FreeBSD-4.8-p10 -- Random reboots after swapping motherboard, cpu, memory

2003-09-26 Thread nw1
September 26, 2003 I initially installed 4.4 or 4.5 (Dec., 2001) subsequently cvsup'ing since then (currently at 4.8-p10); using the following hardware: Main board - Tyan Tiger-MP (S-2460) | chipset: AMD-760 MPX SMP using - AMD-MP 1800+'s Ram - 768MB (crucial.com) AGP - Matrox G450 eTV

FreeBSD-4.8-p10 -- Random reboots after swapping motherboard, cpu, memory

2003-09-26 Thread nw1
September 26, 2003 I initially installed 4.4 or 4.5 (Dec., 2001) subsequently cvsup'ing since then (currently at 4.8-p10); using the following hardware: Main board - Tyan Tiger-MP (S-2460) | chipset: AMD-760 MPX SMP using - AMD-MP 1800+'s Ram - 768MB (crucial.com) AGP - Matrox G450 eTV Floppy

FreeBSD 4.8-P10 --Mouse doesn't move in the console or XFree86--

2003-09-28 Thread nw1
Neither mouse will work in the console or in XFree86. Gigabyte GA-6BXDS = main board BIOS= AWARD (2A69KG01) ver. 4.51PG In the PCI/ISA section of the BIOS, a USB setting of: Assign IRQ For USB: Enabled (is set) There is also a USB Keyboard Support setting within the BIOS's INTERGRATED

Update to earlier post (corrections)

2003-09-28 Thread nw1
There were errors in an earlier post with a subject: FreeBSD 4.8-P10 --Mouse doesn't move in the console or XFree86-- The udated particulars are posted at: 69.3.136.141/freebsd/usb_mouse.txt Cheese ___ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list

Re: Update to earlier post (corrections)

2003-09-28 Thread nw1
it, that still hasn't worked. - Original Message - From: Kent Stewart [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: nw1 [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, September 28, 2003 11:33 AM Subject: Re: Update to earlier post (corrections) On Sunday 28 September 2003 08:22 am, nw1 wrote: There were errors

Re: FreeBSD 4.8-P10 --Mouse doesn't move in the console or XFree86--

2003-09-28 Thread nw1
Alex: please see the update/corrections to this post at http://69.3.136.141/freebsd/usb_mouse.txt - Original Message - From: Alex de Kruijff [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: nw1 [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, September 28, 2003 1:44 PM Subject: Re: FreeBSD 4.8-P10 --Mouse

Re: FreeBSD-4.8-p10 -- Random reboots after swapping motherboard, cpu, memory

2003-09-29 Thread nw1
be most appreciated Thanks. :-) - Original Message - From: anubis [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: nw1 [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, September 29, 2003 6:23 AM Subject: Re: FreeBSD-4.8-p10 -- Random reboots after swapping motherboard, cpu, memory On Sat, 27 Sep 2003 06:48 am, nw1 wrote

4.8-RELEASE-p13 -and- ntpd

2003-10-06 Thread nw1
Our ntpd host syncs with the external public servers, but our local clients, using ntpdate to sync with the ntpd host (on the same sub-net), fails. Using ntpdate from the same local clients to any external public time-server works without problems. The details are posted at:

Re: Update to earlier post (corrections)

2003-10-09 Thread nw1
once again works now that the (S-2466) boards are back online. Would this be a case of: a) Murphys' Law b) Murphy gigabyte/chipset/controller c) Gigabyte/chipset/controller d) Bad Karma Thanks for your previous input. - Original Message - From: Kent Stewart [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: nw1

Re: 4.8-RELEASE-p13 -and- ntpd

2003-10-10 Thread nw1
] To: nw1 [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Thursday, October 09, 2003 8:52 AM Subject: Re: 4.8-RELEASE-p13 -and- ntpd nw1 [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: Our ntpd host syncs with the external public servers, but our local clients, using ntpdate to sync with the ntpd host (on the same sub-net

Drive Geometry -- confusion.

2003-10-29 Thread nw1
FreeBSD 4.8-RELEASE-p13 This document can also be viewed @ https://69.3.136.141/freebsd/installation/geometry Install 4.8 from CD-rom Drive Geometry confusion. My BIOS allows me a very limited amount of settings when it comes to an HDD. The following are the only settings offered by my BIOS:

Re: Drive Geometry -- confusion.

2003-10-29 Thread nw1
someone explain what to do and, why? for future reference. - Original Message - From: Jim [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: nw1 [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Wednesday, October 29, 2003 8:46 AM Subject: RE: Drive Geometry -- confusion. -Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED

sysctl variables not showing. -- FreeBSD-4.8-P13

2003-11-02 Thread nw1
FreeBSD 4.8-RELEASE-p13 The machine overheats. sysctl variables unable to be seen. Box-1 = NFS-server (the problem machine) Box-2 and above are NFS-clients The short version of the problem: After some overheating issues using: Two (2) AMD 1800+ MP processors In a Tyan Tiger MP (S-2460), it

Overheating attributed to Freebsd --sysctl variables not available--

2003-11-03 Thread nw1
The problem can be viewed @: http://69.3.136.141/freebsd/installation/sysctl_variables_missing Basically, the machine is overheating (I believe) because the cpu's aren't cycling down. Previously I was able to cycle the processors down with the following sysctl variables:

