Re: Squirrell Mail question

2004-05-14 Thread albi
On Fri, 14 May 2004 09:53:06 -0500 Darryl Hoar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Does squirrell Mail do pop3 as well as smtp ? In other words, must I install a mail server for smtp prior to installing squirrell mail ? Squirrelmail has a pop3-plugin available for fetching pop from pop3-servers but

Re: the most light weight X web browser?

2004-05-08 Thread albi
On Sat, 8 May 2004 11:57:47 +0200 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: But such a slow notebook what browser do you suggest to use? The harddisk don't have much space after the OS is installed, and memory is pretty limited. Epiphany comes to my mind, but it depends on Mozilla and gtk. If there is an

Re: Mystery Ports

2004-05-24 Thread albi
On Mon, 24 May 2004 10:44:40 -0500 Jason Dusek [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: So I have some ports open (111 and 1023) and I don't know why. How do I find out what is keeping them open? I'm told that 111 is related to nfs, so I knocked off nfsiod but that didn't solve the problem... you can look at

Re: remote X display

2004-01-22 Thread albi
On Thu, Jan 22, 2004 at 02:53:53PM +, Jonathon McKitrick wrote: All I want to do is use a laptop in a local network to be an X client connected to a more powerful desktop machine. I'm not worried about security. Is xhosts and the DISPLAY variable all I need? Or do I need to go through

Re: Email Program

2004-01-27 Thread albi
On Tue, 27 Jan 2004 11:07:02 -0600 Chris [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I agree about Evolution however, I myself find it too bloated and sluggish when you email has more then a few thousand mails. hmm, hate to say it, but i don't really like Evolution I prefer KMail - gives you much of the same

Re: smbfs and amd?

2004-02-06 Thread albi
On Fri, 06 Feb 2004 09:46:18 -0600 Kirk Strauser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a server that needs to mount several smbfs filesystems at boot. One obvious option is to make a local rc.d script to do the mounting, but I'm interesting in exploring amd to automount those filesystems on

Re: openoffice-1.1 question...

2004-02-26 Thread albi
On Wed, 25 Feb 2004 19:20:34 -0800 Gary Kline [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On another server I'm trying to build openoffice-1.1. Finally got the Java stuff to build; now I ran into this: === Configuring for openoffice-1.1.0_3 FATAL ERROR: Autoconf version 2.50 or higher is

Re: procmail

2004-02-27 Thread albi
On Fri, 27 Feb 2004 14:56:50 -0600 Brian H [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am trying to get procmail to send email to my Maildir in my home directory, but it keeps putting it in /var/mail/henninb. I am sure I just missed a setting, can someone help point it out. here is how everything is setup

Re: procmail

2004-02-27 Thread albi
On Fri, 27 Feb 2004 17:01:03 -0600 Henning, Brian [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: When I run: gotmail --use-procmail --procmail-bin `which procmail` -u b1henning -p password It delivers in the mbox instead of the Maildir. I tried you recipie changes you sugested and the .procmailrc changes.

Re: Anti-Virus?

2004-02-28 Thread albi
On Sat, 28 Feb 2004 04:14:55 + Andrew Boothman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Mark Weisman wrote: Anyone know of a good Anti-virus software that works on FBSD? If you're looking for something to scan email I constantly hear good things about Vexira MailArmor

Re: BSD 4.8 mouse no work

2004-03-01 Thread albi
On Mon, 1 Mar 2004 01:30:22 -0800 HarryH [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I just installed FreeBSD 4.8 on an old Dell machine. The mouse in a Micro$oft two button Mouse Port Compatible mouse that has a PS/2 (small round) connector. I tried to set it up as a PS/2 mouse on the /dev/sysmouse

Re: Md5sum

2004-03-01 Thread albi
On Tue, 2 Mar 2004 09:24:37 +0800 Stephen Liu [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Where can I find this small program 'md5sum'. I could not find it on CD1 which is the only CD in my possession. on Linux it's called md5sum, on FreeBSD md5 ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: flashplugin-mozilla is marked as broken...?

