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Forum: Filesystems, Disks and Memory 07-08-2003
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If you don't have another card.. just take it off!
Hello

I've been in this situation a while ago, and I found that:
- the BIOS POST sequence complains that there's no gfx card and beeps 3 or 4 times
- if the bios is set-up to ignore the...
Forum: Cybersecurity 02-11-2003
14,685
Posted By eNTer
My real problem is that the Linux gateway is...
My real problem is that the Linux gateway is using a "pre-shared ke", while the xBSD gateway is asking different keys with different encryption styles: encryption key and auth key. That i did not...
Forum: Cybersecurity 02-04-2003
14,685
Posted By eNTer
IPSec - VPN using shared key
Hello! I have some trouble trying to configure a VPN with two gateways. One of them uses IPSec [FreeSwan/Linux] with a single key, 256bits length, specified in /etc/ipsec.secrets. As FreeSwan manual...
Forum: Programming 01-03-2003
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Posted By eNTer
it's useful to install mii-tool. it works fine on...
it's useful to install mii-tool. it works fine on newer cards but you may encounter problems with old cards.
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Posted By eNTer
usually works the generic svga driver, this is a...
usually works the generic svga driver, this is a good one to start with if your card is not [yet] listed in the xfree drivers list. you can use even an older variant of the same vendor.
6,863
Posted By eNTer
i'm sure that the thread starter is not using...
i'm sure that the thread starter is not using none of the bsd family variant, but i think useful to say that root login can be prevented [in all .BSD variants] editing /etc/ttys and removing "secure"...
2,392
Posted By eNTer
I know about nVidia cards that they're workin'...
I know about nVidia cards that they're workin' fine under Linux, BUT they're not supported by their maker on fbsd, perhaps m$ sells a little bit bigger number of licenses :-) And, when Linux's...
14,507
Posted By eNTer
System startup
you might want to take a look here: http://userpages.umbc.edu/~jack/ifsm498d/multi-user.html
best regards, eNTer
15,465
Posted By eNTer
You can easily do this when you log on to shell...
You can easily do this when you log on to shell just by creating [if it does not exist already] the file named ".cshrc" in your home directory. This file contains csh's startup commands. There is...
8,231
Posted By eNTer
File containing spaces on their name can be...
File containing spaces on their name can be specified with an escape character [at least this works in tcsh] in this manner:

rm \ file\ name.txt

This fragment erases the file named " file...
2,945
Posted By eNTer
I have a similar problem. I'm using a...
I have a similar problem. I'm using a SoundBlaster Live! and I didn't found yet the mixer which can make use of SBLive's features... Not even bass/treble... There is an alternate driver for SBLive! &...
6,468
Posted By eNTer
look at this example, i can asure you it's...
look at this example, i can asure you it's working, is a modification made to the default /etc/rc.firewall :
[Ss][Mm][Pp][Ll][Ee])
############
# This is a prototype setup for a...
6,468
Posted By eNTer
FreeBSD firewall has a default rule numbered...
FreeBSD firewall has a default rule numbered 65535, which is "allow all from any to any" or "deny all from any to any" depending on a kernel option [IPFIREWALL_DEFAULT_TO_ACCEPT], when this option is...
8,332
Posted By eNTer
my prompt is set as follows: set prompt =...
my prompt is set as follows: set prompt = '[%B%n@%m%b] %B%~%b%# ' It works in tcsh. %B means /bold/, %b means /end of bold/
8,332
Posted By eNTer
I'm using 95% of the time FreeBSD and OpenBSD,...
I'm using 95% of the time FreeBSD and OpenBSD, and I said this because Linux uses bash, and AFAIK csh is linked to bash, and in the same time csh on FreeBSD is tcsh.
8,332
Posted By eNTer
I'm not sure, but i think that csh is the same as...
I'm not sure, but i think that csh is the same as tcsh in freebsd, in such case, try man tcsh, you'll find some useful information regarding this problem there. If you're running linux, csh is a...
7,321
Posted By eNTer
Re: OpenBSD as router?
Your new computer is the one directly connected to the internet?

Read the man page for nat.conf and /etc/nat.conf, it's almost self explaining.
11,252
Posted By eNTer
This might be your problem, check the space on...
This might be your problem, check the space on your disk(s)
Forum: IP Networking 05-19-2002
2,557
Posted By eNTer
Re: System free bsd install wrong....
boot in single mode [stop booting process when it says "booting in 9,8.. seconds" and then write at the console boot -s] then re-run /stand/sysinstall and change security option
6,265
Posted By eNTer
Use the "dmesg" command [enter] ~> dmesg ...
Use the "dmesg" command

[enter] ~> dmesg
Copyright (c) 1992-2002 The FreeBSD Project.
Copyright (c) 1979, 1980, 1983, 1986, 1988, 1989, 1991, 1992, 1993, 1994
The Regents of the...
1,862
Posted By eNTer
There is another way to start the X Server: ...
There is another way to start the X Server:

file:/etc/ttys:
ttyv7 "/usr/libexec/getty Pc" cons25 on secure
#ttyv8 "/usr/X11R6/bin/gdm -nodaemon" xterm off secure
ttyv8 ...
2,232
Posted By eNTer
Try to update your kernel source and recompile....
Try to update your kernel source and recompile. The fastest solution is to install the cvsupit port, and then update your source tree.
Forum: Cybersecurity 04-18-2002
19,754
Posted By eNTer
Yes, that's true, but a firewall can drop a...
Yes, that's true, but a firewall can drop a packet, while a closed port usually returns "icmp port unreachable", and is harder to fingerprint the OS on the machine
Forum: Cybersecurity 04-14-2002
19,754
Posted By eNTer
You must create a firewall configuration file....
You must create a firewall configuration file. Check the one which FBSD already uses as sample, /etc/rc.firewall, adjust it to your needs, and enable the firewall at boot time [add two lines:...
Forum: IP Networking 04-14-2002
5,657
Posted By eNTer
Network diagnostic starts from lower layers to...
Network diagnostic starts from lower layers to upper layers.
1. Ckeck connectivity ?
2. Check data link layer [[I]C:\arp -a on win32 or # arp -a -n on .nix/linux]
3. Check network layer [ping...
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