Re: Freebsd support in Adelaide wanted

2013-09-22 Thread Julian H. Stacey
Hi Greg questions@ etc That's massively out of date. Mike left Adelaide in 1998, and has been working for Apple in Cupertino for about 10 years. OK deleted. Greg Lehey in Echunga +61 8 83888286 That's out of date too. I left Adelaide over 6 years ago. Up-to-date information at

Re: Freebsd support in Adelaide wanted

2013-09-21 Thread Julian H. Stacey
Hi, Reference: From: Danny Beger da...@beger.com.au Date: Sat, 21 Sep 2013 16:30:57 +0930 Danny Beger wrote: I have a small law firm in Adelaide and I am looking to engage someone to build / purchase a new server to replace my current server which runs v6 freebsd. Can

Re: Freebsd support in Adelaide wanted

2013-09-21 Thread Al Plant
Danny Beger wrote: I have a small law firm in Adelaide and I am looking to engage someone to build / purchase a new server to replace my current server which runs v6 freebsd. Can you recommend anyone? Regards _ _ Danny Beger | Beger Co Lawyers p: 8362 6400 | f: 8362 3555

Re: Freebsd support in Adelaide wanted

2013-09-21 Thread Greg 'groggy' Lehey
I considered dropping FreeBSD-questions from this reply, but since it contains out-of-date contact details, I'm leaving them in. On Saturday, 21 September 2013 at 17:17:07 +0200, Julian H. Stacey wrote: Hi, Reference: From:Danny Beger da...@beger.com.au Date:

Re: FreeBSD Support for Fibre Channel Devices

2010-07-13 Thread Anton Shterenlikht
On Mon, Jul 12, 2010 at 03:06:03PM -0700, Tim Gustafson wrote: isp(4) mpt(4) Hrmm, I guess I should phrase the question this way: I have installed a Fibre Channel card into a new FreeBSD 8.x box. I have both isp(4) and mpt(4) are loaded and the device still doesn't appear in /dev.

Re: FreeBSD Support for Fibre Channel Devices

2010-07-12 Thread Matthew Seaman
On 12/07/2010 22:49:51, Tim Gustafson wrote: Can anyone recommend a FreeBSD-compatible fibre channel board to connect a FreeBSD 8.0 server to a Sun 3500 disk array? isp(4) mpt(4) ... which is basically what shows up on doing 'man -k fibre' Cheers, Matthew -- Dr Matthew J

Re: FreeBSD Support for Fibre Channel Devices

2010-07-12 Thread Tim Gustafson
isp(4) mpt(4) Hrmm, I guess I should phrase the question this way: I have installed a Fibre Channel card into a new FreeBSD 8.x box. I have both isp(4) and mpt(4) are loaded and the device still doesn't appear in /dev. pciconf shows: no...@pci0:8:1:0: class=0x0c0400 card=0x656c1242

Re: FreeBSD Support Cycle

2010-03-08 Thread Michael Powell
mailinglist wrote: I'm possibly considering building a FreeBSD based NAS to provide NFS storage for vSphere in a production environment. I would use FreeBSD-8, amd64 variety. What is the expected EOS EOL dates (end of support/end of life) for FreeBSD 8? I'm not sure if the EOL question

Re: FreeBSD Support Cycle

2010-03-08 Thread Ricardo Jesus
On 08/03/2010 15:39, mailinglist wrote: I'm possibly considering building a FreeBSD based NAS to provide NFS storage for vSphere in a production environment. I would use FreeBSD-8, amd64 variety. What is the expected EOS EOL dates (end of support/end of life) for FreeBSD 8? I'm not sure

Re: FreeBSD support for 64-bit x86 systems

2009-07-04 Thread Chris Rees
2009/7/2 Sam Fourman Jr. sfour...@gmail.com: On Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 7:31 PM, Daniel Underwooddjuatde...@gmail.com wrote: Does FreeBSD currently support 64-bit x86 systems? amd64 supports both amd and intel 64bit CPU's right now the big limitation for me is you can not have a Nvidia binary