2004-03-02 Thread albi
On Tue, 02 Mar 2004 11:18:58 +0900 Rob [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: How am I ever be able to convince my labmembers that FreeBSD is so much better than M$-Window$, if they get stuck on FreeBSD already after two minutes by simply browsing with Mozilla to their favorite webpage? if you think

Re: flashplugin-mozilla is marked as broken...?

2004-03-02 Thread albi
On Tue, 02 Mar 2004 17:46:57 +0900 Rob [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: you know that if you want flash in your browser in FreeBSD you need to use the flash-plugin for Linux ? So can I thus combine: FreeBSD-mozilla + linux-flash-plugin ? i'm afraid not, you need to run linux-mozilla +

Re: Postfix, amavisd-new, clamav, spamassasin

2004-03-03 Thread albi
On Wed, 3 Mar 2004 15:10:16 +0200 Gareth Bailey [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I see there is a hook in the amavisd-new config file for hooking up to a virus scanner, but the spam section seems to just use spamassasin without me having to specify the program to run. Is SA included in amavisd-new?

Re: Monitoring TCP/IP traffic

2004-03-04 Thread albi
On Thu, 4 Mar 2004 11:44:48 + (GMT) Francisco Reyes [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there is anything like TOP for TCP/IP? I saw ntop in ports, but it seems only analyzes LAN/internal subnet. you could try ethereal (/usr/ports/net/ethereal) ? ___

Re: Jail setup

2004-03-04 Thread albi
On Thu, 04 Mar 2004 17:31:55 -0600 Chris Meyers [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I need to set up a new mail server at a different building, so I thought I would put sendmail and its services (virus scanning etc.) in a jail to be a bit more secure. I thought that before I do this for real I would try

Re: Where to find e2fsck?

2004-03-05 Thread albi
On Fri, 5 Mar 2004 22:02:30 +0200 Kyryll A Mirnenko [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: There's very stupid problem when using EXT2[3]FS partitions read-write on FreeBSD that after power failure you have nothing to check it (e.g. apropriate fsck) and can't use it rw any more (I've no linux on my

Re: Recommend MTA

2004-03-07 Thread albi
On Mon, 8 Mar 2004 10:23:18 +1030 Greg 'groggy' Lehey [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Saturday, 6 March 2004 at 20:50:11 -0600, Michael Madden wrote: Which MTA is the recommended one to use on FreeBSD? I've noticed sendmail is installed by default, but my book I've been learning FreeBSD from

Re: setting up network virtual hosts (ifconfig)

2004-03-08 Thread albi
On Mon, 08 Mar 2004 16:07:41 -0800 Jason Williams [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: For instance, I had this in my rc.conf: ifconfig_fxp0=inet netmask and tried to add this: ifconfig_fxp0_alias0=inet netmask e.g. something like this works fine

Re: Moving SSH port off of port 22

2004-03-09 Thread albi
On Tue, 09 Mar 2004 09:01:42 -1000 Jason Halbert [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I need some help moving SSH off of port 22, preferably onto port 23 and disabling telnet. Can I do this just by changing something in /etc/services or by means of a firewall? I have a firewall installed on the box and

Re: openSSL certificate key's

2004-03-17 Thread albi
On Thu, 18 Mar 2004 00:24:07 +0100 Martijn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I was wondering if anyone could tell me how I can generate my openSSL certificate key's. for apache ? e.g. in the apache13-modssl port you can try to use : make certificate for courier-imap, there are tools included to make a

Re: KDE 3.2.1

2004-03-20 Thread albi
On Sat, 20 Mar 2004 01:55:28 -0600 Chris [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is it me? Or does KDE 3.2.1 seem to run much faster then 3.2.0? i'm also curious to the answer of that question! :) btw, compiled yourself or are there several packages out there ?

