Call for Papers - BSDday Argentina 2011

2011-07-20 Thread Sdävtaker
BSDday Argentina 2011 - http://www.bsdday.org.ar/

4-5 Nov.
Buenos Aires City, Argentina
Universidad Tecnológica Nacional, Facultad Regional Buenos Aires

*BSD users in Argentina call to the community of free software, users,
system administrators and developers of BSD systems for participation
on the BSDday 2011.

The subject of the event is BSD operating systems, BSD-licensed
software, licensing issues, BSD philosophy and related topics.

There is no maximum number of speakers or length of the talks, but you
should indicate both at the time of the talk submission.

Talks and slides can be in Spanish or English, talks with
practical/lab content besides theoretical content in which attendees
can perform labs practices and exercises are preferred over purely
theoretical ones.

For lab talks, the speaker should indicate the materials and
assistants needed (i.e. a laptop with a specific OS).

NOTE: On budget issues, the organizators may pay some of the passages
or hotels, in whole or in part, to the selected authors residing
outside of Buenos Aires City (Argentina).

We appreciate the contribution of everyone in the dissemination of
this call and the event itself. Feel free to forward this email to any
individuals/organizations you may think would be interested in it.

Until when you can submit papers?

Proposals will be received until October 10th inclusive.

Where to send?

The information of the paper should be sent in plain text and slide
attachments (if you have) to the following address of email: llamcha
[at] bsdday.org.

How to send?

The sending of the proposed talk should have the following information:

Title: Title of the paper.
Author's Name: Brief description of each, place of residence,
association, BUG, agency or enterprise to which he belongs, if
applicable.
Type: It can be traditional or workshop.
Estimated time of duration: The talks are usually 45 'and the
workshops have a length of 1:45. If it is more or less the time
required, please tell us.
Brief description of the talk: One or two paragraphs to explain the
content of the presentation.
Level of the attendees: newbie / intermediate / advanced / expert.
Background information: Specify that knowledge must have assistants.
Subject: programming, multimedia, communications, workstation, network
services, interoperability, education, kernel, etc.
Phone of the author: To communicate with you.
Residence: of the author.
Format

The shipment of the slides should be one of the following formats:

Openoffice.org presentation
HTML standard
Postscript
PDF
Plaintext
LaTex
License

Specify a license that allows the event organizers and distribute
material that can be downloaded from the BSDday website.

If you can not specify, you can choose from GFDL or cc-by-sa 2.5 en.


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Re: How to test and debug Dragonfly BSD?

2010-11-08 Thread Sdävtaker
DragonflyBSD got Virtual Kernels, those are a tool to run kernels over
kernel and debug them.
In the documentation site:
http://www.dragonflybsd.org/docs/documentation/
there is a section for developer where you can read about codeing
standards, tools, repository handling, most what you need is there :-)
VBox doesnt run in DFBSD as far as i know and it had some tricks to
make DFBSD work in a VBox too, there is a reported bug to oracle that
never  was fixed and give troubles time to time (if you use it with
no-acpi, probably the only issue you will have is a necesity for
reboot after turn on, it works for me that way, no idea why, turn on,
it halts, soft reset, it workssome kind of Vudu for sure).
Also, check the irc, most the developers are there most the time :-)
Enjoy the project, there is a lot of fascinating things going on
Damian

On Mon, Nov 8, 2010 at 17:07, Marcin Ropa marcinr...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hello,

 A few weeks ago I decided to spend my free time working on dfbsd and i
 started digging in code. I have experience as developer but there
 everything is new for me and probably I will have to spend many time
 before i will be helpful for the project. :)
 I have my first question.: How do you organize your work on DragonFly
 BSD? I am not going to ask you about your editor but how do you run,
 test and debug your code. Do you use VirtualBox, qemu or seperate
 machine? Does VirtualBox run on dfbsd or you run VirtualBox on another
 system, e.g.: FreeBSD and this is your development platform?
 I know you are busy, but if you find time please give me some hints
 how to organize work on operating system.

 thanks a lot and
 Greeting

 Marcin




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Re: How to test and debug Dragonfly BSD?

2010-11-08 Thread Sdävtaker
last time i checked was like 1, maybe 2 months ago, i will try again
with 2.8 to see what happens.
Damian

On Mon, Nov 8, 2010 at 17:33, John Marino dragonfly...@marino.st wrote:
 Hi Sdävtaker,
 Apparently your experience differs from mine.  I've been running Dragonfly
 i386 and Dragonfly x86_64 within Virtualbox for a year now, and it works
 great.  I've had no issues whatsoever, and that's on host machines of both
 windows and Solaris.  We've even found and fixed a couple of bugs in Dfly
 due to running it inside vbox.

 I think your vbox information might be a bit obsolete, or maybe there is
 something wrong with your instance of it.

 It requires no tricks.  I recommend that one picks FreeBSD or 64-bit FreeBSD
 as the OS when they create the machine.

 Regards,
 John


 On 11/8/2010 9:25 PM, Sdävtaker wrote:

 DragonflyBSD got Virtual Kernels, those are a tool to run kernels over
 kernel and debug them.
 In the documentation site:
 http://www.dragonflybsd.org/docs/documentation/
 there is a section for developer where you can read about codeing
 standards, tools, repository handling, most what you need is there :-)
 VBox doesnt run in DFBSD as far as i know and it had some tricks to
 make DFBSD work in a VBox too, there is a reported bug to oracle that
 never  was fixed and give troubles time to time (if you use it with
 no-acpi, probably the only issue you will have is a necesity for
 reboot after turn on, it works for me that way, no idea why, turn on,
 it halts, soft reset, it workssome kind of Vudu for sure).
 Also, check the irc, most the developers are there most the time :-)
 Enjoy the project, there is a lot of fascinating things going on
 Damian

 On Mon, Nov 8, 2010 at 17:07,Marcin Ropa  marcinr...@gmail.com  wrote:

 Hello,

 A few weeks ago I decided to spend my free time working on dfbsd and i
 started digging in code. I have experience as developer but there
 everything is new for me and probably I will have to spend many time
 before i will be helpful for the project. :)
 I have my first question.: How do you organize your work on DragonFly
 BSD? I am not going to ask you about your editor but how do you run,
 test and debug your code. Do you use VirtualBox, qemu or seperate
 machine? Does VirtualBox run on dfbsd or you run VirtualBox on another
 system, e.g.: FreeBSD and this is your development platform?
 I know you are busy, but if you find time please give me some hints
 how to organize work on operating system.

 thanks a lot and
 Greeting

 Marcin








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Re: ctrl alt backspace does not exit X server

2010-11-05 Thread Sdävtaker
X.org removed that feature few versions ago, if you want to have the
ability to use it again need to start it with -retro.


On Sat, Nov 6, 2010 at 01:05, Edward Martinez edwa...@bak.rr.com wrote:
 Hi,

    I just  finished  installing X org from pkgsrc like the handbook
 describes, everything went well, except,  when i press ctrl +alt+ backspace
 simultaneously to exit x windows, it does not exit, like it describes in the
 handbook to exit x.  I don't know if i left something out or I have to add
 something to xorg.conf.



 Regards
 Edward




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FW: Call for course proposals

2010-11-02 Thread Sdävtaker
Hi,
My university has 1 week in the year (July 25-30)  where they invite
professors and researchers from another countries (or regions) to give
a small 5 days course about computer sciences or IT related stuff.
Following is the the Original Call, if someone needs help contacting
the organizators, i can help you with that, just mail me and i ll
gladly help you.
Also if you want to know more about the event I attended it few times,
probably i can reply some questions about it.
Damian

--

Call for course proposals for ECI 2011

CALL FOR COURSE PROPOSALS FOR ECI 2011
Deadline: November 15, 2010

The call for course proposals for ECI 2011 is now open! The selected
applicants will be giving their lectures as Invited Professors at the
University of Buenos Aires.



The organizing committee of ECI 2011 invites proposals for one-week
courses at ECI 2011, which will take place on July 25-30, 2011, at the
Computer Science Department at the School of Sciences (FCEN) of the
University of Buenos Aires (UBA), Argentina.

Courses can be given either at advanced undergraduate or graduate
level on any subject on Informatics, preferently not covered by the
regular curricula. Course lectures can be given in Spanish, Portuguese
or English. Each course is 15 hours long -- 3 hours per day from
Monday to Friday. The final evaluation can be either an exam taken on
Saturday, or a take-home exam.

ECI provides funding for covering travel, accommodation and other
expenses of invited lecturers.

Proposals must be emailed to eci2011(a)dc.uba.ar by November 15, 2010,
and must include:

1) Course title.
2) Course abstract (max 1000 chars).
3) Brief outline of the course syllabus.
4) Lecturer's CV.

For more information about previous editions of ECI, please visit our
website at http://www.dc.uba.ar/eci.



ABOUT ECI:

ECI (School of Informatics) has been held yearly since 1987 by the
Computer Science Department at the School of Sciences (FCEN) of the
University of Buenos Aires (UBA), Argentina.

Its main objective is to offer participants high-quality intensive
courses on subjects usually not covered by the regular curriculum.
Attendants to the ECI are graduate and undergraduate students from UBA
and other universities, and practitioners from the
industry/government, both from Argentina and from neighboring
countries. Courses are taught by visiting professors from Universities
and institutions from around the world. This gives participants the
opportunity to learn new research topics and establish links of
academic cooperation. The ECI has repeatedly proven to be an excellent
means for promoting research and development. In previous editions,
ECI was attended by 350 to 800 participants, each taking from one to
three courses.

Throughout these years, ECI has been made possible thanks to the
efforts of many renowned professors and researchers, the cooperation
of the authorities and staff of FCEN-UBA, and the financial support of
several private companies and organizations. Previous editions of ECI
have been supplemented with software, hardware and book presentations
from different companies. Other activities at ECI include talks,
tutorials and seminars, making it an excellent venue for academic and
professional exchange.



For further information please contact us at:

Escuela de Ciencias Informáticas - ECI 2011
Departamento de Computación, FCEN, UBA
Pabellón I - Ciudad Universitaria
1428, Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA

Tel./Fax: (+54) 11 4576-3359
Tel.: (+54) 11 4576-3391 al 96, int 701/702
e-mail: eci2011(a)dc.uba.ar
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Re: Suggestion for hammer cleanup

2010-10-18 Thread Sdävtaker
Probably it will be nicer for desktop users to have a run when
history is using more than X space than by periodic.


On Mon, Oct 18, 2010 at 02:49,  elekktrett...@exemail.com.au wrote:
 I think we definitely must have hammer cleanup not depending on periodic.
 Especially laptop/workstation users, since they may be running only couple
 of hours a day.

 The system should be able to automatically initiate hammer cleanup
 whenever it's been more than 1 day/x hours since last time it was run. It
 doesn't matter if its day or night.

 Suggestions?

 Petr





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Talks about DFBSD in BSDday-AR

2010-10-04 Thread Sdävtaker
Hi,
Alex Hornung confirmed 2 talks about DFBSD in next BSDday Argentina.
Also I ll give an introductory to HammerFS
BSDday-AR is coming November 5th and 6th in Buenos Aires
Damian

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Re: Weird entry in ISO

2010-09-24 Thread Sdävtaker
 What about DF basic system software divided into sets similar to sets
 found in OpenBSD?

You got metapackages in pkg_src

  Sorry, but I simply did not fail to see that DFBSD system might
  gain having such tools distibuted on its ISO and be the leader on
  the BSD trek of all BSD flavors. For all those like me who like to
  use mc or lynx. We have the right to breath too, haven't we?

