Thanks for the reply.
The version of JDK differ the version I'm having issues with is 1.3.1_01
and the ones the code is running successfully is 1.3.0_02, however the
graphs were being produced before.
The following is the Weblogic log which I'd appreciate if you can look at
and tell what could be the issue in your view:
at java.lang.Class.forName0(Native Method)
at com.rivenet.graphingaction.Graphit.runGraph2D(Unknown Source)
I've done some reading and feel that awt uses X-windows and I think that
might be broken.
I'd appreciate your comments and suggestions.
>From: "Keller, Tim" <Tim.Keller(a)stratus.com>
>To: "'wlug(a)mail.wlug.org'" <wlug(a)mail.wlug.org>
>Subject: RE: [Wlug] Newbie to mailing list- Issue with the generation of
>graphs in redhat 6.2
>Date: Tue, 29 Oct 2002 14:45:42 -0500
>I'll ask an obvious question... You've verified that both machines running
>the same version of the java run time environment?
>Also, does the entire applet fail or does it just fail to display the
>If so, you might have to insert some code to catch exceptions... Possibly
>some library has gotten mangled...
>Hope that helps,
>From: Sudhaker P [mailto:email@example.com]
>Sent: Tuesday, October 29, 2002 14:35 PM
>Subject: [Wlug] Newbie to mailing list- Issue with the generation of
>graphs in redhat 6.2
>I've a program that generates graphs with Java 1.3.1_01. The same program
>able to generate graphs on a machine with RH 6.2 kernel 2.4.16 but it fails
>to generate graphs on a machine with RH 6.2 kernel 2.4.7-10 on which it
>to generate before. I've installed KDE and gd thinking that something may
>broken in the OS on the jpegs generation part. But that doesn't seem to
>I'd appreciate if any of you gurus can guide me in this issue with your
>comments and suggestions.
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I found that http://www.practicallynetworked.com/ as a good site with review
on DSL/Cable routers and home wireless equipment.
www.homepna.org was another good site for home networks.
But if you were looking at basic information such as installing NIC card and
Ethernet Basics. Microsoft Press has a Network book; Cisco Press has a
Network book. Both book are the basis for each's Cert Exam Curriculum.
From: Pierce Barnard [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Sunday, October 27, 2002 8:46 AM
Subject: [Wlug] Looking for networking information
Hi, I recently acquired another pc and I want to incorporate it into my
home network. Does anyone know of a website that has information on how to
install and operate a windows based pc on a network? And I am looking for
more information on networking in general.
Please help me get this straight. I am confused. I
have a dnscache running at home on a DMZ network. I
would like to know if I can have friends on other
networks (in the Internet) to use my server as their
I have a firewall in place but, I'm directing all the
udp traffic to port 53 to my dns-server; also my
dnscache server is accepting connections from those
Can I do this or do I need to register ($$$$$) a the
Thanks in advance for your help....
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I spent four hours on Google last night about this problem. Saw
reports of the same messages, but not the same situation.
SUMMARY: 3 separate servers upgraded from RH7.0 to RH7.3 - all can
send/receive mail locally and to/from the outside world EXCEPT
for/from each other - which was not a problem under RH7.0. Do not
believe there are errors in config files, particularly
/etc/mail/local-host-names, and I have read the part of the sendmail
FAQ about "mail loops back to me" and it DOES NOT APPLY in this case.
I've been through what sendmail documentation I can understand - can
someone tell me what has changed somewhere prior to or at 8.11.6
which shipped with RH7.3 that might cause this?
I have another identically hacked RH7.0 server which I hope to
rebuild/upgrade tonight - it will be interesting to see if all FOUR
servers have the same problem.
I'm losing mail which is supposed to be forwarded between these servers.
I seem to have done something very bad (SVB) to rpm. And, it seems to
be painfully reproducible (I did it to two machines).
1. Do some rpm command (I was using "rpm -e", I think).
2. Ctrl-C out. You won't get the shell prompt back.
Now, that user account can no longer do any rpm commands from any
session -- it always hangs. You can kill -9 the existing rpm
processes, but nothing I've tried helps until reboot.
1. I wanted to upgrade a couple of packages: perl-GD and perl-Chart.
I don't know where I got the old packages :-( , but I made some
new ones of my own.
2. Instead of doing "rpm -F", I forgot that the perl modules were
installed from an rpm in an older perl library area, and I deleted
the module files (rm). (oops) (Is this clear?)