amavisd-new errors after portupgrade

2004-03-21 Thread albi
here's the error with the upgraded amavisd-new : /usr/local/etc/rc.d/ restart Stopping amavisd. Waiting for PIDS: 976. Starting amavisd. ERROR: MISSING REQUIRED BASIC MODULES: Carp::Heavy BEGIN failed--compilation aborted at /usr/local/sbin/amavisd line 124. after using Google for

Re: openssl-0.9.7d vs STABLE

2004-03-30 Thread albi
On Tue, 30 Mar 2004 19:16:52 +0100 Stacey Roberts [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is openssl-0.9.7d in STABLE yet? $ uname -v FreeBSD 4.9-STABLE #0: Mon Mar 29 22:52:04 BST 2004 in ports it still seems to be openssl 0.9.7c*, not sure about the base-system

Re: Newbie help: domain name servers and (inter)networking.

2004-04-12 Thread albi
On Mon, 12 Apr 2004 15:38:03 -0400 Lisa [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I do not currently have a /etc/resolve.conf - is it safe for me to just create that? without a valid /etc/resolv.conf no internet (surfing) is possible (unless you use ip-addresses by heart e.g.) if you want to surf the internet

Re: have i been hacked?

2004-04-14 Thread albi
On Wed, 14 Apr 2004 16:08:08 + Daniela [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: aragorn# ls -l /bin/rcp -r-sr-xr-x 1 root wheel 18392 Feb 23 20:41 /bin/rcp (notice the size!, someone mentioned that already on the list..) So obviously something weird happened. That needn't be the case. Mine

Re: Simple Network Question

2004-04-15 Thread albi
On Thu, 15 Apr 2004 14:35:52 +0200 (CEST) [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I found in the docs to change the network configuration I have to assign the new IP and netmask in /etc/rc.conf to my network card. Am I also right assinging new servers for DNS lookups in /etc/resolv.conf using this syntax?

Re: Apache problem

2004-04-19 Thread albi
On Mon, 19 Apr 2004 18:56:05 +0900 Jiye Zeng [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I installed FreeBSD 5.2.1 without X. Since I intend to use the system as an internal server for our research group, I installed no package except for mod_php4-4.3.5_7,1 and mc-4.6.0_7. Apache-1.3.29_3 and a few other

Re: network slows 1000x

2005-01-07 Thread albi
Blake Freeburg wrote: When a lot of traffic flows across the interface from internal to external networks, I find that the natd appears to get congested, making ping times to the next hop (still on my network) go from .1 ms to 1000s of ms. Rebooting fixes it --- cut - This happens

Re: openoffice on 5.3-RELEASE

2005-01-07 Thread albi
Duane Winner wrote:'s always OpenOffice that gives me headaches. I tried to just do a pkg_add -rv openoffice and that got me openoffice-1.1.2, which I guess I could live with until it gets fixed, but then I discovered during 'openoffice-1.1.2-setup' that characters were overlapping

Re: openoffice on 5.3-RELEASE

2005-01-07 Thread albi
albi wrote: there's more info here : build-instructions, known problems and alternative downloads on the webpage above mentioned the link that says : OOo 1.1.3 for 4.10 and 1.1.2 for 5.2.1-RELEASE actually has OOo 1.1.3 for 5.3 for download

Re: openoffice on 5.3-RELEASE

2005-01-07 Thread albi
Duane Winner wrote: Thanks! I was able to find OOo_1.1.3_FreeBSD53Intel_install.tbz and get that installed and working. nice I still had the bad user interface fonts, but I found that to be a problem with my xorg config, and I (mostly) fixed it. I sitll have some minor 'ticks' snuggled inside

Re: About ports dist

2005-01-07 Thread albi
Martin Gonzalez wrote: When I try to install the distribution, it sends an error message that says it cannot find the packages/INDEX on the specified media. I checked on the CD 2, and there it is, the full ports collection, but the index file is named INDEX-5 instead of INDEX, so I think

Re: How to back-rev?