The more important reason i see is... Its a lot harder to remove a
package than install it. And if you working with servers you dont want
loose ends.

Regards
Damian


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Re: keyboard stopped working

2010-07-04 Thread Sdävtaker
About ctrl-alt-bckspace you need to run the Xorg with -retro to enabled it.
Probably someone already told that in the irc.
No idea about numbers and letters.

On Sat, Jul 3, 2010 at 18:51, Pierre Abbat p...@phma.optus.nu wrote:

 On Thursday 01 July 2010 22:40:54 Pierre Abbat wrote:
  My laptop was up for about 56 days. This morning I compiled kernel and
  world, but did not install. I took the laptop to the office to work on a
  database and found when I got there that I could not log in at the kdm
  prompt. Caps lock, num lock, and scroll lock all work, as does
  ctrl-alt-del, but ctrl-alt-bs does not, nor does any letter or number
 key.
  The mouse works. I sshed in and turned off kdm; I got the same results at
  the keyboard. I cannot switch VCs with ctrl-alt-Fn. I just got home and
 the
  keyboard has the same problem. Any ideas? Should I try installing kernel
  and world?

 After some discussion on IRC, this turns out to be bug 1519:
 http://bugs.dragonflybsd.org/issue1519 . There's no mention of tty in
 xorg.conf or kdmrc. Any idea how to fix this?

 Pierre
 --
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 .ibabo damba do .ibabo do jinga
 .icu'u la ma'atman.




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Re: commit your changes or stash them before you can merge - I didn't change anything :-(

2010-05-20 Thread Sdävtaker
if you are sure those changes got no value you can also:
git reset --hard (that will remove the changes you have)

On Thu, May 20, 2010 at 06:41, Stathis Kamperis ekamp...@gmail.com wrote:

 2010/5/20 Siju George sgeorge...@gmail.com:
  Hi,
 
  This is the first time i ever saw this during a source update
 
  cd /usr/src/
  git pull
  remote: Counting objects: 18, done.
  remote: Compressing objects: 100% (10/10), done.
  remote: Total 10 (delta 8), reused 0 (delta 0)
  Unpacking objects: 100% (10/10), done.
  From git://git.dragonflybsd.org/dragonfly
f4de6f9..8cb6454  DragonFly_RELEASE_2_6 - origin/DragonFly_RELEASE_2_6
d575613..04db1b2  master - origin/master
  Updating d575613..04db1b2
  error: Your local changes to 'lib/libc/uuid/uuid_name_lookup.c' would
  be overwritten by merge.  Aborting.
  Please, commit your changes or stash them before you can merge.
  cd /usr/
  make src-update
  cd /usr/src  git pull
  Updating d575613..04db1b2
  error: Your local changes to 'lib/libc/uuid/uuid_name_lookup.c' would
  be overwritten by merge.  Aborting.
  Please, commit your changes or stash them before you can merge.
  *** Error code 1
 
  Stop in /usr.
 
 
  Current Versiob is
 
  2.7-DEVELOPMENT DragonFly v2.7.3.44.gd5756-DEVELOPMENT #0: Wed May 19
  07:37:57 IST 2010
 
  Thanks
 
  --Siju
 

 Just like git says, you have a modified version of the file
 'lib/libc/uuid/uuid_name_lookup.c'.

 When you do a 'git pull', you tell git to fetch remote changes and
 merge them with your local tree. If git does so, the remote copy will
 overwrite your local copy of the file we discuss. Here git tries to
 protect you from losing any work you've done on the file, by stopping
 the merge.

 Again, just like the error message says, you have to either 'git
 stash' or 'git add file  git commit -m foo'. My guess is that
 you haven't manually edited the file or you don't care about it. In
 this case do:

 git checkout HEAD -- lib/libc/uuid/uuid_name_lookup.c
 git pull

 Also, make sure that you are on the right branch when you 'git pull'.

 This should fixed it. If not, feel free to write back :)


 Cheers,
 Stathis




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[OT] BSD users/events in DFW area?

2010-05-11 Thread Sdävtaker
Hi,
I got a work trip to Dallas Fortworth and I was wondering if there is any
event or something BSD related that someone know about. I googled it, but
Texas doesnt look like the more BSD place in the world at all, 0 matches for
bugs O.O
Damian

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Re: [OT] BSD users/events in DFW area?

2010-05-11 Thread Sdävtaker
Nice, thanks for the info i will check out the site to see if something
comes up while im here.
Damian

On Tue, May 11, 2010 at 11:54, Jeremy C. Reed r...@reedmedia.net wrote:

 On Tue, 11 May 2010, Sd?vtaker wrote:

  Hi, I got a work trip to Dallas Fortworth and I was wondering if there is
  any event or something BSD related that someone know about. I googled it,
  but Texas doesnt look like the more BSD place in the world at all, 0
 matches
  for bugs O.O
  Damian

 Nothing that I know of. There is the Unix users group:
 http://www.dfwuug.org/
 that would do BSD presentations if someone would propose and give one.
 (I presented there once about DNSSEC.)

 There is also the meetup group but I am not sure how that works.

 I only know of a couple BSD developers in the area (including me).




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Fwd: BSDday 2010 - Pre Call for Papers (Pre-CFP)

2010-05-06 Thread Sdävtaker
BSDday Argentina 2010 - http://www.bsdday.org/

Buenos Aires City

 * OpenBSDeros - OpenBSD User Group and
 * BUG-DC-UBA-AR BSD User Group of Computer Department of the Faculty
of Natural Sciences, University of Buenos Aires,
 call to the community of free software, users, system administrators
and developers of BSD systems for participation to BSDday 2010.

The subject of the event is BSD operating systems, BSD-licensed
software, licensing issues, BSD philosophy and related topics.

There is no maximum number of speakers or length of the talks, but you
should indicate those both at the time of the talk submission.

Talks and slides can be in Spanish or English, talks with
practical/lab content besides theoretical content in which attendees
can perform labs practices and exercises  are preferred over purely
theoretical ones.

For lab talks the speaker should indicate the materials assistants
must have (i.e. a laptop with such and such OS).

NOTE: On budget issues, the organizators may pay some of the passages
or hotel, in whole or in part, to the selected authors residing
outside the Buenos Aires City (Argentina).

We appreciate the contribution of everyone in the dissemination of
this call and the event itself, feel free to forward this email to any
individuals/organizations you may think would be interested in it.




== Where to send? ==

The information of the paper should be sent in plain text and slide
attachments (if you have) to the following address of email: llamcha
[in] bsdday.org.


== How to send ==

 The sending of the proposed talk should have the following information:

 * Title: Title of the paper.
 * Author's Name: Brief description of each, place of residence,
association, BUG, agency or enterprise to which he belongs, if
applicable.
 * Type: It can be traditional or workshop.
 * Estimated time of duration: The talks are usually 45 'and the
workshops have a length of 1:45. If it is more or less the time
required, please tell us.
 * Brief description of the talk: One or two paragraphs to explain
the content of the presentation.
 * Level of the attendees: newbie / intermediate / advanced / expert.
 * Background information: Specify that knowledge must have assistants.
 * Subject: programming, multimedia, communications, workstation,
network services, interoperability, education, kernel, etc.
 * Phone of the author: To communicate with you.
 * Residence: of the author.


== Format ==

The shipment of the slides should be one of the following formats:

 * Openoffice.org presentation
 * HTML standard
 * Postscript
 * PDF
 * Plaintext
 * LaTex


== License ==

Specify a license that allows the event organizers and distribute
material that can be downloaded from the BSDday website.

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Insufficients buffers for rebalance

2010-04-26 Thread Sdävtaker
Hi,
I got the Insufficient buffers for rebalance in 2.6.2-RELEASE #1
It was running in a virtualbox with 128MB ram and 60GB hd, i read that it
need to have more than 128MB memory in an old mail, so i incresed the memory
to 386MB, still get the same error everytime i run rebalance.
Any suggestions?
Damian

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Re: Minimum size for a hammer file system?

2010-04-23 Thread Sdävtaker
The problem with the small FSs is the manteinance of them, you will hit the
diskfull too fast in very small FS (unless you tune it up propperly and
increase the cleanup/prune frequencies).
In my real box i got a 160GB disk and worked fine since hammer was released
until now.
In my virtualbox it has a 16GB disk and never crashed, but i got just dfbsd
srcs, vim and zsh and use it for dfbsd tests and experiments only.
Damian

On Fri, Apr 23, 2010 at 04:47, Steve O'Hara-Smith st...@sohara.org wrote:

 On Fri, 23 Apr 2010 11:21:27 +0200
 Sascha Wildner s...@online.de wrote:

  Am 23.04.2010 09:19, schrieb Colin Adams:
   I thought I had previously seen (on this mailing list) advice that
   hammer was designed for use on 500GB systems or bigger. Accordingly, as
   I only have a 160GB drive, I am not using it.
  
   But just now (after reading some of today's messages), I took a look at
   http://www.dragonflybsd.org/hammer/ to learn more about hammer. There
 is
   says it is designed to be used on 50GB or more. So was I misreading
   earlier, or have improvements meant it is now practical for smaller
 file
   systems?
 
  50MB is what we recommend officially, thought people also have run it on

 er 50GB

  smaller disks.
 
  The 500 you read surely was a typo.

 as was that M ;)

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 C:WIN  | A better way to focus the sun
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Re: Does the Slave pfs take up more space that the Master?

2010-04-15 Thread Sdävtaker
What i remember happened to me was that master pfs are pruned/reblocked by
the periodic but the slave pfs are not, so time to time i used to get a lot
of used space in my backups, just go and prune/reblock by hand and check if
thats what happening to you, check the config before, so you sure not
deleting stuff you dont want to.
Damian

On Mon, Apr 12, 2010 at 04:03, Siju George sgeorge...@gmail.com wrote:

 Hi,

 I have two hammer file systems.

