Re: SSH Port forwarding when PermitRootLogin==no ?

2008-10-27 Thread Pollywog
On Monday 27 October 2008 17:04:46 Kevin Kinsey wrote: Hello, I'm (still) trying to work around a limitation I've encountered with a new service provider (cf. MTA on non-standard port). As root: # ssh -L 24:server:52525 server fails because root logins aren't permitted in

Re: xauth failure when tunneling over ssh

2008-11-11 Thread Pollywog
On Tuesday 11 November 2008 21:27:38 Elliot Isaacson wrote: Hi, I've set up X11Forwarding on several linux servers before, but I've just wasted a day trying (unsuccessfully) to figure out why I can't get it working on freebsd (7.0-RELEASE GENERIC). I have not changed the defaults in the

Re: xauth failure when tunneling over ssh

2008-11-12 Thread Pollywog
On Wednesday 12 November 2008 15:51:42 Elliot Isaacson wrote: #UsePAM yes #AllowTcpForwarding yes #GatewayPorts no #X11Forwarding yes #X11DisplayOffset 10 #X11UseLocalhost yes #PrintMotd yes #PrintLastLog yes #TCPKeepAlive yes #UseLogin no #UsePrivilegeSeparation yes

Re: xauth failure when tunneling over ssh

2008-11-12 Thread Pollywog
On Wednesday 12 November 2008 18:20:00 Elliot Isaacson wrote: On Wednesday 12 November 2008 15:51:42 Elliot Isaacson wrote: #UsePAM yes #AllowTcpForwarding yes #GatewayPorts no #X11Forwarding yes #X11DisplayOffset 10 #X11UseLocalhost yes #PrintMotd yes #PrintLastLog yes

Re: xauth failure when tunneling over ssh

2008-11-12 Thread Pollywog
On Wednesday 12 November 2008 18:20:00 Elliot Isaacson wrote: On Wednesday 12 November 2008 15:51:42 Elliot Isaacson wrote: #UsePAM yes #AllowTcpForwarding yes #GatewayPorts no #X11Forwarding yes #X11DisplayOffset 10 #X11UseLocalhost yes #PrintMotd yes #PrintLastLog yes

Re: xauth failure when tunneling over ssh

2008-11-12 Thread Pollywog
On Wednesday 12 November 2008 18:58:18 Pollywog wrote: On Wednesday 12 November 2008 18:20:00 Elliot Isaacson wrote: On Wednesday 12 November 2008 15:51:42 Elliot Isaacson wrote: #UsePAM yes #AllowTcpForwarding yes #GatewayPorts no #X11Forwarding yes #X11DisplayOffset 10

Re: courier-imap

2007-09-26 Thread Pollywog
On Wednesday 26 September 2007 18:22:09 Bill Banks wrote: When I try to login , in my maillog it saids no such file. How do I tell it to use /etc/passwd Which file is missing? I recently installed Courier-Imap on FreeBSD and some file was missing but I don't recall which one. Make sure

Re: Getting vim to work correctly.

2007-09-28 Thread Pollywog
On Friday 28 September 2007 06:05:49 Jay Chandler wrote: Eric Schuele wrote: On 09/27/2007 21:01, Jay Chandler wrote: Howdy. Sorry to keep hitting the list with questions today, but does anyone know how to get the home, delete, end, page up, etc. keys working correctly in vim? It

Re: best spam filter port(s) for postfix?

2007-09-30 Thread Pollywog
On Sunday 30 September 2007 20:28:23 Derek Ragona wrote: At 03:20 PM 9/30/2007, Joe in MPLS wrote: I'm running 6.2-STABLE with postfix with cyrus-sasl, imap-uw horde for mail. I'd like to stop depending on clients(Thunderbird PDAs) for primary spam control (especially because our PDAs don't

Re: best spam filter port(s) for postfix?

2007-09-30 Thread Pollywog
On Sunday 30 September 2007 21:03:06 Roland Smith wrote: On Sun, Sep 30, 2007 at 03:20:58PM -0500, Joe in MPLS wrote: I'm running 6.2-STABLE with postfix with cyrus-sasl, imap-uw horde for mail. I'd like to stop depending on clients(Thunderbird PDAs) for primary spam control (especially

Re: best spam filter port(s) for postfix?

2007-10-01 Thread Pollywog
On Monday 01 October 2007 22:18:00 Chuck Swiger wrote: On Oct 1, 2007, at 6:54 PM, Philip Hallstrom wrote: By far the best anti-spam tool I've used with Postfix is policyd- weight. mail/postfix-policyd-weight Agreed. +1. Me too. Seconded (or thirded :). policyd-weight is much

Re: best spam filter port(s) for postfix?

