I have just installed FreeBSD 4.9 and am having problems with Apache2 and
I used the ports, which was updated immediately after install, and did a
'make install clean' for both apache2 and mod_perl2, more specifically
apache-2.0.48_2 and mod_perl2-1.99r12.
I have not gotten fancy yet
I've gotten a hold of the native binary from the FreeBSD Foundation's
website. I've downloaded and actually been able to compile and run a couple
of little apps by launching them with the full path to the java or javac
binary from an xterm window, (/home/me/diablo-jdk1.3.1/bin/java myApp). How
I originally posted this question to the Apache list and was strongly
encouraged to try here.
I have a FreeBSD 4.8 server running Apache 2.0.48a (installed from the
ports). This server is dedicated to hosting files for download through http
and ftp. 99.99% of the downloads occur through http.
You can use the refuse file to omit branches. I've attached my cvsupfile and
my refuse file to give you an idea as to how this works. I placed my
cvsupfile in /usr/local/etc and the refuse file goes in /user/local/etc/sup.
I then call cvsup -g -L 2 /usr/local/etc/cvsupfile. The directory locations
I need to run a script that checks to see if a large directory has finished
copying onto my FreeBSD hosted Samba server. My script currently uses 'du
-s' to check the directory size. My problem is that the check can occur
while the directory is still being copied, so the du commend takes a long
If you are using natd and have recompiled your kernel with the appropriate
options then this should work for you.
These are entries to your /etc/rc.conf, (just a starting point, you can fine
tune to your needs):
I've got a few FreeBSD boxes running SAMBA as file servers on our LAN.
Our client workstations are all Windows OS's including 98SE, Win2K and WinXP
I've been looking long and hard for ways to improve the I/O of networked
Our utilizations of the servers vary from a few large,
Not to beat a dead horse but here are a couple of extra points to offer.
From a Base/Minimal install of 5.2.1 I got a current ports tree with
Next, I install linux-base:
make install clean
edit /etc/rc.conf to contain
Dick Davies wrote:
* Norman Uittenbogaart [EMAIL PROTECTED] [1010 16:10]:
I'm trying to write a backup script for postgres and us a crontab on it.
In the manual it says for pg_dumpall make $HOME/.pgpass so it won't ask
for a password.
Now I made the .pgpass in root's homedir (i wanted to use
Mike Jeays wrote:
On Wed, 2004-10-13 at 14:22, Laszlo Antal wrote:
I have FreeBSD 4.10 installed.
When I mount the cdrom with #mount -t cd9660 /dev/acd0c /cdrom
everything works fine.I can get to my ports and everything
But when I want to swap cds and I type #umount /cdrom
I get this error
You were given some good starting points for on line docs to get your
more familiar with what you're getting into.
With a little effort in bringing yourself up to speed with FreeBSD, you
will find how incredibly easy it is to build a
robust, secure, stable and reliable system where you get what
Ronnie Clark wrote:
Is there an easy way to install mod_php5 so that it
has GD and MySQL support? There used to be a graphical
menu that came up for these options, but it is no
Any help is appreciated.
to the developers for hands
down 'The Best OS' on the planet and to the individuals on this list who
have consistently taken time from their day to offer their technical
expertise and talent in an effort to further FreeBSD!
growisofs is your solution. It is in the dvd+r-tools port in
This was supposed to be a front end to mkisofs and therefore handles
most of the options that mkisofs has.
It also allows you to burn directly to disc! (I use this one a lot,
great for backups).
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