 Backup1   454G   281G   173G62%/Backup1
 Backup2   454G   316G   138G70%/Backup2

 on a 2.7-DEVELOPMENT DragonFly v2.7.0.54.g0754fe-DEVELOPMENT #18: Wed Apr
  7

 Backup1 contains 3 pfses

 dfly-bkpsrv# cd /Backup1
 dfly-bkpsrv# ls -l
 total 0
 drwxr-xr-x  1 root  wheel  0 Mar 26 13:38 Data
 drwxr-xr-x  1 root  wheel  0 Apr  5 15:36 VersionControl
 drwxr-xr-x  1 root  wheel  0 Oct  8  2009 pfs
 drwxr-xr-x  1 root  wheel  0 Feb  3 09:46 test

 Backup2 contains just the mirrored slves of the above 3 pfses

 dfly-bkpsrv# cd /Backup2
 dfly-bkpsrv# ls -l
 total 0
 lrwxr-xr-x  1 root  wheel  17 Jul  7  2009 Data - /Backup2/pfs/Data
 lrwxr-xr-x  1 root  wheel  27 Sep 28  2009 VersionControl -
 /Backup2/pfs/VersionControl
 drwxr-xr-x  1 root  wheel   0 Oct  8  2009 pfs
 lrwxr-xr-x  1 root  wheel  17 Oct  8  2009 test - /Backup2/pfs/test

 the snapshots are the same as of now for both masters and slaves

 dfly-bkpsrv# hammer snapls /Backup1/Data/
 Snapshots on /Backup1/Data  PFS #1
 Transaction ID   Timestamp  Note
 0x0001b998acd0  2010-04-07 13:04:02 IST -
 0x0001bd9525b0  2010-04-08 20:30:06 IST -
 0x0001bf96f7102010-04-09 20:30:07 IST -
 dfly-bkpsrv# hammer snapls /Backup2/Data/
 Snapshots on (null) PFS #1
 Transaction ID   Timestamp   Note
 0x0001b998acd0  2010-04-07 13:04:02 IST -
 0x0001bd9525b0  2010-04-08 20:30:06 IST -
 0x0001bf96f7102010-04-09 20:30:07 IST -
 dfly-bkpsrv#

 dfly-bkpsrv# hammer snapls /Backup1/VersionControl/
 Snapshots on /Backup1/VersionControlPFS #2
 Transaction ID   Timestamp   Note
 0x0001b99af1c0   2010-04-07 13:24:57 IST -
 0x0001bd952790  2010-04-08 20:56:40 IST -
 0x0001bf96f8d02010-04-09 20:56:48 IST -
 dfly-bkpsrv# hammer snapls /Backup2/VersionControl/
 Snapshots on (null) PFS #2
 Transaction ID   Timestamp   Note
 0x0001b99af1c0   2010-04-07 13:24:57 IST -
 0x0001bd952790  2010-04-08 20:56:40 IST -
 0x0001bf96f8d02010-04-09 20:56:48 IST -

 Snapshots on /Backup1/test  PFS #3
 Transaction ID   Timestamp   Note
 0x0001c1982760  2010-04-12 14:27:30 IST -
 dfly-bkpsrv# hammer snapls /Backup2/test/
 Snapshots on (null) PFS #3
 Transaction IDTimestamp   Note
 0x0001bf980a60   2010-04-12 14:27:38 IST -


 So why Backup2 70% filled while Backup1 is only 62% filled ?

 Thanks :-)

 --Siju




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DNLA server

2010-02-21 Thread Sdävtaker
Hi,
Im wondering if there is any dnla server ported to dfbsd, does someone tried
to setup one?
If not, i will have a box to test any, i just dont know which one is worth
the porting.

Damian

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Call for courses proposals

2010-02-16 Thread Sdävtaker
CALL FOR COURSE PROPOSALS FOR ECI 2010
Deadline: March 12, 2010



Escuela de Ciencias Informáticas - ECI 2010
July 26-31, 2010

Departamento de Computación
Facultad de Ciencias Exactas y Naturales
Universidad de Buenos Aires, ARGENTINA



The organizing committee of ECI 2010 invites proposals for one-week
courses at ECI 2010. (Suggestions of lecturers that could be invited
are also welcome.) Proposals must be emailed to eci2...@dc.uba.ar, and
must include the title and an outline of the course, and the
lecturer's CV. Courses can be given either at advanced undergraduate
or graduate level on any subject on Informatics, preferently not
covered by the regular curricula.

Course lectures can be given in Spanish, Portuguese or English. Each
course has 15-18 hours in total -- 3 hours per day from Monday to
Friday, with a final evaluation that can be either a take-home or an
exam taken on Saturday.

ECI provides funds to cover travel and/or stay of invited lecturers.

Proposals must be emailed to eci2...@dc.uba.ar by March 12, 2010, and
must include:
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4) Lecturer's CV.

For more information about previous editions of ECI, please visit our
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Its main objective is to offer participants high-quality intensive
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Attendants to the ECI are graduate and undergraduate students from UBA
and other universities, and practitioners from the
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Courses are taught by visiting professors from Universities and
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ECI was attended by 350 to 800 participants, each taking from one to
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Throughout these years, ECI has been possible thanks to the effort of
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Re: linuxulator update

2009-11-27 Thread Sdävtaker
I got a secondary partition with  Linux 2.6.31-14-generic where i can  build.

On Fri, Nov 27, 2009 at 11:59, Pierre Abbat p...@phma.optus.nu wrote:
 On Friday 27 November 2009 09:10:15 Alex Hornung wrote:
 Hi,

 With our outdated linux emu (linuxulator) we can't run most of the software
 that can run on FreeBSD, such as newer jre/jdk, ... ( see bug report 1141
 [1] for more details).

 Do you mean it's a moa? ;)

 Pierre

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Re: Another notebook running DFBSD

2009-10-08 Thread Sdävtaker
sure :-)


On Wed, Oct 7, 2009 at 20:44, Justin C. Sherrill
jus...@shiningsilence.comwrote:

 On Wed, October 7, 2009 6:27 pm, Sdävtaker wrote:
  Hi,
  I tested dfbsd 2.4.1 in a clevo tn120r and it runs :-)
  It misses some drivers (none0-7) but runs kde3 and most of the soft i use
  with no problem at all.
  If someone want me to test anything in this hardware please mail me i can
  use it for experiments

 Can you update the website with your results?  Add a link for the Clevo
 TN120R here:

 http://www.dragonflybsd.org/docs/user/DragonFlyOnLaptops/

 And then follow it, and fill out how it worked, please.




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Another notebook running DFBSD

2009-10-07 Thread Sdävtaker
Hi,
I tested dfbsd 2.4.1 in a clevo tn120r and it runs :-)
It misses some drivers (none0-7) but runs kde3 and most of the soft i use
with no problem at all.
If someone want me to test anything in this hardware please mail me i can
use it for experiments

The pciconf -lv is:
hos...@pci0:0:0:0:class=0x06 card=0x01221558 chip=0x2a008086
rev=0x03 hdr=0x00
vendor = 'Intel Corporation'
device = 'Mobile PM965/GM965/GL960 Express Processor to DRAM
Controller'
class  = bridge
subclass   = HOST-PCI
vgap...@pci0:0:2:0:class=0x03 card=0x01221558 chip=0x2a028086
rev=0x03 hdr=0x00
vendor = 'Intel Corporation'
device = 'Mobile 965 Express Integrated Graphics Controller'
class  = display
subclass   = VGA
vgap...@pci0:0:2:1:class=0x038000 card=0x01221558 chip=0x2a038086
rev=0x03 hdr=0x00
vendor = 'Intel Corporation'
device = 'Mobile 965 Express Integrated Graphics Controller'
class  = display
uh...@pci0:0:26:0:class=0x0c0300 card=0x01221558 chip=0x28348086
rev=0x03 hdr=0x00
vendor = 'Intel Corporation'
device = '82801H (ICH8 Family) USB UHCI'
class  = serial bus
subclass   = USB
uh...@pci0:0:26:1:class=0x0c0300 card=0x01221558 chip=0x28358086
rev=0x03 hdr=0x00
vendor = 'Intel Corporation'
device = '82801H (ICH8 Family) USB UHCI'
class  = serial bus
subclass   = USB
no...@pci0:0:26:7:class=0x0c0320 card=0x01221558 chip=0x283a8086
rev=0x03 hdr=0x00
vendor = 'Intel Corporation'
device = '81EC1043 (?) ICH8 Enhanced USB2 Enhanced Host Controller'
class  = serial bus
subclass   = USB
no...@pci0:0:27:0:class=0x040300 card=0x01221558 chip=0x284b8086
rev=0x03 hdr=0x00
vendor = 'Intel Corporation'
device = '82801H Intel audio controller embedded with the 82801H
chipset ( ICH8 chipset )'
class  = multimedia
subclass   = HDA
pc...@pci0:0:28:0:class=0x060400 card=0x01221558 chip=0x283f8086
rev=0x03 hdr=0x01
vendor = 'Intel Corporation'
device = '82801H (ICH8 Family) PCIe Port 1'
class  = bridge
subclass   = PCI-PCI
pc...@pci0:0:28:1:class=0x060400 card=0x01221558 chip=0x28418086
rev=0x03 hdr=0x01
vendor = 'Intel Corporation'
device = '82801H (ICH8 Family) PCIe Port 2'
class  = bridge
subclass   = PCI-PCI
pc...@pci0:0:28:2:class=0x060400 card=0x01221558 chip=0x28438086
rev=0x03 hdr=0x01
vendor = 'Intel Corporation'
device = '82801H (ICH8 Family) PCIe Port 3'
class  = bridge
subclass   = PCI-PCI
pc...@pci0:0:28:3:class=0x060400 card=0x01221558 chip=0x28458086
rev=0x03 hdr=0x01
vendor = 'Intel Corporation'
device = '82801H (ICH8 Family) PCIe Port 4'
class  = bridge
subclass   = PCI-PCI
uh...@pci0:0:29:0:class=0x0c0300 card=0x01221558 chip=0x28308086
rev=0x03 hdr=0x00
vendor = 'Intel Corporation'
device = '82801H (ICH8 Family) USB UHCI'
class  = serial bus
subclass   = USB
uh...@pci0:0:29:1:class=0x0c0300 card=0x01221558 chip=0x28318086
rev=0x03 hdr=0x00
vendor = 'Intel Corporation'
device = '82801H (ICH8 Family) USB UHCI'
class  = serial bus
subclass   = USB
uh...@pci0:0:29:2:class=0x0c0300 card=0x01221558 chip=0x28328086
rev=0x03 hdr=0x00
vendor = 'Intel Corporation'
device = '82801H (ICH8 Family) USB UHCI'
class  = serial bus
subclass   = USB
no...@pci0:0:29:7:class=0x0c0320 card=0x01221558 chip=0x28368086
rev=0x03 hdr=0x00
vendor = 'Intel Corporation'
device = '82801H (ICH8 Family) USB2 EHCI'
class  = serial bus
subclass   = USB
pc...@pci0:0:30:0:class=0x060401 card=0x chip=0x24488086
rev=0xf3 hdr=0x01
vendor = 'Intel Corporation'
device = '82801 Family (ICH2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9-M) Hub Interface to PCI
Bridge'
class  = bridge
subclass   = PCI-PCI
is...@pci0:0:31:0:class=0x060100 card=0x01221558 chip=0x28158086
rev=0x03 hdr=0x00
vendor = 'Intel Corporation'
device = '82801HEM (ICH8M-E) LPC Interface Controller'
class  = bridge
subclass   = PCI-ISA
atap...@pci0:0:31:2:class=0x010180 card=0x01221558 chip=0x28288086
rev=0x03 hdr=0x00
vendor = 'Intel Corporation'
device = '82801 (ICH8M) 3 port SATA Controller'
class  = mass storage
subclass   = ATA
no...@pci0:0:31:3:class=0x0c0500 card=0x01221558 chip=0x283e8086
rev=0x03 hdr=0x00
vendor = 'Intel Corporation'
device = '82801H (ICH8 Family) SMBus Controller'
class  = serial bus
subclass   = SMBus
no...@pci0:2:0:0:class=0x028000 card=0x10018086 chip=0x42228086 rev=0x02
hdr=0x00
vendor = 'Intel Corporation'
device = '10208086 Intel 3945ABG Wireless LAN controller'
class  = network
r...@pci0:7:0:0:class=0x02 card=0x01221558 chip=0x816810ec rev=0x01
hdr=0x00

Re: New digest?

2009-10-04 Thread Sdävtaker
Nice site, i will add links to other languages resources, i will link you
there :-)


On Sat, Oct 3, 2009 at 23:55, Luiz Gustavo S. Costa 
luizgust...@mundounix.com.br wrote:

 Thanks Sdävtaker !!!