2007-10-01 Thread Pollywog
On Monday 01 October 2007 22:48:09 Pollywog wrote: On Monday 01 October 2007 22:18:00 Chuck Swiger wrote: On Oct 1, 2007, at 6:54 PM, Philip Hallstrom wrote: By far the best anti-spam tool I've used with Postfix is policyd- weight. mail/postfix-policyd-weight Agreed. +1. Me too

Re: question about Postfix

2007-10-01 Thread Pollywog
On Tuesday 02 October 2007 02:50:24 jekillen wrote: Hello; I have a quick question about Postfix. When I install Free BSD and have it include Postfix from packages, does the install process completely replace Sendmail with Postfix, or do I still have to replace Sendmail with Postfix

Re: Ipod software

2007-10-14 Thread Pollywog
On Monday 15 October 2007 00:05:08 Rem P Roberti wrote: Thanks for the suggestions. I am trying out gtkpod now, and it seems to work fine, although I wish that there was a non/gui type program. BTW, is it possible to convert mp3 files that were purchased originally from the Apple store via

xmh port in 6.2

2007-10-17 Thread Pollywog
I am doing an upgrade of ports in FreeBSD 6.2 and apparently xmh is no longer part of the Ports collection, but when I saw yes to remove it, portmanager complains that it is required by xorg and xfce. What is the problem here, anyone know? ___

Re: xmh port in 6.2

2007-10-17 Thread Pollywog
On Wednesday 17 October 2007 15:16:53 Pollywog wrote: I am doing an upgrade of ports in FreeBSD 6.2 and apparently xmh is no longer part of the Ports collection, but when I saw yes to remove it, portmanager complains that it is required by xorg and xfce. What is the problem here, anyone know

Re: Can login using root password, but not remotely with SSH

2007-10-22 Thread Pollywog
On Monday 22 October 2007 17:42:44 Daniel Bye wrote: On Mon, Oct 22, 2007 at 02:21:04AM -0500, W. D. wrote: Brand new install of FreeBSD 6.2. Can't log in with PuTTY. Remote PuTTY: Access denied Using keyboard-interactive authentication. At computer terminal: PAM authentication

Re: telnet mydomain.ild 465 : connection closed

2007-10-30 Thread Pollywog
On Tuesday 30 October 2007 09:18:17 dhaneshk k wrote: telnet localhost 465 Trying ::1... telnet: connect to address ::1: Connection refused Trying 127.0.0.1... Connected to localhost.sun.iosn.net. Escape character is '^]'. upto this line oly I am getting out putnot showing the

Re: telnet mydomain.ild 465 : connection closed

2007-10-30 Thread Pollywog
On Tuesday 30 October 2007 09:18:17 dhaneshk k wrote: telnet localhost 465 Trying ::1... telnet: connect to address ::1: Connection refused Trying 127.0.0.1... Connected to localhost.sun.iosn.net. Escape character is '^]'. upto this line oly I am getting out putnot showing the

Re: telnet mydomain.ild 465 : connection closed

2007-10-30 Thread Pollywog
On Tuesday 30 October 2007 09:18:17 dhaneshk k wrote: telnet localhost 465 Trying ::1... telnet: connect to address ::1: Connection refused Trying 127.0.0.1... Connected to localhost.sun.iosn.net. Escape character is '^]'. upto this line oly I am getting out putnot showing the

Re: reverse grep

2007-11-03 Thread Pollywog
On Sunday 04 November 2007 00:12:45 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: How is it possible to select lines that do NOT match a specific pattern? grep -v ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To

Re: Is there a way to compare what is in the ports tree with what is installed?

2007-11-04 Thread Pollywog
On Monday 05 November 2007 02:04:39 Robert Huff wrote: Brett Davidson writes: ie. If I had a particular version of the ports tree on a server, how could I check to see if any of the programs in that tree were actually installed? Is there a simple command or sequence of commands to

multiple autoconf versions

2007-11-05 Thread Pollywog
I am running FreeBSD 6.2 and I discovered that I have four versions of autoconf installed. autoconf-2.13.000227_6 Automatically configure source code on many Un*x platforms autoconf-2.53_4 Automatically configure source code on many Un*x platforms autoconf-2.59_3 Automatically configure

Re: KDE bookmarks??