Re: Overheating attributed to Freebsd --sysctl variables not available--

2003-11-03 Thread nw1
problem is solved. See what I mean? --- nw1 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The problem can be viewed @: http://69.3.136.141/freebsd/installation/sysctl_variables_missing Basically, the machine is overheating (I believe) because the cpu's aren't cycling down. Previously I was able to cycle

Re: Overheating attributed to Freebsd --sysctl variables notavailable--

2003-11-03 Thread nw1
PROTECTED] To: nw1 [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, November 03, 2003 10:10 PM Subject: Re: Overheating attributed to Freebsd --sysctl variables notavailable-- On Mon, 2003-11-03 at 17:38, nw1 wrote: The problem can be viewed @: http://69.3.136.141/freebsd/installation

Re: Overheating attributed to Freebsd --sysctl variables notavailable--

2003-11-03 Thread nw1
. Wouldn't you think? - Original Message - From: Jud [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: nw1 [EMAIL PROTECTED]; peter lageotakes [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, November 03, 2003 9:53 PM Subject: Re: Overheating attributed to Freebsd --sysctl variables notavailable-- On Mon, 3

Re: Overheating attributed to Freebsd --sysctl variables notavailable--

2003-11-03 Thread nw1
. Details @ http://69.3.136.141/freebsd/installation/sysctl_variables_missing - Original Message - From: jon [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: nw1 [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Monday, November 03, 2003 10:00 PM Subject: Re: Overheating attributed to Freebsd --sysctl variables notavailable-- On Mon, 2003-11-03

Re: Overheating attributed to Freebsd --sysctl variablesnotavailable--

2003-11-03 Thread nw1
-cents makes perfect sense, but as I posted above, I would rather replace either/ or both the motherboard and both processors. Before doing so, I had to hear what the community at large thinks about this. Thank you. :-) R. On Mon, 3 Nov 2003, nw1 wrote: Both the board(s) and the processors

Re: Overheating attributed to Freebsd --sysctl variables notavailable--

2003-11-04 Thread nw1
Jud, Annotated below - Original Message - From: Jud [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: nw1 [EMAIL PROTECTED]; peter lageotakes [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, November 04, 2003 6:06 AM Subject: Re: Overheating attributed to Freebsd --sysctl variables notavailable-- On Mon, 3

Re: Overheating attributed to Freebsd --sysctl variablesnotavailable--

2003-11-04 Thread nw1
Paul mather, Thanks for your response ... See comments below (annotated) - Original Message - From: Paul Mather [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, November 04, 2003 9:45 AM Subject: Re: Overheating attributed to Freebsd --sysctl variablesnotavailable-- On Mon, 3 Nov

Re: Overheating attributed to Freebsd --sysctl variablesnotavailable--

2003-11-04 Thread nw1
annotated below - Original Message - From: Technical Director [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: Paul Mather [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, November 04, 2003 12:32 PM Subject: Re: Overheating attributed to Freebsd --sysctl variablesnotavailable-- = I doubt hardware

Re: Overheating attributed to Freebsd --sysctl variables not available--

2003-11-04 Thread nw1
Jud, (see below) - Original Message - From: Jud [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: nw1 [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc: freebsd-questions [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Tuesday, November 04, 2003 3:17 PM Subject: Re: Overheating attributed to Freebsd --sysctl variablesnotavailable-- On Tue, 4 Nov 2003 14:05:02

Re: Overheating attributed to Freebsd --sysctl variables not available--

2003-11-05 Thread nw1
Page updated-- http://69.3.136.141/freebsd/installation/sysctl_variables_missing One (1) question is still outstanding ... Yes=I'm still researching this. - All incoming attachments get deleted. Have a nice day. -

Are threads Being filtered and/ or deleted from the archives?

2003-11-06 Thread nw1
Sorry to have to post this to the community at large, but the list maintainer hasn't gotten back to me on other issues. With respect to the initial thread = Subject: Re: Overheating attributed to Freebsd --sysctlvariablesnotavailable-- Any Idea why I'm not able to find this full thread in the

Fw: Are threads Being filtered and/ or deleted from the archives?

2003-11-06 Thread nw1
for me to find the thread I had to claw my way to: http://lists.freebsd.org/pipermail/freebsd-questions/2003-November/thread.html. If anyone knows of an easier way to search for an entire thread, please respond. Respectfully yours, nw1 - All incoming

FreeBSD 4.8-P10 Mouse doesn't move in the console or XFree86

2003-11-07 Thread nw1
Message - From: nw1 [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]; [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Sunday, September 28, 2003 12:51 PM Subject: Re: FreeBSD 4.8-P10 --Mouse doesn't move in the console or XFree86-- Alex: please see the update/corrections to this post at http://69.3.136.141/freebsd

Re: Old Computer + New HD

2003-11-08 Thread nw1
If I remember correctly, FreeBSD (itself) doesn't use information from the BIOS. Frees should be able to see the entire HDD. If you get geometry warnings when you attempt to slice the drive, use an hdd utility to give you the correct geometry. You may want to compare my suggestion with other