[PC-BSD Testing] [Re: Testing Digest, Vol 5, Issue 2] Message 4, strange IP
kris at pcbsd.com
Fri May 4 13:39:37 PDT 2007
Thanks for the heads up on this! I've hopefully fixed the ethernetconfig
issue, it was failing to compile properly. I've also changed the
hostname to "pcbsd", and removed the resolv.conf file, so hopefully you
wont see problems with DNS :)
Matt Meyer wrote:
> 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
> networking issues.
> 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)
>>>> 184.108.40.206 - 220.127.116.11
>>>> Comcast Cable Communications, Inc. COMCAST-18 (NET-68-87-64-0-1)
>>>> 18.104.22.168 - 22.214.171.124
>>>> # ARIN WHOIS database, last updated 2007-05-02 19:10
>>>> # Enter ? for additional hints on searching ARIN's WHOIS database.
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>>> 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: 126.96.36.199 (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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