Re: Server - Linux Compat

2008-09-23 Thread Nash Nipples
When I was young, many many moons ago, and I installed FreeBSD 4.4 for the first time, I enabled linux compatability ... Each build since, I have enabled it ... So not I am at the point of asking myself why? All I run is webservers and namesrvers, you know, Bind, Apache, Mysql,

Re: Server - Linux Compat

2008-09-23 Thread Wojciech Puchar
first time, I enabled linux compatability ... Each build since, I have enabled it ... So not I am at the point of asking myself why? All I run is webservers and namesrvers, you know, Bind, Apache, Mysql, vmpop3d, PHP, Exim and shh...not to mention a few utils, ipa, ipfw etc. Does anyone

Re: Server - Linux Compat

2008-09-23 Thread andrew clarke
On Tue 2008-09-23 17:38:57 UTC-0400, Grant Peel ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: When I was young, many many moons ago, and I installed FreeBSD 4.4 for the first time, I enabled linux compatability ... Each build since, I have enabled it ... So not I am at the point of asking myself why? You

Re: Server - Linux Compat

2008-09-23 Thread andrew clarke
On Tue 2008-09-23 14:54:30 UTC-0700, Nash Nipples ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: if there is no warning in the comments i think its harmless nobody knows when you are going to need a linux binary to run lsof maybe? I'm not sure what you're trying to say here, but lsof builds from Ports as a

Re: Server - Linux Compat

2008-09-23 Thread Da Rock
On Tue, 2008-09-23 at 17:38 -0400, Grant Peel wrote: Hi all, When I was young, many many moons ago, and I installed FreeBSD 4.4 for the first time, I enabled linux compatability ... Each build since, I have enabled it ... So not I am at the point of asking myself why? All I run is