Re: dvd-slideshow

2006-03-13 Thread usleepless
Chris, just edit dvd-slideshow ( it's a script obviously and replace --line by -l ). i seem to remember softlinking /usr/share/fonts as well. no other issues though. i have mailed the portmaintainer about the error, but did not receive any respons. regards, usleep

Re: pthread_cleanup_pop

2006-03-17 Thread usleepless
, but it hasn't helped so far. Any idea how to fix this? no, but the only time i have had issues with this particular symbol was with linuxthreads ( if i remember correctly ) on 4.11. regards, usleepless ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http

Re: DVD-Slideshow

2006-03-27 Thread usleepless
apparently the scripts needs certain temporary ppms to generate the fade: these are not found. what is your inputfile? regards, usleep On 3/27/06, Chris Maness [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm trying to debug dvd-slideshow. When I try to run a slideshow with cross fades. In the output of the

Re: DVD-Slideshow

2006-03-27 Thread usleepless
package sox is not installed package ImageMagick is not installed package dvdauthor is not installed package ffmpeg is not installed you might want to look at this as well: my guess is that for the fade-issue, you will need ImageMagick. that will probably solve your problems. regards,

Re: DVD-Slideshow

2006-03-28 Thread usleepless
Chris, i tried your commands, but ran into trouble: seq is not found, i symlinked it to jot, have you done the same? after that it seems to work flawless. i end up with a Test.vob which is playable by mplayer and contains the slideshow. no sign of crossfading though. regards, usleep On

Re: Why are so many people using 4.x?

2006-03-29 Thread usleepless
Joseph, I notice a lot of references to version 4.x. Is there any overwhelming reason why its use seems to be still popular. I'm wanting to set up a server (just for play) on my home network using a PII machine. Am I better off using an older version for such old equipment? If so, do any

Re: DVD-Slideshow

2006-03-29 Thread usleepless
Chris, pkg_info reveals: dvd-slideshow-0.7.2_1. this is from the ports-tree when i converted to 6.0 about 6 weeks ago. i have symlinked seq to jot in /usr/bin ( and fixed the wc --line parameter on line zzz ) regards, usleep On 3/28/06, Chris Maness [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tue, 28 Mar

Re: DVD-Slideshow

2006-03-29 Thread usleepless
Chris, do you have the proper rights for the directory on which you are operating? i am a bad boy, and ran the commands as root, just to be sure. regards, usleep On 3/29/06, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Chris, pkg_info reveals: dvd-slideshow-0.7.2_1. this is from the

Re: Why are so many people using 4.x?

2006-03-29 Thread usleepless
Dear Wee-Sern, when i upgraded my 4.11 workstation, i did a clean install from CD to a new HD. when i will be upgrading my 4.11 server to 6.x, i will probably run a 6.x alongside the 4.11, installing all software as needed, test it, then transfer data from 4.11 disk to the 6.x. then test again,

Re: Why are so many people using 4.x?

2006-03-29 Thread usleepless
of FreeBSD to building a skyscraper on shallow grounds. apparently, you did not read much of the source tree did you. or appreciate the fact that FreeBSD boots so fast and clean. anyway, you rant made me think why my email block was not working properly. i need to check the to: and cc: -fields

Re: Error Compiling Open Office

2006-03-29 Thread usleepless
Chris, this is a resend with cc:freebsd-questions, sorry. On 3/29/06, [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi Chris, I just updated my ports and tried to compile open office. got this failure while trying to compile. Any suggestions? ...zip... i don't have suggestions, but i

Re: DVD-Slideshow

2006-03-29 Thread usleepless
Hi Chris, This is not current... downlowd the latest 0.7.2_3 are you out of your mind? why would i download a package you report as broken, while mine is working? i am trying my very best at helping you, but this is as far as it goes. if you are interested in the 0.7.2_1 version of the

Re: DVD-Slideshow

2006-03-29 Thread usleepless
I'm not doing this to benifit myself. I'm am trying to support the project as a whole. Most of the things that you patched are already addressed in _3. I don't understand why you would dry to work out bugs in something that is not current. If we can fix the current tarball then send in

