[PC-BSD Testing] [Re: Testing Digest, Vol 5, Issue 2] Message 4, strange IP
flibbum at flibbum.com
Fri May 4 11:00:25 PDT 2007
I got the same thing in my DNS field, I also remember seeing something
about borgcube.comcast.something or other.
Also, the network manager doesn't work at all in this snapshot,
ethernetconfig is missing.(/PCBSD/networkmanager/bin/ethernetconfig
'nve0' not found.)
I chose to use DHCP during install, and had to start dhclient manually
after fixing the DNS address and stuff. I don't know if it wasn't
restarted after changes were made or was never started at all.
I also had a period after my chosen hostname for some reason, which
has happened in every version of PCBSD I've used; but I've been using
the KDE networking utility on all of them as well.
The rest of the install seemed to go fine apart from the above
Quoting Tim McCormick <tim at pcbsd.org>:
> I happen to know Kris uses Comcast as his ISP, or at least he used
> to. It's possible that he left a relic in the code from his testing,
> and that's why what is probably one of the DNS servers he uses, is
> showing up on your system!
> I'll take a look at the code when I get a chance :)
> Thanks Richard,
> On Fri, 04 May 2007 08:36:28 +0930, Richard Ashton
> <richard.a at internode.on.net> wrote:
>> Charles' mystery IP is indeed a mystery.
>> A whois shows this...
>>> Whois: Final results obtained from whois.arin.net.
>>> Comcast Cable Communications, Inc. JUMPSTART-2 (NET-68-80-0-0-1)
>>> 22.214.171.124 - 126.96.36.199
>>> Comcast Cable Communications, Inc. COMCAST-18 (NET-68-87-64-0-1)
>>> 188.8.131.52 - 184.108.40.206
>>> # ARIN WHOIS database, last updated 2007-05-02 19:10
>>> # Enter ? for additional hints on searching ARIN's WHOIS database.
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>> Subject: Testing Digest, Vol 5, Issue 2
>> Date: Thu, 03 May 2007 12:00:01 -0700
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>> 4. Re: Problems of the snapshot version (Charles A. Landemaine)
>> Message: 4
>> Date: Thu, 03 May 2007 14:46:11 -0300
>> From: "Charles A. Landemaine" <charles at pcbsd.org>
>> Subject: Re: [PC-BSD Testing] Problems of the snapshot version
>> To: "testing at lists.pcbsd.org" <testing at lists.pcbsd.org>
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>> On Thu, 03 May 2007 12:48:07 -0300, Tim McCormick <tim at pcbsd.org> wrote:
>>> What isn't professional about it? I think this issue's a bit subjective.
>>> I personally like the colouration of the box. Try not to confuse a 'bug'
>>> with a 'personal preference'.
>> No, I think the coloration of the box is pretty neat, but what I find
>> unprofessional is the fact that whatever you do, you'll get this error
>> message. It should wait for the user to finish typing (when the password
>> verification box loses focus) to check if passwords match, and not while
>> you're typing, or else, no matter fast you can type, you get this rather
>> unfriendly warning.
>>> What do you mean by 'shared directory'? Do you mean, using Konqueror to
>>> open a file found on another machine's samba share?
>> Yes, exactly.
>>> Are you using DHCP per chance? That's the only place I can think of for
>>> this mystery server to be coming from. What's the IP?
>> No, I never use DHCP, only static private IPs and the DNS of my ISP.
>> The first DNS listed is: 220.127.116.11 (I have no idea where it comes
>>>> 19) PC-BSD doesn't shut down (ACPI issue) while Linux shuts down my
>>>> computer properly
>>> I've responded to this elsewhere, in a couple of places.
>> Yes, but what I don't understand is why Linux shuts down the computer
>> properly but not PC-BSD (both are open-source software).
>> Charles A. Landemaine.
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