3. When attempting to install the new rpm's, I got error messages, so
I tried "rpm -e" on the old package. That failed due to
dependencies, so I added "--nodep" to the command. This was
taking a long time (hung?), so I ctrl-c'ed out. Now all rpm
commands (from the root account) hung.
4. I rebooted this morning. The rpm commands were working ok (at
least "rpm -qa" worked), so I tried "rpm -F <packageFileName>" (as
root), and it's hung.
5. From another window (also as root), "rpm -qa" hangs again.
6. From a different account, "rpm -qa" works fine.
1. How do I fix things and get my new packages in?
2. Is the database corrupted?
3. If the database is corrupted, how do I fix it?
Hi gang, any ideas why my microphone wouldn't be working in linux. It's
set as the recording device, but isn't recording.
My sound card uses the maestro3 module (ES1988 Allegro-1 card). I'm
doing a search, but was wondering if any of you have had this problem.
After the neglegible turnout of "customers" for
our most recent installfest there was some
discussion aa to whether the day of the installfest
is past and we should look for other ways to serve
In this context I found this morning's (Oct 31) T&G
had an interesting article which may provice a template
for what we might now do. In a nutshell they described
(pages A1 and A11) the Atlantic Paranormsl Society who
for the past 12 years send out teams to help people who
are having trouble with "domestic disturbances like
eerie noises and signs of spirit possession". Their
gets 6000 hits a day from around the world" (they do not
say whether setag lib is among them). They do not
charge for their "work" and say "the rich and poor
both need help" and say "Also how can you charge
for something that cannot be proved to exist"
(which does not seem to stop Micro$oft!).
They have about 25 regular members, consult with
a network of similar groups and gather at an
eatery (Starbucks, not the Boynton).
I suggest that, if you can find today's T&G you read
the article since I cannot do justice to it here. For
example, I learned about the taxonomy:
Intelligent spirits (they talk)
Residuals (leftover energies condemned to repeat
one small action from their lives)
Poltergeists ("usually the spirits of young girls
which make a racket and and can wreak
havoc on property values")
Apparently the human variety are the more "benign" while
the others "can be viscious and deceitful", says
"Never believe anything you hear from an inhuman haunting".
Apparently other groups often get in over their heads and
haveto call in his crew to "clean things up".
(This is getting long; check out the T&G if you do not
wish to miss the full picture.)
Now I realixe some of this may sound scary but we would
have the advantage that we could send Keith in first to
scare the spirits! :-)
So, instead of instalfests we could adapt to the times
and move into deinstallfests!
Redhat has RPMS for apache, php, and ssl that all play nice together. Use
those unless you have some weird requirement where you absolutly need to
build your own.
BUT, make sure to download the updated SSL libraries from RedHat! The
ones on the CD have a remote exploit in them that you will want to close.
If you do NEED to compile your own apache, ssl, etc ... then there is this
nifty project called "The apache toolbox" http://www.apachetoolbox.com/
which makes the process much much easier. Since it can be difficult
getting all those to work right, I'd suggest trying that. I'd un-install
all of the current apache stuff you have before doing that.
This does not appear to be just a problem with server (A). I cannot send
mail between any of my three RH7.3 mail servers, but all will send mail
locally, and all will send to / receive from the outside world.
I am using a RH7.3 /etc/mail/sendmail.mc except for commenting out the
DAEMON-OPTIONS line to allow outside mail, and turning off
Is there some change to the sendmail in RH7.3 of which I am unaware that
could cause this?
I would appreciate any suggestions of where to even look to solve this
As some of you may recall from a mid-week email, two of my RH7.0 servers
were badly hacked Tuesday about 5AM, and I lost ssh and think I received a
Friday the hacking got worse - all outgoing mail was rejected as "relaying
I decided to bite the bullet and format the drive and build a new server.
This was made more interesting by the fact the RH7.3 wouldn't finish
loading packages until I disconnected my second HD which previously held
/var, and my web sites (tried 3-4 times) .. "Kernel unable to reread
partition table on /tmp/hdc (device or resource busy)", then hung
Late Saturday afternoon I pulled the plug, and started a RH7.3 install.
Midmorning I was done, including security patches and had no internet
connection .. couldn't even ping from the server. Fortunately, it was just
my ISP picking this time to be down for the first time in months.
