Re: PCI software modem support

2000-07-05 Thread Shachar Shemesh
I am now holding a PCI card by Aztech, with Lucent chips. How am I supposed to know whether it is a winmodem or not (except the obvious - put it in a computer)? I went to the Aztech site, and they don't say anything from which one may understand it is a winmodem, but what does that mean?

Re: Installing OpenSSH

2000-07-09 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Richard Fiedler wrote: I heard what all of you were saying about security and installed OpenSSL, OpenSSH, and the OpenSSH Server. I see now a sshd listening on port 22. How do I get this all to work now? Is there no configuration? I wish to connect with my Macintosh Powerbook G3. How do

Re: Installing OpenSSH

2000-07-09 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Ira Abramov wrote: On Fri, 7 Jul 2000, Richard Fiedler wrote: I heard what all of you were saying about security and installed OpenSSL, OpenSSH, and the OpenSSH Server. SSL for the webserver? No. OpenSSH doesn't contain any cryptographic algorythms. Instead, it gets them from the

Re: OpenSSH and keys

2000-07-09 Thread Shachar Shemesh
TeraTerm only supports the SSH-1 protocol. OpenSSH 2 supports both SSH-1 and SSH-2. The SSH-2 protocol, however, uses a different algorythm to validate server and users (DSA instead of RSA). If, for some reason, you only generate DSA keys, or you configured you OpenSSH to only accept SSH-2

Re: Linux ddd debugger for C

2000-07-23 Thread Shachar Shemesh
You need to compile the program with debug info. I think the option is "-g". You also probably don't want to use optimizations on debug code. Shachar Mike Almogy wrote: Hi list. I installed ddd v3.2 and ddd v3.1 and in both of them i can not see the source code of my

Re: All hail Eris! (Was: Re: IGLU Cabal)

2000-07-23 Thread Shachar Shemesh
You forgot to mention Thur, the programmers' god (may his machine never run out of semi infinite tape). Shachar Gilad Ben-Yossef wrote: Ira Abramov wrote: On Sun, 23 Jul 2000, Yossi Cohen wrote: Hi! I wanted to know whowhat is the IGLU cabal, and what

Re: OO no... here we gOO again...

2000-07-24 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Who cares? OO is a programming design method, which attempts to make the process of writing software and maintaing it easier than it's predecessor (structured programming? Procedural programming? whatever). These are goals, and the principles behind OO, in my humble opinion, are just means to an

Re: [OT] Brain Damage.

2000-08-06 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Does that include the part where the DHCP license expired in the middle? Oleg Goldshmidt wrote: Ira Abramov [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: back to topic: anyone has any written down minutes from the meeting this friday? Moshe Bar promised to put his StarOffice presentation on

Re: strange problem

2000-08-10 Thread Shachar Shemesh
nslookup: aristo.savan.com Server: ns.gtek.co.il Address: 62.0.59.6 Name:aristo.savan.com Address: 192.117.120.137 rina.savan.com Server: ns.gtek.co.il Address: 62.0.59.6 *** ns.gtek.co.il can't find rina.savan.com: Non-existent domain 192.117.120.137 Server: ns.gtek.co.il

Re: You ruled me out as a potential customer (was: Re: 4 sale...)

2000-08-10 Thread Shachar Shemesh
It's so nice to see everyone on topic, relevant, and helpful. You could have, at least, change the subject. P.S. Please note that I have not changed the subject, posted on topic (in fact, I have created a new topic altogether), and that I am including the full quote of the original, irrelevant

Re: Scrolling in xterm

2000-08-20 Thread Shachar Shemesh
The widget works like this: Left mouse click - scroll down Right mouse click - scroll up Middle mouse drag - follow mouse up down. Subba Rao wrote: My xterm is version 4.0.1b(104). I have the scrollbar showing up on the left side of my window. I am not able to interactively use the mouse to

Re: Organizing a Linux Dinner

2000-08-21 Thread Shachar Shemesh
At the risk of being sucked into this flame war, I'll put in my two cents. I do not hold with "davka" people. I don't think eating only non-kosher food is a healthy thing for your soul. I also happen to think that when a large group containing also people that cannot eat non-kosher is assembled,