Re: DVD-Slideshow

2006-03-29 Thread usleepless
Hi Chris, That sounds good to me. I will still like to continue to try to get the crossfades working too. If you send yours in, and the port maintaner adds the diffs, then it will be called _4 on the ports tree, even though it has been downgraded. p.s. Please, don't take anything I say

Shell ( csh, sh ) scripting and seq-command

2006-03-29 Thread usleepless
Dear List, i have prototyped a subset of the linux seq command in php ( ouch, yes. ). why? i don't know how to do it in any shell-script. i have been reading man-pages, searching google, but years later, i still can't do a thing in them. maybe it is my blindspot. here it goes ( without the tags

Re: Shell ( csh, sh ) scripting and seq-command

2006-03-29 Thread usleepless
never mind! #!/bin/csh if ($#argv == 2) then @ start = $argv[1] @ end = $argv[2] @ i = $argv[1] while ( $i = $end ) echo $i @ i = $i + 1 end endif if ($#argv == 3) then @ start = $argv[1] @ end = $argv[3]

Re: Shell ( csh, sh ) scripting and seq-command

2006-03-29 Thread usleepless
jot != seq but i found the seq in compat/linux. regards, usleep On 3/29/06, Bill Moran [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wed, 29 Mar 2006 20:43:43 +0200 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: never mind! man 1 jot -- Bill Moran Collaborative Fusion Inc. ___

Re: Shell ( csh, sh ) scripting and seq-command

2006-03-29 Thread usleepless
You should be able to write a shell script as i stated in my message, i lack shell scripting experience. that wraps jot and provides its functionality in the same format as seq. yes, and to convert steps to reps you will need $reps = ($end - $start) / $steps, and then see the difference

Re: Shell ( csh, sh ) scripting and seq-command

2006-03-29 Thread usleepless
Dan, Bill, thank you, my bad for not reading the manpage thoroughly enough. i was put off by reps being the first parameter, and interpreted [s] ( stepsize ) as being the separator string, and assumed there was no stepsize. sorry for the fuzz, but at least i upped my shellscripting abilities

Re: Error Compiling Open Office

2006-03-30 Thread usleepless
Chris, have you loaded the linprocfs as suggested? ( i don't know if this is important ) i just finished the oo2.0 build on my 6.0 machine ( ports tree not current though ) jumping through all java hoops was the worst part of it all. i compiled -DWITHOUT_MOZILLA. regards, usleep On 3/29/06,

Re: terrible performance in 6.1beta4

2006-03-30 Thread usleepless
Miguel, On Wed, Mar 29, 2006 at 07:09:26PM -0600, Miguel wrote: Hi, im loading a lot of information to a postgresql 8.1.3 database, im using the copy command, using the same file and version of postgres in gentoo it spend a few minutes (~4-5), in freebsd 6.1-beta4 it has already spent 25

Re: DVD-Slideshow

2006-03-30 Thread usleepless
Chris, or you could symlink to: ( if you have linux compat enabled ) /usr/compat/linux/usr/bin/seq will you let me know if this helped you? will you relay the seq-patches to the portmaintainer? regards, usleep ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org

Re: ASCII files becoming double lined

2006-03-30 Thread usleepless
well i am sure that you would have saved everybody ( including yourself ) a hell of a lot of time if you had called these guys: www.bsdconsulting.no or is that a risk you can't take either? ( or is bsdconsulting.no you?, then all bets are off ) i don't know why i am doing this. i have a very

Re: terrible performance in 6.1beta4

2006-03-30 Thread usleepless
Miguel, 3.0G i looked at your top-screenshot, i have the impression you could dedicate far more memory to postgresql. maybe it would be usefull to post your postgresql.conf ( this is in fact a postgresql question, but i don't care ). you might want to turn fsync off, my limited knowledge about

Re: terrible performance in 6.1beta4

2006-03-30 Thread usleepless
Kris, 3.0G Well there you go then..you're trying to access a file that is larger than RAM, so naturally you won't be able to fit it all in RAM, and with 1GB less RAM in your system you'll spend much more time reading bits of it from disk and later throwing them away. i know a bit of