 I’m always following the discussions in the list of users DragonFly
 and always leaving an interesting news on the blog
 (http://www.shiningsilence.com/dbsdlog), I will be replicating the
 same in the Portuguese language on my blog which is the address:
 http://www.luizgustavo.pro.br

 2009/10/2 Sdävtaker sdavta...@gmail.com:
  Hi,
  I just want to tell i openned a blog where i will be posting the news
 about
  what is going on in dfbsd, pretty much what justin does in the dfbsd
 digest,
  the difference is im doing it in spanish :-)
  the url is http://dfbsd.trackbsd.org.ar and i plan to post up to 4 times
 the
  week.
  It is still pretty undercontruction, but it had a post about the release
  already ;-)
  Thanks for DFBSD!
  Nice work!
  
  Spanish version now
  -
  Solo queria avisar que abri un blog donde voy a ir posteando las
 novedades
  acerca de dfbsd, masomenos lo que hace justin en el dfbsd digest, la
  diferencia, lo hago en español yo :-)
  La direccion es http://dfbsd.trackbsd.org.ar y la actualizare unas 4
 veces
  por semana de momento.
  Esta medio en construccion aun, pero ya postie que hubo release ;-)
  Felicitaciones a todos los que trabajaron en este proyecto, GRACIAS.
  Saludos
  Damian
 



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New digest?

2009-10-02 Thread Sdävtaker
Hi,
I just want to tell i openned a blog where i will be posting the news about
what is going on in dfbsd, pretty much what justin does in the dfbsd digest,
the difference is im doing it in spanish :-)
the url is http://dfbsd.trackbsd.org.ar and i plan to post up to 4 times the
week.
It is still pretty undercontruction, but it had a post about the release
already ;-)
Thanks for DFBSD!
Nice work!

Spanish version now
-
Solo queria avisar que abri un blog donde voy a ir posteando las novedades
acerca de dfbsd, masomenos lo que hace justin en el dfbsd digest, la
diferencia, lo hago en español yo :-)
La direccion es http://dfbsd.trackbsd.org.ar y la actualizare unas 4 veces
por semana de momento.
Esta medio en construccion aun, pero ya postie que hubo release ;-)
Felicitaciones a todos los que trabajaron en este proyecto, GRACIAS.
Saludos
Damian


Re: DragonFly 2.4.1 Released!

2009-10-01 Thread Sdävtaker
Since 2.0 i started installing the x.y.0 in my just in my own machine and
upgraded servers when x.y.1 was released.


On Thu, Oct 1, 2009 at 14:40, Simon 'corecode' Schubert 
corec...@fs.ei.tum.de wrote:

 Erik Wikström wrote:

 Of course this is more or less what you are already doing, except for a
 change of names, X.Y.0 - X.Y.0 RC, X.Y.1 - X.Y.0. The only difference
 is that it will make casual users more aware of the fact that some
 problems are to be expected.


 I completely agree.

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Re: Question about FSHammer getting full

2009-08-27 Thread Sdävtaker
Im wondering, if I delete a couple of snapshots and prune everything in the
machine A, after mirror copy to the second one, it will be pruned and
reblocked just by the mirror copy?

On Thu, Aug 27, 2009 at 14:05, Matthew Dillon
dil...@apollo.backplane.comwrote:

Thomas, its definitely possible to do both those things.

Pruning on a per-file basis can be done by carefully specifying the
key range in the ioctl call to just cover the desired object id
(inode number).

Determining how much space the snapshots use can be accomplished by
scanning the B-Tree.  Some form of the mirror-read ioctl which flags
the mirror read code to just send the B-Tree records without any of
the related bulk data (HAMMER_MREC_TYPE_PASS).

Then the hammer utility can use the mirror-read ioctl with this new
flag and collect the usage information into buckets based on the
delete_tid.  The utility can use the prune command's snapshot gathering
procedures to figure out where the bucket demarkations are.

I think it all can be done with only a modest amount of work and it
would be awesome if you did it!

-Matt




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Question about FSHammer getting full

2009-08-26 Thread Sdävtaker
Hi,
I got  a hammer FS running 59 days (today was 60, recopy is scheduled every
30, maybe a coincidence, maybe not)
The thing is the Hd got full today, i destroyed some old PFSs to make some
space (6GBS) and 5 minutes after it was full again, im guessing something is
filling it real fast, but dont know where to look at :-/
It does mirror copy  from other mahcines every 30 minutes, but stopped that
before remove the 6GB.
Any ideas, suggestions?
If i found it, and i stop it, is there a way to remove the full story from
all snapshots of those specific files consuming all?
Thanks for any ideas.
Damian


usb 3G Modem support

2009-07-20 Thread Sdävtaker
Hi,
I was wondering if someone is using 3G USB Modem?
If any is working i will go get one of those :-)
Thanks for any info.
Damian Vicino


Re: Instant crash with Linux OpenOffice

2009-06-02 Thread Sdävtaker
I got a another one
I created a fresh pfs-slave, and after that i did mirror-copy from
home to the fresh pfs. Then i got kernel panic.
After reboot tried the mirror-copy again and worked ok.
i could reproduce it at home, i was using dfbsd 2.2.1
I think its a problem about the timing of the operations, maybe it
needs to wait for sync before the mirror copy and maybe it is already
fixed in 2.2.2.
Sdav


On Tue, Jun 2, 2009 at 04:41, Simon 'corecode' Schubert
corec...@fs.ei.tum.de wrote:
 Francois Tigeot wrote:

 I have recently upgraded the root fs to Hammer on one of my machines.
 Since
 then, I have been unable to run any version of OpenOffice.

 I'll add my crashes (HAMMER, 2.3.1):
 % soffice
 javaldx: Could not find a Java Runtime Environment!
 /etc/host.conf: line 4: bad command `hosts'
 /etc/host.conf: line 6: bad command `bind'
 Fontconfig error: conf.d, line 1: no element found

 Same thing, splash appears, then aborts.

 cheers
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Hammer feature suggestion

2009-05-26 Thread Sdävtaker
Hey,
I was using Hammer for a while (10 months) and i found it extremly
usefull (and stable now).
The PFSs are very handfull for administration and backup.
I manage 3 servers with DFBSD right now and 0 makes mirror-copy in 1,
1 in 2 and 2 in 0 so i can ever have a backup of everything just in
case.
I was wondering if there is the possibility to make the PFSs crypt-able.
You pass them the RSA/DSA pair key at mount (mount -key pathToKey
/pfs/cryptedPFS ), the key could be stored in a removable device, like
a usb stick, CDROM or anything else (get it from a server in local
network, i dont know).
I found it usefull for notebooks, you can crypt /home and /var, have a
usb with the key pair, so if someone stole the PC, at least you dont
have to worry about the data.
I was thinking use the keys for crypt at  8MB chunks basis (i had read
hammer has a 8MB chunks allocation in the tree) and code/decode at
use.
I wondering if it is possible to add this feature without big
collaterals, if you think it can be added smoothly and someone can
guide me a little i can try to code it.
Sdav


BSDday Argentina 2009

2009-05-26 Thread Sdävtaker
As i posted last month, there will be a BSD event in Argentina May 29 and 30
I got a spot for a Hammer administration introduction.
I will talk about, setup, basic use, config files, mirroring, and some
introduction to DFBSD's basics (pkg_src where to find some basic
config files, etc...)
Link to talks schedule :
http://www.bsdday.org/index.php?p=cronograma
Sdav


Re: Hammer error?

2009-05-20 Thread Sdävtaker
I will check with the debugger later, but i can tell in advance that i
found the trigger, i could reproduce the error :-)

Machine0 has  standard out of the box hammerFS from installer, used
for 2-3 months, now 30GB in /home, it's a server, it has a public
static IP for his own.
Machine1 fresh install same structure, running in a VM in my home
behind a router, behind a ADSL (Dynamic-ip)
I forwaded the ADSL port 22 to the Machine1, checked my ip address at
the moment and ran:

Machine0# hammer pfs-status /home   //to get shared-uuid
Machine1# hammer pfs-slave /pfs/machine0.home shared-uuid=**
Machine0# hammer mirror-copy /home r...@machine1ipaddress:/pfs/machine0.home
It took a couple of hours (30GB) and sometime in the run the public
address of my ADSL modem changed (not the internat, im still
192.168)
Then i got a hammer.core in my root's home.
I think there is nothing to do about this just do the copy in small
chunks, right?
Sdav

On Tue, May 19, 2009 at 22:49, Matthew Dillon
dil...@apollo.backplane.com wrote:

 :Hello,
 :I was doing some backup from Machine0 to Machine1 using hammer
 :mirror-copy and got a suppicious new file called hammer.core.
 :Looking around the files it looks like a success copy but i still
 :curious about this new 720kb file.
 :Someone can tell me if i need to worry about it and where can i start
 :checking for errors in case there was one?
 :Machine0 has DFBSD2.2.0-release, Machine1 has DFBSD2.2.1-release,
 :could it be the problem? should i just upgrade both?
 :Sdav

   A hammer.core could only come from the hammer utility core dumping.
   This wouldn't be a filesystem error but it certainly indicates a bug
   somewhere in the hammer utility.

   If you haven't updated the sources relative to when the core was
   generated you can recompile the hammer utility with DEBUG_FLAGS=-g and
   then gdb the binary and core file and get a backtrace to see where it
   died.

   If you have updated the sources since then you'd have to wait for a new
   core file to be generated for a newly debug-compiled hammer utility to
   match the core file.

       cd /usr/src/sbin/hammer
       make clean
       make obj
       make DEBUG_FLAGS=-g all install

       ...

       gdb /sbin/hammer hammer.core
       ...
       gdb back


                                        -Matt
                                        Matthew Dillon
                                        dil...@backplane.com




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Re: Hammer error?

2009-05-20 Thread Sdävtaker
Oh, after retry with the new IP it started in
transactionid=0002 again, is it ok? shouldnt it start where it
crashed?
Sdav

On Wed, May 20, 2009 at 10:44, Sdävtaker sdavta...@gmail.com wrote:
 I will check with the debugger later, but i can tell in advance that i
 found the trigger, i could reproduce the error :-)

 Machine0 has  standard out of the box hammerFS from installer, used
 for 2-3 months, now 30GB in /home, it's a server, it has a public
 static IP for his own.
 Machine1 fresh install same structure, running in a VM in my home
 behind a router, behind a ADSL (Dynamic-ip)
 I forwaded the ADSL port 22 to the Machine1, checked my ip address at
 the moment and ran:

 Machine0# hammer pfs-status /home   //to get shared-uuid
 Machine1# hammer pfs-slave /pfs/machine0.home shared-uuid=**
 Machine0# hammer mirror-copy /home r...@machine1ipaddress:/pfs/machine0.home
 It took a couple of hours (30GB) and sometime in the run the public
 address of my ADSL modem changed (not the internat, im still
 192.168)
 Then i got a hammer.core in my root's home.
 I think there is nothing to do about this just do the copy in small
 chunks, right?
 Sdav

 On Tue, May 19, 2009 at 22:49, Matthew Dillon
 dil...@apollo.backplane.com wrote:

 :Hello,
 :I was doing some backup from Machine0 to Machine1 using hammer
 :mirror-copy and got a suppicious new file called hammer.core.
 :Looking around the files it looks like a success copy but i still
 :curious about this new 720kb file.
 :Someone can tell me if i need to worry about it and where can i start
 :checking for errors in case there was one?
 :Machine0 has DFBSD2.2.0-release, Machine1 has DFBSD2.2.1-release,
 :could it be the problem? should i just upgrade both?
 :Sdav

   A hammer.core could only come from the hammer utility core dumping.
   This wouldn't be a filesystem error but it certainly indicates a bug
   somewhere in the hammer utility.

   If you haven't updated the sources relative to when the core was
   generated you can recompile the hammer utility with DEBUG_FLAGS=-g and
   then gdb the binary and core file and get a backtrace to see where it
   died.