Re: MSIE automatic proxy config

2000-08-22 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Gavrie Philipson wrote: If you have a large number of clients to configure, setting up a transparent proxy is the way to go. This way, nothing has to be configured on the clients at all. I use such a proxy at our company, and use it to filter banner ads too BTW. Docs to configure Squid

Re: ReiserFS and Raid 5 (Hardware)

2000-08-23 Thread Shachar Shemesh
"Marc A. Volovic" wrote: 2. Linux has some support for Compaq array controllers. I do not know their worth. As Compaq actively pushes Linux based solutions, and they continually claim that Linux runs flawlessly on all their systems, I believe that there is pretty good support. I have seen

Re: MSIE automatic proxy config

2000-08-24 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Gilad Ben-Yossef wrote: Ah... but this page specifically (item #7) instruct the seekers of transparent proxies to turn on the *kernel* IPchains firewalling/NAT code on and use it's transparent proxy option. What this option does is rewriting packets going through the machine (the

Re: MSIE automatic proxy config

2000-08-24 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Gavrie Philipson wrote: Whatever you call it, it's not something specific to Linux. I have no experience with Checkpoint firewalls (IIRC, that's what Shachar mentioned), but surely they can redirect a packet from one port to another one? Gavrie. -- Gavrie Philipson Netmor Applied

Re: MSIE automatic proxy config

2000-08-24 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Gavrie Philipson wrote: GWhatever you call it, it's not something specific to Linux. I have no experience with Checkpoint firewalls (IIRC, that's what Shachar mentioned), but surely they can redirect a packet from one port to another one? Gavrie. -- Gavrie Philipson Netmor Applied

Re: Runaway Clock

2000-08-26 Thread Shachar Shemesh
While in now way solving the actual problem, installing and configuring xntp will solve the disturbing symptoms (I hope). Shachar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, The system clock on my Digital Venturis FX running RedHat 6.2 drifts forward at nearly one day per day. The hardware

Re: MSIE automatic proxy config

2000-08-26 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Hi Guy and everyone, guy keren wrote: maybe you should start thinking then ;) . if a "regular router" = cisco - then, yes, it can do that, and much more (depending on the version of its IOS). Maybe, but not as explained in your email. this will done done with no address translation on

Re: MSIE automatic proxy config

2000-08-27 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Gilad Ben-Yossef wrote: And once again I must say: "Don't think so 3rd layer, JeanLuke". I am not, number 1. I was about to explain how to build a 2d level (OSI) bridiging proxy but someone already did: http://perso.wanadoo.fr/magpie/EtherDivert.html No extra hop, no need for another

Re: MSIE automatic proxy config

2000-08-27 Thread Shachar Shemesh
guy keren wrote: _if_ at all one needs NAT for that... or NAT in _any_ classical sense of the word (according to your broad definitions, any using of a proxy server is actually an introduction of NAT, since not the original machine's addres is being shown in the FROM address of the packet

Re: Modem...

2000-08-30 Thread Shachar Shemesh
One addition to Gilad's explanation: Under the Linmodem site you can find, listed as WinModem, the IBM MWave series of cards. I happen to know this card (my company used to beta-test this card - before your time Gilad). This card has all the processing power on card to do all its tasks (that is

Re: SuSE 7.0

2000-08-31 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Actually, if you read the GPL, you will find it is perfectly legal for them to sell this product and not offer anyone the option to download for free. All the GPL requires them to do is to make the sources available to anyone who has legally obtained the binaries from them. Assuming that all the

Re: problem with connecting 2 pc's

2000-09-04 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Your problem is that the linux machine is trying to perform a reverse lookup on the windows machine, and it takes it about a minute to give up. If you are connected to the Internet, the DNS is found immediatly, and the machine gives up immediatly. In order to solve the proble, either install a

Re: CBQ question

2000-09-04 Thread Shachar Shemesh
I am not caliming to be all knowledgable in masquarading, but from what I understand, what you are asking is impossible. The problem lies in the fact that bandwidth shaping has everything to do with source and destination IP's. With your case, however, the returing traffic doesn't know the

Re: revers DNS.