Re: terrible performance in 6.1beta4

2006-03-30 Thread usleepless
Miguel, Yes, it is a dump of a single table. i want to tranfer the data from one server to another, and this is one of the biggest table. ok, but gentoo performs the same task ok, so it is not a postgresql problem. you have not confirmed wether the gentoo-box is running with the same

Re: terrible performance in 6.1beta4

2006-03-30 Thread usleepless
Kris, Yes, this is my impression of the problem too. Any time your process is waiting on disk I/O it is going to perform terribly (on any OS - disks are slow), and the way to fix this is to make sure it does as little I/O as possible (by allowing everything to be cached in RAM). just for my

Re: terrible performance in 6.1beta4

2006-03-30 Thread usleepless
Miguel attached is my config file, shared_buffers are 25% of total RAM im guessing that this is a disk controlled bug or something, when i execute any query involving many rows, the server response is very low, ssh, su, even copy or rename a file, cpu usage remains ~87% idle though you are

Re: reciept of damaged jewel cases.

2006-03-30 Thread usleepless
Hi Geoff, On 3/30/06, Gmyers [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello I ordered 5.3, 5.4, and now 6.0. ALL the jewel cases I have received are damaged. They can't store or hold the media. And the disks are scratched from the movement inside the box during shipping. This is quite frustrating. It

Re: ASCII files becoming double lined

2006-03-30 Thread usleepless
www.bsdconsulting.no or is that a risk you can't take either? ( or is bsdconsulting.no you?, then all bets are off ) no, i was trying to save you time and money. but after some googling i just discovered you are just a kid. i am a funny guy, i just might find your professor/teacher involved

Re: terrible performance in 6.1beta4

2006-03-30 Thread usleepless
Bill, Actually I seem to recall that on Linux with default settings fsync() lies and does not actually sync data before returning, so maybe it's worth turning off on FreeBSD too if you're comfortable with the implications of this. If you have fsync off and the system crashes, your

Re: terrible performance in 6.1beta4

2006-03-30 Thread usleepless
Miguel, you are not inserting into an indexed table, are you? yes, i am... is that a problem? it used to be a problem, but since your gentoo box is doing the same task in 4-5 minutes, i doubt it is currently the problem. i seem to recall some speedup of the copyin-command in one of the

Re: reciept of damaged jewel cases.

2006-03-30 Thread usleepless
Geoff, I could use 2 jewel cases like the 6.0 to hold the 3 versions currently floating caseless i am not sure what you are saying here. Myers 4425c Treat Blvd PMB#337 concord, ca. 94521 also find the culprit :) you have not identified the shop where you got your CDs from yet. regards,

Re: terrible performance in 6.1beta4

2006-04-03 Thread usleepless
Beto, i believe he has given up. i would say that on a dedicated database machine 50-75% dedicated(shared) memory is not overkill. wasn't there some other switch which determined wether to page shared-memory out? regards, usleep On 4/3/06, Norberto Meijome [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Wed,

Re: terrible performance in 6.1beta4

2006-04-03 Thread usleepless
i just thought of another possible cause: what is the location of the to-be-imported file? local disk? because if it is on the network, check your NIC if you are running at the maximum rate, nfs buffers, etc ( i was fooled by such a situation once ). regards, usleep On 4/3/06, [EMAIL

Re: file system

2006-04-04 Thread usleepless
Hi Hossein, what is the freebsd's file system how manage freebsd the hardware and i/o devices here is all you need to know for the time being: http://www.freebsd.org/doc/en_US.ISO8859-1/books/handbook/ regards, usleep ___

Re: C Program to execute programs in same console

2006-04-04 Thread usleepless
Jon, i believe you are mixing up some concepts. 1. if i read your title C Program to execute programs in same console. i think this is easy, just use system(ls *.txt) and you are done. i believe you can choose wat to do with the output, i am not sure. 2. but you come up with the cd-command,

Re: C Program to execute programs in same console

2006-04-05 Thread usleepless
Hi Jon, could you give another example ( not cd ) of a command which you would like to execute in the calling shell? regards, usleep On 4/5/06, Jonathan Herriott [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: usleep, What I am trying to do is execute the command in the calling shell. So, if I were to execute my

Re: FreeBSD stickers

2006-04-05 Thread usleepless
Oh it's got to be Beastie! Personally I think the new one looks like a space hopper made from red glass. I like something that says Hands off my server :) i was already wondering where the stickers were for. but they are warning signs obviously. thanks, usleep On 4/5/06, Ashley Moran

Re: FAX software ?