2007-11-05 Thread Pollywog
On Tuesday 06 November 2007 00:34:50 Gary Kline wrote: Folks, As some of you know, i was configuring kkonquereor because it has a link to the festival tts tool. I let myself get careless with firefox; bookmarked sites went in any-whichway. With konq, I began creating directories to which I

Re: KDE bookmarks??

2007-11-05 Thread Pollywog
On Tuesday 06 November 2007 00:34:50 Gary Kline wrote: Folks, As some of you know, i was configuring kkonquereor because it has a link to the festival tts tool. I let myself get careless with firefox; bookmarked sites went in any-whichway. With konq, I began creating directories to which I

[OFFTOPIC] Re: One Laptop Per Child

2007-11-12 Thread Pollywog
On Monday 12 November 2007 19:06:28 Chuck Robey wrote: I wish it wasn't this way. Maybe it's just in the schools I visited? If so, anyone have a better experience? Until I hear of some, I won't contribute to any computers for kids deal, because it only benefits big computer companies, who

Re: Postfix, dns, and hosts.allow

2007-11-14 Thread Pollywog
On Wednesday 14 November 2007 05:01:58 jekillen wrote: Hello: I have a question about Postfix and hosts.allow: Sendmail and exim are mentioned in the file and I assume that Sendmail would refer to Postfix sendmail as well as Sendmail. But Since Postfix runs smtp.d, how would I do Postfix

Re: top posting (off-topic)

2007-11-22 Thread Pollywog
On Thursday 22 November 2007 21:22:50 Brent Jones wrote: Sorry if this is a bit off topic for this list, but it seem to be a comment that comes up very regularly; please don't top post... I for one prefer top posting, as usually I have read a particular thread enough times that I like to cut

jabberd will not start on reboot, only starts manually

2007-12-03 Thread Pollywog
I am running FreeBSD 6.2 with Jabberd installed from ports: jabberd-2.1.18 When I reboot the machine, jabberd will not start, but it will start if I manually restart it with /usr/local/etc/rc.d/jabberd restart /var/log/messages shows: jabberd/c2s[989]: mysql: connection to database failed:

Re: jabberd will not start on reboot, only starts manually

2007-12-04 Thread Pollywog
On Tuesday 04 December 2007 15:11:32 Daniel Bye wrote: Try removing the # BEFORE: LOGIN line from the jabberd control script. I haven't tested it, but from a cursory glance at the respective control scripts, it feels like a sane first guess... What exactly does this do? It worked. I first

Re: BSDstats: Stand up and be counted! -- November Statistics

2007-12-04 Thread Pollywog
On Tuesday 04 December 2007 05:55:17 Marc G. Fournier wrote: For FreeBSD users, you just need to install /usr/ports/sysutils/bsdstats to set things up. Is it recommended to do this on more than one home machine running FreeBSD, or just one of them?

Re: jabberd will not start on reboot, only starts manually

2007-12-04 Thread Pollywog
On Tuesday 04 December 2007 18:28:42 Daniel Bye wrote: Check out the manual for rcorder(8), and look at the CAPITALISED files in /etc/rc.d. Essentially, LOGIN is a dummy service - it is used to control startup of services that should start late in the boot process. The jabberd control

Re: SANE Network Daemon question

2007-12-08 Thread Pollywog
On Saturday 08 December 2007 20:39:06 Predrag Punosevac wrote: I was just looking at the documentation on SANE web-site about network scanning and I noticed that /etc/services on my i386 does not include line like sane-port 6566/tcp # SANE network scanner daemon which is used

Re: SANE Network Daemon question

2007-12-08 Thread Pollywog
On Sunday 09 December 2007 02:17:21 Predrag Punosevac wrote: Saned (Sane Daemon) is included in the standard distribution of sane-backhands. I checked sane-utils on the Debian web-site and seems it is just idiotic GUI. I was using Debian and I now use Ubuntu and FreeBSD. The sane-utils

Re: SANE Network Daemon question

2007-12-08 Thread Pollywog
On Sunday 09 December 2007 03:26:19 Predrag Punosevac wrote: Then look the /usr/local/etc/sane.d You already have all files you need to have. Debian is known for fine grinding of packages so I would not be surprised that they divided generic sane-backhand package in several part. That is

Re: SANE Network Daemon question

2007-12-08 Thread Pollywog
On Sunday 09 December 2007 03:26:19 Predrag Punosevac wrote: Pollywog wrote: On Sunday 09 December 2007 02:17:21 Predrag Punosevac wrote: Saned (Sane Daemon) is included in the standard distribution of sane-backhands. I checked sane-utils on the Debian web-site and seems it is just