2000-09-05 Thread Shachar Shemesh
It seems like relay.huji.ac.il is the primary DNS for 114.192.IN-ADDR.ARPA, meaning it should be the one pointing to the DNS for 206.114.192.IN-ADDR.ARPA. Since it obviously doesn't, noone else will. You need to arrange with whoever is managing relay.huji.ac.il to have it recognize your

Re: Virtual Serial Device Thingy.

2000-09-06 Thread Shachar Shemesh
You can use "nc" to create the connection, and redirect input and output to a named pipe (RTFM mknod). Then instruct Minicom to use the named pipe for communications. I am not sure this will work, as Minicom is likely to try and setty the serial port for various parameters. Worth a try, however.

Re: Virtual Serial Device Thingy.

2000-09-06 Thread Shachar Shemesh
As far as my understanding of the matter reaches, NFS mounting the remote directory will simply provide you a pseudo local file with major/minor numbers corresponding to the LOCAL serial port. Besides - the man didn't say he could do anything with the remote machine, just telnet. Danny - it

Re: linux mandrake 7.1 as server?

2000-08-29 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Try to find out if your server has a configured and working DNS (nslookup from your machine, and lookup anything). If it has, find out whether the machines you are trying to connect FROM has reverse lookup (nslookup again, this time type in the ip you are connecting from, and see if you are

Re: Virtual Serial Device Thingy.

2000-09-06 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Danny Paikov wrote: Shachar Shemesh wrote: Danny - it goes without saying that you either own both machines in question, or have explicit permission from the owner of the machine to which the modem is connected to do what you are asking here. I want it made clear that I, personally

Re: [OT] Security Signature

2000-09-06 Thread Shachar Shemesh
My guess is that the problem has to do with the automatic signature that the mailing list server adds to any message posted here. That definitly breaks the message authenticy, and probably the MIME format in some way. I don't think there is a solution to this problem. Shachar Noam

Re: TCP Socket Programming

2000-09-07 Thread Shachar Shemesh
The solution is quite simple: Have the Java client do a (blocking) read (of say, one byte) on the socket after sending the header. Have the server sent a single "sync" byte to the client immediately after opening the log file. And all works just fine. Bear in mind that this solution has the

Re: (Not so) Stupid question

2000-09-19 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Did you check for polterguise activity? Did you have anyone in your family who died, and who loved the switch from Daylight saving to standard? The only problem is, if that is indeed the problem, I don't know any good excorsists. Anyone? Shachar - Original Message

Re: Not at all Stupid question

2000-09-20 Thread Shachar Shemesh
The way I see it, there can be no hardware related problems to cause this problem (and this problem only). The time is kept totally independant of the RTC, and it also seems that the RTC has a drift, but does not have this problem. Being as it is that I remeber some complaints about clock

Re: Limits of grep?

2000-09-26 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Short explanation regarding the use of wildcards in Unix commands: Unlike what you may or may not know from Dos, the one responsible for the wildcard expansion is not the command itself - you will not find in grep instructions regarding what to do with filenames having asterixes. Instead, it is

Re: Limits of grep?

2000-09-26 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Yes, I have this one terrible drawback - I tend to tell people who seek help where they can get help, instead of actually doing all their work for them (thus increasing the chances they will require help again). I hold it as a poll to the community whether specifying exact command lines is

Re: modify domain name

2000-10-01 Thread Shachar Shemesh
If you give the name of the domain you are talking about, we may be able to query it and understand what you want to do, and what is the current situation. Shachar hagit wrote: HelloI just modified my domain name to my html server.My site has the name of my Mail server but I

Re: is the swap being used ?

2000-10-02 Thread Shachar Shemesh
guy keren wrote: On Mon, 2 Oct 2000, tizmo wrote: hi, i am using slack7.1 and i think i got a problem... why look for a problem when you've got none? i use 'top' and i see that the Swap is not used.. i see these lines: Mem: 127884K av, 32156K used, 95728K free, 10556K

DISTRIBUTION WAR!!! (Was: RH 7.0 infested with bugs?)

