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Old 03-30-2004, 08:00 AM   #1
hiplainsdrifter
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Questions from my Startup log


Suse 9.0 user - doing most configuring through Yast2 or Webmin. Navtive Linux Box

System is working but I keep seeing these messages during start up that I would like to clean up.

// <='s are my comments below

1>
Run file system check on root for LVM activation
fsck 1.34 (25-Jul-2003)

******************************************************
* Warning: The dma on your hard drive is turned off. *
* This may really slow down the fsck process. *
***************************************************

//My bios says DMA is on???


2>
Starting slurpddone

No replicas in slapd.conf file "/etc/openldap/slapd.conf"!

Error: : directory specified in "replogfile" slapd.conf directive does not exist

Starting Firewall Initialization (phase 2 of 3) Warning: detected
activated squid, enabling FW_SERVICE_SQUID!

You still have to allow tcp port 3128 on internal, dmz and/or external.
Warning: detected activated samba, enabling FW_SERVICE_SMB!

You still have to allow tcp port 139 on internal, dmz and/or external.
Warning: FW_SERVICE_SQUID defined, but no Squid server found running!
done

//I believe this is all one message. I mostly concerned about the Port issues - namely where should I go to open them. And in runlevel and
inetd Squid appears to be initiated and ON/enabled.
 
Old 03-30-2004, 11:17 AM   #2
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In Yast you can manually set the DMA modes for your drives. Go to YAST->Hardware->IDE DMA Mode. Check that your drive is listed and that DMA is not turned off. You can set it per your hardware specs.
 
  


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