Re: SANE Network Daemon question

2007-12-08 Thread Pollywog
On Sunday 09 December 2007 04:06:29 Predrag Punosevac wrote: I thought we were discussing sane-backhands and network scanning. Don't I need HPLIP in order to get my printer (scanning) to work? ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: SANE Network Daemon question

2007-12-08 Thread Pollywog
On Sunday 09 December 2007 04:06:29 Predrag Punosevac wrote: HPLIP works like a charm on FreeBSD http://dsteinbrook.googlepages.com/hpliponfreebsd Thanks for that, unfortunately it indicates that this is going to be more difficult for me than I thought, because I will need to recompile my

Re: SANE Network Daemon question

2007-12-09 Thread Pollywog
On Sunday 09 December 2007 04:32:21 Pollywog wrote: On Sunday 09 December 2007 04:06:29 Predrag Punosevac wrote: HPLIP works like a charm on FreeBSD http://dsteinbrook.googlepages.com/hpliponfreebsd Thanks for that, unfortunately it indicates that this is going to be more difficult for me

question about ordering of lines in rc.conf

2007-12-09 Thread Pollywog
It appears that the order of the *_enable=YES lines in /etc/rc.conf is important. I am looking at a HOWTO for HPLIP in which the author suggests adding two lines in a certain order. Since I recently had a problem with jabberd starting before myslq was ready to accept connections and I just

Re: (postfix) SPAM filter?

2007-12-12 Thread Pollywog
On Thursday 13 December 2007 03:35:00 Duane Hill wrote: It has been pretty low maintenance. I am in the process of evaluating the possibility of using amavis-new. I used amavis-new on a Linux system and lost the ability to have per-user settings. I had to go with a systemwide setting and I

Re: Question

2007-12-16 Thread Pollywog
On Monday 17 December 2007 04:27:03 Norberto Meijome wrote: FBsd isn't windows - go ahead and do it - if u can get the new HD and hook it up to the old box, go into single user mode , partition the new disk as you wish, mount each partition at a time and transfer the data. I understood that

Re: SSH through port forwarding

2007-12-17 Thread Pollywog
Make sure the ISP is not blocking port 22. If they block it, you will need to change the SSH port in sshd_config and then set the router to forward the port to the server's internal IP address. It's a good idea to change the port anyway, in order not to be obvious to script kiddies.

portupgrade problem with openldap23-server upgrade

2007-12-25 Thread Pollywog
I did a portupgrade but when the time comes to upgrade openldap23-server (FreeBSD 6.2) I get this: Stop in /usr/ports/net/openldap23-server. ** Command failed [exit code 1]: /usr/bin/script -qa /tmp/portupgrade.12586.86 env UPGRADE_TOOL=portupgrade UPGRADE_PORT=openldap-server-2.3.38

X11 forwarding problems in FreeBSD 6.2

2007-07-08 Thread Pollywog
I am having some problems with X11 forwarding. I can do X11 forwarding via ssh between two machines running Linux, but if I try to do this from FreeBSD (KDE) to either of the Linux machines, it only works if I use startx to start KDE on the fbsd machine (a laptop). If I start KDE from kdm, I

Re: 6.2-stable power management

2007-07-09 Thread Pollywog
On Monday 09 July 2007 12:43:45 J.D. Bronson wrote: Is there any way to verify ALL power management is disabled? I have totally disabled it in my BIOS and I have totally disabled it in the hard drives... Yet I keep hearing a drive spin down and then immediately back up over and over (at

Re: 6.2-stable power management

2007-07-09 Thread Pollywog
On Monday 09 July 2007 12:43:45 J.D. Bronson wrote: Is there any way to verify ALL power management is disabled? I have totally disabled it in my BIOS and I have totally disabled it in the hard drives... Yet I keep hearing a drive spin down and then immediately back up over and over (at

Re: X11 forwarding problems in FreeBSD 6.2 - no xauth data?

2007-07-10 Thread Pollywog
On Sunday 08 July 2007 18:03:49 Pollywog wrote: I am having some problems with X11 forwarding. I can do X11 forwarding via ssh between two machines running Linux, but if I try to do this from FreeBSD (KDE) to either of the Linux machines, it only works if I use startx to start KDE on the fbsd

Re: X11 forwarding problems in FreeBSD 6.2 - no xauth data?