2006-04-05 Thread usleepless
some people claim hylafax is overkill, but i have been using it for years, with much satisfaction. it is in the ports. if i were you i would choose the serial connection ( reliability ? ). regards, usleep On 4/5/06, Frank Bonnet [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello I need advices to choose a FAX

Re: FAX software ?

2006-04-05 Thread usleepless
Dear Frank, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: some people claim hylafax is overkill, but i have been using it for years, with much satisfaction. it is in the ports. yes I saw it, but have no experience in fax softwares should I contact you if I have some problems ? no, you should contact the list

Re: Giving more CPU time to a swapping process?

2006-04-06 Thread usleepless
Hello, i am just wondering myself: this has nothing to with copy on write? or does that not exist on neither platform? regards, usleep On 4/6/06, Bill Moran [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Karl Ma [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I have a python program in freebsd, doing a heavey indexing job

Re: Help?

2006-04-06 Thread usleepless
how about one of the LiveCDs? or don't they work like knoppix/ubuntu auto configuring the most important hardware ( inputdevices, audio, video ) ? regards, usleep On 4/6/06, eoghan [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Giorgos Keramidas wrote: On 2006-04-06 09:49, Bill Moran [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

Re: Help?

2006-04-06 Thread usleepless
i guess you are right. i just wanted to bring it up, it should be mentioned in my opinion. maybe it saves a soul. regards, usleep On 4/6/06, Bill Moran [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: how about one of the LiveCDs? or don't they work like knoppix/ubuntu auto

Re: FreeBSD hangs at boot

2006-04-06 Thread usleepless
Daniel, the only thing i can think of at the moment is go on removing hardware. remove the cd, the slave-hd etc. i can understand if you are not happy about it, it is your decision. regards, usleep On 4/6/06, Daniel A. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi. I am trying to get FreeBSD 6.0 running on

Re: FreeBSD hangs at boot

2006-04-06 Thread usleepless
Giorgios, i did it again! sorry! regards, usleep ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: FAX software ?

2006-04-06 Thread usleepless
Hi Igor, Hi, Try hylafax. mgetty+sendfax is much easier to tune. exactly what needs tuning? ( if you are not in the mass-faxing-business ) regards, usleep ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: How to use shell commands to work for my requests?

2006-04-07 Thread usleepless
Hi Exploit_it what's in a name... brute force: grep -R getopt * smarter: find . -name *.cpp -exec grep getopt {}\; -print regards, usleep On 4/7/06, Mc Shch [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, I wanna know how to use shell commands to search some files which contain a specail

Re: How to use shell commands to work for my requests?

2006-04-07 Thread usleepless
Hi Exploit_it For example: i want to search some files which contain getopt string... what's in a name... brute force: grep -R getopt * smarter: find . -name *.cpp -exec grep getopt {}\; -print regards, usleep PS this is a resend to fix etiquette

Google Earth on Wine on FBSD6.0

2006-04-09 Thread usleepless
Hello All, i just want to share my experiences with Google Earth, and i am curious about other solutions to get it working properly. i compiled wine from the ports tree: $ pkg_info | grep wine wine-0.9.7,1Microsoft Windows compatibility layer for Unix-like systems i installed Google

Re: DVD-Slideshow

2006-04-11 Thread usleepless
Chris, congratulations on you wedding, i hope the best for the two of you. read back the thread yourself: you will need the dvd-slideshow from ports + - patch for the wc --lines ( or wc --chars, i can't remember ). these are 1 of 2 instances in the script. - back in this thread i have given

Re: Updated 6.1 schedule?

