I'm looking for software that will do this. We currently run Sendmail and

Re: ACL: Default and other problems

2006-10-19 Thread Patrik Jansson
I experiemented with the ACls under fbsd 5.3 and got some problems with how freebsd calculates the permissions. I followed the instructions on [0]. My aim is to install default ACLs, so a group of users (with possible broken umask) can work together on git-repositories. The idea is that the

Re: ACL: Default and other problems

2006-10-24 Thread Patrik Jansson
Looks like noone is really using ACLs (and default ACLs) on fbsd. classic unix uid/gid is simplest and enough for MOST (or every - i think) cases. it just needs to be used right Please imagine this. We're running a web server and want each user to be able to modify/delete files created

What's using the disk so much?

2006-10-25 Thread Patrik Jansson
Hi, vmstat reports that quite a few processes are waiting for io (disk access) so I ran gstat to see how much the drive is working and it says more or less 100% constantly. How can I determine which process (if it's mostly one single process) is using the disk so much? top says the CPU is mostly

Re: What's using the disk so much?

2006-10-25 Thread Patrik Jansson
Hi, vmstat reports that quite a few processes are waiting for io (disk access) so I ran gstat to see how much the drive is working and it says more or less 100% constantly. How can I determine which process (if it's mostly one single process) is using the disk so much? top says the CPU is

Text based puttygen or equivalent

2006-12-28 Thread Patrik Jansson
Hi, I want to convert OpenSSH keys to PuTTy format automagically in FreeBSD so I'm looking for a text based application for this. Is there any? Thanks, Patrik Jansson ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman

Re: Text based puttygen or equivalent

2006-12-28 Thread Patrik Jansson
Matthew Seaman wrote: Patrik Jansson wrote: I want to convert OpenSSH keys to PuTTy format automagically in FreeBSD so I'm looking for a text based application for this. Is there any? ssh-keygen(1). Specifically the '-e' option. putty uses the same format as the commercial SSH