   If you have updated the sources since then you'd have to wait for a new
   core file to be generated for a newly debug-compiled hammer utility to
   match the core file.

       cd /usr/src/sbin/hammer
       make clean
       make obj
       make DEBUG_FLAGS=-g all install

       ...

       gdb /sbin/hammer hammer.core
       ...
       gdb back


                                        -Matt
                                        Matthew Dillon
                                        dil...@backplane.com




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Hammer error?

2009-05-19 Thread Sdävtaker
Hello,
I was doing some backup from Machine0 to Machine1 using hammer
mirror-copy and got a suppicious new file called hammer.core.
Looking around the files it looks like a success copy but i still
curious about this new 720kb file.
Someone can tell me if i need to worry about it and where can i start
checking for errors in case there was one?
Machine0 has DFBSD2.2.0-release, Machine1 has DFBSD2.2.1-release,
could it be the problem? should i just upgrade both?
Sdav

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Re: Moved config?

2009-05-08 Thread Sdävtaker
oh, cool, thanks


On Fri, May 8, 2009 at 03:46, Sascha Wildner s...@online.de wrote:
 Sdävtaker schrieb:

 Hello, i just installed 2.2.1 and i cant find the config and snapshot
 directory, i had them in 2.2.0
 Did i fail the installation or those were moved somewhere else?
 I installed hammered way all straight foward, nothing by hand.
 Thanks for any info.
 Sdav

 They will be created at the first 'hammer snapshot' which is part of
 periodic(8)'s daily run (~3am each night).

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Moved config?

2009-05-07 Thread Sdävtaker
Hello, i just installed 2.2.1 and i cant find the config and snapshot
directory, i had them in 2.2.0
Did i fail the installation or those were moved somewhere else?
I installed hammered way all straight foward, nothing by hand.
Thanks for any info.
Sdav


BSDday Argentina

2009-04-27 Thread Sdävtaker
Hey,
I uploaded to my personal site the poster of the event,
http://bsd.plasmaware.net/Home/AficheBSDday_2.pdf?attredirects=0
Its in spanish and doesnt say much, but the girl has a dragonfly in the leg ;-)
Damian


Re: PHP and apache

2009-04-24 Thread Sdävtaker
I fetch pkgsrc and dfsrc as first step every time i finish install a
new version of DFBSD, it cant hurt to have it in the install menu.
Sdav

On Thu, Apr 23, 2009 at 14:10, Justin C. Sherrill
jus...@shiningsilence.com wrote:
 On Thu, April 23, 2009 6:43 am, Steve O'Hara-Smith wrote:
 cd /usr
 make pkgsrc-checkout

 Would it be worth making this an optional step at install time?  Opinions?
  Don't know if there's a way to automate it.





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Re: mod_python problem

2009-04-23 Thread Sdävtaker
[SOLVED]
use python_module for load in place of mod_python, the symbol in the
pkg_src build is that one.
Tested installing trac and works ok.
Sdav


On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 15:58, Sdävtaker sdavta...@gmail.com wrote:
 Hey,
 Im having some problems trying to get mod_python working.
 I got DFBSD 2.2r, and installed from pkgsrc apache22 and ap2-python,
 both from last pkgsrc version.
  (updated pkg-src with make pkgsrc-update) and the install of both
 pkgs was bmake install straight foward.
 When i run  apachectl start I get
 --
 httpd: Syntax error on line 416 of /usr/pkg/etc/httpd/httpd.conf:
 Can't locate API module structure `mod_python' in file
 /usr/pkg/lib/httpd/mod_python.so: Undefined symbol mod_python
 --
 At httpd.conf i got:

 ...
 LoadModule php5_module lib/httpd/mod_php5.so
 AddHandler application/x-httpd-php .php

 LoadModule wsgi_module lib/httpd/mod_wsgi.so
 LoadModule mod_python lib/httpd/mod_python.so
 AddHandler python-program .py

 --

 And i had added to /usr/pkg/sbin/envvars-std:

 LD_PRELOAD=/usr/lib/libc_r.so  # or libpthread.so
 export LD_PRELOAD

 --



 Any idea whats wrong?
 Thanks for any help
 Sdav




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mod_python problem

2009-04-22 Thread Sdävtaker
Hey,
Im having some problems trying to get mod_python working.
I got DFBSD 2.2r, and installed from pkgsrc apache22 and ap2-python,
both from last pkgsrc version.
 (updated pkg-src with make pkgsrc-update) and the install of both
pkgs was bmake install straight foward.
When i run  apachectl start I get
--
httpd: Syntax error on line 416 of /usr/pkg/etc/httpd/httpd.conf:
Can't locate API module structure `mod_python' in file
/usr/pkg/lib/httpd/mod_python.so: Undefined symbol mod_python
--
At httpd.conf i got:

...
LoadModule php5_module lib/httpd/mod_php5.so
AddHandler application/x-httpd-php .php

LoadModule wsgi_module lib/httpd/mod_wsgi.so
LoadModule mod_python lib/httpd/mod_python.so
AddHandler python-program .py

--

And i had added to /usr/pkg/sbin/envvars-std:

LD_PRELOAD=/usr/lib/libc_r.so  # or libpthread.so
export LD_PRELOAD

--



Any idea whats wrong?
Thanks for any help
Sdav


Re: Release 2.2.1? [was: Re: How to configure DragonFly?]

2009-04-21 Thread Sdävtaker
I made it work login in from 2nd console with no gui opened, it just
dont work in the 1st one
Sdav

On Tue, Apr 21, 2009 at 03:15, Matthias Schmidt
matth...@dragonflybsd.org wrote:
 HI,

 * Colin Adams wrote:
 Furthermore, if I try to run the installer from the live DVD, it won't
 let me TAB to any of the other options, such as configuring an
 installed system (which is all I want to do).

 Start the installer from X and not from the console.  Then it should
 work.

 My students here faced the same problem.  Most of them downloaded the
 GUI DVD version and tried to install DragonFly from the first console
 and this failed, of course.  When can we roll a 2.2.1/$whatever version?
 This bug is really annoying and most new users hit them (at least in my
 experience with a CS course here).

 Cheers

        Matthias




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Re: Release 2.2.1? [was: Re: How to configure DragonFly?]

2009-04-21 Thread Sdävtaker
Logged as instaler, i could install it successfullly, it crash the
screen time to time, but works, try other consoles, 3 or 4, i dont
remember now, try change consoles after log as instaler, i remember i
did something like that, someone told me that in the list, there
should be a mail about this, it is a know bug.
Sdav

On Tue, Apr 21, 2009 at 09:37, Colin Adams
colinpaulad...@googlemail.com wrote:
 Was this after booting from live DVD or from Hard disk? Did you just
 login as installer or login as root and type installer?

 Neither option does anything for me (after pressing ALT-F2 to get to a
 second console).

 2009/4/21 Sdävtaker sdavta...@gmail.com:
 I made it work login in from 2nd console with no gui opened, it just
 dont work in the 1st one
 Sdav

 On Tue, Apr 21, 2009 at 03:15, Matthias Schmidt
 matth...@dragonflybsd.org wrote:
 HI,

 * Colin Adams wrote:
 Furthermore, if I try to run the installer from the live DVD, it won't
 let me TAB to any of the other options, such as configuring an
 installed system (which is all I want to do).

 Start the installer from X and not from the console.  Then it should
 work.

 My students here faced the same problem.  Most of them downloaded the
 GUI DVD version and tried to install DragonFly from the first console
 and this failed, of course.  When can we roll a 2.2.1/$whatever version?
 This bug is really annoying and most new users hit them (at least in my
 experience with a CS course here).

 Cheers

        Matthias




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pkg-src ap2-wsgi

2009-04-20 Thread Sdävtaker
Hey,
I had some troubles with the wsgi in the pkgsrc, so i downloaded the
last version and build it. It is working for me.
The patch-aa was already merged with the official source, so i deleted
it and created this patch file, if some can test it, maybe it can be
upgraded in the repository.

Index: Makefile
===
RCS file: /cvsroot/pkgsrc/www/ap2-wsgi/Makefile,v
retrieving revision 1.7
diff -u -p -r1.7 Makefile
--- Makefile12 Sep 2008 05:41:59 -  1.7
+++ Makefile20 Apr 2009 16:09:15 -
@@ -14,7 +14,7 @@ PKG_DESTDIR_SUPPORT=  user-destdir

 USE_LIBTOOL=   yes
 APACHE_MODULE= yes
-VERSION=   2.3
+VERSION=   2.4

 GNU_CONFIGURE= yes
 CONFIGURE_ARGS+=--with-apxs=${APXS:Q}
Index: distinfo
===
RCS file: /cvsroot/pkgsrc/www/ap2-wsgi/distinfo,v
retrieving revision 1.6
diff -u -p -r1.6 distinfo
--- distinfo12 Sep 2008 08:13:10 -  1.6
+++ distinfo20 Apr 2009 16:09:15 -
@@ -1,6 +1,5 @@
 $NetBSD: distinfo,v 1.6 2008/09/12 08:13:10 epg Exp $

-SHA1 (mod_wsgi-2.3.tar.gz) = 7a28710b1ce02a48e4dc77189e37dcbffa0ed26b
-RMD160 (mod_wsgi-2.3.tar.gz) = fde91c1a092eafd505ddc5d36616a8c2c6940f84
-Size (mod_wsgi-2.3.tar.gz) = 96872 bytes
-SHA1 (patch-aa) = 716e1c8932f4563bd7d93344884bceb2300d3735
+SHA1 (mod_wsgi-2.4.tar.gz) = 0d108fbe3cd9b23bfd529278f2a2747dd64977fe
+RMD160 (mod_wsgi-2.4.tar.gz) = f0d91efe0c6b2a91031241030285ad486717c2e7
+Size (mod_wsgi-2.4.tar.gz) = 99491 bytes


Crypted backup Looking for suggestions

2009-04-15 Thread Sdävtaker
Hey,
Im looking for some suggestions about how to keep a backup in a remote
(shared) PC.
I got 20GB of srcs and images in my pc (PCBSD) and i got access to
100GB in a shared DFBSD2.2 server (all hammerFS).
I want to use the server to keep a backup of my files in a remote
location (in a daily basis)
I dont mind if other users can see the name of the files, but i will
like to keep the contents private and be spacewise.
My first attemp was create an asymetric key pair, copy the full tree
to a temp location, crypt every file in the second tree and rsync the
content to server, after that if i need to restore the info in another
pc, i download in a temp tree, then decrypt and copy to the real
location.
I know there should be a easier way.
Thanks for any suggestion.
Sdav


Re: 1 week until Summer of Code application time

2009-03-03 Thread Sdävtaker
It will be amazing if someone can get FreeBSD-UFS mountable (at least for read).



On Tue, Mar 3, 2009 at 01:27, Justin C. Sherrill
jus...@shiningsilence.com wrote:
 Here's a heads-up:

 Application time for organizations (not students) to get into the 2009
 Summer of Code program is 1 week away.

 If you are any of these things:

 - potential student
 - potential mentor
 - person with an idea for a project

 Please mark it down at:

 http://www.dragonflybsd.org/gsoc2009/

 It's OK to suggest an idea even if you don't have the time to mentor it.
 I do need more mentors names - remember, it gets you $500 in addition to
 helping the DragonFly project a great deal.