2006-04-27 Thread usleepless
However, the dates on the schedule page seem to be a little off now. I was wondering if anyone had some idea of what the new dates might be... if there's no idea; then I will patiently wait. You guess is as good as mine. It could take a couple of months. I've got a few 4.10 machines

Re: nat and ipfw, port forwarding

2008-12-27 Thread usleepless
Hi Ricard, On Fri, Dec 26, 2008 at 9:27 PM, Richard Yang kusanagiy...@gmail.comwrote: hi, i have a ssh machine behind a freebsd firewall with nat and ipfw. how do i make port forwarding so internet can access the ssh machine? thanx i think you need to configure /etc/ipnat.conf ( read 'man

Re: nat and ipfw, port forwarding

2008-12-28 Thread usleepless
Hi Richard, On Sun, Dec 28, 2008 at 2:30 AM, Richard Yang kusanagiy...@gmail.comwrote: thank you, usleep (nice name)i somehow made it work by 1. add redirect_port udp 10.0.0.200:5 5 in natd.conf 2. allow all traffic and diversion in ipfw.rules i tried to limit the traffic by

Re: Optimising NFS for system files

2008-12-30 Thread usleepless
On 12/30/08, Michel Talon ta...@lpthe.jussieu.fr wrote: Bernard Dugas wrote: So you din't think that if all files are already in RAM on server, i will save the drive access time ? Or do you think the NFS network access is so much slow that the disk access time is just marginal ?

Re: 7.2 system stuck trying at boot, trying to mount root device

2009-06-25 Thread usleepless
recently when i had built kernel+userland with -fomit-frame-pointer. I ended up doing a repair from an install CD, and rebuilding kernel+world without -fomit-frame-pointer afterwards. Your init is probably broken. regards, usleepless -- Polytropon From Magdeburg, Germany Happy FreeBSD user

Re: Problems with MySQL since upgrade

2006-08-03 Thread usleepless
Dear Ricky, On 8/2/06, Richard Morse [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: No, they were all normal (the latter two were 0, the first was about 110). FWIW, the query usually proceeds normally; it's only when it doesn't that things go bad. I'm wondering if this is a problem with threads -- I've been doing

Re: BSDstats Project: A quick reminder ...

2006-08-25 Thread usleepless
Marc, On 8/25/06, Marc G. Fournier [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: snip And, Canada (my country) is woefully in 5th place with 4% ... come on folks, we need to get all of the numbers up ... i just beat Hungary by 1 point! regards, usleep ___

Removing Giant from a driver

2006-10-14 Thread usleepless
Hi All, i have been tweaking the pvr250 driver to support pvr150s/500s. now i want to remove Giant from the code. problem is, i am not sure what to do. i have created a mutex which replaces the spltty and splx calls. but this crashes my box :-) the original code looks like this: /*

Removing Giant from a driver

2006-10-14 Thread usleepless
Hi All, i have been tweaking the pvr250 driver to support pvr150s/500s. now i want to remove Giant from the code. problem is, i am not sure what to do. i have created a mutex which replaces the spltty and splx calls. but this crashes my box :-) the original code looks like this: /*

structure alignment problems

2007-01-28 Thread usleepless
Hi, i am working on getting mythtv-0.20 talking to the pvrxxx driver. the problem appears when i want to do: v4l2_capabilities vcap; ioctl(videofd, VIDIOC_QUERYCAP, vcap); the driver and mythtv have the struct differently aligned, and i get an inappropiate ioctl for device. this is what the

Re: SSH woes

2007-02-02 Thread usleepless
Arindam, On 2/2/07, Arindam [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a Pentium III 733 Mhz box with 512 MB RAM running FreeBSD 6.1. I also have a second box with Fedora Core 2. I tried connecting to my FreeBSD box using ssh from my Fedora Core 2 machine. # ssh -l root myFreeBSD box Password: Password:

sendmail setup

2007-02-06 Thread usleepless
List, Guys and Girls, although i know this is not a specific freebsd issue, i will ask the question nevertheless. normally, i sent my outgoing email through my isp ( relay.x.z ). this server seems to be down at the moment. so after working with bsd for years, i decided to dive into sendmail. i