2000-10-03 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Let the flame war begin! Naor Weissman wrote: What you are basically saying is - USE DEBIAN !!! Regards, Naor Weissman RnD department BroadServe Israel +97254553183 http://www.broadserve.com -Original Message- From: Yosi [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED]] Sent: ?? 03 ???

OT: General phylosophical thoughts about mailing lists behaviours

2000-10-03 Thread Shachar Shemesh
For some strange reason, everytime I respond to a thread, I get all further communication on that thread twice. People, please, don't blindly "reply to all" messages. It stands to reason that, if someone posted to this mailing list, this someone is also subscribed to it. It is therefor enough to

Re: Why penguin?

2000-10-04 Thread Shachar Shemesh
ok, so why Tux? Chen Shapira wrote: Most of the pages you now quote have the same text, except http://www.penguinpower.com/PenguinPower/whyapenguin Which has a more meaningful explanation. According to this explanation, when Linus wanted a mascot for Linux (if I remember correctly,

Re: ADSL Help

2000-10-08 Thread Shachar Shemesh
The ADSL Howto contained an error regarding the PAP/CHAP usage. As far as I recall, it advocated using Chap, while Nezeq needs Pap. You need to copy some line from the Chap configuration to the Pap configuration. Please note that I have never done this myself, so I cannot give out the full

Re: anti virus.

2000-10-11 Thread Shachar Shemesh
you forgot: and through a reputable distribution channel. I think, however, that the original post was not trying to protect against viruses for Linux, but rather protect, using Linux, from viruses for WinTel. Shachar Moshe Zadka wrote: On Wed, 11 Oct 2000, Mike Almogy

Re: ADSL HOWTO?

2000-10-12 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Hi, It was posted here, so the best thing I can offer you is to search through the archives. There was one error that was corrected a little later on. You need to use PAP instead of CHAP. Shachar - Original Message - From: "Hetz Ben Hamo" [EMAIL PROTECTED] Cc:

Re: email alias...

2000-10-13 Thread Shachar Shemesh
You need a mail server that will be willing to address your domain. Either find one, or get seduced into the following great deal. The deal is a wonderful thing, offering an "Almost root" access to a Linux computer colocated at BezeqIntl, in Petah Tikwa. It belongs to a group of people, of whom

Re: firewall

2000-10-18 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Actually, most people have answered this already. I think the best thing is to understand what a firewall is, assess your needs, and then decide. First - a firewall is only a tool to enforce your access control. The better the firewall, you should have a better resolution at defining what it is

Re: firewall

2000-10-19 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Michael wrote: Hi All Can an open source, free programs in one way or another get to the level of option that FW-1 have ? Shachar Shemesh wrote: Regarding the commercial products available - I know FW-1, and it has very high capabilities (it has a finer enforcment capabilities than simply

Re: firewall

2000-10-19 Thread Shachar Shemesh
This brings us back to the other flame war. The one about whether the mailing list should automatically add the "reply-to:" field to the list. I feel a bit guilty about this. It all started by me asking why I should get every mail twice (people hitting "reply-to all"). The result were, on one

Re: firewall

2000-10-19 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Ahem Ahem Actually, I did not ask for the "Reply-To:" field. I asked that people doing the actual reply not reply to both me and the list. This is a technicality. I was not aware of the very good reasons mentioned in Gilad's mail, and so I did have a change of heart on that matter. Nadav -

Re: reply-to field

2000-10-23 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Actually, I counted myself, Gilad and Aviram against, Nadav and you in favour. You can say that 60% of the votes were in favour of removing. Shachar Schlomo Schapiro wrote: Hey, what do you mean "by popular demand" I saw exatly two postings in favour and against it !. This

Re: Apache/Proxy not caching Linux client

2000-10-23 Thread Shachar Shemesh
This is a wild guess here. I am assuming that you are doing transparent proxying using an ipchains rule. If this is the case, it could be that the ipchains rule does not apply to the machine itself. If this is the problem, it may be unsolvable, as you need to distinguish local attempts to

Re: reply-to field

2000-10-24 Thread Shachar Shemesh
It is. Read http://www.halisp.net/halisp/reply-to-harmful.html for complete details. Shachar Genady Osnis wrote: /is it the header that made messages appier twice on the list ? If it is then I'm against it. --- Genady Osnis E-mail: [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: OFF

2000-10-24 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Test the headers of the mails you receive from the list (the second copy you get from me). See which email they were delivered to. It may be that you are unsubscribing the wrong email address. Shachar "Nimrod S. Carmi" wrote: Hey everyone, Sorry to say that in here, but I

Re: NTP Question.