2005-01-11 Thread albi
John wrote: I think I may have been too eager to go to Major Release 5 of FreeBSD. I'm having a lot of trouble with my laptop - with my WIFI cards freezing the system, and trying to make the swith from XFree86 to Xorg. if i were you i would backup your data and try a fresh 5.3 install, one other

Re: How to use X without installing X?

2005-01-13 Thread albi
Richard Morse wrote: Apparently, in order to run the installer for 9i, it needs X. But, I figure it shouldn't need all of X, because I intend to connect via `ssh -X` from a different computer which is running X to actualy do the display. However, even once I've installed 'x11/xorg-libraries',

Re: this IMAP stuff is kicking my @$$...

2005-01-14 Thread albi
Eric F Crist wrote: What I need is a slightly different setup for my users. As I mentioned in an earlier email, I want to install an IMAP server. From what I've gleaned from various sources, I need to change from mbox format to maildir. Is this correct? no, this is not correct, it depends

Re: this IMAP stuff is kicking my @$$...

2005-01-14 Thread albi
Eric F Crist wrote: Here's my final question: SquirrelMail config. I've got egroupware working flawlessly with IMAP-UW. I use my standard unix user/pass for mail retrieval. In SquirrelMail, I get an invalid user/pass error? What am I missing? afair squirrelmail depends on Maildir-format

Re: Will my friend's computer work with FreeBSD?

2005-01-15 Thread albi
Kevin Kinsey wrote: Motherboard: Asus A7V8x-x, chipset VIA-KT400, with onboard sound, LAN, ATA133, USB Doubt that's much of an issue. And, in regard to your assertation about sound, I've never had much trouble with sound and FreeBSD, regardless of the card or onboard chipset, except for a

Re: Configuring X

2005-01-17 Thread albi
Walker, Michael wrote: I have used XFree86 on this laptop before, however that was using FreeBSD 5.2.1 and it worked fine. hmm, how did you configure it back then ? :) And it also works fine on my desktop machine (that to has a Intel i810 controller) Does anyone have any ideas where in my setup I

Re: Webmin setup?

2005-01-21 Thread albi
I just installed FreeBSD 5.3 on my old Celeron testbed/backup server (First-time FreeBSD user here, Linux before). I did 'pkg_add -r webmin' to install webmin, and I added 'webmin_enable=YES' to /etc/rc.conf, but haven't a clue what to do now to set it up. the

Re: Network Printing - Please put me out of my misery

2005-01-22 Thread albi
gabriel wrote: I call this e-mail Network Printing because that, along with many other strings I've been googling for the past two days. This is the situation, I've got an HP PSC2510 and I've gotten everything working (copier, fax, scanner) except for the printing. I've got this printer connected

Re: Network Printing - Please put me out of my misery

2005-01-22 Thread albi
gabriel wrote: I'm not sure what you mean by try the jetdirect, - I had cupsd running and I accessed and configured a printer in localhost:631, however, when the time came to print a test page, it wouldnt, a page would be printed out that says *** Unable to open the initial device, quiting. in

Re: Who generates the daily, weekly, monthly reports on FreeBSD?

2005-01-22 Thread albi
Anthony Atkielski wrote: Speaking of reports, how do the daily, monthly, and weekly reports output by FreeBSD get generated? I see nothing when I do a crontab -l from root, but there's stuff under /etc/crontab. check the /etc/periodic/ dir ___

Re: 1 cpu + 2 monitors + 2 keybord/mouse + FreeBSD, is it possible??

2005-01-23 Thread albi
Mark Jayson Alvarez wrote: FreeBSD is multi-user right? yes I know this setup but only when other users are logging in remotely via another pc. I just want to know if it is possible for me to just buy 1 more monitor, a mouse and a keyboard and just dig a hole between my brother's room and mine

Re: gnome desktop ?