Re: sendmail setup

2007-02-06 Thread usleepless
Guys, ( unfortunatly there were no girls ), On 2/6/07, Josh Paetzel [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tuesday 06 February 2007 15:35, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: List, Guys and Girls, although i know this is not a specific freebsd issue, i will ask the question nevertheless. normally, i sent my

Re: about MySQL install

2007-03-18 Thread usleepless
Frank, On 3/18/07, Frank [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: hi, i have questions about install MySQL in FreeBSD 6.0, after type # make it would be display like bottom. make all-recursive Making all in . Making all in include make all-am Making all in Docs Making all in cmd-line-utils Making all in

Re: about MySQL

2007-03-21 Thread usleepless
Christan, Frank ( or are you Andreas? ) On 3/21/07, Christian Walther [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 21/03/07, Frank [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, After i follow you taught me that step it display. = couldn't fetch it - please try to retrieve this = port manually into

Re: Where to start troubleshooting Intel PRO/1000 performance problems?

2007-03-22 Thread usleepless
Sally, On 3/22/07, Sally Janghos [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm looking for some suggestions on where to start troubleshooting performance issues on a Intel PRO 1000 card. It's installed in a box with the following configuration: FreeBSD 6.1 AMD Athlon(tm) XP 2100+ (1741.42-MHz

Re: good replacement for open office

2007-10-04 Thread usleepless
On 10/4/07, Aryeh Friedman [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Open office does not compile on 7-current amd64 what would be a good replacement(s) for most of it's functionality (word processing and spreadsheets are what matter to me) abiword, gnumeric ___

NVidia 100.14.19 for FreeBSD i386 released

2007-10-10 Thread usleepless
Hi, see: http://www.nvnews.net/vbulletin/showthread.php?t=100077 is it working for anybody? regards, usleep ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to

Re: One Laptop Per Child

2007-11-13 Thread usleepless
On Nov 13, 2007 2:52 PM, Rob [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am usually not the one to bring up these things but I feel very strongly about this. Starting Monday, November 12 this website is offering a give one get one deal. I believe the money will be well invested. YMMV http://xogiving.org/

Re: Firewall Redirect

2007-11-30 Thread usleepless
On 11/30/07, Lucas Neves Martins [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello guys, I´m having the following problem: Redirect requests from the port 80, to the port 8082. - for apache tomcat. I´m new on freeBSD, Of course, I had looked out on google, and read the firewall section on the Handbook. But

Re: (no subject)

2007-12-18 Thread usleepless
On Dec 18, 2007 10:30 AM, Baxton Mabhande [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 1)What are the three basic types of handheld devices? 2)Which device is used in an environment that needs extended coverage but backbone access is not practical or is unavailable? 3)What is the recommended maximum distance that

Ekiga runs but hangs

2007-12-28 Thread usleepless
Hello All, is anyone using ekiga? ekiga runs and connects to [EMAIL PROTECTED] ( test number ). but when i hang up, or change volume using the ekiga-controls, the UI freezes. #FreeBSD host 7.0-BETA2 FreeBSD 7.0-BETA2 #4 i would love to hear succes or failures. regards, usleep

Re: spammers harvesting emaill address from this list

2007-08-23 Thread usleepless
It only takes 2-3 weeks after changing my email address I use on the list before I start receiving spam on the new email address. Other non-fbsd lists I belong to remove the posters email address before the post gets sent to the list members. Why can't this list do the same thing so the

Re: XMMS problem

2007-04-05 Thread usleepless
Ivan, On 4/5/07, Ivan Zenzerović [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, when I try to play music with xmms, i get the error: Please chech that: Your soundcard is configured. You have the correct output plugin selected. No other program is blocking the soundcard. My soundcard is working well, and in

Re: Port removal

2007-04-12 Thread usleepless
Steve, On 4/12/07, Steve Bertrand [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, On RELENG_6_2, I'm going to be installing chillisoft from ports. However, when I first ran 'make', there was an initial configuration window came up before compile. I selected the wrong options (I realized this after the make

mmap on freebsd vs linux

2007-04-18 Thread usleepless
Hi All, i am looking into implementing a piece of the V4L interface. this involves mmap'ing from userspace into kernelspace. in mplayer, this is what is called: tvi_v4l2.c: priv-map[i].addr = mmap (0, priv-map[i].buf.length, PROT_READ | PROT_WRITE, MAP_SHARED,

Re: Missing all video drivers

2007-04-19 Thread usleepless
Paul, On 4/19/07, Paul Schmehl [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If a fresh install is missing *all* the video drivers except vga, what went wrong? a fresh install of what exactly? regards, usleep ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list

Re: Another slightly OT q...

