[PC-BSD Dev] latest 9.1

Kris Moore kris at pcbsd.org
Thu Jul 25 08:57:08 PDT 2013


On 07/25/2013 11:53, Fabrizio Parrella wrote:
> Thank you.  Will use dolphin for now.
>
> Also the network bge0 card stop working again with the latest (was
> working with the previous version).  Adding the "inet" before the
> configuration doesn't solve the problem (card is recognized but there
> is no traffic and always times-out, can't even ping the gateway).  Not
> as big of a problem for us as we add a different card, but it might be
> a huge issue for others.
>
>
> Fabry
>

If you are on 9.1-RELEASE this is still the same FreeBSD code from the
previous 9.1-RELEASE. If you want give the 9-STABLE ISO a shot, it has
the newer code which will become 9.2-RELEASE here soon. Maybe the bge
bug is fixed there.

>
> On 07/25/2013 11:22, Kris Moore wrote:
>> On 07/25/2013 11:03, Fabrizio Parrella wrote:
>>> Hello, I have been starting to deploy the latest 9.1 today and I must
>>> say GREAT JOB.. faster all the way around.
>>>
>>> I have a question and two bug reports (I use LXDE):
>>>   - When I click on certain programs (like "printers"), it asks me the
>>> user password and not the administrator password, naturally if the
>>> user is not set it gives me an error.  Can we maybe just show the
>>> error before even asking the password ?
>> I think this can be done, I'll add that :)
>>
>>>   - the "printers" shortcut doesn't work, I have to use chrome and go
>>> directly to the webinterface for CUPS to be able to configure the
>>> printer
>> Yea, the system-config-printer app is crashing right now, still looking
>> into it.
>>
>>>   - trying to access smb:// always returns "operation not permitted"
>>> (if this is not solved soon I might have to downgrade to the old 9.1
>>> as this is kind of crucial for my company.. soon as in tomorrow)
>>>
>> Are you using the PCManFM filemanager from LXDE? I know LXDE is going
>> through a lot of transition right now, moving to QT and such, so I'm not
>> sure how long before that gets sorted out.
>>
>> What I've been doing is using LXDE, but also having KDE installed and
>> using their "dolphin" file-manager. It does all the smb://, fish:// and
>> other protocols just fine, and works well from within LXDE also.
>>
>>> Thank you and again, great Job with the new release
>>> _______________________________________________
>>> Dev mailing list
>>> Dev at lists.pcbsd.org
>>> http://lists.pcbsd.org/mailman/listinfo/dev
>>
>
> _______________________________________________
> Dev mailing list
> Dev at lists.pcbsd.org
> http://lists.pcbsd.org/mailman/listinfo/dev


-- 
Kris Moore
PC-BSD Software
iXsystems



More information about the Dev mailing list