2005-01-23 Thread albi
faisal gillani wrote: Well i installed all the packages needed for gnome desktop , but when i startx a plain dull desktop manager comes , what can be wrong ? how to start gnome ? install gdm, or try the following : echo gnome-session ~/.xinitrc and type startx

Re: does freebsd has a bit torrent client ?

2005-01-28 Thread albi
Gert Cuykens wrote: cant find it in ports cd /usr/ports/ make search key=bittorrent :) ___ mailing list To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: does freebsd has a bit torrent client ?

2005-01-28 Thread albi
please dont tell me bittorent just installed mozilla and all that phyton ... to go to the internet and show the face of the developer when you do this : ( one thing you can do is like for example this : 1) fetch the bittorent file : fetch

Re: 2 quick firewall questions for FreBSD

2005-01-29 Thread albi
Andy Firman wrote: Second, I would like to replace my Linux gateway running Shorewall. Shorewall is a nice package for managing the netfilter firewall capabilities of the Linux kernel. Is there something similar for FreeBSD? personally i don't like Shorewall at all but.. imho m0n0wall rocks :

Re: ipfw not working any more after upgrade to 5.3

2005-01-29 Thread albi
Roberto Nunnari wrote: I just upgraded my FreeBSD box to 5.3-RELEASE-p5 from 5.2.1-RELEASE-p9 and now I can no longer use ipfw to fwd from one port to another: # ipfw add fwd,8180 tcp from any to 80 ipfw: getsockopt(IP_FW_ADD): Invalid argument do you have the line :

Re: apache+SSL, which port?

2005-01-31 Thread albi
Mark Ovens wrote: I want to install apache with SSL but there are two ports, www/apache13-modssl and www/apache13-ssl What is the difference, and which is the best to install? i think the apache13-ssl has SSL build in, the other uses a module for SSL It is just for use on my home LAN but I

Re: apache+SSL, which port?

2005-02-01 Thread albi
Mark Ovens wrote: Anyway, it's all working now, except that when I try to connect to squirrelmail in a browser I just get a directory listing of /usr/local/www/squirrelmail. I've reinstalled squirrelmail and run the configure script. Alias in httpsd.conf is copied from the old httpd.conf:

Re: Book Recomendations

2005-02-02 Thread albi
Nick Pavlica wrote: I'm looking at deploying FreeBSD on my servers and would like your book recommendations. We will probably be using 4.11 or 5.3 or on our servers. the first book to start with is here : :)

Re: reconfigure php4-extensions

2005-02-02 Thread albi
Richard Bradley wrote: Now I want to install some extensions that I didn't choose the first time round, but I can't get the menu to reappear. I have tried: make clean make make deinstall make reinstall make configure you might want to try : make distclean that did the trick for me afair

Re: xine bus error

2005-02-06 Thread albi
Gert Cuykens wrote: playing mp3's with xmms works perfect but when i open the same mp3 in xine i get this ? why would you want to mp3s with xine ? mplayer is imho the better video-player for playing (streaming) mp3 and ogg anyway I# xine This is xine (X11 gui) - a free video player v0.99.3. (c)

Re: xine bus error

2005-02-06 Thread albi
Gert Cuykens wrote: How do you install mplayer without skins ? you could try : cd /usr/ports/multimedia/mplayer-skins make NO_CHECKSUM=yes install and then compile mplayer itself ___ mailing list

Re: xine bus error

2005-02-06 Thread albi
Gert Cuykens wrote: you could try : cd /usr/ports/multimedia/mplayer-skins make NO_CHECKSUM=yes install and then compile mplayer itself Will the no check sum only be applied to the skin port only ? yes PS why does the maintainer not fix the port ? no idea, life is short, time is not cheap etc.

Re: /var Full

2005-02-07 Thread albi
Warren wrote: im trying to get cacti working, but since im using a small P2 300 machine with a small hdd my /var has suddenly become full and im wodering what is safe and not safe so to speak to del in the /var dir .. the following are the dir's i have. --- cut drwxr-xr-x 2 rootwheel

Re: /var Full

2005-02-07 Thread albi
Warren wrote: Sadly neither the log dir nor mail had much in it since they where the 1st 2 i also thought of. what about /var/tmp ? also, a du -h /var might help ___ mailing list

Re: is there a cheat-sheet for WINE?