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Re: BSDday-AR

2009-02-26 Thread Sdävtaker
Follow up.
University of Buenos Aires will host one of the 2 days and the other
one will be host by colectivo la tribu, argentina.com will provide
host to all the inet services needed, so i hope the new site will be
up and running in few days with the wiki, and mailing lists.
I will come up with urls  ASAP, waiting for deploy and DNS updates. :-)
Damian Vicino


On Fri, Feb 20, 2009 at 15:40, Sdävtaker sdavta...@gmail.com wrote:
 We got a couple of organizations all working together (coordination of
 the different parties takes time, specially when one is a legal assoc
 and one is a university) there is too some non-official organizations
 like openbsderos.org who are taking all the work of site and wiki.
 The site is waiting for place confirmation, the place is waiting for
 some burocratic stuff in university, so we hope to put all together
 asap, but there is a lot of interaction and different parties with
 different times :-/
 It is our first time trying to work a event of this magnitude.
 Damian




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BSDday-AR

2009-02-12 Thread Sdävtaker
Hey everyone, just a headup.
Buenos Aires May 29th+30th, BSDday-Argentina.
We still working in english versions of the site and calls, anyway you
can already check a spanish version in http://www.bsdday.com.ar
As soon as I get a  english version, i will send it (My english sucks
enough to avoid trying to full translate some official stuff).
If someone want to help in organization we still need some hands.
See ya
Damian


Re: DragonFlyBSD in the JRSL

2008-08-21 Thread Sdävtaker
Hey,
I want to share with you our experience in the JRSL08 yesterday. Hope
you can read my english.
JRSL08 started registration process at 10am, Agustin Nieto and me had
to talk about hammer at 11 am, there was another 7 talks at same time,
and unlucky for us there was a big hit international talk at same
hour,  so we got real few people.
We started a few minutes late because acreditation was in big delay
(we skipped regitration, give the talk and then went back to entrance
to register ourself...)
The talk was smooth, we did a 10 minutes introduction to BSD story,
then DFBSD story, DFBSD goals, status of DFBSD project, after that I
did a 15 minutes introduction to Hammer features, and some practical
examples of the common Hammer use (newfs, mount, fstab, history, undo,
prune, reblock), we used a lot of screenshoots of the examples that we
had ran before the presentation to speed up the things (we had only
30-40 minutes)
After show all the examples, i talked a little about the mirroring ,
and left last 10 minutes for questions.
There was a lot of questions, we had a dfbsd2 in a qemu ready to show
things, questions where focused on the automatization of backups, the
prune and reblock (use in crontab, -c -t, etc), and when can i get
this in (put the name of your favorite os here). The people was few
but everyone got very curious about hammer after the talk, everyone in
the room had at least one question to ask, even there was questions
about internal implementation.
We had to extend the questions session a little longer (until people
from next talk appeared and we had to left the room), anyway we kept
talking with some of them in the hall.
I think we can repeat this talk in the near future, just need to add
some data about the mirroring, and a better title, we noticed there
was people who was interested but the title said nothing to them
before the talk.
We used a PDF presentation, it will be published in the JRSL site, it
is in spanish only and was just a guide for us.
JRSL will continue today and tomorrow.
Something i noticed is there was real few bsd participation this year,
there was some poeople from openbsderos and people from the bug of y
university, thats all.
hope you enjoyed the review and it was pretty understandable.
See ya.
Damian Vicino


Hammer talk

2008-08-13 Thread Sdävtaker
Hey,
Im collecting data for the talk in the JRSL next week (about hammer).
Agustin Nieto from UBA joined and we going to talk together.
Our plan for the talk is to show the features and some demo scripts of
how to use it, then move to a feature comparison against popular FSs
(ZFS, UFS, EXT3) and lastly go for some benchmark comparison.
If someone got test scripts, benchmark scripts, graphics, or anything
you want to share and think is usefull to talk about, please send it
to me and I will add the references and try to add to the talk.
The talk will be 30-45 minutes long, the talk is oriented to advanced
users and admins, we will not talk about implementation details, just
how to use it and why to use it. Anyway, Agustin and me are interested
in implementation ;-)
Another thing, I was trying to measure I/O, memory and CPU for the
benchmarking, it can do a nice compare against UFS (running in a
similar clean DFBSD installation) but i cant find a fear way to
compare against EXT3 or ZFS, any idea about it?
Thanks for any help and suggestions.
Damian


DFBSD2 and virtualbox no compatible?

2008-07-31 Thread Sdävtaker
Hello,
I was trying to install a DFBSD2 in virtualbox (sun's virtual machine)
and it doesnt boot, acpi or not acpi the same. I was hitting some
config params, but nothing changes.
Did someone tried it before? I used to install some VMwarez with
DFBSD1.x with not problems, but company is migrating the
virtualization software to sun's virtualbox for some licences issue.
Any idea what can be wrong?
Thanks for any info.
Damian


DFBSD from VM to RM

2008-07-23 Thread Sdävtaker
Hey,
Im doing setup of DFBSD2  in a VM to show my boss that it can provide
all the services we need. If i succed (i will) i will have to move it
to a real machine, is there a way to just move frm VM to RM? did
someone tried? or the best thing is do everything with script and then
rerun the whole process? I just wondering about the time that server
will be down while doing the second choice.
Sdav

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Re: New site design

2008-06-03 Thread Sdävtaker
I really liked the new bar plain color :-)
The green-red plants were getting me blind, the light blue is a lot
more eye-friendly :-)
About logo, i belive the old one is cool to be placed same place it
were, but a 3d-mascot can work too adding a little backward
compatibility in the colors, the green circle can be used as a landing
spot in the 3d version and make a full logo conversion that way.
Anyway, I would use the 3d mascot further inside the navigation and
not in the index. Maybe in a fanart or visual resources section,
or use it as mascot for the DragonFly with X version.
About navigation I didnt found big changes, everything usefull goes to
the wiki and it has a raw wiki design, it will be cool to port the new
design to the wiki when done.
Sdav


On Thu, May 29, 2008 at 8:39 PM, Ernesto Bascon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Just my humble comments:

 1. Keep one logo that identifies your project, two different
 dragonflies in two different postures does not define the official
 logo project.

 2. Actually I like DragonFly name over DragonFlyBSD name... what is
 the correct one? DragonFly (with no BSD) sounds more cool to me.

 Saludos,


 Ernesto

 On 29/05/2008, Matthew Dillon [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Well, the site is your baby so if you feel it need to be changed
 definitely go and change it.

 Here are my own comments on the site:

 * I like the placement of the Download button.

 * I don't like the placement of the logo.  I believe it should go in
   the upper left hand corner contemporary with the 'D r a g on F l y B S
 D'
   label.  It for sure should not go under the menu.

 * I don't like the color changes.  I really like the current site's
   color and wallpaper scheme.  But if you want to change the logo
   in the upper left hand corner, I'm OK with that.  I like both logos.

 * I do agree that our menus need to be reorganized but I don't like the
   new scheme (and the existing scheme has issues too).  It seems to me
   that the menus could be reorganized in the context of the existing
   scheme.

   -Matt
   Matthew Dillon
   [EMAIL PROTECTED]





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Re: FLISOL08

2008-04-29 Thread Sdävtaker
 Since this thread was posted in DFBSD diggest, I'm adding a link to
  the spanish post we did in our BUG blog for some further information,
  sorry i dont have a english version, lacking of time to do translation
  right now.
 http://bugdcubaar.blogspot.com/2008/04/flisol-2008.html
  Thanks Justin for the mention.
  Damian





   On Mon, Apr 28, 2008 at 2:21 PM, Sdävtaker [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
FLISOL is a event run simultaneously in almost every latin american
 country, several cities per country.
 It is a BG installfest, there is a lot of people with low
 or none experience in Open Source that bring the PC and a bunch of
 volunteers help them to install enough software to run the day to day
 activities and learn the first steps, usually the installation is a
 ready-to-go Os, like Ubuntu, anyway there is recurrent users going,
 who maybe had the first install 3 years ago and now looking for
 something else and volunteers who are almost all linux-admins, we
 focuses on the last group, there was a lot of curiosity about BSD and
 about our BUG.
 There is other activities too, there was some 1 hour conferences about
 open standards, multimedia software, and other topics.
 And there is some stands with people promoting some stuff, here in BA
 was Ubuntu and Buenos Aires Libre the last one is a big regional
 adhoc wifi network, it covers pretty much the whole city and is full
 collaborative, the people there was teaching how to modify some
 routers to get them into the network.
 I was looking for a english version of the official FLISOL site, but
 found nothing. :-(
 FLISOL means LatinAmenrican Free Software Install Fest.
 It runs once every year.
 I just found this video in youtube, and i appear almost the whole video 
 :-P
 Im the one with the Green TShirt and the lng hair talking with
 people on the back and the cam shows me every 5 seconds, i didnt
 notice someone was recording. :-P
 http://youtube.com/watch?v=TkYen9NhkQIfeature=related
 The Green TShirt was the oficial Tshirt here, i didnt choose the
 color, I cant get lost in the antarctica wearing that:-(
 See ya
 Damian
   
   
   
 On Mon, Apr 28, 2008 at 1:46 PM, Matthew Dillon
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 
   :Hey,
 
 
  :I just wanted to share with everyone my experience in FLISOL08.
   :Me and some others BUG people volunteered to the FLISOL08 in Buenos
   :Aires, it was decided before we joined that everyone was going to get
   :Ubuntu installed unless they ask for something else. So we went to
   :install Ubuntu 8.04, but had some DFBSD 1.12.2 CDs in the bag ready 
 for
   :installation.
   :We installed a lot of Ubuntus while talking with volunteers and
   :experienced users around about SOs stuff, FBSD7, DFBSD, Linux, Minix,
   :and why not, windows vista, We spreed the curiosity bug all around.
   :Since yesterday, we getting lot of msn/jabber/icq/mail from those who
   :are trying it at home now.
   :DFBSD was in the FLISOL! /cheer!
   :Damian
 
 Cool stuff!  I'm not sure what FLISOL08 is but I'm happy to see some
 DFBsd visibility there :-)
 
  -Matt
  Matthew Dillon
  [EMAIL PROTECTED]
 
   
   
   
   
   
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Re: FLISOL08

2008-04-28 Thread Sdävtaker
I got no idea what is wrong with thunderbird, but it sent 2 mails, one
autosaved draft and the final version, and i just noticed this reading
the list. That was weird.
I will see if i can reproduce the error and report it to mozilla,
since i remeber the mail had some retry because connection problems,
Im wondering if it had something to do with the double different sent.
See ya around.
Sdav

On Mon, Apr 28, 2008 at 10:36 AM, Sdavtaker [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Hey,
  I just wanted to share with everyone my experience in FLISOL08.
  Me and some others BUG people volunteered to the FLISOL08 in Buenos Aires,
 it was decided before we joined that everyone was going to get Ubuntu
 installed unless they ask for something else. So we went to install Ubuntu
 8.04, but had some DFBSD 1.12.2 CDs in the bag ready for installation.
  We installed a lot of Ubuntus while talking with volunteers and
 experienced users around about SOs stuff, FBSD7, DFBSD, Linux, Minix, and
 why not, windows vista, We spreed the curiosity bug all around.