Re: FreeBSD support for 64-bit x86 systems

2009-07-01 Thread Glen Barber
On Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 8:31 PM, Daniel Underwooddjuatde...@gmail.com wrote: Does FreeBSD currently support 64-bit x86 systems? I've been here, but my knowledge of hardware terminology is too limited to confidently draw conclusions: http://www.freebsd.org/platforms/ amd64 -- Glen Barber

Re: FreeBSD support for 64-bit x86 systems

2009-07-01 Thread Daniel Underwood
amd64 Ah-hah. Thanks! ___ freebsd-questions@freebsd.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to freebsd-questions-unsubscr...@freebsd.org

Re: FreeBSD support for 64-bit x86 systems

2009-07-01 Thread Sam Fourman Jr.
On Wed, Jul 1, 2009 at 7:31 PM, Daniel Underwooddjuatde...@gmail.com wrote: Does FreeBSD currently support 64-bit x86 systems? amd64 supports both amd and intel 64bit CPU's right now the big limitation for me is you can not have a Nvidia binary graphics driver on amd64 progress has been made

Re: FreeBSD support for HP DL180/G5

2008-10-09 Thread David Alanis
Quoting Josef Grosch [EMAIL PROTECTED]: Does anyone have experience running FreeBSD 6.x and 7.x on an HP DL180/G5? The company I work for is looking to get a number of these to be put in production. Your general impressions would be a good start. Josef -- Josef Grosch | Another

Re: FreeBSD support for HP DL180/G5

2008-10-09 Thread Subhro
HP produces pretty good boxes and historically I have been able to get them working without any troubles. However I would say DL180 is a pretty non customizable box. The hardware works perfectly with FreeBSD 7.0. I didnt try it with 6.3, so cant comment on that. However I would say DL380 is a

RE: FreeBSD support this hardware?

2008-02-29 Thread Ted Mittelstaedt
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Ivan Voras Sent: Thursday, February 28, 2008 3:30 AM To: freebsd-questions@freebsd.org Subject: Re: FreeBSD support this hardware? Robe wrote: And here's the link to the CPU page http

Re: FreeBSD support this hardware?

2008-02-28 Thread Ivan Voras
Robe wrote: And here's the link to the CPU page http://www.dmp.com.tw/tech/Vortex86SX/ Can anybody tell me if FreeBSD support this hardware? Judging by the SX label and the information on the page, no, because it doesn't have a FPU. signature.asc Description: OpenPGP digital signature

Re: FreeBSD support for Jetway J7F4

2007-10-17 Thread Roland Smith
On Wed, Oct 17, 2007 at 08:14:29PM +0200, Erik Norgaard wrote: Hi: I have searched around to verify that everything works fine for this motherboard with integrated CPU: Jetway J7F4. I understand it has a CN700 north bridge and a VT8237R or VT8237RP south bridge, and Realtek RLT8110SC

RE: FreeBSD Support (Commerical)

2005-10-07 Thread Ted Mittelstaedt
-Original Message- From: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Behalf Of Andrew P. Sent: Thursday, October 06, 2005 12:51 PM To: Kris Kennaway Cc: Ansar Mohammed; freebsd-questions@freebsd.org Subject: Re: FreeBSD Support (Commerical) On 10/6/05, Kris Kennaway [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: FreeBSD Support (Commerical)

2005-10-06 Thread Kevin Kinsey
Ansar Mohammed wrote: Does the FreeBSD project offer commercial support? I notice that the FreeBSD mall offers commercial support. It's a fine question, but it's well documented on the Project's web site: http://www.freebsd.org/support.html Kevin Kinsey

Re: FreeBSD Support (Commerical)

2005-10-06 Thread Ansar Mohammed
I guess I am interested in finding out if there is support that is offered by the FreeBSD project, not from third party vendors. On 10/6/05, Kevin Kinsey [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ansar Mohammed wrote: Does the FreeBSD project offer commercial support? I notice that the FreeBSD mall offers

Re: FreeBSD Support (Commerical)

