Marty Landman | 1 Dec 01:39 2003

Re: apache has fallen [and it won't get up]

At 03:20 PM 11/30/2003, Melvyn Sopacua wrote:

> > Interesting. /etc/resolv.conf has last been changed like 10 minutes ago
> > [not knowingly by me though]. All it says is
> >
> > search mshome.net
> > nameserver 192.168.0.1
>
>Looks like a DHCP layout. Are you running dhclient (ie: have
>ifconfig_IFACE="DHCP" in /etc/rc.conf)?

Nope, just an ifconfig_ep0 assignment for my nic.

> > Since my workstation is delliver.mshome.net and also shares its internet
> > connection on my lan via ics from and its ip addr on the lan is as shown,
> > what's up do you think?
>
>I think typing:
>host delliver.mshome.net
>
>*on that machine* doesn't give a valid ip address or an adress that is not on
>the workstation.

Actually I got the corrent ip's for each of my four windoz boxes by 
querying each with their name on mshome.net.

>Since you're refering to 'ics' I guess you're gateway is an MS box and 
>doesn't
>run DNS or a DNS forwarder at best.

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Drew Tomlinson | 1 Dec 01:52 2003
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Re: dhcp on one of 2 nics

----- Original Message -----
> From: Ken Vescovi
> Sent: Thursday, November 27, 2003 9:31 PM

> I think I can handle the dhcp config, it's just a matter of solving the
first problem.
> There are no errors in dmesg,but they are both using irq11 as follows:
> pcic0 irq 11 at device 3.0 on pci0
> pcic1 irq 11 at device 3.1 on pci0
> Memory allocation is different for each.
> 0x88000000
> 0x88001000

If the cards and/or motherboard are older, I suspect you need to find out
how to set the interrupt to different values for each card.  When setting
those interrupts, you must not conflict with any other interrupts that are
in use by other hardware.  However this advice may be null and void because
as I understand it, some newer stuff will actually share interrupts.

Good Luck,

Drew

>> Drew Tomlinson wrote:
>> Redirected to -questions.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Ken Vescovi" <vescovi <at> ctcnet.net>
Sent: Wednesday, November 26, 2003 10:06 PM
> I finally got cable modem access here in the backwoods of west-central
> PA.
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Melvyn Sopacua | 1 Dec 02:16 2003

Re: apache has fallen [and it won't get up]

On Monday 01 December 2003 01:39, Marty Landman wrote:

> >I think typing:
> >host delliver.mshome.net
> >
> >*on that machine* doesn't give a valid ip address or an adress that is not
> > on the workstation.
>
> Actually I got the corrent ip's for each of my four windoz boxes by
> querying each with their name on mshome.net.
>
> >Since you're refering to 'ics' I guess you're gateway is an MS box and
> >doesn't
> >run DNS or a DNS forwarder at best.
>
> Right, I think. It's a windoz xp home edition box getting dns via dial-up.
> At least I think I'm saying that correctly.

I checked your original message again. It says something about some 
SwamiSalami hostname. Is that by any chance the 'ServerName' of the main 
server? That is what mod_unique_id is trying to resolve. If no ServerName is 
set, it takes the hostname of the computer.

> The apache manual entry for mod_unique_id didn't say a whole lot. This must
> be a default and I wonder if it's something I will eventually miss. What's
> it do, or can you point to a more in depth explanation I can read?

It creates a unique id for every request. This is used by mod_usertrack to 
generate a session id.

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Gary Kline | 1 Dec 02:29 2003

Re: php4...

On Sun, Nov 30, 2003 at 10:53:43PM +0100, Melvyn Sopacua wrote:
> On Sunday 30 November 2003 22:01, Melvyn Sopacua wrote:
> 
> > Adjust as necessary. After you're done installing, the actual file (ie:
> > with the changes you made) now resides in:
> > /usr/ports/lang/php4/scripts/php4_options
> >
> > Copy that over to /root/php4_options and the next time you upgrade/install
> > the dialog will contain your defaults and you can just select 'OK'.
> 
> While I just hacked together a possible solution for this problem, I noticed I 
> made an error here.
> 
> The scripts/php4_options file is just a default and is not modified. The 
> modifications are written to work/Makefile.inc and have a different form than 
> the options file.
> 
> Basically - you need to remember yourself which modifications you made and 
> modify /root/php4_options yourself.
> 

	Yipes!  No wonder no FUD port has been done! ....