2005-02-08 Thread albi
Gary Kline wrote: The sh tools/wineinstall did an incomplete job. I have ~/.wine/config i nstalled, but I'm missing something because runnning wine or wine --help yields: fixme:file:get_default_drive_device auto detection of DOS devices not supported on this platform Warning: the specified

Re: Help to get Sound functioning on FreeBSD 5.3

2005-02-08 Thread albi
Ean Kingston wrote: I've been having problems getting sound to work on FreeBSD 5.3. It worked find on 4.10 (before the upgrade) using the new sound system. --- quote handbook If you are not sure which driver to use, you may try to load the snd_driver module: # kldload

size mismatches while installing/downloading enigmail

2005-02-12 Thread albi
hi, paranoid mode on can someone explain the errors below ? (just did a cvsup for ports make fetchindex, and only the one from seems to be fine) [ [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/usr/ports/mail/enigmail ] # make install === Vulnerability check disabled, database not found =

Re: umask

2005-02-16 Thread albi
On Wed, 16 Feb 2005 16:50:56 +0100 koen de wijs [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a question aboout the umask under FreeBSD. I couldn't find what it exactly is. It is something for setting files how you set the 'xrwxrwxrw' I found a file where you could chance it but don't knwo anymore what it

Re: looking for a shell editor

2005-03-24 Thread albi
Looking for a shell editor that can open two files at the same time on the same screen splitting the screen horizontal ? Please dont answer emac or vi they are not made for teletubies :( I like the ee or mc editor but i dont think mc editor can open two files at the same time/ joe does,

Re: ssh - restricted shell

2005-03-30 Thread albi
On Wed, 30 Mar 2005 16:02:39 -0500 Duane Winner [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: We have a server that we use for mostly internal development, and run an SSH server. We have an outsider who we want to allow to ssh into this server and do some work. i'm a jail-fan, go for a ssh-only-jail :)

Re: webalizer package installation

2005-04-03 Thread albi
1) How to install gd and png libraries? Can you provide me url? How to check they are installed or not? see below 2) I also want to install a JAVA on freeBSD. What are the packages requires, how to install them. I know pkg_add command. see here for installing java on FreeBSD :

Re: qemu

2005-10-23 Thread albi
I discouvered QEMU today and I think it is an amazing program. fully agreed :) Just to be sure and on the safe site: Will the command qemu -hda win98se.img -boot d -user-net do as I think it will do: .. boot from my cdrom device so I can install windows from it to the win98se.img file? i

Re: Reading Startup Message Prior to Start Menu

2005-10-26 Thread albi
/dmesg btw) -- grtjs, albi gpg-key: lynx -dump | gpg --import ___ mailing list To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: sound on FreeBSD

2005-10-29 Thread albi
installation/config + testing sound (and after installing mpg123 and ogg123 try playing mp3- and oggfiles) -- grtjs, albi gpg-key: lynx -dump | gpg --import ___ mailing list

Re: backup strategies

2005-10-30 Thread albi
consider trying rdiff-backup -- grtjs, albi gpg-key: lynx -dump | gpg --import ___ mailing list http

Re: Secure File Copy

2005-11-15 Thread albi
similar to the cp command. here's an example : scp -r [EMAIL PROTECTED]:/path_to_files/ ~/ (instead of the ~/ in the end you can use a dot) -- grtjs, albi gpg-key: lynx -dump | gpg --import ___ freebsd-questions

Re: How to access filesystem on 2nd disk ...

