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Re: OpenBSD beep



Johan wrote:

Have you checked your PC clock battery?? It could be running low.

Johan

On 12/17/05, *dimaz* <dimaz_(_at_)_sertolovo_(_dot_)_ru <mailto:dimaz_(_at_)_sertolovo_(_dot_)_ru>> wrote:

    Brian A. Seklecki wrote:

    >PC speaker beep (something action on the console?)
    >
    >Or possibly hardware alarm?
    >
    >~BAS
    >
    >On Sat, 2005-12-17 at 09:12, dimaz wrote:
    >
    >
    >>I've installed OpenBSD on my small server, before on server was
    linux,
    >>and 2-3 times a day my server beeps (3 times)...
    >>What does it mean? And how I can control this beeps?
    >>
    >>
    >
    >
    >
    Nothing on console, nothing on /var/log/messages; /var/log/secure;
    I don't think that it's hardware alarm, my hardware seems to be ok :)
    last messages in dmesg:

        arp info overwritten for 192.168.3.79 <http://192.168.3.79> by
    00:80:48:b7:97:79 on vr0
        arp info overwritten for 192.168.3.79 <http://192.168.3.79> by
    00:11:95:d1:79:0a on vr0
        arp info overwritten for 192.168.3.79 <http://192.168.3.79> by
    00:80:48:b7:97:79 on vr0
        arp info overwritten for 192.168.3.79 <http://192.168.3.79> by
    00:11:95:d1:79:0a on vr0

    Dbt I don't think that it can cause pc speaker beeps :)


Oh, may be, may be... My clock battery is old...