2007-07-10 Thread Pollywog
On Tuesday 10 July 2007 14:41:01 Pollywog wrote: I just did 'ssh' to one of the Linux hosts and when the connection was made, I got this: Warning: No xauth data; using fake authentication data for X11 forwarding. Does this possibly have something to do with the problem I

gpg-agent

2007-07-10 Thread Pollywog
I have been having trouble getting gpg-agent to work. kgpg complained about the agent not running. I added this to my ~/.bashrc: GPG_TTY=`tty` export GPG_TTY This seems to have taken care of the problem but it only works when my default shell is bash. If my shell is tcsh, it doesn't work.

Re: gpg-agent

2007-07-10 Thread Pollywog
On Tuesday 10 July 2007 19:24:33 Matt Emmerton wrote: I have been having trouble getting gpg-agent to work. kgpg complained about the agent not running. I added this to my ~/.bashrc: GPG_TTY=`tty` export GPG_TTY This seems to have taken care of the problem but it only works when

Re: X11 forwarding problems in FreeBSD 6.2 - no xauth data? [SOLVED]

2007-07-11 Thread Pollywog
On Wednesday 11 July 2007 23:17:42 Albert Shih wrote: Le 10/07/2007 à 14:41:01-0700, Pollywog a écrit On Sunday 08 July 2007 18:03:49 Pollywog wrote: I am having some problems with X11 forwarding. I can do X11 forwarding via ssh between two machines running Linux, but if I try to do

Re: Mouse deamon problems.

2007-07-11 Thread Pollywog
On Thursday 12 July 2007 00:55:24 Desmond Chapman wrote: I am installing FreeBSD and it does not recognize the USB ports, the PS/2 port, or even the mouse types: Intellimouse, Microsoft Mouse, Generic/Auto. How do I go about enabling the mouse daemon? And yes, I have tried the set up. It

Re: X11 forwarding problems in FreeBSD 6.2 - no xauth data? [SOLVED]

2007-07-12 Thread Pollywog
On Thursday 12 July 2007 13:59:54 Andy Greenwood wrote: I had this same problem recently on my server. the sshd_config man page says that the default location for xauth is /usr/X11R6/bin/xauth, but mine was installed as /usr/local/bin/xauth. adding XAuthLocation /usr/local/bin/xauth to my

Re: www/linux-flashplayer7 - now works with SOUND on youtube

2007-07-12 Thread Pollywog
On Thursday 12 July 2007 19:35:47 RW wrote: I don't recall ever having a problem with sound on youtube with Flash7 - the problems were with Flash9 which relies on ALSA. Does that mean Flash9 is a no-go on FreeBSD? ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org

ssh-copy-id

2007-07-13 Thread Pollywog
Since FreeBSD does not have ssh-copy-id as part of the OpenSSH package, what is the best way to copy a public key to an account on another host? Some Linuxes (Debian and Ubuntu) have a ssh-copy-id script for this in their OpenSSH packages. ___

Re: www/linux-flashplayer7 - now works with SOUND on youtube

2007-07-13 Thread Pollywog
On Saturday 14 July 2007 00:27:40 Nikola Lecic wrote: On Fri, 13 Jul 2007 08:33:04 +1000 Paul Fraser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Actually that's not entirely true - the only problem is sound drops out of sync almost straight away, but otherwise it works just fine. Hm, this is very strange

Re: FreeBSD-6.1 bootup hangs after power failure

2007-07-14 Thread Pollywog
On Saturday 14 July 2007 17:36:05 Tek Bahadur Limbu wrote: Thank you for your tips. I will download the FreeSBIE live CD tomorrow and follow it up with your suggestions. One thing I find FreeBSD very fussy and sensitive in comparison to Linux OSes is that whenever there is an power outage,

Re: FreeBSD-6.1 bootup hangs after power failure

2007-07-14 Thread Pollywog
On Saturday 14 July 2007 18:39:04 Manolis Kiagias wrote: Generally the APC UPSes work fine with FreeBSD. There is the apcupsd port for controlled unattended shutdowns. They work fine in Linux too with the same program. You may also find other solutions that work fine with the nutups program.