2005-11-22 Thread albi
on the 2nd drive? no -- grtjs, albi gpg-key: lynx -dump | gpg --import ___ mailing list To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Removing packages

2005-12-02 Thread albi
to find the correct package name. pkg_info |grep -i openoffice .. doesn't help ? cd /usr/ports/editors/ ; make deinstall is also an idea -- grtjs, albi gpg-key: lynx -dump | gpg --import ___ freebsd

Re: How often portupgrades?

2005-12-04 Thread albi
Kiffin Gish wrote: Then one seriously wonders what the benefit is of upgraded more than once every few months or so. install portaudit, run portaudit -Fda, and make your own choice about what to upgrade with portaudit installed you will also see nightly portaudit-checks in your daily

Re: Ports vs Packages

2005-12-13 Thread albi
server would still use the same locations for both? yes, afaik ports and packages both use /usr/local as prefix (the makeworld base however uses /usr as prefix) -- grtjs, albi gpg-key: lynx -dump | gpg --import ___ freebsd

Re: run commands on boot/loading modules

2005-12-15 Thread albi
-firmware -m bss kldload snd_ich /etc/rc.local would be the place to add commands like that -- grtjs, albi gpg-key: lynx -dump | gpg --import ___ mailing list

Re: HP Scanner:: zilch

2005-12-22 Thread albi
that the module is there. My two USB ports seem to be alive. Is there a command to double-check?? two commands to try : scanimage -L sane-find-scanner (you might want to try this as root if you don't find anything as a normal user, after (scanner is found) that fix permissions) -- grtjs, albi

Re: mail spool in user dir

2005-12-26 Thread albi
use Openwebmail for a webmail interface . yes, you have to change this in the config of Openwebmail as well -- grtjs, albi gpg-key: lynx -dump | gpg --import ___ mailing list http

Re: Quick Install Question

2005-12-27 Thread albi
anyway???) first install the Microsoft-OS, and then FreeBSD (and make sure there's 1 primary partition left for FreeBSD to install on) see also : -- grtjs, albi gpg-key: lynx -dump | gpg --import

Re: Install FreeBSD on a remote server

2006-03-22 Thread albi
5.4 only. what about installing FreeBSD 5.4 like that and then upgrade to 6.0 ? i've successfully upgraded from 5.4 to 6.0 remotely, perhaps a bit risky, but it worked for me :-) -- grtjs, albi gpg-key: lynx -dump | gpg --import

Re: Strange behavior

2006-03-22 Thread albi
netmask 0xff00 for some reason you only have the ipv6 stuff there it looks like -- grtjs, albi gpg-key: lynx -dump | gpg --import ___ mailing list

using ports without X

2006-03-26 Thread albi
at all? tia -- grtjs, albi gpg-key: lynx -dump | gpg --import ___ mailing list To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: using ports without X

2006-03-26 Thread albi
Kris Kennaway wrote: On Sun, Mar 26, 2006 at 09:33:19PM +0200, albi wrote: i wanted to try madman from ports on a local fileserver, but i prefer not to compile X and Qt for this, is that possible ? You can't use Qt-based graphical applications without Qt or an X server, no. well

Re: server crashing/deadlocking

2006-03-27 Thread albi
Chris wrote: A server running freebsd 6.0 stopped responding and recovered via remote reboot mechanism. -- cut for brevity -- I also want to know by enabling console.log will it catch everything that pops up on the screen and if no how do I do that? yes, it should do that -- grtjs, albi

Re: Postfix inside a jail

2006-03-27 Thread albi
, but with this option in /usr/local/etc/postfix/ : inet_interfaces = # where is the ip-address of the jail -- grtjs, albi gpg-key: lynx -dump | gpg --import ___

Re: Postfix inside a jail

2006-03-27 Thread albi
it doesn't influence the mynetworks settings at all -- grtjs, albi gpg-key: lynx -dump | gpg --import ___ mailing list To unsubscribe, send any

Re: repeated ssh login attempts/failure/break-in attempts from kiddy script

2006-03-31 Thread albi
-- grtjs, albi gpg-key: lynx -dump | gpg --import ___ mailing list To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Saving in MAILDIR format with Sendmail