2000-10-25 Thread Shachar Shemesh
As far as I remeber, the recommended NTP setup is to have one machine sync with several servers on the internet, and have all other machines on the local network sync with that machine. This does have some redundancy problems (i.e. - little redundancy), but as NTP learns the drift and adjusts

Re: named problem...

2001-06-11 Thread Shachar Shemesh
The gist of your problem is that the registrar resolves your host during registration. This means that dynamic names won't work. What you need, then, is some service that would mirror your domain, and would supply the front end you need. You can try soa.grantiecanyon.com, if they are still up,

Re: Bezeq ADSL setup

2001-06-11 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Ok, I'll add my 4 cents. That's two for the fragmantation mechanism, and two for the all hosts on the network question. I'm afraid nothing of what I say will actually answer the original question. First - fraging: When a router receives a packet which is too big to transfer to the next hop,

Re: Bezeq ADSL setup

2001-06-12 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Can someone verify that the setup does, in fact, support the RFC? I.e. - use hping or other packet crafting tool to generate a big (say, 4K) TCP packet with the don't fragment flag set, and see (with tcpdump, or a real sniffer, such as ethereal) whether a fragment needed ICMP is sent. If it

Re: Bezeq ADSL setup

2001-06-12 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Shachar Shemesh wrote: Can someone verify that the setup does, in fact, support the RFC? I.e. - use hping or other packet crafting tool to generate a big (say, 4K) TCP packet with the don't fragment flag set, and see (with tcpdump, or a real sniffer, such as ethereal) whether

Re: Bezeq ADSL setup

2001-06-13 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Shachar Shemesh wrote: Dani Arbel wrote: Shachar, There is no point trying to send a packet larger than your own intrface MTU, with the dont fragment bit set. It shouldn't leave your machine in the first place (because the packet must be fragmented). Dani Oh, so you spotted this fact

Re: DNS issue

2001-06-14 Thread Shachar Shemesh
foreign DNS's keep his entry cached more than the said expire (or is it refresh?) given 60 seconds, and when he updates my DNS, they don't update off me. I have seen several cases of such behaviour, and not only with DNS. It seems that the various caches throughout the internet don't like

Re: NMI?

2001-06-17 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Nadav Har'El wrote: On Sun, Jun 17, 2001, Cedar Cox wrote about NMI?: Mar 15 03:36:06 nanu kernel: Uhhuh. NMI received. Dazed and confused, but trying to continue Mar 15 03:36:06 nanu kernel: You probably have a hardware problem with your RAM chips As you can see, I got this in my syslog quite

Re: question regarding sendmail

2001-06-19 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Ehud Karni wrote The 2nd way is using SSH tunneling. It is simpler and safer, but it has one catch - the user must have an account (not all my mail clients have UNIX accounts). Forward ports 110 and 25 and it'll work like magic with any mail client. Nobody can steal your password (use key

Re: Linux Redhat installation and networking

2001-06-25 Thread Shachar Shemesh
That's not my experience. My experience is that you need to manually add a Linux line to boot.ini in order to get the extra option (which is, in my opinion) the most convinient way. To do that, install LILO on the partition boot record, and seek out a util called bootparam. I would like to

Re: Linux Redhat installation and networking

2001-06-26 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Cedar Cox wrote: On Tue, 26 Jun 2001, Eran Levy wrote: No No. Im sorry. From my experience, knowledge and testings, I have got this: When I have installed NT loader after installing Linux, Linux showed up in the menu and I only had to choose it from the menu and press ENTER. Im not telling

Re: (main_buf = *main_buf_p) is not syntacticly like (i = *j) ?