  Since yesterday, we getting lot of msn/jabber/icq/mail from those who are
 trying it at home now.
  DFBSD was in the FLISOL! /cheer!
  Damian





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Re: FLISOL08

2008-04-28 Thread Sdävtaker
FLISOL is a event run simultaneously in almost every latin american
country, several cities per country.
It is a BG installfest, there is a lot of people with low
or none experience in Open Source that bring the PC and a bunch of
volunteers help them to install enough software to run the day to day
activities and learn the first steps, usually the installation is a
ready-to-go Os, like Ubuntu, anyway there is recurrent users going,
who maybe had the first install 3 years ago and now looking for
something else and volunteers who are almost all linux-admins, we
focuses on the last group, there was a lot of curiosity about BSD and
about our BUG.
There is other activities too, there was some 1 hour conferences about
open standards, multimedia software, and other topics.
And there is some stands with people promoting some stuff, here in BA
was Ubuntu and Buenos Aires Libre the last one is a big regional
adhoc wifi network, it covers pretty much the whole city and is full
collaborative, the people there was teaching how to modify some
routers to get them into the network.
I was looking for a english version of the official FLISOL site, but
found nothing. :-(
FLISOL means LatinAmenrican Free Software Install Fest.
It runs once every year.
I just found this video in youtube, and i appear almost the whole video :-P
Im the one with the Green TShirt and the lng hair talking with
people on the back and the cam shows me every 5 seconds, i didnt
notice someone was recording. :-P
http://youtube.com/watch?v=TkYen9NhkQIfeature=related
The Green TShirt was the oficial Tshirt here, i didnt choose the
color, I cant get lost in the antarctica wearing that:-(
See ya
Damian

On Mon, Apr 28, 2008 at 1:46 PM, Matthew Dillon
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

  :Hey,


 :I just wanted to share with everyone my experience in FLISOL08.
  :Me and some others BUG people volunteered to the FLISOL08 in Buenos
  :Aires, it was decided before we joined that everyone was going to get
  :Ubuntu installed unless they ask for something else. So we went to
  :install Ubuntu 8.04, but had some DFBSD 1.12.2 CDs in the bag ready for
  :installation.
  :We installed a lot of Ubuntus while talking with volunteers and
  :experienced users around about SOs stuff, FBSD7, DFBSD, Linux, Minix,
  :and why not, windows vista, We spreed the curiosity bug all around.
  :Since yesterday, we getting lot of msn/jabber/icq/mail from those who
  :are trying it at home now.
  :DFBSD was in the FLISOL! /cheer!
  :Damian

Cool stuff!  I'm not sure what FLISOL08 is but I'm happy to see some
DFBsd visibility there :-)

 -Matt
 Matthew Dillon
 [EMAIL PROTECTED]




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RTL8185L - Encore ENLWI-G2 someone using it?

2008-02-27 Thread Sdävtaker
Hey, i got to buy some wifi cards for the work and wonder if they will
keep working if we move to dragonfly the machines in next few months.
Someone know this one?
Is it the rtw device?
Thanks for any info.
Sdav


Re: Introduction

2008-02-26 Thread Sdävtaker
If you use dragonflies names one starting with each alphabeth
letter, like big storms, then you can use names and still have a
pretty nice order, since after the i dont know the name starting with
A you got the i dont know the name starting with B but sure you
will have the i got no idea wich version is this one, starting with J
branch starting with L, RC4.
So... 1.12... right? ;-)
Sdav

On Tue, Feb 26, 2008 at 7:57 AM, Michael Neumann [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 Sascha Wildner wrote:
   Michael Neumann wrote:
   While reading your post I got an idea for future DragonFlyBSD releases.
   Why not name them according to dragonfly species?
   I think there should be enough till the next millenium ;-)
  
   Hmm, am I the only one who is glad that we _don't_ have fancy codenames
   for releases?

  Hm, I don't like codenames as well, despite liking the idea :)

  I can easily remember a version number, while I forget names very
  quickly, because they usually have no meaning (e.g. Intel codenames :).

  But if used rarely, codenames might be a nice and funny thing. For
  example if the goal is some years away as for example Python 3000
  (hehe, is that now a codename or a version number?). Maybe there is
  a dragonfly that builds clusters? :)

  Regards,

Michael




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Re: mldonkey pkgsrc broken?

2008-02-17 Thread Sdävtaker

Pkg was updated and works 100% now. :-)
Thanks TK
Sdav

Justin C. Sherrill escribió:

On Sat, February 16, 2008 7:28 pm, Sdävtaker wrote:
  

That didnt work, actual ocaml pkg is 3.11.0 and ml want the 3.10.1
exactly, so it keeps installing the 3.10.1 from ftp.



The version of ocaml in pkgsrc is 3.10.1 - http://pkgsrc.se/lang/ocaml. 
It's also listed as a dependency for mldonkey in pkgsrc, so installing

mldonkey should cause pkgsrc to add ocaml first.  It looks like it should
all work.


  





bmake search is taking sooooooooo long

2008-02-16 Thread Sdävtaker
Hey, i ran bmake search for first time in this new clean installed 
machine with 1.10.1

bmake search key='ocaml'
Extracting complete dependency database.  This may take a while...
And It is taking a real while, it is in 4200 after aprox 5 hours. I 
dont remember it to take THAT long when i was in my P1:233 with DFBSD 1.8.0.

Im running a K6III now, is it ok? someone experiencing the same long time?
Sdav




Re: wiki unbroken

2008-01-30 Thread Sdävtaker
When i do a full text search, i got this:
 -- --

Traceback (most recent call last):
  File 
/usr/local/www/wiki/lib/python2.4/site-packages/MoinMoin/request/__init__.py,
line 1283, in run
handler(self.page.page_name, self)
  File 
/usr/local/www/wiki/lib/python2.4/site-packages/MoinMoin/action/fullsearch.py,
line 188, in execute
results = searchPages(request, query, sort, mtime, historysearch)
  File 
/usr/local/www/wiki/lib/python2.4/site-packages/MoinMoin/search/__init__.py,
line 33, in searchPages
historysearch=historysearch).run()
  File 
/usr/local/www/wiki/lib/python2.4/site-packages/MoinMoin/search/builtin.py,
line 459, in run
hits = self._moinSearch()
  File 
/usr/local/www/wiki/lib/python2.4/site-packages/MoinMoin/search/builtin.py,
line 611, in _moinSearch
hits = self._getHits(pages, self._moinMatch)
  File 
/usr/local/www/wiki/lib/python2.4/site-packages/MoinMoin/search/builtin.py,
line 660, in _getHits
matches = matchSearchFunction(page=page, uid=uid)
  File 
/usr/local/www/wiki/lib/python2.4/site-packages/MoinMoin/search/builtin.py,
line 621, in _moinMatch
return self.query.search(page)
  File 
/usr/local/www/wiki/lib/python2.4/site-packages/MoinMoin/search/queryparser.py,
line 323, in search
body = page.get_raw_body()
  File /usr/local/www/wiki/lib/python2.4/site-packages/MoinMoin/Page.py,
line 266, in get_raw_body
return self.body
  File /usr/local/www/wiki/lib/python2.4/site-packages/MoinMoin/Page.py,
line 209, in get_body
f = codecs.open(self._text_filename(), 'rb', config.charset)
  File /usr/pkg/lib/python2.4/codecs.py, line 666, in open
file = __builtin__.open(filename, mode, buffering)
IOError: [Errno 20] Not a directory:
'/usr/local/www/wiki/dfwiki/data/pages/meta/revisions/'

Additionally cgitb raised this exception:
Traceback (most recent call last):
  File /usr/local/www/wiki/lib/python2.4/site-packages/MoinMoin/failure.py,
line 168, in handle
handler.handle()
  File 
/usr/local/www/wiki/lib/python2.4/site-packages/MoinMoin/support/cgitb.py,
line 576, in handle
doc = view.format(formatter, self.context)
  File 
/usr/local/www/wiki/lib/python2.4/site-packages/MoinMoin/support/cgitb.py,
line 354, in format
return formatter.section(self.formatContent(), {'class': 'cgitb'})
  File /usr/local/www/wiki/lib/python2.4/site-packages/MoinMoin/failure.py,
line 35, in formatContent
content = (
  File /usr/local/www/wiki/lib/python2.4/site-packages/MoinMoin/failure.py,
line 96, in formatDebugInfo
info = [self.debugInfoHideScript(),
  File /usr/local/www/wiki/lib/python2.4/site-packages/MoinMoin/failure.py,
line 110, in formatTraceback
return self.formatAllTracebacks(self.formatOneTraceback)
  File /usr/local/www/wiki/lib/python2.4/site-packages/MoinMoin/failure.py,
line 122, in formatAllTracebacks
tracebacks.append(formatFuction((ttype, tvalue, tb)))
  File 
/usr/local/www/wiki/lib/python2.4/site-packages/MoinMoin/support/cgitb.py,
line 432, in formatOneTraceback
output = [self.formatter.subTitle('Traceback'),
  File 
/usr/local/www/wiki/lib/python2.4/site-packages/MoinMoin/support/cgitb.py,
line 445, in tracebackFrames
frames.append(frame.format(self.formatter))
  File 
/usr/local/www/wiki/lib/python2.4/site-packages/MoinMoin/support/cgitb.py,
line 201, in format
vars, highlight = self.scan()
  File 
/usr/local/www/wiki/lib/python2.4/site-packages/MoinMoin/support/cgitb.py,
line 290, in scan
vars = self.scanVariables(reader)
  File 
/usr/local/www/wiki/lib/python2.4/site-packages/MoinMoin/support/cgitb.py,
line 305, in scanVariables
value = getattr(parent, token, __UNDEF__)
  File /usr/local/www/wiki/lib/python2.4/site-packages/MoinMoin/Page.py,
line 209, in get_body
f = codecs.open(self._text_filename(), 'rb', config.charset)
  File /usr/pkg/lib/python2.4/codecs.py, line 666, in open
file = __builtin__.open(filename, mode, buffering)
IOError: [Errno 20] Not a directory:
'/usr/local/www/wiki/dfwiki/data/pages/meta/revisions/'

The term i was looking for was irc :-(



On Jan 29, 2008 10:52 AM, Justin C. Sherrill [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 On Tue, January 29, 2008 3:58 am, Dario 'Capn Sonic' Banno wrote:
  Oh my...Fred is gone!
 
  I can't see the DragonFly logo on top.

 The default layout back to 'modern', the default it ships with.  I had the
 'dfly' layout as default before; I'll re-add it after I take another stab
 at improving it, as it was showing the logo but not the background when I
 tested it last night.

 You can switch to the dfly layout in your preferences now if you are
 suffering Fred-based anxiety.





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Re: My network card is not detected.

2008-01-29 Thread Sdävtaker

Sepherosa Ziehau escribió:

On Jan 28, 2008 10:07 PM, Sdävtaker [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  

Im posting this here just to keep the question/answer in archive,
someone will probably have similar problem.
It is an extract of the DragonFly chat channel today earlier.

Sdav_ hello, i just bought a realtek 8139 card but it is not
detected (it was not detected with FBSD neither, because the vendor id
was not recognized) where should i add this vendor id to use rl driver
on it? same place than FBSD? thanks for any data.
swildner  Sdav_: what are the ids?
Sdav_ [EMAIL PROTECTED]:8:0: class=0x02 card=0x
chip=0x81391904 rev=0x01 hdr=0x00
class = network
subclass = ethernet// extracted from pciconf line command
swildner  yea that's not in if_rl.c
swildner  it's not supported yet.. the id is not in if_rl.c
Sdav_ i had another rl8139 before that worked, but this one is not 
working.
swildner  Sdav_: *here was an url, i will just pasted the code 
here:


Index: if_rl.c
===
RCS file: /home/dcvs/src/sys/dev/netif/rl/if_rl.c,v
retrieving revision 1.36
diff -u -r1.36 if_rl.c
--- if_rl.c 26 Jun 2007 07:47:28 -  1.36
+++ if_rl.c 28 Jan 2008 13:22:51 -
@@ -165,6 +165,7 @@
Corega FEtherII CB-TXD },
{ PCI_VENDOR_PLANEX, PCI_PRODUCT_PLANEX_FNW_3800_TX,
Planex FNW-3800-TX },
+   { 0x1904, 0x8139, Hangzhou Silan RTL8139D },



This may be the Rsltek 8139D (I am not wrong on the name ;) or
something similar to Silan's 92301?  It's quite different from
Realtek's 8139.  You can first try your luck with rl(4).  If it did
not work, I could do a quick slash porting of a fbsd4 driver (the
fbsd4 driver was published by Silan in public domain?) or do you want
to port that driver :)?