Re: connecting user root with ssh

2007-07-24 Thread Pollywog
On Tuesday 24 July 2007 11:33:26 Norberto Meijome wrote: On Wed, 30 May 2007 02:06:38 -0700 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: * If root cannot log in remotely, a cracker has to guess three guess or brute force - so quite long random passwords (or ssh keys) are extremely recommendable. things

Re: ssh X11 forwarding not working on FreeBSD 6.2

2007-07-24 Thread Pollywog
On Tuesday 24 July 2007 15:59:22 Terry Todd wrote: I have installed Xming successfully on a Windows XP system. It works OK to a FC6 system and an older UNIXware system. However when trying to connect to a FreeBSD 6.2 system with PuTTY ssh it doesn't work. PuTTY has Enable X11 forwarding

Re: ssh X11 forwarding not working on FreeBSD 6.2

2007-07-24 Thread Pollywog
On Tuesday 24 July 2007 18:30:59 Lowell Gilbert wrote: I would guess that it's an xauth(1) problem. Make sure that XAuthLocation is set ,in sshd_config(5), to the right path for the xauth executable (probably /usr/local/bin/xauth, if you've done the update to X.Org 7.2. That's just a shot in

Re: Can't burn cds

2007-07-26 Thread Pollywog
On Friday 27 July 2007 02:38:31 Paul Schmehl wrote: --On July 27, 2007 2:07:47 AM + Pollywog [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I had trouble getting CD burning to work, but the FreeBSD Handbook had the info I needed to get it to work. I had to modify my fstab and in order to use k3b, I had

Re: Can't burn cds

2007-07-26 Thread Pollywog
, but it works. The pertinent sections of my fstab: /dev/acd0 /cdrom cd9660 ro,noauto 0 0 /dev/cd0 /usr/home/pollywog/cdrom cd9660 ro,noauto,nodev,nosuid 0 0 I also had to add myself (my username) to the operator group. To make it more convenient, I added

Re: Xvnc query to gdm failing

2007-07-27 Thread Pollywog
sudo find / | grep gdm.conf yields nothing. Where is it storing its settings if not in gdm.conf? Did you check /usr/local/etc/gdm/ ? ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To

Re: oops, what have i done!

2007-07-28 Thread Pollywog
On Saturday 28 July 2007 20:23:16 Erik Trulsson wrote: Short answer: It is perfectly normal. Don't worry. Longer answer: The reason you have all of them installed is that some ports need one of them, and others need another one etc. It is perfectly safe to have all of them installed at

Re: what triggers you have mail

2007-08-02 Thread Pollywog
On Thursday 02 August 2007 15:43:36 David Banning wrote: On Thu, Aug 02, 2007 at 11:05:47AM +1000, Terry Sposato wrote: Hi David, It is most likely coming to your mailbox setup. You can create an alias for it to be delivered appropriately to your maildir. Do what configuration file is

Re: Convince me, please!

2007-08-08 Thread Pollywog
On Thursday 09 August 2007 04:22:26 Latitude wrote: I'm interested in changing over to FreeBSD from Windows, but I'll have to say, you guys don't really present a forceful argument to Windows users of how easy the switch may be. I get knee-deep in FreeBSD jargon the second I get to your

Re: How do I make install clean a port in the background

2007-08-10 Thread Pollywog
On Friday 10 August 2007 01:29:02 Valentin Bud wrote: A good ideea would be to build screen static. In case you update your system, it is possible that the libraries on which screen depends might be deleted. To do so # make CONFIGURE_ENV=LDFLAGS=-static build # make install that will

ldap server and client conflicts, with Postfix and Courier in the mix

2007-08-10 Thread Pollywog
I want to install the LDAP server but it complains that it conflicts with LDAP client: === openldap-server-2.3.37 conflicts with installed package(s): openldap-client-2.3.37 However, attempting to remove the client to make room for the server results in another complaint: pkg_delete:

Re: Share folder over internet

2007-08-16 Thread Pollywog
On Thursday 16 August 2007 21:39:25 Laszlo Nagy wrote: Now I'm starting to loose my enthusiasm about FreeBSD! - sshfs works for Linux, but not for FreeBSD, although ssh is open source and well documented. The guy who developed it says that he could not implement fuse very well because the

Re: Share folder over internet

2007-08-16 Thread Pollywog
On Friday 17 August 2007 04:11:17 Dan Nelson wrote: In the last episode (Aug 17), Pollywog said: On Thursday 16 August 2007 21:39:25 Laszlo Nagy wrote: Now I'm starting to loose my enthusiasm about FreeBSD! - sshfs works for Linux, but not for FreeBSD, although ssh is open source

installing/using phpMyAdmin

2007-08-17 Thread Pollywog
I am running FreeBSD 6.2 and I installed phpMyAdmin from ports, but when I put http://hostname/phpMyAdmin in a browser, I get the requested URL was not found... Is some additional configuration required or is the problem that I can only access phpMyAdmin from localhost? I have not tried that

fusefs-encfs now compiles in 6.2

2007-08-17 Thread Pollywog
Someone suggested I try to compile encfs again and since I updated my system two days ago, I tried again and fusefs-encfs now compiles. ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To

question about reporting bugs

2007-08-17 Thread Pollywog
I have a problem with the jabberd port in FreeBSD 6.2. The script apparently is not being executed on boot, though it works if executed manually. Who gets the bug report, the porter? Is the porter the person named for the port at FreshPorts? ___