2001-07-02 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Nadav Har'El wrote: Which means the jmp_buf type is an array. In C you can't normally assign arrays like you did (because C thinks you're trying to assign pointers, rather than the content of the array), so either do Slight correction. I know I lost a bet over this, and I know many people

Re: (main_buf = *main_buf_p) is not syntacticly like (i = *j) ?

2001-07-03 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Nadav Har'El wrote: On Tue, Jul 03, 2001, Shaul Karl wrote about Re: (main_buf = *main_buf_p) is not syntacticly like (i = *j) ?: Thank you for the responses. You're welcome. I bet you didn't expect so many correct responses. Well, I take the credit for the first response (my response

Re: (main_buf = *main_buf_p) is not syntacticly like (i = *j) ?

2001-07-03 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Adi Stav wrote: On Tue, Jul 03, 2001 at 12:13:47AM +0300, Shaul Karl wrote: Thank you for the responses. What I have done wrong is already pointed out. If you are curious what I am trying to do: 1. I wanted to have jmp_buf* passed as a function parameter in order to avoid a global variable.

Re: Very Strange behave, Maybe MX

2001-07-04 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Seems like this message is spam. If you would post the FULL headers, maybe we can get more info. In any case - spammers are known to do things to confuse who they are, and who they send things to (and where from). Shachar Ben-Nes Michael wrote: Hi All from time to time I get

Re: mozilla 0.9.2

2001-07-06 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Writing (and reading) mail messages in Hebrew is one example that pops to mind. The composer may be another. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It did not take much time for Tzafrir to discover one of the main missing features. This is due to strong opposition from the people responsible for UI

Re: My ADSL saga - Updates

2001-07-06 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Arie Vayner wrote: Hi Guys, As the one in charge of the technical ADSL issues in Netvision, I can answer all the questions below... We have encountered a problem with our RedBack machine, which was not fragmenting packets with the DF bit set (as normal routers should do). It WAS sending the

Re: mozilla 0.9.2

2001-07-09 Thread Shachar Shemesh
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Shachar Shemesh wrote: Writing (and reading) mail messages in Hebrew is one example that pops to mind. The composer may be another. In the composer, you have a means to set the direction: add a 'dir=rtl ' attribute where appropriate. Mozilla does not provide a user

Re: Linux(2.4.x) and masqeurating

2001-11-16 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Avishay Aton wrote: and finally secure remote ?! anyone sucsseded to connect with nat + FWZ ? Securemote has some option somewhere always encapsulate UDP packets. You need to check that on when you connect from a non-routable network (i.e. - behind a NAT). Thanks Avishay

Re: Linux(2.4.x) and masqeurating

2001-11-16 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Avishay Aton wrote: my connection is with mtu=1452 and mtu=1452 no errors and packet drops with my ifconfig -i. Avishay Not good enough. You need to actually reduce the MTU on the machines on the internal LAN, or apply an IP Tables rule that allows MSS rewriting. I have absolutely zero

Re: strange masq packets

2001-11-18 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Try pinging that IP, and then doing arp -a. Compare the MAC address to the other machines on your network. If the arp table doesn't contain your IP, then this looks like a masquareded source IP. If the arp table does have the IP, but the MAC address is none of your machines, you can be pretty

Re: making a non-GPLed module

2001-11-26 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Gilad Ben-Yossef wrote: Hi, When you read the following, bare in mind one thing: I am not a lawyer and I don't even play one on TV. Having said that, I did investiage this issue quite a lot for reasons very similar to yours. I am not a lawyer either. Furthermore - noone in my family is a

Re: making a non-GPLed module

2001-11-28 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Gilad Ben-Yossef wrote: On 2001 November 28 ,Wednesday 11:59, Gilad Ben-Yossef wrote: Again, I am no lawyer, but the official GNU/FSF standpoint as I understand is that the fact that module links against a GPLed work (the Linux kernel) means in is considered a derived work of the Linux kernel

Re: CPU Control

2001-11-29 Thread Shachar Shemesh
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, In a box with 2 CPUs, I am using RedHat kernel 2.4.7. Qustions: 1) Is it possible to enable/disable, by software means, a specific CPU (cpu 0 | cpu 1) ? 2) While both CPUs are enabled, can we enforce a program to run ONLY on a specific CPU ?