Best Regards,
sephe

  
I found a little inscription in the board saying 8139d so, i guess i 
will have to use the new driver.
I doubt about been able to port a driver by myself, im not there yet, 
but if you can point me to some documentation i will try :-)

Thanks for the info.
Sdav



My network card is not detected.

2008-01-28 Thread Sdävtaker
Im posting this here just to keep the question/answer in archive,
someone will probably have similar problem.
It is an extract of the DragonFly chat channel today earlier.

Sdav_ hello, i just bought a realtek 8139 card but it is not
detected (it was not detected with FBSD neither, because the vendor id
was not recognized) where should i add this vendor id to use rl driver
on it? same place than FBSD? thanks for any data.
swildner  Sdav_: what are the ids?
Sdav_ [EMAIL PROTECTED]:8:0: class=0x02 card=0x
chip=0x81391904 rev=0x01 hdr=0x00
class = network
subclass = ethernet// extracted from pciconf line command
swildner  yea that's not in if_rl.c
swildner  it's not supported yet.. the id is not in if_rl.c
Sdav_ i had another rl8139 before that worked, but this one is not 
working.
swildner  Sdav_: *here was an url, i will just pasted the code 
here:


Index: if_rl.c
===
RCS file: /home/dcvs/src/sys/dev/netif/rl/if_rl.c,v
retrieving revision 1.36
diff -u -r1.36 if_rl.c
--- if_rl.c 26 Jun 2007 07:47:28 -  1.36
+++ if_rl.c 28 Jan 2008 13:22:51 -
@@ -165,6 +165,7 @@
Corega FEtherII CB-TXD },
{ PCI_VENDOR_PLANEX, PCI_PRODUCT_PLANEX_FNW_3800_TX,
Planex FNW-3800-TX },
+   { 0x1904, 0x8139, Hangzhou Silan RTL8139D },
{ 0, 0, NULL }
 };

Sdav_ okis, thanks for the help, i will tell ya later what happened
:-) do you mind if i post this chat in questions@ and do some follow
ups? I guess someone will find this usefull in the archive some day
swildner  Sdav_: that should be no problem :)


I will reply this post with further info when i make it work(or not).

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Re: Wiki Spam again

2008-01-27 Thread Sdävtaker

Matthias Schmidt escribió:

* Matthias Schmidt wrote:
  

He Justin,

* Justin C. Sherrill wrote:


The wiki is now set to only allow registered users to edit.  Of course,
there already was a spam page added last night by a registered user.  It
would appear that a captcha on registration is the logical next step.
  

Agreed.  Better now than later :)



To second that, we have already some registered users adding spam to the
wiki (see Recent Changes).  We need to delete these accounts as well.

BTW:  I cannot delete pages any longer.  The entry is gray ... is that
intended?

Matthias
  
I think the registration is a step backwards, captcha for unregistered 
users will do it a lot easier for users and mantainers. I had read that 
occacional users changes are minimal, but those changes are those that 
people registered never see, becouse they already went over the same 
thing so many times that already skip the lecture, let say the tutorial 
about how to find a file in the FS, who reads it? maybe a newbie found 
it doesnt really work, invest some time in find why googling, and want 
to add his own experience, we loosing that, the experienced user dont 
see those little details that are key for a well documented OS, the 
users-comments area can add those experiences for us without give the 
unregistered users writting access, but like i said before, we got no 
other way of feedback than the edition.
About Textcha, i guess i will never be able to add things to handbook 
after implemented (my english sucks as you probably already noticed) lot 
of people doesnt speak english as main language and will get pissed off 
after 2-3 failed textcha tries.
Maybe we should consider a wiki migration, if the one we using doesnt 
have a lot of basic features that almost every other has.
Im not a big experienced wiki user, but heard a lot of good comments 
about mediawiki.

Sdav




Re: Wiki Spam again

2008-01-26 Thread Sdävtaker

I think the captcha for unregistered users is a good idea.
I started editing the wiki as unregistered. Now, Im registered, but it 
is good to be able edit a couple of things without the need of been 
registered user, it encourages the occasional user to add/change few 
details of what hi is reading.
We could avoid the unregistered users editors if there were any other 
way to capture the occacional user input having a comments area in 
each page like PHP manual in www.php.net but we dont have it.
Im up for the captcha in unregistered and the captcha in the 
registration form.
We need to find a way to add some backend scripting to import/export the 
handbook, add navigation bars, etc.. Wiki is not ever the best way to 
read something, it helps a lot for one little punctual doubt but no way 
replaces a book-like format. Some times you want to print maybe a 
chapter like network config becouse you will not have access to the 
wiki for a while, or want to avoid the navigation reading a pdf-like 
format in a PC with no internet connection, there is a lot of people who 
doesnt have 2 PC to install DFBSD in one while reading the docs in the 
other one, or someone who use a not broadband connection, so want to 
download and read offline, etc

Sdav.


Jeremy C. Reed escribió:

Require a second password for registering.

Those interested can ask on one of our lists or one of the wiki admins 
directly.


  Jeremy C. Reed
  





Re: Documentation navigation

2008-01-25 Thread Sdävtaker
tonight i will be fixing the broken tabs i made yesterday, i hope i can 
add a couple more pages in the while.

Sdav

Matthias Schmidt escribió:

Hi,

* Sdvtaker wrote:
  

Hello,
I just noticed that when u use the handbook from
http://wiki.dragonflybsd.org/index.cgi/DragonFlyBSD_Handbook
there is no navigation links
IE: http://wiki.dragonflybsd.org/index.cgi/kernelconfig-building.html
To read th



Some pages already have navigation buttons (eg
http://wiki.dragonflybsd.org/index.cgi/x-understanding.html), but most
of the pages still lack the buttons :(

So, if you have some spare time don't hesitate to add them to all pages
or help cleaning up the Handbook :)

Regards

Matthias
  





How to rebuild LiveCD

2008-01-23 Thread Sdävtaker

Hello,
I had installed DFBSD and a couple of basic apps through pkg-src in a 
4GB HD and want to move them to a LiveDVD (or CD, actually im not using 
the 4GB, just 900MB and can maybe do some extra cleaning).
I was wondering if someone can point me to some documentation of how to 
create the LiveCD.

Thanks for any info.
Sdav



Should I jump into DFBSD?

2007-11-08 Thread Sdävtaker
Hello people.
I got 2 PCs, one running DFBSD, and one runnning FBSD.
I use the DFBSD to run all the services (apache, mysql, ftp, ssh,
asterisk, etc...) and the FBSD one as desktop.
Last week, the hardware of the one running DFBSD died :-(
I got no money for new hardware so im wondering if i should restore a
backup of that PC in the one running FBSD and install my Desktop
applications or install all the services in the FBSD one.
I really belive DFBSD is great running the services, but I'd never
seen it running X, Kde, wine, etc...
As example,  Im wondering if  there is a NVIDIA driver ported or if i
can use the FBSD one maybe.
What shold I do? Should I gather courage and jump 100% into DFBSD
adventrures or may I wait a little more time?
Thanks for any suggestion :-)
Sdäv

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Re: Should I jump into DFBSD?

2007-11-08 Thread Sdävtaker


Justin C. Sherrill escribió:
The NVIDIA binary driver only works on FreeBSD; I don't know about Wine. 
KDE should work, though I think kdegames doesn't compile.


So... I cant use 1024x768 and neither i can play sokoban :-(
Someone knows about any workaround for the Nvidia driver?
Thanks for any info.
Sdäv



Antivirus suggestions

2007-08-22 Thread Sdävtaker
Hello, i was wondering wich one is a good antivirus for DF. Im
runnning DFBSD1.8 now.
Thanks for any suggestions :)
Sdäv


Domain concept?

2007-08-09 Thread Sdävtaker

Hello people, i hope you can enlaight me a little.
I installed my DFBSD, configured it, instelled a lot of services 
(apache22, sendmail, imap, dns, pop3, webmail, php4, php5, perl, some 
CMSs, svn, etc...) after that i got a static /30 to make my own DNS real.
In the time i did all this I got in front of 2 concepts host and 
domain several times. I found a lot of resourses about how go around 
the problems i found, but i could never really understand where is the 
line between them, and what each of them means.
Can u please point me to some place with a nice explanation? I am 
googling it but only find some technical stuff about them and no the 
concept involved.

Thanks for any help
Sdäv


Troubles with mysql-server installation

2007-08-09 Thread Sdävtaker

Hey downloaded and installed the mysql-server-5.0.41.tgz
I could succecssfully make the client work (i can connect to another 
mysql server in different machine, running different OS).

But i cant start up the Mysql Server in my DFBSD :-/
I could successfully run the intall_db script.
I cant change user root password or start the server.

I found this error.
# mysql.server start
Starting MySQL..kill: 1557: No such process
 ERROR!

In log says:

070309 22:03:10  Starting mysqld daemon with databases from /var/mysql
070309 22:03:10  mysqld started
070809 22:03:11  InnoDB: Database was not shut down normally!
InnoDB: Starting crash recovery.
InnoDB: Reading tablespace information from the .ibd files...
InnoDB: Restoring possible half-written data pages from the doublewrite
InnoDB: buffer...
070809 22:03:12  InnoDB: Starting log scan based on checkpoint at
InnoDB: log sequence number 0 36808.
InnoDB: Doing recovery: scanned up to log sequence number 0 43655
070809 22:03:12  InnoDB: Starting an apply batch of log records to the 
database...
InnoDB: Progress in percents: 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 
19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 
43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 
67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 
91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99

InnoDB: Apply batch completed
070809 22:03:12  InnoDB: Started; log sequence number 0 43655
070809 22:03:12 [ERROR] /usr/pkg/libexec/mysqld: Can't find file: 
'./mysql/host.frm' (errno: 13)
070809 22:03:12 [ERROR] /usr/pkg/libexec/mysqld: Can't find file: 
'./mysql/host.frm' (errno: 13)
070809 22:03:12 [ERROR] Fatal error: Can't open and lock privilege 
tables: Can't find file: './mysql/host.frm' (errno: 13)

070309 22:03:12  STOPPING server from pid file /var/mysql/unhost.com.ar.pid
070309 22:03:12  mysqld ended

After that i look for the missed file:
#find / -name host.frm
/var/mysql/mysql/host.frm

Im using almost the original my.cnf that comes with the pkg, its 
mysql-small.cnf with only change in the ports (hardcoded 3306) and DBD 
is disabled.


Any idea, im sure im misslooking something.
Thanks for any help, im still pretty newbie.
Sdav


Looking for ap22-subversion

2007-08-08 Thread Sdävtaker

Did someone port ap22-subversion to DFBSD?
I saw it in NetBSD and FBSD portcollections, but cant find it for DFBSD.
Sdäv