Now I have one remaining problem which over 8 hours of work has clarified,
but not solved.
For background, I have the just rebuilt RH7.3 server (A), and two other
recently built RH7.3 servers (B) and (C) at a different location and each
with its own static IP#, all running sendmail for one or several domains
From A - incoming mail seems to be fine
From A - I can send mail locally to several domain names that are on the A
From A - I can send email (such as this) out into the world
Through A - I have several email addresses which are accessed by others
from outside and send mail to another
outside address in virtusertable or to an alias which is a list of
outside addresses, and these are working
From A - I cannot send mail to any of the domains at B or C
When I try, I get this on the A sendmail log:
Oct 27 19:02:56 bach sendmail: g9S02uO03693:
from=<dick(a)goodman1.net>, size=316, class=0, nrcp
ts=1, msgid=<p04310101b9e23f71eb3e(a)[192.168.1.9]>, proto=ESMTP, daemon=MTA,
Oct 27 19:03:02 bach sendmail: g9S02uO03693: SYSERR(root):
11harvard.com. config error: mail l
oops back to me (MX problem?)
Oct 27 19:03:02 bach sendmail: g9S02uO03693:
an1.net> (503/503), delay=00:00:06, xdelay=00:00:06, mailer=esmtp,
pri=30316, relay=11harvard.com. [
126.96.36.199], dsn=5.3.5, stat=Local configuration error
Oct 27 19:03:02 bach sendmail: g9S02uO03693: g9S032O03695: DSN: Local
Oct 27 19:03:02 bach sendmail: g9S032O03695: to=<dick(a)goodman1.net>,
:00:00, mailer=local, pri=60416, dsn=2.0.0, stat=Sent
Oct 27 19:03:02 bach sendmail: g9S032O03695: to=root, delay=00:00:00,
local, pri=60416, dsn=2.0.0, stat=Sent
and this on the B or C sendmail log:
Oct 27 19:03:47 boron sendmail: NOQUEUE: goodman1.net [188.8.131.52]
did not issue MAIL/EXPN/
VRFY/ETRN during connection to MTA
The part about an MX loop seems similar to what I used to get when I first
started using sendmail and would forget to configure
/etc/mail/local-host-names, but this file, and access and virtusertable on
(A) were backed up before the format and restored - and a make done to
regenerate the db files.
Here's a sample of the bounce message I get, just to be complete:
From MAILER-DAEMON(a)localhost.localdomain Sun Oct 27 19:03:02 2002
Received: from localhost (localhost)
by localhost.localdomain (8.11.6/8.11.6) id g9S032O03695;
Sun, 27 Oct 2002 19:03:02 -0500
Date: Sun, 27 Oct 2002 19:03:02 -0500
From: Mail Delivery Subsystem <MAILER-DAEMON(a)localhost.localdomain>
Content-Type: multipart/report; report-type=delivery-status;
Subject: Returned mail: see transcript for details
Auto-Submitted: auto-generated (failure)
This is a MIME-encapsulated message
The original message was received at Sun, 27 Oct 2002 19:02:56 -0500
from host9.goodman1.net [192.168.1.9]
----- The following addresses had permanent fatal errors -----
(reason: 553 5.3.5 system config error)
----- Transcript of session follows -----
553 5.3.5 11harvard.com. config error: mail loops back to me (MX problem?)
554 5.3.5 Local configuration error
Reporting-MTA: dns; localhost.localdomain
Received-From-MTA: DNS; host9.goodman1.net
Arrival-Date: Sun, 27 Oct 2002 19:02:56 -0500
Final-Recipient: RFC822; r.goodman(a)11harvard.com
Diagnostic-Code: SMTP; 553 5.3.5 system config error
Last-Attempt-Date: Sun, 27 Oct 2002 19:03:02 -0500
Received: from [192.168.1.9] (host9.goodman1.net [192.168.1.9])
by localhost.localdomain (8.11.6/8.11.6) with ESMTP id g9S02uO03693
for <r.goodman(a)11harvard.com>; Sun, 27 Oct 2002 19:02:56 -0500
Date: Sun, 27 Oct 2002 20:13:10 -0500
From: Richard Goodman <dick(a)goodman1.net>
Subject: Test #3
Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii" ; format="flowed"
Does anyone have any ideas, or requests for more information? I'm not doing
too well after about 24 hours [now 3 days], and I'd really like to solve