Re: OpenSourceSchools Journal Online

2001-10-09 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Nadav Har'El wrote: On Mon, Oct 08, 2001, Ilya Konstantinov wrote about Re: OpenSourceSchools Journal Online: On Mon, Oct 08, 2001 at 02:28:24PM +0200, Oleg Goldshmidt wrote: IANAL, but I think that legally, when you buy some software (e.g., Microsoft Bob) you buy the privilige of installing

Re: CPU Control

2001-11-30 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Official Flamer/Cabal NON-Leader wrote: On Thu, Nov 29, 2001 at 12:10:17PM +0200, Shachar Shemesh wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In a box with 2 CPUs, I am using RedHat kernel 2.4.7. 1) Is it possible to enable/disable, by software means, a specific CPU (cpu 0 | cpu 1) ? 2) While both CPUs

Re: how to edit /etc/fstab

2001-12-03 Thread Shachar Shemesh
vi /etc/fstab Unless you also want the the fstab format, and what the meaning of each field is, in which case man fstab Shachar root wrote: Would you please help me to edit fstab? How I could edit /etc/fstab from the console? Thanks for your help Salih Bicakci

Re: Installing modem

2001-12-05 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Had the exact same problem with a friends' modem (ESS' modem - ES2898s chipset - I opened the computer up and looked at the actual chip, as well as looking up the Windows 2000 PnP ID). After giving up for two or three times, trying to setserial it directly, we managed to fing it in the

Re: (Possibly OT) Looking for an ISP that delivers e-mail using q-mail

2001-12-10 Thread Shachar Shemesh
If you have your own domain, or otherwise, you can join fiasco (http://www.fiasco.org.il). I have not written the most important page on that site (the terms of joining), but very broadly, we are a group who share the price of colocating a server between us. If you have your own domain, this

Re: Making Linux Look Harder Than What It Is (or: Why do newbies still have a hard time after a 'deep' explanation?)

2001-12-11 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Gilad Ben-Yossef wrote: What about Mozilla? The Besttm browser for Linux (and any other OS as well). And heaviest (even comparing to IE). It has many problems, yet, I'll also note that I don't think it is inherently heavier than IE. Only problem is that you cannot unload IE, so you

Re: (OT) ISP's that don't allow relaying

2001-12-14 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Unless someone (the word Nadav seems to pop into my head, for no apparent reason) you are trying to send mail to is running an RBL+ filter, which also filters out dial-up IPs, and bingo - you cannot send them mail. No, running your own mail server is not always a good idea. I have a solution

Re: (OT) ISP's that don't allow relaying

2001-12-15 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Refael Ackermann wrote: At 19:12 15/12/2001, you wrote: Not as far as I know - I just tried to telnet to the Netvision mail gw and tried to send mail using a mail from address of an old netvision account - it reject my rcpt to command with a 'not relaying' error message. I'm connection

Re: [OT] my latest experience with internet zahav

2001-12-15 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Alex Chudnovsky wrote: now - wouldn't it save me 25 min. of radiating my had with the cell phone because i don't have phone the pc, and a bruto of 1 hour from my time waiting on the phone, if they would only try to check my user on the server FROM THE BEGINNING? Support monkey has THE SCRIPT

Re: (OT) ISP's that don't allow relaying

2001-12-16 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Refael Ackermann wrote: I'm using mailgw.netvision.net.il, and Eudora as client. To be more specific about what I've figured as the needed header format: The header must contain a valid netvision address anywhere (including the To field). Theoreticly searching the acount names DB shouldn't

Crypt passwords on RedHat 7.2

2001-12-20 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Due to legacy reasons, I need a freshly installed RedHat 7.2 to honor passwd entries that have crypt passwords (i.e. - their hash is 11 characters long). I had no problems with RedHat 7.1. I cannot tell for sure whether I did anything different (anyone has any suggestions as for a simple way

Re: Crypt passwords on RedHat 7.2

2001-12-20 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Only appeared once, at a line saying password sufficient /lib/security/pam_unix.so nullok use_authtok md5 shadow Tried removing the md5 keyword (oh, I wish I knew where the $(!%)#$ pam docs are), and didn't work. Also tried removing the line altogether, but that didn't work either. Do I need

Re: http://www.linux.org.il/ rants

2001-12-22 Thread Shachar Shemesh
guy keren wrote: there is also a need to install security updates from time to time - i'm not talking about zope (requires some previous experience with handling zope, and right now, looks like only chen has that) or mysql (shlomi configured it in a manner too peculear for me to follow).

