[PC-BSD Testing] Testing Digest, Vol 4, Issue 8

Kris Moore kris at pcbsd.com
Tue May 1 09:38:43 PDT 2007



Guys,

Thanks for doing all the testing on these ISOs! I Just wanted to drop 
everybody a line to give a heads up. We're going to be throwing in Xorg 
7.2 any day now, once it is "officially" released to the ports 
collection, so don't freak out if we have some really funky builds for a 
few days while I work out the kinks :)

I'll be going through all the e-mails / bugs reported once the xorg 
update goes in, since I'm wrapping up work on some GUI stuff, and I 
don't want to fix a lot of the same things twice.



Justin Chapman wrote:
> Tried installing friday's build on a test machine that has only a 8GB 
> HD.  The installer gets to 99% and then fails, saying that the HD is 
> full. I made only one partition and a 700 MB swap partition. Previously, 
> PCBSD had plenty of room to install. I don't think that the HD was 
> actually full, but I didn't have time to check as i was doing this late 
> lastnight and needed to go to sleep because of work this morning. I was 
> wondering if anyone else might have had these problems when using a 
> smaller HD. 
> 
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>       1. HAL- Denyhosts - CUPS 4-28 ISO (Dragon Flyer)
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>     Subject: [PC-BSD Testing] HAL- Denyhosts - CUPS 4-28 ISO
> 
>     Fresh, new install on a HD that has 166GB 1.3, 19GB 1.4 (this
>     install), 19GB FAT32 and a 19GB ext2.
> 
>     Storage media only sees the 166GB, itself of 19GB and the floppy.
>     Trying to mount of clicking on the 166GB gives the following error.
> 
>     'hal-storage-fixed-mount refused uid 1001'
> 
>     and  never proceeds any farther.
> 
>     In PC-BSD Services denyhosts and CUPS show a STATUS of 'unknown' and
>     ENABLED AT STARTUP as 'unknown'
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>     When attempting to setup a samba printer, that option is grayed out.
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