2007-05-08 Thread usleepless
On 5/8/07, Gary Kline [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey Guys, Does anybody have any websites where I can look up the latest in compression technology? I've got a very thin ISDL link so pulling streams over is like looking at postage-stamp images. There were

Re: Another slightly OT q...

2007-05-08 Thread usleepless
Gary, On 5/8/07, Gary Kline [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tue, May 08, 2007 at 09:16:11PM +0200, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 5/8/07, Gary Kline [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hey Guys, Does anybody have any websites where I can look up the latest in compression technology?

Re: Ekiga runs but hangs

2007-12-30 Thread usleepless
Sergio, On Dec 28, 2007 10:06 PM, Sergio Lenzi [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Em Sex, 2007-12-28 às 12:17 +0100, [EMAIL PROTECTED] escreveu: Hello All, is anyone using ekiga? ekiga runs and connects to [EMAIL PROTECTED] ( test number ). but when i hang up, or change volume using the

Re: VoIP and SSH

2008-01-04 Thread usleepless
On Jan 4, 2008 9:29 PM, Ryan Phillips [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Andrew Falanga [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Hi, I don't understand this one and I'm hoping someone here might know. My father's router wasn't forwarding connection requests for any port that we'd configured for sshd to listen

Re: Hi - followed FAQ but can't mount USB key as user

2008-01-08 Thread usleepless
Andy, On Jan 8, 2008 9:48 AM, Andy Elvey [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all - I've recently installed FreeBSD 6.2-release - very impressed! Just a small problem. I'm unable to mount my USB key as a user. ( I can mount it as root, using the command mount -t msdos /dev/da0s1 /mnt ) This

Re: OT: Custmoize VNC

2008-07-30 Thread usleepless
: - Ultra VNC SC ( free as in beer ) - Helpdesk VNC ( commercial ) regards, usleepless ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: kldunload -f has no effect

2006-10-17 Thread usleepless
Hi Kamikaze, On 10/16/06, [LoN]Kamikaze [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I need to 'kldunload -f drm' in order to go into suspend to ram with my thinkpad (suspend works fine with dri disabled). Unfortunately, despite the claims of the manpage the '-f' flag does not alter the behaviour of the kldunload

if_em.c with fast intr-handler / taskqueues

2006-10-19 Thread usleepless
Hi, where can i read a copy of the if_em.c with the fast int-handler + taskqueues? IIRC it was written by scott long. but if i view the CVS log for the file, these changes were pulled. i would like to read this code. regards, usleep ___

Re: creating a broken graid3 array?

2006-11-23 Thread usleepless
John, On 11/23/06, John Nielsen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is it possible to create a (degraded) graid3 array with only two (or one less than the planned total) providers? I'm asking since I would like to move from my current one-disk setup to a three-disk raid3 array, but I'd like the disk

Re: creating a broken graid3 array?

2006-11-23 Thread usleepless
is the loss of your data worth less than the cost of an extra hd? if so, buy another hd. if not, make a clean install? should read: is the cost of an extra hd less than the value of your data/install? if so, buy another hd. if not, make a clean install? regards, usleep

Re: My recent Epiphany about operating systems

2006-12-21 Thread usleepless
On 12/20/06, Terabyte Pete [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 7:04 AM, Wednesday, December 20, 2006 rant man, what are you smoking? U know, opposite of those oil companies - buying up the rail mass transit, so they could DESTROY it, rip everybody off with cars gas they don't need. It would be

Re: My recent Epiphany about operating systems

2006-12-22 Thread usleepless
Simon, On 12/22/06, Simon Chang [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: rant snip If you are located anywhere close to Grover Beach, California, please feel free to drop by his office and let him know how much we appreciate his pseudo-intellectual analyses of operating systems. His office is just off the

Re: Best way to kill pixels?