2005-10-06 Thread Andrew P.
On 10/6/05, Ansar Mohammed [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I guess I am interested in finding out if there is support that is offered by the FreeBSD project, not from third party vendors. FreeBSD offers non-commercial support through mailing-lists and doc-project (FAQs and Handbooks) which is probably

Re: FreeBSD Support (Commerical)

2005-10-06 Thread Christian Kuhtz
Yeah, but also the most irrelevant when it comes to supply chain folk. On Oct 6, 2005, at 12:45 PM, Andrew P. wrote: On 10/6/05, Ansar Mohammed [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I guess I am interested in finding out if there is support that is offered by the FreeBSD project, not from third party

Re: FreeBSD Support (Commerical)

2005-10-06 Thread Foo JH
FreeBSD offers non-commercial support through mailing-lists and doc-project (FAQs and Handbooks) which is probably the most comprehensive, active and effective support there is. It's a blame game as much as it is a genuine need for commercial help. As much as mailing lists and community

Re: FreeBSD Support (Commerical)

2005-10-06 Thread Jerry McAllister
I guess I am interested in finding out if there is support that is offered by the FreeBSD project, not from third party vendors. Basically FreeBSD support is what you see on the web page. In some sense, you could say that all of FreeBSD- development and support - is by third party sources or

Re: FreeBSD Support (Commerical)

2005-10-06 Thread Kris Kennaway
On Thu, Oct 06, 2005 at 12:10:58PM -0400, Ansar Mohammed wrote: I guess I am interested in finding out if there is support that is offered by the FreeBSD project, not from third party vendors. Not commercial support, since FreeBSD isn't a commercial project. Kris pgpOutCgq3qeA.pgp

Re: FreeBSD Support (Commerical)

2005-10-06 Thread Andrew P.
On 10/6/05, Kris Kennaway [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, Oct 06, 2005 at 12:10:58PM -0400, Ansar Mohammed wrote: I guess I am interested in finding out if there is support that is offered by the FreeBSD project, not from third party vendors. Not commercial support, since FreeBSD isn't a

Re: FreeBSD Support (Commerical)

2005-10-06 Thread Danny Howard
On Thu, Oct 06, 2005 at 12:55:58PM -0400, Christian Kuhtz wrote: Yeah, but also the most irrelevant when it comes to supply chain folk. Supply-chain folk? Is that a euphemism for suits? My employer is audited by clients on a regular basis. If you have your internal documentation and

Re: FreeBSD Support (Commerical)

2005-10-06 Thread Jerry McAllister
On Thu, Oct 06, 2005 at 12:55:58PM -0400, Christian Kuhtz wrote: Yeah, but also the most irrelevant when it comes to supply chain folk. Supply-chain folk? Is that a euphemism for suits? Supply Chain Management is a whole field which probably most people from the old days might have

RE: FreeBSD Support Provider

2005-04-18 Thread Ron Tschanschek
Hello! A good few months ago I was searching your site, looking for details of any organisations that were located close to me, that provided FreeBSD support. Unless I'm going mad, I seem to remember a company in West Yorkshire, located not very far away from Halifax, which did just that. I

Re: FreeBSD support of 3Com 3C2000-T NIC

2004-11-02 Thread Lowell Gilbert
Martin Hudec [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: is 3Com gigabit 3C2000-T nic supported in FreeBSD4/5? If not, which gigabit nic can you recommend to use? The documentation doesn't describe the hardware in enough detail to be sure without trying one (or at least seeing one, to be able to read the

RE: FreeBSD support

2004-01-18 Thread fbsd_user
This boot error message general means that your floppy drive is broken. When was the last time you used it? Try to verify that it's in working order by booting an MS/Window system on that PC, or swap that floppy drive with one from some other PC that you can test works first. -Original

Re: FreeBSD support

2004-01-18 Thread Uwe Laverenz
fbsd_user wrote: This boot error message general means that your floppy drive is broken. Not necessarily, this can also be a FreeBSD bug. I have several boards where this error occurs when ACPI is enabled. It's not a hardware problem. The floppy drives work with other systems, but not with