2006-04-01 Thread albi
/Maildir/ MAILDIR=$HOME/Maildir/ PMDIR=$HOME/.procmail LOGFILE=$PMDIR/log the / is about other procmail-rules, e.g. : :0 * [EMAIL PROTECTED] .Junk/ -- grtjs, albi gpg-key: lynx -dump | gpg --import ___ freebsd-questions

Re: freeBSD user

2006-04-15 Thread albi
will block pings. Kill the sub-system service. indeed, it's possible that this is the case, you can use mtr in FreeBSD to try to traceroute them (mtr doesn't use ping) instead su - cd /usr/ports/net/mtr make install -- grtjs, albi gpg-key: lynx -dump | gpg --import

Re: vsftpd wont start at boot

2006-04-15 Thread albi
to use the rc.d/ script or not if you don't have this script, i've just copied it here : -- grtjs, albi gpg-key: lynx -dump | gpg --import ___ mailing list http

Re: vsftpd wont start at boot

2006-04-15 Thread albi
can get it set up that the daemon will start if i have to reboot my server. weird, i have only this in /etc/rc.conf : vsftpd_enable=YES and nothing (related) in /etc/rc.local i'm using 6.1-PRERELEASE and vsftpd-2.0.4 here's my working vsftpd.conf : -- grtjs

Re: System user creation

2006-04-16 Thread albi
I am trying to create a system user for a program to use. I haven't found any specific instructions for doing this in the FreeBSD manual or Absolute FreeBSD. The program exits with an error saying it can't create/write to a pid file. I believe it is the way I used adduser to create it and I

Re: a favorite graphical ftp client?

2006-04-16 Thread albi
i would like to ask the list for opinions on a good graphical ftp client for a freebsd desktop. before i try them all, id like to get a few recomendations :) gftp is quite nice imho -- ___

Re: sudo port

2006-04-17 Thread albi
: visudo (if you don't like vi, then do e.g. export EDITOR=nano if you prefer nano) you should try to use visudo because it helps you to prevent making syntax-errors which can save you a few grey hairs (and try : pkg_info -L sudo* and discover it's in /usr/local/etc :-) -- grtjs, albi gpg-key: lynx

Re: Is Squirrelmail the best webmail choice?

2006-04-18 Thread albi
sqwebmail within a jail gave me some annoying smtp-problems though if you have mbox-style mailboxes you can try openwebmail, it has a lot of features (all in the ports) -- grtjs, albi gpg-key: lynx -dump | gpg --import

Re: Several questions

2006-04-18 Thread albi
behind my back. i would suggest to start with a dual-boot, re-partitioning can easily be done with gparted : gparted is an open-source equivalent to the commercial closed-source partition-magic -- grtjs, albi gpg-key: lynx -dump

Re: x?

2006-04-18 Thread albi
it has stopped working. Only thing i have installed since was sudo. sudo startx works, but loads the root session, i would prefer my own... Any ideas? rm -rf ~/.Xauthority and try starting X again -- grtjs, albi gpg-key: lynx -dump | gpg --import

Re: x?

2006-04-18 Thread albi
with these files seem related to KDE and gnome only, windowmanagers like icewm and windowmaker don't seem to have these problems afair -- grtjs, albi gpg-key: lynx -dump | gpg --import ___ mailing

Re: k3b

2006-04-19 Thread albi
/gnomebaker -- grtjs, albi gpg-key: lynx -dump | gpg --import ___ mailing list To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: You don't have permission to access /pipermail/ on this server.

2006-04-22 Thread albi
On Sat, Apr 22, 2006 at 03:46:21PM -0800, Noah wrote: looks like the directories have proper permissions: typhoon# ls -ld /usr/local/mailman/archives/private drwxrws--- 103 mailman mailman 2560 Apr 21 21:49 /usr/local/mailman/archives/private typhoon# ls -ld

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