Re: installing/using phpMyAdmin

2007-08-17 Thread Pollywog
On Friday 17 August 2007 17:25:46 Matthew Seaman wrote: Yes, there is some more configuration to do. First of all you need to make phpmyadmin appear at an appropriate place in your web tree. That's what the package message is all about -- which you can see again by: pkg_info -Dx

Re: repo-copy (CVS): What dows it mean?

2007-08-17 Thread Pollywog
On Friday 17 August 2007 23:45:36 Harald Schmalzbauer wrote: Hello, english is not my native language so I need some help to understand what people mean when they talk about repo-copy. I often see that in CVS logs. My standard dictionary couldn't help this time... :( repository copy:

Re: question about reporting bugs

2007-08-18 Thread Pollywog
On Saturday 18 August 2007 16:15:53 Nikola Lecic wrote: On Fri, 17 Aug 2007 16:53:27 + Pollywog [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a problem with the jabberd port in FreeBSD 6.2. The script apparently is not being executed on boot, though it works if executed manually. Who gets the bug

problem with supfile

2007-08-18 Thread Pollywog
Someone please tell me why my supfile is not working. I think the problem is the tag but I am unsure why: *default host=cvsup2.FreeBSD.org *default base=/var/db *default prefix=/usr *default release=cvs tag=RELENG_6_2 *default delete use-rel-suffix # If you seem to be limited by CPU rather

Re: problem with supfile

2007-08-18 Thread Pollywog
On Saturday 18 August 2007 19:47:21 Manolis Kiagias wrote: Pollywog wrote: Someone please tell me why my supfile is not working. I think the problem is the tag but I am unsure why: *default host=cvsup2.FreeBSD.org *default base=/var/db *default prefix=/usr *default release=cvs tag

Re: problem with supfile

2007-08-18 Thread Pollywog
On Saturday 18 August 2007 20:26:53 Manolis Kiagias wrote: I suggest you read the example files in /usr/share/examples/cvsup. You will get it instantly. Thanks. I do get it now, after reading your post and looking at the sample files. ___

Re: installing/using phpMyAdmin

2007-08-19 Thread Pollywog
On Sunday 19 August 2007 12:45:24 vuthecuong wrote: Pollywog wrote: I am running FreeBSD 6.2 and I installed phpMyAdmin from ports, but when I put http://hostname/phpMyAdmin in a browser, I get the requested URL was not found... Is some additional configuration required

Re: installing/using phpMyAdmin

2007-08-19 Thread Pollywog
On Sunday 19 August 2007 15:02:04 Gerard wrote: On August 19, 2007 at 10:01AM Pollywog wrote: I did but I think there is another problem somewhere, so for the time being I will do without phpMyAdmin in FreeBSD. Could you post the relevant portions of the httpd.conf file? I have

Re: installing/using phpMyAdmin

2007-08-19 Thread Pollywog
On Sunday 19 August 2007 23:32:58 vuthecuong wrote: You can try by adding slash (/) ad the end of above url it will be looked like: http://hostname/phpMyAdmin/ Thanks, I tried that one too. I am certain it's my configuration. I will have a look at some tutorials, and I am almost certain the

Re: spammers harvesting emaill address from this list

2007-08-23 Thread Pollywog
On Thursday 23 August 2007 21:37:53 dgmm wrote: So rather than look for multiple methods to reduce the amount of incoming to *my* address I should just accept it all and filter it locally? That seems rather irresponsible to me, ANy method which can help stop it source appeaers on the face

Re: spammers harvesting emaill address from this list

2007-08-23 Thread Pollywog
On Friday 24 August 2007 00:22:12 Danny Pansters wrote: I don't want to hijack this, erm, thread, but I get loads of spam (my mail goes through a hosting provider, I (post-)filter locally) and a significant part of it is loaded with technical terms, even FreeBSD specific. I suppose it's meant

Re: harassed by mplayer on FreeBSD-6.1-R amd64

2007-08-24 Thread Pollywog
On Friday 24 August 2007 15:33:19 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, everybody...I've downloaded mplayer but there is not a graphical interface... and how do I configure it? I have used it in Linux and I know that in Linux, to have a graphical interface, one has to specify that during configure,

Re: List of legal Wireless bands

2007-08-26 Thread Pollywog
On Sunday 26 August 2007 17:15:35 Steven wrote: Hi I am looking for a list of wireless bands and sub bands that can be freely used for a private home network. I believe that would depend on the country of one's residence. What is legal in one country might run one afoul of the law (and their

Re: Important Message...