	I have a one-line php test file in /usr/local/www/data/hello.php;
	*with* mod_php4, several pages of system data shows up, but 
	with only php4, I have the option to Download or Cancell.   
	This is using lynx.  

	With mod_php4 and pointing mozilla at
	localhost/~kline/FUDforum2/install.php a frame pops up and asks
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Peter Schuller | 1 Dec 02:40 2003

Re: Trouble mounting USB device

> I've checked my GENERIC kernel to see if it had
> device scbus and device da in the SCSI peripheral
> section, and it's listed with other SCSI devices.
>
> I checked the boot message for usb and umass
> and this is the output.

If it's a USB 2 device, you *MIGHT* have better luck if you add "device ehci" 
to the kernel configuration. I believe that is required for typical USB 2 
mass storage devices. Whether or not it's possible for such a device to not 
work at all - even in USB 1 mode - without ehci support I don't know.

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Bryan Cassidy | 1 Dec 04:16 2003
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Remove ^M characters from xhtml file

I've downloaded a couple of .xhtml files and they have ^M characters
all through it. I tried the col -b < name > newname command on these
files but when I do that it erases the whole document. Any ideas?
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Gerard Samuel | 1 Dec 03:12 2003

Re: php4...

On Sunday 30 November 2003 08:29 pm, Gary Kline wrote:
> 	Yipes!  No wonder no FUD port has been done! ....
>
> 	I have a one-line php test file in /usr/local/www/data/hello.php;
> 	*with* mod_php4, several pages of system data shows up, but
> 	with only php4, I have the option to Download or Cancell.
> 	This is using lynx.
>
> 	With mod_php4 and pointing mozilla at
> 	localhost/~kline/FUDforum2/install.php a frame pops up and asks
> 	what I want to do with the file.  If I "download", the installation
> 	file winds up in ~kline.

Im guessing its Apache.
You should have these entries in /usr/local/etc/apache/httpd.conf and if not, 
enter them and restart apache ->

LoadModule php4_module        libexec/apache/libphp4.so

AddModule mod_php4.c

<IfModule mod_dir.c>
    <IfModule mod_php3.c>
        <IfModule mod_php4.c>
            DirectoryIndex index.php index.php3 index.html index.htm
        </IfModule>
        <IfModule !mod_php4.c>
            DirectoryIndex index.php3 index.html
        </IfModule>
    </IfModule>
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David Gerard | 1 Dec 03:12 2003
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SOLVED: Can't install gaim on FreeBSD 4.x

On 11/25/03 22:06, David Gerard wrote:

>  Has anyone got gaim 0.71 or later working on FreeBSD 4.x? What did
>  you do to get it working?

The answer, short form: Sacrifice Linuxism-infested w33n0rs to the
Great God Knuth.

Ha! Only kidding. [*] The answer, longer form:

Gaim requires perl 5.8 or higher just to be installed - its 'l33t++
custom configurator thingy requires it. The 5.005 that comes
with FreeBSD 4.8 is not sufficient.

So:
- cvsupit your ports
- install Perl 5.8.1 (we installed from the package, it works fine)
- make install Gaim
- make deinstall/make install libatk and libgtk along the way (we did
   actually have the right versions installed - it just didn't *think* 
we did)
- force install on Gaim (it won't actually let you remove the old version)
- put in a symlink from libatk-1.0.so.400 to libatk-1.0.so.200, because
  the install process trashes the latter.

The answer, as just ranted in my LiveJournal:
http://www.livejournal.com/users/reddragdiva/106318.html

- d.

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Robin Schoonover | 1 Dec 03:17 2003
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Re: Remove ^M characters from xhtml file

On Sun, 30 Nov 2003 21:16:02 -0600, Bryan Cassidy <b_cassidy <at> bellsouth.net>
wrote:
> I've downloaded a couple of .xhtml files and they have ^M characters
> all through it. I tried the col -b < name > newname command on these
> files but when I do that it erases the whole document. Any ideas?

dos2unix (converters/unix2dos in ports) is an easy route (dos2unix name). 
Also you can use the tr command (tr -d '\r' < name > newname).

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Alex de Kruijff | 1 Dec 03:18 2003
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Re: Remove ^M characters from xhtml file

On Sun, Nov 30, 2003 at 09:16:02PM -0600, Bryan Cassidy wrote:
> I've downloaded a couple of .xhtml files and they have ^M characters
> all through it. I tried the col -b < name > newname command on these
> files but when I do that it erases the whole document. Any ideas?

There's a port called dos2unix of unix2dos that you could let loos on
it.

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