Glenn Guillot | 4 Jan 21:09 2002
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pppoe

hey im having some problems with my ppp to work i cant connect only get the msg
unrecognized option pty
 
Glenn Guillot
jogegabsd | 23 Jan 16:15 2002
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RE: Will ipfilter stay in FreeBSD?

AFAIK licensing issues, It was a Topic at the BSD BoF 2001 USENIX Annual
Tech conf. OpenBSD don't want to get involve in licensing problems and
stuff, so they choose to made their own piece of SW.

HTH

Gerardo

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> Jeff Mitchell wrote:
> >
> > Hmmm I just stumbled upon some squabbling between Darren Reed
> > and the OpenBSD team.  ipfilter has already been gutted from
> > OpenBSD.
> Off-Topic, but does anyone knows the reason?
>
> Jens
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Pavel Burovsky | 16 Jan 15:15 2002
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FreeBSD 4.7-RELEASE and X11R6 build on 5.0-CURRENT in one set

Excuse me for, perhaps, plaqued question.

FreeBSD 4.7-RELEASE (I obtained it from www.linuxcenter.ru) contains
the XFree86 server built on 5.0-CURRENT snapshot(anyway it so reported
by XFree86 server). Is it normal? FAQ says it's not.

I would pleased for every answer :)

Pavel.

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Brian Black | 1 Jan 05:51 2002
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Problems with ACPI And My PS2 Mouse!!

hey,
    I recently installed 5.1R and after boot up, with acpi enabled, my 
mouse begins to work incorrectly.  when i move the mouse it disappears 
and reappears elsewhere when i stop..  Whats Wrong???  When i disable 
acpi from boot up the problems goes away??  But i cant disable this 
because i need to make use of my usb ports??  I have a Soyo KT333 dragon 
lite motherboard if that helps.  i guess from what i hear that the 
problem might be with the board( I hope not because it cost a lot of 
money ;-)) .   Could someone shed some light on this problem for me.   TIA

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Alexander Kabaev | 9 Jan 17:55 2002

Re: SSH TCP forwarding: works with v1, not with v2 ssh

> I feel like a newbie, but I can't tell how to rebuild just the openssh
> contributed src, rather than the entire OS.  Doing a basic make in the
> dir fails
You should run make in /usr/secure/lib/libssh, /usr/secure/usr.bin/ssh
and /usr/secure/usr.sbin/sshd. 

Or just rebuild and install everything under /usr/secure.

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Armando Fusco | 1 Jan 03:08 2002
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Asus K8N-E and slow disk transfer

I too have this slow transfer speed problem.  Any suggestions?

Mando

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Muhammad Reza | 2 Jan 18:20 2002
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pf.conf + altq problem

Dear list. 

My pf.conf  not working.
I have pf in bridge machine with xl2 to internet firewall and xl1 to
internal switch. Bridging is ok.

This my simple pf.conf

me="172.16.0.228"
altq on xl1 bandwidth 100% cbq queue {me,dflt}

queue me        bandwidth 8Kb
queue dflt      bandwidth 16Kb cbq  (default)

block log on {xl1,xl2} all

pass out log on xl1 from $me to any  keep state
pass log on xl2 from $me to any keep state queue (me)

This rule is match when i try to connect to iperf server 

# tcpdump -nett -i pflog0 | grep 172.16.0.228
tcpdump: WARNING: pflog0: no IPv4 address assigned
tcpdump: listening on pflog0, link-type PFLOG
1160655756.150048 rule 3/(match) pass in on xl2: 172.16.0.228.44405 >
128.6.231.102.5001: [|tcp] (DF)
1160655756.150059 rule 2/(match) pass out on xl1: 172.16.0.228.44405 >
128.6.231.102.5001: [|tcp] (DF)

But iperf tell me that this connection is 24.4 Kbits/Sec. (more than
8Kbps)

[root <at> beastie beastie]# iperf -c lss.rutgers.edu
------------------------------------------------------------
Client connecting to lss.rutgers.edu, TCP port 5001
TCP window size: 16.0 KByte (default)
------------------------------------------------------------
[  3] local 172.16.0.228 port 44408 connected with 128.6.231.102 port
5001
[  3]  0.0-16.1 sec  48.0 KBytes  24.4 Kbits/sec

I'm expecting that iperf report it equal with the bandwidth that i
assign to (me) queue pipe.
Is there any thing wrong or i missed something here ???
Please help me

regards
Reza

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