2007-08-30 Thread Pollywog
On Thursday 30 August 2007 15:24:23 Glen Barber wrote: I must reply to about 25 of these per week... but I never hear anything back. Why would you reply to them? You will just get added to more of their lucky lottery lists and maybe get the list added too.

Re: doubts about the freebsd devil

2007-08-31 Thread Pollywog
On Friday 31 August 2007 15:32:26 Jerry McAllister wrote: There will also probably be loads of people replying to tell you that it is not a devil but a character representing a daemon that is a helpful sprite and that it is not a logo, but a mascot. I think that is much less different than

Re: wpa_supplicant question

2007-09-01 Thread Pollywog
On Saturday 01 September 2007 15:07:46 Mel wrote: On Saturday 01 September 2007 16:47:49 Xihong Yin wrote: Thanks, I thought it was the problem of the argument. But I still can not connect to my Access Point using wap_supplicant while I can connect by 'ifconfig'. It always connects to a

Re: Sadly, my tinker-time has run out....

2007-09-02 Thread Pollywog
On Sunday 02 September 2007 23:37:49 Andrew Gould wrote: Don't feel guilty. Keep a FreeBSD server running at home while you travel! You can backup your data securely and use it remotely via tightvnc. Andrew There must be some trick to accessing a FreeBSD server via VNC. I have done it on

Re: Sadly, my tinker-time has run out....

2007-09-02 Thread Pollywog
On Monday 03 September 2007 01:37:23 Predrag Punosevac wrote: There must be some trick to accessing a FreeBSD server via VNC. I have done it on Linux but I could not get it to work in FreeBSD. ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: Sadly, my tinker-time has run out....

2007-09-02 Thread Pollywog
On Monday 03 September 2007 01:46:30 Andrew Gould wrote: On 9/2/07, Pollywog [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sunday 02 September 2007 23:37:49 Andrew Gould wrote: Don't feel guilty. Keep a FreeBSD server running at home while you travel! You can backup your data securely and use

ssh forwarding question

2007-09-03 Thread Pollywog
I installed tightvnc on FreeBSD 6.2 and I start the vncserver on that machine. Thereafter, I can do vnc via ssh to that vncserver from my kubuntu desktop with something like this (hostname is the only thing changed to protect the innocent): ssh -L 15901:localhost:5901 -N -f -l pollywog

Re: ssh forwarding question

2007-09-03 Thread Pollywog
On Monday 03 September 2007 23:08:45 Predrag Punosevac wrote: Pollywog wrote: bind: Can't assign requested address channel_setup_fwd_listener: cannot listen to port: 15901 Could not request local forwarding. It seems to me that you have a problem with a firewall. Look at your own message

Re: ssh forwarding question

2007-09-03 Thread Pollywog
On Monday 03 September 2007 23:08:45 Predrag Punosevac wrote: Pollywog wrote: bind: Can't assign requested address channel_setup_fwd_listener: cannot listen to port: 15901 Could not request local forwarding. It seems to me that you have a problem with a firewall. Look at your own message

Re: ssh forwarding question

2007-09-03 Thread Pollywog
On Tuesday 04 September 2007 00:13:13 Pollywog wrote: On Monday 03 September 2007 23:08:45 Predrag Punosevac wrote: Pollywog wrote: bind: Can't assign requested address channel_setup_fwd_listener: cannot listen to port: 15901 Could not request local forwarding. It seems to me

Re: ssh forwarding question [SOLVED]

2007-09-03 Thread Pollywog
On Tuesday 04 September 2007 00:37:15 Beech Rintoul wrote: Make sure you have this line in /etc/rc.conf: ifconfig_lo0=inet 127.0.0.1 Beech Thanks, I added the line. I did not know it was going to be that simple a fix. ___

loopback won't enable automatically

2007-09-04 Thread Pollywog
I have to manually set the loopback interface after each reboot on one machine (it is a laptop): ifconfig lo0 127.0.0.1 netmask 255.0.0.0 Then everything is fine. I added ifconfig_lo0=127.0.0.1 netmask 255.0.0.0 to /etc/rc.conf but for unknown reasons it now looks like this and I still need

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