Re: http://www.linux.org.il/ rants

2001-12-23 Thread Shachar Shemesh
. Requires subscription (even if it's free, at the moment). Adi Stav wrote: On Sun, Dec 23, 2001 at 01:26:52PM +0200, Shachar Shemesh wrote: Difference between RedHat and Debian update systems are not really technological. At least not the important details. I think redhat's system is a bit better

Re: Volunteer administrators (was: Re: Guy's Rants about volunteerism)

2001-12-24 Thread Shachar Shemesh
In the interest of reducing the amount of rants/flames/tomato throwing/A-bomb making/fish slapping, I will now officially state that I have offered my help in maintaining the security of the server. I have one welcome and four silent agreements (i.e. - people who were notified but did not say

Re: Implementation of log(x) for SPARC32

2001-12-26 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Personally, I use a mail client that has a wonderful innovative new feature called threads. This allows me to detect on first or second emails a thread that is not interesting to me, and skip all further readins on it. In this particular case, however, I skipped all technical stuff and went

Re: Freecell Solver is (finally) in the Debian Pool

2001-12-26 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Shlomi Fish wrote: Now I think I'll try to put into Mandrake Cooker and see how long it will take in comparison to Debian... Regards, Shlomi Fish Probably less. Debian are well known for their reluctance to add new code, and their long acceptance cycle. I think it is regarded as a

Re: IGLU server, and a tiny story.

2001-12-27 Thread Shachar Shemesh
It's not clear which part of the question is less likely. If you install each and every new 2.4.x kernel, you will have: A. It will be extremely unlikely that you will not have any failiures. B. Your uptime will not go above ~month. The 2.4.x series is not exactly the peek of stability, so far.

Re: dosemu with hebrew

2001-12-28 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Off the top of my head, and I have not tried this out. Try using the MS supplied Hebrew tools. I think they are the best way to go about it. Very shortly, you load a codepage (962, I think), and a special device driver. Shachar evyatar wrote: I use dosemu-1.0.2 and I want to

Re: rh72 and /etc/init.d/network

2002-01-08 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Strange indeed. What does doing ifdown eth0 ; ifup eth0 do? Shachar Evgeny Popov wrote: Strange thing - in my 2 rh72 systems changing ip address in '/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0' followed by '/etc/init.d/network restart' does not work. Rebooting does, but i am not

Re: Solved: https(443) and ADSL/masquerading

2002-01-09 Thread Shachar Shemesh
Ira Abramov wrote: personally, my MTU is set at 1452, and also forced to re-fragment in the iptables: $IPTABLES -A FORWARD -p tcp --tcp-flags SYN,RST SYN -j TCPMSS --clamp-mss-to-pmtu no idea if it helps, but it doesn't hurt :) Actually, this does not refragment, but rather changes the MSS

Re: Solved: https(443) and ADSL/masquerading

2002-01-09 Thread Shachar Shemesh
guy keren wrote: On Wed, 9 Jan 2002, Ira Abramov wrote: 3. it _could_ be that even without it, the mere fact that ira uses 're-fragmentation' (which, as i remember, was a requirement for any masquerading linux machine, back in 2.2 kernels - have that changed) would have caused any

Re: mouse problems continued - even weirder

2002-01-27 Thread Shachar Shemesh
I have seen different thinkpads react radically different to the idea of an external PS/2 mouse. With some, I had to manully disable the built-in thing (for lack of a better word - mouse). There is sometimes a setting called Disable thing if extrenal mouse is connected during boot. That's the

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