2007-01-15 Thread usleepless
Nikolas, On 1/15/07, Nikolas Britton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 1/15/07, [LoN]Kamikaze [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Nikolas Britton wrote: What's the best way to make more dead pixels on an LCD display?... So a manufacturer will be forced to replace it. Would a high voltage static discharge

Re: issues with email migration

2009-10-30 Thread usleepless
Hi David, On Fri, Oct 30, 2009 at 1:59 PM, David Patton da...@farmington.k12.mo.uswrote: This morning I moved the contents from the server over to an NFS share. This is a freebsd 6.2 server running postfix, courier-imap and squirrelmail. I used rsync to move the data for /www and /mail

Re: system() call causes core dump

2009-11-01 Thread usleepless
On Sat, Oct 31, 2009 at 4:55 PM, Kris Kennaway k...@freebsd.org wrote: Peter Steele wrote: I have an application running a number of threads. I've had recent instances where the code below is causing a core dump to occur: char fstatCmd[200]; char *fstatOut = /tmp/fstat.out;

Re: Problem installing dvdauthor...

2009-11-01 Thread usleepless
Dear Peter, On Sat, Oct 31, 2009 at 8:18 PM, Peter Harrison peter.piggy...@virgin.netwrote: Hi all, Can anyone advise what I'm doing wrong trying to install multimedia/dvdauthor. Here's the end of the error: if cc -DHAVE_CONFIG_H -I. -I. -I. -DSYSCONFDIR=\/usr/local/etc\

Re: where's my konqueror?

2009-11-12 Thread usleepless
On Thu, Nov 12, 2009 at 3:17 PM, Herbert J. Skuhra h.sku...@gmail.comwrote: On Thu, Nov 12, 2009 at 2:47 PM, Anton Shterenlikht me...@bristol.ac.uk wrote: I installed kdebase-4.3.1_1, but cannot find konqueror. It's supposed be a part of kdebase, isn't it? % grep konqueror

Re: GPUs on FBSD?

2009-11-20 Thread usleepless
On Fri, Nov 20, 2009 at 6:16 PM, Daniel C. Dowse dcdo...@gmx.net wrote: On Fri, 20 Nov 2009 11:46:57 + Anton Shterenlikht me...@bristol.ac.uk wrote: Anybody knows of working GPUs under FBSD on any arch? Any advice? I using a nvidia fx5500 with the latest driver 173.14.22 on i386

Re: GPUs on FBSD?

2009-11-21 Thread usleepless
On Sat, Nov 21, 2009 at 12:28 PM, Anton Shterenlikht me...@bristol.ac.ukwrote: On Fri, Nov 20, 2009 at 08:11:57PM +0100, usleepl...@gmail.com wrote: On Fri, Nov 20, 2009 at 6:16 PM, Daniel C. Dowse dcdo...@gmx.net wrote: On Fri, 20 Nov 2009 11:46:57 + Anton Shterenlikht

Re: GPUs on FBSD?

2009-11-21 Thread usleepless
On Sat, Nov 21, 2009 at 3:06 PM, Robert Huff roberth...@rcn.com wrote: usleepl...@gmail.com writes: The talk/announcement on the Nvidia forum is about a native video driver for amd64 i believe. A lot of people are waiting for this ( currently there is only Nvidia support for i386 ).

Re: GPUs on FBSD?

2009-11-21 Thread usleepless
On Sat, Nov 21, 2009 at 4:04 PM, Robert Huff roberth...@rcn.com wrote: usleepl...@gmail.com writes: as far as i know there have been Nvidia maintained/improved drivers for FreeBSD for ages ( ls /usr/ports/x11 | grep -i nvid ) And see this from the Makefile: # Starting with

Re: Postgresql download site

2009-11-21 Thread usleepless
On Sat, Nov 21, 2009 at 11:46 PM, Peter Steele pste...@maxiscale.comwrote: What's the best place to pick up the latest 7.0 and 8.0 packages for postgresql client and server? just go to /usr/ports/databases and do a ls | grep post then go into a directory and do make install if you have

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